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Serta Cyprus 8 in. Innerspring Futon Mattress Black

Item# 268-WP038-3-AF | Model# S850B5-2030 | Added on September 5, 2016 |
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Serta Cyprus 8 in. Innerspring Futon Mattress Black
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8-inch thick innerspring mattress. Perfect for sitting, lounging, and sleeping. Available in black, khaki, or natural color. 5 year manufacturer's warranty. Full and queen sizes available. The Serta Cyprus 8 in. Innerspring Futon Mattress won't make your dreams come true, but it will make them come a little easier. This charming futon provides a plush place for putting your feet up or getting a solid night's rest. Its eight inch thick frame has an ideal combination of comfort and support, featuring an innerspring core surrounded by plush polyfill. Three designer colors are available (black, khaki, or natural duck) and both full and queen sized mattresses are offered. Each mattress is guaranteed with a five-year manufacturer's warranty from Serta.Dimensions:Full: 16L x 16W x 55H inchesQueen: 16L x 16W x 61H inchesAbout Wolf Corp.This product was designed and manufactured by Wolf Corporation. Wolf Corp. was founded in 1873 by Paul Wolf, an orphan immigrant from Germany who began working as an upholsterer of furniture in Fort Wayne, Ind. Wolf and generations of sons after him have expanded the original farm operation into a thriving mattress and fiber insulation business. Still based where it was first established, Wolf Corp. combines years of experience with new technology to provide the best quality product at a great value.Wolf Corporation offers a limited 5-year warranty against workmanship or material defects (excluding cover and corner guards). Warranty is void if product ... read more
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