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It’s confusing being faced with so many mattress options these days. It’s hard where to even start with all those different types!
At crazypricebeds, we have kept it simple and we offer a small core range of mattresses. Most importantly, at low affordable prices without compromising on quality. We ensure all our mattresses are SATRA tested and certified, flame retardant, hypoallergenic and anti-dust mite.
Our mattresses are vacuum rolled, (excluding the budget single) which is great because it means:
We want to ensure you get the best sleep possible without the fuss.
So, without further ado, we would like to introduce our no-nonsense mattress range.
Pocket Sprung mattresses are the best you can buy in terms of quality and comfort, and so makes it the number 1 choice for our customers.
We combine the best of the best, and included a layer of superior memory foam on top, to ensure the greatest comfort and longevity of your mattress.
The combination of individual pocket springs topped with a sumptuous layer of pure memory foam means that this mattress offers a high level of individual support and comfort by adapting perfectly to the shape of your body.Shop now
A pocket sprung mattress system is made up of individual springs, each sewn into its own pocket of fabric. This provides much more support, as the pocket springs work independently of each other compared to an open coil mattress, where the springs move as one unit.
(This means a pocket sprung mattress wont sag in the middle over time like a traditional open coil mattress.)
Pros:Pocket springs move independently to support your body, offering high, even levels of support. It also means you are much less likely to be disturbed by your partners movements. They are less likely to be as warm as memory foam mattresses, as the materials allow your skin to breathe.
Cons:They are the most expensive option, but definitely worth it.
A hugely popular choice, our memory foam mattresses are made up of a thick base layer of high density supportive foam, topped with a layer of luxury pure memory foam.
The outer cover helps regulate temperature & is breathable, helping keep your body cool, giving a more comfortable night’s sleep.Shop now
Memory foam mattresses almost need no introduction. But since we are here..
Since the material, (originally developed by NASA for astronaut use) has become available for the consumer market, it has become one of the most popular mattress options to date.
It’s incredible material is made of billions of viscoelastic cells, which respond to your temperature and weight. When warmed up, it moulds to your body, which then allows your spine to stay in a natural position and supports evenly. This helps to assist in the reduction of tossing and turning, and promoting a deeper sleep.
Pros:The way the foam moulds to the body helps absorb weight and take pressure off the joints and allowing the spine to stay in a natural position. Memory foam mattresses do not need turning like traditional mattresses.
Cons:The moulding and sinking properties of the foam can feel warm. Memory foam can feel odd, so it can be a bit like marmite for some!
Our orthopaedic mattress features the traditional bonnell spring system commonly used in most spring mattresses. However with our orthopaedic mattress the springs used are thicker 13.5 gauge springs, and the whole spring system is encapsulated in layers of supportive foam. The mattress also features a soft, stitched breathable cover.Shop now
The spring system is a Bonnell spring system which is one of the most common types of spring units for mattresses.
It has springs which are hour glass shaped and these are linked from top to bottom by a spiral wire which runs across the finished unit.
Pros:A fairly simple and traditional solution providing great value for money. They offer a bit more ‘bounce’ & are less firm than other mattresses. They are light and less bulky than other mattresses, so easier to turn.
Cons:Coil systems wear out a bit quicker than other mattress types. The continuous system means the coils move as one unit, so there’s slightly less support compared to others.