Latredici - Pocket

Sofa bed foam and pocket sprung mattress 200 cm long, 12 cm thick, available single, double, king and super king size. Support layer made of individually wrapped coils, plus foam comfort layers. Fits the Latredici mechanism.

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Unit Price: €313.54
Price: €313.54



Pocket for Latredici is a sofa bed foam and pocket sprung mattress 200 cm long, 12 cm thick, available as a single, double, king and super king size. Its support layer is characterised by a spring unit which, in the 160x200 cm size, boasts more than 700 cylindrical pocketed coils individually wrapped in a fabric sleeve. This design provides an ergonomic and comfortable support. Unlike interconnected Bonnell springing, encased springs work independently allowing the mattress to adapt to body weigth and shape. Thanks to this system, you will enjoy a customised support and more restful nights. Additional comfort is provided by the polyurethane foam comfort layers covering both sides of the mattress.
Pocket fits the Lampolet Latredici mechanism for sofa beds and chair beds.


  • made in Italy
  • width 77, 120, 140, 160, 180
  • length 200 cm, ideal for taller persons
  • pocket coils offer more support, moulding to body weight and shapes, absorbing motion transfer when changing sleeping position
  • polyurethane foam comfort layer on both sides for more resiliency and comfort

Production and Delivery Time: 3 weeks (starting september 2021)



  • single: 77 x 200 cm
  • small double: 120 x 200 cm
  • double: 140 x 200 cm
  • king size: 160 x 200 cm
  • super king size: 180 x 200 cm

Height: 12 cm


Support layer: 1.8 mm diameter steel wire pocket springs h.10 cm
Comfort layer: polyurethane foam + side padding in 25 kg/m³ density polyurethane foam
Cover: terrycloth 80% CO + 20% PL, lined with polyurethane foam density 30 kg/m³ h.8 mm, resinated fabric 100% PL 200 g/m² and TNT non-woven fabric
Border cover: 100% CO lined with a 5 mm polyurethane foam layer

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