Kurlon and Sleepwell produce a variety of mattresses in India. Both companies offer rubberised coir, spring, and foam mattresses. Sleepwell also manufactures mattress accessories, such as pillows, comforters, and mattress protectors.

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Kurlon

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Mattress Types Spring, rubberised coir, foam and memory foam. Also offers a therapeutic foam mattress. Spring, rubberised coir, foam and memory foam.
Mattress Thickness Most Kurlon mattresses are 4 to 5 inches (10 cm to 13 cm) thick. Sleepwell mattresses are often at least 4.5 inches thick, with some models as much as 8 inches (20 cm) thick.
Price Generally less expensive than Sleepwell. Generally more expensive than Kurlon.
Warranty Different warranties on different models. Often 1-3 years. Different warranties on different models. Cheaper models have warranties that last 1-3 years. Pricier models have 7- to 10-year warranties.

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edit Spring Mattresses

Kurlon's range of spring mattresses includes Angelica, Panacea, and many others. Sleepwell has a smaller range of spring mattresses, including Amity, Harmony Royale, and Tranquil, as well as a few others.

edit Rubberised Coir (Coir and Latex) Mattresses

Both companies manufacture rubberised coir mattresses as well. Kurlon's selection includes Budget, Klassic, Kushi, and several others; a full list of their rubberised coir mattresses can be found here. Sleepwell offers rubberised coir mattresses like the Alpha DLX and Zenith Luxury. Their full list of rubberised coir mattresses can be found here.

edit Foam and Therapeutic Foam Mattresses

By far, Kurlon and Sleepwell manufacture foam and memory foam mattresses. Kurlon has foam models like the Magna and even has a therapeutic foam mattress called Ortho. Sleepwell's foam mattresses include the Nano, Regal, with their full foam line available here and here.

edit Materials

Kurlon and Sleepwell use similar materials — rubberised coir, foam and memory foam, and springs — to manufacture their mattresses.

Those who suffer from allergies should be cautious when it comes to rubberized coir. Coir is a common allergen, as is the latex used specifically to create the rubberized coir found in mattresses. Either look for a coir or latex mattress that has a good padded covering or skip them altogether.

edit Sizes

Both Kurlon and Sleepwell offer standard Indian mattress sizes. Furthermore, Kurlon will create custom mattress sizes on request.[1]

edit Thickness

In general, Sleepwell mattresses are thicker than Kurlon mattresses. Most Kurlon mattresses are 4 to 5 inches (10 cm to 13 cm) thick, while Sleepwell mattresses are often at least 4.5 inches thick, with some models (e.g., Majesty) as much as 8 inches (20 cm) thick.

edit Cost

In most all cases, Sleepwell mattresses are more expensive than Kurlon mattresses.

edit Where to Buy

Sleepwell products can be bought either online through the company's website or at one of the many locations which sell their products. Those wanting a Kurlon mattress must buy one in person from one of the businesses which sell them. In general, Sleepwell mattresses are more widely available across India.

edit Warranty

Kurlon often has different warranties on different mattress models. Cheaper models may have only a one- or two-year warranty. Their therapeutic foam mattress has a 3-year warranty. Rubberised coir mattresses have 5-year warranties.

Similar to Kurlon, Sleepwell's warranties vary by product. Their cheaper mattresses (e.g., Victor) often have short warranty periods of 1 to 3 years, but more expensive Sleepwell mattresses often come with 7- to 10-year warranties.

Some distributors may offer additional, longer warranties or repair deals separate from those offered by Sleepwell and Kurlon.


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