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28 Sep 2022 10:01
  • steelwindmachine
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hello, am following up on this issue since there was never a post regarding whether or not this was resolved.

Any luck?

I have a SleepEZ talalay king topper with a seam too and it is also a bit disruptive. The topper is ~5 years old now and definitely bowed, so I'm looking for a replacement without a seam. So far only Saatva has confirmed their latex topper doesn't have a seam.
05 Sep 2022 22:35
  • Richz
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There are many factors that will influence what mattress you should buy. (Do you prefer a softer mattress or a firmer one?) And of course, budget is always a factor to consider.
Once you have a good idea of what you want, you can start to narrow down your choices and make a decision.
Plus! the best way to figure out which mattress is right for you is to research the different types of mattresses and read reviews from people who have purchased them. One easy way to get this done is to look up Amazon website review section for each chosen mattresses.
In my opinion, these are the top mattress brands you can look out for.
1). Casper
2). Best Price Mattress
3). Saatva
4). Helix
Good luck!
04 Sep 2022 14:20
  • jet757f
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So it has been around 10 yrs since I bought my last mattress Cool Lux from Brooklyn Bedding. It is all foam. So now it feels like it needs to be replaced. I'm a side sleeper and wake up numerous times throughout the night with pain numbness on my hip lower back area. Now there are so many mattress companies it is overwhelming.

Finding the right mattress is a nightmare especially now since there are so many mattress companies now with so many configurations online. Also I cannot tell which review websites a non biased and which ones are just getting kickbacks from the mattress companies. Anyone know which ones are legit. As an example is Naplab unbiased? Also the Sleep Like the Dead reviews?

when I bought my last mattress everything seemed to be about foam. Now I am seeing a lot of the coil systems again. Is everyone going to the coil foam hybrids? When they get old do you start feeling the coils? Anyone here liking the coil better than the foam?

So mattress recommendations would really help from people who have used specific mattresses.
I'm 6ft 240lbs 67yrs
Side sleeper
I have hip lower back pain while sleeping so have to turn often during the night.

Every time I go on a review site and put in my information for side sleeper they all recommend different mattresses.
I am interested in Saatva/Loom & Leaf/Zenhaven all the same company. They seem to have good reviews and very good return policy. I figure if you can do returns you will
eventually find the right mattress. Anyone have any experience with them?

I plan on buying online. I have learned that going to bed stores doesn't work. They may feel comfortable on the showroom floor but all that changes after you get them home
and sleep on them for awhile. From past experience I have found that these bed stores take returns but they make it very difficult.

Any help recommendations would be appreciated.
24 Aug 2022 21:53
  • buttercupbetty
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I am not sure which model is luxury firm....We have a Saatva Zenhaven in our guest room. It doesn't seem to sleep warmer than other latex mattresses to me. I tend to sleep hot and like a wool mattress protector.
24 Aug 2022 12:36
  • AConnell
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I'm in a very similar position.(I outweigh you by 6 lbs.) Some of the "best" beds recommended for side sleepers and pressure point relief are also like bricks to me. I bought the Nolah Evolution 15, but it's a no-go for me. I'm looking at Helix Sunset or Moonlight or a Nest Sparrow. Saatva is a no-go for me as paying $99 to return on top of the $99 to return the Nolah is adding up quickly. Please do let me know if you find anything!
24 Aug 2022 10:24
  • AConnell
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I am 5'4", 117 lbs, so very similar to you. I bought the Nolah Evolution 15 Plush. It feels like granite. I would avoid. I'm looking at the Nest Sparrow, or the Helix Moonlight or Sunset. I did get a personal recommendation from an independent mattress expert that said the Sparrow should be a good fit. Saatva Classic Soft also, but I don't like their trial or warranty terms.
24 Aug 2022 08:18
  • fpjr5279
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TEMPUR-Pedic, Sealy, and Saatva are the best mattress brands for back discomfort. This is why:
TEMPUR-Pedic manufactures the world's greatest memory foam mattresses. In fact, several other high-profile brands get their memory foam from TEMPUR-Pedic. They've always been on the cutting edge of having the greatest materials.
Sealy is one of the world's largest mattress manufacturers. They do, in fact, own TEMPUR-Pedic.
When it comes to back pain mattresses, Saatva provides the most options. They offer a large selection to pick from, and they all address various difficulties.
All of these businesses produce a medium-firm hybrid memory foam mattress, which I suggest to my patients.
Check out an article I created for my patients to learn which exact mattresses I suggest from these firms. Hopefully, this page has provided you with further information and some useful recommendations: [url=TEMPUR-Pedic, Sealy, and Saatva are the best mattress brands for back discomfort. This is why: TEMPUR-Pedic manufactures the world's greatest memory foam mattresses. In fact, several other high-profile brands get their memory foam from TEMPUR-Pedic. They've always been on the cutting edge of having the greatest materials. Sealy is one of the world's largest mattress manufacturers. They do, in fact, own TEMPUR-Pedic. When it comes to back pain mattresses, Saatva provides the most options. They offer a large selection to pick from, and they all address various difficulties. All of these businesses produce a medium-firm hybrid memory foam mattress, which I suggest to my patients. Check out an article I created for my patients to learn which exact mattresses I suggest from these firms. Hopefully, this page has provided you with further information and some useful recommendations: [url=TEMPUR-Pedic, Sealy, and Saatva are the best mattress brands for back discomfort. This is why: TEMPUR-Pedic manufactures the world's greatest memory foam mattresses. In fact, several other high-profile brands get their memory foam from TEMPUR-Pedic. They've always been on the cutting edge of having the greatest materials. Sealy is one of the world's largest mattress manufacturers. They do, in fact, own TEMPUR-Pedic. When it comes to back pain mattresses, Saatva provides the most options. They offer a large selection to pick from, and they all address various difficulties. All of these businesses produce a medium-firm hybrid memory foam mattress, which I suggest to my patients. Check out an article I created for my patients to learn which exact mattresses I suggest from these firms. Hopefully, this page has provided you with further information and some useful recommendations: https://siragusochiropractic.net/5-best-mattresses-recommended-by-chiropractors/]Click here[/url]
21 Aug 2022 04:10
  • Sweet Dreams
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Temperature sensitivity when sleeping can vary widely between individuals, but I have read numerous complaints about the Saatva mattresses sleeping hot. It will likely be related to how deeply you sink into a given mattress since the more your body is surrounded by materials with limited air flow the heat from your body builds up over time and gets reflected back at you. So a heavier sleeper who would sink more deeply is likely to sleep hotter than a lighter person.

