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17 Apr 2022 09:41
  • ouchmyback
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Hi there,

My current mattress is almost 10 years old at this point and causing me significant lower/mid back pain. Thanks to this site, I recently realized that my hips were sinking too far into the mattress and pulling my spine out of alignment. When I sleep with a pillow under my hips (side sleeper) the pain is gone.

I'm curious if there's any point in trying to replace the top layer of my current mattress with something newer/firmer rather than buying a brand-new mattress. The two layers are held together by something (adhesive?) but it looks like they could be separated with some effort. It may be a bad idea, but I'm curious if there's any merit to it.

Thanks in advance!
24 Feb 2022 13:49
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi GDriver2.

It’s time to buy a new memory foam mattress and I’m trying to determine what would be a good choice.


The fact that you're looking to make an educated purchase means you're going to pick something great based on the Durability Guidelines and the handy tips in our Mattress Shopping Tutorial .

You may find something comparable do the Natural Silk Elegance at Ghostbed .

Naturally, you are likely looking into a number of different companies. A quality retailer will be willing to have a conversation about your needs, preferences, what you're looking to feel on the mattress, etc. I'd definitely recommend having a chat with any of the retailers/manufacturers you are considering to test their willingness to give you good information.

NikkiTMU
22 Feb 2022 10:45
  • GDriver2
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It’s time to buy a new memory foam mattress and I’m trying to determine what would be a good choice.
My wife and I are around a 30 to 31 BMI and mainly sleep on our sides but also sleep on our stomachs. We both sleep near the edge of the bed.
We currently own two memory foam mattresses.
The first mattress we bought is a Costco Novaform Pure Comfort Memory Foam 12” Mattress purchased in 2010 for $550. We never really liked this mattress – it’s a little too firm. We slept on this mattress for six years before getting a BedInABox Natural Silk Elegance Comfort Adjust GEL Mattress in 2016 for $2100. We really like sleeping on this mattress; however it’s been discontinued.

The specifications for the two mattresses are listed below:
Costco Novaform Pure Comfort Memory Foam 12” Mattress:
- 2.5" of Nutratemp memory foam as the top layer 4lb density. The ILD rating will be 12-13
- 9.5" of premium base foam 2lb density and will have an ILD rating of 40 .

BedInABox Natural Silk Elegance Comfort Adjust GEL:
3" Reversible Adjustable Foam Topper. 1.5" CoolRest® Gel Memory Foam on one side 3 lbs/ft3 Density and 10 ILD and 1.5" High Resilience Foam. The other side is a 32 ILD 3" CoolRest® Gel Memory Foam - 3 lbs/ft3 Density

The foam support core is a 8" High Resiliency (polyurethane)Foam Support Core - 2.4 lb Density and 32 IFD – this is a reversible foam that provides different firmness. One side is called a “memory foam layer” and the other side is called a “support foam layer”.

Also there is a 1.5" Quilting foam top layer made of Natural Silk Cover Pillow soft polyester microfiber.

The mattress can be adjusted to four firmness levels: Soft, Med-Soft, Med-Firm, & Firmest.
This can be accomplished by flipping the foam topper and/or foam support core to get the four combinations. We’ve kept the mattress set to a "Med-Soft".

We would like to stick with another memory foam mattress. Don’t think we would want a hybrid or innerspring memory mattress.
We don’t mind if you provide several recommendations to choose from that may be similar to the BedinABox mattress.

I'll make sure to keep you informed on the decision I finally made and how the new bed met our needs.
22 Feb 2022 06:28
  • GDriver2
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It’s time to buy a new memory foam mattress and I’m trying to determine what would be a good choice.
My wife and I are around a 30 to 31 BMI and mainly sleep on our sides but also sleep on our stomachs. We both sleep near the edge of the bed.
We currently own two memory foam mattresses.
The first mattress we bought is a Costco Novaform Pure Comfort Memory Foam 12” Mattress purchased in 2010 for $550. We never really liked this mattress – it’s a little too firm. We slept on this mattress for six years before getting a BedInABox Natural Silk Elegance Comfort Adjust GEL Mattress in 2016 for $2100. We really like sleeping on this mattress; however it’s been discontinued.

