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By Aaron West
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Find out more on the brands which didn’t make the cut in this year’s list of the best mattress brands
Each year we ask thousands of Which? members about their mattress and from that create a list of the best and worst mattress brands. To make it into the list, each brand has to get at least 30 respondents, which means that some brands miss out.
Here is a summary of each big brand which didn’t feature on this year’s survey, in alphabetical order:
- Airsprung mattresses
- Emma mattresses
- Eve mattresses
- Leesa mattresses
- Millbrook mattresses
- Otty mattresses
Airsprung featured in 2017’s survey, but didn't get enough responses this year to feature.
Members can log in now to find out how well Airsprung did last year. If you're not a member, join Which? to get access to this page and all the locked content on our website, including our mattress reviews.
Airsprung mattresses are sold in a wide range of store, including Argos, Debenhams, Tesco, Littlewoods, Very, Mattressman, Asda, and Wilko. All are very reasonably priced, too:
- Costs: Foam: £200 to £355, Open coil: £129 to £380, Pocket sprung: £175 to £660
Every Airsprung mattress will come with a five year limited warranty - slightly less than the seven, eight, ten or even 25 year warranties which are available from most big brands.
This covers manufacturing faults and will include a full refund up to 12 months, with usage charges applied after 12 months (up to five years).
See how well Airsprung did in our tests by heading over to our Airsprung mattress reviews.
Emma now offers two bed-in-a-box mattresses. The Emma Original is comprised of memory foam, foam and pocket springs, while the slightly more high-end Emma 2nd Generation has increased memory foam depth and no springs.
You can buy Emma mattresses standalone or in bundles with a combination of its pillow, mattress protector and base.
- Costs: Emma Original: Single: £379, Double: £599, King: £649, Super King: £749; Emma 2nd generation: Single: £429, Double £649, King: £699, Super King: £799 (0% financing options available)
- Delivery: Free shipping and free returns in the UK
- Trial: 100 nights. If you decide to return the mattress, Emma will collect it free of charge and offer a full refund
- Existing mattress removal: Available for an additional £35. Pick-up at a separate time after delivery
- Guarantee: 10-year limited warranty on the mattress core
- Other products available: pillow, mattress protector, bed base
See our full Emma Original mattress review to see whether it really can offer full support.
With its bright yellow trim, the Eve mattress is certainly bound to catch your eye. It's made of a 3cm memory foam layer, 3cm cooling foam layer and 18cm supportive foam base.
Eve mattresses are actually on display in various branches of Debenhams, Fenwick department stores and Next Home, so it's worth checking to see if there's a display model near you.
- Costs: Single: £349, Double: £599, King £699, Super King: £799 (0% APR finance packages are available)
- Delivery: Free standard 3-day delivery, next-day express delivery available for £10
- Trial: 100 nights. If you decide to return the mattress, Eve will collect it free of charge and offer a full refund
- Existing mattress removal: Available for an additional £35 fee, after the delivery of your Eve mattress
- Guarantee: 10-year limited warranty covering manufacturing faults
- Other products available: cot mattress, pillow, mattress topper, mattress protector, bed frame, bedding (two bundles available)
See how it performed in our tests by reading our full Eve mattress review.
Leesa donates one mattress to a homeless shelter for every 10 it sells, plants one tree for every sale, and donates employee time to community volunteer work, so it pitches itself as an ethical option.
- Costs: Single: £399, Double: £599, King: £699, Super King: £769 (0% APR finance packages are available)
- Delivery: Free delivery (4-7 business days)
- Trial: 100 nights. If you decide to return the mattress, Leesa will offer a full refund
- Existing mattress removal: No option
- Guarantee: 10-year limited warranty covering all defects
- Other products available: Sheet set
See our full Leesa mattress review to discover whether it will really offer you a better night's sleep.
Millbrook featured in 2017’s survey, but unfortunately didn't get enough responses this year to feature.
Millbrook mattresses are sold in Furniture Village and Paul Simon, among other independent stores. They are also sold online at sites such as Mattress Online and Land of Beds.
- Costs: Average lowest price: £340, average highest price: £949
Every Millbrook mattress comes with a two year free warranty, which covers faulty workmanship and materials. After two years and up to 10 years, you will have to pay an increasing percentage contribution for the repair or replacement.
Members can log in now to find out how well Millbrook did in our survey last year. If you're not a member, join Which? to get access to this page and all the locked content on our website, including our Millbrook mattress reviews.
Otty claims that its patented memory foam/foam/pocket spring combination eliminates over-heating with a cool gel and airflow technology.
- Costs: Single: £350, Double: £450, UK King £550, Super King: £650 (0% financing available, ranging from 3 months to 12 months depending on the value of the purchase and the retailer)
- Delivery: Free shipping, £30 for premium shipping including allocated day and Saturday delivery, and free returns
- Trial: 100 nights. If you decide to return the mattress, Otty will offer a full refund
- Existing mattress removal: Optional, depending on your area
- Guarantee: 10-year limited warranty Other products available: Pillow and pet bed
See how it does in our tests, including how breathable the mattress is, by reading our full Otty mattress review.