If you're looking for a higher quality, multi-purpose bed, our Pocketed Coil mattresses are a great option! Pocketed coil mattresses are also referred to as pocket coil or pocket spring mattresses, but all have the same meaning.
Our pocket coil mattresses consist of springs cased individually in fabric, so each spring operates individually rather than as a unit. Pocket coil mattresses are built with stability and durability in mind. Springs are covered with layers of foam in varying materials and firmness, then combined with different versions of quilted panels for a balanced approach to cost, durability, and comfort.
Several of our models are double-sided—almost unheard of in "affordable" mattresses. You have the power to prolong the life of your mattress by flipping and rotating it a few times a year.
As if our pocketed coil mattress design weren't enough already, we've even combined it with a zippered panel for some incredible benefits! The zippered panel allows you to add and customize foam inserts like high density foam, latex and memory foam to meet your ideal sleep preference.
High-density foam and durable edge construction make all of our Pocketed spring models supportive and comfortable across the entire surface of the mattress.
Learn more about pocketed coil products and shop our selection below!
Construction: A traditional innerspring mattress is constructed with an exposed continuous spring. A pocketed coil mattress differs in that each of its springs are separate within their own fabric pocket. This enables every spring to flex independently, resulting in a bed that conforms to your body's contours with little motion transfer from side to side—no more waking when your sleep partner moves.
Comfort & Support: Since pocket coils move independently, they are often said to be more supportive and offer a softer feel than a regular innerspring mattress. Foam toppers or inserts can add an extra level of support and can help to relieve pressure around your body, especially in the shoulders and hips. We combined supportive, individually wrapped springs with a layered foam design to help with motion isolation and the ultimately best sleep.
Durability: With proper care, mattresses with pocketed springs could last up to 10 years. This is especially true if the mattress is double-sided, giving you the option to rotate it every few months. Compared to its innerspring and foam counterparts, the pocket coil mattress will usually take longer to break down. Learn more about mattress care and maintenance for years of quality sleep!
Price: The cost of a pocket coil mattress is more expensive than a traditional innerspring for obvious reasons. Enhanced support, layers of foam, quilted padding make this mattress type a superior option for the best sleep. Prices for a twin mattress can range anywhere from $300-$1800. The coil count largely determines these prices. Generally speaking, the more springs within the mattress, the higher the price.