The specifications for the two mattresses are listed below:
Costco Novaform Pure Comfort Memory Foam 12” Mattress:
- 2.5" of Nutratemp memory foam as the top layer 4lb density. The ILD rating will be 12-13
- 9.5" of premium base foam 2lb density and will have an ILD rating of 40 .

BedInABox Natural Silk Elegance Comfort Adjust GEL:
3" Reversible Adjustable Foam Topper. 1.5" CoolRest® Gel Memory Foam on one side 3 lbs/ft3 Density and 10 ILD and 1.5" High Resilience Foam. The other side is a 32 ILD 3" CoolRest® Gel Memory Foam - 3 lbs/ft3 Density

The foam support core is a 8" High Resiliency (polyurethane)Foam Support Core - 2.4 lb Density and 32 IFD – this is a reversible foam that provides different firmness. One side is called a “memory foam layer” and the other side is called a “support foam layer”.

Also there is a 1.5" Quilting foam top layer made of Natural Silk Cover Pillow soft polyester microfiber.

The mattress can be adjusted to four firmness levels: Soft, Med-Soft, Med-Firm, & Firmest.
This can be accomplished by flipping the foam topper and/or foam support core to get the four combinations. We’ve kept the mattress set to a "Med-Soft".

We would like to stick with another memory foam mattress. Don’t think we would want a hybrid or innerspring memory mattress.
We don’t mind if you provide several recommendations to choose from that may be similar to the BedinABox mattress.

I'll make sure to keep you informed on the decision I finally made and how the new bed met our needs.
30 Aug 2019 15:06
  • Luma Sleep
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Casper has lots and lots of sizzle, but not much steak. The marketing is phenomenal; the products are so-so. Casper started with the messaging that they had the perfect mattress for everyone, then dropped the use of latex as well as morphed into 3 models. Casper now has as many smoke-and-mirrors as a retailer like Mattress Firm.
A TMU member, GhostBed has a mattress that is a bit better than the original Casper, The GhostBed, www.ghostbed.com/mattress/the-ghostbed/, as well as several other bedinabox models that are very aggressively priced.
The Labor Day Sales will run into next week. Take your time this weekend and try to avoid listening to the advertising messaging that the sale will end. Mattress sales are down nationally, so the ads will continue as long as they are bearing fruit.

Team Luma
30 Aug 2019 15:00
  • Mills1428
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Worth noting: in Phoenix's series on boxed mattresses, Casper was referenced as offering 3.5 density. Couldn't find a reference to density on their website.

Called the company to confirm. I asked what the the density level of their memory foam was. The response: That is propriety information. We don't share it.

That is a turn-off. Why would they keep this information private?
30 Aug 2019 14:00
  • Mills1428
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It absolutely does. I overlooked the foam density reference. Game changer. Now looking hard at Casper. This is a fabulous site.
30 Aug 2019 11:54
  • Luma Sleep
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Hello Mills1428,

Thanks for reaching out to Luma Sleep through The Mattress Underground!
Here's a link to a Consumer Reports article that shares some background on Bedinabox.
www.consumerreports.org/mattresses/is-a-bed-in-a-box-right-for-you/

In the FAQ page on the Bedinabox website, the state their memory foam to be 2.5-3.0 #.
This typically implies it's 2.5#. As you have been doing much research, you probably know that durable/high-quality memory foam is a min of 3.5#+ in density.

Hope this helps!

Team Luma
30 Aug 2019 11:37
  • Mills1428
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Researching mattresses for my very busy adult daughter. Heard about compressed mattresses and read Phoenix's posts about them. More research. Labor day sales. Time to act.

I came across bedinabox.com - BedinaBox™ mattresses (Interesting that the company has trademarked the generic (probably to get hits from Google searchers). This is their key blurb:

Pioneers of the Boxed Mattress industry

We have spent the last ten years researching the sleep technologies we use in each of our mattresses to guarantee our customers the best sleep ever.


Their promotional stuff sounds good, but before we pull the trigger, here's what I don't get: I've looked at lists of best boxed mattresses and so far I haven found a single reference to this company. "We have spent the last ten years researching the sleep technologies we use..." doesn't mean the company has been in business ten years.

