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Mattress Guide

10 Point Comfort Scale :
MATTRESS BUYS Comfort Scale is based on a 10-point scale from 1 to 10 with 10 being the firmest and 1 being the softest. It is important to understand that the level of comfort of a mattress has nothing to do with the actual support your back receives from the innerspring.

Comfort Scale Rating of 10 
Mattresses with a rating of 10 would provide proper support for your back and give you the feeling of sleeping on the floor. A rating of 1 does not exist in bedding today.

Comfort Scale Rating of 7 to 9 
If you sleep comfortably on your floor, and don't wake up with aches and pains, a mattress with a Comfort Scale rating of 7 to 9 would be ideal for you. These mattresses would feel firm to extremely firm.

Comfort Scale Rating of 7 to 9
Mattresses in this category are great if you are in-between the other comfort ratings or your partner and you are on opposite sides of the Comfort Scale. Mattresses in this range make a great "compromise" mattress. If you don't have a preference, then a Comfort Scale rating of 4.5 to 6.5 would be good for you.

Comfort Scale Rating of 3 to 6
If you find yourself trying to increase the softness of your current mattress with a down feather mattress topper, memory foam or egg crate foam topper or you like the way a waterbed feels - then a mattress with a Comfort Scale rating of 7 to 9 would be ideal for you. These mattresses are soft and are usually pillow tops, but some luxurious plush beds will fall in this category too.

Comfort Scale Rating of 2
A mattress with a rating of 2 provides proper support for your back, but gives you the impression of sleeping on a cloud while relieving pressure points on the shoulders and hips. Mattresses with a 10 rating are the best in comfort and support for persons suffering from arthritic and fibro-myalgia issues. Use the 10 rating as a reference point for the softest mattress you could possibly have.

Your quick reference guide to materials and finishes

Open coil mattresses They contain a fantastic all-round spring system that’s ideal for kids’ and adult beds alike.
Continuous spring mattresses They are lump-free, giving you a smooth, responsive feel.
Trizone mattresses These offer more support where you need it most – in the middle of the bed.
Pocket spring mattresses They contain individual springs held in place by fabric pockets, making them an extremely comfortable and supportive mattress.
Latex mattresses They are made from natural rubber that quickly recovers its shape. It’s also naturally hypoallergenic, so it’s ideal if you suffer from allergies or asthma.
Memory foam mattresses These are made from a clever material that moulds perfectly to your body, relieving pressure points and helping prevent restlessness.
Spring mattresses They are the most popular kind of mattress, with traditional metal springs inside offering comfortable, effective support. Various types of sprung mattress are available – in general the more springs they contain, the firmer the support.
Micro quilting mattresses They feature a stitched patterned surface for extra comfort.
Deep quilting mattresses The mattresses offer an even more comfortable night’s sleep thanks to deeper layers of quilting.
Cushion top mattresses These have padded fibres woven into the top of the mattress for a sumptuously soft feel.
Pillow top mattresses They have an additional layer of padded fibres on the top of the mattress for the ultimate in luxurious softness.
Tufted mattresses They feel firmer, thanks to tufting from the top through to the bottom of the mattress that holds all the fibres in place.