The Wintour Pocket Sprung Mattress from The Dreams Workshop is one of the latest in a range of mid-tier mattresses to launch for the 2020 season replacing the ever-popular Sigma Mattress.
The Wintour Pocket Spring Mattress has a fair amount of clout for those looking for a medium tension mattress, sporting a modest but respectable 672 pocket springs rather than the cheaper open coil variety you will often find at this price point. The springs help contour around your body and work as the supportive layer of the mattress, crucial for a god nights sleep and for preventing back pain.
Due to the good quality of the spring system used, this mattress is advertised as having preventative 'roll together' avoidance. This is really helpful for couples that share a bed and find themselves stuck in an endless cycle of rolling into the middle, often caused by poor quality and unsupported spring systems and too-soft mattresses.
The Wintour is also produced by expert master craftsman within the UK so you get that warm fuzzy feeling of being able to help support local as well.
In all, there is lot's to enjoy with the new Wintour Pocket Sprung Mattress at a new low price point, built upon the success of an old favourite, we can see this being a great choice for most.
Reviews for the Wintour are strong, with an impressive 500+ reviews at the time of writing. What's extremely comforting to those looking to buy is that this mattress is achieving a genuine 96% consumer satisfaction meaning the vast majority by a long way would recommend this product. Satisfaction has always been a tough one to get right in the mattress industry as tension and comfort is so subjective and hard to digest in online sales, all of which makes that 96% hugely impressive.
Positive reviews have a lot to say with many commenting on how perfect the mattress is for them with absolutely no problems to report with others remarking that it really is a 10/10 product that makes it hard to get up in the morning. I think a lot of what makes this mattress so appealing is it plays everything very safe. A good quality pocket spring support system with a light memory foam comfort layer is rarely going to offend anybody and by creating this combination Dreams have managed to offset a lot of the uncertainty found in other products by giving people exactly what they want at a price that cannot be beaten.
Negative reviews fall into the typical trap of firmness expectations. While there's only a very small handful, you do have people who find the mattress far too soft and also far too firm. The mattress industry does not have any requirements around how they categorise tension which means one retailers tension could be different to another.