- Bill
20 Aug 2022 22:09
  • JBR2022
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Has anyone here slept on a Saatva luxury firm mattress? Does it give off any heat?
30 Jul 2022 13:19
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi Paloalto5.

I’ve tried each one and love each one.


This is great. Since feel is very much subjective, I wouldn't be able to tell you which is the best in terms of luxury.

In terms of quality, I'd probably rank them as

Diana Natural Latex (discloses all layers)
Ethos Natural (discloses all but one layer)
Saatva Memory Foam (discloses all but two layers)

But my guess is you're going to get a durable life out of all of them. With these better quality mattresses, it makes very little sense for them to put a crummy cheap material atop a durable, expensive material.

NikkiTMU
26 Jul 2022 16:39
  • Paloalto5
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Thanks for the response, I appreciate the feedback. Now comparing these two mattress which one is better or a higher quality. One is a regular and one is a hybrid. I attached the links below. Thanks again for the help. Curious how a hybrid is viewed (ethos) and a regular (generation) and a memory foam (saatva). As I said before price is not an issue so please imagine they are all the same price, which is the best for quality and luxury. I’ve tried each one and love each one.

www.diamondmattress.com/products/ethos-natural-hybrid-mattress

mattressstoreslosangeles.com/products/diana-natural-latex-luxury-medium-euro-top-by-diamond-mattress

www.saatva.com/mattresses/loom-and-leaf
26 Jul 2022 12:51
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi Paloalto5.

Wow, you found two really well made mattresses here. I will say, Saatva doesn't disclose the density of every foam layer so it's possible there are weak links in the 2" gel memory foam layer just above the 5 lb density memory foam. I wasn't able to identify a weak link on the Diamond Mattress, so I'd give that one the slight edge.

NikkiTMU
23 Jul 2022 16:44
  • Paloalto5
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I am currently looking at the Saatva Loom and Leaf relaxed firm Mattress and the Diamond Mattress Generations Tradition medium. I have linked the mattresses below and are deciding between the two. The cost is not an issue but only considering these two. Which one do you believe will be better? Thanks. Hoping to have assist with reliability of materials and which is a better overall mattress. It will only be one person using it, 6’0 180.

www.diamondmattress.com/products/tradition

www.saatva.com/mattresses/loom-and-leaf
11 Jul 2022 10:17
  • BurnedButOptimistic
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Hey Pheonix (and LMF),

Over the last few months I developed some pretty irritating back pain when I woke up that continued on to back spasms requiring to get up and stretch in the middle of the night >50% of the time. When it started, I was sleeping on a Beauty Rest BR800 Medium that was right around 2 years old. The mattress had already developed a "divot" where I usually slept, to which I attributed my problems. Fool that I was, I figured a mattress topper would fill in the deadspace, and bought a Saatva 3" graphite-infused-memory-foam mattress topper, which predictably did very little for me (if not made things worse). At the time, I was very uneducated in the world of mattresses.

