Different needs, different mattresses
Not many years ago, the choice when buying a mattress was quite limited - up to a certain point, coil spring mattresses were the only option. Fortunately times have changed, and now mattresses are available in a variety of materials, including memory foam, and catering for different sleeping needs. At Lea Mattress, you can choose from two types of mattress: full foam or encapsulated/hybrid ones.
Which type is better? There’s no answer, because this question is not the point. Different types of mattresses are designed to help improve the quality of your sleep depending on your needs. Whether you choose one or the other type, however, you will be able to enjoy a mattress with a firm and supportive base.
Encapsulated Premium Hybrid Mattress
Are you thinking of trying a memory foam mattress but you still want all the benefits of pocket springs? In this case, what you want is a hybrid mattress. Not fully foam, not old-style pocket spring, but the best of both worlds to give you the ultimate comfort.
Additionally, our hybrid mattresses feature a supportive foam border (this is why they are called “encapsulated”). This foam encapsulation not only reinforces the internal pocket spring filling and greatly improves the mattress durability, but most importantly keeps the actual mattress from “sagging”. This provides the ultimate compromise between comfort and support, giving you countless nights of good sleep.
Sleepology top cover
V40 Memory Foam
encapsulated with 40H foam1,000 individual springs for King size, approx. 600 springs for other sizes, surrounded by a supportive foam border
F32 Reflex Foam
Full foam mattresses combine layers of memory and support foam. When you lie on this type of mattress, your body weight gets evenly distributed on the surface. This is why they are a great choice for pressure relief.
Memory foam itself has come a long way: a body weight on the memory foam of the past used to “sink” a bit too much on the mattress. This is not the case with the next generation memory foam we use in our products. When you lie on one of our mattresses, the surface will softly sink under your body weight. To allow an even better pressure relief from your body, one of the foam layers features zoning (these are little cutouts on the foam surface). This all will help keep your back, including neck and spine, aligned regardless of your favourite sleeping position.