Does anyone know anything about this company and why no one seems to think highly enough of their products to rate them?
08 Apr 2019 22:19
  • Snoozehound
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Hello,

 not sure which expert to address, but oh my, what an excellent site this is; I’ve tried to devour as much as I can. I’ve recently been trying various Latex mattresses in Melbourne, Australia. I’m a slight build 65kg, 5’11” man. I sleep in all the positions. I’ve narrowed my search to the following stand-out companies - all of which have been quite helpful - but am having a little difficulty with the final choice. These are the options. 



1. www.mattressbuilders.com.au : Heveya Organic Latex Mattress. A 15cm 75 density core, with a 5cm 75 density comfort layer. The latex is from the Belgium Latexco supplier. I found this mattress quite comfortable. Possibly not enough sinking for my shoulders, but overall pretty good.

2. www.zennalatexmattress.com.au This mattress is a bedinabox variety so I haven’t been able to try it in store. They also use the Latexco Belgium manufacture. They have one slab of 18cm with 75 density. I'm presuming this will be very similar, if not the same as the Mattressbuilder given that it’s the same density and latex supplier (albeit 2 cm’s shorter)? Would the fact that it’s one piece as opposed to two pieces make a difference to the feel? I should note that this mattress is 7 zones as opposed to the Mattressbuilder one, so I’m guessing that may well alter the feel too?

3. www.fernearth.com.au This mattress is also a bedinabox type. This uses Sri-Lankan dunlop latex. Has a firm 5cm layer, then medium 10cm layer, followed by a 5cm soft layer. I don’t know the specific densities. There is also the option for an additional 5cm soft topper. They propose that you can flip the mattress to suit your preference of softer or firmer. If one prefers the firmer side, I’m wondering whether that would ultimately prove unwise given that you’d end up with the softest layer on the bottom? Not having tried this mattress, I’m unable to gauge how it would differ to the others with its progressive layering of densities, so not sure I can compare, but it is never-the-less an appealing choice.

4. www.naturalsleep.com.au: They use the dunlop process from a Malaysian manufacturer. They have many mattresses that I like. Their Chiro Plush is a 30cm thick combination of 15cm of 75 density and 15cm of 65 density of top. This one works the best for my shoulders when on my side, but when on my back it feels like my lower back is bowing a little, with feet and head slightly higher. It did have a comfortable ‘wow-factor’ but I’m not sure how that would hold up when actually sleeping. Strangely, I felt the same bowing feel from their firm version of this mattress too, which consists of 75 density all the way through the 30cm (15cm 75/ 15cm 75). It even appeared like there was a visual bow in this mattress. I can’t tell whether this was due to the base it was on, but we did move it to another base, and the feeling remained. I had the same feeling from their Chiro Supreme 280 (15cm of 75 density and 10cm of 65).
Then, there is their Chiro Surpreme 240 (15cm 75/ 5cm 65) which did not give the bowing feeling. This was comfortable, possibly not enough for my shoulders on the side position, probably similar to the mattress builder mattress. I couldn’t help but wonder whether a little more on the top layer might have been better on my shoulders in the side sleeping position (maybe if it were 7.5cm). Ultimately these mattresses from this company have made me confused:

I would have assumed that the firm version of the Chiro Plush 30cm mattress (15cm 75/ 15cm 75), which has a firmer density than the Supreme 240, would produce less bowing, yet I felt the bowing sensation none-the-less. Since I didn’t feel the bowing with the Supreme 240 (15cm 75/5cm 65) then it makes me wonder whether this is highlighting that - density aside - I may need to have a comfort layer of less than 10cm? Is it possible to have too much height in the comfort layer, regardless of the density? Or, is there perhaps something suspect about the quality of these mattresses? So I’m left wondering whether the bowing feeling is a bad thing, or whether it is - as the salesperson proposed - the feeling of better “comformity” that I was experiencing?

I’d love some advice or any feedback on these mattresses. Thank-you. :)
09 Aug 2017 14:12
  • phoenix
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Hi Ari,

Yes, Quilbed is a recent addition to the boxed-bed category. Ryan Baty, owner of The Mattress Hub in Kansas, is the owner (along with a group of local investors) . The address for Quilbed and the corporate office of The Mattress Hub is the same.

