Wimaflex Bases

$599.00$3,440.00

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Wimaflex, in 100% FSC® timber, is an anatomical bed base that combines cutting-edge technology production processes with artisan craftsmanship, paying special attention to sustainability, environment and human values.

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Wimaflex Bases

$599.00$3,440.00

Wimaflex Bases

$599.00$3,440.00

Wimaflex, in 100% FSC® timber, is an anatomical bed base that combines cutting-edge technology production processes with artisan craftsmanship, paying special attention to sustainability, environment and human values.

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Crafted from 100% natural latex sourced from rubber tree sap
$89.00 – $149.00

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Main Features
  • Two International forest certification standards, FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) and PEFC (Programme for Endorsement of Forest Certification).

  • Only certified raw materials are used, ensuring rigorous observance of the limits established for formaldehyde emissions from wood-based panels. In addition, only glues without chlorine are used throughout the production process.

  • Can be dismantled, recycled and re-used (cradle to cradle).

  • Adjustable tensioner sliders make it possible to customise the elasticity of the lumbar area for each individual’s needs.

  • Ergonomically comfortable with twin slats that are fitted into strong flexible suspensions that adapt to body weight and body figure.

  • Where shoulders rest, the suspensions are softer and designed to assist side sleepers and reduce neck and shoulder pressure.

  • The quality of the dove-tail patented corner joints guarantees solidity but also a good look. Side caps to conceal screws, complete Dorsal’s attention to detail.

Materials and Certifications

Any questions?

Our helpful Sleep Specialists are ready to assist you. Feel free to call us or visit our store.

Adjustable
Customise Your Comfort

Adjustable tensioner sliders make it possible to customise the elasticity of the lumbar area for each individual’s needs.

Unique To You
Structural adaptation

Ergonomically comfortable with twin slats that are fitted into strong flexible suspensions that adapt to body weight and body figure.

Shoulder Area
Side Sleepers

Where shoulders rest, the suspensions are softer and designed to assist side sleepers and reduce neck and shoulder pressure.

Quality
Details, Details, Details...

The quality of the dove-tail patented corner joints guarantees solidity but also a good look. Side caps to conceal screws, complete Dorsal’s attention to details.

FSC® 100% Timber
A Forest In Your Bed

FSC® is a certification that guarantees the use in production processes of timber from sustainable forests, responsibly managed, in terms of environmental, social and economic issues. The FSC® label on products is an assurance of transparency which makes you, better aware of the choice you are making, and more responsible in your purchases.

What our customers think

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Very happy we made the switch from pocket spring to a Revor latex mattress. No more tossing and turning and we are waking up refreshed. The service we had from the team at Latex Bedding Co was also exceptional.
Jonathon Tainsh
Google Reviews
2023
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Good product, comfort for all types of bears. Soft for baby, just right for mummy and nice and firm for daddy bear! We have had a latex mattress for 20 years and love our new one!
Paulie
Google Reviews
2023
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From the start this was a positive purchasing experience. Dave & Cliff at the Crows Nest store were extremely helpful, with no pressure selling tactics applied! They were very professional and extremely knowledgeable regarding the bedding industry and particularly latex. After deciding on our purchase our mattresses (Euro Natural long singles, which can be placed on adjustable beds) were delivered on time by a friendly and helpful delivery driver. Overall we would highly recommend this company, after doing much research on all types of mattresses.
Lyn B.
Product Reviews
2023
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Now that we have been using it for a month or so we are very happy and sleeping comfortably. Even when we encountered a minor hiccup associated with the delivery and assembly, Dave was terrific and went to quite a bit of trouble to sort out those wrinkles. First class!
M and L Mosman Sydney
Product Reviews
2022
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My husband and I have never slept better since getting our bed! It's like sleeping on a cloud! The service was exceptional and it was very easy to set up and customise. We can't recommend it highly enough.
Elizabeth Hansford
Google Reviews
2023

Frequently Asked
Questions

What type of bed base/frame should I use?

Latex mattresses work well with several types of bed bases/frames:

  1. Platform Bed: These frames offer a solid base that provides excellent support for latex mattresses. Ensure the slats, if present, are spaced appropriately (usually 2-3 inches apart) to prevent sagging.

  2. Adjustable Bed Base: Latex mattresses are compatible with adjustable bases, allowing you to elevate your head or feet. Ensure the mattress is flexible enough to bend with the adjustable base.

  3. Slatted Base: Slatted frames with sturdy, closely spaced slats can work well with latex mattresses. Make sure the slats offer consistent support across the entire surface.

  4. Solid Foundation: A solid foundation or base provides a flat, even surface for your latex mattress. Ensure it’s supportive and doesn’t sag, affecting the mattress’s comfort and longevity.

When choosing a bed base or frame for your latex mattress, consider factors like the mattress warranty, the type of support the mattress needs, your comfort preferences, and specific recommendations from the mattress manufacturer. Always check the mattress warranty to ensure the chosen bed base/frame doesn’t void it.

Can I put the Revor on an adjustable bed base?

Latex mattresses are perfectly suited for adjustable bed bases, as they can be folded or bent without incurring any damage. Hospitals often rely on latex mattresses for this very reason.

As this too is a personal decision, here are some considerations:

  1. Slatted Base: Latex mattresses generally work well with slatted bases. Ensure the slats are close together (usually 2-3 inches apart) to provide even support. Flexible slats or those with adjustable tension can enhance comfort.

  2. Platform/Base/Foundation: A solid platform or foundation provides consistent support for a latex mattress. It should be sturdy and even to prevent sagging.

  3. Adjustable Bed Base: Latex mattresses are compatible with adjustable bases, allowing you to elevate your head or feet. Check mattress compatibility, as some might not bend easily with certain adjustable bases.

