Inofia mattresses have come a long way in the last couple of years.
They have gone from being a low end, cheaply made mattress with little care for they long term comfort and use, to a very good budget, trusted and reputable brand.
- 1 Value for money
- 2 I would say that they are very good value for money.
- 3 Design and qualities
- 4 Trust in the Inofia brand
- 5 Do Inofia mattresses last a Long Time?
- 6 Who / what are Inofia mattresses suitable for?
- 7 Who would an Inofia mattress not be suitable for? What are the negatives to these mattresses?
- 8 Summary
Value for money
Inofia mattresses are made in single, small double, double, king and sometimes queen size.
They are usually price at around the £200 mark for a standard double sized (4ft 6) mattress.
Some are slightly less than £200 and some are slightly more depending on which one you go for.
In terms of value for money, Inofia mattresses are very affordable, long lasting and offer a versatile range of properties to suit your needs;
From memory foam to pocket springs and a mix of the two.
I would say that they are very good value for money.
Whilst they are not the absolute top quality mattresses and it is easy to pick fault with Inofia mattresses, you must remember that they are a ‘budget mattress’.
The materials, level of comfort and support compares to some mattresses costing around the £600 – £700 bracket.
On top of this, I really like that Inofia has drastically improved their customer service and will do what they can to ensure that you are happy.
Their excellent 100 night trial offer and 10 year guarantee puts them up there with the very best mattresses on the market.
100 nights is a long time for you to change your mind, and considering they are offering this on a budget mattress that costs less than £200, this speaks volumes for the quality of their products.
Design and qualities
There are many different Inofia mattresses to compare and comment on.
My personal favourites would be the Inofia memory foam and pocket sprung mattress.
This mattress has the Inofia 100 night trial and 10 year guarantee.
It is a combination of pocket springs, offering excellent air circulation, and even support no matter which position you lie in.
It also makes it easier to get in and out of the bed, the springs give that extra bounce and help you to spring out of bed easier than with a 100% memory foam mattress.
The pocket springs combined with its memory foam layer mean this mattress is very comfortable and helps to relive aching joints. It is excellent value for money and is on the Inofia’s higher end mattresses, but is still less than £300 and is comparable to mattresses that cost a lot more.
Inofia make a range of mattresses, many of which have a similar structure, with pocket springs combined with memory foam for comfort and support.
With Inofia, price is everything and the more you pay, ultimately, the better your mattress will be.
They make some fairly cheap mattresses, these are not the best and should not be an indication of the quality of their better slightly higher priced mattresses.
The materials feel good quality and like the mattress are built to last.
Trust in the Inofia brand
My opinion and trust in the Inofia brand has increased significantly since they introduced their 100 day trial period and 10 year guarantee.
Your body can take weeks to fully adjust to the feel of a new mattress, what may feel comfortable at first may turn into a nightmare after a fortnight.
Equally, a mattress that feels too soft or too firm when you initially lie on it may adapt to the environment over a few weeks and to your body heat increasing in comfort as time goes on.
Having 100 days to try and out and potentially return the mattress gives you chance to buy and trust in something online that you haven’t been able to test out in a shop beforehand.
This is where Inofia excels, as other budget mattresses do not offer this trial period, and without trying a mattress out first, how do you know if you’re going to like it?
Do Inofia mattresses last a Long Time?
Whilst I haven’t personally owned one for Inofia’s guaranteed 10 years of use, the very fact that the guarantee is there speaks volumes for how long the mattresses will last.
We own a Tempur mattress and their guarantee is also 10 years.
It is recommended by many companies to replace a mattress after 7 – 10 years anyway. So you are likely to get a good number of years of use out of it.
It is also worth thinking about this logically.
If that mattress is being used by a child, teenager or petite framed adult, the mattress is likely to last many more than 10 years.
If the mattress is going to be used every night by two larger sized adults, the mattress is going to wear out quicker and will need replacing sooner.
Who / what are Inofia mattresses suitable for?
- An Inofia mattress would be perfect suitable for a main adults bed, with a view to replace it in 7 – 10 years depending on how much wear the bed has had.
- It would be the perfect mattress to use on a guest bed or spare room bed for example, a bed that is not going to be used every single night, but offers a more comfortable nights sleep for when your guests do use it.
- A child’s first mattress or teenager, going from perhaps a single bed to a double bed size. An Inofia mattress would be ideal as they don’t cost the Earth and therefore you wouldn’t be so upset if your child has an accident on the mattress without a protective sheet on it.
- Someone who gets hot at night and overheats – Inofia mattresses are built often with pocket springs and memory foam to increase the breathability and air circulation.
- Someone who is looking for a budget mattress under £300 or even under £200, who is worried about buying a mattress online without trying it out first. – Their 100 night trial period is there for this reason.
Who would an Inofia mattress not be suitable for? What are the negatives to these mattresses?
Inofia mattresses are, at the end of the day, designed with budget in mind.
They are not the most technologically developed or premium mattresses available, but they are very good for their reasonable price tag.
If you look for faults with their mattresses, you will find them.
- If you press down at an edge, the mattress will compress.
- If you sit upright in bed in one spot repeatedly, it will leave a dent where the springs get damaged – this happened in our old sprung mattress where I used to sit up in bed drinking coffee in a morning.
- If the bed is going to be used by two fully grown big adults, it will simply not last as long as it potentially could if a smaller person or child was using it.
- If you press down hard, you will feel the springs with your hand through the memory foam, this is because the weight is not being evenly distributed by your body.
Having said all of this, it is worth mentioning that these faults or problems are apparent in most mattresses to some degree.
One final note, is that most Inofia mattresses are delivered vacuum packed and tightly rolled up in a box.
This makes them heavy and difficult to manoeuvre upstairs.
If you live alone or are elderly or are someone with a weak back for example. It may not be a good idea to buy an Inofia mattress as they are usually delivered to your door only and you have to get them to the final destination room.
This can prove very tricky if you live in a flat without a lift or if you would not be able to manage the award heavy box.
You may be better to order your mattress from a company who personally deliver the mattress and will take it to a room of your choice. To save you from having to move it.
Of course it is worth mentioning that this shouldn’t out you off buying an Inofia mattress or any other mattress online for that matter. – You may have a very friendly helpful delivery driver who will kindly help you or a friendly neighbour or family member who may help you to carry the mattress upstairs.
I think that Inofia mattresses are a very good, trusted company to buy a budget mattress from.
If you are expecting to buy a premium, life changing mattress, to be your main mattress that you sleep on every night, perhaps consider spending a little bit more to get something like a Casper or Emma mattress.
However, if budget is what you’re after (were talking around the £200 mark, then you can’t go wrong with Inofia.
And if you order online and come to hate it in a few weeks, don’t worry, you will be able to get your money back and get rid of the mattress as they allow 100 nights to trial their mattresses.