Las Vegas Market: BedJet is 'best in show'

The BedTimes blog

Here are more video shorts from our travels through Las Vegas Market mattress and sleep products showrooms.

One of the most interesting things we saw was engineer Mark Aramli’s newest invention BedJet–an “air-breathing engine for the bed” that can warm and cool any mattress. With two units, sleeping partners can adjust the temperature on each side of the bed. Kurt Ling at Organic Mattresses Inc. demonstrated the ease and comfort of adding one of OMI’s new certified-organic toppers to a bed.

At Forever Foundations we watched a video that demonstrates how strong the new Forever Foundation Max Plus platform base is–it can hold a tractor.


Sean Bergman showed us several new products at PureCare, including the comfortable Dream Composer face mask that has “eye wells” and a replaceable gel insert.

Mantua is offering consumers–as well as mattress manufacturers and retailers–a new Express Yourself metal bed frame series with decorative, customizable valances to hide the hardware, and a choice of bed-leg styles.


At E.S. Kluft & Co., David Long showed us the dressed-up design of the company’s two-sided Comfort Pads with Tencel fill.

CabinetBed‘s Canadian-made, top-of-the-line unit is easy to open up and fall asleep on. It’s offered with a choice of five tri-fold mattress constructions.

Mattress protection company CleanBrands launched its new CleanRest Signature collection, including protectors and pillows with the updated Blue MicronOne shield. The company uses a proprietary BeBetter foam that it says is VOC-free, is made with renewable content and has a unique comfort–it combines the feels of memory foam and latex.

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