Pocket sprung mattresses are a relatively new step up from the traditional open coil design. In simple terms the springs are individually wrapped in cloth pockets which are in turn sewn together to create a sleeping surface.
Within the mattress the springs work independently of one another which means they support your back.
Optimum weight distribution, made with individual springs which take the shape of your body. This offers a great deal of cushioning and support to sleepers. As stated earlier, the even weight distribution means you can move on the bed without disturbing your partner.
Gives proper support to your back. Also, the contouring around your body shape reduces any back pain and ensures your back is supported at the correct angle. This also makes it durable and long lasting, and although it may be a little more expensive than an open coil mattress at the beginning, it will be cost effective in the long term as they last for many years
As each spring operates individually, the roll together issue of two people sharing a bed is minimised as the movement of one person will not affect the other. Also, they can offer both firmness and softness at the same time.
Say no to sleepless nights by replacing your standard mattress with a pocket sprung mattress that supports your body. You may also be interested in our range of sprung mattresses if you're looking for something within a budget.
Our pocket sprung mattresses from leading manufacturers are guaranteed for up to 5 years, so you can look forward to great night's sleep for many years to come.
These mattresses have a higher number of springs compared to regular beds. Each of these springs is contained within an individual fabric pocket so that they do not get tangled with one and other. This is then filled with natural fibres and covered in soft fabric for the perfect finish.
The rule of thumb with pocket springs is the more springs in the mattress the more support you will receive, pocket mattresses start at 600 springs and can increase up to 2000 and beyond depending on the type of mattress you choose. As a mattress can only fit a maximum of 2000 springs then further increases in springs usually come from using a twin layer or using a smaller diameter coil so each individual spring takes up less space.
The number of springs advertised on a mattress will relate to a King Size Mattress, smaller sizes will have proportionally less springs and larger mattresses proportionally more. The most popular spring count is 1400 springs as this offers a medium feel that not too hard or too soft and is ideal for the majority of users. Heavier build sleepers tend to opt for 2000 or 3000 springs as the support will be spread over more springs while sleepers with a light build will find 1000 springs is adequate support for their needs.
Some manufacturers including Millbrook and Relyon offer tailored support systems, perfect when couples of varying sizes need individual types of support on each side of the mattress.
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