2" inch thick mattress topper to provide extra support for a restful night sleepAnchor bands are attached on each corner to provide the secure fit to eliminate shifting
The fact is that thick mattresses are made that way for a reason; it’s true they will eventually break down, but all things do? Even though mattresses are built using smaller amounts of steel, today’s coils support us in ways we could only dream about 30 years ago. Today’s coils are taller to give where they need to give and placed where they can support you best.
The last time my wife and I purchased a mattress and box spring I ended up taking the box spring back and placing a piece of plywood on the slats and placing the 14 inch thick mattress on the plywood which was supported by the slats and calling that good enough. I really think it so stupid to need a latter to get into bed or even being afraid of falling out of bed and getting a skull fracture because of the distance to the floor. Not to mention that the mattresses and box spring end up being taller than the headboard. Who ever started that. The box spring in not a spring its a WOODEN BOX which has no spring to it at all, why do they not call it what it is, a double size coffin.
Mattress models ranging in thickness from 10 to 14 inches thick are the most acceptable to mattress buyers. As shown above traditional coil can range from about 5 inches to well over 20 inches in thickness. Yes, I said 20 inches. However do not fear, bedding manufacturers looking to make a buck are on the ball and are making special sheets, mattress pads, and bed spreads to fit these new thick mattresses. If you have problems finding the correct mattress thickness be sure to a mattress store.