The Quilbed is a memory foam mattress. The upper layer is a gel memory foam, and according to your information is 4.3 lb in density. Beneath that is a layer of polyfoam that you were quoted at 3.5 lb density, and then there is a polyfoam core that is 5” at 2.4 lb density. Based upon these specifications there wouldn’t be any “red flags” for most individuals, but I would recommend a 5 lb density memory foam in the upper layer for those of a higher BMI. Quilbed states on their website in the description of the mattress that they adjust the density of the middle transition layer to achieve a softer feel, but in another section of the site for ordering the Ultra Plush version they say that they adjust the upper memory foam layer to achieve a softer comfort, so it’s not completely clear what is changed to achieve a softer feel from their standard version.

Is such a high ild in a top comfort layer possible ? Would that be pressure point relief or hard as heck ?


At 24, this is a “higher” IFD for memory foam (remember density and IFD are not necessarily correlated with memory foam), but there isn’t one standard for measuring the ILD of memory foam, and there can be variation in the results, as memory foam will relax during the standard one minute hold time when measuring the IFD of the memory foam. Temperature and humidity can also play a role. Regardless, all memory foam will tend to be quite soft with low resilience and high hysteresis.

Phoenix
15 Jan 2017 11:44
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Hi checker15,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

Has anyone ever had any experience with Wolf Corp's mattresses? We tried their Tranquility Plush today and it was really nice. I wanted to do my due diligence by asking this wonderful community first if anyone has had any experience with them.

I personally don’t have any experience with this mattress (it is a "bedinabox" style product), and Wolf doesn’t list it on their web site, so until you can find out information listed here so you can compare the quality of the materials and components to the durability guidelines here to make sure there are no lower quality materials or weak links in a mattress that would be a cause for concern relative to the durability and useful life of a mattress, I wouldn’t consider purchasing this, or any other, product.

And while other people's comments about the knowledge and service of a particular business can certainly be very helpful, I would be cautious about using anyone else's suggestions, experiences or reviews on a specific mattress (either positive or negative) as a reliable source of information or guidance about how you will feel on the same mattress or how suitable or how durable a mattress may be for you. In many if not most cases they can be more misleading than helpful because a mattress that would be a perfect choice for one person or even a larger group of people in terms of comfort, firmness, and PPP may be completely unsuitable for someone else to sleep on (even if they are in a similar weight range). In other words, reviews or other people's experiences in general won't tell you much if anything about the suitability, quality, durability, or "value" of a mattress for any particular person (see post #13 here ).

If you find out the specifications, I’ll be happy to provide better commentary upon the product.

Phoenix
29 Dec 2016 11:24
  • phoenix
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Hi Tommybo,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

I am 6'4", 270 lbs and a stomach sleeper
My wife is 5'5" 200 and a side sleeper but really ends up on back and stomach as well as night goes along.

Having a bit of a higher BMI presents special challenges and generally requires firmer materials (in the support layers especially), and this would also apply to your even more so as you sleep on your stomach and your wife ends up on her back or stomach as well.

This could be firmer latex or innersprings (the type of support component would be a personal preference and in the right design either could be suitable) or even a zoned construction. The same overall guidelines apply with higher weights though that PPP (Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences) along with using high quality durable materials that will maintain their feel and performance for longer periods of time are the way to make the best choices. Heavier people in general will need firmer and thicker comfort layers and firmer support layers than those who are lighter and because no materials will last as long with much higher weights the quality and durability of the materials and components is even more important than normal, and considering latex (with or without a spring unit) certainly would be a good starting point. Post #3 here has more information and suggestions about heavier weights that is worth reading.

We currently have a firm spring mattress which i am fine on by my wife has begun to have hip pain (mattress is 7 years old)

If it is a “typical name-brand” innerspring mattress, you certainly would be near the end of a normal expected comfort life for such a product.

I was looking at SleepEZ latex (not sure if organic or standard is OK)

SleepEZ offers many different types of latex, including Dunlop, Talalay, natural or blended, organic certified and/or Oeko-Tex certified. The biggest difference in feel would be between Dunlop or Talalay (Dunlop being a bit less “bouncy” feeling than Talalay), and these foams can be had in different softnesses. The difference in certifications would be more of a personal preference and not necessarily an issue of quality. Most people that are looking for an "organic" mattress or materials are usually concerned more with "safety" than whether the materials have an actual organic certification and they usually aren't aware that an organic certification isn't the same thing as a safety certification. There is more information about the three different levels of organic certifications in post #2 here and some of the benefits of an organic certification in post #3 here and there is more about the different types of organic and safety certifications such as Oeko-tex, Eco-Institut, Greenguard Gold, C2C, and CertiPUR-US in post #2 here and more about some of the differences between organic and safety certifications in post #2 here and there are also some comments in post #42 here that can help you decide whether an organic certification is important to you for environmental, social, or personal reasons or whether a "safety" certification is enough.

