Anybody got experience with Airsprung brand mattresses? (Or any other mattress recommendations?)

I am looking for a single sized mattress, ideally one that will last for at least 5 years. Argos seem to have good deals on Airsprung.

Any one know if Airsprung is a good brand? The reviews seem good, but then people usually post a review when they just got it and don’t tell you how the mattress will be in two to five years time.

Also is it true that the more pocket springs in the mattress, the better the quality will be or is that just marketing speak?

I'd appreciate any quality mattress recommendations. However, I am trying to avoid foam ones because I have endocrine problems and apparently they are aggravated by such mattresses.


  • MrsStepfordMrsStepford Forumite
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    Don't know anything about Airsprung. I would suggest looking at the buying guides on big websites eg John Lewis, Argos, Debenhams etc and putting together a wishlist of features. Then just have a shop around for beds with the highest number of features you want, in your price range. Also, have a look in sales, eg August bank holiday.

    Our Sealy bed is fantastic and we bought it on special offer and saved over £500
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