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Harrison Amber 6700

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Harrison Amber 6700

Based on 2 reviews
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Mattress Firmness Rating

6

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Product Details

  • Made in UK.
  • Hand Made.
  • Pocket Springs.
  • HD Titanium Allow Springs.
  • Highly Responsive Spring System.
  • Wool, Cotton & Mohair Fillings.
  • Wool From the Harrison's Farm.
  • Turnable Mattress.
  • Summer / Winter Side.
  • Hand Tufted Mattress.
  • 2 Rows of Side Stitched Borders.
  • High Quality Cover Fabric.
  • Handles and Chrome Breather vents on all sides.
  • 10 Year Guarantee.
  • Mattress Depth: 28cm approx.
  • Base Depth: 38cm approx.
  • FREE Delivery to room of choice.
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The Harrison Beds Amber 6700 is a supremely high quality mattress, made to the very highest standards and by the hands of the experienced and passionate people at one of the UK's longest standing bed manufacturers. Harrison do everything with the same level of detail, which includes producing their own wool on their farm in Yorkshire and even making their own springs. No stone is left unturned when it comes to Harrison Beds' making the best of the best.

The Harrison Amber 6700 is a hand made masterpiece. This mattress has a Pocket Spring unit at it's core, boasting the excellent (and patented) HD springs that Harrison's mattresses have been featuring in recent years. This spring system is very clever indeed, and provides support and comfort that no other spring on the market today can offer. A HD spring is made with a titanium alloy, making them very strong yet light. These springs are crafted in 3 dimensions, meaning the support provided is very precise and carefully considered. This approach also means that air can easily move through the mattress, ... Read more

The Harrison Beds Amber 6700 is a supremely high quality mattress, made to the very highest standards and by the hands of the experienced and passionate people at one of the UK's longest standing bed manufacturers. Harrison do everything with the same level of detail, which includes producing their own wool on their farm in Yorkshire and even making their own springs. No stone is left unturned when it comes to Harrison Beds' making the best of the best.

The Harrison Amber 6700 is a hand made masterpiece. This mattress has a Pocket Spring unit at it's core, boasting the excellent (and patented) HD springs that Harrison's mattresses have been featuring in recent years. This spring system is very clever indeed, and provides support and comfort that no other spring on the market today can offer. A HD spring is made with a titanium alloy, making them very strong yet light. These springs are crafted in 3 dimensions, meaning the support provided is very precise and carefully considered. This approach also means that air can easily move through the mattress, keeping it cool and dry and further enhancing the comfort offered.

The Harrison Amber 6700 has a deep, sumptuous layer of hand applied natural fillings on each sleeping surface. This supremely comfortable pad is sublime! The layers are natural, breathable and of the highest quality. Harrison's use the wool grown on their own farm to be sure the quality is as good as it should be. Wool is naturally great at maintaining a comfortable temperature, but it is also anti dustmite.

This Harrison mattress is tufted by hand. This process is very skilled indeed, and gives the mattress a specific level of firmness, as well as keeping the fillings in place. The process is age old, but requires a very experienced and skilled craftsman or woman to produce the work to the standard Harrison Beds are famous for.

There are two sides to this mattress, a Winter side and a Summer side. Each has a very slightly different blend of fillings, which means this mattress is perfect, no matter the season.

There are handles on the sides of the mattress for ease of movement when required. There are also air vents on the sides of this mattress to help air move freely through. The cover material is a very high quality fabric that is infused with Purotex, which eliminates odours and increases the lifespan of the bed.

There are two rows of hand side stitched borders on the Amber 6700 mattress. This increases the strength of the sidewalls, which is of particular benefit for a Double size or smaller. This process is another skilled one, and sees a cord fixed through the mattress, binding the walls to the core of the mattress.

The base and headboards within the Harrison Beds collection are built to the same exacting standards as the mattress. The Divan base of the Amber 6700 carries 2500 Pocket Springs, as well as ‘True Edge’ technology, increasing the strength of the outer edges of the base, which in turn will stop the feeling of ‘falling out of bed’ and offering support to the mattress right up to the edge of the base. The Divan bases and headboards will be among the finest items of furniture in any household, and are built to last as well as look stunning. There is a great choice of fabric, allowing you to match your new Harrison bed to any bedroom setting.

