Benson For Beds Zip And Link
A zip and link bed refers to two individual bed bases that can be locked together to form one larger base, paired with two individual mattresses that can zip together to form one larger, comfortable bed.
benson for beds zip and link
The two separate bases of a zip and link bed are connected using linking bars at each end. The bars are very strong and sturdy and hold the bases tightly together, so there is no gap or movement between them.
Maintaining healthy sleep habits is crucial for both your mental and physical health. Because zip and link beds have two separate mattresses, movement transfer between the mattresses is greatly minimised, so if you or your partner are especially restless sleepers, this advantage of zip and link beds should help improve your sleep quality.
Another advantage of zip and link beds is that the mattresses will last longer than traditional mattresses. When you use two individual mattresses rather than one larger one, you benefit from each mattress having four supportive edges around them. This greatly reduces the risk of sagging or creating a dip in the middle of the mattress, thereby extending the life of your mattress.
One thing that might put you off a zip and link mattress is tracking down suitable bedding. However, with our zip and link XL mattresses, the 5ft Zip and Link XL has the same measurements as a king bed, and the 6ft Zip and Link XL has the same measurements as a super king bed. This means that you can buy standard-sized bedding to cover the full bed (and it helps to complete the cohesive look!).
Even better, zip and link beds are comfortable because you can choose which type of mattress you would like for each side. This gives you or your guests the choice of what mattress they would like to sleep on.
Bensons for beds lists the number of pocket springs in this mattress which helps give you an idea of the responsivity of the mattress. A rule of thumb is that a king-size mattress should at least have 1000 pocket springs moving up to 2000 in a kingsize. 2000 is the maximum springs you can contain within a kingsize. Another rule of thumb is the lower the spring count the thicker the wire vs the higher the thinner the wire so they can take up the same space of the mattress. i.e the space inside a kingsize mattress is fixed so the wire thickness has to change to accommodate this dependent on the number of springs.
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Hi there, it's not technically housekeeping but seemed thd most appropriate section....Does anyone have a super king zip and link bed? I currently have a standard double and have spent a good couple of weeks looking at beds, I finally made up my mind and went into Bensons and then the guy in the shop asked me if a super king will definitely fit up the stairs as they are not very flexible? Doh!? I've been looking at 2800 pocket sprung with geltex topper, I got my husband to try and get our double mattress up the stairs length ways and it would need to bend round to get past the initial downstairs hallway ceiling but once past that section the ceiling is high....I don't know how flexible they are.... I'm guessing extremely heavy, deep and not very so was then considering a zip and link instead.I really want a superking but will I feel the join in a zip and like bed? Will it break when my children creep into the bed and are in the middle between my husband and myself? Is the join uncomfortable if you move to the middle? I know you can get toppers but do I want to spend a huge amount of money and time on finding the perfect gel topped bed only you have to buy a topper to mask the join?Any help would be greatly appreciated!Thanks
I have a Vi Spring zip & link super king. It is basically two large singles. The base separates into two & each bed has its own mattress so DH & I have different levels of firmness.I have a super king fitted mattress cover (John Lewis) & have never noticed the zip.Honestly, it is the best bed I've ever had. Can be together when ever we want but can roll over & sleep separately. Never wake up if DH gets up to pee as don't feel the mattress moving.Mine was a special made for John Lewis (called Truro) & is similar to thisthis is the mattress topper.I was worried about feeling the gap/zip but in ten years never have. Have no young DCs so can't answer that one.
We have a zip link and haven't found the join a problem. It has a sort of cover over the zip a bit like on a coat if that makes sense (sorry). It is useful as you can separate into 2 beds if you have guests stay.
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