The Simba has 5 different layers with a total depth of 25cm. It begins with a hypoallergenic sleep surface that regulates body temperature, helping to keep sleepers cool even on hot Aussie nights.
The top layer is made of Simbatex synthetic latex infused with natural cooling soybean balms. This 4cm layer is breathable and doesn’t trap heat. Air flows freely around the mattress, making it cool to sleep on.
Next comes 20mm of conical pocket springs, enclosed in 100% polyester. These 2,500 springs move horizontally and vertically, providing support for all body shapes and movements.
The springs are sat on a 3.5cm layer of Visco memory foam. This provides the contouring and hugging sensation of the Simba.
Finally, there’s a 15.5cm layer of high resilience / density foam for comfort and support. With 7 different zones and ridges, it creates a durable mattress that promotes air flow and temperature control.
All foams used in the Simba have received the CertiPUR label. This means they meet the requirements of unwanted chemicals in foams – there are no heavy metals, flame retardants, mercury or lead used in their manufacture.
Plus, all Simba mattresses are sourced and made in Europe with factories in the UK and Poland.
The Simba’s cover is 100% polyester. It’s not removeable or washable and Simba recommends cleaning it with light fabric cleaning products or a soft, damp cloth. It’s standard mattress colours – white on top, grey sides – with a large teal Simba label. There’s a cushioned effect on the top and overall it looks sleek, simple and modern. The cover is thin to allow airflow, which is good if you sleep hot.
The Simba mattress cover — @simbasleep_au