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Why choose a pocket sprung mattress

Pocket sprung mattresses have individual springs wrapped in fabric to hold them in place and prevent the springs from rolling together. These springs move separately, allowing the mattress to form around your body’s contours.

Consider that a standard mattress has 325 springs while a pocket sprung mattress has up to 3000 springs. This ensures that they accommodate for every body shape and size.Pocket sprung mattresses are renowned for their quality and durability, and are designed to last you between 8-10 years.

A pocket sprung mattress is a good choice if there is a big weight and size difference between you and your partner. The individual springs will adapt to both of your weights simultaneously, so you won’t roll or lift in your sleep due to your partner’s movements. 

Pocket sprung mattresses >

Pocket Sprung Mattress Benefits

  • Ideal if there's a size difference between you and your partner, as it reduces the risk of ‘roll-together’ during sleep.
  • Individual small springs situated in separate fabric pockets respond to your body shape and weight for a luxurious level of comfort and support.
  • Sides of mattress stitched for high quality, strong, stable edges.

Other types of sprung mattresses

Continuous open coil mattresses

Made from a single looped wire that runs from the head to the foot of the bed, the springs move as one unit in this mattress. This approach ensures the springs don’t fall through the slatted base, giving the mattress complete support. The coils also generally have a higher spring count than ordinary open coil springs.