weather too hot? stay cool in this heatwave with SnowSlumber mattresses.

Say hello to SnowSlumber, the coldest and most comfortable mattress, built for Singapore’s heat.

Are sweaty, warm nights disturbing your sleep? Gotta get out of that unbearable heat wave right? Well, we might have something that will pique your interest.

SnowSlumber is a Singapore premium mattress brand that comes with cold engineering to encourage better sleep and more comfortable nights. The company’s main product, the Snow Luxury Hybrid Mattress, uses ActivSnow+ Material, enabling heat to dissipate within seconds. The result is a soothing, cooling sensation that keeps you cool for at least 8 hours.

The mattress comes in two firmness options – Soft and Firm. The main material used in its soft variant construction, BlueMassageFoam™, offers great support by providing extra padding. Additionally, the SnowLatexLayer™ also adjusts to provide support. 

Prefer your mattress firm? Apart from being best suited for back and side support, Snow also comes with 12 Zoned Pocket Springs which are ideal for individuals who like firm mattresses. 

Still on the fence? Each Snow mattress comes with a 120-day trial period, a 15-year warranty, plus free delivery and returns! Want to discard your old mattress too? Snow Slumber’s team will take care of it too!

For those interested, you may pop over to their shop via this highlighted text here.

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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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