054 Nature Polo Coco
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054 Nature Polo Coco

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Price: €390.00
Enhanced with coconut and horsehair felt in its content, the anatomical Nature Polo Coco mattress is an ideal mattress choice with an emphasis on natural materials. In this way, it remains at cool temperatures giving the ability to regulate wetness and provide significant hypoallergenic properties. It also includes cotton and woolen wadding that further enhances its proper behavior against high temperatures. Made of Bonnell springs with metal frame that contribute to its strong hold on surface and edges.
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  • Τύπος
    Bonnell

    Bonnell Spring is the oldest spring type technology and is currently widely used in the entry-level spring mattresses. Bonnell springs are hourglass-shaped, and the ends of the wire are knotted or wrapped around the top and bottom circular portion of the coil and self-tied. During the production process we fry the spring in higher temperatures to make it extremely durable, while we include far more coils than the average mattress in the industry, to ensure quality. Bonnell springs are highly recommend it for babies and young individuals during their growth, to prevent future back complications.

  • Bonnell
    2,4mm 345 pcs / 160x200
  • Board Protection
    Board Protection

    A fabric that enhances the mattress on the outside, to better maintain its form, for a long-lasting result.

  • Natural Cotton
    Cotton

    Cotton is a natural raw material, used in our everyday lives. Its antibacterial protection, thermo-regulative properties, while it absorbs sweat and properly ventilates the mattress. Lastly, natural materials is generally something we should pursue, as we spend 1/3 of our day on the mattress.

  • Wool
    Wool

    Approximately at 200 B.C. the ancient-Romans considered wool as the ideal component for their mattress. Just like with everything else, nothing was a coincidence in the ancient Rome! By the 18th century, wool became again popular for our sleep, as people scientifically proved the health benefits. One of the most important is the hypoallergic property this natural raw material have, as we spend a good amount of time during the day for our sleep. After undergoing through a special process, it is naturally cleansed, while it maintains the naturality. Finally, it has thermo-regulative properties, and it gives us warmer sensation during the winter, and cooler during the summer. On top of that, it absorbs the humidity, providing a necessary comfort that everyone needs.

  • Cocofelt with Latex
    Cocofelt

    The most commonly used felt in mattresses, is the coco-felt. It is made up from coconut fibers, infused with latex juice, drained from locals in the tropical coasts of Asia. Our coco-felt is strictly from coco fibers where the coconut tree prospers, and therefore, gives us the full range of the properties we are seeking. The coco-felt we use, absorbs the humidity and at the same time allows proper ventilation. It provides a more flexible surface, that assists the mattress to softly hold our bodies. The combination of latex, ensures us for a long-lasting result with orthopedic properties, ideal for nearly everyone. Lastly, it has thermal insulation properties, which maintain the temperatures steady.

  • Horse hair
    Horse Hair

    Around the 1750s, the elite across Europe used horsehair for their luxurious mattresses. Horsehair became a very popular filling at the time, as the technology started progressing exponentially, they discovered several beneficial attributes. On top of that, the latex-like feeling that often is compared to a pillow, made it ideal. Based on today’s research and development within the mattress industry, beneficial attributes have been discovered, such as the ability to repel micro-organisms, and its strong hypoallergic properties. Further advanced research has also proven, that horsehair regulates the humidity within the mattress, which assures the elasticity and endurance, within time.

Mattress Features

Hardness
Hardness
Thickness
Thickness
26/28 cm
Antiallegric
Antiallegric
Yes
Adapts to the body
Adapts to the body
Yes
Ventilated
Ventilated
Yes
Anatomic
Anatomic
Yes
Zipper
Zipper
Yes

Materials

Fabric knitting Velute 5A
Wadding cotton 350 gr/m2
Wadding wool 400 gr/m2
Non-woven G50
Horse hair felt 2,5 cm
Cocofelt with latex - 1cm
White Felt 900 gr/m2
Bonnell springs with metal frame 2,4mm
Foam board Νο 400
Border mattress - with handles, and color edging
White Felt 900 gr/m2
Cocofelt with latex - 1cm
Horse hair felt 2,5 cm
Non-woven G50
Wadding wool 400 gr/m2
Wadding cotton 350 gr/m2
Fabric knitting Velute 5A

Mattress Material

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cm
There must be 1-2 cm free space, between the mattress and the bed frame, in order to keep it in good condition for many years.

