Read Full Review
Make 36 payments of £19.52.
18+, T&C apply, Credit subject to status.
Frequently Asked Questions
Enjoy a 60 night sleep trial on this mattress
Not happy with your purchase? We’ll swap it for you. Full peace of mind that your next mattress will be perfect for you!
- Super Soft
- Medium Soft
- Medium Firm
- Extra Firm
- 1000 Pocket Springs.
- Luxury Dunlopillo Latex.
- Pillow Top Layer.
- Cotton Rich Foundation Support.
- Wool and Silk Layer.
- Supportive Fibre Layer.
- Internal Tufting Sytem.
- No Turn Mattress.
- 10-Year Guarantee.
- Mattress Depth: 34cm.
- FREE 2-Man Delivery.
|Sleep Trial||60 Nights|
|Spring Type||Pocket Sprung|
|Max Slat Gap||7cm apart|
|Free Delivery?||Yes (not offshore)|
|Add Disposal?||Yes in checkout|
|Mattress Depth||30cm +|
Superior Comfort for Dreamy Slumbers At the heart of the Relyon Eco-Latex bed lies its breakthrough latex foam core. Derived from the sap of the rubber tree, the latex provides remarkable elasticity and resilience. Imagine lying down and feeling immediate relief as the mattress contours to your body, offering optimal spinal alignment and pressure point relief. With the Eco-Latex, we bring you the epitome of comfort without compromising the planet.
Breathability Like No Other Wave goodbye to those sweaty, restless nights. The Eco-Latex comes with an open-cell structure, allowing for excellent airflow. The latex core wicks away moisture and dissipates heat, ensuring a cool and dry sleep environment. Rest assured, you'll be sleeping on air.
Aesthetically Pleasing and Eco-Friendly Crafted for those who care for the planet as much as their comfort, the Eco-Latex boasts eco-conscious features. The latex is sustainably harvested, and the bed itself is framed with FSC-certified timber. To top it off, the elegant tufted cover is made from organic cotton, making it soft to the touch and easy on the conscience.
Built to Last Durability is a hallmark of the Relyon brand, and the Eco-Latex is no exception. Latex inherently resists sagging and indentation, giving you a mattress that stays 'like new' for years. The robust wooden frame provides a solid foundation, designed to offer steadfast support night after night.
Effortless Maintenance If you dread the thought of mattress upkeep, you'll love the Eco-Latex. Its hypoallergenic properties make it resistant to dust mites and allergens. Plus, the removable cover is washable, making hygiene maintenance a breeze.
The Final Word The Relyon Eco-Latex bed transcends traditional sleeping solutions. It’s an investment in not just better sleep, but a better world too. Experience it for yourself, and prepare to redefine your expectations of what a bed can be.
Measurements weights and dimensions of Dunlopillo Eco-Latex:
|Single||90cm (3ft)||190cm (6'3")||36cm (14")||25kg|
|Double||135cm (4'6")||190cm (6'3")||36cm (14")||37kg|
|Kingsize||150cm (5')||200cm (6'6")||36cm (14")||44kg|
|Superking||180cm (6')||200cm (6'6")||36cm (14")||53kg|
Please note; if this Dunlopillo Latex mattress is used on a slatted base, the slats cannot be more than 7cm apart.
*offshore areas may incur additional shipping feeds.
Read Relyon Eco-Latex Mattress Reviews. 1
- Very comfortable but quite heavy!Lovely mattress. We've always had Dunlopillo latex beds and this one did not disappoint. We're thrilled. It is heavy though so its a good job you do not need to turn it over.Verified Buyer
Frequently Asked Questions - 4
Does this Dunlopillo mattress have to be used on a slatted bed?
How long is a Dunlopillo mattress guarantee?
Do you deliver the Relyon Eco-Latex Mattress to the room of choice?
Where is this Latex Mattress made?
Choose your delivery date at Checkout!
We deliver on the day of your choice.
Recycling of your old mattress can be chosen at the checkout.
Mattresses & Beds
2-3hr time window the day prior to delivery.
Delivery to the room of choice, unpack option can be chosen in checkout.
Pillows & smaller items
1hr delivery slot. Delivery to the door.
15 Year Guarantee
This item is completely covered for the 15-Years.
Any faults reported in the Guarantee period will result in a replacement for you, pending confirmation of the fault by the manufacturer. A like-for-like replacement will be offered. This could mean costs are applicable if the replacement newer model is more expensive.
At MyNextMattress, we also go a step further and will offer you the choice of any item on our website, not just a like-for-like replacement from the same manufacturer. We will also cover the delivery costs of the exchange for you at no charge (some offshore delivery costs may apply).
Think you have a fault or defect with your item? Please get in touch and we will respond straight away with the next steps.
My Next Mattress Guarantees
15 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.
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.
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.
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.
- 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.
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.
- Turn / No Turn
Some mattresses require turning over, to aid even settlement. Others do not require turning, but will still require rotating.
Customers also viewed these...
Price Match Promise
If you find a better price, we will beat it by £5.
In the unlikely event that you find a price better than ours, worry not - we'll beat it!
This promise extends from pre-ordering right up to the day of delivery!
We watch our competitors prices and pride ourselves on being the most competitive online. Therefore, if you don't have the time to hunt around for the best price, order with us and we'll honour our price match promise until you have taken delivery of your order. This leaves you safe in the knowledge that you will take delivery as fast as possible, for the lowest price possible!
Also, we do genuinely like to know if our prices are being beaten, so please let us know!