Comfort Grade - Firm
If you find yourself suffering from back pain then you may want to look at an orthopaedic (fancy word for firm) mattress like this one here. Firmer surfaces put less stress on muscles while sleeping which might be exactly what you need to help your back
Rotate Regularly - Rotate head to toe weekly for the first three months, then every month thereafter
Your mattress should be rotated on a regular basis as this is the easiest way to prolong and increase the longevity of your mattress. The main benefits to regularly rotating your mattress is the continued support and comfort while reducing any risk of sagging that may otherwise occur
1 year guarantee
1 year guarantee is typical for the industry. This means you are guaranteed to have a trouble free experience for the first year or have your product replaced
1000 pocket springs (King)
1000 Pocket Springs is considered a fair amount of support for a premium product, any less than this and you start to that find areas of your body are not getting the same amount of support as those with a higher spring count would achieve
Quilted finish with soft-touch knitted fabric
Easy to clean and maintain, this sort of fabric and finish is fairly common on mattresses and won't cause any issues down the line
Cleverly rolled and boxed for added convenience
To make it easy to carry, manoeuvre and transport this mattress is supplied conveniently rolled up and boxed. They are considered eco-friendly because of their compact size saves space on delivery vans. Less fuel is required for transportation and due to their small space requirements, most are stocked and delivery is quicker.
Supportive pocket springs
The ideal choice in construction when choosing a mattress, pocket sprung mattresses offer, in our opinion, the best combination of support and comfort. The number of pocket springs can be equally important however
Body responsive foam layers
Single sided - Rotate head to toe weekly for the first three months, then every month thereafter
A single sided mattress is typical for the industry and relates to how a mattress has the comfort layer on one side of the mattress. only This means that the mattress only needs to be rotated rather than flipped. The benefit of single sided mattresses is that they require less upkeep in that there's no flipping, but also, there's less components involved in the creation which saves costs.
Pocket springs and foam layers
Pocket springs are of considerable better quality than their poorer traditional open coil counterparts. Put simply, pocket spring contours better and supports better than other base layers. When it comes to pocket spring mattresses, the general rule of thumb is that the more springs the better. There are exceptions, of course, but for the best part this is likely to be a good quality mattress based on it's base layer.
Rolled for convenience
Roll up mattresses, also known as bed-in-a-box mattresses are fairly new to the scene, first cropping up via the likes of Eve and Simba back in 2016. Since then there has been a rise in popularity due to their lower price point (due to delivery and storage costs) and their convenience for getting up stairs. Typically these mattresses have much the same support and comfort as a traditional mattress even with the positive points mentioned.