The Simply Bensons Redmond Ortho Options Mattress is a unique, high quality orthopaedic mattress for those who have problems with back or neck pain. This mattress offers two firmness ratings varying from firm or extra firm.
The dual performance white eco fibre layer provides a soft touch and support base, with a firmer support and durability layer above. The Tufted Mattress is an open coil mattress, which has been designed especially for the Ortho Options range to provide a super supportive edge-to-edge system to maximise sleep area and prolongs mattress life.
The mattress is made in Britain and comes with an impressive 5 year guarantee which is far longer than many competitors offer and shows just how much trust the retailer has in the product and brand.
Reviews are really impressive with a tidy 80+ reviews from happy customers, good considering the product is a new model for the year. Customers enjoy the comfort in particular, finding the balance between softness and support to be perfect for the vast majority of users. Personally, I think the firm will suit more people and unless you specifically need that additional support you might find an amount of comfort is sacrificed. Other feedback suggests the quality of the product is high and well worth the money.
Negative reviews are mixed, with some saying the mattress was too firm while others say it was too soft. The tension of a mattress is completely subjective and varies person to person so this is not unheard of and is a common complaint within the industry. That said, the vast majority do not have this issue and absolutely love their sleep, I recommend it as you will be unlikely to find better given the low price point for orthopaedic relief.
How does it feel?
Firmness of The Simply Bensons Redmond Ortho Options 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
Orthopedic relief at a low price.
Massive 5 year guarantee.
Double sided mattress giving you twice the surface area thanks to flipping, again, fairly rare given price point.
Reasons to Avoid
Firmness is subjective and entirely personal, some rare reports of being too soft and too firm.