Cool riser tech makes your bed easier

The bed that sleeps better, looks better and is quieter than a conventional bed has a breakthrough solution.

The new innovation has been developed by a leading bed maker and has been designed by an international team of engineers.

It has been created by bedmaker JB Hi-Flex and is designed to improve sleep quality and comfort.

“It’s a very good idea to create something that can improve the quality of your sleep,” said Mr Lee, a PhD student at University of New South Wales and an engineer at JB.

We’ve had a number of sleep problems in the past where people would get into bed late, wake up early and then have to stay awake for hours.””

This is an example of something that will reduce the sleepiness that’s caused by excessive bed time and that’s what the bed is for.”

“We’ve had a number of sleep problems in the past where people would get into bed late, wake up early and then have to stay awake for hours.”

The technology was designed to reduce the need for people to get into a bed early and use the pillows as an extra support.

“There’s no reason to sleep on your stomach, you can’t sleep on the ground,” Mr Lee said.

“If you do need to get up early, you need to use your arm and your hand to pull yourself up.”

The new bed uses a system that monitors temperature, pressure and humidity levels to provide an ideal level of comfort for all users.

“This is a very advanced and efficient system, so the more comfortable you get, the better the bed will be,” Mr Shing said.

The system has already been tested in a laboratory environment.

“We’re trying to develop it into a consumer product, but we’re not there yet,” he said.JB Hi Flex has been working on a range of products for about a decade and is currently working on its new product line.

“They’ve been working for a long time on bed designs,” Mr Hickey said.

“They have a long history of bed design, and this is a really exciting time for us.”

“The technology that’s developed here has the potential to make beds a lot more comfortable and to make them quieter.”