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Yesterday 04:17
  • ShopGirl
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Thank you, John- appreciate your replies! I will check out the Airelooms. I think your advice "Dont focus on the model name….focus on how mattress feels" makes a lot of sense, especially with the example you gave of the SLF and the experience I am having with the 2 plush mattresses. Although, I must say, I thought I was at least narrowing down the dizzying array of options by looking only at plush- everything's back on the table! :woohoo:
01 Oct 2022 21:11
  • BillyIdol
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You said you wanted a “plush” mattress. When trying Airelooms (or any other)….ignore the names. I found M1 Luxetop Firm to be quite plush feeling. Dont focus on the model name….focus on how mattress feels. Your mattress does not need the word “plush” in model name. Your mattress simply needs to feel plush even though model name might say “firm”!!! Ignore the tags!!!

1 or 2 mattresses to rule the world? Aireloom Preferred M1 Luxetop Firm or Aireloom Streamline (tight top) Luxury Firm. These 2 will make 80% of people happy. The other 20% is quite hard to please.

John
01 Oct 2022 21:05
  • BillyIdol
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Hey!

Im not an expert….but relaying my experience as a mattress buyer. I have back pain too.

I think your plush is comfortable, but you sink down too far near hips/butt. You need a firmer mattress. I was checking out posturre.com. Yes, 2r”s. They are physical therapists that recommend mattresses for back pain. They recommend Sleep Number C2, Air Weave, BeautyRest Black Class L Extra Firm. They dont like memory foam for back pain.

I did try air mattresss Air Pedic that trumps SN because it has 3 chambers foot, head and hips/lower back. Imagine being able to adjust back firmness with a button!!!! SN only has 1 chamber and will hammock.

Innerspring?
Aireloom Preferred Luxetop M1/M2 Firm or plush. Or Streamlined Luxury Firm. SLF is besting selling in Aireloom line because perfect firmness. I say for you…1-SLF, 2-M1 Luxetop Firm, 3-M2 Luxetop Firm. M1 means 1 layer of microcoils. M2 means 2 layer microcoils. More is not better. Firm or plush refers to spring gauge. Pay attention to how far your hips sink in. I would stay away from plush…..but try it out. I think you will love SLF. SLF is the best “hotel” mattress. I tried Aireloom Preferred alongside VISpring going up to $30k. I liked Aireloom better!!!

Or Air Pedic. I went to Selectabed/Air Pedic factory showroom. Dont automatically think “Air Pedic 1000 is better than Air Pedic 500” Rge number refers to how much memory foam on top of air bladder. AP 500 has 3 inches. AP 1000 had 6 inches. With back pain, you might be better off with less memory foam. I liked AP 500 and 600 the best. AP 1000 had too much memory foam. I think AP 800 is good, but no floor sample. I was impressed!!!!

Let me know what you pick!!!

John
01 Oct 2022 01:54
  • BillyIdol
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Hey!

Im 5ft 11in, 225 pounds and a back sleeper. I have an old worn out Tempurpedic Deluxe. I have back pain too.

Was reading recommendations at posturre.com. They are physical therapists that recommend a firmer mattress for back pain. Air Weave, Sleep Number C2, BeautyRest Black L class Extra Firm. I tried a few of these. Very firm and ok comfort. They dont like memory foam for back pain.

My experiences with mattress testing

I like Tempurpedic Luxe Adapt Firm. Feels amazing. Id still try Tempurpeduc mattresses. Id try Aireloom Preferred Luxetop M1 and M2 in firm and plush. Try the Streamline Luxury Firn also….perfection!!!! The Airelooms feel amazing.

I think with Sleep Number type beds….Air Pedic is superior because it has 6 bladder zones instead of 2. It has head/foot and lumbar/back. Imagine adjusting lower back firmness with a press of a button!!!! Sleep Number beds tend to hammock.

I think your firmness control will be critical. If you can nail down firmness….go Tempur or Airloom. If you cant, go Air Pedic. Latex? Try Vzone Flobeds. Havent tried it myself. Each side is totally adjustable. Top latex layer is zonec.

John
27 Sep 2022 21:57
  • BillyIdol
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I bought Purple 4 and had back pain just like you. Im looking at Tempurpedic now. I like Luxe Adapt Firm. Try out the whole line of Tempuroedic.

