Why our sleep experts loved it
Are you looking for a mattress that offers both comfort and support at a heavily discounted and reduced price point? Then you should consider the Bensons for Beds Jax Mattress. This product is designed with open coil springs and a firm tension mattress, making it perfect for back sleepers. In this review, we’ll discuss the benefits of the Jax Mattress, the pros and cons of a firm tension mattress, and the hypoallergenic materials used in the construction of this product. We’ll also learn more about Bensons for Beds and whether this could be the mattress for you.
The Base Layer
When it comes to the base layer you are getting a fairly budget open coil traditional spring base. There are benefits to open coils that we’ll go into shortly but it should come as little surprise to you that this isn’t a premium base layer, although should last a decent amount of time while still offering a good degree of support. The benefits for this system is that it is designed to provide support while still allowing the mattress to contour to the shape of your body. This makes it great, in this particular firmness designation, for back, and stomach sleepers. The open coil springs also help to reduce motion transfer (albeit not as good as pocket springs), making it a great option for couples. Another benefit to this type of base layer is within its cooling properties whereby the open coil spring system also helps to keep the product cooler. The coils are designed to allow air to circulate through the mattress, which helps to keep it cool and comfortable. This is great for those who tend to sleep hot, as it can help to keep them cool and comfortable throughout the night.
The Comfort Layer
Onto the comfort layer and you get a fairly deep degree of polyester fillings. This is a fairly basic comfort layer that is cheap and affordable for the supplier, but still comfortable enough for the customer. Polyester also has a few hypoallergenic properties that make it an ideal candidate for those who suffer from allergies.This means that the mattress is designed to resist dust mites, pet dander, and other allergens, which can help to reduce allergy symptoms and improve sleep quality. These same hypoallergenic materials also help to keep the bed fresh and clean as the materials are designed to resist mould, mildew, and bacteria, which can help to reduce odour and keep the mattress looking and feeling new.
When you’re looking for a mattress, comfort is key. You want to be able to sleep in comfort, without worrying about waking up feeling tired or sore. The Bensons for Beds Jax Mattress offers a reasonable attempt at this with a compromised base and comfort layer that comes in at a heavily discounted price over competing products while still offering a good degree of comfort and tension to prove suitable.
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