Why our sleep experts loved it
As a back and side sleeper, I recently decided to try out the Relyon Premier Mattress from MattressNextDay. This mid-tier mattress is tailored not only to cater to people like myself, but actually a wider range of people thanks to its mass-market suitability. In this detailed review, I will delve into the key features of the Relyon Premier and evaluate its performance across various aspects that are important to us consumers.
When it comes to support and comfort, the Relyon Premier boasts 1000 pocket springs that are individually wrapped which enables the bed to adapt to changes in weight and pressure, providing exceptional pressure-relieving support that suits both back and side sleepers like myself. The soft white fibre fillings, made entirely of polyester, are not only comfortable but also highly resilient and durable which ensures that the upper layer stays comfortable for a long time (also backed by an impressive warranty period).
One common issue with mattresses is sagging edges, but the Premier Mattress addresses this problem with a reinforced design featuring firmer springs along the sides. This enhancement not only increases the usable sleeping area but also helps the product maintain its shape and strength over time, useful for those who want to maximise their sleep area and get full use of the entire bed.
As someone who suffers from allergies, I was pleased to learn that the Relyon Premier is treated with a 100% natural probiotic fabric, a treatment which safeguards against allergens, bacteria, and odours, making it an excellent choice for those with allergies like me who require a clean and hygienic sleeping environment.
I also found that the individual pocket springs in the Premier Mattress help create distinct sleeping zones, ensuring that any movement from a partner during the night does not disturb the other person. This feature contributes to a more peaceful and uninterrupted sleep experience and works particularly well when compared to other pouring performing support layers like open coil and reflex foam.
Regarding maintenance and ease of use, the Relyon Premier employs a no-turn design, which means that flipping the mattress is unnecessary. This feature is particularly beneficial for people who find flipping mattresses to be a challenge. Although flipping is not required, rotating the mattress regularly from head to toe is still recommended to extend its life. Conveniently, stitched handles on the mattress's sides make rotation a simple task.
With a depth of approximately 26cm, the product provides a substantial and supportive sleeping surface. The mattress's construction, which incorporates high-quality materials and reinforced edges, guarantees its durability and ensures that it delivers comfort and support for many years.
In conclusion, I found the Relyon Premier Mattress to be a reliable mid-range option for back and side sleepers like myself while offering good responsive support, pressure relief, and allergy protection. What’s more, its reinforced edges and no-turn design make it not only comfortable but also easy to maintain which means that those in search of a quality sleep experience who are not looking to spend a fortune should consider the product an undoubtedly worthwhile investment.
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