Eat, Sleep, Repeat: here are the mattress startups you need to know about

2020/06/12
Improving your sleep life is a big deal and there is no better time to start thinking about it than the National Sleep Month held throughout the month.
The National Sleep Month, initiated by the British Sleep Council, focuses on the impact of good sleep on health and well-being.
According to the sleep committee study, 27 people in the UK often have poor sleep quality, while 70 now sleep 7 hours or less per night.
However, there is a technical solution if there is a problem.
Around the world, there are startups that are trying to be part of your nightly routine.
This is no wonder;
The global mattress industry is expected to grow to $37 billion by 2020.
Here is the mattress company\'s commitment to improve and improve your sleep, which you need to know about during sleep months across the country.
If you spend a lot of time listening to podcasts, you may have heard Casper ads at least once in your life.
Launched in 2014, the startup has the vision of selling the perfect mattress directly to consumers.
In the second year, it had earned $100 million and expanded its income to pillows and sheets.
The Casper mattress is designed to be functional.
It has a layer of elastic comfort that supports memory foam and comes with 10-year warranty.
It also claims to promote \"ideal anatomical support\" in the necessary 40 blinks \". The best part?
You can also buy a Casper dog bed for your dog.
The price of a super king starts at 350, up to 700.
The company, which was listed in the UK in 2015, has since expanded to 10 European countries and was valued at £ 0. 14 billion when it was listed on the London Stock Exchange last year.
Eve says it wants to turn a sleepy category into a truly ideal one with mattresses, pillows, sheets and memory foam mattress uppers --
The latter is a great choice if you don\'t want to fork out the entire mattress.
It is also worth noting that all of Eve\'s products are made in the UK.
The price of the mattress toppers is double from 179 and the mattress is double from 599.
As part of the consumer survey of product innovation, Simba\'s hybrid mattress recently won the 2018 product, so you know it\'s good.
They started their home thread business as early as 1979, and after 23 years of supplying threads to mattresses, the company began diversified design and supply of mattresses in 2002.
Since then, it has been dedicated to creating the ultimate hightech mattress.
It has different foam combinations, springs from one of the world\'s leading spring manufacturers, and has acu-
Synthetic latex that does not produce heat.
The price starts at £ 379 for an emperor\'s mattress, up to £ 899.
Hyde sleep is a new mattress startup supported by sleep company Dreams.
It has two main mattress products: a pocket spring hybrid that combines memory foam with up to 2,000 mini springs, and its next-
Memory foam that promises \"superior comfort level.
In addition to the mattress, Hyde sleep uses the technology developed by NASA to serve smart pillows.
The technology uses phase change materials that absorb, store and release heat for optimal thermal comfort.
It will keep the pillow longer at the desired temperature, leaving you in the cold of the pillow all night.
The price of the pocket spring Hybrid starts at 399 and the next one is 299Memory foam.
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