Is Miracoil the same as pocket sprung?

Is Miracoil the same as pocket sprung?

Mirapocket mattresses are very similar, essentially featuring the same structure that pocket sprung mattresses provide. The main difference is that Mirapockets offer advanced zoned spring support. This ensures that the upper and lower ends of the mattress have ‘softer zones’ for upper and lower body comfort.

What is a Miracoil spring?

A Miracoil mattress is a continuous coil mattress, usually of a firm or medium support, that is filled with one long wire tied in many vertical loops, creating springs. It is optimal for steady sleepers looking for a cost-effective yet supportive mattress.

What is the difference between Mirapocket and Miracoil?

The miracoil is very similar to an open coil mattress which we advise against. Please read our article here for more information on cage sprung mattresses here. The Mirapocket is their version of a pocket spring more on everything about pocket springs here.

What makes miracoil mattresses different?

Miracoil’s springs and helicoil wires run top to toe to transfer weight down the mattress rather than across it, ensuring maximum durability with minimal partner disturbance. Models and structural components in the SleepMaker Miracoil Range vary and provide a selection of comfort choices.

Why choose Sleepmaker miracoil?

For consistent, even body support throughout the night, the continuous coil design of Miracoil has no equal. Head-to-toe support that helps to achieve good spinal alignment and more support where it’s needed most. SleepMaker Miracoil’s super-strength z-shaped coils will support you, year after year.

Why choose miracoil coils?

For consistent, even body support throughout the night, the continuous coil design of Miracoil has no equal. Combines super-strength 2.3mm gauge z-shaped coils and SleepMaker’s graduated five-zone system that provides support exactly where your body needs it the most.

What are miracoil and mirapocket?

Miracoil and Mirapocket are zoned systems to give you support where they need it most, such as shoulders and hips. This helps to align the spine and improve posture.