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  • Τύπος
    Bonnell Springs
    Bonnell

    Bonnell Spring is the oldest spring type technology and is currently widely used in the entry-level spring mattresses. Bonnell springs are hourglass-shaped, and the ends of the wire are knotted or wrapped around the top and bottom circular portion of the coil and self-tied. During the production process we fry the spring in higher temperatures to make it extremely durable, while we include far more coils than the average mattress in the industry, to ensure quality. Bonnell springs are highly recommend it for babies and young individuals during their growth, to prevent future back complications.

  • Board Protection
    Board Protection
    Board Protection

    A fabric that enhances the mattress on the outside, to better maintain its form, for a long-lasting result.

  • Natural Cotton
    Natural Cotton
    Cotton

    Cotton is a natural raw material, used in our everyday lives. Its antibacterial protection, thermo-regulative properties, while it absorbs sweat and properly ventilates the mattress. Lastly, natural materials is generally something we should pursue, as we spend 1/3 of our day on the mattress.

  • Wool
    Wool
    Wool

    Approximately at 200 B.C. the ancient-Romans considered wool as the ideal component for their mattress. Just like with everything else, nothing was a coincidence in the ancient Rome! By the 18th century, wool became again popular for our sleep, as people scientifically proved the health benefits. One of the most important is the hypoallergic property this natural raw material have, as we spend a good amount of time during the day for our sleep. After undergoing through a special process, it is naturally cleansed, while it maintains the naturality. Finally, it has thermo-regulative properties, and it gives us warmer sensation during the winter, and cooler during the summer. On top of that, it absorbs the humidity, providing a necessary comfort that everyone needs.

  • Cocofelt with Latex
    Cocofelt with Latex
    Cocofelt

    The most commonly used felt in mattresses, is the coco-felt. It is made up from coconut fibers, infused with latex juice, drained from locals in the tropical coasts of Asia. Our coco-felt is strictly from coco fibers where the coconut tree prospers, and therefore, gives us the full range of the properties we are seeking. The coco-felt we use, absorbs the humidity and at the same time allows proper ventilation. It provides a more flexible surface, that assists the mattress to softly hold our bodies. The combination of latex, ensures us for a long-lasting result with orthopedic properties, ideal for nearly everyone. Lastly, it has thermal insulation properties, which maintain the temperatures steady.

  • Horse hair
    Horse hair
    Horse Hair

    Around the 1750s, the elite across Europe used horsehair for their luxurious mattresses. Horsehair became a very popular filling at the time, as the technology started progressing exponentially, they discovered several beneficial attributes. On top of that, the latex-like feeling that often is compared to a pillow, made it ideal. Based on today’s research and development within the mattress industry, beneficial attributes have been discovered, such as the ability to repel micro-organisms, and its strong hypoallergic properties. Further advanced research has also proven, that horsehair regulates the humidity within the mattress, which assures the elasticity and endurance, within time.

  • Antiallegric
    Antiallegric

    Our fabrics are skin-friendly, from pure raw materials. In contrast to recycled and radioactive raw materials, we use only certified raw materials to promote health and quality during our sleep. Incidents of carcinogenic raw materials have been reported in the industry, where we responded by asking certificates from credible associations.

  • Ventilated
    Ventilated

    Better ventilated from the average mattress, helping us to regulate the temperature of the micro-climate in our mattress.

  • Anatomic
    Anatomic

    It takes the structure of your body, providing a better result.

  • Zipper
    Zipper

    To assure the quality of the materials inside the mattress.

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