The Quiet Night Traditional Spring Toddler Mattress could be the mattress for your small child. Suited toward toddlers this product gives toddlers all the support they need while still ensuring they remain comfortable.
This product is part of the Little Big Dreams collection, a range of mattresses that are tailored toward both babies and toddlers to help aid in a quiet nights sleep. Much like an adult mattress, this product houses traditional springs which are housed in an impressive hypoallergenic cover that is also waterproof.
The Quiet Night Mattress suits children aged from one through to four through their early years growth and development. With a one year guarantee to help protect against defects combined with a fairly low price tag this is one that you cannot afford to miss.
Reasons to Buy
The main benefits of this mattress is that it features a genuine traditional spring base that is used in many mid-range adult mattresses. This means you are getting all the body contouring support necessary for the child's back and neck while they are developing which can actually be quite a big deal. Too many alternatives at this price point sacrifice a quality spring system for a poorer performing foam base, normally of a thinner depth that wouldn't comfortably support the child as they grow, the Quiet Night Mattress gets this right.
Additionally, this mattress comes with a seal of approval from the popular forum of Mumsnet, a group that helps new parents make the right decisions for their children.
Finally, that waterproof layer is going to come in handy when the child has an accident and will help ensure the mattress stays fresher for longer.
Reasons to Avoid
While this mattresses specifications come in at a similar level to that of an adult mattress, it's not necessarily the best quality support layer. While I love the traditional spring open coil springs as an alternative to poor foam options, I still don't love it compared to pocket springs. The springs in this mattress at this price point make it a genuinely good mattress, but pocket springs are ultimately a better support later, albeit commanding a higher price.