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  • Quilted No
  • Spring Type Pocket Sprung
  • Guarantee 10
  • Size 3' Single
  • Mattress Depth 30cm +
  • Mattress Type Tufted
  • Turnable Turnable
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Danny - Verified Buyer
Absolutely wonderful nights sleep. We've had ours for 2 months now and could not be happier. Fully recommend this mattress and the service was great too!
super quality
tim - Verified Buyer
I was expecting this to be a second or a faulty mattress because it was so well priced. i need not have worried though as it was wrapped and came brand new. fantastic quality and support and great service. this review of the mattress is after having it for 7 weeks. no negative feedback at all on this mattress.

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Glossary

  • Breathability
  • Cashmere
  • Fibre
  • Fillings
  • Firmness
  • High Loft
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Orthopaedic
  • Pillow Top
  • Pocket Sprung
  • Pressure Points
  • Tufted
  • Tufts
  • Turn / No Turn

Mattresses need to breathe. With the amount of fillings and areas of space within a mattress, they can quickly hold heat and moisture. Over time this can influence the way a mattress behaves and also effect the life span of a mattress. 

Manufacturers have developed different ways of tackling the problem of Breathability in mattresses. Some brands have used vents to allow air to pass through the mattress. Some brands use state-of-the-art materials to cover the mattress, such as Coolmax or Outlast. Memory Foam has a reputation of storing heat and moisture, as foam requires heat to soften up.Memory Foam brands have overcome this problem by applying Coolmax and Outlast, they also use Open Cell technology. This technique is to simply allow the foam to settle with larger spaces between the foam cells. This allows heat and moisture to move freely without getting trapped.

Some mattresses are created in such a way that they do not require any additional Breathability methods. These mattresses are generally the entry level mattresses with Open Coil spring units and not a great deal of fillings.

A luxury filling, Cashmere Wool is normally the reserve of very high quality mattresses. A natural material that is very comfortable and very durable.

Most mattresses will have layers of fillings under the surface to increase comfort and separate the spring units from the surface. The most common fillings used in mattresses are cotton, wool and polyester among others. Mattresses require fillings to create a soft surface tension on which to sleep. The fillings normally compliment the internal spring unit by adding comfort to the support offered (by the spring unit)

The tension of the surface fillings can be tuned by the density in which they are packed as well as by the method in which they are bound together. Tufting results in a slightly firmer feel than quilting.

The fillings of each mattress can differ from one another, but largely they include British Lambs Wool and Cotton. Some also feature Latex, Silk and Cashmere.

MyNextMattress is developing a new and unique solution to the Firmness scale accuracy. Not seen anywhere else in the World, we will be measuring the Firmness of all our mattresses precisely and in detail.

We are the only company in the Country that will actually measure the Firmness of a mattress and give a grading out of 10. We are always aware that choosing your next mattress can be a difficult and time consuming process, therefore we strive to give as much information as possible on every mattress we sell.

The way our system works is by applying weight to a mattress. We will apply weight gradually and measure the amount the mattress dips. The more weight, the more the mattress will 'sink'. We would then measure the distance the mattress dips and plot these measurements (weight and distance) on a graph. This graph can then be used to tell us the Firmness category the mattress fits into, 7 out of 10 for instance.

Our Firmness Device provides a central rod which we apply weights to, on the bottom end there is a disc which pushes into the mattress. The top of this rod supports the weights and will sink according to the 'give' in a mattress. We measure from this point.

As a result of this unique technique, it will be possible for you to shop by the firmness of a mattress, this is not possible anywhere else.

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.

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.

Orthopaedic mattresses are usually the firmest mattresses on the market. A common mistake made by those with back pain, is to assume that a firm Orthopaedic mattress will be the solution. Personal comfort and a correct diagnosis of the cause of the pain should always be saught before purchasing an Orthopaedic mattress. 

