We searched in early We included one memory foam and one pocket sprung mattress in each category. Prices are for king size mattresses without a base. Unsurprisingly, considering their name, they don't have lots of stores but they do have a showroom in Rotherham if you are in the area and would rather try out a bed. They also stock the Sealy Nostromo also known as the Sealy Teramo which is an award winner. Comparison between retailers is difficult because big retailers often have 'exclusive' mattresses but Mattress Online fares well when it is possible to compare like for like.
John Lewis mostly sells pocket spring beds, with a few memory foam mattresses and surprisingly in my opinion a few open coil mattresses the cheap end of the sprung bed market. Lend me a tenner if you can afford that. Dreams - good for trying beds before you buy Dreams is a big name in the UK bed and mattress market with stores at the time of writing.
Of course, that has the definite advantage of being able to try out beds and mattresses instore. Whilst you'll find buying beds online is often less expensive, the sellers have to deal with the issue that there is no industry standard for firmness of beds.
One companies idea of soft, medium or firm will be different to anothers it's similar in my mind to different clothes shops selling slightly different size 12s. The range at Dreams is big, but not baffling with about 10 mattress brands on offer including The Dreams Workshop and Silentnight the budget end of the range Sealy mid range quality mattresses and Hypnos and Tempur higher quality mattresses.
If you are comparing two similarly priced mattresses in your budget, you are much better to look at the various factors which determine the quality of a mattress, such as: They've got stores, which is obviously good if you want to try out a bed beforehand. In many ways, they are similar to Dreams in that they offer about 10 brands and have a range which is not so vast as to be incomprehensible. If you're after the best quality memory foam or latex mattresses on the market, there are plenty of options with brands like Tempur and Dunlipollo on offer.
In terms of industry awards, Bensons for Beds came second in and and won in in the category for bigger retailers at the National Bed Federation Awards. Breasley through to some of the best mattresses money can buy e. Hypnos , with several mid-range brands in between Silentnight, Rest Assured, Airsprung. There's a good choice of the best quality mattresses on the market with brands such as Hypnos , Vispring the inventor of the pocket spring bed and Tempur the inventor of Memory Foam.
They do have sales and discounts but it's a bit lower key than the sales at other big retailers such as Dreams and Bensons for Beds. If you're after a mid-priced mattress there's a smaller choice at Furniture Village with brands such as Sealy and Slumberland on offer. The choice can feel a little overwhelming, so perhaps one to look at once you've narrowed down your choice amongst the mattresses online thanks to our beginners' guide. Archers Sleepcentre mostly seems to offer mid-priced mattresses, rather than the very best and most expensive mattresses.
It had a damask cover which is decent and it was hand tufted, which means it looks like it has buttons on the top holding it together. In , Archers SleepCentre won an award for online mattress retailer of the year at a big awards , which is judged by editors from the industry's trade journals.
I was disappointed to discover that the trade publications have dull names like 'Furniture News' rather than puntastic names Here are some more big names in the UK's online mattress market which didn't make our top 10, but are still worth a look: Land of Beds I've included Land of Beds because they stock some of the luxury end names in the mattress market, such as Somnus, Tempur and Hypnos.
Very is also one of the few places we managed to find the Dormeo Memory Plus rolled mattress , which is an award winner. I could not be without it, I have found it so easy to use and my baby appears to find it comfortable and sleeps very well. A spokesman for eBay said the website would be banning the sale of the products, adding:
They also sell many of the cheaper brands in the UK mattress market. Delivery is free on most mattresses and beds, and they've also got a showroom in Cheshire.
Very Very is a pretty huge department store now, and they have a decent selection of beds and mattresses. You'll find memory foam, pocket sprung and open coil mattresses in equal quantities at Very. Very is also one of the few places we managed to find the Dormeo Memory Plus rolled mattress , which is an award winner. Asda Asda has a modest selection of mattresses, with a focus on the budget and mid-priced market.
When I checked they were offering three brands in their double beds range - George Asda's own brand , Silentnight and Airsprung.
Quality is variable, but they do have some pocket sprung mattresses which were heavily and genuinely reduced when I checked. It's hard to assess quality of the own-brand George mattresses, although they do get good reviews - albeit on Asda's own website. Tesco Tesco is OK for mattresses if you're looking for something from one of the budget or mid-range retailers on the market Airpsrung, Silentnight and a couple of others.
We found a choice of about mattresses, although it is more like if you just include mattresses sold directly by Tesco. The filtering system on Tesco is a bit clumsy, as it seems you have to click in to each mattress rather than just sifting by the standard sizes king size, super king size etc. Mattress Next Day Picture the scene Aunt Ethel and Uncle Bernie are coming to stay at the weekend.
You've realised that your spare bed is older than a Barry Cryer joke and rush down to your local bed superstore to get something sorted. After lying on 19 different beds you finally reach a consensus and then the salesperson gleefully declares that they will be able to deliver in six weeks' time. Mattress Next Day has a decent range of mattresses in stock and ready to be hauled onto the delivery van.
They offer about 10 mattress brands, including most of the brands made by Silentnight Sealy, Silentnight, Rest Assured as well as some other mid priced alternatives and latex specialist Dunlopillo.
They've got a few stores around Merseyside if you'd rather try out your mattress in person. They sell a lot of their own brand mattresses Bed Factory Direct Workshop which work out as a good value if you don't mind buying from a lesser known brand. Carpetright I've never quite understood why carpet shops often also sell mattresses. Do they have an abundance of space in their warehouses?
Or do they think you are likely to decide to replace your bed seeing as you'll be moving it to put the new carpet down? Anyway, Carpetright has a selection of about 10 mattress brands. They are one of the few big name stockists of Kaymed which has won awards from the National Bed Federation.
They also sell several of the brands made by the Silentnight group, including Sealy, Rest Assured and unsurprisingly Silentnight. Debenhams Debenhams has a modest selection of mattresses - about 30 when I checked, which I personally find preferable to having very similar looking white rectangles to trawl through.
As you are probably aware, Debenhams offer 'Blue Cross' sales with extra savings off this and that, so I would say it's worth holding on for a deal, unless you have Great Aunt Maude arriving tomorrow and nothing for her to sleep on.
At first, it's a bit daunting with , mattresses on offer but eBay has very good filters so you can narrow down your options very quickly. For example, I narrowed down to brand new double beds made by Sealy which are available to 'buy now' rather than an auction and came up with 66 results.
Sellers have reviews which are worth checking first. You can also get Nectar points by shopping through eBay. Alternatively, you can search by price or by location on eBay. Mattresses World Mattresses World has a vast range which will appeal more to those who already know which mattress they want and are at the stage of shopping around for the best price.
We searched in early I was disappointed to discover that the trade publications have dull names like 'Furniture News' rather than puntastic names
They do though have some welcome filtering features which can help narrow down your options if you have spent the last three hours scratching your head and just want someone to tell you what to buy. For example, you can click on a link which reveals their 20 best sellers, and another which just shows you which mattresses have been given awards.
I can't help thinking more retailers need to realise that most shoppers want a bit of pointing in the right direction rather than being shown a choice of mattresses and being told to make a decision. There are more than 50 brands on offer including Relyon and Sealy, although they are mostly at the cheap to middle end of the mattress market and there are many names I'm not familiar with. Related guides from the Best Mattresses Guide.
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