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14 Apr 2022 12:10
  • JMD5
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Thank you very much! I will take a look at your suggestions.

Yes, I certainly wish there would have been more information/reviews about Dormeo back when we purchased it - and it would have been SUPER helpful to know about TMU and all the information here!

Both of us really like the feel of springs with a good comfort layer to conform to curves/relieve pressure. My husband just wants to buy The Fairmont Bed (sold by Fairmont Hotels, made by Sealy), but I'm not convinced it will last long and even when I asked for specific info on material, it wasn't enough detail.

I was considering trying the Ghostbed Flex (what they recommended as well), but I know the foam is 4lb, and what I've read here is >5lb is recommended for our size.

I've also considered trying to find a good solid innerspring and get a separate topper that we can change out as needed... But I haven't seen just an innerspring anywhere (they all seem to have pillowtop) and I'm not sure about which manufactures would have strong coils for extra weight. Any recommendations there?

Then of course we'd need to find a topper we like...

Neither of us have tried latex, but I think we need to. I'll have to figure out if there are any retailers locally that have a showroom with latex options. It looks like Costco has a Sealy Posturpedic mattress with latex - I know, stay away from Sealy... But Costco is also quite tempting because the customer service is so fabulous.
www.costco.ca/sealy-posturepedic-natural-origins-oak-crest-king-mattress-or-set.product.100665077.html

Thanks again for your input and suggestions.
14 Apr 2022 00:55
  • phoenix
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Hi JMD5.

Welcome to our Mattress Forum! :)

. My husband and I desperately need a new mattress, but I'm feeling very overwhelmed by all the options and information.

I can certainly understand the sense of overwhelm with thousands of options and conflicting information. You are not alone and you came to the right place to get some help sorting through this information.

. We are currently on a King Dormeo mattress, and it feels like we are both sleeping in a ditch. It is only about 5 years old. We both have neck and shoulder pain. I frequently wake up to roll over/move in the night, due to pain or pressure (I believe from misalignment).

Sorry to hear that your current Dormeo mattress causes you and your husband pains during the night. Dormeo is an all-foam mattress that contains a 5” soy-infused EcoCell polyfoam support layer with the 1” memory foam layer and a layer or two of 2" "Octasprings -EcoSprings" of unknown density. Even though it’s after the fact you may want to have a look at this red flag deals post here to understand what can go wrong with a mattress purchase that is missing factual data. Regardless of the marketing tactics used to promote a mattress, if verifiable specifics are not available, and the company that sells it is not willing to provide this information., I would assume that the mattress has lower-quality materials that will break down prematurely. An uninformed and trusting consumer can easily fall prey and end up with a mattress that has durability issues showing up much before the end of the warranty. Regardless of the mattress online “reviews” (galore)...outside of PPP (which is the most important part of "value"), the next most important part of the value of a mattress purchase is durability which is all about how long you will sleep well on a mattress. This is the part of your research that you can't see or "feel" and assessing the durability and useful life of a mattress depends on knowing the specifics of its construction and the type and quality of the materials inside it regardless of the name of the manufacturer on the label or how a mattress feels in a showroom or when it is relatively new

To make a more informed mattress purchase I’d first determine which type of mattress you and your husband like (hybrid, All latex, Foam combos etc.) I’d make some trips to a local store that is willing to provide mattress-specific information and I’d try different styles and mattress types. Then I’d eliminate all the contenders for which you cannot find the mattress specifications you need to know so you can compare the quality of the materials and components to the mattress durability guidelines here Doing this is a sure way to narrow down your options, help you zoom in on a quality product, and reduce the overwhelming amount of information you come across.

I'm thinking a hybrid, possibly with latex? But it also seems that we should stay away from springs since we are heavier people?

Not necessarily! .... “Spring” mattresses can be very durable and appropriate for higher weight range sleepers, provided that you like their feel. When selecting a product make sure to look at the mattress durability specifications recommended for someone with a 30+ BMI. A high BMI presents special challenges and generally requires firmer materials (in the support layers especially). 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. I wouldn't "rule out" any type of mattress and base your choices on your own personal testing. Post #3 here has more information and suggestions about heavier weights that is worth reading.

