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Comparing SleepEZ and OMF Serenity latex mattress 17 Sep 2015 10:19 #11

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Hi yixi,

Thanks for letting us know what you ended up deciding ... and congratulations on your new mattress :)

As you know I think you made a great quality/value choice.

As you also probably know there will be a break in and adjustment period with any new mattress so I would wait a few weeks before making any changes or additions to your mattress (see post #3 here and post #2 here ).

It may be worth talking to SleepEZ as well about your low profile foundation as well to see if they can do anything for you.

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Comparing SleepEZ and OMF Serenity latex mattress 20 Sep 2015 15:59 #12

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I am glad I could help, even if you didn't find the best deal at FSF. I think a lot matters with the type of configuration one chooses. Had I bought my same configuration at SleepEz I would have paid approximately $400 more, taking into account the 10% sale at SleepEz and the Labor Day sale ($400 off each mattress) at FSF. (I went with 100% Talalay for the top layer, which would have only been available with the Organic line at SleepEz.) Had I gone with blended the prices would have been a little closer.

I love the different shopping options that the Internet provides. It is also nice that there are a number of well-regarded mattress companies that one can choose from and save a lot of money with instead of being stuck with the brick and mortar stores that may not have the best choices and deals.

Case in point: a co-worker was loudly bragging about her new Tempurpedic mattress and adjustable foundation she got at Mattress Firm over the Labor Day weekend. She was telling everyone that she got a great deal and really made them drop the price and only paid $4100 for her mattress plus the foundation plus tax. I didn't want to bust her bubble so I just told her I hope she enjoys it and kept quiet about my purchase. I am thankful for sites like themattressunderground and sleeplike thedead that helped me make, what I consider, a better value choice.

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Comparing SleepEZ and OMF Serenity latex mattress 20 Sep 2015 17:12 #13

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Thanks for reporting back yixi on your purchase and experience so far. OMF's Serenity mattresses are all foam there are no innersprings. I would suggest calling SleepEZ like Phoenix said and see if they are able to do anything for you.

You get no great deals from Mattress Firm! When we went there they tried selling us a very expensive foam bed that blew hot or cold air called Atmos, over $9000 - we said goodbye!

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