Most people only need a new mattress every 5 – 10 years. That’s a good thing because the aggravation of shopping for a mattress in a store can last at least 5 years. It can be one of the most frustrating things.
Firstly, there’s the selection from hundreds of mattresses with very little difference between them. Then, there are the pushy sales people, usually just spouting the same canned pitch designed to try to get you buy the most expensive mattress in the shop.
Your mattress is where you spend up to one third of your life, so selecting the perfect one is actually a very important decision. To expect that you’ll find the right one by lying on a few mattresses in a store for a minute or two, fully clothed, is just crazy. And with most stores offering huge restocking fees on returns, it’s not like you can take a few home to really try out.
Then, of course, there’s the price. Mattresses are still sold the old fashioned way, from manufacturer to distributor to retail store and then on to the consumer. With all those companies involved and the transportation costs needed, they can end up costing hundreds, if not thousands of dollars more than they should.
There’s got to be a better way — and now there is.
It’s called Hyphen, and it’s one of the first companies to offer direct to consumer sales online. Hyphen is not selling your grandparents’ bed — they’re producing cool, self-expanding mattresses that offer the comfort of beds but at a fraction of the cost.
Hyphen is not new to the mattress business. Their success comes on the heels of 70 years of mattress manufacturing experience — and a rule-breaking sales approach that could very well change the industry.
Hyphen’s mattresses are constructed in three layers: a top comfort layer that perfectly contours to your body, a buoyant middle offers healthy bounce, and an orthopedic support layer that keeps everything together and maintains the mattress’ long life. It comes with a breathable cover that is anti-microbial, hypo allergenic, and can be cleaned in a washing machine.
Together, these layers form a mattress that offers the right amount of comfort for relaxation, and the necessary support to promote muscle recovery and a blissful rest.
Produced in Hyphen’s own U.S. factory, the company created and developed their proprietary foam over many iterations — which means it’s not the traditional pad you’d find from other companies. The foam is CertiPur-US certified, and doesn’t contain added flame retardant. Bottom line: There are no surprises here.
The Big Bonus — Low Cost
The real draw for consumers is Hyphen’s combo of comfort and savings. For example, a queen-size Tempurpedic TEMPUR-Cloud Prima can cost up to three times as much as a queen-size Hyphen – often a lot more – for a similar quality product.
How do they do it? Owning their own factory is a good start. They also remove both that fast-talking salesman and the overhead of stores. And they avoid the endless industry terms that seem to only add confusion to your shopping experience. (What are “Unicorn Hair Bundles”? And do you really need “military-grade ballistic coils” in your bed?)
The best thing about Hyphen is the guarantee. Hyphen is so confident in their product, they offer a 100-night sleep trial. Try out the mattress and if it’s not absolutely perfect for you they will take it back anytime in the first 100 days at no cost to you, and with a full refund. Plus, it has a 20-year quality guarantee
All you need to do is visit their website, select the size you want and order. The mattress will arrive in a packing box that’s easy to carry into any space. Once opened, the mattress expands to full size in mere seconds, right before your eyes.
Get your next bed from Hyphen and you’ll never set foot in a mattress store again!