• Erin Berg

PangeaBed introduces copper-infused bed-in-a-box

NEW YORK — PangeaBed, a bed-in-a box manufacturer based in New Jersey, has introduced a copper-infused mattress at the Luxury Technology show last week in New York City.

Marketed as delivering cool and clean sleep for the health and fitness conscious consumer, company officials say the

Pangea fullPangeaBed is targeted to active, health-conscious and fitness-minded consumers.
PangeaBed’s also provides sanitary benefits that include anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and hypoallergenic in combination with heat dispersion properties inherent of copper.

The mattress is made of copper-infused Talalay latex with an open-cell structure that the company says makes it four times more breathable than typical polyurethane, memory foam or Dunlop process latex . It also includes a layer of phase change ge-infused memory foam for support and durability.

"A typical mattress can be full of dust mites, bacteria, dead skin and fungus, and when mixed with an average of 26 gallons of sweat each of us perspires in bed each year, many of us are literally sleeping on top of a breeding ground for fungus, bacteria and allergens," said Martin Regueiro, co-founder of PangeaBed. "So while many people think their mattress is only harming their back or neck, it is likely also causing your body to fight off allergens all night, which may rob you of healthy, restful sleep.

"At PangeaBed, we set out to create a mattress that delivers the most supportive, restful and healthful sleep experience of your life using only the highest quality materials, and today we are pleased to announce the availability of the PangeaBed mattress to everyone who is committed to a healthy and active lifestyle."

PangeaBed mattresses are available in six standard sizes from Twin at $645 retail to California King at $1,045 retail. Each mattress comes with a 10-year limited warranty and a 100-night sleep trial with free returns.

Erin BergErin Berg | Associate Editor

Erin Berg is an Associate Editor for Furniture/Today. After earning her B. A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California, Erin began her career in marketing where she served clients in a wide variety of industries from film and television entertainment to aviation. Erin lived in Italy and four different states before landing in North Carolina in 2009.

Erin can be reached at EBerg@furnituretoday.com or at 336-605-1040.


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