Our 2015 mattress group test has uncovered five new Best Buys, including a pocket-sprung model that’s the best mattress we’ve tested since 2011.
This impressive Best Buy, which scored 77% in our tests, is one of the most durable mattresses we’ve seen – it will still be in great condition even after years of use. It’s very easy to turn over on this mattress, and you won’t disturb your partner when you do.
Among the other new mattresses we’ve tested are own-brand mattresses from Argos, Ikea John Lewis and Marks and Spencer, a latex mattress from Dunlopillo and pocket-sprung mattresses from established brands such as Sealy and Silentnight.
Check out our mattress reviews to find out which mattresses we rate as Best Buys.
This latest mattress reviews includes memory foam, pocket sprung and latex mattresses, with prices ranging from a very cheap £200 Argos mattress to a pricey £1,349 Dunlopillo model. The full list is below – click the links to read our reviews.
- Dunlopillo Royal Sovereign – £1,349
- Ikea Hesseng 102.587.30 – £540
- i-Sleep Collect and Go Pocket Sprung Memory Foam – £200
- John Lewis Essentials Collection Pocket 1000 – £250
- Marks & Spencer Natural 1250 T653129J – £549
- Sealy Teramo 1400 – £729
- Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe – £349
- Silentnight Geltex Ultimate Collection 1400 – £879
- Sleepeezee Sensoria Zenith – £499
- Staples Audley – £659
Best mattress topper brands
Looking for a cheaper way to get a more comfortable night’s sleep? A mattress topper could be the answer.
A mattress topper sits on top of a mattress, offering a layer of memory foam or extra padding, and can be bought for as little as £10 – although most cost more than that.
You’ll want to buy from a mattress topper from a brand you can trust, so we’ve surveyed hundreds of Which? members to discover which mattress topper brands stand out – read our guide to find out which are the best mattress topper brands.