John Lewis Pocket Ortho 1600 Mattress, Single
- John Lewis
- Country of Origin
- W90 x L190cm
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Exclusive to John Lewis
- Rebound polycotton, lambswool, Airstream polyester, blended polyester wool and silk
- Mattress care
- Turn regularly
- Mattress collections type
- Ortho Support
- Mattress Size
- Mattress tension
- Mattress Type
- Pocket Spring
- Side stitched Information Hand or machined
- Machine side stitched
- Spring count
- Tick composition
- 64% viscose, 34% cotton
- Tuft Type/Surface Finish
- Cotton felt tufts
- Weight Information Unpackaged weight
The Ortho collection has been specially designed for a firmer feel mattress without compromising on comfort. Made in Britain, this hand crafted mattress contains 912 ReActive pocket springs, each working independently to provide total body support.
It's upholstered with materials from sustainable sources, including Airstream, a breathable polyester, recycled cotton, natural lambswool and blended silk and wool. Silver micro particles are also contained within the fabric finish which ensures a clean and fresh anti-allergenic sleeping environment.
This mattress is upholstered on both sides and should be turned with the seasons to ensure comfort and longevity. Match this mattress with a non sprung divan base or slatted bedstead to ensure firm yet sumptuous support.
Please note: We recommend you visit one of our shops and try out your mattress choice before ordering online. Not all of our Furniture ranges are on display at every branch. Please phone your nearest branch to check before you visit.
UK delivery within 7 working days (after Christmas)
Mattress & Divan Recycling
The charge for this service includes the removal and recycling of mattresses and divans only, and not bedsteads or headboards.
Please note that we reserve the right to refuse to collect any item we believe constitutes a health and safety risk to our employees, or anyone working on our behalf.Mattresses and divans will be broken down into their constituent parts and around 98% of this material will be sold for re-use.
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