If you like latex, then an all-latex mattress or latex comfort layers over either an innerspring or polyfoam can make good sense. Latex is the most durable material from all types of foams and the upper layers of a mattress are the most important part of durability because they are the most subject to repeated compression and mechanical stress and for most people (but not all) ... they contribute more to the overall "feel" of the mattress as well.

Any recommendations for mattresses we should be looking at/considering? We are located in Alberta, Canada.

I don’t keep track of all the local stores in specific areas of Canada as the industry landscape is rapidly changing, but if you are considering an online purchase you can find a few Canadian manufacturers or retailers in the Trusted Members ~ directory that I think highly of and would be happy to assist and educate consumers.
CBH Wood
Dormio.ca
Memory Foam Comfort

I hope the above info and links help simplify your mattress search and set you on the right track
Phoenix
11 Apr 2022 21:03
  • JMD5
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Hello! I've been reading a lot through this site, and want to thank you and all contributors for all the information, questions and answers posted here.

My husband and I desperately need a new mattress, but I'm feeling very overwhelmed by all the options and information. I'm wondering if someone could help point us in the right direction for recommended mattresses to investigate further?

We are currently on a King Dormeo mattress, and it feels like we are both sleeping in a ditch. It is only about 5 years old. We both have neck and shoulder pain. I frequently wake up to roll over/move in the night, due to pain or pressure (I believe from misalignment). He is 6'2 and around 210lb and I am 5'5 and around 250lb. Both of us are back and side sleepers, and prefer to sleep "on" a mattress vs "in"; however, we both like some comfort in the top to conform to hips and shoulders when we are side-sleeping.

I'm thinking a hybrid, possibly with latex? But it also seems that we should stay away from springs, since we are heavier people? Any recommendations for mattresses we should be looking at/considering? We are located in Alberta, Canada. Thank you!
02 Dec 2021 15:00
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi JL9977.

Welcome to our Mattress Forum. :)

Sorry to hear you're not having success softening up your sleeping experience on your Dormeo bed. Without knowing the specifications of that bed, any foam ILD/IFDs, etc. it's hard to say why you may be experiencing back pain but this forum topic could be useful to you in identifying what may be the root cause.

I've read that the Tempur-Pedic mattresses tend to have better reviews than the Dormeo mattresses but my wife didn't like the sinking feeling when she tried the mattress in the store.


While hearing others opinions can be useful, we always caution people to stay away from reviews when looking to purchase a mattress. People often review mattresses far too early after receiving them, and reviews lack specific information about all the variables that can contribute to the suitability of a mattress (like details about the person and the mattress) that would make them more meaningful/accurate. We also suggest reading about the dangers of making a purchase based on reviews here .

You also mentioned your sleeping positions - this is super useful in identifying your ideal comfort layer. We have a resource that speaks to the needs of different sleeping positions here .

While I'm sorry that I cannot make a specific recommendation, I hope some of the above resources help you to narrow your choices and make a decision that best fits your needs.

NikkiTMU
01 Dec 2021 14:18
  • JL9977
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Hello everyone,

I'm in a bit of a bind and need to select a new mattress by Friday. To make a long story short, my wife and I were experiencing some lower-to-mid back pain with our old mattress (Ikea Sultana mattress with a Costco memory foam topper) After bit of research, we made the decision to try a firm mattress to see if that would alleviate our pain. We bought our first replacement mattress from Sleep Country in Canada and that was the Serta TempActiv1. After about a month of use, that one made our back pain worse and we exchanged it with a Dormeo 1. We tried the Dormeo for another month and the back pain was even worse than with the Serta, even while trying to soften it up by walking on it a few nights. We contacted Sleep Country again and they gave us a bit of an ultimatum: we could only exchange the mattress one more time. They do not do refunds.

So now, we are left with a few options:
1. Keep the current Dormeo 1 and add the old foam topper to help with the back pain. This seems to help a little bit but not 100%. Plus, I'm a bit miffed that after spending $2000 on a new mattress that we are still relying on a foam topper which doesn't fully alleviate our original pain problem.
2. We could go with a softer level of the Dormeo mattresses or even an entirely different model altogether. I've read that the Tempur-Pedic mattresses tend to have better reviews than the Dormeo mattresses but my wife didn't like the sinking feeling when she tried the mattress in the store. I'm personally indifferent to it.
3. We could go back to our old mattress and give the new Dormeo to our kids or try to sell it ourselves.

