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09 Jan 2019 17:43
Thank you, MFC! I'd finally gotten to the point where I was okay with a 5.3-lb-only comfort layer instead of a comfort layer that included an inch or two of 6 lb or higher foam. From Novosbed to Foamorder, my dreams keep getting shot down, haha!

Foamorder reports that they are switching manufacturers and even though their site is not yet updated, they are already producing mattresses with 4.5 lb foam. So, no more 5.3 there either.

Christeli is taking days to get back to me about their density and seems to have notes from their engineer that conflict with the order of their layering. These notes also do not list densities, so they are checking on it. I was also told by one rep that the Charleston is less firm than the Daniel, while another rep told me the exact opposite. With their lack of a refund policy, I am starting to get sketched out by them as well.

I've emailed Lake Mattress & Furniture to see if they will still make a "My Luxury Mattress", which had 4" of 5 lb foam. Not even sure if it was ever a medium-firm style but I'm running out of power to choose.

Rocky Mountain Mattress reports that their poly foam base is 1.8 lb. They also do not know the density of their 1.5" Ultracel Supersoft Foam, which is the top layer of their Brighton mattress. Even with the 1.8 ln poly foam density, at 225 pounds, I'd rather not go this route since the customer pays for return shipping. It's a decent option and fairly inexpensive at around $1400 to $1600 (queen vs king), but it's still tough to fork that over when you have to pay for return shipping and are unsure of how a reportedly medium firmness will feel. We're going for medium-firm (Rhapsody Luxe would be ideal).

Tempflow is quite intriguing but is quite expensive and a potential refund has original shipping and tax deducted, and customer pays for return shipping. Definitely not one to be unsure of.

That leaves the OMF Serenity. This one has 1.5” of 8 lb memory foam and 2.5” of 5 lb memory foam with a 6” 2.25 lb poly foam support base. Absolutely ideal, assuming it is the right firmness and feel. Alas, they do not do refunds or exchanges. I've read on this site about the possibility of them charging 25% of the least expensive of the returned item and the exchanged item but this would mean you have to like one of their other options. We're not looking for innerspring or latex and they have no other 100% memory foam/poly foam options.

So... I'm feeling stuck. I do a lot of thorough research when I buy most items but this is one instance in which I've gone above and beyond. I'd been on the phone, written emails, and read just about every thread I could related to the various mattresses in question. I don't know what else I can do at this point, outside of losing 50 pounds, making 4 lb density foam a durable option. Not really sure what we're gonna do, but I am done researching for now. We may have to just stick with our too-soft mattress until I can get over the immense amount of time I feel I've wasted, lol.

Honestly, the easiest thing to do would be the one thing I am trying so hard to avoid: buy the damn Rhapsody Luxe for way too much money.

Any suggestions are welcome. I'm 225 pounds and the wife is 190 pounds. We need higher density foam and it seems it is somewhat being phased out of mattresses from companies with less-costly sleep trial periods. All of that being said, this website has been a wealth of information and I truly do appreciate all of the knowledge contained within. It shouldn't be this hard to buy a mattress, tough, lol!
07 Jan 2019 23:56

Christeli reply to me with these specifications
5" Comfort top with:
1" 5lb 20ILD Memory foam
4" 4lb 10ILD Memory foam
Latex Ortho Core
3" Comfort Top with:
3" 5lb 20ILD Memory Foam


This is what I've been worried about ever since a Christeli rep told me Christeli no longer discloses the density of their foam materials. I'm not sure if the 4 lb density is unique to the Palais, but many of their mattresses have that same 4" memory foam layer beneath a higher-density memory foam layer. I am going to call them again later this morning and see if there is any way they can let me know what the density is of their Charleston and Daniel layers. If not, I will have to assume that each of their mattresses has a 4" 4 lb memory foam layer and cross Christeli off fo the list, as I am 225 pounds and need to keep my foam layers at that 5 lb+ density level. It's beginning to seem like very few companies, if any, are still using 5 lb+ in their comfort layers. If they do, they aren't disclosing it. I may end up with a Temour-Pedic since the model I'm after is confirmed to have the 7 lb/5lb comfort layer. That dogone price though, man...

