Eastman House is building heft into its latest bedding collection designed and built to offer superior durability and support for changing lifestyles and body types. Making its debut at the winter Las Vegas Market, the Lifetime Collection of hybrid mattresses are crafted with dense foam, latex and heavy-wire coils all combined to offer longevity and a better night’s sleep.
Available in four styles, the Lifetime Collection sports an array of ultra-premium components selected for stability and strength. At the core of the collection is a 368-coil-count, 12.5-gauge triple-offset innerspring unit, one of the strongest in the industry. The innerspring unit supports layers of up to four inches of Talalay Latex and high-density foams up to 2.4 pounds.
“Designed with two purposes—the big and tall consumer and the many people who have experienced problems with body impressions in previous mattresses,” said Stuart Carlitz, CEO of Eclipse International and Eastman House. “The mattress in many homes is a family gathering place where you watch television or read to children. Some baby boomers are doing morning workouts in bed to limber their bodies before the start of the day. Lifetime Collection mattresses are built to last.”
Designed with edge-to-edge support and premium cushioning to deliver unlimited support, beds in the Lifetime Collection are priced to retail from $1,299 to $2,499 in queen. For additional support, Eastman House has designed a heavy-duty foundation to complement the mattresses in the Lifetime Collection.