Some personal information:
Wife is 5'5" and about 120 lbs, mostly a side sleeper.
I'm 5'10" and about 185 lbs, 50/50 split between side sleeping and back sleeping + severe apnea.

Any recommendations would be appreciated but we are limited to purchasing a mattress model available at Sleep Country only.

Thanks!
27 Jun 2021 14:23
  • Farbulous
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Hello TMU!

Looking for a bit of guidance and advice. I've done quite a bit of reading elsewhere and then found this site and feel like I've found the real, uunbiased information I had been looking for all along.
Here is a bit about the sleepers and some background:
Me: 5'11" 195lbs. 41 years old. 100% side sleeper. I've been waking up with soreness in my hips and I do have some lower back problems which essentially come down to arthritis (facet disease & degenerative disc disease). My wife likes to call me the "Prince and the Pea" because it has traditionally been difficult for me to find a quality, long-lasting mattress.
Wife: 5'6" 160lbs 40 years old. 80% side sleeper 20% back sleeper. No significant issues and much less fussy when it comes to mattress selection.
The best mattress I have had to date is a Dormeo 5500, which I purchased from Sleep Country about 6 years ago. When I first bought it I had never slept better in my life, but last year after we moved we decided to get a new mattress, and boy did we make a big mistake. We didn't want to get anything very expensive, so I bought a Sleep In Mattress "Bella" model, which was recommended to me at a local furniture store. It's a hybrid which they say is "foam encased with gel". Sufficed to say it's not meeting our needs after just over a year since we bought it, so now we are doing a lot more research and trying to find something that will satisfy those PPPs and be durable enough to last enough at least 5 years.

From all the research I've done so far, I have landed on latex, and from there have decided we are going to take a look at Dormio and Foamite since they are both relatively close to us and seem to be well reviewed on the site here. We went to Dormio in Mississauga today, and spoke with a friendly, patient, and well-versed salesperson named Lance. There was no pressure whatsoever, and he gladly answered any questions we had. After testing 6-8 different models we finally settled on 2 that we thought were contenders:

The Emerald ($3898): 6" firm - 3" soft - 2" LGU
Sunshine 11 ($3898): 3" firm - 3" firm - 3" medium - 2" soft

And then in terms of density, he gave me the following information:
Firm = 90 K/m3
Medium = 75 K/m3
Soft = 65 K/m3
LGU = 55 K/m3

It seems that Dormio has a sister brand called Sunshine Mattress Co. Not really sure of their actual affiliation, but they only have 2 models, which are an 8" and an 11" profile. We were able to try the "firm" and "medium" feel, but they only have the "soft" feel at their showroom on Dufferin in Toronto. We may book another appointment there in order to try all the versions.

We are planning to go to Foamite on Tuesday and see what they are offering. One thing I like about them is that they supply foam for many of the bigger and smaller mattress companies around, so I figure they should be absolute experts on the subject. I will post again after we have been there, and I'm not sure exactly what kind of guidance or recommendations one can make from the information I've provided, but any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much!
11 Apr 2021 12:18
  • Sensei
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Hey basement61,

Welcome to The Mattress Underground :) ! Thanks for your question.

I've spent ages searching this forum and have found it super helpful.... but too late. Now I'm hoping you might be able to advise as we're in a bit of a mattress situation. Note, all mattresses below are Queen-sized, and we are an average-sized couple, aged 39 and 40, with no special healthcare or sleep needs. Sometimes we sleep on our sides, sometimes on our backs, never on our fronts.


Thanks for your kind words on the site, basement :) ! Glad that you found us but sorry to hear that it was "too late" for your initial mattress purchase. Thanks too for sharing a bit of your personal stats and background. Perhaps we can offer some pointers and steer you to some of Phoenix's articles for a better direction in your mattress shopping journey….

10 years ago we bought a Simmons Beautyrest Elation (that was the name SleepCountry called it - it cost about $600), largely because it was designed so that if one partner moved/got up, the other partner didn't feel it so much. We set this up on a box spring. This worked, it was great, and we loved it. But in the last year, it started to sag and give us bad backs. So, we went to replace it.


