Simba Sleep started out in 1979 as a Derbyshire factory supplying threads for mattresses manufactured and supplied across the world. They have long been in the industry, but it was only in 2002 that they decided to create the best-ever mattress themselves.
Throughout the years, they continued to place great focus on research to improve their products and give their customers the outstanding sleep they deserve. Having sold 1 million mattresses along the way, the brand finally perfected with the original Simba Hybrid Mattress. The innovative product, now one of the most-reviewed in the UK, is a hybrid of foam and spring mattress that promises a comfort that’s just perfect for everyone.
The Simba mattress scored a 6.2 in the Ergonomics test. There are three variables that our ergonomics test looks at when evaluating the ergonomics score – point elasticity, stabilization, and ergonomics.
It is important for a mattress to be able to isolate motion to a single side. Simba scored okay in this aspect so you can be assured that you will not be disturbed by a sleeping partner should they get out of bed. The side you sleep on will also not be affected if your partner tosses and turns at night.
Stabilization looks at how good a mattress is in taking sudden movements and shakes. A good mattress will be able to withstand normal turns and twists of a person and with the Simba mattress, you should have no worries as the mattress will be stable regardless of how much you move around.
Ergonomics meanwhile evaluates the zones of support a mattress has that ensures spinal alignment. Simba gives great zonal support which keeps your spine aligned – regardless of your sleeping position.
We use a mattress for a good number of years that’s why Durability is one of the things we measure. Simba scored a 4.8 in this tests which is not really a good score. This means that under our heavy rollers that simulate 10 years of usage, the mattress had a significant sag and change in form. The Simba mattress will still last you a long time but there will be noticeable changes on the mattress the longer you use it.
Since Simba’s mattress is not removeable and washable, we were not able to award a point for this test. We believe it is important for a mattress to be easy to care for and maintain. With Simba’s non removeable cover, it will be challenging to remove stains and to clean the mattress.
Simba weighs 16.9kgs which is relatively light for a mattress. It also has side handles which will make it easy for you to move the mattress around should you need to.
The original Simba Mattress is covered with a hypoallergenic knitted layer. While it’s thick and soft, it features pores to encourage airflow. For ease of use, the cover also includes handles at the sides. However, it is not removable or washable. To clean stains and spots, you can use a soft, damp cloth for gentle dirt removal.
Top cover: Made of 100% polyester
With four layers comprising its core, the Simba Mattress offers unbeatable support and comfort. Their topmost open-cell layer facilitates breathability during sleep, while the second layer with unique patented titanium Aerocoil® springs give the mattress a comfortable firmness that feels just right. Aside from their zoned support base, the Simba hybrid mattress also has an additional high-definition foam for edge support.
The Simba Hybrid Mattress is a good quality mattress that promises to give you the comfort of a good night’s sleep. With a longer trial at 200 nights, you can be assured of your purchase because the company gives you a long window to make up your mind. Order your Simba Hybrid Mattress here today!