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07 Jan 2019 22:52
Hi nollepion! You have likely gone past your trial period but I figured I would reply anyway. I'm currently shopping for mattresses and was also in love with the Rhapsody Luxe, though this was about three years ago. I've also found it quite difficult to locate a Rhapsody Luxe in-store. It's come to my attention that Tempur-Pedic has a model called the Countour Luxe Breeze that is touted as the replacement for the Rhapsody Luxe. I popped into a Relax the Back store yesterday and got a chance to lay on it. It has been three years since I laid on the Rhapsody Luxe, but I do recall the feel and would agree with the sales rep that the Contour Luxe Breeze has a very similar feel. You might wanna try it out, if there is any chance you're able to negotiate an exchange this late in the game.

I'm currently trying to decide whether it is worth it to gamble on the Christeli Charleston, said to have a similar feel to the Rhapsody. The issue with that one is the lack of a refund policy. You can only exchange the mattress over a 50-day trial. The other issue is that Christeli is no longer transparent about the density of their foam, which makes it tough to make a purchase since there is also no hope of a refund if it just doesn't work out. I may have to bit the bullet and buy a Tempur-Pedic, as I at least know that if I hate the doggone thing after around 90 days or so, I can exchange or get a full refund and start fresh. I may go that route just to make sure I really like memory foam as much as I do during demos, as I've come to the conclusion that your first foray into a non-innerspring mattress is likely going to take a leap of faith. I consider it an investment in knowledge of what materials I dig and don't dig. If memory foam doesn't work out, I'll likely be an innerspring guy for life. I've tried latex and something about it just doesn't grab me. I almost grabbed a hybrid from a local store (Texas Mattress Makers), but the density of the memory foam is below the guidelines for a 225-pound individual, which I am.

I'm grateful mohave stumbled upon your thread, even thought it is months old, as typing all of this has almost served as a sort of journal entry. Talking it out, so-to-speak, has made me realize that I need to give the memory foam a solid shot and make sure it's right for me. To do that, I've either got to plunk down the coin for a Tempur-Pedic, knowing that I can get a refund if it doesn't work out long-term, or tae a chance on the Christeli, hope they're still using 6 lb/5 lb foam on the top comfort layers, and chalk it up as an investment in insight should it not fit the bill long-term.

I feel a bit better having talked this all out, but man... it shouldn't be this difficult to buy a bed, lol!
07 Jan 2019 11:58
Hello! I have been reading on this site for a few years now, have done my due diligence, and am finally prepared to purchase a mattress. First of all, thank you to Phoenix and all of the participants on the site, who have provided a wealth of information over the years. This forum is a gold mine!

After a lot of research, testing, etc, my wife and I found the Tempur-Pedic Rhapsody Luxe to be the mattress we both feel at home on. Unwilling to pay Tempur-Pedic prices, we began the search for a company producing a mattress that they feel is similar to the Rhapsody Luxe, with the proper components to ensure durability and support, along with value. We initially pulled the trigger on a SelectFoam mattress a few years ago but cancelled when the company was unresponsive and the mattress never shipped. Thankfully, we were refunded and able to move on with our lives. We have now landed on the Christeli brand and in particular, the Charleston and Danieli. I am 5' 11" and 220 pounds. My wife is 5' 3" and 190 pounds, so the density of comfort and support layers is definitely one of the most important aspects of this purchase.

After browsing the thread again for the past week or so, I came upon some specs for the Christeli mattresses and it seems they have most recently reported using 6 lb foam (1" vs 2" for the Danieli and Charleston, respectively) and 5.3 lb foam for the two comfort layers (4" for both). These certainly seem like they'd leave no weak links based on the info contained in this forum.

After calling and speaking with a rep from Christeli for about thirty minutes or so today, I became a little concerned. He was quite helpful and we both came to the conclusion that the Charleston would be most likely to match what we are looking for. However, when I asked about the density of the layers in the current version of the mattress, just to be sure, the rep stated that Christeli no longer provides that information and thus he has no idea of the figures. This was a bit alarming, considering that Christeli does not currently offer a refund, only a one-time exchange. Should the components have been compromised and the densities lowered to the point of being in a range unsuitable for our weight and durability concerns, it would prove unfortunate to have purchased a Christeli mattress.

I am writing in the hope that Phoenix or perhaps another trusted member of the site has insight regarding the current densities of the foam used in the Charleston and Danieli. It's unfortunate that Christeli does not have a return policy and now lacks transparency about its product's components. I was okay giving it a shot based on my research and the conversation with the Christeli rep, but transparency has always been a major aspect of companies gaining membership here and to lose that makes me quite nervous. It seems that we continue to spin our wheels in an effort to find the right mattress. Here's hoping someone can offer information the rep didn't seem to have access to, or maybe a point of contact at Christeli who will have more info.