Your Simmons Beautyrest Elation mattress is likely a combination of memory foam, known for its low motion transfer, and coil support core. As it is an older Simmons model, I couldn't verify its product specs online or on SleepCountry's site. That is great that you've both enjoyed it for the past 10 years and to your point, if sag is causing back discomfort, it is indeed time to move on to something new.

We went back to Sleep Country, because we didn't know any better, and we tried out a ton of different mattresses, happy to spend more money now we're earning more than 10 years ago, and wanting to invest in something that would be good. We ended up buying the Sealy Posturepedic Marvel, and in the meantime, also bought a high end wooden bed frame with slats from a separate local woodworking company. The slats are too far apart for the mattress warranty requirements however, and so we have put pegboard down under the mattress to support it as required.


There's no reason to not return to Sleep Country if you were happy with your previous experience. As long you feel that your needs are being addressed with sincere interest and knowledgeable guidance, as opposed to being pressured or "sold", you are on the right track. Good job on checking the warranty requirements regarding proper foundation use as incorrectly supported mattresses will degrade more quickly and will void a warranty.

But since we got the Sealy Posturepedic Marvel home two days ago, we've got problems.

- The mattress is getting really hot. Like, sweaty hot.
- I don't like the soft pilllowy feeling on top.
- When my partner moves, I move and wake up. We can't seem to find our own space on the mattress without disturbing each other.
- My upper back is feeling stiff when I wake up and for the rest of the morning.
- Yesterday morning, my partner's upper back started suddenly hurting.


I checked out your Sealy Posturepedic Marvel mattress on SleepCountry's site and while only the proprietary component names were featured, this 16" europillowtop seems a memory foam mattress. The "sweaty hot" feeling that you are experiencing is likely due to the new Marvel's all-memory foam construction which tends to sleep more warmly than your Beautyrest Elation. Given that you are only two days of sleeping on your new Sealy, you may find a bit of a "sleep adjustment" period is needed to give your body time to adapt to the comfort and support that a new mattress provides. Generally, manufacturers take this into consideration and require a minimum 30 day sleep trial period before allowing an exchange or return of a mattress.

In the store, the other mattress we were considering was the Dormeo Two. So we were thinking of just switching the Marvel for the Dormeo Two and hoping that works.


Again from SleepCountry's site, the listing of proprietary ingredients offer little details for understanding the materials' durability in a measurable way. Before making another purchase, you may consider asking for a copy of the mattress's specs to compare against recommended quality guidelines. You may find these links helpful for your research: "Five Steps to Your Perfect Mattress" offers an overview for preparing your research; "Determining Your Personal Statistics" discusses the role your individual preferences play in the mattress selection process; "Mattress Specifications You Need to Know" will help you with asking questions about the mattress components; and "Finding a Great Mattress Outlet" will help with creating a checklist of questions for review with your showroom team.

But now, I'm wondering if we've just gone too crazy with the expense and the foam, when all we really need is a simple pocket coil mattress like before. The Simmons Beautyrest Silver Emerald seems to be comparable to the old Elation that we bought 10 years ago - should we just aim for that one?


Without SleepCountry's disclosure of the Beautyrest Silver Emerald's components, there is no meaningful way to compare it with your beloved Beautyrest Elation. You probably have already asked them whether anyone there remembers that model's construction but if you haven't, that is a longshot but worth a try. It does feature a pocketed coil construction, but you need more details for understanding its comfort materials, layering construction, and component specs before purchase.

Or is our change in set up (old box spring -> wooden slats with pegboard ) causing these problems? All help gratefully accepted!


The best way to solve that riddle is to place the mattress directly on the floor and try sleeping on it that way for several days. Just curious: have you tried lying on the mattress in your side sleeping position and have your partner take a snap of your back for a spinal alignment assessment? If each of you took a pic of the other, you could then view how much "sink" your shoulders and hips are getting from the mattress. Ideally, with the correct pillow and proper support, you be able to draw a straight line from the top of your shoulders to the small of your back, you can read more on testing correct spinal alignment here .

Whatever we do, we have to get it from Sleep Country sadly....


