King Koil launches new mattress collection
Dubai, October 1, 2013
Dubai Furniture Manufacturing Company (DFMC), a market leader in premium mattress segment in Middle East, has launched King Koil’s 3D Gel collection during the Hotel Show 2013, to provide cooler, comfortable and relaxing sleep experience.
The 3D Gel collection by King Koil is equipped with 3D Gel technology which is advancement in providing supreme bedding support and comfort. The 3D Gel acts like a second skin and its unique ‘soft solid’ material fuses together with 3D gel to form a fluid cube giving a shape of a solid.
These mattresses react to forces differently than the regular Visco foam, providing support in all the 3 directions thus reducing the pressure points along with sound air ventilation, thermal regulation and ergonomics.
Sundar Rajan, CEO, Dubai Furniture, said, “King Koil is the market leader from last two decades in the region, and we have sustained this position by innovation, quality and customer service as the basic foundation to achieve customer satisfaction.
“Yet again, we introduce technological innovation in form of 3D Gel mattresses. This product is unique, and it is developed keeping in mind Climatic conditions in this part of the world. It provides a cool surface for a good night’s sleep.”
Customers will have an option to choose from two grades from this mattress collection namely Sensation and Perfect Demure, which are flip free standard mattress with heights options 26cm and 30cm respectively.
The 3D Gel collection mattresses come with 10 years warranty and are available in all King Koil showrooms across the UAE, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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