My wife and I are in a dilemma with our bed. We have gone thru 3 different mattresses in the last 2 months and none are working.
Luckily, so far, they have all had 90 day warranties so we could return for a full refund.
We recently stayed at the Excalibur in Las Vegas in an upgraded room - For the first time, I slept on a new mattress (new to me) and my back didn't hurt.
I looked at the mattress to find it was a Sealy Posturepedic Monogram 600 Plush Euro Pillowtop.
After looking this up, I found it is a hospitality mattress not sold in stores and that it is now called a Selwyn in Plush Euro Pillow Top (Glennon is the new name but not in the Plush pillow top anymore).
I've seen many reviews and now wondering if Sealy is even a good brand anymore and if the hospitality mattress is better or worse quality (for longevity) than a store brand one.
We are currently on a T&N mattress and while it is nice, there's something about it that makes my back hurt nightly.
I simply don't know what to do now and can't afford to spend $1200+ on a mattress that doesn't work and cannot be returned...
Thank you for your insight!!
There are so many mattresses out there, that are designed to have enough initial comfort to "make the sale", but aren't worth a damn after that....quite often, just after the return period is over.
This business of returning a mattress came about when memory foam was introduced.
When selling sub standard quality products, like memory foam, you need that sort of gimmick to sell them.
The problem becomes, for most, that they are stuck buying from the same store, that is selling nothing but junk mattresses with memory foam.
It's a vicious cycle.
The "Hospitality" Sealy Posturepedic, you asked about, is available in stores, but not many.
These are low end "Classic" Posturepedics...which is how you ask for it at retail.
Sealy identifies them as Level A-3.
These mattresses have very little memory foam, and the little it has, is just above the coils...nowhere near the surface, where it does the most harm.
Even so, you are headed for another disaster by opting for a pillowtop model. The pillowtop part of the mattress is the first thing to lose its shape and comfort.
To get around all this dumbing down of quality, opt for plush tight top...and add a removable pillowtop made of all natural latex.
Latex is and has been thee very best upholstery material, anywhere on the planet, and for the last 100 years.
Not only will a soft latex topper provide surface comfort that lasts for years, but it is also extremely resilient...extending the life of any mattress you use with it.
Since Tempurpedic bought Sealy/S&F in 2013, we have stopped selling them...as most of what they make isn't worth buying.
I do have a friend in the business, who carries these Classic Posturepedics, and here is the link to his site for the plush tight top model.
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