Vi-Spring Introduces the Emerald Adjustable Bed

Vi SpringVi-Spring will release the new Emerald adjustable bed at the Summer Las Vegas Market. The Emerald is an electronically controlled adjustable bed frame with a pocketed coil base.

The Emerald adds to Vi-Spring’s signature comfort with modern technology. Whether you want to lay flat, sit-up, or simply lift your legs, the remote controlled Emerald system can be adjusted to any position, while maintaining the correct tension, offering the optimum level of support and comfort. Once you have found the perfect position, this can be stored in the bed’s remote control memory to ensure a quick and easy way to relax.

Discretely housed within the pocket sprung divan base is a quiet but powerful twin-motor. The surrounding divan can be matched with a variety of Vi-Spring head- boards and upholstered in a choice of many luxury fabrics to create a unique bed to complement any bedroom.

Each and every Vi-Spring mattress is hand-crafted in its Plymouth, England workshop by expert craftsmen, using only the finest natural materials including Platinum Certified pure British and Shetland Isle fleece wool, Turkish cotton, long stand Austrian horsetail and sometimes even silk, cashmere and mohair.

These luxury fibers are naturally hypoallergenic and work to wick moisture away from the body during sleep, before releasing it into the air to maintain a clean and fresh sleeping environment. Unlike synthetic materials, they also help to regulate the body’s temperature for an undisturbed night’s sleep.

Vi-Spring’s North American Director, Terence Bachor, says: “With more than a century of bed-making expertise and experience, Vi-Spring believes that selecting the right bed can be a truly life changing experience. The Emerald will not only guarantee perfect sleep for bed ridden clients, but also provides comfortable and supportive position options for an array of other pastimes; reading, watching television, or even the luxury of breakfast in bed.”

Visit www.vispring.com.

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