Comfort is very subjective. There are lots of different "feels" so we recommend you try a few out and see which feels best. Here's a guide to our number snugness ratings.
Best for side sleepers
If you sleep on your side and like the feeling of being cocooned these may be your best option.
Best for sleeping in several positions
If you change positions whilst you sleep from your side to your back or are a side sleeper who prefers a firmer feel.
Best for back or side sleepers
If you change positions whilst you sleep from your side to your back.
Best for back or front sleepers
If you prefer to sleep on your back or on your front you may prefer these mattresses which offer the right support.
❺ Extra Firm
Best for back sleepers
Our firmest level of support also sometims referred to as an orthopaedic mattress offers very firm support.
|Single||90cm × 190cm||3'0" × 6'3"|
|Small Double||120cm × 190cm||4'0" × 6'3"|
|Double||135cm × 190cm||4'6" × 6'3"|
|King Size||150cm × 200cm||5'0" × 6'6"|
|Super King||180cm × 200cm||6'0" × 6'6"|
This type of mattress is made from individual, small springs housed in their own pocket of fabric. This means each spring moves independently, providing more support than open spring mattresses.
Gel mattresses use foam that contains gel in the product’s support system, upholstery layers or both. The gel is added to the foam using different types of technology. The gel foam can offer consumers different comfort, feel and heat dissipation features.
Memory foam mattresses use a high-density polyurethane foam as the support system, in the upholstery layer or both. This foam contours closely to the shape of the sleeper.
Latex mattresses use latex foam as the support system, in the upholstery layers or both. Latex may be made from plant- or petroleum-based materials.