Emma Original Hybrid Double review
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- Memory foam and springs
The Emma Original Hybrid is the brand’s ‘most-advanced mattress’. Its zoned pocket-spring core is topped with layers of pressure-relieving memory foam, which Emma says offers ‘exceptional comfort and support’. A 200-night trial, a 10-year guarantee and ‘hassle-free returns’ are on offer to tempt you. Will this mattress support your spine sufficiently, or will it sag and soften over time? Read our full review before you treat yourself to this mattress.
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- Removable mattress cover
- Length192 cm
- Width136.5 cm
- Depth24.5 cm
- Manufacturer phone number0144 290 2151
- Manufacturer websiteWww.emma-mattress.co.uk
- Testing informationThis model was tested after we changed 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’.
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