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Outlast's partners to showcase full range of mattresses in Las Vegas
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Jan '08
50% of American Women will suffer symptoms of menopause by 2015. Sleep disturbances caused by hot flashes and night sweats are a reality for those passing through menopause. Outlast Technologies can help mitigate this problem for millions of women.

Outlast's partners, including Dormia, Restonic and Sealy, will be showcasing a full range of mattresses and top-of-bed products with Outlast temperature regulation technology during the Winter 2008 Las Vegas Market, January 28 – February 1, 2008, in Las Vegas, NV.

DORMIA (Building B, Space no. 970) Dormia has recently introduced several new Cool Top mattresses featuring high performance fabrics designed to dissipate heat.

The new Quiet Sleep line with Cool Top Outlast technology offers a cooler, more comfortable outer layer to enhance deep, restorative sleep. The Outlast fabric does not change the look or feel of the mattress but instead increases comfort.

RESTONIC (Building B, Space no. 926) Restonic's HealthRest Memory Foam Collection is a high-density material that reacts to the body's temperature and conforms to everyone's unique physical shape with fluid-like response.

Restonic's exclusive ThermoCool memory foam with Outlast technology is designed with an open-cell construction for the BEST heat dissipation compared to conventional memory foam.

SEALY (Building B, Space 800) Sealy Posturepedic's TrueForm memory foam mattress now features PostureCore, which provides up to 35% more pressure relief than the leading competitor of memory foam.

TrueForm gently cradles you in individualized comfort and support, providing superior pressure relief. With the addition of Outlast technology, the TrueForm balances body temperature for a more restful nights' sleep.

Outlast Technologies Inc

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