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!
03 Jan 2017 16:29
Hi bucboy14,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

Well three years ago we purchased a Tempurpedic Contour Select at a local store that was a scratch and dent model. We were told from the store that it would have the full warranty. Well.. Came to find out that was not the case. The store is no longer in business and we are stuck with a mattress with two inch permant indentations.

I’m sorry to learn about your issues with your Tempurpedic from a scratch and dent store, and unfortunately as you found out, items that are listed as this are not offered with a manufacturer’s warranty (they’re often mattresses that have already been returned for warranty defects). I strongly encourage anyone to proceed with abundant caution when considering a purchase of this nature. This video speaks about this a bit more. I'm sorry you had this happen to you.

We are looking at the CHARLESTON 14.5" and the DANIELI 13.5". I really liked the higher density foam in the Tempurpedic. I guess my question is which one will give the same sinking feeling as the Tempurpedic Contour?

Unfortunately, it's not possible to tell how a mattress will feel and perform for any specific person based on the specs or density of the materials as compared to another and it would depend entirely on the person and which mattress design was a better match in terms of comfort, firmness, and PPP. The only way to know would be based on your own careful testing or your own personal experience when you sleep on it.

Both of the Christeli mattresses you mentioned also use good quality materials and there are no lower quality materials or weak links that could compromise the durability or useful life of either of them relative to any weight/BMI range either but once again when you can't test a mattress in person then your best source of guidance about which of their mattresses may be the best "match" for both of you will be a phone call with Christeli, and ask them which model they offer would best approximate the Contour Select.

I would also keep in mind that Christeli has a 50 day exchange policy that allows you to make a single exchange for another mattress but they don't offer a refund policy so if you don't sleep as well on one of their mattresses as you hoped for then your only options would be to add a topper (if the mattress is too firm) or to exchange the mattress for another model that is either softer or firmer.

Just for your own information, the last older specs I have of the Contour Select are:
1.2" TEMPUR® softer material Comfort Layer (5.3 lb/ft3 density)
2.8" TEMPUR® firmer material Support Layer (5.3 lb/ft3 density)
6" Convoluted HR, AirFlow System™ Base Layer

Are there other companys that I should be looking at as well to get the same feel?


I'm not able to maintain a listing of all of the offerings that manufacturers currently have available, but in general there are really 3 ways that one mattress can “match” another one.

The first of these is in its feel and performance. While the quality of materials may not be the same (lower quality materials can feel the same as higher quality materials when they are new but won't remain close to their original specs for as long once they soften and break down more quickly) they may "feel" very similar in side by side testing ... at least for a while.

The second of these is with the quality of materials. This means that two mattresses may use the same quality of materials as another mattress and may have roughly the same durability but they may not feel the same because different foams of the same quality can have a very different feel and different designs and layer thicknesses can also mean that two mattresses with the same quality materials can be very different as well.

The third way they can match would be in design where one mattresses uses the same thickness of materials and layers and the same quality materials as well but they still may not feel the same because of differences in how similar quality materials can feel and differences in the softness or firmness of similar quality materials. In this case for example you could have one mattress that used 2" of 4 lb memory foam over 2" of 5 lb memory foam over 6" of 2.2 lb foam which could feel very different from another mattress that used the same quality/density of materials but where the feel and performance was very different.

So different mattresses may approximate another one (they will not likely be identical) in one or more ways ... feel, material quality, and design. You may be able to find a mattress with a total amount and density of memory foam that is similar to the Contour Select, but in each mattress the type and properties and mixture of the memory foam will be slightly different along with the differences in the support system, so there really will be no way to get the “same” feel. But you may be able to find something similar, and the best way to determine that would be a detailed phone conversation with any memory foam company/manufacturer you are considering.

If you want to look at other brands, you may wish to start with the members listed in post #21 here who are all very experienced and knowledgeable and specialize in providing the type of help and guidance on the phone that can help you make good choices. There are a wide range of memory foam options included in the choices there and I believe that all of them compete well with the best in the industry in terms of their quality, value, service, and transparency. In addition to the online members of the site listed in the previous membership link ... post #12 here has some of the better online memory foam options for those who are looking for a memory foam mattress.

