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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 12 Jun 2014 18:09 #1

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Does anyone know if there are differences between Flexus and SleepEZ?
It seems they are using the same materials.

The only difference I could see is in the quilting of the cover. Flexus has 12" bands, SleepEZ has a traditional crossed quilting. Are bands a concern that the wool would move over time?

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 12 Jun 2014 19:50 #2

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Hi coast,

Does anyone know if there are differences between Flexus and SleepEZ?
It seems they are using the same materials.


They are very similar in their designs in terms of their layering options except SleepEZ has a wider range of the type of latex they offer in each layer. With SleepEZ you can choose 100% natural Talalay, blended Talalay, or 100% natural Dunlop in any of the layers while Flexus offers 100% natural Dunlop in the base layers and blended Talalay in the top comfort layer.

There are also some differences between their return and exchange policies and their pricing and as you mentioned in their covers.

Are bands a concern that the wool would move over time?


No ... it wouldn't be an issue.


Both of these would make a great final choice .

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 14 Jun 2014 07:37 #3

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Thank you.

Just to confirm: Flexus does not have all natural Talalay? It is blended? From their website I would have thought it is natural.

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 14 Jun 2014 07:56 #4

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Thank you.

Just to confirm: Flexus does not have all natural Talalay? It is blended? From their website I would have thought it is natural.


You would think, but nowhere do they say 100% natural Talalay. The blended talalay should be more durable though.

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 14 Jun 2014 09:34 #5

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Hi Coast,

Just to confirm: Flexus does not have all natural Talalay? It is blended? From their website I would have thought it is natural.


As far as I know yes but I would always confirm these types of questions with the manufacturer themselves because I could certainly be wrong.

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 14 Jun 2014 15:14 #6

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I purchased a mattress from Flexus (great experience BTW). But what was interesting is that the knock down foundation I purchased from Flexus actually shipped from SleepEZ.

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Flexus vs. SleepEZ 18 Jun 2014 16:40 #7

Might be late for you but Henry at Flexus is selling me two 3" core layers of 42 ILD Talalay made by Radium International (Vita Talalay), which seems to be the same stuff I tried (though in a 6" solid core) at a store selling Berkeley Ergonomics. I haven't received my bed yet, since I ordered just this past Monday (June 16). I wasn't able to try it in his showroom (he only had the Dunlop firm layers for me to try), but except for two 3" layers instead of 1 6" layer, (both with a soft Talalay comfort layer). Buying from Flexus versus a Berkeley Ergo bed saves me $600 plus I can exchange a layer between 30 and 90 days, which is not available from Good Night Mattress (Redondo Beach, CA) , who sell the Berkeley Ergo. So he does have Talalay--ask him.

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