Here are my specifics. I am about 5'3" and weigh about 190 lbs. I lay on my back at times but don't sleep on it. I go to my side in the "between sleep & wake" phases. But I sleep on my stomach.
I can barely afford the $500 Wolf double sided mattresses so anything else would be out. But they all have the exact specifications.
Can you please explain the differences between them and which would be best for me. Also, I would be putting this on a year and a half old Sealy box spring. I assume that is ok?
I don't really have a choice right now... But as you know, a year and a half old mattress is like a hammock! I am sleeping on the old mattress that made me buy a new one!
It was also a Sealy pillow top, used even, but firmer and apparently older and longer lasting. But still hammock like by now! I also have a piece of thick (1"?) wood between the box spring and mattress.
It helped for a while with the new one but still went back to the old.
Should the board be taken out, if I get the Wolf double sided?
Thank you very much for your help! Good to see a "real" business!
The basic construction for all the Wolf Double sided mattress is the same. The density of the poly foam changes.
The coil unit is heavy and strong, so the support for each is the same.
It will come down to comfort.
Given what you've told me, the Plush Brooklyn model is likely to best for you...offering the most surface comfort.
It isn't too soft, so will be good for multiple sleeping positions.
The Sealy Boxspring is fine, and is likely to be in excellent condition after only 1.5 years.
I would try it both ways...with and without the board, but suspect that you will like it better without the board.
If so, put the board under the bed or in the closet...retaining it for future use if necessary.
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