King Koil introduces 4 new SmartLife mattresses featuring advanced technology and materials.

King Koil Unveils Smart Bed Line with Revolutionary Latex and Adaptive Comfort Settings

King Koil has launched a new generation of smart beds that incorporate Talalay latex for the first time. These mattresses are designed to offer more responsive technology and a broader range of comfort feels. The new lineup includes SL Firm, SL Medium, SL Plush, and SL Latex Plush mattresses, each with nine comfort settings that range from firm to soft, and body sensing technology that automatically adjusts to body shape, height, and weight.

The CEO of King Koil, David Binke, stated that the SmartLife Mattress line has been a strong performer since its introduction. In this new generation, the company collaborated closely with Talalay Global to develop a new latex component specifically designed for these mattresses. The integrated controller uses silicon-chip microprocessors and digital pressure sensors to evaluate body type and position for adaptive support.

The SmartLife mattresses are designed to retail between $4,500 and $5,500 in queen size. They can be synced with the King Koil SmartLife app available in the iPhone app store and Google Play Store. Binke mentioned that over time, King Koil was able to refine the materials of these mattresses with suppliers to enhance functionality and guarantee comfort and adjustability in this new generation of SmartLife beds.

King Koil’s latest offering is part of its ongoing commitment to innovation in sleep technology. With its new smart beds lineup featuring Talalay latex for the first time, King Koil continues to set itself apart as a leader in the sleep products industry.

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