Dorma Sandringham Pocket 7000 review
Test scoreShow Context
- Pocket sprung
- Average warmth
You may be tempted by the Dorma Sandringham 7000 if you’re looking for a high-end pocket-sprung mattress with luxurious natural fillings such as cashmere and silk. But while these materials might make it more comfortable to lie on, they don’t guarantee better support for your spine. Read our Dorma mattress review to find out if it’s worth buying.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s it like to lie on?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- Removable mattress cover
- Manufacturer phone number0345 165 6565
- Manufacturer websiteWww.dunelm.com
- Manufacturer guarantee10 years
- Manufacturer guarantee termsDorma mattresses have a 10 year guarantee as standard.
- Testing informationThis model was tested after we improved our mattress tests in November 2019, so the results are not directly comparable with models tested before that date. For full details on how we've changed our testing, head to our guide on 'how we test mattresses’.
- 44%Lowest score
- 66%Average score
- 81%Highest score
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