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Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress

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Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress

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Mattress Firmness Rating

8

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Product Details


  • DISCONTINUED


  • Fibre Fillings.

  • Superb Quality.

  • Non Turn Mattress

  • Rotate Only
  • Cooling Cover Material.

  • Hypoallergenic.

  • Suitable for use on bedsteads.

  • 5 Year Guarantee.

  • Depth: 33cm

  • FREE Delivery.

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Product Description

THIS ITEM IS NOW DISCONTINUED.

Myers is well known for producing firmer feeling, supportive and very durable beds and mattresses. This new collection is no different, and the Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 is among the most popular. This mattress is built around a Pocket Spring unit, and has a deep pad of fibre fillings applied, ensuring this mattress is perfect for those wanting a firmer feel, comfortable night's sleep.

Myers introduced this new collection to highlight what was possible with their new machinery and materials, and the results do not disappoint. The Pocket Springs in this mattress (1000) are made to the highest standard, and are designed to work like pistons. As weight pressure is applied, the spring will compress exactly as required, ensuring the body gets the support and comfort it needs. These springs are removed from one another, and sat inside a fabric 'pocket' to ensure there is no interaction between the springs, which would result in a compromise in the support offered.

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Available in the following sizes:
  • Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress 3' Single
  • Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress 4' Small Double
  • Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress 4'6 Double
  • Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress 5' Kingsize
  • Myers Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 Mattress 6' Super Kingsize

THIS ITEM IS NOW DISCONTINUED.

Myers is well known for producing firmer feeling, supportive and very durable beds and mattresses. This new collection is no different, and the Myerpaedic Ortho Pocket 6000 is among the most popular. This mattress is built around a Pocket Spring unit, and has a deep pad of fibre fillings applied, ensuring this mattress is perfect for those wanting a firmer feel, comfortable night's sleep.

Myers introduced this new collection to highlight what was possible with their new machinery and materials, and the results do not disappoint. The Pocket Springs in this mattress (1000) are made to the highest standard, and are designed to work like pistons. As weight pressure is applied, the spring will compress exactly as required, ensuring the body gets the support and comfort it needs. These springs are removed from one another, and sat inside a fabric 'pocket' to ensure there is no interaction between the springs, which would result in a compromise in the support offered.

This Myers mattress is a turnable mattress - once per Season - and has a deep layer of fibre fillings on the sleeping surfaces, which is breathable and comfortable. The surface of this mattress is hand tufted, a skilled job which sees the fillings bound in place to the core of the mattress, keeping the fillings in place and also ensuring a precise level of firmness at all times. This Myers mattress has a high quality damask fabric to add to the comfort on offer. This fabric has also been selected for it's durability.

This bed has the option of 3 colours (Granite, Mist and Taupe) and you can select from a standard base height (40cm) or a shallow option (32cm). There are also the options of drawer combinations and now an Ottoman base, which is built to the highest standards and uses only the strongest components and parts.

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Product Specification

Additional Information

  • Product Type Mattress
  • Quilted No
  • Spring Type Pocket Sprung
  • Guarantee 5
  • Mattress Depth 30cm +
  • Mattress Type Tufted
  • Turnable No-Turn
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5 Year Guarantee

This item is completely covered for the number of years stated above. Any faults reported in the Guarantee period will result in no cost to you whatsoever.

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We deliver on the day of your choice.

  • Mattresses & Divan Beds: 2-3hr time window. 1hr notice. Delivered to room of choice, unpacked.
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Glossary

  • Fibre
  • Fillings
  • Memory Foam
  • Orthopaedic
  • Pocket Sprung
  • Pressure Points
  • Quilted / Micro Quilted

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Glossary

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Quilted / Micro Quilted

    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.