John Lewis Classic Collection Ortho Support 1000 review
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- Pocket sprung
The John Lewis Classic Collection Ortho Support 1000 is a classic pocket-sprung mattress, in that it's two-sided and only contains springs rather then layers of foam. It's reasonably priced, too, but it's only worth buying if it can provide long-lasting support for your spine. Read our John Lewis mattress review for our expert verdict.
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- What is it?
- What's it like to lie on?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
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- Should I buy it?
- Removable mattress cover
- Length188 cm
- Width135 cm
- Depth25 cm
- Manufacturer phone number0345 604 9049
- Manufacturer websiteWww.johnlewis.com
- Testing informationThis model was tested before we changed our mattress tests in November 2019, so the results are not directly comparable with models tested after 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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