John Lewis SleepGreen Natural Luxury Luxe review
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The John Lewis SleepGreen Natural Latex Pocket Spring Mattress is an expensive pocket-sprung model. It’s upholstered using natural latex and sustainably sourced seaweed, and the retailer claims that ‘this innovative combination gives your body a feeling of weightlessness’. But is this true and can it justify its high price tag? We sent this mattress to the Which? test lab to find out. Read on for our verdict.
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