Recently launched and exclusive to Bensons for Beds comes the Fairfield Firm Support Mattress. Manufactured by Sealy and part of a new range for 2021, the mattress primarily targets those looking for orthopaedic relief. Let's breakdown what we're working with and see how the value feels, starting with the comfort layer.
The Comfort Layer
This layer sits at the top of the mattress and is where you get most of the comfort, commonly found in this layer are things like memory foam, latex, natural fillings and polyester. When it comes to the Fairfield, you get a deep and luxurious iFibre layer which combines with Tencel fibres to help the mattress to be both breathable and light. This is important as breathability ensures you won't get too hot while you sleep, making this an idea all-season mattress that will be both hygienic and refreshing.
The Support Layer
The support layer sits at the base of the mattress and is where you get all the support from. For this mattress you get a firm orthopaedic spring unit that is unique and tailored toward Sealy known as ZD Support. We've seen this layer utilised in other mattresses with a focus on back pain and it has consistently performed well.
Ultimately, the Sealy Fairfield Firm Support Mattress is going to suit back and stomach sleepers who are looking for additional support. Made for those of average or larger weight, the support should suit those suffering from neck and back pain, making it one of the cheaper options for those who suffer.
Reasons to Buy
Anti-allergy approved making it ideal for those who need a hygienic and healthy nights sleep.
Orthopaedic support from a manufacturer that is well known and trusted in the industry.
Reasons to Avoid
Might be too firm for those of lower BMI, or those that sleep on their side.
How does it feel?
Firmness of The Sealy Fairfield Firm Support Mattress depends on bodyweight. Adjust your weight below to get an indication of how it may feel. Remember though that firmness is entirely subjective.