Natural mattress made from certified natural materials, 14 cm high.

Naturmatratze Extra Soft vegan

CHF 940
Tax included

*Structure with certified natural materials natural latex, cotton and Tencel, cover fabric organic cotton/Tencel, 5-zone core, mattress height 14 cm, optimum moisture and heat regulation. For mattress width 180, the cores are supplied in two parts and a cover with 4-sided zip. Model on display at Sato for test lying in non-vegan version.

  • Naturlatex Extra Soft, Hülle versteppt Tencel


    The Sato natural mattress is extra soft with a core of soft 100% natural latex wrapped in 300g/m2 cotton. Cover fabric: 62% organic cotton. 38% Tencel. Double cloth with quilted Tencel fleece 400g/m2. Removable and washable cover with 3-sided zip.

    The eco-certified natural materials used ensure optimum moisture and heat regulation. Suitable for light to medium weight people who prefer a very soft lying and want to relieve their shoulders and hips. Tried and tested for many years.

    Easy care: For use on rigid and flexible slats, turn and flip 1-2 times per year.

    Design by Sato, handmade in Germany, organic mattress, eco-certified materials, weight 100x200 cm approx. 25kg.

    The eco-certified natural materials used: 100% natural latex: rubber milk from Thailand and Sri Lanka, vulcanised in Belgium. Air and moisture permeable, long-lasting elasticity. Non-toxic and biodegradable. Rubber coconut: Coconut fibres latexed with 100% natural rubber, origin of coconut fibres Thailand, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Vietnam, production of rubber coconut sheets in Belgium. Air and moisture permeable, long-lasting elasticity. Non-toxic and biodegradable. Horsehair: quilted with jute, origin Europe, made in Germany. Breathable and moisture-regulating, long-lasting elasticity. Biodegradable. Cotton fleece: organic quality, made in Germany. Biodegradable. Pure new sheep's wool: Origin Europe, processed in Germany. Moisture and temperature regulating. Biodegradable.

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