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Octaspring 9500 Mattress

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Product Specification

A supportive mattress that will not dip.
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  • Firm
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  • Medium Firm
  • Firm
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Key Features

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  • 8x More Breathable than Foam.
  • Octaspring Airflow System.
  • Zoned Octaspring System.
  • Supportive Foundation Layer.
  • 3 Zone Octaspring Layer.
  • 5 Zoned Surface Layer.
  • 9cm Deep Latex Layer.
  • Breathable Ecocell Layer.
  • Hypoallergenic.
  • Smart Material Cover.
  • Zipped, Removable Cover.
  • Machine Washable Cover (30deg).
  • 20 Year Warranty.
  • Mattress Depth: 31cm
  • Free 2-man Delivery.

Key Information

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Sleep Trial60 Nights
Spring TypeFoam Springs
Warranty20 Years
Mattress Depth25-30cm
TurnableNo-Turn

Product Description

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The Dormeo Octaspring 9500 is the very top of the range mattress from this relatively new, but hugely popular brand. This mattress is based largely upon the Octaspring 8500, but this mattress has a deep (9cm) Latex Layer on the surface. This mattress has a wonderfully comfortable and yet supportive feel, which we have rated as a 6 / 10.

The 9500 mattress is built with three layers of springs. The foundation layer is created to offer the support, ensuring that the body will have the posture enhancing support it requires - at all times. This foundation layer has springs made from a slightly higher density than other layers and springs, meaning they are more supportive and slightly firmer as a result.

The middle layer of springs in this Dormeo mattress has a 5 Zone specification, which offers the blend of comfort and support. Each zone is specifically created to offer a precise level of support. The lumbar region of the body is the area where most weight is applied to the mattress, and so the body needs more support in this region. These zones work to prevent aches and pains by providing unique levels of support to specific areas.

The upper layer of springs in this Dormeo Octaspring mattress is the softest layer, boasting a 3 Zone system that is created from a low density foam, thus offering the softest feel of the three spring layers. The combination of these three layers is a wonderfully soft, yet supportive feel.

Each layer is separated by a foam layer, and the surface of this mattress is a deep layer of soft Memory Foam. The Octaspring springs are made from Memory Foam, but are made from a 3D design, which was created to allow air to move freely through the core of the mattress. These springs are 8x more breathable than standard memory foam, so this mattress will keep a cool and comfortable temperature at all times. Foam is also used on the side walls of this Dormeo mattress, which adds strength to the mattress overall, but particularly to the edges of the mattress, preventing any 'roll off' and increasing the size of the comfortable sleeping area.

This mattress has a zipped, removable cover, which can be machine washed at 30deg. The cover is a smart material, which further aids the movement of air and moisture, increasing the comfort of the mattress.

We deliver this mattress with our 2-man service and deliver to the room of choice.

Reviews

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5 Reviews

  1. John Ingle Says:
    100%
    Value unrivalled
    We did a LOT of shopping around and finally chose this Octaspring mattress for its value as much as its comfort. It has a massive warranty and so we're confident it is money well spent.
    Verified Buyer
  2. Sharon Turnbull Says:
    80%
    Great quality but floppy!
    Its a great quality mattress, but is hard to move as it is quite a floppy mattress. Fine if there are two of you though.
    Verified Buyer
  3. Barrick Says:
    100%
    Good mattress
    We wanted a Tempur but were worried about Tempur mattresses getting hot. We did some research and tried this in a shop, and we're pleased we did! Much cheaper and it does stay cool!
    Verified Buyer
  4. DEIVYDAS Says:
    100%
    BEST MATTRESS EVER 10+ POINT
    JUST SUPER MATTRESS AND PROBABLY BEST,LATEX IT IS WORK LIKE SHARM,IT IS COOL! SLEEP LIKE BABY :) PRICES IS SUPER !!! LOT OF SAVE THEN BUY FROM DORMEO ! HAPPY OTHERSOME!!!!
    Verified Buyer

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Delivery Information

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Mattresses & Beds

- 2-3hr time window the day prior to delivery.
- Live tracking & 30mins notice.
- Delivery to the room of choice, unpack option can be chosen in checkout.

Pillows & rolled mattresses

- 1hr delivery slot.
- Delivery to the door.

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Glossary

  • Deep Quilting

    Quilting is the stitching technique used to join or attach the mattress' surface layers of fibres to the surface material (the ticking). There are various different techniques which can be used to join these layers, but Quilting is common. Traditionally, Quilting offers a softer surface feel than Tufting as the layers are not held together so tightly. Also see Diamond Stitching or Micro Quilting for variations on Quilting.

