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A pocket sprung mattress is a mattress that contains hundreds, often thousands of individual springs, each sewn into its own pocket of fabric.
These springs operate independently of one another, respond to your weight, shape, movement and sleeping position, by providing support without redistributing motion and offering improved contouring to the body. In addition, the ability of the individual springs to distribute weight leads to less dipping of the mattress over time. As a detailed extension to our Mattress Buying Guide, we look at some of the key features of this mattress type.
Pocket sprung mattresses generally have 1,000 to 2,000 individual springs, and more in some cases where the use of mini spring or layer technology results in a higher spring count. Higher spring counts are achieved by layering mini springs.
We recommend getting a mattress with the highest spring count you can, according to your budget. Generally speaking, the higher the spring count of the mattress you’re sleeping on, the better as an increased number of springs offers greater support which in turn can reduce aches and pains and improve the quality of sleep. The more pocket springs you’re sleeping on, the better.
1) Long lastingThanks to the use of the series of individual coils, pocket sprung mattresses offer even weight distribution across the mattress, reducing the formation of a dip or sag in your mattress, offering 8-10 years of comfort and support
The average lifespan for a pocket sprung mattress is around 8-10 years.
Pocket sprung mattresses are incredibly popular in Ireland, despite being more expensive than some options, a long lifespan, excellent support and superior motion isolation means the pocket sprung mattress strikes the perfect balance between price and quality. Remember, as a rule of thumb, the higher the spring count, the better!