Sleepeezee have dropped an interesting new offering into the market in the form of The Sleepeezee Latex 1000 Pocket Adjustable Mattress. The components all pair very well together and that in itself is pretty great. That's not what makes this mattress stand out though, that's the Adjustable Mattress part. For those that don't know, adjustable mattresses are required if you have am adjustable bed base or divan. The benefits of an electric adjustable bed is that you are able to maintain a degree of control as yo your body position while you sleep or relax. Want to watch TV? No problem, adjust your bed up and your mattress will follow. The reason you need a special mattress like this one to pair with the adjustable base is that mattresses are not typically meant to be contourted or bent in shape due to the rigid support systems and their associative frames. The end result is that there are actually very few adjustable mattresses available on the market with this being one of the only ones from such an established retailer that features late as a comfort layer.
Let's look at the layers that make up the mattress, you know, since we're here anyway.
Starting with that support layer and you get 1000 pocket springs which are pocketed and work individually to contour to your body as you move in your sleep. The pocket spring system is the best is it's kind, outweighing reflex foam and open coil traditional spring units of lesser quality, albeit at a lower cost.
Onto the comfort layer and you've got generous helpings of deep latex. What makes this great is that it has most of the same positive feeling that pushes so many to memory foam, but with non of the downsides. Unlike memory foam latex is breathable and unlike memory foam you won't find yourself getting far too hot at night. It really is a fantastic material and probably a joint first place finish only being equalled by gel which is another personal favourite of mine.
Finally, what does it feel like to sleep on? Thankfully this mattress comes in medium firmness. This is great because it makes it suitable for the average person by offering enough back and neck support for back sleepers, combined with enough sinkage and softness for side sleepers. There's more than enough swing in this mattress tension that we generally recommend it for most use-cases. If you find yourself sleeping on your back and with back and neck pain, you would perhaps get away with one-rung higher on the firmness scale, in this case, a medium firm tension, but otherwise this should suffice.
Reasons to Buy
The pros for me are that it's single sided, saving you money in cost savings and time in having to flip the mattress every few months.The reality is that manufacturers are using better and more consumer focussed materials that are both durable and hard wearing and so the day's of needing a mattress with fillings on both sides in order to give one side a break while you utilise the other is somewhat redundant. There will always be the argument that more surface area helps prolong life but provided you utilise the included turning handles and keep up with a modest regime of rotating the mattress (head to toe), you'll be able to prevent any uneven settlement that would otherwise cause dips to form in the long term usage, thereby eliminating the settlement issues that required double sided mattresses to begin with.
Reasons to Avoid
It is genuinely hard to find any cons with this mattress. It utilises my favourite spring system, my favourite support layer and comes from a brand that is renowned for quality and has a great history behind it. What's more the price point is cheaper than most other adjustable mattresses.