I’ll be interested to learn about any details you receive from Christeli should you phone them, and any subsequent decisions you make.

Phoenix
03 Jan 2017 12:27
EXCELLENT site. So much information!

Well three years ago we purchased a Tempurpedic Contour Select at a local store that was a scratch and dent model. We were told from the store that it would have the full warranty. Well.. Came to find out that was not the case. The store is no longer in business and we are stuck with a mattress with two inch permant indentations. It is killing my back and my wife's back. LOVED it when it was new.

We (after EXTENSIVE research and reading all the articles on your site) have narrowed our choices down to Christeli. We are looking at the CHARLESTON 14.5" and the DANIELI 13.5". I really liked the higher density foam in the Tempurpedic. I guess my question is which one will give the same sinking feeling as the Tempurpedic Contour? I am 6'1" 230 and my wife is 5'7" 140. I am a back sleeper and my wife is a side sleeper.

Are there other companys that I should be looking at as well to get the same feel?

Thanks,
Dave
14 Nov 2016 10:37
Done that myself SleepyJ. Had Christeli Charleston for little under 50 days- after 3 weeks was looking for something to soften up the confort level without taking away totally the memory foam feel. So I walked the foam for 15 mins to soften up the foam and accelerate the break in period (my advice for this is to do it in 5 min daily intervals then sleep trial overnight until confort level is reach instead of all at once) and I bought a 2" dunlap latex top. The "feel" is gorgeous like a floating sensation which is somewhat of the feel from my previous Tempurpedic Grandbed that was too firm for the wife.. Caveots of adding latex to the Charleston -in my experience it was not as warm which also reduced some of the sinking feeling of the memory foam and after 3 weeks I started feeling out of aligment with lower back pain and shooting pains in other areas. So I took off the 2" latex -had already ordered a 3" latex to compare but now am sending that one back also-(i'm searching myself for the right feel) when I read on a message board just how much a quality mattress protector can influence the feel and confort of the memory foam- much more so than a traditional spring mattress. So I contemplated just how important keeping the new Christeli Charleston mattress "new" especially after the 9 yr old Oringal Mattress Factory spring mattress it was replacing had a quality protector on it and it looked brand new but still was going to the dump and if Im not planning on gettting drunk and passing out spilling beer everywhere and I do not currently have a bladder control problem- maybe see how the feel compares with just 1000ct sheets between me and the memory foam.. Much better. Also, do not under estimate just how much different a quality memory foam mattress will feel after 3 months- it changes alot imo. Good luck and hope this helps.
21 Sep 2016 08:01
Hi curimattrous,

I was wondering if you knew of any other memory foam mattresses that use 7lb or higher memory foam in their comfort layer, so far I've only seen it in the Grand Bed and Grandis HD.


Off the top of my head the only other ones I can think of are the Sleep Science Escape here and the Original Mattress Factory Serenity here and the Joplimo Swearingen here.
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I would keep in mind though that memory foam can have a very wide range of different properties even if it is the same density and once you are past about 6 lbs or so any durability benefits of higher density memory foam would be greatly diminished.

Is it more beneficial to have a thicker layer of less dense memory foam (1" of 6lb and 7" of 5.3lb in the Palais Grand Royal) or a thicker layer of denser memory foam, but less foam overall (2" of 6 lb and 4" of 5.3lb in the Lux Estate) one way or the other?


It's not possible to tell how a mattress will feel and perform for any specific person based on the specs or density of the materials and it would depend entirely on the person and which mattress design was a better match in terms of comfort, firmness, and PPP. For some people one would be better and for some the other would be better and for some neither one would be a suitable choice. The only way to know would be based on your own careful testing or your own personal experience when you sleep on it.

In the Palais Grand Royale, however, since the bed has two sides, it doesn't look you can sleep with all of the 5.3lb right beneath you, some will be at the very bottom of the mattress (I'm calling to confirm this later).


The Palais Grand Royale can be used in several configurations and one of them is using both memory foam sections on top of the mattress.

I would be cautious with very thick layers of memory foam though because memory foam can soften in response to temperature, humidity, and continuous compression and with thicker memory foam layers you may be in good alignment when you first go to sleep at night but if the memory foam softens too much you may no longer be in good alignment when you wake up in the morning.

