Innovations for ergonomics and comfort
What makes a bed a system? A bed system consists of multiple perfectly matched components that adapt to the anatomy of the user. See how it works here.
Relax your back
When we look at the sleeping position applying ergonomic criteria, the spinal column must be in the position of its natural contours. The head, shoulders and legs are also sensitive to the interplay of mattress and sprung base. At Röwa, the quality of an overall bed system can be measured in our development and test lab using objective data, real test persons and technical simulations. For many of us, an incorrect sleeping position results in tense neck and back muscles. We wake up in the morning with a backache and left feeling "knackered". The key is finding the right sleeping position. Bespoke bed systems like the Röwa Ecco 2 offer a perfect combination of mattress and sprung base tailored to your shape – ensuring you can sleep deep and wake up rejuvenated.
ECCO 2: one-of-a-kind individuality
Height, weight, body type, sleeping habits: we’re all different. This is why we've developed the Ecco 2 bed system, which is unique on the German market. It consists of three components: a mattress, a slatted frame and a neck support pillow. All these components can be tailored individually to anyone. So, taking measurements before making a purchase is key.