Thanks to advertising, consumers recognize the importance of a mattress’s ability to bounce back from pressure on it. Thanks to advertising, however, consumers also believe it is easy to identify the rebounding qualities of a cushion — just one quick test drive is all it takes. Yet, the ability to rebound is not a snapshot: it is a movie.
Many people have seen the classic memory foam image of a person pressing their hand into a mattress. The image certainly portrays part of the story. For people who understand the dynamics of rejuvenating a material to its original shape, the fact that a hand imprint is still visible after the pressure was removed is troubling to say the least.
Imagine then, the pressure imprint left on a mattress after an individual has slept on it for 8 hours!
The longer someone sits or lays on a memory foam mattress, the higher the internal temperature of the mattress rises. The accumulation of heat and pressure directly causes the foam to lose resilience and, ultimately, it ability to provide support.
Over time, a standard memory foam mattress feels almost as if one is sinking into quicksand. This results in difficulty adjusting and turning throughout the night- a process that the body needs to relieve regular pressure buildup. When the mattress reaches that point, users often have to replace it in order to get a good night’s sleep.
Airstring provides a dramatic improvement in the arena of long-term rebounding effects. It is a fundamentally different technology which distributes pressure throughout a three-dimensional structure. There are no imprint points. Our technology rebounds rapidly and displays exceptional resilience. It makes it easier to maneuver on the surface during the night and wake up fully refreshed.