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Re: Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 27 Aug 2012 23:02 #11

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Hi jcatx03,

The foundation thread here has many options that would work well for the Ultimate Dreams (or any foam mattress) in a wide range of prices.

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Re: Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 27 Aug 2012 23:15 #12

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thanks!

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 13 Jan 2013 04:47 #13

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Thanks for all of the great info, particularly the list of retailers around the SLC area. I'd also add The Mattress Department www.mattressdepartmentutah.com. They have a lot of Tempurpedic mattresses on the floor, and some latex as well, which was great help as basis for comparison for looking online.

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 14 Jan 2013 00:41 #14

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I just purchased the Ultimate Dreams Latex Mattress on Amazon after reading "most" of the comments here on the quality of the mattress.

Here's my question: I'm 5'10" / 290 (sleeps on side) and my wife is 4'11" / 110 (sleeps on back) so what level of "firmness" should I order? Trying out mattresses at the stores has been a wash as it doesn't seem to tell me much. I can love the feel of a mattress - then wait an week, go back and it doesn't feel the same. The feel seems to be more of a factor of how tired I am than the type of mattress.

We're not picky - we would just like to get a mattress that's close to comfortable.

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 14 Jan 2013 06:37 #15

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Hi tdf-texas,

Here's my question: I'm 5'10" / 290 (sleeps on side) and my wife is 4'11" / 110 (sleeps on back) so what level of "firmness" should I order? Trying out mattresses at the stores has been a wash as it doesn't seem to tell me much. I can love the feel of a mattress - then wait an week, go back and it doesn't feel the same. The feel seems to be more of a factor of how tired I am than the type of mattress.


It's always best to go directly to the manufacturer for a suggestion on which of your options are best for you because they have much more detailed knowledge of all the materials in their mattresses and a database of customers of all different heights, weights, and sleeping positions which they can use as a reference point. Their suggestions will be much more valuable than any "theory at a distance" I could offer because they are much more familiar with how the specific combinations of materials in their mattresses interact with different people. The only other reliable indicator would be personal testing of similar mattress that may be available locally that you can use as a reference point

If I was in your shoes though with such a difference in weight I would strongly consider changing your order to the Eurotop version because you can exchange the layers if you need to for a reasonable cost and you can also order a side to side split layering which may help with the weight difference between you. You can read more about this in post #2 here .

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 18 Jan 2013 03:22 #16

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Thanks for the suggestion - but the new mattress will be here tomorrow. I email chatted with Chuck and came up with a 4 firmness.

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 18 Jan 2013 04:24 #17

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Hi tdf-texas,

Congratulations on your new mattress :)

I hope you have the chance to let us know your experience once you've received it.

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 26 Feb 2013 21:01 #18

I'm also looking at getting the ultimate dream latex mattress, do you know of any stores local to either the Phoenix or the Baltimore area where I could try one out?

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 27 Feb 2013 01:54 #19

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Hi Sosey,

All of the Brooklyn bedding mattresses are only sold online but their factory is in Phoenix and you can call them and arrange an appointment for them to meet you there if you want to test them in person.

As you can see in post #4 here ... a couple of our other members are also in Phoenix.

If you want to test mattresses locally in Baltimore then some of the better options and possibilities I'm aware of there are in post #2 here .

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Anyone w/ the Ultimate Dream Latex mattress chime in? 28 Feb 2013 05:14 #20

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Thanks to this website, Phoenix, and all the other reviews/googling/ research I've also decided to buy the Ultimate Dream Latex Mattress. Been using a +15 year old mattress, waking up every day sore all over. Hopefully this mattress will help with the pain. However I'm still a bit indecisive with the frimness.

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