Casper adds second mattress, the Wave
August 16, 2017,
NEW YORK – Online mattress leader Casper, which popularized the “one size fits all” mattress model, has added a second mattress to its line, one retailing for almost $1,000 more than its original model.
The new Casper Wave, which the company says ushers in “a new day in sleep” and is “the first mattress to thoughtfully complement your body’s natural geometry,” retails at $1,850 for a queen mattress, compared with $950 for the original Casper model, which is still being offered.
Casper's Wave mattress features a new contouring design, the company says.
The mattress features the company’s new Natural Geometry System, a patent-pending support system that actively mirrors the natural shape of the body at 36 specific points for deeper, more restorative sleep, officials said.
Casper said the reinforced polymer network complements the curves of the back and hips for firmer support where it is needed. It said the contouring under the shoulders relieves pressure and aids in proper spinal alignment for all sleeping positions.
The Casper Wave is an 11.5-inch high model that weighs 109 pounds in queen, compared with the 10-inch high original Casper mattress that weighs 71 pounds in queen, the company said.
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