Then, realizing I needed more research, I took to the internet and after wading through marketing scheme after marketing scheme, came to a few reddit posts that pointed me in the direction of this website. Being impatient and desperate, I found a redditor who said (more or less) "yeah yeah yeah... but here are a couple brands you can trust", leading me to purchase a Bear Hybrid mattress a couple weeks ago. Since getting the new mattress, the pain has NOT improved, and has likely gotten worse. I still have my old Beauty Rest mattress and Bear has been very kind and is likely to allow an early return given that the mattress is too soft. Post hoc pictures confirm that my hips sink in too deep relative to my shoulders both on my side and on my back (also true to a lesser extent of my Beauty Rest)

Now I hope I've learned my lesson. I've done hours and hours of research on this website and in some mattress stores. I've come to the conclusion that latex is probably going to be the way to go and I'm on the hunt for a mattress that will let me actually sleep through the night.

More about me:
Sex: Male
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 240# (Athletic build)
Age: Upper 20s
Back sleeper with maybe 10-20% on my side
Preferences: Honestly none

I recently went to one of the only stores that has all latex mattresses in my area and bounced around for a little while and found a build that seemed to meet the 3 P's for me (I also tried Medium-firm-firm, which was a little too firm for me, and my shoulders did not sink in as much as my hips):
1" unknown quilting/batting layer, from their advertising, looks like wool/cotton
3" Soft Dunlop (ILD:20-22, couldn't find the density)
3" Medium Dunlop (ILD: 32-35, couldn't find density)
3" Firm Dunlop (ILD 38-42, couldn't find density)

Unfortunately, I don't love Savvy Rest's price point, nor their return/layering policy, but through the recommended providers found what I think is a great match in Spindle w/ 1 inch wool batting, and 3 customizable 3" layers.
Soft Dunlop: ILD 20-23, Density: 65 (kg/m^3)
Medium Dunlop: 26-29, Density: 75
Firm Dunlop: 34-37, Density: 85

I have a few questions for all those that are so much less foolish than me:
1) Part of my problem is that VIRTUALLY ALL mattress feel great to me and have good pressure relief, while I also don't having a whole lot in the way of personal preference. The only "P" that I struggle with is posture, which I usually only find out about until 6 hours into the night when I wake up with back pain. I had my girlfriend take pictures of me and eyeball how much I'm staying aligned, but I just feel like it's an endeavor doomed to fail with each mattress I get now. Is there something I'm missing? I feel like being easy to please in the pressure and preference categories should make shopping easier, but I feel like it's hurting (figuratively and physically).
2) The ILD of the two companies' latex mattresses has some consequential discrepancies in the medium and firm range. If S-M-F worked for me for Savvy rest, should I try S-M-F with Spindle? Or S-F-F? M-M-F? Thankfully, they have a pretty good policy regarding switching out layers to find the right fit, but I just don't want to royally screw things up again.
3) Is there something else I'm missing here? I'm a little at wit's end and don't want to make yet another foolish purchase out of my desperation.
02 Jul 2022 08:48
  • BillyIdol
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Hey TMU,

Im a guy, 5ft 11in, 225 pounds, 90% back sleeper, 10% side sleeper. Looking to buy Cal King size. I have a 18 year old Tempurpedic Deluxe from a long time ago. I do love Tempurpedic mattresses and I felt that the Luxe Adapt Firm is amazing.

I basically have this down to Tempurpedic Luxe Adapt Firm (Usually $4800, but can buy from a friend for $2000) vs Aireloom M1 Luxetop Luxury Firm.. I tried Aireloom M1 Luxetop Luxury Firm. This mattress felt really amazing. The “pillowtop” seems quite luxurious, and the springs seem quite supportive. It seems like it supports the lower back quite nicely. The M1 Luxetop Luxury Firm is a good bit firmer than M1 Luxetop Plush.

My question is how durable is the tufted “pillow top? My BMI is 31.8. My butt did not sink too far down into the mattress. I know it has a layer of latex in it and microcoils in there and a bit of polyfoam. I can get a deal on it $4800 (normally $7200). I dont know the ILD of the latex. I do know that the mattress does feel amazing and feels supportive.

Im also wonder if that “tufted pillowtop” will start to show body impressions. Im wondering if it will shift.

How durable are micro coils? Are microcoils a legit support material?

Is there another cheaper mattress that feels a lot like Aireloom? Saatva Classic Luxury Firm.

Thank you!
John

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