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Symbol Unveils New Tommie Copper Performance Sleep Collection

Symbol Mattress has partnered with performance apparel brand Tommie Copper to introduce a specialty mattress collection combining compression technology with mattress design. The Tommie Copper Performance Sleep Collection will debut at the Symbol showroom C-1529 during the Las Vegas Market, January 26-30.

“Tommie Copper is recognized worldwide for its compression technology applied to performance apparel,” said Mike McQuiston, president of Symbol. “Our collaboration has taken those key brand pillars and developed a mattress line that provides compression support and comfort not found in any other mattress.”

Tommie Copper Performance Sleep is designed with compression support and comfort for sleep that promotes pain relief and recovery. Each of the three mattresses in the collection -- Core, Pro-Grade and Performance -- offers a distinct level of compression targeted in five zones to provide compression support in areas that need it most, such as the head and neck, shoulders, lumbar, hips and legs. The beds feature copper foam for adaptive support and pressure relief and Tommie Copper’s patent-pending Znergy fabric, a copper and zinc infused fabric for an antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-odor and moisture-wicking sleep surface.

The new collection is offered in all sizes at each of the three compression levels, with a retail price range of $999 to $1,499 for a queen mattress only.

“The partnership with Tommie Copper is especially exciting for us because they have cracked the code for compression comfort and wearable wellness, and that kind of innovation ignites us at Symbol to create products that help retailers be relevant and competitive today,” added McQuiston.

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