GREAT SUPPORT & BETTER MOVEMENT
Our Posture Pro range is made of Pocket springs which are individually fabric wrapped pocket coils that can move independently of each other. These Pocket Springs are further designed in horizontal zones with varying pressure to offer better support to body pressure points.
Ergonomically supports your body posture
Keeps the spine aligned by distributing the body weight
Provides minimal partner disturbance.
The design of the Posture pro® pocket spring allows each individual spring to work totally independent of its neighbour. This provides you with many benefits such as better body contouring and the minimisation of movement transfer through the mattress.
While you sleep, Posture pro® Pocket Springs make sure you maintain the ideal sleeping position and lessen the development of pressure points. Our cutting-edge spring technology is essential for providing the highest level of comfort and support while you sleep.
Pocket springs are individual springs placed in little pockets of cloth, tucked under the padding of the mattress top. The individual springs allow for some extra movement in the mattress. A larger number of springs usually translates to more comfort.
What is the difference between pocket spring and Bonnell spring?
A pocket spring mattress is the better option for pressure relief. As every spring moves independently to shape and contour your body. This reduces pressure and pain. Bonnell springs, on the other hand, are firmer and do not adjust to your body weight or shape.
What are the pros of pocketed spring mattress?
Durable materials and superior comfort to traditional innerspring systems. Cons: Sleepers should be equally as interested in the foam that is wrapped around the coil system - if that is low quality, the bed still may be uncomfortable.
How often should you change a pocket spring mattress?
Between seven to ten years
for example, a pocket sprung mattress has an average life expectancy of between seven to ten years, memory foam mattresses should also be changed at around the 7 or 8 year mark.