Many brands have 'Ortho' mattresses. Terms used include 'Backcare' or 'Orthocare' and the theme is generally to produce a firmer feeling mattress. The idea is to create a mattress that the body can rest on without sinking in and bending the spine, causing pressure to build up. However, if a lighter person lays on a firmer mattress, they will find the spine will not align correctly as the loaded parts of the body (shoulders, hips etc) are not sitting correctly. For more information on the causes of back pain, click here or read about another solution in the Zoning description.

A pillow top mattress is a relatively new development in the bedding industry. Originally the technique applied to the more expensive mattresses, the technique has been perfected to such an extent that the prices have fallen the Pillow Top is much more widely available. Known as the Euro Top by American retailers, the design was originally on the wider market a few years ago, and is now a common site in bedrooms around the World. The idea is to separate the surface fillings from the core of the mattress itself. This results in more support and more comfort. Many traditional mattresses fasten the surface fillings to the spring unit in the mattress. A Pillow Top mattress has a distinct separate layer for the fillings and therefore reacts independently to the spring unit, resulting in less dipping and a solid feel. The technique also offers greater edge-to-edge support.

Pillow tops can take many forms nowadays. A deep layer on the surface which contains memory foam. Another technique of Pillow Top mattress is the Silentnight Treasure mattress. A shallower, quilt like style. All in all, this type of mattress is continuing to go from strength to strength and would appear to be here to stay.

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.

Pressure Points are created in the body when lying on a mattress which is not suitable for a persons physique. The Pressure Points are caused by putting stresses through the body. When the spine is not aligned correctly (i.e, straight), it can cause pressure to build up in the back, hips or shoulders (etc).

When a bed is too soft, the body sinks in, causing certain areas to be under the strain of the rest of the body. When a mattress is too hard/firm, then the weight applied can cause the body to flex/bend in the opposite way - causing a similar problem. Hips, shoulders and so on, are requried to be sunken into the mattress slightly more than the surrounding areas, as they carry the weight. When this is not the case, the lower back may be bent to compensate. The ideal mattress is one which will keep the spine straight.

Tufting is a traditional and highly successful way of finishing a mattress surface. The end result makes the mattress appear to have dimples, or buttons dipping into the surface. This technique is designed to hold the surface materials together and to fix them to the core of the mattress to prevent the layers moving over time. A modern method is Spiral Tufting, which involves fixing the surface to the fillings and spring unit.

The actual tuft is usually made from a cotton felt material and is fastened by a cotton or wool chord to the spring unit, in most cases. A tufted mattress will normally have a firmer surface than a non-tufted/quilted surface. The reason for this is that the Tufting process actually holds the surface material and underlying fibre layers tightly together. This will create a tighter, firmer feel than a quilted mattress.

This is the dimple like way of binding the various layers of the mattress together. A cord is fasted from the bottom of the mattress to the top, and held tightly in place.

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

Glossary

  • Breathability

    Mattresses need to breathe. With the amount of fillings and areas of space within a mattress, they can quickly hold heat and moisture. Over time this can influence the way a mattress behaves and also effect the life span of a mattress. 

    Manufacturers have developed different ways of tackling the problem of Breathability in mattresses. Some brands have used vents to allow air to pass through the mattress. Some brands use state-of-the-art materials to cover the mattress, such as Coolmax or Outlast. Memory Foam has a reputation of storing heat and moisture, as foam requires heat to soften up.Memory Foam brands have overcome this problem by applying Coolmax and Outlast, they also use Open Cell technology. This technique is to simply allow the foam to settle with larger spaces between the foam cells. This allows heat and moisture to move freely without getting trapped.

    Some mattresses are created in such a way that they do not require any additional Breathability methods. These mattresses are generally the entry level mattresses with Open Coil spring units and not a great deal of fillings.

  • Cashmere

    A luxury filling, Cashmere Wool is normally the reserve of very high quality mattresses. A natural material that is very comfortable and very durable.

