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Which? names new mattress Best Buys

StudiobySilentnightWhich? has named four mattresses as new Best Buys in its latest appraisal of the sector, with all scoring 70% or above.

Sealy’s Teramo 1400, first reviewed in June 2015, remains the highest scorer, with 77%. ‘When we tested this mattress in 2015, it was the best we had seen in years. More than a year on, we’re still yet to test anything that can match this Best Buy,’ said Which?.
Of those most recently reviewed, Studio by Silentnight’s Medium Comfort was the highest scoring with 76%, and Emma’s The Emma Mattress third overall with 74%.
‘This impressive foam mattress aced our body support and durability tests. It's one of the best mattresses we've tested in years and is fully deserving of our coveted Best Buy recommendation,’ which said of the Studio by Silentnight model.
The Emma Mattress was praised as: ‘This impressive mattress is incredibly durable and most people will get good support from it. It aced most of our tough tests, so we've made it a Best Buy.’
Hyde and Sleep’s Next-Gen Memory Foam scored 71% and was named a Best Buy along with Airsprung’s Hush from Airsprung Premium Mattress which scored 70%.
Other models in its most recent review were: Uno, Pocket Memory 2000 68%; Herdy Sleep, The Herdy Sleep Mattress 67%; Dreams, Insignia Bedgebury Pocket Sprung Mattress 62%; Relyon, Braemar 54%; Myers, Supreme Memory Comfort 50%.
Full details of the 15 Best Buys and other mattresses tested, including one Don’t Buy, are available to Which? subscribers.