  4. Box Spring: While some people use box springs with latex mattresses, it’s not always necessary. If you prefer a higher bed or like the feel of a box spring, ensure it offers adequate support without excessive bounce.

  5. Floor: In some cases, placing a latex mattress directly on the floor can work. Ensure the floor is clean and dry to prevent moisture buildup.

Consider your comfort preferences, and any specific needs (like back support or preferences for mattress height), and ensure the chosen base provides ample support and doesn’t void the mattress warranty. If possible, consult with our specialists for their recommended bed base options for your specific Revor mattress model.

How do I know which bed setup is best for me?

The best bed base for your latex mattress depends on personal preferences and the type of support you prefer. Here are some considerations:

  1. Slatted Base: Latex mattresses generally work well with slatted bases. Ensure the slats are close together (usually 2-3 inches apart) to provide even support. Flexible slats or those with adjustable tension can enhance comfort.

  2. Platform/Base/Foundation: A solid platform or foundation provides consistent support for a latex mattress. It should be sturdy and even to prevent sagging.

  3. Adjustable Bed Base: Latex mattresses are compatible with adjustable bases, allowing you to elevate your head or feet. Check mattress compatibility, as some might not bend easily with certain adjustable bases.

  4. Box Spring: While some people use box springs with latex mattresses, it’s not always necessary. If you prefer a higher bed or like the feel of a box spring, ensure it offers adequate support without excessive bounce.

  5. Floor: In some cases, placing a latex mattress directly on the floor can work. Ensure the floor is clean and dry to prevent moisture buildup.

Consider your comfort preferences, any specific needs (like back support or preferences for mattress height), and ensure the chosen base provides ample support and doesn’t void the mattress warranty. If possible, consult with the mattress manufacturer for their recommended bed base options for your specific latex mattress model.

What are the different types of bed frames?

There are various types of bed frames available, each with its unique design and functionality. Here are some common types:

  1. Platform Bed: These frames have a solid base to support the mattress, often with slats or a solid surface. They come in various styles, from simple and modern designs to ones with storage compartments.

  2. Adjustable Bed Frame: Designed to change positions, allowing the head or foot of the bed to be elevated. These frames are ideal for people with specific health needs or those who prefer customizable sleeping positions.

  3. Traditional Bed Frame: These frames often include headboards and footboards, providing a classic look and additional support for the mattress. They come in various materials and styles, offering a timeless aesthetic.

  4. Storage Bed: Frames with built-in drawers or compartments underneath, providing extra storage space. These are particularly useful in smaller bedrooms.

When choosing a bed frame, consider factors like mattress size, room size, design preferences, functionality (such as storage needs), and the overall aesthetic you want to achieve in your bedroom.

How much do bed frames usually cost?

The prices of our bed frames vary between $299 and $2799 based on the size and model you choose.

The cost of bed frames or bases can vary widely depending on several factors such as the material, design, brand, size, and additional features like storage. On average, a basic bed frame might range from around $100 to $500, while more specialized or high-end frames can cost anywhere from $500 to several thousand dollars. Adjustable bases or frames with advanced features tend to be at the higher end of the price spectrum. Ultimately, the price range is quite broad and depends on the specific style and features you’re looking for in a bed frame.

What is the best material for a bed frame?

The “best” material for a bed frame often depends on personal preferences, style, and budget.

The best material for a bed frame ultimately depends on your preferences for style, durability, maintenance, and budget. Consider factors like the overall aesthetic you want for your bedroom, the mattress you’ll be using, and how well the material complements your decor and lifestyle.

What is the best bed frame for me?

The best bed frame for you depends on several factors:

  1. Personal Preference: Consider your style preferences. Do you prefer modern, rustic, minimalist, or classic designs?

  2. Room Size: The size of your room matters. A smaller room might benefit from a platform or storage bed to maximize space.

  3. Mattress Type: Certain bed frames suit specific mattress types. For instance, platform beds work well with memory foam or latex mattresses.

  4. Support Needs: If you require extra support due to back issues, look for frames that offer sturdy support.

  5. Additional Features: Storage beds are great for maximizing space, while adjustable beds offer customizable sleeping positions.

  6. Budget: Determine your budget range for a bed frame, as prices can vary significantly based on material and design.

Considering these factors will help you narrow down options and find a bed frame that suits your preferences, fits your mattress, and complements your room. If possible, try visiting furniture stores or browsing online to see various styles and designs firsthand before making a decision.

What bed base do I need for my Revor mattress?

Due to the durability of latex, any bed base is acceptable, but all bases should breathe, so slatted or sprung bases are preferable.

Latex mattresses work well with various bed bases, but the best choice often depends on personal preferences.

  1. Slatted Bases: Slatted bases offer good support and airflow for latex mattresses. Ensure the slats are evenly spaced (usually 2-3 inches apart) to prevent sagging.

  2. Platform Beds: These solid bases provide excellent support for latex mattresses. Ensure the platform is sturdy and has enough ventilation to prevent moisture buildup.

  3. Adjustable Bases: Latex mattresses are usually compatible with adjustable bases, allowing you to elevate different parts of the mattress for added comfort while reading or watching TV.

  4. Box Springs: While box springs were traditionally paired with innerspring mattresses, some people still prefer them with latex. However, ensure the box spring is firm and offers adequate support to prevent sagging.

  5. Solid Foundations: Solid foundations or bed frames made of solid wood or metal with a flat, firm surface can also work well with latex mattresses.

When choosing a bed base, consider the manufacturer’s recommendations for your specific latex mattress. Some warranties may require specific types of support to maintain the warranty coverage. Additionally, ensure proper ventilation to prevent moisture buildup, which can affect the durability of the latex.