Affordable, well-rounded support and a firm comfort feel - In a nutshell, that's what you can expect from the Restonic Firm Orthopaedic King bed.
Three foam layers comprise the comfort as shown in the product photo, two comfort foams and a strategically placed Smart Active foam layer. An eco-friendly dura pad is placed between the mattress comfort layers and the spring system, preventing any possibility of spring-feel. Placed on top of the three foam layers is another layer, this one made up of soft fibre for a well-rounded mattress feel.
A natural bamboo ticking is used to cover the mattress, providing a natural way to protect against dust mites and bedbugs.
Bonnel Spring System: Most of the mattress market is made up of either a Bonnel spring unit or some version of it. It's well tried and tested spring which has been around for a while. Many have adopted the basic hourglass shape design and made their own modifications, further progressing the basic spring, adding more turns to the coil or by using electromagnetism in order to rearrange the spring's constituents for a longer lasting supportive feel.
Mervelous Middle Technology: Probably one of the better, if not possibly best solutions to "center-third support", the Marvelous Middle used in this Restonic Firm Orthopaedic King bed is a fairly simple design to understand. Four very high-density foam pads are horizontally slid through the Bonnel coils to create an additional strengthen middle support structure. These foam bars provides the necessary strengthening needed to support the uneven balance of weight distribution of the human body when laying on the mattress.
Its rather simple, yet clever design allows for an affordable bed one can trust will deliver the necessary firm comfort and steady support one expects from a good night's rest. Another notable feature of the mattress is the foam encasement around the mattress, providing a firmer mattress edge for a greater sleeping surface.
In terms of people who would buy this bed, well ideally I could imagine this purchase being made for kids or as a guest bedroom mattress, but most certainly not discouraging this from a main bedroom option - It's just that generally people seem to prefer a few more bells and whistles on their main bedroom bed, which simply comes down to a comfort-factor anyways.
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