Naturepedic garnered a lot of attention during the Winter 2013 Las Vegas market where it unveiled The Conductor, its first organic adjustable bed base. Barry Cik, Naturepedic’s technical director, explains that this new bed base replaces the typical foam, flame retardants and synthetic fabrics found in other bases with all-organic latex, wool batting and upholstery fabric. “Our new, specially designed adjustable bed base offers consumers a cleaner, healthier and more natural sleep environment,” says Cik. “It’s powered by a Reverie 7 S base mechanism, which is finished with organic components and is designed to be paired with our organic luxury Adagio, Essentials and Quartet mattresses.”
All of the components in Naturepedic’s mattresses meet strict certification requirements. The latex rubber foam is sourced from certified organic rubber latex suppliers and the finished latex foam is certified to the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS). The organic wool batting, which wicks away moisture and provides natural fire protection, offers temperature regulation (keeps the sleeper warmer in winter and cooler in summer), is GOTS-certified and is processed without the use of harmful chemicals. In addition, all organic latex, wool and cotton components are upholstered by Naturepedic at its GOTS-certified organic eco-factory. The company also meets the testing and disclosure requirements of the SSA Environmental & Safety Program, Level III, providing “Truth in ’Green’ Marketing” and a Consumer Disclosure.
But Naturepedic’s strict adherence to quality control and consumer safety doesn’t cover only its organic materials. “Our non-organic components are also certified according to the most stringent GREENGUARD® ‘Select’ Certification Standards,” says Naturepedic’s president, Jeff Cik. “This means they are tested for chemical emissions by independent third-party laboratories. As a result, consumers can buy with confidence, knowing that Naturepedic’s products go above and beyond to provide them a safer and healthier sleeping environment.”
Cik points out that the Naturepedic adjustable bed offers consumers a superior comfort and performance level, as well as state-of-the-art adjustable features including an ergonomic wireless backlit remote, two personal (his and hers) programmable positions and 3 pre-programmed massage wave modes. In addition, this sleep-system has an optional blue-tooth module, which allows the base to be controlled by iPhone, iPad and Droid apps.
The adjustable beds are available in Twin XL, Queen and Split King sizes with a manufacturer suggested retail price of $2,599 for a Queen. Each model features mattress covers of heavy-weight, durable organic cotton in natural color or brown as an alternative to synthetic fibers.
Naturepedic’s organic adjustable base comes with a 20-year Limited Warranty provided by Reverie.