Millbrook Ambassador 2200 Mattress

Millbrook Ambassador 2200 Mattress

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Handmade in the UK

These are made and manufactured in the UK, meaning that they all meet the same exceptional quality and durability that we expect from genuine UK manufacturing.

Made in the UK

These are made and manufactured in the UK, meaning that they all meet the same exceptional quality and durability that we expect from genuine UK manufacturing.

No roll together

Specifically designed with roll together prevention in mind. This means the product likely has better quality internals and offers better support than other mattresses in the same price point.

Medium support

A medium tension mattress like this is the goldilocks of mattress tensions. Not too soft, nor too firm, medium is typically suitable for the vast majority of people that are looking for a good nights sleep. If you are of average build without back or neck problems, this should be a suitable product. If you are of lower BMI and a side sleeper, consider a softer mattress, whereas if you are of a higher BMI and suffer neck and back pain, consider a firmer tension.

Air Vents

When you sleep you also sweat, when this happens it generally leaks into the mattress. Sounds a little gross but that is the way it works, no drama however as matresses are built to be breathable and air out any moisture buildup, the addition of air vents helps ensure this happens with peak efficiency

Turning Handles

Have you ever tried rotating or flipping a mattress without handles? You have to do that weird thing where you use your head as a third arm as you sort of nudge it with your face. Take the handles as a blessing

No Need To Turn

This means that the product does not need to be turned over, but make no mistake, that is not the same as saying a product does not need to be rotated. If you do not want dips in your mattress with time, be sure to rotate evenly every month where possible

NBF Approved Product

NBF stands for the National Bed Federation and is at the forefront of standards and legislation in the UK bed industry, these guys oversee the entire bedding industry with their mark and brand only being associated to those that follow a certain criteria of care and standards.

Cotton

A cotton mattress cover of fairly good quality and often preferable to damask covers and weaved covers. Your preference will vary though.

30cm deep

30cm is a decent sizes mattress that may require a deeper fitting sheet to comfortably cover the full radius of the mattress. While thicker mattresses are not always better, it is a fairly good indication of decent depth relating to the comfort layers of a mattress

Hand Side Stitched

Hand side stitching is a true mark of quality found in the upper-quality segment of mattresses. The process is very labor intensive as it involves attaching the side panel of the mattress to the pocket spring support layer found within a mattress helping to give better edge support and preventing roll-off.

Hand Tufted

A tufted mattress is often a sign of high quality, Unlike quilted mattress which binds the soft layer directly to the other layers, traditional tufting uses several thick straps to hold the layers together through the spring unit, binding it at each side.

Medium firmness provides good levels of support but with more cushioning

A medium tension comfort grade is a good middle-of-the-road level of firmness and softness that gives the vast majority of people a fantastic nights sleep. Dubbed the Goldilocks of mattress firmnesses, the tension is generally regarded as a one-size-fits-all that suits average weighted people who are both side sleepers and back sleepers alike. For those with a bit more weight to them you should perhaps consider a firmer tension, same too if you are lower BMI, perhaps consider a softer tension.

100% free of artificial chemicals for a more natural sleeping experience

A chemical-free mattress is one that contains no toxic chemicals that could potentially cause harm to your health. These mattresses are often made from natural materials, such as organic cotton or wool, which are free of pesticides and herbicides.If you’re looking for a new mattress, it’s worth considering a chemical-free alternative. 

Egyptian cotton cover feels luxuriously smooth and soft to the touch

Egyptian cotton is naturally breathable and help provide a cool, comfortable environment. With more than 80% of the world's population sensitive to humidity, it is imperative to sleep on a bed that will regulate temperature and humidity in the bedroom. The natural fibres in Egyptian cotton also help fight off dust mites and bacteria, helping create a healthier sleeping environment.

Manufacturer’s 10-year warranty for total peace of mind

With a 10 year warranty, you are getting extended protection against the unthinkable. Should anything go wrong within the given period you will be covered (albeit a sliding scale relative to time). This is important because a mattress is a considered purchase and one that needs to be protected.

Single-sided – no need to flip and turn

A non flip mattress is considered very easy maintenance with very little else to do in terms of keeping the mattress in best working condition. This means that the mattress is one sided and has the comfort layer at the top of the mattress only. This means no flipping  is necessary to provide long lasting comfort

Egyptian Cotton Cover

Egyptian cotton sheets are naturally breathable and help provide a cool, comfortable environment. With more than 80% of the world's population sensitive to humidity, it is imperative to sleep on a bed that will regulate temperature and humidity in the bedroom. The natural fibres in Egyptian cotton sheets also help fight off dust mites and bacteria, helping create a healthier sleeping environment.

Chemical Free

A chemical-free mattress is one that contains no toxic chemicals that could potentially cause harm to your health. These mattresses are often made from natural materials, such as organic cotton or wool, which are free of pesticides and herbicides.If you’re looking for a new mattress, it’s worth considering a chemical-free alternative. 

Pocket springs

Pocket springs are like natures own springy piece of comfort, except they are not from nature. Alas, pocket springs are a very good part of a mattress and often found in the more premium models. Lower quality products will frequently use open coil spring setups, where pocket springs house each spring in a tiny pocket for additional stability and continued support. Pocket spring typically lasts longer than open coil due to this.

Wool

Luxury wool, typically found in mattresses in a shredded and felted capacity is an upholstery fibre often used as a top comfort layer, but sometimes found further down in those mattress layers as part of the support structure

Reinforced Edges

Reinforced Edges provide a higher density area around the mattress supplying a stronger resistance to pressure.  As well as preventing the mattress from sagging and extending its lifespan the firmer edges give you extra usable space and edge to edge support.

Pressure Relieving

Due to the support structure in place within this mattress it advertises as benefiting from pressure relieving properties. The way a mattress can achieve this is through the use of a good quality spring system that can contour to the body, providing tension equally across all areas of the body dependant on sleeping position and pressure

2200 Springs

Typically, the more springs the better. The average mattress has around 1000 springs and so anything more than that is considered good. The firmness/tension of a mattress is also not dictated by the amount of springs and so you do not need to worry about the firmness being unsuitable when it comes to spring count. Simply the more springs, the better the mattress can contour to your body. 2200 springs is considered great.

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