The original favourite

Advanced Sleep Systems

Well researched and engineered for the best sleep

Superior Air Circulation

The spring coils allow good air flow, keeping your mattress cool

Zero Partner Disturbance

While your partner tosses and turns, you feel absolutely nothing!


Your Perfect Sleep Companion

This mattress is manufactured with high density rubberised coir with a thick topping of high density visco elastic memory foam.


Medium Firm


Plush Knitted Fabric


Bonnell Spring


8 Years


Uninterrupted, cloud-like sleep experience, suitable for all types of sleepers


Pillow Top Finish


What goes inside

Plush Knitted Fabric

Indulge in luxurious comfort with our plush knitted fabric for a cozy touch.

Supersoft Foam

As the name suggests, this type of PU foam is specially made to add a luxurious, soft and plush padding layer on top of the base layer. The extra soft nature of this foam helps to maintain the plushness of these mattresses.

PU Foam

Polyurethane foams vary in density, impacting firmness and resilience, providing superior comfort in mattresses.

Rubberized Coir

Made from 100 % bio-degradable coconut fibers and natural latex, Rubberised coir offers breathability, airiness, and a cool sleep surface.

Bonnel Springs

Bonnel Springs, traditional innerspring systems, offer even weight distribution, optimal body support, and excellent air circulation, perfect for hot sleepers.

Frequently Asked Questions

In India, standard mattress sizes typically include
1. Single: 72 inches x 36 inches (6 feet x 3 feet)
2. Double: 72 inches x 48 inches (6 feet x 4 feet)
3. Queen: 78 inches x 60 inches (6.5 feet x 5 feet)
4. King: 78 inches x 72 inches (6.5 feet x 6 feet)

1. Remove any existing mattress and bedding from the bed frame to access the frame's measurements.

2. Use a tape measure or a ruler to measure the width and length of the bedframe. Measure from the inside edges of the frame, as these dimensions will determine the maximum mattress size that can fit.

3. Take note of the measurements in inches or centimeters. It's essential to be as precise as possible to ensure a snug fit for your mattress.

4. If your bed frame has a headboard or footboard, make sure to consider these when measuring. Some headboards and footboards may extend beyond the actual mattress support, and you'll need to factor this into your mattress selection.

5. Consider any special features or variations in your bedframe, such as rounded corners or unusual shapes, which may affect the mattress size you can choose.

1. Identify Your Sleep Preferences
Consider whether you prefer a firm or soft mattress.
Do you sleep on your back, side, stomach, or a combination of these? Different mattresses are better suited for specific sleep positions.

2. Consider Any Health or Medical Factors
If you have any specific medical conditions or concerns consult with a healthcare professional or a specialist for mattress recommendations.

3. Evaluate Temperature and Material Preferences

4. Test Different Mattress Types
Visit a mattress store and try out different types of mattresses.

5. Research Mattress Types
Familiarize yourself with the various types of mattresses available, such as innerspring, memory foam, latex, hybrid, and air mattresses.

Remember that there is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to mattresses. What works best for one person may not work for another.

1. Use a Mattress Protector
Invest in a waterproof and hypoallergenic mattress protector to safeguard your mattress from spills, stains, and allergens.

2. Rotate the Mattress
Most mattresses should be rotated 180 degrees (head to foot) every 3-6 months.

3. Maintain Proper Support. Insufficient support can lead to premature wear and sagging.

4. Keep it Clean.

5. Let it Breathe
Air out your mattress by leaving it uncovered and exposed to fresh air and sunlight periodically.

7. Follow Manufacturer Guidelines:
Follow the care and maintenance instructions provided by the mattress manufacturer. Failure to do so may void the warranty.

8. Replace When Necessary
If you experience persistent discomfort or notice significant sagging, it may be time to replace your mattress.

A mattress protector is a removable cover designed to safeguard your mattress from various potential threats, such as spills, stains, allergens, bedbugs, and general wear and tear. It acts as a protective barrier that goes over your mattress, offering several benefits

1. Waterproofing

2. Stain Resistance

3. Allergen Barrier

4. Prolonged Mattress Lifespan

5. Easy Maintenance

6. Comfort

There are different types of mattress protectors, including fitted sheet-style protectors, encasements that fully enclose the mattress, and zippered covers.

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