Part of Mammoth's perfectly-designed Rise mattress range we're looking at the new Rise Plus Ortho. This product is specially crafted for those looking for orthopaedic enhanced support and care which will help ensure you get the best sleep regardless of any back or neck pain you currently suffer.
Starting with the comfort layer, the Mammoth Rise Plus Ortho Mattress features an impressive 40mm of Medical Grade™ Foam which offers deep and luxurious softness that is highly breathable and makes for a refreshing and relaxing sleep experience. Sinking into Medical Grade™ Foam is a similar experience to that of memory foam but with non of the heat build up and retention that typically occurs with that type of layer.
Onto the support layer and we're seeing a base foam layer which is both sturdy and supportive. My personal preference is for pocket springs rather than foam but other peoples mileage will vary. The benefits of foam over springs is that foam can be rolled which, as is the case here, means you get your mattress delivered in a small box. The benefit of rolled bed-in-a-box is that you save quite a large amount of money over traditional mattresses as logistics and delivery costs are absorbed far easier allowing those savings to be passed onto the consumer. The end result? A cheaper mattress of equal quality to more costly competitors.
The supportive base foam is of a firm tension which is typically going to be more suitable for those looking for additional neck and back support of the orthopaedic variety. That said, the 40mm of top layer comfort does a great job of ensuring that the mattress remains soft and comfortable.
Finally the Mammoth Rise Plus Ortho comes with an impressive 10 year warranty which is significantly longer than the average mattress lasts and shows just how much confidence and quality goes into this product. Further to that, the costs of the product become far more reasonable when you consider the lifespan is pegged at nearly double that of other lower quality mattresses. Doing so actually makes this an outright bargain.
How does it feel?
Firmness of The Mammoth Rise Plus Ortho Mattress depends on bodyweight. Adjust your weight below to get an indication of how it may feel. Remember though that firmness is entirely subjective.
Reasons to Buy
Mammoth mattresses are the perfect choice for anyone seeking a better night’s sleep and enhanced comfort. These mattresses are made with a deep 4cm comfort layer of medical grade foam, which is naturally cooling for a fresher sleep. In addition, that medical grade foam provides pressure-relieving postural support with three support zones to ensure body weight is evenly distributed across the mattress. It's a great option from a popular and longstanding manufacturer.
Reasons to Avoid
The mattress is actually quite heavy despite the lack of springs. This represents a minor inconvenience as the mattress does not come with turning handles that are fairly commonplace in the industry. While flipping is not required on this single sided comfort layer, you should still consider rotation in order to prevent uneven settlement which would otherwise lead to premature dipping. As far as downsides go, it's a minor one and we certainly feel the pros outweigh the cons in this instance.