Symphony Sleep sees success with SleepSafe at Las Vegas Market

SleepSafe™ was one of the hottest new products from Symphony Sleep at the Las Vegas Market last month. The company says this secure storage accessory is available for its entire line of new adjustable bases and adds value for retailers and consumers.

SleepSafe™ is one of several accessories introduced by the adjustable bed technology company that were well received by retailers for their innovative solutions and ability to increase the sales ticket. “The safe adds functionality to an adjustable base sale that consumers want but don’t think they need until they see it,” says Symphony Sleep CEO John Schulte.

“This accessory is another product we introduced which adds a lot of value for the consumer and allows the retailer to add margin to their tickets,” he adds.

The patent pending SleepSafe™ is a secure storage unit using biometric technology for quick and easy access. The felt-lined interior compartment measures 10.8” x 10.8” x 1.8” making it ideal for personal, valuable items that homeowners want to keep secure and close by when they sleep. It can store up to 99 fingerprints or digital code to lock and unlock and has a keyed lock system for backup access.

It mounts under the frame of any Symphony Sleep adjustable base in the 2024 lineup using four bolts, allowing it to be hidden from view but easily accessible. Made of solid steel construction and a durable powder-coated exterior finish, the personal storage compartment can offer peace of mind to consumers at retail price of $275.

Alex Milstein

Alex Milstein is the Editor in Chief of Casual News Now and Bedding News Now. He previously served as senior editor of both Casual Living and Designers Today, and covered technology for Furniture Today, with a focus on augmented reality, e-commerce, and 3D visualization.

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