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What types of Restopaedic mattresses does Mattressman feature?

Pocket Sprung

As opposed to an open coil base, pocket springs provide tailored and body moulding support for optimal comfort. Each spring is enclosed in a fabric pocket and reacts to individual body movements moulding to the body's contours. Moreover, a mattress with pocket springs is ideal for anyone sharing a bed as pocket springs ensure motion isolation, meaning that your partner's movements won't impact your sleep.

Memory Foam

Memory foam is considered a premium mattress filling as a result of its body moulding properties; memory foam works in conjunction with body heat to mould to the body's contours and relieve pressure.

Fibre Fillings

Fibre fillings in mattresses consist of polyester, which is particularly useful for allergy sufferers with polyester proactively combating dust mites.

Seasonal mattresses

The Restopaedic Cool Pocket 1000 Mattress is an ideal sleeping solution for those who find their mattress unsuitable in certain seasons; the Cool Pocket 1000 mattress is a double-sided mattress with each side designed for different times of the year. The mattress features innovative technologies' one side of the mattress features the Ultra Cool Ice Fabric to keep the body cool in the summer. In contrast, the other side of the mattress features a layer of memory foam renowned for its heat retention, particularly useful in the summer.

What sizes of mattresses does Restopaedic produce?

Restoapaedic produces mattresses in all standard UK sizes: small single (75 x 190cm), single mattress (90 x 190cm), small double (120 x 190cm), double (135 x 190cm), king size (150 x 200cm) and super king size (180 x 200cm).

What mattress tensions are included in our Restopaedic range?

Our range of Restopaedic mattresses consists of medium and medium firm mattresses.

Is a medium mattress suitable for me?

Medium mattresses

Medium mattresses are best suited for side sleepers who can benefit from the hip and shoulder receiving soft cushioning. In addition, a medium mattress is recommended for average weighted people and those of a lighter stature to avoid the body sinking into the mattress.

Medium firm mattresses

If your preferred sleeping positions consist of side sleeping and front and back sleeping, a medium firm mattress is likely an ideal choice. Medium firm mattresses are often considered in-between, incorporating the benefits from a softer mattress whilst also bearing similar to a firmer mattress. Medium firm mattresses are similar to softer mattresses in the sense that they are ideal for side sleepers, with the sleeping surface adequately cushioning the hip and shoulder; thus, a medium firm mattress can support healthy spinal alignment consequently. However, a medium firm mattress can also support those who change positions throughout the night with the mattress tension possessing a tension firm enough to support the spine whilst sleeping on the front or back.

How do I know if I have a poor quality mattress?

A good quality mattress is likely to retain its shape even after considerable use; if you have had it for only a short time and can noticeably see that its quality is compromised, it's worth considering a new mattress. In terms of a good medium or medium firm mattress, consider whether your mattress supports provides support and comfort to evaluate the mattress's suitability.

What are the other benefits of Restopaedic mattresses?


Rotating your mattress is recommended once every three months to preserve the mattress's life expectancy; with this in mind, the inclusion of mattress handles simplifies this process.

Rod Edge

A rod edge extends the mattress's sleeping surface by ensuring the sides don't sag.


Air vents release damp air to maintain a fresh sleeping surface. 

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