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Introduction of Outlast temperature regulation technology at NY Home Fashions
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Jul '08
Outlast Technologies, the pioneer in phase-change technology, announces its temperature-regulating material will – for the first time - be available in sheet sets. The new product line, from Design Weave Inc, also includes comforters and blankets and will be introduced at New York Home Furnishings Market Week September 15-19, 2008.

The new products with Outlast temperature regulation technology include 300 through 400 thread count damask stripe and sateen sheet sets, down comforters, down alternative comforters, and blankets. The sheet sets will be available at the Bronze and Silver Outlast comfort levels, while the comforters and blankets will be available in Bronze, Silver and Gold.

Outlast's tier-based comfort rating system is based on the amount of heat storage capacity in a product. Bronze level products help provide normal sleepers with a more comfortable night's sleep while silver can help thermally incompatible couples in the same sleep environment. Gold level products are perfect for people who experience night sweats such as women exhibiting symptoms associated with menopause.

“We're excited to be able to offer these products through our new licensee Design Weave Inc,” said Guy Eckert, Executive Vice President of Business Development at Outlast. “These new developments complement our core bedding business and enable us to now offer retailers a complete Outlast sleep system.”

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