|Free Flow||-||0%||-||F0 layers||-||15/20 seconds|
|Semi Flow||-||50%||-||F2/3 layers||-||8/10 seconds|
|Waveless||-||75%||-||F4/5 layers||-||5/6 seconds|
|Motionless||-||95%||-||F6 layers||-||2/3 seconds|
|Fully Stabilised||-||99%||-||F7/8 layers||-||0/1 second ( Ultimate, Mudbed)|
|Ergo foam (water mattresses)||Delayed reaction|
Contains no fibre, and as the name suggests, it will move for at least 15-20 seconds before settling. Traditionally, this is how a waterbed was made, giving rise to the image that a waterbed will make you seasick.
Semi Motionless (50%)
Stops moving after about 8-10 seconds. With only a small price increase as you step up through the range.
With about 5-6 seconds movement, this mattress still has the feel of sleeping on a waterbed, but you are no longer disturbed by the movement of the water.
The mattress has a little movement and it readjusts to your body shape. The motionless is a popular mattress.
Fully Stabilised (99%)
The mattress is filled with layers of fibre (baffles) which will absorb nearly all the waters movement making this mattress fully stabilised.
With your choice of motion
- 1. Water displaced by one person does not affect the other. (Important if one person is of above average weight.
- 2. Although movement is slightly transmitted from one mattress to the other, it is greatly reduced.
- 3. Each mattress has its own temperature control.