Who are Dormeo mattresses suitable for?
There is a vast selection of Dormeo mattresses. 🙌
That means there will be plenty of mattress types to choose from – even for those extra fussy sleepers.
Dormeo mattresses are well suited to the following:
- All income brackets
- Those with narrow entryways/loft bedrooms
- Every sleeping position
- Hot/cold sleepers
- Restless sleepers/couples
Dormeo has mattresses for those that sleep on their back, side, and stomach.
But first, you need to know if the mattress suits your position.
Is Dormeo any good for my sleeping position?
Dormeo mattresses can come in medium-soft, medium and firm. ☁️🧸🧱
This makes them an ideal choice for every kind of sleeper.
Below, we’ll unpack the kind of mattress firmness you need for your sleep position.
Side sleeping is the most popular sleeping position. 😍
So, it doesn’t surprise us that Dormeo has a huge selection of mattresses suitable for sleeping on your side.
Side sleeping puts pressure on the hips and shoulders.
Side sleepers need:
- A soft to medium feel mattress that supports the body.
- A soft cushioning layer to mould around the hip and shoulder.
The Octasmart Plus Memory Foam mattress is a good choice for side sleepers.
The Octaspring technology supports the spine with innovative body zones. 🧠
The luxurious memory foam layers also mould around the pressure points.
One of our favourite mattresses for side sleepers is the Simba Hybrid mattress.
The soft Simba Pure foam layers offer pressure relief and a body-hugging feel, while the pocket spring layer helps the spine stay lifted.
Back sleeping is the healthiest position for your sleep.
Sleeping on your back reduces the pressure on your spine and other organs.
If you don’t already sleep on your back, consider switching to this position. 👀
Back sleepers need:
- A medium-firm mattress that encourages optimal spinal alignment.
- A mattress that supports the heavier regions like the head and pelvis.
The Octaspring Hybrid mattress is a fantastic option for back sleepers.
This mattress combines pocket springs, Octaspring technology, memory foam, and pocket springs for a medium-firm sleep.
The pocket sprung, and the Octaspring layer helps to keep the spine straight and lifted.
Meanwhile, the memory foam layer will cushion the heavier parts of the body without too much sinking. ⚓
The Emma Premium mattress is one of our favourite alternatives for back sleepers.
This mattress combines advanced memory foam and pocket spring layers for a combination of comfort and support.
Stomach sleeping puts the most pressure on your spine, neck, and organs.
Sleeping on your stomach is not the healthiest, but this is the most comfortable position for some.
You should pair your new mattress with a soft and low pillow (or none at all) to help relieve some pressure.
Stomach sleepers need:
- A firm mattress that takes the pressure off the spine.
- A solid feel with a little cushioning for the hips and knees.
The Dormeo Options Pocket Spring mattress is a good stomach sleeping option for those on a budget. 🥰
The firm Ecocell base provides a supportive feel that distributes your body weight.
The pocket spring layers allow for some give whilst encouraging a neutral spine and neck.
Most mattresses are too soft for stomach sleepers, but we have tested some good options.
The Origin Hybrid mattress is one of our favourite options for stomach sleepers looking for a higher quality and firmer alternative.
Take a look below:
What else does Dormeo sell?
Dormeo sells a range of other sleep products for you to try.
Below, we’ll go into more detail about the most popular Dormeo accessories. 👇
Dormeo has many different pillows, including the Octasmart pillow, Everycomfy Anti-Allergy pillow, and Dormeo Octasense pillow.
Dormeo pillows are available in a range of materials, including memory foam, hollowfibre and some are even designed with Octasmart technology.
Most Dormeo pillows are available in standard sizes, although there are some ergonomic options, such as the Memosan Anatomic pillow, for even more neck support.
Dormeo has a range of Evercomfy pillows to promote a comfy sleep.
You can get a Spring/Summer duvet option to keep cool or an Autumn/Winter duvet to stay cosy during the colder season.
The Dormeo duvet range is made with soft microfibre filling, and some are also infused with Aloe Vera to hydrate the skin and rejuvenate your sleep.
Dormeo mattress protectors
A mattress protector safeguards your bed against accidental spills and bacteria build-up over time.
You can choose between the Evercomfy Anti-Allergy mattress protector, Evercomfy Aloe Vera mattress protector, or the Evercomfy Silver mattress protector.
Unfortunately, these mattress protectors aren't entirely waterproof, but they are machine-washable and great value for anybody on a budget.
Dormeo mattress toppers
Dormeo has an entire collection of mattress toppers.
