Bonnell springs are the traditional hard springs that are used for decades in mattress production. They are placed in the middle of the mattress and are connected with each other with a helical wire something that makes them less receptive to pressure. Mattresses with Bonnell springs are usually harder and although they provide support to your spine, they lack of anatomic features.
Pocketed springs are springs which are placed in a fabric pocket (hence their name). They are usually soft springs which are not connected with each other something that lets them move independently in order to apply different pressure to different parts of your body. Pocketed springs mattresses adapt perfectly to your body movements and are ideal for couples since the impact of one person’s sleep on the other’s sleep is drastically reduced.
Because back or medical problems can vary from person to person and because we are not doctors, we strongly believe that is better for someone suffering from back pain to get the advice of a doctor or physiotherapist regarding the hardness of their mattress. Every problem requires a different approach and only an expert can advise you on what mattress you should buy.
Children 3-12 years of age should avoid very soft mattresses since their body needs to provide support to their spine as they grow up.
- always use a washable mattress protector in order to keep your mattress clean from stains and dirt
- don’t place your mattress in a broken, different size or a slatted base where the slats have a distance between them that is bigger than 7cm (we suggest a maximum distance of 5cm)
- be sure to turn your mattress from side to side and from end to end at least once every three months (during the first three months of your purchase we suggest turning it every 2-3 weeks)
- more suggestions you can find in our „Care Your Mattress” instruction which you can find on all of our mattresses.