+Tips and Tricks
Measure the area on the bottom of your cushions for more accuracy in determining the right quantity of springs.
Create a "His and Hers" side with different firmness settings.
After installation, the little "legs" of the base elements along the perimeter of the bed may be snipped off for a precise fit into the space.
Froli Buying Guide
FROLI® is designed with you in mind! Experience unparalleled comfort and under-mattress ventilation for a healthy sleeping climate.
While all our FROLI® Systems are of the same high quality materials and let you customize your comfort there are some design differences that can help determine which model will be best for you:
Height helps determine the range of up-and-down flex. This, in turn, translates into comfort, a spring with more flexing will adapt better to your body and generally feel softer.
Our Travel model is the lowest in height and feels sightly firmer. The 3/8" extra height of the Star model achieves more up-and-down flex for a more cushiony feel.
Our Zona model is the tallest and also has a different "baffle-type" spring design. It can be precisely tuned from soft to very firm. Because of its height it is generally more suitable for home beds.
The surface area of the springs vary slightly in size. A smaller surface area will require more springs over any given bed area. The Travel spring is slightly larger than the Star so it requires fewer springs to cover the same space. In turn, the larger amount of Star springs needed to cover the same space will give you more points of support, making it more cushiony versus the Travel.
The Travel and Star models share a similar spreading design. As pressure is applied to the top of the spring it gives way by spreading out, similar to the way flower petals are opening up. Our Zona model uses a different, baffle type, spring design with two chambers. On top of the baffle spring sits a firm top plate. The baffle spring flexes up and down while the top plate is allowed to pivot as it adapts to body weight and movements.
Things to consider:
• My bed is oddly shaped
If yours is an odd shaped bed, such as a v-berth on a boat or a "kite shaped" bed, maybe a pullman bed with a curved side, not to worry.
The Travel model was designed to accommodate any bed shapes. Springs are available in regular and small sizes that work with angles and curves. Plus, the base elements lets you place the springs in a slightly diagonal setting, which helps to adapt to angled edges.
• Condensation Issues
There is nothing better than having a permanent air space underneath the mattress for optimal air circulation. The Froli spring foundation provides continuous ventilation to help keep the mattress dry. Choose any Froli model and your moisture problem will soon be a thing of the past.
• I need more comfort
Good news! Froli springs are designed for comfort. The foundation forms an articulated air-flow surface with each spring adapting to your body shape and movements. With each package you'll receive springs in diferent firmnesses and the set-up allows for a variety of comfort adjustments.
Remember that spring height affects up-and-down flex. So, if you are looking for comfort, choose the taller model, Froli Star of Froli Zona.