Found 24th Jun 2010
What's the difference between a Spring, Micro-coil and Tufted?
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memory foam!

would never go back to a conventional one now.

csiman;8905204

memory foam!would never go back to a conventional one now.



Yip - me too! Bit more expensive but defniitely worth it.

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kaks26;8905222

Yip - me too! Bit more expensive but defniitely worth it.


not really. my kingsize 14 inch mattress (3 inch mem foam) cost £140 delivered from ebay. Its excellent. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Thanks for the alternatives but given the 3 choices above, which one can you recommend?

Out of the 3 above I would go for micro-coil. But as all the others have i would suggest considering memory foam

Hi guys

Need to get a new mattress myself - can anyone recommend a decent brand etc to look for.

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WJUK

Weve got a king silent night micro coil and its superb, its about 5 years old now and hasnt got any less comfortable, its nice and solid plus you can flip it over every couple of months to use the other side.

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ele-font;8905643

Thanks for the alternatives but given the 3 choices above, which one can … Thanks for the alternatives but given the 3 choices above, which one can you recommend?



:lol:

i can highly recommend,,,

tempur.co.uk/

We've just bought a Sleepeezee Backcare Ultimare 2000. The same mattress in 'Dreams' (called 'Cairo' there) was listed at £1150+del, we got it for £378 delivered from bedworld.net

2000 pocketed springs
extra firm springs for added support
4 rows of side stitching
tufted, non turn mattress
upholstery includes wool and cashmere

We tried memory foam but it just didn't work for us.

Open coil mattresses They contain a fantastic all-round spring system that’s ideal for kids’ and adult beds alike.

Continuous spring mattresses They are lump-free, giving you a smooth, responsive feel.

Trizone mattresses These offer more support where you need it most – in the middle of the bed.

Pocket sprung mattresses They contain individual springs held in place by fabric pockets, making them an extremely comfortable and supportive mattress.

Latex mattresses They are made from natural rubber that quickly recovers its shape. It’s also naturally hypoallergenic, so it’s ideal if you suffer from allergies or asthma.

Memory foam mattresses These are made from a clever material that moulds perfectly to your body, relieving pressure points and helping prevent restlessness.

Sprung mattresses They are the most popular kind of mattress, with traditional metal springs inside offering comfortable, effective support. Various types of sprung mattress are available – in general the more springs they contain, the firmer the support.

Micro quilting mattresses They feature a stitched patterned surface for extra comfort.

Deep quilting mattresses The mattresses offer an even more comfortable night’s sleep thanks to deeper layers of quilting.

Cushion top mattresses These have padded fibres woven into the top of the mattress for a sumptuously soft feel
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Pillow top mattresses They have an additional layer of padded fibres on the top of the mattress for the ultimate in luxurious softness.

Tufted mattresses They feel firmer, thanks to tufting from the top through to the bottom of the mattress that holds all the fibres in place.
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