I also looked at the Christeli Charleston, which seems nearly identical to the Lux Estate except that instead of the natural latex support system layer it has an adjustable ortho core as well as "Cool Tufting' rather than the 'Silk Tufting' like in the Lux Estate and was wondering if you could tell me the benefits of each (though I plan to ask once I talk with them)


A phone call with Christeli would be the best source of guidance about the specific differences between their different models.

Also, in comparing the Lux Estate and Palais Grand Royale to the Grand Bed Christeli has a comparison that they all use 5.3 and 6lb memory foam, but upon calling Tempurpedic I learned that their comfort layer is 7.1lb.


The GrandBed includes 7.2" of memory foam and 2" of it is 7.1 lb memory foam and 5.2" of it is their 5.3 lb memory foam.

Phoenix
21 Sep 2016 03:45
That is too true. I make that statement only because of sleeping on the mattress at the hotel for a few days and getting a better sleep than on my tuft and Needle, which I already get a good sleep on, and how much better the Grand Bed felt than the mattress at the hotel. However, I still plan to test it more today like you recommend.

I was wondering if you knew of any other memory foam mattresses that use 7lb or higher memory foam in their comfort layer, so far I've only seen it in the Grand Bed and Grandis HD.

Is it more beneficial to have a thicker layer of less dense memory foam (1" of 6lb and 7" of 5.3lb in the Palais Grand Royal) or a thicker layer of denser memory foam, but less foam overall (2" of 6 lb and 4" of 5.3lb in the Lux Estate) one way or the other? In the Palais Grand Royale, however, since the bed has two sides, it doesn't look you can sleep with all of the 5.3lb right beneath you, some will be at the very bottom of the mattress (I'm calling to confirm this later). I also looked at the Christeli Charleston, which seems nearly identical to the Lux Estate except that instead of the natural latex support system layer it has an adjustable ortho core as well as "Cool Tufting' rather than the 'Silk Tufting' like in the Lux Estate and was wondering if you could tell me the benefits of each (though I plan to ask once I talk with them)

Also, in comparing the Lux Estate and Palais Grand Royale to the Grand Bed Christeli has a comparison that they all use 5.3 and 6lb memory foam, but upon calling Tempurpedic I learned that their comfort layer is 7.1lb.

curimattrous
15 Oct 2015 13:26
ty, Chapps for your input and experience with Nest and Alexander. I too can only sleep on right side i weigh 225lb 6ft tall. ( need to lose 25lbs) my issues is tendititus on l/shld. I did feel Phoienix was harsh with you , although his reason was that sleepopolis.com is in sorts a saleperson for certain bed cos. and buyer beware. i did look at the nest alexander med firmness and i will look to find local store. I researched a bit for reviews and they look to be mostly good but not all( as far as feel) my thinking is that they use 1.5″ super soft foam in the cover( why they don't clarify i have no idea) , 2″ visco foam (4 pound), 2″ gel foam (4 pound), 8″ support foam.
Im looking at the Christeli which tells you exactly what's in everything and they use 6lb density 2" foam with cashmier tuffting cover and 5lb 4" density w/ memory foam core or latex if you need more support. a bit more than your bed price wise King size for Charleston is 1599 w/mem. core or Lux is 2395 which has latex core for bigger people according rep. They did have some clearance or floor models on sale last week and they were 20% off abouts. Mike the rep said he would look and see if i can somethin next week after stating my budget. It feels like you holds his ground on getting top dollar but after 2 weeks and 3 times talking to him I think he feels im not going to buy unless i get the lower price. I have only seen great reviews except for a few delivery issues with BBB.
> i hope the alexander works for you im not a fan of the gel infused and i know the i comfort felt great in store but had bad reviews after months of use as did tempurpedic and the sleep number. for such a large purchase its wise to be patient and research. ty again and i wish you well.
02 Oct 2015 00:54
HI, this forum has been a tremendous resource which I have been reading for several months now. But its finally time to pull the trigger on a new mattress to replace the 12+ year old hard innerspring.

I've read so many topics I think my head will explode, but I do believe I re-read many of the other key articles recently to refresh. Originally started shopping thinking about getting a cheap bed off the likes of Amazon, but now am looking to spend more and get more lasting value.

Specifics are I am sufficiently dense myself (300) and a back sleeper, and my spouse is prob 200 or so, side and back sleeper.. I have liked the medium-firm to firm memory foam beds I have tried (tempurpedic for example) and my wife seems to like the feel memory foam as well. I recently tried some all latex mattresses and have looked into them due to the idea of durability.

