icoil mattress miracles

2020/06/13
What\'s the big deal with ICoil, why do you care?
If you are looking for a mattress that can last a lifetime, no matter what the brand is, you just have to ask a simple question, but as a mattress shopper before we start discussing this, consider the challenges you face.
If you have been shopping in bed recently, you will definitely be aware of the various different mattress materials being used.
A few years ago, even before all these options, I remember myself being confused and trying to tell me everything around the different stores I was going.
Today, with the emergence of all kinds of air, water, latex, gel, memory foam, ice oil and springs on the market, the work is even more arduous, which is really confusing for you, consumers.
Despite the large number of mattress % material % available, it is well known that up to 75%-
80% of Americans still like to sleep on spring mattresses.
With that in mind, you might want to spend a few minutes with me and educate yourself about the difference in the spring and what it means to you.
Bonnell springs are the most common springs for mattresses, so let\'s take a look at them.
Bonnell spring mattresses are made by fixing all the springs together as a unit and then surrounding them with hard wires to form a perimeter around the mattress.
By tying all the springs together, what you get is basically a big spring.
This design not only passes the movement from one person to another, but also makes a very unyielding material.
If you end up bending a part of the surrounding wire, your mattress will bend there permanently.
I had a friend who tied the mattress to the top of the car while moving, and the wind lifted the first half of the mattress and bent it.
When he put it down, it really looked interesting because it stuck out 3 \"at one end from the boxed spring \".
I \'ve been working on a whole new technology called iCoil, which is far from the ideal design of the mattress springs I \'ve ever seen.
These ice oils are very accurate.
Make it possible to compress, scroll, and put them into the box that takes them home.
When you get home and put your real mattress in a box, you open the box and the mattress slowly returns to its size and shape.
The manufacturer did this to make it possible for you to purchase a very high quality mattress without a black hole in your wallet.
Every product they produce uses the latest technology.
Even if you pay a lot less, you will not sacrifice any quality.
No other mattress springs are able to pass this test.
Pocket springs never go back anywhere near the original size and shape.
Bonnell Springs performed the worst.
Do you remember my friend who bent the spring?
Well, the rolled Bonnell spring mattress did the same thing.
After unpacking, it still rolls permanently.
This reminds me of a huge roll of shredded chicken.
Putting iCoil in your mattress is the only question you need to ask when shopping.
I bet you guessed it.
Do you want to know what I\'m talking about?
Check out a cool video showing a 30 ton steam rolleriCoil.
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