Liberty Futon Mattress by Otis Bed
The Liberty Futon Mattress works with any futon frame and is one of the premium firm 8" futon mattresses with a special characteristic of two different types of foam resulting in a supportive feel. The 9" blend of high performance foam used in the Liberty futon mattress is dynamically pressurized to fit into 8" of space resulting in a luxurious feel. The Liberty futon mattress has a 9" blend of high performance foam (containing two layers of minimum 2.0 pound density foam and four layers of minimum 2.5 pound density foam) that benefits you with a mattress that looks and feels great. Machine tufting, a double layer of polyester, tape edge closing, and 7.5 oz twill fabric gives this futon mattress its final look and feel.
- Product Type: Mattresses
- Manufacturer: Otis Bed
- MPN: LBT
- Warranty: 10 Years
- Thickness: 8 Inch
- Mattress Construction: Foam
- Size: Chair, Eastern King, Full, Love Ottoman, Loveseat, Ottoman, Queen, Queen Ottoman, Queen Split, Twin, Twin Ottoman, Twin Split
- Batting: Medium
- Mattress Type: Futon Mattress
- Origin: USA
- 7-1/2 oz twill fabric provides proper strength to hold the tuft in the mattress.
- 9" of high-performance foam, 2 layers of minimum 2.0 pound density plus 4 layers of 2.5 pound density provides the ability to keep the mattress looking and feeling good.
- A double layer of polyester gives the mattress a clean finished look.
- Machine tufting reduces the thickness of the mattress to lock in it's look and feel.
- The tape edge closing process insures proper fit and finish of the mattress cover.
- Twin (39" x 75")
- Full (54" x 75")
- Queen (60" x 80")
- King (78" x 80")
- Cot (30" x 75")
- Chair (28" x 54")
- Ottoman (28" x 21")
- Twin Split (39" x 54")
- Twin Ottoman (39" x 21")
- Loveseat (54" x 54")
- Love Ottoman (54" x 21")
Mattress Making Principle
For a mattress to retain its shape and comfort level the materials it is filled with must be able to retain their shape and supportive character.
Why More Foam Than Cotton Is Critical
Simply put, foam is able to retain its shape and feel when repeatedly compressed while cotton fibre does not. Foam is a flexible solid that will come back to its original shape after being compressed time after time. Cotton batting is not a unified whole, but an arrangement of individual fibers. Once the fibers are compressed together there is nothing to bring them back to their original, separate locations when the weight is removed. This fact results in cotton batting becoming thinner and harder wherever it is being compressed on a regular basis.
We trust the materials that go into each of our mattresses. so much so, that each mattress is compressed and packaged in a box 1/4th its size. Our mattresses are filled with comfortable materials that retain their shape for years. The way we package it proves it.