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Brand Promise

History dates back to 1937 when the enterprising businessman, Fritz Nauer, set up the first plant at Lake Zurich in Switzerland. Similar to why many prestigious Swiss watch makers insist on manufacturing their products in Switzerland.

SwissAire pride ourselves in maintaining the Swiss originality of our products by producing our true ergonomic mattresses in our Zurich factory and steadfast in using the finest in Swiss precision engineering to holistically tailor ergonomics true to your personal needs. Our facilities in Switzerland follows a comprehensive safety, health and environment policy.

This is realized using a customer-oriented, certified quality management system(QMS) which means we are committed to continuously optimize our products and services with a clear focus to meet your expectations. We ensure our processes follow the comprehensive ISO 9001:2015 QMS guidelines to meet market requirements.

At the same time, we work just as hard to keep innovating with sustainability in mind.



More Than 80 years
of Expertise in Sleep Ergonomics

At SwissAire, sleep ergonomics mean more than just choosing between a soft, firm or hard mattress. We take a more holistic view of improving quality of life through a better sleep experience.

Our postural support uses the finest in Swiss precision pressure relief innovation to holistically tailor ergonomics true to your 30personal needs for a deeper restorative sleep, and a greater sense of Wellbeing.

[1937] History dates back to 1937 when the enterprising businessman, Fritz Nauer, set up the first plant at Lake Zurich in Switzerland


[1960] Development of first Ergonomic mattress in 1960 after 23 years of relentless R&D efforts


[2016] Launch of SwissAire brand as a platform to offer true eronomic mattresses to Asia Pacific

First – Class Materials

Sleep Ergonomic is the science of vitality.

The spinal column is one of the most vital part of the human body and provides the main support for our body, making all our movements possible while protecting the spinal cord from injury (source: The well-designed structure of the spine serves many functions and maintaining this spinal curvature through proper posture while sleeping and lying is vital for decreasing stress, muscular pain and preventing fatigue for general good health.

Our years of expertise in sleep ergonomics identified two main spectrum of postural discomfort: 1. Upper body postural discomfort (areas concerning neck, shoulders and middle back). 2. Lower body postural discomfort (areas concerni10ng lower back and hip). Numerous research also point to the benefit of mattress being individualized to fit individual needs with spinal alignment in supine being supported in a similar posture to that in standing.(Radwan et. al. 2015).