I haven’t covered a product launch in a long, long time but yesterday’s introduction to Canada of Dormeo Octaspring mattresses from Belgium was right up my alley.
Truth be told, I have a “thing” for mattresses: some people dream about owning a Porche or a Ferrari, I dream about owning a Hästens. But this post isn’t about Hästens, it’s about Octaspring and their revolutionary mattresses which combine memory foam with a patented foam spring technology that provides support and comfort while letting the mattress breathe. In the pic at the top of this page you can see the venting panels running around the middle of the mattress.
Available exclusively at Sleep Country Canada, Octaspring mattresses come in varying thicknesses priced from $2,800 to $4,200. Certainly not cheap but still less than half the price of my most coveted sleep platform.
So what did I think? The Octasprings I laid on yesterday felt great, an intriguing mix of soft and firm but of course you can’t make a $4,000 decision based on a quick recline. So Octaspring mattresses come with a 60-day trial period and money-back guarantee if you conclude that it’s not the mattress for you.
It just so happens that my current mattress is nearing retirement age although unfortunately my travel budget supercedes my mattress budget at the moment. However, if Octaspring or Sleep Country would like to discuss blog/product sponsorship opportunities I would be wide open to the possibility (wink).