The Dunlopillo mattress selection
Dunlopillo offers two main collections: Hybrid and Signature.
Within each collection, there is a curated selection of mattresses in different sizes and firmness levels.
From the Dunlopillo Celeste mattress to the Dunlopillo Memoir mattress, there is a wide range of designs to choose from, each with a unique set of qualities.
Let’s take a better look at the different collections and materials used. 👇
The Signature collection
Dunlopillo’s Signature collection is all about natural latex. 🌿
In fact, the Signature mattresses come with a 100% pure Dunlopillo latex core and seven comfort zones across your shoulders, hips, spine and heels.
These comfort zones are a mix of soft cushioning and firmer support areas to keep your spine aligned correctly all night.
The result? Fewer aches and pains in the morning!
As you move around at night, your mattress will ventilate and remain at a comfortable temperature. 🌡️
We get into the reasons behind this in the next section!
Latex offers instant pressure relief so you can wake up feeling revitalised, no matter what position you sleep in. 😌
The Signature collection offers five different mattresses: Dunlopillo Orchid, Dunlopillo Millennium, Dunlopillo Royal Sovereign, Dunlopillo Firmrest, and Dunlopillo Diamond.
- Dunlopillo Orchid: This firm mattress puts less pressure on your hips and shoulders while supporting your body all night long.
- Dunlopillo Millennium: A Sleep Hero favourite and luxury option for those looking for the perfect latex mattress.
- Dunlopillo Royal Sovereign: This is another popular option made from 100% Dunlopillo latex and features seven comfort zones.
- Dunlopillo Firmrest: As the name would suggest, this mattress is the firmest design in Dunlopillo's Signature collection while still providing supportive comfort.
- Dunlopillo Diamond: The mattress is all about ergonomic support, with its multi-density comfort core targeted at seven different zones.
All of the mattresses in the Signature collection come with a Dunlopillo mattress cover, referred to as the “Plus cover”.
The cover is made from innovative cooling fabric to provide a soothing sleeping environment. 🥶
Head to this section to learn more about the composition of Dunlopillo mattress covers.
The Hybrid collection
The Hybrid collection combines Dunlopillo’s latex comfort layers with a support pocket spring system.
The two work together to provide an advanced sleep system that’s sure to leave you feeling refreshed. 🙌
There are three Dunlopillo Hybrid mattresses available: Den, Pad and Liar.
They come in a wide range of sizes, from single to super king.
All Hybrid mattresses are delivered rolled up and gradually inflate once you lay them out.
The Dunlopillo Pad Hybrid is a great option if you're looking for a balance between latex and pocket springs.
Customers praise the Hybrid collection for delivering the perfect level of support all night long. 🙌
Who are Dunlopillo mattresses suitable for?
From the Dunlopillo mattress reviews, Dunlopillo’s main customer is one with neck and back pain who has trouble sleeping on a regular basis.
Latex mattresses are extra gentle on your pressure points, providing relief and support along the spine.
So, you can sleep in an optimal position with no pressure points being triggered throughout the night.
You know what that means? Less pain the morning after! 🥳
However, Dunlopillo mattresses also come at a higher price point, ranging between £699 and £1,817 for a double-sized mattress.
As a result, investing in a luxury Dunlopillo mattress is likely more suited to those with ailments who need a unique mattress to aid their sleep. 🩺
Although, there are also many other great mattresses without latex that are designed for orthopaedic support.
Both of these products offer excellent adaptability and pressure point relief, despite being made from different materials.
Which Dunlopillo mattress is best for side sleepers?
Side sleepers should go for a medium firmness with Dunlopillo mattresses.
Side sleepers generally need a little more sinkage to allow for optimal spinal alignment, so they shouldn't choose mattresses that are too firm.
For example, the Dunlopillo Millennium Mattress is the perfect combination of soft and medium.
This is a good mattress for multiple sleeping positions, including side sleepers.
Good for hot sleepers
Latex mattresses are known for their cooling powers.
The natural material draws away heat through its open cell structure and improves airflow throughout the mattress. ❄️
Dunlopillo mattresses have perforated latex cores to maximise this airflow and cooling feature.
This is perfect for hot sleepers, especially on those warm summer nights. ☀️
Good for the elderly
The added support of a Dunlopillo mattress is ideal for an elderly person with a few aches and pains.
The seven different comfort zones in these mattresses allow for more stability in some areas and more sinkage in others.
These comfort zones allow for better spinal alignment and reduce pressure throughout the body to keep you comfortable all night long.
You can wake up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day without any new joint pain. 🤩
For those not familiar with latex mattresses, the Dunlopillo Hybrid Pad 1390 is a good option.
It features a 7.5 cm (2.9 inches) Dunlopillo latex layer with 1390 pocket springs and foam encapsulation, providing maximum support across the mattress.
Are you interested in learning more about the composition of Dunlopillo products? Keep reading!
Dunlopillo 100% latex
Dunlopillo has been paving the way for natural latex mattresses for almost 100 years.
The Signature collection, including the bestselling Millennium mattress, is made up of 100% latex mattress cores topped with a cooling, breathable cover.
