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Simplified Choice Mattresses aka Disruptors, Bed In A Box, One Choice Fits All, Universal Comfort, Millennial Mattresses 04 Jul 2019 09:56 #1

Hi! I'm looking for more information/reviews about the Bedgear M3 mattress. In theory, it sounds like a great way for my wife and I to agree on a mattress even though we disagree about ideal firmness, but it's so new that I wasn't sure it was worth the risk. (We did try it at our local Macy's.) I can only find a few online reviews and I'm a bit skeptical whether they've been curated to make the mattress seem better. Any thoughts/experiences?

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Last edit: by Sensei. Reason: removed link

Information Bedgear M3 mattress 06 Jul 2019 13:59 #2

Hi Endersgame,

Welcome to our mattress forum :). No worries about the post, I moved it to its own thread, as it will be good to gather info here.

The M3 is still very new as it was only introduced in April 2019. As I peruse their website, I am seeing the same thing you are, by the photo it seems like they use different coils firmnesses as the base, and you can order 4 different firmnesses and one can do this for each side. Then its comfort layer and then cover...breathable, air flow, etc, etc.

So what are the specifications of these coils? Comfort layers? I click on the Certifications and Specifications and this is all I see:

All foams are CertiPUR-US® certified:
○ Made with safe materials (no heavy metals, no formaldehyde)
○ No harmful odors or emissions
○ Made without phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission

I see from the photos that the comfort layer is micro coils in the middle and foam on each side of the micro-coils, but it is important to know what these are. Have you asked Bedgear? Or asked the retailer?

We at TMU would have a hard time seeing if there are any weak links without this information. Let us know if you find out any more spec from them.

Sensei(@ TMU Team)
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