The Elastic 2000 by Hollandia was designed with simplicity in mind. To allow the sleeper to directly experience all the comfort and benefits of sleeping on pure premium Talalay Latex. Those benefits are maximised in combination with a supportive High Resilience base layer and a complete ventilation solution in respect of the outer fabrics. As with all Hollandia products, the Elastic 2000 is finished with unique design elements, exceptional craftsmanship, and their signature feel of total comfort and luxury.
The logic of Sleep Engineering dictates that regardless of whether you sleep on your front, back or side, we create a 'pressure' map on the mattress. Greater pressure is naturally exerted at our hips and shoulder zones; which needs to be reduced for comfort, but it is those high pressure zones that also require the greatest underlying support in order to achieve spinal alignment. Our advanced mattresses and beds have been created with this zonal approach. This means differentiating the materials, firmnesses and construction techniques used in defining those zones so as to provide dynamicsleep systems that suit the contours of the body, and are individualised to your size and weight.
The resilience of a foam implies how much pressure is required to compress it, and how fast it bounces back. High Resilience foams require higher pressure to compress and have strong force in their rapid bounce back. As such, they are the perfect material to provide underlying support to mattress structures. By contrast, a visco elastic (memory foam) would be termed low resilience. Where our suppliers utilise HR foams it is generally either in the base layers of mattresses, or combined with other softer foams to create progressive support structures that create the marriage between support and comfort.
There is a lot of terminology banded around regarding the 'allergen' performance of mattresses. What we know is this: dust mites like to live in warm dark places, in moisture filled, closed environments. Latex mattresses afford no such opportunity, and neither do truly ventilated mattresses. Hypo-allergenic means 'less allergen likely than others', which is the truth of the matter and why we use that statement for mattresses to which it applies. In addition to a materials specific properties and the ventilation of mattresses to reduce allergens, most of our mattresses also have removable washable covers, which is a significant step in terms of being able to regularly wash away any dust, skin cells or allergens that are either airborne or may accumulate through your use of the bed.
At Rested, we have been quick to state that removable washable covers are an important feature that all highest tier mattresses should benefit from. We wash our sheets with great regularity, so why would we accept a mattress fabric that we can not also wash? Improving your hygiene and sleep environment (and therefore your sleep quality), reducing allergens, and preserving the longevity of your mattress, we believe it to be a feature that is a mark of quality. We also feel that it gives our clients confidence and peace of mind to see inside their mattress, and the craftsmanship and materials used in the creation of the worlds best mattresses.
We believe in Talalay Latex as the ultimate sleep material. As a material it is capable of delivering superior performance by way comfort, support, health & hygiene, and longevity. Which are all factors that matter for us in the creation of better sleep.Learn more