Why do you say "sadly"? Just take your time, basement61 and continue with asking questions, doing comparison research, and asking more questions until you are comfortable with your choice. As long as SleepCountry acts in a transparent manner, listens and responds thoughtfully, provides an agreeable post-sale support, and doesn't pressure you, you should be good to go. Do you have any updates since your post?

Thanks,
08 Apr 2021 09:17
  • basement61
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Hi there,

I've spent ages searching this forum and have found it super helpful.... but too late. Now I'm hoping you might be able to advise as we're in a bit of a mattress situation. Note, all mattresses below are Queen-sized, and we are an average-sized couple, aged 39 and 40, with no special healthcare or sleep needs. Sometimes we sleep on our sides, sometimes on our backs, never on our fronts.

10 years ago we bought a Simmons Beautyrest Elation (that was the name SleepCountry called it - it cost about $600), largely because it was designed so that if one partner moved/got up, the other partner didn't feel it so much. We set this up on a box spring. This worked, it was great, and we loved it. But in the last year, it started to sag and give us bad backs. So, we went to replace it.

We went back to Sleep Country, because we didn't know any better, and we tried out a ton of different mattresses, happy to spend more money now we're earning more than 10 years ago, and wanting to invest in something that would be good. We ended up buying the Sealy Posturepedic Marvel, and in the meantime, also bought a high end wooden bed frame with slats from a separate local woodworking company. The slats are too far apart for the mattress warranty requirements however, and so we have put pegboard down under the mattress to support it as required.

But since we got the Sealy Posturepedic Marvel home two days ago, we've got problems.

- The mattress is getting really hot. Like, sweaty hot.
- I don't like the soft pilllowy feeling on top.
- When my partner moves, I move and wake up. We can't seem to find our own space on the mattress without disturbing each other.
- My upper back is feeling stiff when I wake up and for the rest of the morning.
- Yesterday morning, my partner's upper back started suddenly hurting.

In the store, the other mattress we were considering was the Dormeo Two. So we were thinking of just switching the Marvel for the Dormeo Two and hoping that works.

But now, I'm wondering if we've just gone too crazy with the expense and the foam, when all we really need is a simple pocket coil mattress like before. The Simmons Beautyrest Silver Emerald seems to be comparable to the old Elation that we bought 10 years ago - should we just aim for that one? Or is our change in set up (old box spring -> wooden slats with pegboard ) causing these problems? All help gratefully accepted!

Whatever we do, we have to get it from Sleep Country sadly....
17 Sep 2019 16:49
  • Sweet Dreams
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I'd honestly suggest trying some of the Canadian based members of this forum which you can see listed here . That would include CBH Wood Furniture, Dormeo Organic Beds, MFC, Restmore Bedding, and SnugSleep. Many of the US based members do ship into Canada but as previously mentioned issues and additional costs with border crossing and possible returns may make them less attractive propositions. Sounds like you've already considered most of the other Canadian based brands which I was familiar with.
05 Mar 2019 09:47
  • Dbaron
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Hi
We just purchased two Dormeo 6800 twin XL beds with Reverie adjustable vases from Sleep Country. We are finding the beds too firm (we thought we asked for medium not firm support). We would like to exchange them but wanted to know what brands at Sleep Country you would recommend. We had a Sterns and Foster bed for 13 years. We would like a memory foam type of bed but find the Tempur Leduc type too hot.
Any recommendations?

Thanks!
08 Dec 2018 17:08
  • Parklane
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Hello SOREHIPS341,

I am so sorry I confused those two companies. However, now it makes sense why the Mattress Underground posts did not embrace the quality, and yet added them as a Trusted Partner. Phoenix is extremely careful of who is invited to join this team. I felt perhaps they had increased their quality dramatically. Mattress Underground did not add Dormeo as the partner, they added Dormio Organic Beds. Dormio has a wonderful reputation as a company that makes high quality products.

On the positive side Costco takes the mattress back if you don't like it.


We always stress to check out the return policy for any bed you buy online, and Costco does have a good policy. As long as you have a Costco close by you should feel confident you have the ability to return the mattress if you don't like it after a 90 day break in period.
I will stick with my original suggestion of calling NSC Medical Customer Service and asking about the component specifications. That is your best bet for determining if your bed will hold up and last as long as you expect.
I hope you looked at the post on Mattress Durability I suggested in the last post. This is a good way to understand what you are getting in the mattress.

