- Individually hand made
- 1500 x 7 inch 17 gauge Steel carbon nickel alloy ionically treated UK manufactured long life pocket springs. (see mattress info)
- 1 x 6 gauge steel rod, in addition to 6 gauge flat band steel for full circumference sidewall support so you can sleep right up to the edge and avoid sidewall springs noise and failure.
- Hand tufted x 25. Guaranteed not to come off using a wool rosette felt pad and securing plastic T piece over ring if these come off as you may have seen on mattresses the fillings can move and you end up with a lumpy mattress they serve a vital role so don't dismiss them and avoid felt pad only secured tufting.
- 2 handles per side. This is a non turn mattress but it is worth rotating to extend it's life and ensure even settling of the comfort layer.
- 10inc depth
- 1 x 50mm 1200g superbond deep pad over the spring unit as support layer between springs and top comfort layer (stops springs wearing comfort layer prolonging life and performance of the mattress).
- 2 x dense mixed natural fibre pads with 20mm Vitafoam reflex foam
- 1 x 300gram hypoallergenic New Zealand lambswool covering entire sleep surface.
- 4 x brass ventilators (we used to be suspicious of there contribution but push down fast above one and you can feel the air flow)
Super comfortable medium mattress with a pillow top feel but medium support if you want a firm version please ask us if you are over 13 stone and want med to firm we recommend a firmer version.More info >
A high specification mattress with only high quality materials used as you may have noticed this is a big subject for us, as far as we are concerned specs are nothing without quality of materials and transparent information. So when we specify wool we will tell you if it is full sleep surface or partial and weight of material used which manufacturers and retailers are not legally bound to do.
It took 3 years for Healthbeds to source the natural filings for this mattress. The reason is that a cornerstone of all Healthbeds products means they must be hypoallergenic and natural fillings are not naturally and it requires extensive washing processes to make them so. Repeatedly suppliers sent hypoallergenic samples only to be tested by Sheffield University on behalf of Healthbeds and to subsequently fail. A new Zealand supplier after all this time came up trumps and the wentworth went into production.