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Reflex Foam Mattresses

If you're looking for the best possible night's sleep, you simply have to try one of our reflex foam mattresses. Made with sumptuous memory foam, they are designed to be both fantastically comfortable and supportive.

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Great service, delivery within 24 hours, delivery men were on time and helpful. Mattress is super comfy, great value for money.

Peter 20th Feb
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Easy to order and its a really next day delivery. Drivers was on time so dont need to all day waiting.

Marite 20th Feb
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First finding a quality mattress that can be delivered so quickly.The delivery went very smoothly, fitted in with my timing. The mattress was exceptional, really great quality and so comfortable. I am really glad I chose my product through this supplier. Especially as it's a risk for an important purchase. Thank you

Farra Pedley 20th Feb

Buying a reflex foam mattress

If you're looking for the best possible night's sleep, you simply have to try one of our reflex foam mattresses. Made with sumptuous memory foam, they are designed to be both fantastically comfortable and supportive. The key to a good night's sleep is the right support, but no two bodies are the same. We all sleep differently, and we all have completely different pressure points in our back, hips, knees, and other joints. That means finding the right mattress for you can be difficult. This is where reflex foam comes in, however, because it's designed to mould itself around your body. It takes into account the way you sleep and then settles in shape to give you the right level of support you need to get a restful night's sleep.

What is a reflex foam mattress?

Reflex foam is a high-density polyurethane foam that’s extensively used in mattress construction. It’s particularly good for orthopaedic mattresses, as the dense nature of the foam provides more support than softer materials. Although it’s a very dense material, the air bubbles within the structure of the foam are larger. So rather than forcing the air out of the mattress under pressure, Reflex foam pushes the air bubbles ‘sideways’ so that they pop back into position faster. The result is a highly responsive mattress with a firmer feel. 

How good is reflex foam?

That firmer feel makes reflex foam far more suitable for orthopaedic mattresses and is particularly useful for those who need a firm mattress for spinal issues. Reflex foam is incorporated primarily into single-sided mattresses so there is no need to flip and turn. It’s hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites. But the biggest selling point is that it’s a cheaper alternative to memory foam, making it a more affordable option for budget mattresses. 

Reflex foam or memory foam mattress?

The biggest difference between a reflex foam mattress and a memory foam mattress is that you don’t get the same level of compression. Whereas getting onto a memory foam mattress can sometimes give you a ‘sinking feeling’ as the foam moulds to your body shape, Reflex foam is firmer, providing greater levels of support. Both have the same levels of bounce-back and regain their original shape at around the same speeds. Memory foam is more expensive than reflex foam.  

Reflex foam or spring mattress? 

Reflex foam is often incorporated into hybrid mattresses (those that use both spring and foam layers), giving you the best of both worlds. Spring coil mattresses mainly use individually pocketed spring designs that prevent the transference of movement across the sleeping platform. They provide excellent levels of support, but as they age they can begin to develop dips and lumps that can aggravate back problems. Reflex foam mattresses are lighter, and also often come rolled and boxed so that they’re easier to move compared to a traditional spring mattress

Are reflex foam mattresses good for back pain?

Reflex foam is denser and firmer than standard memory foam, yet it still gives you that wonderfully cushioned sensation that guarantees a great night’s sleep. As it’s a little firmer, reflex foam are good mattresses for back pain.

The foam still moulds to your body shape in exactly the same way that memory foam does, but with a firmer feel. The result is that you get a greater amount of support than softer memory foam. It keeps your spine in a neutral position and prevents pressure points from developing in vulnerable areas such as your lower back, shoulders and neck. Because it’s firmer, it’s suitable for all types of sleepers, including those who prefer sleeping on their stomach.  

There are plenty of reflex foam mattresses to choose from and to save you even more money, you can have your new mattress delivered free of charge to any mainland UK address with our free next-day delivery service. What a great way to try out a new mattress and get a better night’s sleep!