Jay-Be Retro Two seater Sofabed with Deep Sprung Mattress
The Jay-Be Retro Sofa Bed has the perfect combination of iconic styling, innovative design and high quality British engineering, making it one of the most luxurious sofa beds available. With no need to remove seat or back cushions, the unique Roll-out mechanism allows you to transform this stylish sofa into a comfortable bed in seconds. As well as unparalleled convenience, the Jay-Be Retro offers a superior level of comfort, not normally associated with sofa beds. The deep sprung mattress, topped with luxury comfort layers provides real bed comfort, suitable for everyday use, and the seats are made with fibre wrapped Reflex Foam to offer total support and long term durability.
All Jay-Be sofas are made in the UK and every detail is considered. As well as looking stylish and offering supreme comfort, Jay-Be use premium fabrics which are produced in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. Huddersfield is respected worldwide for producing some of the best fabrics available and specialist production techniques, combined with durable threads guarantee that a Jay-Be sofa will not only look great but stand the test of time.
- British made with a lifetime frame guarantee
- Luxury deep sprung core mattress
- Sustainable e-Fibre comfort layers help to create a temperature controlled sleeping environment
- 100% foam free mattress
- Unique roll-out mechanism, no need to remove seat or back cushions
- Available in a choice of 8 of premium fabrics
- Fibre wrapped seat fillings for extra cosiness
- Soft fibre filled back cushions
- Featuring sustainably sourced, recyclable materials helping to reduce landfill waste
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