An excellent choice for orthopaedic support
The need for orthopaedic mattresses is increasing rapidly. They are becoming more popular due to the growing needs of people with back problems.Orthopaedic mattresses are designed to provide support to the spine and avoid the sagging that compresses spinal discs. They are often used for people suffering from back pain who need more support and for those with a history of back problems.
Finished with a removable cover for convenient cleaning
Removable covers help keep things fresh. The average person keeps their mattress for around 7 to 8 years and over time that can make your mattress a fairly unhygienic place to be. Thanks to the removable cover, you can sleep easy knowing that your mattress and your health, are protected.
Arrives vacuum packed
Vacuum packed mattresses are made from a special type of foam that is able to be compressed and then expand back to its original shape. This makes them ideal for storing in small spaces.What’s more, you’ll save money on vacuum packed mattresses because they are cheaper than regular ones (but just as good) due to shipping and storage costs.
An extraordinary combination of 110mm of reflex foam and 80mm of memory foam
Able to fit into a wide variety of bed frames at a depth of 20cm
20cm of mattress depth is enough to house a typical good quality spring system with decent support and comfort layers while also being thin enough to accessorise with standard mattress sheets. No need for deeper sheets and further purchases as a result.
Made to National Bed Federation standards, ensuring peerless British quality
This product is made to NBF standards. The NBF holds manufactures under scrutiny to ensure they are complying with all UK regulations on safety, cleanliness and trade descriptions. NBF members brands are regularly audited by an independent company to ensure they are complying.
To maintain its fine quality, the mattress only needs to be rotated every six weeks
and time on turning, as the comfort layer is just on one side. Spread evenly
any wear that develops over time by rotating the mattress every 6 weeks. Not only will this
increase the life span of the mattress it will diminish indentations that build
up over time. Indentations which could otherwise cause discomfort, back pain or