  • Fibre

    Most mattresses will have layers of fillings under the surface to increase comfort and separate the spring units from the surface. The most common fillings used in mattresses are cotton, wool and polyester among others. Mattresses require fillings to create a soft surface tension on which to sleep. The fillings normally compliment the internal spring unit by adding comfort to the support offered (by the spring unit)

    The tension of the surface fillings can be tuned by the density in which they are packed as well as by the method in which they are bound together. Tufting results in a slightly firmer feel than quilting.

  • Fillings

    The fillings of each mattress can differ from one another, but largely they include British Lambs Wool and Cotton. Some also feature Latex, Silk and Cashmere.

  • Firmness

    MyNextMattress is developing a new and unique solution to the Firmness scale accuracy. Not seen anywhere else in the World, we will be measuring the Firmness of all our mattresses precisely and in detail.

    We are the only company in the Country that will actually measure the Firmness of a mattress and give a grading out of 10. We are always aware that choosing your next mattress can be a difficult and time consuming process, therefore we strive to give as much information as possible on every mattress we sell.

    The way our system works is by applying weight to a mattress. We will apply weight gradually and measure the amount the mattress dips. The more weight, the more the mattress will 'sink'. We would then measure the distance the mattress dips and plot these measurements (weight and distance) on a graph. This graph can then be used to tell us the Firmness category the mattress fits into, 7 out of 10 for instance.

    Our Firmness Device provides a central rod which we apply weights to, on the bottom end there is a disc which pushes into the mattress. The top of this rod supports the weights and will sink according to the 'give' in a mattress. We measure from this point.

    As a result of this unique technique, it will be possible for you to shop by the firmness of a mattress, this is not possible anywhere else.

  • High Loft

    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.

  • 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.

  • Orthopaedic

    Orthopaedic mattresses are usually the firmest mattresses on the market. A common mistake made by those with back pain, is to assume that a firm Orthopaedic mattress will be the solution. Personal comfort and a correct diagnosis of the cause of the pain should always be saught before purchasing an Orthopaedic mattress. 

    Many brands have 'Ortho' mattresses. Terms used include 'Backcare' or 'Orthocare' and the theme is generally to produce a firmer feeling mattress. The idea is to create a mattress that the body can rest on without sinking in and bending the spine, causing pressure to build up. However, if a lighter person lays on a firmer mattress, they will find the spine will not align correctly as the loaded parts of the body (shoulders, hips etc) are not sitting correctly. For more information on the causes of back pain, click here or read about another solution in the Zoning description.

  • Pillow Top

    A pillow top mattress is a relatively new development in the bedding industry. Originally the technique applied to the more expensive mattresses, the technique has been perfected to such an extent that the prices have fallen the Pillow Top is much more widely available. Known as the Euro Top by American retailers, the design was originally on the wider market a few years ago, and is now a common site in bedrooms around the World. The idea is to separate the surface fillings from the core of the mattress itself. This results in more support and more comfort. Many traditional mattresses fasten the surface fillings to the spring unit in the mattress. A Pillow Top mattress has a distinct separate layer for the fillings and therefore reacts independently to the spring unit, resulting in less dipping and a solid feel. The technique also offers greater edge-to-edge support.

    Pillow tops can take many forms nowadays. A deep layer on the surface which contains memory foam. Another technique of Pillow Top mattress is the Silentnight Treasure mattress. A shallower, quilt like style. All in all, this type of mattress is continuing to go from strength to strength and would appear to be here to stay.

  • 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.

  • Pressure Points

    Pressure Points are created in the body when lying on a mattress which is not suitable for a persons physique. The Pressure Points are caused by putting stresses through the body. When the spine is not aligned correctly (i.e, straight), it can cause pressure to build up in the back, hips or shoulders (etc).

    When a bed is too soft, the body sinks in, causing certain areas to be under the strain of the rest of the body. When a mattress is too hard/firm, then the weight applied can cause the body to flex/bend in the opposite way - causing a similar problem. Hips, shoulders and so on, are requried to be sunken into the mattress slightly more than the surrounding areas, as they carry the weight. When this is not the case, the lower back may be bent to compensate. The ideal mattress is one which will keep the spine straight.

