Which Home Mattress

Deepshax

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Joined
May 27, 2015
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252
Location
NJ
Went with an iComfort king a few years ago. They come in a few different firmness levels. Love it. Has some type of material that help cool the bed. Also didn’t have any type of synthetic smell to it.
 

NoWiser

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Joined
Aug 15, 2013
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521
Going on 5+ years with a Tuft and Needle and my wife and I still absolutely love it.
 

cbat

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 28, 2014
Messages
176
Location
Sandpoint Idaho
We just switched to the Purple 4 a few weeks ago. My wife has had hip and back pains keeping her up but not anymore. I think it was a good choice.
 

Aaron Warpony

Member
Joined
Jul 11, 2020
Messages
90
Location
Alaska, Idaho
I was given a temperpedic from an old couple and at first i turned my nose up to it and thought that my typical mattress was just as good. Slept on it for a week and now I'm a believer
 

cciliske

Junior Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2018
Messages
22
Location
Texas
Tuft and Needle Mint Mattress. Been great so far and I have a pretty awful back.
 

rkcdvm

Senior Member
Joined
Mar 24, 2020
Messages
105
Location
texas
i went tempur-pedic after sleeping on a few different mattresses. I love it but i also like having a firm mattress. I think most companies have a "try it out" deal. May think of trying a few of them.
 

go4thegusto

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Joined
May 16, 2012
Messages
1,548
Location
Fargo ND
My son tipped me off on the SAATVA line. Delivered to your door at a reasonable price. Cool cotton top vs the heat of the memory foam. We have never been so happy with a mattress (I am 62 and that is a whole drama...aches and pains start to show up). I believe the delivery contract has them, set it up and possibly take away old if you wish. We bought the middle of their 3 types.
 

mvmnts

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 2, 2017
Messages
312
Location
Longmont, CO
There's tempurpedic and then there's everything else. I'll never buy anything else. The mattress industry is as slimey as they come. These new silicon valley based companies re-selling chinese junk to millenials (purple, tuft n needle, etc) aren't much better. You'll never know how good a mattress is laying on one in a showroom, and most of them aren't good for their warranties, no matter how good they sound.
 

darcytribe

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Joined
Mar 14, 2013
Messages
905
Another vote for latex. We were going to build our own via site- Sleep on Latex. Started with a 3 inch topper on our old coils spring to try it out, That’s as far as our build went. Absolutely amazing for both my wife and I. We still often comment on how nice it is to get in our bed 5 years later. Latex is a little pricey but a great night’s sleep is priceless.
 
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