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This New Mattress Comes With A "Trill" Of Unboxing

In the midst of celebrating their 50th year in the business, URATEX unveiled their Mattress In A Box, the Trill Mattress. While certainly for everyone, the Trill Mattress will be of special interest to the working millennials and to those with starter homes and families. The unique proposition of Trill is its creative packaging, and how it is delivered. Gone are the days of bulky packing, having to book a delivery truck or van to bring your purchased mattress to your home, and the stressful way of moving it around your abode. With Trill, we come closer to instant gratification.

 


Trill, the Mattress In A Box, is delivered in a 18”x18”x42” box and it’s vacuum packed, so you'll have an easy time bringing it to whichever room you require it for. And when there at the foot of your bed frame, you read the manual, utilize the minimal tools required, follow the few steps, and the mattress expands to its full size, right there at your home. 

 

 

What’s more is that the Trill Mattress offers you options: there’s the Plush side you can sleep on, the Trill Text and Senso Memory Foam side that conforms to the shape of your body and adapts to the body’s movement while still providing support.

Or, you turn the mattress around, and sleep on the Firm side, where the Vital Foam and Ortho Foam help ease back pains and aches that come from when your mattress is too soft. It’s all what your preference would be, and Trill is there to provide.

All Trill mattresses are treated with Sanitized to prevent the growth of bacteria, odour, mildew, and dust mites. Certified hygienic and hypoallergenic, Trill, and all Uratex products, have been found safe by the Philippine Orthopaedic Association. 

 

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Megan Young and Mikael Daez were on hand as Trill celebrity guests, and were welcomed by the founding matriarch of URATEX, Mrs. Naty Cheng, and her daughters Pinky and Peachy. URATEX executives were happy to be at their RONAC Lifestyle Centre Magallanes to welcome the new "baby" Trill to the fold, as were celebrity guests Patrick Sugui and Josef Elizalde.