I really am drawn to the feel of the good memory foam beds and the way you mold into them. But I don't want one too soft. The latex feels ok but different. It has the springy feel more akin to the spring mattress, just that is without the springs that I don't like. I do like that latex is easier to get in and out of. I just cannot go for an innerspring anymore.

With all my research, I am considering the total latex from Dreamfoam, due to what i believe would be good quality, fair price, and good customer service. I know also if I err on some of the mattress customization, that adjustments can be made. I am a bit gun shy on the final purchase however, because I feel like despite the likely durability advantage for me an my size, the feel of the good foam beds I have tried has so much more appeal. The latex just feels ok. The foam has some wow factor for me right now.

I am also heavily considering the Danieli or Charleston from Christeli. And maybe Lux Estate. They appear to have good quality, the prices are fair too, and the customer service i have encountered so far has been good. I know the foam quality is good and the density for the memory foam is at least 5.3 as with being heavier I can't go with less density. It is easy to see the construction of each of their mattresses and I like that they give you that information. I like the split construction, the edge support, and flippable core, which may help a bit if we need to soften it up when we get it.

The recommendation to me from Christeli was the Danieli, but it has a bit less memory foam and a less cushy top than the Charleston. Actually they suggested the Lux Estate first due to the latex core, and this is my dilemma. Most hybrid mattresses have latex comfort layers and a poly foam core. The Lux Estate is sort of reverse. The latex is the support layer, and the top is the memory foam, which I think I like the feel of. If I really like the foam feel on top, I am wondering if its really worth the extra money for the latex core, considering I feel that their ortho core foam is probably pretty good. And in general just wondering if maybe in my case the Dreamfoam total latex wouldn't make for longer durability.

I think to me, either company, I will get a good product. I am probably leaning toward a Charleston from Christeli (at least as I type this) because even though I might like the firmer top of the Danieli, my wife might like the added cushion and cashmere cover on the Charleston. And the Charleston had a bit more memory foam thickness as well. I am concerned the Lux Estate may have a different feel than the other Christelis that are all memory foam; i worry that the latex core might slightly ruin some of the memory foam feel.

After all this time, too many choices. I almost got a Dynasty off Amazon, either their 14" or 15.5" but I feel like I may be making a better choice with the Dreamfoam or Christeli. If anyone has any thoughts I'd be glad to hear them. Thanks for having this great forum. I did check out this post as well.
27 Dec 2014 07:51
I'm looking to construct a memory foam/poly foam core mattress. I am looking to approximate the designs in the tempur contour, christeli (charleston), and/or select foam (conform regalis). Each of these use a hd memory foam layer (6lb or higher) in their construction. Where can I purchase a 1-2" layer of hd memory foam to use in my bed construction? These manufactures typically only offer the 5.3lb or less toppers/layers for sale. I want to do diy so I can replace layers easily in the future and adjust/move layers as needed. I would prefer certipur/us made foam if possible.
13 Oct 2014 17:06
Hi yoshirider,

Thanks for the update ... I appreciate it.

The mattress looks slightly lopsided from the side view (sloping inwards from top to bottom). I thought it would fix itself out after it decompressed, but it didn't. I'm not sure if this is normal.


I'm not sure if this is "normal" either. Could you post a picture that shows what you mean?

If you have any concerns though I would certainly send them pictures and call them as well.

Phoenix
13 Oct 2014 15:44
Sorry, I forgot to update the thread. Order was placed Sept 1st. I received a shipment notice from FedEx on Sept 19th. It was delivered on Sept 25th. So far the bed seems to have a lot of support, but the first few nights we were not able to sleep on our sides at all. I've learned to just sleep on my back and I haven't had any back problems from mostly sleeping on my back on this mattress so far. The mattress looks slightly lopsided from the side view (sloping inwards from top to bottom). I thought it would fix itself out after it decompressed, but it didn't. I'm not sure if this is normal.
22 Sep 2014 14:41
Yoshirider, did select foam ever contact you regarding your mattress? I placed an order on the 14th for a memory foam topper, and have yet to receive shipping confirmation although I was told last week it would ship by the end of the week (passed) and today when speaking with Peter was told today or tomorrow. Hopefully this is the case, as their FAQ say three days to ship and 7-10 until receipt. Funny thing is, I got a survey from them today on my experience and asking for a review. This company seems like they make good quality and value products, but seem to have some issues in overall delivery of service.
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