Good mattress brands?

I bought a sealy posturepedic mattress a few yrs ago but already on the side i sleep in not springing back to shape. I am pretty overweight but these things should last longer than that.

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  • I had a Sealy for years I finally got rid of.  The King Koil I replaced it with couldn’t be flipped and couldn’t find a flippable mattress that I would have preferred.

    Got a Sleep Number bed a few years ago and I like it a lot.  My sleep number is 85.

  • It is a good practice to rotate your matress on a regular basis. This allows the matuss to wear evenly.

    I regularly not only flip my mattress, but I turn it in a circular motion to rotate it, so not one area gets over used.

    Flip and rotate your mattress.

  • It’s a crap shoot, I just bought a Dreamcloud hybrid.  Have had it for about a week now so I have no idea how it will hold up. It does not sleep hot even though has all that foam crap. I’m 200lbs, this thing barley sinks, even with their topper.  I fall asleep on my side, I used to wake up on my back, until this morning that is. I woke up on the same side I went to sleep on, very strange for me. Seems decent enough but only time will tell. It’s a crap shoot.

  • I have the same problem with my Beautyrest. Expensive garbage.

  • A quality foam mattress is the way to go. “a” doesn’t have ‘a’ clue. We have Allswell hybrid as our mattress in two homes we liked the first one so much. I am 6’7 about 270 and find it very comfortable – had it for several years now still going strong. Price is about 650 usd delivered. 

  • Stay away from all memory foam and other gimmicks sold for massive profits.

    They just make you sweat and expose you to deadly chemicals.

    Buy a DOUBLE sided mattress from “the mattress factory”

    A double sided mattress will NEVER do that and you can simply flip it over and it’s like having a new mattress again and they will easily last 30 years

  • I bought a Tempurpedic 20 years ago and it’s still my favorite mattress.    It makes me want to NOT travel.   

    A mattress with springs?    No thanks. 

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