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London Luxury's new products to feature Outlast Gold Level technology
Oct '08
London Luxury LLC, a leading manufacturer of innovative and premium home textile products, announced a licensing agreement with Outlast Technologies, the pioneer in phase-change materials and creator of the original temperature-regulating technology developed for NASA.

London Luxury's new bed and bath products will feature a proprietary antimicrobial finish and Outlast gold level temperature regulation technologies.

Outlast technology balances the microclimate by absorbing excess heat when it becomes too warm and releasing it back when it cools down.

London Luxury will be marketing its product line to baby-boomers, especially those experiencing symptoms typically associated with menopause, which include erratic and uncomfortable body temperature fluctuations that interrupt sleep.

The collection will include bath robes and slippers, mattress pads, comforters, pillows, toppers and woven blankets.

“Coupling Outlast technology with anti-microbial stain release functionality is a natural for this demographic as overheating and night-sweating has been known to promote the build up of odor-causing bacteria. This is the perfect addition to London Luxury's line of innovative home textile products,” said Guy Eckert, executive vice president of business development at Outlast Technologies.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Outlast and their extraordinary technologies to develop an incredibly innovative collection of bedding products that will help sleepers stay cool or warm depending on their individual body temperatures,” said Marc Jason, CEO of London Luxury.

“This new product line will complement our existing line of ground-breaking home textile products that offer functional health-related and lifestyle benefits beyond comfortable sleep and continue to build the bigger story of London Luxury's focus on technology and innovation.”


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