King Koil introduces 4 new beds, innovative technology and enhanced materials to SmartLife mattress line

King Koil’s New Line of Smart Beds: Ultimate Adjustability and Comfort with Silicon-chip Microprocessors and Digital Pressure Sensors

King Koil has recently introduced a new line of smart beds that build on the success of their SmartLife Mattress, which was launched in 2020. The new mattresses are named SL Firm, SL Medium, SL Plush, and SL Latex Plush, each with unique features and comfort settings.

These mattresses offer a broader range of comfort feels with 80 individual smart cells and eight independently controlled zones that provide adaptive support based on body shape, height, and weight. The technology automatically adjusts to deliver the desired comfort level, with settings ranging from firm to soft. According to David Binke, CEO of King Koil, the previous generation of smart beds was successful but the company wanted to enhance the comfort options in the new models.

King Koil collaborated closely with Talalay Global to develop a latex component specifically designed for the SmartLife mattresses to improve differentiation between the comfort feels. The integrated controller of the mattresses uses silicon-chip microprocessors and digital pressure sensors to evaluate body type and position and sync with the King Koil SmartLife app for additional customization options.

The retail price for these new generation SmartLife mattresses ranges between $4,500 and $5,500 in queen size. David Binke expressed excitement about the advancements made in materials used in these mattresses that now offer ultimate adjustability and comfort for consumers. With this partnership with Talalay Global, King Koil has been able to refine materials and components ensuring a top-tier sleeping experience for customers.

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