ebabygoods Airflow Deep Comfort Mattress
Manufactured in England using the Deep Comfort Foam to ebabygoods specification.
A child’s mattress is an investment in a child’s future.
A comfortable mattress aids the vital sleep a child needs for the child’s development.
Buying a mattress for your baby or child can appear to be a minefield. Buying a mattress on ebay may appear more so.
If you aim is to buy the cheapest mattress, then you will find many cheap mattresses advertised very cheaply on ebay.
If you are after the best value for your money then you will find it hard to beat our Deep Comfort range of mattresses.
Why are ebabygoods Deep Comfort Mattresses so good.
The main qualities which make a good foam mattress are the softness and density of the foam.
Baby mattresses sold in the UK need to comply with the requirements of the Furniture and Furnishing (Fire Safety) Regulations 1988. One of the cheaper methods to achieve this is by the addition of Melamine. This has the adverse effect of making the foam harder and less comfortable. Our Deep Comfort mattresses are made from higher quality foam which avoids the use of cheap Melamine to meet the required Fire Safety standards and are softer and more comfortable.
A simple test for the softness is to hold an other manufacturers mattress in one hand and our Deep Comfort mattress in the other and give them a squeeze, the difference in feel should be obvious.
Generally the minimum density for baby mattresses factor 25 and will normally be described as CMHR25 foam.
The Density of the foam is not related to the softness of the mattress but the weight of the foam per cubic meter.
CMHR25 foam would weigh 25Kg if you had a 1 Meter cube of foam.
If you have cheap heavy elements in the composition of the foam such as Melamine less material is required to achieve factor 25 resulting in larger air bubbles giving less resilience and a shorter life to the mattress.
You can very simply test the density of any mattress you purchase by removing all the covers so you have the foam inner.
(a mattress cover can weigh over 1Kg.)
A mattress size 140x69x10cm would weigh 2.41Kg. if CMHR25.
A mattress size 120x60x10cm would weigh 1.8Kg. if CMHR25.
You may discover as we have that many mattresses sold online claim to be made from denser foam that you receive.