Also, try Aireloom Preferred M2 Firm and Plush and Plush Plus (includes topper). Airelooms have that “floating on a cloud feel”.

Latex? Go with VZone FloBeds because top layer is adjustable in zones. Havent tried one myself.

If you didnt like Purple 4, Id stay away from Purple and Intellibed. The buckling column gel has good pressure relief but support was lacking.

John
17 Sep 2022 00:20
  • BillyIdol
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Chicken,

I went Selectabed. I was thoroughly impressed!!! The feeling of pressing a button and making back region firmer or softer is a dream come true!!! The 3 chamber design is key. I did not detect any hammocking at all.

I worked with Brian. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of Air Pedic. The 500 and 600 have a thinner comfort layer, and you can really feel lumbar part of bladder get firmer or softer. The 850 and 1000 had a thicker comfort layer, so the bladder was harder to feel. The 1000 is not better than the 500. Im looking for a firm feel. I actually liked the 500 and 600 the best!!!

Quick trick….I set all bladder settings to 99 so I could easily feel top comfort layer. I felt that 1000 and 850 top layer was way too soft. They didnt have 800 on display and Im told that top layer is between 600 and 1000. M

The topper layer is zippered and you can take out stock layer and put in a Tempurpedic topper if you want.

Brian told me that the top comfort layer would be largely responsible for side sleeping comfort. Bladder control not used much for side sleeping comfort.

I went next door to Sit N Sleep to try Smart Life King Koil. Has air bladder with 40 cells. Firmness adjustment from 1-9 with 9 being firmest. I liked 7, 8, 9 the best. (Air Pedic went from 30-99) Felt real high tech with all these sensors. No separate zone firmness controls. 8 firmness is for entire mattress with the “sensing” technology. No zoning. $8k for Cal King Lotus Plush Smart Life? Thats steep!

Air Pedic and SmartLife both good. I liked Air Pedic way better. I do see potential with SmartLife.

Im comparing Air Pedic to Aireloom Preferred and Air Weave and then making a decision. I have to say that Im probably going with Aireloom M1 Luxetop Firm or Streamline Luxury Firm. Luxury!!!!

Chicken….I save up money for Air Pedic 500 or 600.

John
09 Sep 2022 21:27
  • BillyIdol
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Glad you enjoyed your mattresses.

Im not an expert….but a savvy buyer who is observant.

The best person to listen to on this is yourself. Use the tutorial. Im a huge Tempurpedic fan…but I may be changing to Aireloom M1 Firm or Strealine Luxury Firm. Im looking at Tempurpedic Luxe Adapt Firm. Im thinking the Tempur back support for back sleepers is not as substantial. There is support, but Aireloom support might be better. Im 5 11 at 225 pounds and a back.

Tips
1-Go to 3-6 stores with the mattresses you want. You will notice the same model may feel slightly different. What to do? Take an average. If you liked Streamline over Tempur in 4/5 stores….buy Streamline Aireloom.

2-Wear same sleep clothes to every store and bring your own pillow. Standardize your testing set up. Make notes in a notebook and compare.


Ignore all opinions including mine. Only your opinion matters. My opinion is that the Aireloom Streamline Luxury Firm feels better and will last longer for me. If you like Tempur Pro Adapt Hybrid better….get that. Try the Luxe Adapt Firm!!!! I feel the Tempur had more comfort and pressure relief, but Streamline had more support for my back. Streamline is comfortable too!! Take your time! Pick what you want without prejudice!!

Quick story…I bought a Purple 4 mattress. Feels great (pressure relief). The 4 inches of Purple Grid did not have much support for the back. I was too enchanted with the comfort to realize that my support was terrible!!! I my hips sank too far down and it was killing my back!!!! I had to return it!!! Moral of story….people often are too obsessed with comfort that they forget to pay attention to support!

