Should I buy a Bruno Mattress?
Emma’s mattresses have a rightly deserved positive reputation as a great buy, being consistently popular with both customers and the press. Both mattresses have a medium firmness, but still feel bouncy and, with their zoned support, offer good pressure relief for all sleeping positions. The combination of foams in the mattress means that they are extremely breathable and works hard to keep sleepers cool at night. The Emma Hybrid also adds in a layer of supportive pocket springs for even more body support and to aid in circulation.
Whilst the Emma mattresses can be a good choice for sleepers that move about a lot at night, couples may find that they’re not the best mattresses for motion transfer. If you’re a light sleeper, you may find that a partner’s movements wake you up. However, both mattresses are good at coping with sleepers of differing weights, with no danger of sleepers rolling towards each other. For an all foam mattress, the Emma Original actually provides pretty decent edge support. The Emma Hybrid is even better at edge support, with its layer of springs.