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Myers Malvern Easycare ReviewWith the year in full swing, there are many new models of beds coming out as the manufacturers think of new designs and spring systems to make our nights even more restful. Lots of things keep us awake at night. Anything from stress, worrying about the EU referendum or using so many gadgets that we can’t switch off. One thing that should never keep you up is a bad bed. This brings us to my next review, a brand new model for 2016, which we have just taken delivery of.

This week I’ll be reviewing the Myers Malvern Easycare Divan Bed

This bed has literally been on our showroom floor for 20 minutes and there nothing nicer than jumping on a brand new bed. OK after laying on it for the last half an hour I must say this bed passed my expectations of how I thought it would feel. Before I tried it I saw the price and I prejudged it upon this basis. I know I shouldn’t have done but we’re all guilty of it at sometime. You see the Malvern Easycare bed is on offer with 2 free drawers until the end of May so a 135cm double bed is just £399. A 5ft / king size is £499.00 so at those prices I didn’t expect my body to have full support. However, Myers have put a twin layer spring unit in the mattress, which contoured itself to my shape and with a deep filled quilted cover it made me feel like I was in a luxury hotel.

Myers bedThe double layer of super responsive springs on a platform top base compliments the mattress to its highest potential. Although the mattress is bedstead friendly, the divan set would suit most people of different heights and weights as the double layered spring unit offers more support. The quilting adds an element of luxury.

Another key element I always like to see in a mattress is non-turn, which as expected this mattress is. You only have to rotate it. I mean who wants to be flipping there mattresses over after a hard day’s work on a hot summer day? Just a quick turn and you’re sorted for another 3-4 months, mattress age dependent.

Okay so you have only recently brought a new bed for yourself, but this model starts at £229.00 for a single mattress. Is it time to upgrade the kid’s mattress or bed? Or how’s that guest bed looking? Don’t be embarrassed when guests come to stay, this mattress would suit everyone if for a night or 2 only. Just don’t let them get too cozy, they might not want to leave!

My final analysis for the Myers Malvern Easycare Divan Bed;

Whether you need a new bed for yourself, or just the spare room, this bed comes in at a fantastic price allowing you to spurge out on some added extra’s from a matching headboard to a soft sumptuous new duvet. There’s been no better time to treat yourself. There are options available from non-storage, storage drawers  all the way to an Ottoman base. Made in the UK with 2 years Guarantee its safe to say, you won’t go wrong with the Myers Malvern Easycare.

Prices quoted are correct at the time of writing theis blog and are subject to change.