John
09 Sep 2022 19:34
  • jm2022
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Thank you for your input. I went to try the Aireloom M1/M2 and Aireloom Preferred Streamline Luxury Firm. I really liked the Aireloom Preferred Streamline Luxury Firm a lot. It has a really nice balanced feeling of support, yet some cushion on the top layer. I liked the M1 as well, but preferred the Streamline Luxury Firm a bit more. I also tried the some Tempur-Pedic models and really like the ProAdapt Hybrid Medium. It was really comfortable and I liked the feeling of the coiled support much more than an all foam mattress. I think it's between the Aireloom Luxury Firm and Tempur-Pedic Pro-Adapt Hybrid Medium now. Any input is appreciated.
09 Sep 2022 00:24
  • BillyIdol
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I accidentally posted my response to the wrong thread. Check my response at “In the market for a new mattress”. Short Answer….Aireloom M1/M2 or Aireloom Preferred Streamline series.

JohN
08 Sep 2022 23:29
  • BillyIdol
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Good mattress selection you got there!!!

This is just my opinion….so feel free to ignore it.

The Airelooms rock. Aireloom M1 firm, M1 Plush, M2 Firm, M2 Plush are all great. Firm has a firmer coil than plush. M1 means 1 row of Microcoils and M2 is 2 rows of microcoils. I like M1 Firm myself. But try them all out!!!! There is also a Aireloom mattress pad you can put on top!!!

I tried Aireloom Preferred vs VISpring. VISpring mord expensive, but I like Aireloom better. Also, dont think M2 is 2 times better than M1!!! Well…too much cushioning can be bad too.

I tried Dr Preferred Box LuxeTop. I didnt like them. Aireloom was way better.

Also look into Aireloom Preferred Streamline Luxury Firm. Bestselling mattress in Aireloom!! Try it out!!

Im making a decision between Tempurpedic Luxe Adapt Firm, Aireloom M1 Firm, and Aireloom Streamline Luxury Firm.

Going to Ortho Mattress to finalize decision!

Let me know which you get!!!

John
07 Sep 2022 20:29
  • jm2022
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I am in the market for a new, quality mattress and understand that investing in a really good mattress is very important to my overall health. I am willing to pay a bit more for a superior, durable mattress.

I have spent some time trying several mattresses and have found I like the feeling like I am floating on top of the mattress with pressure relief for my hips and shoulders more than feeling being too cradled and sinking in too much. I like both luxury firm and slightly softer mattresses. I am considering some innerspring models with Talalay latex in the comfort layers. I am mostly a side sleeper. I sleep hot and have right hip pain/sciatica. I am 5’6”, with curves and a BMI around 28 (so a contouring mattress would be beneficial). I am currently sleeping on a Sealy Hybrid.

After trying several mattresses, I am struggling to find that balance between support/firmness so that my spine is in alignment and enough softness/plushness to ease the pressure on my hip area and shoulders to be comfortable.

I slept really well on a hotel mattress that was a Classic Sealy Posturepedic level A-3 plush. It is my understanding that Sealy doesn’t make anything like those anymore, though. I also really liked the Serta Perfect Sleeper Waldorf Astoria II in Plush, but maybe it’s also because I was on vacation. This is a big investment and I am trying to make a good decision.

I have some mattresses that I am considering that I would love some input on:

King Koil Alpine Ultra Plush www.sitnsleep.com/products/king-koil-alpine-trimline-ultra-plush

King Koil Alpine Firm. www.sitnsleep.com/products/king-koil-alpine-trimline-firm

King Koil Brighton Medium Plush. www.sitnsleep.com/products/king-koil-brighton-medium-plush

Aireloom Preferred Luxetop M1 firm aireloom.com/product/luxetop-m1-firm/

Aireloom Preferred Luxetop M1 Plush aireloom.com/product/luxetop-m1-plush/

Ortho Mattress Dr. Preferred Reserve Cosmos LTPS. www.orthomattress.com/cosmos-ltps.html

I am also interested in input about Stearns and Foster Lux Estate Collection and Reserve Hepburn. I don’t think they feature any Latex in their comfort layers, but are they worth consideration? Thank you in advance.
04 Sep 2022 15:40
  • Basilio
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Hi Jrob8604, welcome to The Mattress Underground :)
Glad to have you here.

Been mattress shopping a few weeks now. And need help with suggestions.

The best feeling mattress we tested in store was a hotel collection by airloom, it looks like it’s a hybrid innerspring with several different layers of foam and a hand tufted top they call “streamline”. It does feel amazing however I have trouble swallowing paying for a mattress over 4K. Here is a link of the exact model we tested. King size luxury firm. Does anyone know anything comparable? We’re possibly looking at a wink bed luxury firm, or firmer, not sure which one is best. We tried some latex mattresses from posh and lavish but they didn’t blow us away.

