Kasur Tipis vs Tebal

Thin vs thick mattress

June 15, 2020

What is the optimal thickness for a mattress? There is no one-size-fits-all answer. The right mattress thickness depends on several factors. The issue of a thick or thin mattress should also be in consideration of the type of mattress. Let’s explore into it – the thick or thin question!

Your weight matters

Firstly, it depends on your weight. Imagine a 90kg man vs a 45 kg petite lady. There will definitely be differences in their preferred mattress thickness.

Most of the time, a heavier person will be more comfortable on a thicker mattress. Conversely, a lighter person can choose a thinner mattress.

How about more support?

If you need more support, go for a mattress that is thicker as it is more likely to be sturdy enough to give you that extra support boost.

Favorite sleeping position?

Your mattress thickness also depends on your favorite sleeping position! If you like sleeping on your back, we recommend a thickness of at least 15 to 20 inches. For side sleepers, a mattress of 20 to 25 inches should work well. Stomach sleepers need a mattress that is at least 25 to 35 inches.

Mimpi’s mattress thickness

Again, we like to stress that mattress thickness is hugely dependent on each’s preference. Take these information as guidelines but if it differs from your own choice, trust what you like.

Mimpi’s mattresses have a variety of thicknesses. The height of our Mimpi 4L Original mattress is 25 cm. While Mimpi 2L Lite is 15 cm high.

Inside Mimpi’s mattress

Mimpi 4L Original mattress has four layers of premium foam, which are: latex foam, memory foam, adaptive foam, and support foam. While Mimpi 2L Lite mattress has two: latex foam and support foam.

Each foam has its own benefits:

  • Natural latex to keep the mattress cool and gives you the provides bounce to gives you the perfect comfort
  • Memory foam to protect the spine. This foam follows body posture and sleeping position.
  • Adaptive transition foam to maintain the balance of the mattress. This foam distributes pressure and weight across the entire mattress.
  • Support foam to support loads up to >100kg. It gives a firm feel and gives the mattress a very long lifespan.


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