SleepEZ is a member here, which means that I think highly of them. Their mattresses are a component system, so if you’re considering them your next step should be a detailed phone conversation where you can explain what you’re trying to achieve and they will then be best able to offer you their advice regarding what they carry that they think would provide you the best chance at success.

Also had looked at BedinaBox Tranquility from a foam perspective

This is obviously a totally different product form the SleepEZ, being more of a traditional memory foam mattress. The 8” 2.4 lb. polyfoam base uses a good quality material, but the 3” of 3 lb. memory foam on top would provide me pause, especially for anyone over 200 lbs. or so. I’d prefer to see 5 lb. memory foam in your application.

Also looked at Purple (in fact the purple pillow just got shipped to my house)

This is again a bit of a different mattress, although closer to the BedInABox than the Sleep EZ. A forum search on Purple will also bring up much more information and feedback about them as well. They are using a layer of buckling column gel which is a good quality and durable material. There is more about buckling column gel in this article and in post #2 here and the posts it links to and a forum search on " buckling column gel " (you can just click the link) will also bring up more comments and feedback about it as well. The buckling column gel is 2" thick and then there is a 3.25" layer of 1.8 lb polyfoam under the buckling column gel (this may be 3.5" thick because they list two different thicknesses in their FAQ and the description for each size) and a 4" 2.0 lb polyfoam base layer which are both good quality materials so there are no lower quality materials or weak links in the mattress that would compromise the durability or useful life of the mattress although I would add a caution for those that are in higher weight ranges (mid 200's or higher) because of the 1.8 lb polyfoam comfort layer.

Ive read all the guides and I am not picky. Open to other suggestions on what to buy...my wife is not 100 percent sure she likes the bounce of latex.

Whether or not you are picky, you still want to make sure that whatever you are purchasing uses higher-quality materials. You’re a bit “all over the board” with items you’ve suggested as far as componentry and feel, so my best suggestion would be to find a local retailer where you could perhaps test out items that are at least similar to a latex and a memory foam bed to at least “get an idea” as to a feel you might desire.

The best advice I can offer you is to reread the Mattress Shopping Tutorial and follow the steps in selecting a new mattress. At the end of the guide is a simplified version of selecting a mattress, and for those who want the SIMPLEST VERSION OF ALL ...

Choosing the "best possible" mattress for any particular person really comes down to FIRST finding a few knowledgeable and transparent retailers and/or manufacturers that sell the types of mattresses ( see this article ) that you are most interested in (either locally or online) and that can provide you with all the information you need to know to make an informed choice and make meaningful comparisons between mattresses and then ...

1. Careful testing (hopefully using the testing guidelines in this tutorial) to make sure that a mattress is a good match for you in terms of "comfort", firmness, and PPP ... and/or that you are comfortable with the options you have available to return, exchange, or "fine tune" the mattress and any costs involved if you can't test a mattress in person or aren't confident that your mattress is a suitable choice.

2. Checking to make sure that there are no lower quality materials or weak links in a mattress you are considering relative to your weight/BMI range that could compromise the durability and useful life of the mattress (see the durability guidelines here )

3. Comparing your finalists for "value" based on #1 and #2 and all the other parts of your personal value equation that are most important to you.

Phoenix
28 Dec 2016 18:25
  • Tommybo
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So I found this sight as we are looking for a mattress.

Fairly sure we are down to latex or foam (or hybrid)

I am 6'4", 270 lbs and a stomach sleeper
My wife is 5'5" 200 and a side sleeper but really ends up on back and stomach as well as night goes along.

We currently have a firm spring mattress which i am fine on by my wife has begun to have hip pain (mattress is 7 years old)

I was looking at SleepEZ latex (not sure if organic or standard is OK)
Also had looked at BedinaBox Tranquility from a foam perspective
Also looked at Purple (in fact the purple pillow just got shipped to my house)

Ive read all the guides and I am not picky.