  • Tufted

    Tufting is a traditional and highly successful way of finishing a mattress surface. The end result makes the mattress appear to have dimples, or buttons dipping into the surface. This technique is designed to hold the surface materials together and to fix them to the core of the mattress to prevent the layers moving over time. A modern method is Spiral Tufting, which involves fixing the surface to the fillings and spring unit.

    The actual tuft is usually made from a cotton felt material and is fastened by a cotton or wool chord to the spring unit, in most cases. A tufted mattress will normally have a firmer surface than a non-tufted/quilted surface. The reason for this is that the Tufting process actually holds the surface material and underlying fibre layers tightly together. This will create a tighter, firmer feel than a quilted mattress.

  • Tufts

    This is the dimple like way of binding the various layers of the mattress together. A cord is fasted from the bottom of the mattress to the top, and held tightly in place.

  • Turn / No Turn

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

Harrison Amber 6700The Harrison Beds Amber 6700 is a supremely high quality mattress, made to the very highest standards and by the hands of the experienced and passionate people at one of the UK's longest standing bed manufacturers. Harrison do everything with the same level of detail, which includes producing their own wool on their farm in Yorkshire and even making their own springs. No stone is left unturned when it comes to Harrison Beds' making the best of the best.The Harrison Amber 6700 is a hand made masterpiece. This mattress has a Pocket Spring unit at it's core, boasting the excellent (and patented) HD springs that Harrison's mattresses have been featuring in recent years. This spring system is very clever indeed, and provides support and comfort that no other spring on the market today can offer. A HD spring is made with a titanium alloy, making them very strong yet light. These springs are crafted in 3 dimensions, meaning the support provided is very precise and carefully considered. This approach also means that air can easily move through the mattress, keeping it cool and dry and further enhancing the comfort offered.The Harrison Amber 6700 has a deep, sumptuous layer of hand applied natural fillings on each sleeping surface. This supremely comfortable pad is sublime! The layers are natural, breathable and of the highest quality. Harrison's use the wool grown on their own farm to be sure the quality is as good as it should be. Wool is naturally great at maintaining a comfortable temperature, but it is also anti dustmite.This Harrison mattress is tufted by hand. This process is very skilled indeed, and gives the mattress a specific level of firmness, as well as keeping the fillings in place. The process is age old, but requires a very experienced and skilled craftsman or woman to produce the work to the standard Harrison Beds are famous for.There are two sides to this mattress, a Winter side and a Summer side. Each has a very slightly different blend of fillings, which means this mattress is perfect, no matter the season.There are handles on the sides of the mattress for ease of movement when required. There are also air vents on the sides of this mattress to help air move freely through. The cover material is a very high quality fabric that is infused with Purotex, which eliminates odours and increases the lifespan of the bed.There are two rows of hand side stitched borders on the Amber 6700 mattress. This increases the strength of the sidewalls, which is of particular benefit for a Double size or smaller. This process is another skilled one, and sees a cord fixed through the mattress, binding the walls to the core of the mattress.The base and headboards within the Harrison Beds collection are built to the same exacting standards as the mattress. The Divan base of the Amber 6700 carries 2500 Pocket Springs, as well as ‘True Edge’ technology, increasing the strength of the outer edges of the base, which in turn will stop the feeling of ‘falling out of bed’ and offering support to the mattress right up to the edge of the base. The Divan bases and headboards will be among the finest items of furniture in any household, and are built to last as well as look stunning. There is a great choice of fabric, allowing you to match your new Harrison bed to any bedroom setting.We deliver the Harrison Amber 6700 to the room of choice - FREE!
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Absolutely wonderful nights sleep. We've had ours for 2 months now and could not be happier. Fully recommend this mattress and the service was great too!
super quality
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I was expecting this to be a second or a faulty mattress because it was so well priced. i need not have worried though as it was wrapped and came brand new. fantastic quality and support and great service. this review of the mattress is after having it for 7 weeks. no negative feedback at all on this mattress.