Relyon Vienna Ortho review
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- Pocket sprung
The Relyon Vienna Ortho is a pocket-sprung mattress that's traditionally hand-tufted and stitched. Relyon claims that it also has an anti-allergenic layer, as well as layers of foam, cotton and lambswool to improve comfort and support. Read our full mattress review to find out whether this is a winning combination when it comes to providing long-lasting support for your spine.
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