TESTED & APPROVED

Quality stamps from independent tests ensures safer bed purchases. The quality stamps given by the Goodnight's SleepLab neutral test centre is a safety guarantee when buying a bed. In the company’s Swiss lab, Jensen beds are tested systematically in terms of ergonomics, hygiene, bed climate and durability. The beds are also tested and evaluated by the institute's own test group to ensure that you as a consumer are making a safe choice.

In order to give the best advice possible to bed buyers worldwide, one needs to take into account people's different needs and preferences in the testing process of the beds. Lying positions vary in different cultures and from person to person. For example, in Asia people generally choose firmer mattresses while Scandinavians prefer softer sleep comfort.

THOROUGHLY TESTED BEDS 

Goodnight's SleepLab cooperates with AEH Institute, a Swiss technology institute, which specialises in work life, health and ergonomics. Here Jensen beds are tested thoroughly. Beds undergo four different types of tests and they are also tried and evaluated by the institute's own test group.

ERGONOMIC TEST
The test focuses on sleep comfort features and the bed's ability to provide support for the body.

DURABILITY TEST
A quality mattress should last years. Please see our guarantee. We carry out rigorous testing on our beds so as to ensure long-term durability.

HYGIENE TEST
Hygiene tests are completed to demonstrate the beds’ resistance to bacteria, fungi, dust mites and unpleasant odours, as a clean and fresh bed environment is the foundation for a good and safe sleep.

CLIMATE TEST
Tests on air and moisture transportation, and temperature regulation determine whether the beds’ temperature and ventilation scores are sufficient.

RIGHT BED FOR THE RIGHT CONSUMER
For our beds to get this quality stamp, all tests must be passed. This means that you as a consumer can easily find out how to get good quality for your money.

The ergonomics, hygiene, bed climate and durability test criteria have been defined by AEH, together with Hilding Anders, and the corresponding tests have been designed.