The Pocket Spring
Pocket innersprings are masters of flexibility: By placing the springs in individually separated pockets of fabric, rows of springs are produced, which are connected to each other. The springs within their pockets are able to move individually thus creating a high level of ergonomic adaptability and therefore excellent body support.
The Bonnell Spring
A spring, two knots: the Bonnell spring is really an original. Bonnell innersprings are acknowledged to be the ‘classic’ amongst innerspring systems – because
stability and durability never go out of date. Due to their large hollow spaces, Bonnell innersprings have a particularly high air permeability. Therefore, humidity can be released to the outer air easily – providing the optimal climatic conditions within the mattress.
Memory foam uses your body heat to soften and mould to your shape. ... Once pressure is removed, memory foam will bounce back very slowly and over time will remember your body shape and optimal sleeping position, hence the name 'memory'.
Mattress Size Guide