Latex Mattress Designed for Comfort
Latex was originally a natural polymer derived from plants and trees. Now there are synthetic latex mattress options which are formed by creating a matrix of tiny interconnected bubbles which give it bounce and spring. The latex mattress sponge is very reactive to pressure and has an instant bounce-back. Latex has excellent moisture and heat dissipation properties and are good for allergy sufferers as they prohibit dust mites. Browse through our catalogue below now or test out one of these stress-relieving latex mattresses in-store.
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Best Latex Mattress Technology from the Bed King
Top benefits of a latex mattress include the following qualities:
- Durable, resilient and ventilated
- Relieves stress
- Firm support offering effective pressure relief
- Cool ventilation
- Health, comfort and luxury using the finest technology.
- Sanitised against bacteria and fungus
- Naturally hypo-allergenic
Like memory foam, latex mattresses in South Africa do not have springs but are made using synthetic latex, although some countries offer natural latex mattresses. A latex mattress is incredibly durable and will last for many years, representing fantastic value for money. They are very supportive and will mould to the shape of your body. A latex mattress is great for allergy sufferers as they are hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. Latex foam is extremely resilient and breathable which helps to reduce the heat build-up typically associated with all-foam mattresses. Its unique construction allows it to instantly respond to the body to provide a high level of comfort while helping to promote proper spinal alignment. These qualities allow latex foam to act as a support system in lieu of a traditional innerspring. By definition, latex is a rubber particle suspended in water. There are two types of latex: natural and synthetic. The advantage of synthetic latex is that is more durable than natural latex, so it will maintain its resilience and provide pressure-relieving comfort longer.
Range of Latex Mattresses
Latex foam is manufactured utilising two distinct production methods – Dunlop or Talalay. Both Dunlop and Talalay latex mattresses use a blend of natural and synthetic latex. The Dunlop process is the most commonly used latex production method. The foam is designed to be responsive, supportive and comfortable but it is limited in firmness range. The Talalay process is a highly controlled process that produces the highest quality, most resilient and consistent foam. The latex used in Serta, Simmons, Comfort Solutions and Silent Night mattresses is synthetic to deliver optimal performance that will last throughout the life of the mattress. In addition to a variety of brands offering natural or synthetic latex mattresses, we offer a variety of sizes from king or queen to a double or single latex mattress. Find the perfect sleep solution with a luxurious and resilient latex mattress from the Bed King - or why not speak to us about your unique orthopedic needs in-store or electronically.