Open to other suggestions on what to buy...my wife is not 100 percent sure she likes the bounce of latex.

Thanks in advance...glad to have found site.
06 Nov 2016 09:58
  • St3v3k4hn
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Awesome as usual, thanks Phoenix....
06 Nov 2016 08:08
  • phoenix
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Hi St3v3k4hn,

Has anyone looked into this mattress yet? Is it brand new or something?


Yes, this is a newer product, which they designate by the “NEW” red button next to the product name on their web site on their top menu bar on the products page and in the description of the product on the landing page.

While someone else may have ordered this product, being this new they wouldn’t be able to provide much in the way of meaningful evaluation as of the short time that this product has been available, unless they could provide actual specifications of the product.

As I know you’re aware, but for others who might be reading this, other people's comments about the knowledge and service of a particular business can certainly be very helpful ... I would always keep in mind that you are the only one that can feel what you feel on a mattress and I would be cautious about using anyone else's suggestions, experiences or reviews on a specific mattress (either positive or negative) or review sites in general as a reliable source of information or guidance about how you will feel on the same mattress or how suitable or how durable a mattress may be for you. In many if not most cases they can be more misleading than helpful because a mattress that would be a perfect choice for one person or even a larger group of people in terms of comfort, firmness, and PPP may be completely unsuitable for someone else to sleep on (even if they are in a similar weight range). In other words ... reviews or other people's experiences in general won't tell you much if anything about the suitability, quality, durability, or "value" of a mattress for any particular person (see post #13 here ).

I plan to make contact with bedinabox this next week as I have the time and if I learn anything about these new specifications I’ll be sure to post them back here.

Phoenix
05 Nov 2016 14:42
  • St3v3k4hn
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Has anyone looked into this mattress yet? Is it brand new or something?
05 Nov 2016 14:21
  • phoenix
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Hi St3v3k4hn,

I wonder if you have had time to look at the new Adagio mattress from BIAB


No, I haven’t looked into that product. Bedinabox doesn’t provide much meaningful information about their mattresses on their web site, but if you contacted them they may provide more product details to you. There is also more about Bedinabox in post #2 here .

Phoenix
05 Nov 2016 11:49
  • St3v3k4hn
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Phoenix,
I wonder if you have had time to look at the new Adagio mattress from BIAB. Its a very interesting concept; flippable, different firmness on each side, innerspring core with memory foam outer layers. Probably still 3.0 lb memory foam, which could be a problem, but maybe less of a problem since its flippable. Altho I know that flipping a mattress can be a pain...
Steve
28 Oct 2016 12:51
  • BaldColumbian
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I was curious to gather opinions on the final potential layer of my mattress build.

My current layers, from top to bottom:

3" Puralux Latex Memory Foam from Arizona Premium,
3" 30 ILD Dunlop Latex from SleepOnLatex

I am still waiting for the top layer to arrive, but I do anticipate we may want one more layer on the mattress. Mattress will be on a solid plywood foundation.

I will also be testing a Snugfleece II topper, so as is the mattress is 6" = 7" thick (depending on if we think the Snugfleece is worth the money after trying it out).

The questions:
  1. How much will we reasonably notice an additional bottom layer? I doubt we'd bottom out through the 6" of existing latex + 1" of wool.
  2. How much does the choice of bottom layer affect the feel of the mattress? Am I really going to notice the difference between a bottom layer of 40 ILD dunlop vs 44 ILD polyfoam?
  3. Is there any point in just going for 2" instead of 3"?
  4. Obviously polyfoam doesnt last as long as latex. How much wear does that bottom layer take anyway? Am I really going to wear out the bottom shorter lifespan polyfoam before the top layers of longer lived latex?


About the Sleepers:

We are on the smaller side - 6'1" 180 lbs and 5'3" 115 lbs, side & back sleepers. Currently on a very much in need of replacement 8 year old bedinabox.com mattress. We did really like it when it wasn't sagging in the middle. In the meantime I've tossed the Dunlop layer on top of it just for fun and actually find it pretty comfortable.

Cost isn't a huge factor but I don't like to spend money for no reason!
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