Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020

TEMPUR-LUXEbreeze Wins Popular Science Best Of What's New 2019 Award

LEXINGTON, Ky: Tempur Sealy International, Inc. (NYSE: TPX), the company synonymous with innovation in the mattress industry, announced that Tempur-Pedic's TEMPUR-LUXEbreeze° has won a 2019 Popular Science's Best of What's New Award in the Personal Health category.

Sleeping hot is the number one unmet consumer challenge in the sleep industry -- with more than 60% of Americans struggling with this problem. Earlier this year, Tempur-Pedic introduced the full TEMPUR-breeze° mattress line to truly address this challenge. TEMPUR-breeze° mattresses are uniquely engineered to deliver all-night cooling and comfort, and the TEMPUR-LUXEbreeze° mattress feels up to 8 degrees cooler.*

At Tempur-Pedic, we are committed to delivering an exceptional sleep experience for our customers and we dedicate our R&D to solving their top sleep needs, said Scott Thompson, Tempur Sealy President and CEO. We are honored that Popular Science recognized LUXEbreeze° and our innovation to deliver cooler sleep.

Popular Science's Best of What's New is a definitive list of the year's 100 most incredible and innovative technologies and products. Popular Science editors vet thousands of candidates—ranging from feats of engineering to hyper-intelligent software—in search of objects and endeavors that not only promise to improve life but also represent significant advancement in their categories.

The Best of What's New is our celebration of the most impactful and exciting innovations of the year, says Popular Science Editor-in-Chief Joe Brown. This expertly vetted collection lays the groundwork for a healthier, safer, and awe-inspiring future—in our homes, cities, outer space, and everywhere in between. We're proud to bring you the Best of What's New 2019.

This recognition comes on the heels of Tempur-Pedic receiving the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in the Retail Mattress Segment of the J.D. Power 2019 US Mattress Satisfaction Report.

(PRN | 1 month ago)