Dunlopillo’s latex features an open cell structure with millions of interconnecting microscopic bubbles to encourage air circulation. 💨
Their smart manufacturing process ensures the natural properties of latex, like anti-allergenic, anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties, are carried through to the product.
Latex is one of the most eco-friendly mattress materials available, but Dunlopillo takes this one step further.
They only use latex from sustainably-managed plantations around the globe. 🌳
The Dunlopillo Millenium is one of our favourite 100% latex mattresses on the market.
It takes over 500 days for one rubber tree to produce enough latex for a Dunlopillo single mattress.
But with time and patience, that latex can produce a breathable, pressure-relieving mattress with unbeatable elasticity.
It’s definitely worth the wait.
Dunlopillo pocket springs
The Hybrid collection combines latex with a pocket spring system, ideal for those transitioning between different types of mattresses.
The number of pocket springs ranges from 1090 to 1390 across the Hybrid collection, with more springs producing a higher level of support. 🥳
The upper part of the spring bends to the body, and the lower part absorbs weight distribution across the mattress.
The result is a comfortable and supportive mattress that contours your body.
The hybrid mattresses come with a layer of Dunlopillo 100% latex in varying thicknesses for added comfort. 🛌
The mattresses are finished with foam encapsulation to prevent sagging and encourage durability.
Dunlopillo mattress covers
Each mattress in the Dunlopillo Signature collection comes with a standard knitted cover, providing elasticity and breathability.
However, there is also the option to upgrade to a Dunlopillo Plus cover.
This upgrade provides a cooling mattress cover for added ventilation and conductive properties.
In fact, the innovative cover claims to keep the sleeping surface at 1 degree Celsius below your body temperature. 🌡️
The Dunlopillo mattress cover is made with Actipro technology to provide natural protection against dust mites, odours and allergens. 🤧
So, if you struggle with allergies and want a clean, fresh and healthy sleep environment, this cover might be just what you need.
We recommend protecting your Dunlopillo mattress and mattress cover with a waterproof mattress protector.
Our favourite waterproof mattress protectors:
What does a Dunlopillo mattress cost?
Dunlopillo mattresses have a higher price point to reflect the innovative latex technology behind them.
Fortunately, you can find these high-quality latex mattresses at a discount price in a Dunlopillo mattress clearance or Dunlopillo mattress sale. 💸
Don't worry; we will let you know if any discounts are currently available!
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Dunlopillo kids’ and cot mattresses
Dunlopillo UK used to offer kids and cot mattresses, but they no longer do.
Let’s take a closer look at what happened to this range.
What happened to the Dunlopillo kid's range?
Baby Dunlopillo was a hot topic back in 2019 when parents were urged not to buy the Cot Bed Mattress.
Which? issued a warning that the Baby Dunlopillo failed two safety tests and did not comply with the new British Standard, posing a suffocation risk. 🚨
Dunlopillo recalled the product and carried out their own internal investigations.
Since the controversy, Dunlopillo has not released any more kids or cot mattresses to the collection. 🧑🍼
Fortunately, there are several brands that offer safe, high-quality baby mattresses - perfect for your little one.
Our recommended cot beds:
Dunlopillo mattress trial period
The trial period for a Dunlopillo mattress depends on the retailer you purchase it from.
We recommend Mattress Online with the 60-day free Comfort Trial.
Most retailers advise sleeping on your mattress for at least 30 nights before asking to exchange it. 🔁
It takes at least that amount of time to adapt to the feel and tension of the new mattress.
We compiled a list of the best trial periods from Dunlopillo retailers:
- Mattress Online gives you a 60-day trial. You can exchange the mattress for a different one if you're not happy with your purchase.
- Latex Sense gives you a 50-day trial. You can exchange the mattress or get a full refund if you're not happy.
- John Lewis gives you a 60-day trial if you also purchase a mattress protector. But, the trial is not free, and you will have to pay a collection fee if you want to return the mattress.
In fact, Nectar offers a staggering 365 days to try out your new mattress! 🤯
While a longer trial period gives you time to test the mattress thoroughly, it also increases the risk of damaging the mattress with spilt tea or food. ☕
We’ve all been there.
So, keep your mattress in good condition throughout the trial period, just in case you need to return it later down the line.
We recommend choosing a Dunlopillo retailer with a free trial period, such as Mattress Online, so you can test out the new mattress without fear of any return fees. 😍
No money-back guarantee
A money-back guarantee is essential when shopping for a new mattress.
It provides you with peace of mind while you test out the mattress and decide if it’s the right fit for you and your partner. 💤
However, some Dunlopillo retailers only offer exchanges if you decide you do not like your Dunlopillo mattress in the trial period.
Often, if you want to exchange your original mattress for a higher-priced one, you will need to pay the difference in price.
Always read the Terms and Conditions of the trial period for your mattress before clicking the Buy button.
Ideally, you are looking for a Dunlopillo mattress with a 100% money-back warranty and a free trial period with exchanges and returns at no extra cost.
Contact Dunlopillo UK
Customer service: To contact Dunlopillo directly for complaints, support, or queries, please e-mail them at email@example.com.
Registered office: Relyon Beds Ltd (Dunlopillo), Station Mills, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8NN.