A smart bed frame is a better alternative to conventional beds because they can be adjusted by a user with just a click of the wrist, a startup has found.
The startup, Lava, which also sells a smart mattress for $100,000, says its platform bed frame can be installed by the user and adjusts to a user’s height.
The bed frame comes with a flexible mattress covering that adjusts to the bed’s height and can be changed without the need to remove the bed.
The firm says its technology has been tested with two models of the King bed: the $1,000 bed and the $4,500 King bed.
The firm says the King frame has a built-in pillow and an adjustable pillow stand.
Lava’s platform bed, which can be seen on the right, comes with its own pillow cover, which is removable to allow for customizing the bed frame.
It can be configured for up to 10 people, and comes with an adjustable bed pad, a soft pillow cover that can be removed to allow the bed to be adjusted to a different height, and a soft mattress covering.
According to Lava’s founder and CEO, Matthew Breslow, the company is now working with several universities to find potential suppliers.
“We have to make sure we don’t put too much money into this because if we do we are just going to put a bunch of money into something that isn’t worth it,” Breslo said.
“It’s going to be a waste of money.”