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Select Comfort launches enhanced SLEEP NUMBER beds

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Jun '07
Select Comfort Corporation the nation's leading bed retailer, announced the company has enhanced the SLEEP NUMBER 7000 and Sleep Number 9000 beds.

Available, the new Sleep Number 7000 and Sleep Number 9000 beds combine the most advanced fabrics and materials and a modern, luxurious design with the ability to provide truly personalized comfort.

"The new Sleep Number beds represent the company's desire to continue to innovate for the benefit of the consumer," explained Greg Pesky, product director for consumer mattresses with Select Comfort.

"The key attribute of the Sleep Number bed is the ability to adjust the firmness on each side based on personal preference. By adding layers of the most technologically advanced fabrics and materials available, we've taken the comfort a sleeper can achieve on the Sleep Number bed to an entirely new level."

The New Sleep Number 7000 Bed:
The traditional elegance of the Sleep Number 7000 bed is perfect for those who prefer extra pampering. The new rayon and silk sleep surface found on the Sleep Number 7000 bed is softened with aloe vera, resulting in unparalleled softness to the touch.

The fabric also provides effective vapor and moisture transfer, wicking away heat and sweat for added comfort while sleeping.

Also new to the Sleep Number 7000 bed is three inches of technologically advanced Intralux Ultra comfort material, which is a premium foam exclusive to Sleep Number beds.


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