Gel is quickly making synthetic foam obsolete as a mattress cushioning material today. So it’s no wonder that some companies are now making their own versions of the original intelliBED® gel mattress. The look-a-likes claim to be just as good, but while they might appear similar at first glance (and cost about the same as intelliBED mattresses), the similarities abruptly end there.
KNOCK-OFFS MADE WITH PARTIAL GEL ARE INHERENTLY INFERIOR.
Because the Gel Matrix® inside intelliBED mattresses is patent protected, all other gel-bed manufacturers must dilute their gel formulations with other materials, such as foam (which defeats the whole purpose of gel and degrades its performance).
For example, Serta® has a memory-foam with pieces of gel in it called i-comfort®. And Natura’s® Nexgel® contains just 15 percent microspheres of gel by volume. But partial-gel mattresses like these simply don’t have the same therapeutic properties as intelliBED mattresses with 100-percent pure Gel Matrix inside. Not surprisingly then, imitation gel-beds perform more like conventional foam mattresses than intelliBED mattresses.
NOTHING COMPARES TO THE ORIGINAL INTELLI-GEL FOR COMFORT, SUPPORT, SAFETY, AND DURABILITY.
Gel Matrix is a next-generation co-polymer cushioning material—the ultimate material ever created for optimally supporting and comforting the human body. Only intelliBED has the exclusive right to create pure gel beds with Gel Matrix for the home mattress market.
Gel Matrix is a higher standard in sleep wellness. It’s made of pure, safe and natural mineral oil—the same thing used to make baby oil. And it was originally developed to the meet the critical-care needs of traumatic injury patients (where gentle comfort, proper support, and deep, restorative sleep are critical to healing).
SLEEP BETTER THAN YOU EVER DREAMED POSSIBLE.
No other cushioning material—foam or imitation gel—reduces pressure points (and the pain they cause) better than Gel Matrix with Column-Buckling Technology™. It enables intelliBED mattresses to progressively collapse beneath the heaviest and most protruding parts of your body, like hips and shoulders, and softly lift lighter areas like your back. This helps to align your spine and cradle you in an ideal sleep posture. As a result, you toss and turn less during the night, you achieve and sustain deeper more restorative sleep, and you wake with fewer aches and pains.