Doesn’t matter how you spell it, the Bonnel or Bonnell coil spring is an oldie but a goodie. Learn about the Bonnell Coil Spring below.
EVERFLEX™… This coils system really has been the mainstay of mattress springs. Leggett & Platt, makes available to you the finest quality Bonnell coil units made today. Every one of Leggett & Platt’s Bonnell coil spring mattress systems is produced using a generous amount of special Leggett & Platt wire for added mattress durability and strength and is manufactured on high-speed automated equipment.
This hour glass shaped coil spring unit is stress relieved through a tempering process, efficiently packaged, and then shipped nationwide the leading manufacturers of mattresses. Everflex™ coil springs are manufactured in a variety of gauges, which is the thickness of the wire, and are available in a full complement of mattress sizes including twin, full, queen and king.
Today you can find Leggett & Platt’s EVERFLEX™ Bonnell Coil springs in some of America’s most economical mattresses. Salesman, consumers, and mattress manufacturers not only underrate them, but fail to appreciate them. This is because of newer coil spring technologies that are now squeezing them out of the market place, leaving the one time workhorse (bonnel coil spring unit) to antiquity. The truth is many of the mattresses built in the past utilized Bonnel coil springs. The beds were nice and firm, weren’t so thick, and held up for years without showing signs of wear like body impressions.
It is unfortunate, but with so many mattress manufacturers trying to keep down wholesale and retail costs, this old mainstay may just be yesterdays buzz. That truly is ashamed and we hope our readers will consider todays imformational blog when they shop for their next mattress and boxspring. Sure there is not a lot of bells in whistles in these old beds, but the shopper gets a lot of shear bang for their buck.
The Bonnell EVERFLEX™.Coil Spring from Leggett & Platt Bedding Group. The top manufacturer in bed springs. Located in Carthage Missouri. You can find Bonnel Springs near St. Louis MO at STLBeds located in Arnold MO.