I have to say that mattress shopping is exhausting and who do you believe because a number of retailers want to just make a sale.


I understand what you are saying, and hope that by doing research on The Mattress Underground, we have helped make the process a little easier.

I wish you success in finding a mattress that gives you many years of healthy sleep.

Sincerely,
Debbie Lewis
08 Dec 2018 16:36
  • SOREHIPS341
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Thanks for the info Debbie,

Just one thing I'd like to point out the Dormeo is not a trusted member, it is Dormio….close in spelling for sure.

We actually tested some Berkeley Ergo mattresses at the Mattress and Sleep Company in Calgary which we felt were a good choice. There was a zoned 10" Talalay Latex mattress that checked all the boxes but was quite expensive at $5800.

I have to say that mattress shopping is exhausting and who do you believe because a number of retailers want to just make a sale. We have decided against the Dormeo bad as there doesn't seem to be any positive, or at least many positive reviews. I did find some reviews on the bed in Europe and the customer service rating on nearly every one was 1 out of 5 so not worth the expense of the bed.

I'm also still considering the 2 NSC Costco beds but again it is very hard to find any reviews. The big issue is how do they fell when you lie on them and buying online represents a hit and miss opportunity because firmness and feel is subjective. On the positive side Costco takes the mattress back if you don't like it.

Thanks for taking the time to share your wisdom.
07 Dec 2018 10:39
  • Parklane
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Hello SOREHIPS341,

Thank you for posting on The Mattress Underground. I will do my best to guide you in your research.

You can see there have been Mattress Underground conversations about Dormeo mattresses that you can find here.
Let me add that they are now one of our Trusted Members so you can ask a question in their forum and get all of the information you need on the current mattress line-up they offer. Just follow this Link and click on the green box that says New Topic.

I have also been looking at beds on Costco.ca and there are 2 beds that are offered by NSC Medical, the Pressure Balance Latex System and the Rejuvenate.


I looked at the information provided by NSC Medical, and what is lacking is the quality specifications on the components they use.
Step 3 of the Mattress Durability Guideline can help you understand what to look for. Then you will need to contact Customer Service at NSC Medical and find out what ILD they use in their foam.

Latex is temperature neutral when it comes to sleeping, and good quality Latex can provide excellent support for many years. You may consider reaching out to some of our Trusted Members who focus on Latex for additional information.

I hope the information I have provided helps you get additional spec's on the mattresses you are looking at.

Sincerely,
Debbie Lewis
06 Dec 2018 21:10
  • SOREHIPS341
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Hi,
I’m looking for some help in choosing a new bed.
I just looked at the Dormeo 6800 at Sleep Country and felt that it was just what we were looking for as far as softness in a Mattress. You don’t have that sunken feeling and it is more of a floating sensation because it is easy to change positions. After looking at reviews I would say that I have a substantial concern over the quality and longevity of the mattress. Most of the reviews (which were hard to find) all seem to be negative. Presently I have a deposit on it which is fully refundable.
I have also been looking at beds on Costco.ca and there are 2 beds that are offered by NSC Medical, the Pressure Balance Latex System and the Rejuvenate.
The reviews on Costco are all positive but I’m wondering if anyone else has any thoughts. I am a side sleeper and use a CPAP so when I sleep I don’t move until I wake up with a very sore hip. My wife complains also of a sore shoulder again due to the firmness of the mattress. We have a Serta IComfort Savant which to the best of my knowledge is a firm mattress. It was purchased 6 years ago and is still comfortable for short periods of time but offers little pressure point relief.
I would appreciate any feedback or suggestions anyone has. I would like to stay below $2000

Thanks so much in advance for any help.
11 Jun 2018 20:42
  • Luma Sleep
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If you search Dormeo on TMU's search box on the top right section of any page, you will find that there has been much written about Dormeo in TMU and that there are previous posts that may make sense for your to post into (as your interest in Dormeo may related) This will "activate" an existing post thread history vs. creating a new topic, and it will help future visitors who come to TMU.

Just an idea to possibly help you and help Phoenix with topic organization!

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