The Comfort 1200 mattress has a combination of a supportive core topped with luxurious fillings. It is bound to tick every box in your search for the best pocket sprung mattress. The added vents to the mattress border allows air to freely circulate deep within its interior – wicking away any moisture from your skin for a cooler, fresher feel.
- 1,200 individual pocket springs finely tuned to meet your unique comfort needs
- Topped with the softest wool to help regulate your body temperature
- Supportive Anti-Roll edge
- Hand-tufted with woollen rosettes for the perfect finish
- Hand Crafted in Yorkshire
Comfort 1200 Mattress Sizes and Prices
4ft – £499
4ft6 – £499
5ft – £549
6ft – N/A
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NBF Approved Product
Peace of mind and reassurance. The manufacturer of this item is an approved member of the National Bed Federation’s Code of Practice.
You spend a third of your life in bed, so it’s vital that you make the right choice.
Shop smarter by following these helpful tips:
- Try, try and try it again! There is no substitute for lying on mattresses when selecting the
right one for you. You wouldn’t buy a new car without taking it for a test drive first – and
you’ll be spending even more time in your bed! So wear comfortable clothes, remove
your coat and shoes and lie on the bed for quite a long time – at least 10 minutes
(preferably more). Adopt your normal sleeping position and lie on your side as well as
- Always shop together if the bed’s for two, to ensure you are both happy with your
- Set aside enough time to do the job properly. Don’t shop when you’re tired or rushed –
you run the risk that the beds will all feel wonderful.
- Correct support depends on your weight, height, build and even preferred sleeping
position. Ideally, the mattress should mould to the shape of your body while remaining
supportive. When you lie on your side your spine should be horizontal. You should be
able to turn fairly easily. As a general rule, the heavier you are, the firmer the tension
you will need. You don’t necessarily need a hard bed if you have a bad back.
- Comfort is very subjective. Some people like the sensation of being cocooned in a bed;
others prefer to lie on top of them. Back sleepers may like a firmer feel than people who
sleep on their sides. There are lots of different “feels” around – you can choose what
works best for you.
I hope this has helped. Most of our mattresses are on display in the store for you to try before you buy, so why not pop along and give them a try!