Some info on us
I’m 5’10 235 lbs, and am primarily a back sleeper.
My gf is 5’4 130lbs mostly side and some back.
She actually likes firm, and I like medium-firm.
We currently have a leesa original for almost 8 years, and it’s just not comfortable anymore, I’ve been talking about replacing it for about a year. I don’t think it does well for people over 200lbs with the wear of the foam.


Not surprising your Leesa is wearing out, as most ‘big-box’ mattresses tend to have inexpensive memory foam which can develop ‘ruts’ or divots after a few years of use. With higher BMI, especially as a back sleeper, you want a durable supportive mattress – you may want to review the Mattress Specifications You Need To Know and the Mattress Durability Guidelines to become more familiar with what you are looking at in regards to mattress materials and construction. Also the Mattress Shopping Tutorial can give you a better idea of how to personally review any bed you are considering. Comfort is subjective and is based on your stats (height, BMI, sleeping position(s) and any health conditions) and your PPP (posture and alignment, pressure relief and personal preferences). You said you did not like the latex mattresses you tried – were they too firm? Or just not comfortable? The best way to choose a mattress, of course, is to try it out in person, of if possible – and this allows you to ‘cross off’ certain styles and materials that you find uncomfortable. I would certainly caution against any low-density inexpensive foams (as your previous mattress) in general for a sleeper of your stats, as it probably will not hold up over time.

The mattresses you mention – the Aireloom Streamline Luxury Firm, the WinkBeds Luxury Firm, like many of the major retailers, are not transparent with the density, construction and even layer thicknesses of the components in their products, making it hard to appraise how it may hold up for a consumers’ size and sleeping style, and to provide ‘comparable’ mattress options; Macys’ version was created to give Aireloom market placement in the mid-range mattress market.

Finally, If you are considering ordering online, You may want to review the offerings of the
Trusted Members of the site; By providing them with a little information, they all have great experience in matching consumers to mattresses that fit their needs, and they have great trial and return policies, and generally ship anywhere in the U.S.
02 Sep 2022 18:56
  • BillyIdol
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Dont buy the Macys Airelooms. They took out coils and cheapened it for Macys. Im the same weight as you. Go for nonMacys Aireloom Preferred Streamline Luxury Firm. Perfection!!!


Also look at Aireloom Preferred M1 Luxetop Firm.

The Aireloom are often rebadged in different markets. I went to a store that had VISpring and Aireloom. I liked Aireloom better. The top surface “sink in” was softer. VISpring felt very traditional and you slept on top of it.
01 Sep 2022 03:15
  • Jrob8604
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Hi,
Been mattress shopping a few weeks now. And need help with suggestions.

The best feeling mattress we tested in store was a hotel collection by airloom, it looks like it’s a hybrid innerspring with several different layers of foam and a hand tufted top they call “streamline”. It does feel amazing however I have trouble swallowing paying for a mattress over 4K. Here is a link of the exact model we tested. King size luxury firm. Does anyone know anything comparable? We’re possibly looking at a wink bed luxury firm, or firmer, not sure which one is best. We tried some latex mattresses from posh and lavish but they didn’t blow us away.

Some info on us
I’m 5’10 235 lbs, and am primarily a back sleeper.
My gf is 5’4 130lbs mostly side and some back.
She actually likes firm, and I like medium-firm.
We currently have a leesa original for almost 8 years, and it’s just not comfortable anymore, I’ve been talking about replacing it for about a year. I don’t think it does well for people over 200lbs with the wear of the foam.


www.macys.com/shop/product/hotel-collection-by-aireloom-coppertech-silver-13.5-luxury-firm-mattress-set-king-created-for-macys?ID=14149768&CategoryID=25931


Thanks for all that you do
05 Aug 2022 22:09
  • BillyIdol
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Ive been investigating the Aireloom Preferred M1 Luxetop Firm and M2 Luxetop Firm. M1 has 1 layer of microcoils and M2 has 2 layers of microcoils. I think the microcoils are 19 gauge.

Are microcoils a legit pressure relieving technology?

How durable iare microcoils?

Can you buy microcoils for DIY builds?

John
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