Selecting a mattress as a couple will always be more stressful and difficult than just for yourself as there are going to be additional considerations to make when it comes to purchase. Arguably one of the most important of these issues relates to mutual comfort. With comfort, not only is it entirely subjective, but it’s also going to be very dependent on your sleeping style, positioning, weight and just about everything else in between. Where one partner prefers firm, the other, soft. This makes it very difficult to find the right mattress for each of you when ultimately, you don’t want to end up in separate beds. To tackle that problem first off, we have two options, the first, is zip and link dual core mattresses, these are separately categorized and allow each partner to get a different firmness for their side of the mattress. Imagine two separate mattresses zipped together, because that’s what it is. The sizing of these mattresses remains identical to those that you buy normally but you get peace of mind that your mattress is suitable for your sleeping style and firmness tension.
For those that do not want to opt for a zip and link approach, it is best to go with the “one size fits all” approach that a medium tension mattress brings. A medium tension mattress gives enough support to back, side and front sleepers. It gives enough comfort to skinny and heavy people alike, it truly is the best way to ensure happiness from each partner.
Once you have decided on the above, the next big obstacle, and one of the primary filters we have put in place below, relates to roll-together and edge support. Roll together, and edge support combined with a good base support system will give you motion isolation. Motion isolation is a feature that basically means one person's movements will not impact and wake up the other one while they both sleep. Very important and something we have tried to cater against when deciding on the products below.