Wire-Tied Coil units consist of rows of coils made from one long continuous piece of wire. Because they are many coils linked together to make a single piece. Therefore, in a wire-tied coil system, every spring is supported by the adjacent coils. That helps maximize comfort and durability. These mattresses give proper support for all types of sleepers.
A wire-tied coil unit is suitable for any type of sleeper and can be an ideal option to support heavier weight. A medium gauge coil allows for gentle comfort while maintaining its lasting support and durability.
A shortcoming of wire-tied coil units can be a lateral transfer of motion. Motion throughout the mattress results in one moving partner waking the other.
Motion transfer can be addressed by running the strands of connecting wire between coils from head to toe rather than side to side. This keeps the movement to one side of the bed. It can also be reduced by running latex or foam in between coils to lessen motion transfer.