Spring bed

Related to Spring bed: spring mattress
a mattress, under bed, or bed bottom, in which springs, as of metal, are employed to give the required elasticity.

See also: Spring

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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According to a report by Apple Daily, search and rescue workers have been able to penetrate into the floor of room 213, where they have encountered a box spring bed and quilts and their search is ongoing.
He suggested some useful tips to avoid back pain such as the use of table and chair while studying and avoid studying on floor and use of straight bed or Charpai or spring bed instead of soft bed or mattress during sleeping, use of seat belt and driving seat should neither be straight nor be so bending rather it should be 5 to 6 inches behind.
The spring bed model includes a bed board that sits on top of the springs.
What the company's team of researchers has done is reengineer traditional pin-sized string holes into giant O-Ports, providing total string freedom for a livelier response across the entire spring bed. This expanded the sweet spot by 54%, turning it into a sweet zone.
Into the year 2000, the competition in the spring bed business is expected to be increasingly tight.
A spring bed is not only more comfortable but also more durable than an ordinary bed because it is made of high-carbon steel sprins which can withstand the weight of a human body for a long time.
We've teamed up with The Pocket Spring Bed Company to give you some top tips on what to look for when choosing a bed.
You can take your pick of a pounds 1,895 bed from To Catch A Dream (01423 503060), with pounds 445 mattress from the Pocket Spring Bed Company (08707 467722), or go for the pounds 499 Freemans catalogue version (0800 731 9731) with free home delivery.
THE days are getting lighter as spring beds in - but thieves see this as an ideal opportunity to steal valuables from the garden such as lawnmowers, patio furniture and bicycles.