The most popular Dormeo toppers are the Dormeo Octasmart mattress toppers and the Dormeo Memory Plus mattress toppers, which include a 60-night sleep trial. ⏳
Made with the award-winning Octaspring technology, the Dormeo Octasmart Plus mattress topper can improve the feel of your sleep without needing to replace the entire mattress.
A Dormeo mattress topper can also give you an idea of how a Dormeo memory foam mattress might feel without committing to a brand-new mattress. 😅
You can find more information about other Dormeo sleep products on the website.
Alternatively, check out our favourite sleep accessories below:
Dormeo mattress prices
One of the critical things you’re probably wondering is; how much are Dormeo mattresses? 🤔
Dormeo mattress prices range anywhere between £100 - £3000.
Dormeo has some fantastic options for those on a budget, such as the Dormeo Options range.
We recommend the Dormeo Options Pocket spring mattress for those looking for a cost-effective hybrid mattress.
Those looking for a more premium product should focus on the Octaspring collection.
Alternatively, check out these premium options:
How are Dormeo mattresses delivered?
Every Dormeo mattress comes with free delivery.
You can expect your mattress to arrive within 14 - 28 days.
Dormeo mattresses come with white glove delivery service. 🚚
This means they’ll set your mattress up in the room for you, so you don’t have to lift a finger.
Every Dormeo mattress also comes rolled up and vacuum-sealed.
How long do you leave a Dormeo mattress?
As Dormeo mattresses come vacuum-sealed, you’ll have to let them fully expand before sleeping on them. 🎈
Watch the video below to see how easy it is to unpack!
Your Dormeo memory foam mattress should regain its normal shape in 15 minutes, but you should wait a minimum of 6 hours before sleeping on it.
This will ensure the mattress fully expands without any obstruction.
Will Dormeo take my old mattress?
If you purchase an Octaspring branded mattress, you can have your old mattress removed for FREE.
They are one of the first brands we have come across that will recycle your old mattress at no additional cost to you on the day of your delivery.
Usually, this would cost anywhere between £45 - £60, depending on the size of your mattress. 💰
The Octasmart Hybrid Deluxe mattress is one of our favourites.
If you want your old mattress removed, you should contact Dormeo’s customer service team within 24 hours of placing your order.
Dormeo mattress warranty
Dormeo mattresses come with a warranty of up to 20 years.
Sounds pretty good, right?
However, you should read the small print before diving in and purchasing a Dormeo mattress. 🔍
The warranty structure is extremely baffling, but we’ll do our best to make sense of it for you.
Each mattress range has its own warranty length, with different terms and conditions.
|Mattress range||Warranty period||Full warranty length|
|Octaspring mattresses||20 years||0 - 5 years|
|Octasmart mattresses||18 years||0 - 5 years|
|Dormeo Memory mattresses||15 years||0 - 5 years|
|Dormeo Options mattresses||1 year||N/A|
You also have to activate your warranty via the Dormeo website. 💻
How does the limited guarantee work?
After year 6, your warranty will be reduced to a 90 - 75% guarantee, depending on which mattress you buy.
This reduction increases with every passing year. 😨
By the final year of your warranty, you are looking at a guarantee which has been reduced by 95 - 99%, depending on the mattress.
This means Dormeo could only pay 1% of the cost of any faults in the final year of the warranty.
So, for Dormeo’s most expensive mattress (around £2700), they’ll only pay £27 towards a repair or replacement. 👀
Is everything covered in the warranty?
To make things even more complicated, certain materials in Dormeo mattresses are only guaranteed for a specified time.
For example, the 20-year limited warranty covers the core of Dormeo Octaspring mattresses but you only get 1 year of protection on the outer cover.
Therefore, don’t expect a replacement on your mattress cover if the seams suddenly come apart or the material starts to bobble after year one.
Dormeo also states that a reduction in the mattress thickness between 5 - 15% is considered normal. 🤨
We’d be lying if we said we weren’t disappointed by the warranty conditions.
Many customer complaints stem from the confusion of the advertised “20-year guarantee” to only later discover they’d been misled into a false sense of security.
Looking for a warranty that does what it says on the tin?
These top UK mattresses come with a 10-year guarantee or more:
Contact Dormeo UK
Customer service: To contact Dormeo UK directly for complaints, support, or queries, please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0800 2248 361. Dormeo customer service team is available Monday – Friday 8 am – 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 8 am – 6 pm.
Registered office: Customer Services, Dormeo UK, Impact House, Unit 7-9 Romsey Industrial Estate, Greatbridge Road, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 0HR