There are number of pros and cons with open coil mattresses, which vary in importance depending on what you’re looking for.
Pros: Open coils provide excellent support and are used for most orthopaedic mattresses due to their firmness. They tend to have more ‘give’ than pocket sprung mattresses, and are lighter and therefore easier to turn. Investing in an open coil mattress with an inbuilt memory foam topper will give a superior level of extra comfort.
Cons: Not as robust as other mattresses and can be known to ‘dip’ in the middle after prolonged use. Open coiled bedding can also lead to the ‘roll-together’ feeling for couples, and you will feel the movement of your partner.
An open coil/spring mattress has larger springs which are all connected via wires. What is the difference you ask? Well with an open coil mattress, because all of the springs are connected, whichever way you move the entire mattress will move as well. This isn’t great for couples who tend to toss and turn within the night as if one person turns the whole mattress will move.
These are great mattresses for children, lasting around 3-5 years before needing to be replaced.
|Size||£ From||£ To|
|2’6″ / 3′ 0″||59.95||229.95|
|4′ 0″ / 4’6″||99.95||299.95|