The bed with the most zones isn’t necessarily the best for your particular body. But the better a bed adapts to your body, the more likely you are to get a good night’s sleep. That’s why most of our beds have the top layer of springs divided into zones. The springs in these zones are adapted to the human anatomy and provide greater or lesser support along the length of the mattress. This helps to ensure an ergonomic sleeping position. But it’s also possible that a bed without zones is the most ideal for your body. That’s why you really need to test out our beds before making your decision.

7 zones

Our finest beds have pocket springs with 7 zones adapted to every individual part of your body. They ensure lower pressure on head/shoulders and hips, while providing more support at the waist and lower back, to keep your spine straight when you lie on your side.

5 zones

In these beds, the torso and waist zones are com-bined into one, as are the thigh and knee zones. This zone division is perfect when you have a broader waist and hip.

3 zones

Compared with the 5-zone bed, we’ve combined two more zones, so the bed adapts to torso, hips and legs – which is usually ideal for people with broad or sore shoulders.

Bed without zones

In a bed without zones, all the springs provide equal resistance over the entire bed, which some people prefer. Because even our beds without zones have pocket springs closest to the body, you are always assured good comfort.