  • Foam Encapsulation

    Foam Encapsulation is a recent addition to the bedding market. An idea designed to offer greater edge-to-edge support as well offering greater Bedstead/Slatted base compatibility.

    The idea is simple; Create a spring unit and then sit it in a 'matchbox' of Foam. As you can see in the diagram below, the spring unit is surrounded on all sides by a layer of Memory Foam. This foam gives a solid, stable feel to the mattress and allows the spring unit to be completely separated from the mattresses fillings and cushion. 

    Once the spring unit is set in the foam and the foam glued together, it can be surrounded by fillings and fibre to create the traditional look for a mattress or can be given a Pillow Top for even more comfort.

  • Hypoallergenic

    Put simply, Hypoallergenic materials do not cause the amount of irritation that non-hypoallergenic materials can. Hypoallergenic materials can still cause irritation in some cases, the chances of this are reduced greatly. People with severe allergies and asthma may still have problems with items called hypoallergenic, but the risk is greatly reduced.

    Hypoallergenic materials do not omit the same particles and fibres as other non-hypoallergenic materials. These particles are to blame for causing irritation and discomfort and in some cases the irritation can be dangerous. The Hypoallergenic properties of these materials can be created by number of techniques. Some materials (Memory Foam or Latex) are naturally hypoallergenic, others have been chemically treated.

  • Memory Foam

    Memory Foam was invented by NASA in 1966. The idea was to improve the safety of aircraft cushions, but it was not long before th material was developed further and used in more and more products. Memory Foam is an open cell construction, which reacts to body heat and weight. The more heat applied, the softer the material gets. This, in turn, allows the weight applied to sink deeper. Memory Foam can be made at various densities to result in different tensions/firmnesses.

    The crucial element of Memory Foam is that it softens and moulds to the body shape. This ability allows for very accurate contour support and weight distribution. This ability makes Memory Foam a desirable material for mattresses. Some mattresses are completely Memory Foam, perhaps using different layers of various densities. Some mattresses use Memory Foam to compliment a Spring Unit.

    As Memory Foam requires heat to achieve its desired state, the heat is stored. Some people are not keen on Memory Foam as this heat can gradually build, resulting in a warm bed. However, this stereotype can be seen as outdated, as many manufacturers have solved the issue by applying new techniques to compliment the Foam. Techniques such as Outlast and Coolmax. Memory Foam is also Hypoallergenic and is therefore very popular with Asthma and Allergy sufferers.

  • Pocket Sprung

    Pocket Sprung units are an adaption of the traditional open coil/continuous spring unit. By placing each spring in its own individual 'pocket' (a fabric sock-like pouch), the spring is not joined to any other part of the mattress. The pocket that supports the spring is then joined to its neighbouring pockets and this effect creates a unique feel.

    By creating a spring unit in this way, it allows the springs to move independently, rather than sharing the pressure with surrounding springs. This effect allows for much more accurate contour following and a more comfortable feel overall.

    If you were to push your hand into a traditionally sprung mattress, the area around your hand would dip/sink too. With Pocket Springs, this sunken area is much more remote and therefore more accurately follows the contours of the pressure source. There are differences in the techniques used to create Pocket Springs, but more or less they remain the same.

  • Turn / No Turn

    Some mattresses require turning over, to aid even settlement. Others do not require turning, but will still require rotating.

  • Zoning The idea behind Zoning is to offer support where it is needed. The body has certain areas under pressure when lying flat. Zones are designed to split the mattress into sections and offer some areas more support than others. The end result will be a straight spine and pressure relieved. Some mattresses are split into 3 Zones, some into 5 Zones and some into 7 Zones and so on. The principle areas requiring support (and therefore their own individual Zones) are the head, shoulders, hips and feet.  The spine should remain level as much as possible when lying on a mattress, therefore the areas with the most weight applied should be slightly firmer to allow for the extra loading. At the same time, the surrounding areas need to compensate for this and will not be as firm to allow the spine to remain straight. The Zoning may be created by simply adding more layers of fibres where needed, or a different type of spring in certain areas. In latex or foam mattresses, it is possible to vary the density of the foam or latex to create different tensions where required. Latex mattresses can also be sculpted in certain areas to remove latex and therefore make certain areas softer.

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Rated Excellent - MyNextMattress

RRP £1,999.00 Save £895.00 Now £1,104.00