GhostBed Adds New Features to Massage Bed



Plantation, Florida-based GhostBed has updated its Ghost Massage Bed Powered by Cozzia that was introduced at the Winter Las Vegas Market. These new additions include both added technology and comfort features.

The Ghost Massage Bed Powered by Cozzia now includes realigned massage pods that specifically target major muscle groups and pressure points. The improved model has a much faster response time when first started and quicker movements between the various massage sections, according to a news release.

The company tweaked each of the eight different massage programs based on testing feedback. In a few seconds, a consumer can now switch to any of the personalized massage modes. Other refinements include greater sensitivity levels when using the sensitivity settings and an enhanced cooling cover.

“The beauty of our collaboration with Cozzia is our ability to access the huge massage knowledge base they have so we can incorporate technological upgrades to the massage bed as we’ve developed it,” said Alan Hirschhorn, executive vice president of GhostBed. “The response has been incredible since its introduction earlier in the year because it was so unique to the industry.

“These new features make this product even better,” he continued. “What retailer doesn’t want a unique product — never before seen in the industry — which will certainly create interest that must really be seen in retail stores, on retailer’s floors, in front of a well-educated RSA.”

Each queen and king mattress has two individual massage pads that are independently remote-controlled, allowing each person to enjoy their own customizable massages. The bed offers a 10-, 20- or 30-minute massage and then automatically powers off. Its separate massaging units allow individual sleepers the ability to experience a targeted or whole-body massage without any motion transfer, allowing each person an undisturbed sleep, according to company officials.

In addition, the mattress incorporates various layers of gel memory foam layer, GhostFlex Transition foam and high-density base foam, along with the massaging layer. Priced at $2,999 in queen, the mattress will be on display in GhostBed’s showroom (B-908) at the upcoming Summer Las Vegas Market.