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A common misperception is that a spring mattress cannot provide the same comfort and relief as a foam mattress. The problem with most innerspring mattresses is that they're built to handle body mass, but not your body's pressure points, especially the shoulders and hips. In fact, most mattresses resist these points, causing added pressure and discomfort. Fortunately, there are a few mattress products using Pocket Spring technology, providing the same comfort and support as the highest quality foam mattress.

Benefit of Pocket Spring Technology

Ergo Bedroom only uses Pocket Spring technology in our spring mattresses. Pocket Springs are pre-compressed, individually encased coils. Individual encasement enables each spring to adjust independently of the others to perfectly support your body in any sleeping position. The best performing Pocket Spring design is hand-assembled; nested in a honeycomb pattern that minimizes the space between coils. This provides more points of support and a bed that is more responsive than any other spring mattress.

Our Pocket Spring mattresses also have more coils than most other mattresses. Our beds have 1,500 coils in a standard queen mattress. Compare that with 700-1,000 in premium U.S. mattresses. More coils mean more "active" points in the mattress, providing better response and support for your body. Since each coil is independent from it's neighbor there is no hammocking effect. That independent response provides a more natural spinal alignment and more even pressure distribution. A collateral benefit is that there is also greater reduced partner disturbance.