Bed Butler Lansdowne Mattress

Bed Butler Lansdowne Mattress

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What Makes The Bed Butler Lansdowne Mattress Great?

Made in the UK

These are made and manufactured in the UK, meaning that they all meet the same exceptional quality and durability that we expect from genuine UK manufacturing.

Air Vents

When you sleep you also sweat, when this happens it generally leaks into the mattress. Sounds a little gross but that is the way it works, no drama however as matresses are built to be breathable and air out any moisture buildup, the addition of air vents helps ensure this happens with peak efficiency

Turning Handles

Have you ever tried rotating or flipping a mattress without handles? You have to do that weird thing where you use your head as a third arm as you sort of nudge it with your face. Take the handles as a blessing

Reflex foam

Reflex foam is basically like memory foam without the memory part. Reflex foam is used more as a supportive layer than a comfort layer and is often used as an alternative to conventional spring systems.

29cm deep

Most experts recommend a minimum of 4 inches on the top layer and 6 inches for the core so this is ideal at 11/12 inches. Generally, the heavier the load the deeper the mattress should be. This depth covers a wide range of body type sitting comfortably in the most popular section of the scale.

Silk

The luxurious natural fibre silk offers enhanced comfort, moisture control and helps to regulate body temperature.  It can reduce heat in the summer and provide warmth in winter.

Medium Firm Support

Medium Firm is a tension that ranks around 7 out of 10 on the firmness scale. Where 5 is considered the standard average firmness, a 7 is slightly firmer. This tension is still largely suitable for the vast majority of people, especially those that like sleeping on their back, or, suffer from back/neck pain that requires a firmer feel.

Pocket springs

Pocket springs are like natures own springy piece of comfort, except they are not from nature. Alas, pocket springs are a very good part of a mattress and often found in the more premium models. Lower quality products will frequently use open coil spring setups, where pocket springs house each spring in a tiny pocket for additional stability and continued support. Pocket spring typically lasts longer than open coil due to this.

Wool

Luxury wool, typically found in mattresses in a shredded and felted capacity is an upholstery fibre often used as a top comfort layer, but sometimes found further down in those mattress layers as part of the support structure

Reinforced Edges

Reinforced Edges provide a higher density area around the mattress supplying a stronger resistance to pressure.  As well as preventing the mattress from sagging and extending its lifespan the firmer edges give you extra usable space and edge to edge support.

1500 Springs

Typically, the more springs the better. The average mattress has around 1000 springs and so anything more than that is considered good. The firmness/tension of a mattress is also not dictated by the amount of springs and so you do not need to worry about the firmness being unsuitable when it comes to spring count. Simply the more springs, the better the mattress can contour to your body. 1500 springs is considered good.

Cashmere

Natural Fillings

Pure and natural fillings are typically from animal or plant fibers. These can include: Wool, Cashmere, Hemp or Latex commonly.

Reinforced edges for more sleeping space.

Temperature regulating cotton filling creates a cooler sleeping environment.

A matrix of 1500 individually pocketed springs responds to every movement.

Wool, silk and cashmere natural fillings add a touch of luxury.

Sleep is the foundation of human health and wellness. It influences daytime energy levels, productivity, mood, and even heart health. A mattress filled with natural fillings creates a cool sleep surface that pulls heat from your body and helps to provide support for a healthy spine.

Made in the UK and exclusively available at MattressNextDay.

Support foam provides additional cushioning.

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