Comfort has just been reinvented
Could the new Airflow mattress range be the key to a good night’s sleep?
Considering that most of us spend around one third of our lives in bed, it makes sense to make our time there as comfortable as possible. But what’s the best way to do that? Drinking a glass of warm milk beforehand? Wearing a sleep mask? No, the single most important factor to enjoying a good night’s sleep is the quality of your mattress.
That’s why when news got around Bensons for Beds HQ that a new series of mattresses promising a ‘comfort revolution’ were being released, us self-confessed bed boffins were excited to know just how they would make bedtime even better.
What sets the new Airflow mattress apart from the rest
The new Airflow range has pocket springs encapsulated in posturetex foam to provide unmatched comfort and support. The double depth foam layer responds to body heat and weight to perfectly complement your body shape, as it moulds you into the bed to ensure you never feel any lumps or bumps. And the comfort doesn’t stop there, as the addition of the pocket spring unit relieves pressure on your body and minimises the need to turn during the night.
Allergy sufferers will be happy to know that the mattress’s soft white fibre pad not only offers softness and resilience, but is also dust free. And while you breathe easy, so too will the mattress as its Airflow circulation system increases its breathability to bring you cool comfort night after night, something which is further supported by the temperature control system that is embedded into the mattress.
The Airflow mattress range comes in three options: 2000, 5000 and 7000 which offer you varying amounts of pocket springs and support. Plus, the difference between the three options is the layer size of the foam. The Airflow 5000 Plus has a double depth layer while the Airflow 7000 Plus has a triple layer, allowing you to choose from various levels of comfort and support.