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07 Sep 2021 11:27
  • phoenix
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Hi Gizmo1955.

Glad to have you on our Mattress Forum! Welcome! :)

Do know if the Organic Mattress sleeps any different than the Natural?


Organic certifications have almost nothing to do with the quality or performance of a product It's virtually identical to the same material that doesn't have an organic certification, even though the organic certification adds to the cost of a product. It also doesn't test the final product for harmful substances or VOC's (although of course an organic product would generally be considered as safe ... there is nothing to "prove" it) so it would require a second certification such as Eco-Institut to confirm that there are no harmful substances or VOC's in the final product. Generally, are plenty of people in the industry that question the "value" of an organic certification vs the same material that doesn't have an organic certification. Many consumers are rather concerned with the "safety" of a mattress than whether it has an organic certification. While organic certifications do matter for those whom this is an important criterion, in IMO the “organic” marketing talk is rather blown out of proportions and praying on people that that started to equate organic with safety. Ther are perfectly safe and performant materials that do not have an organic certification.

I’d also point out that in today's market, "natural" can mean almost anything to the point whereby itself it has little meaning at all. Pure Latex Bliss for example uses the description "natural Talalay" to mean a blend of natural and synthetic rubber that is 30% natural and 70% synthetic. They call their 100% natural Talalay "all-natural" to differentiate them (which is misleading). Some manufacturers use it to indicate "mostly" natural rubber (say 85% natural rubber) and some use it to indicate 100% natural rubber. many stores confuse the two and don't know which material they are selling.
Without knowing the specifics ... natural is just one of those words that have little meaning by itself and I would want to know both the type of latex they are using and the specific blend percentage of NR (natural rubber) and SBR (synthetic rubber) in the latex.

You can read a little more about the different types of latex in this article and in post #6 here .

I am also curious about the hybrid mattress at SleepEZ and wonder if it is appropriate for someone like myself or if an all latex is a better choice.


Both innersprings and a firmer latex core can be used as a support layer and each has very "different" characteristics but the most important differences are the ones you can feel and that you personally prefer. Both can be softer or firmer depending on design so a pocket coil could be firmer than a latex core or the other way around they could be zoned or not all depending on the specifics of the components you are comparing. I would definitely consult SleepEZ about which of these would be better for a plus-size sleeper. There is more about this in post #10 here and more detailed information about innersprings vs latex support cores in post #2 here and more about the different types and blends of latex in this article and in post #6 here or post #29 here

I also question if the recommendations for the support layer maybe a bit to firm. I recently had a Tuft and Needle mattress for about 5 years till it broke down and had little edge support. I recently purchased a Purple Mattress looking for the additional cooling they claim to have. It ended up being better than the T&N but not good enough.


A high BMI presents special challenges and generally requires firmer materials (in the support layers especially). There are also a number of forum posts and threads about mattresses and higher weights and a forum title search on heavy Some examples include: The "weakest link" in a mattress in terms of durability is normally in the upper layers (the top 3" - 6" of the mattress) that are compressed more deeply when under the weight of the sleeper and not generally in the deeper support layers so the firmer bottom layers of a mattress will have more effect on feel and performance than they will on durability for most people.
Higher BMI will wear out faster the latex in lower ILD because there I linear dependency between the two with latex (which is not the case with MF or Poly) I don’t think you have to go into much detail but for example, a 100% NR from Talalay Global has "14 ILD ~ 2.5 lbs/ft3…xsoft 19 ILD ... 3.0 lbs/ft3…xsoft" which being in such a low density will wear out a little faster for higher weight ranges. That is why a component-style system would be good for them as they can change the top layer when it starts to break down.

. I assume that SleepEZ can supply a mattress that is very close to the Pure Talalay Bliss.


As you probably know by reading our forum the differences you’d perceive are solely based on your personal specs, individual needs and preferences in terms of PPP (Posture and alignment, Pressure relief, and Personal preferences) but SleepEZ are familiar with PTB and are very skilled at assessing any differences between the two mattresses based on averages of customers that have a similar sleeping profile and personal specs.

. I have to agree with many prior posters, that a great deal of manhours must have been expended to provide such a vast amount of research and information. I, like others have noted, have spent many hours pouring over details and specifications of many mattresses that could only be found here.


Thank you for your kind words and recognition of the time of effort that goes into maintaining our site. Much appreciated!

Lastly, I have found SleepEZ's discount code on your site but was left with the impression that the MUG5 code could be used, but also other codes could be added as well. I know when testing the code on SleepEz's site, it appears that the checkout process only allows one code to be entered. Additionally, as I was doing further research on your site I found a prior reference to SleepEZ having a 10% code. Can you verify if that still exists?


The newest SleepEZ discount code is 5% off Mattresses (Code: MUG5) which is on top of any discount codes offered by Sleep EZ with their regular promotions. Discount codes change from time to time so the 10% discount offered a while back was stand-alone and could not be stacked on top of any current site sales.

All in all, it looks like you are on the right track and also in the very good hands of “SleepEZ” who is one of the Trusted members of our site and also a TMU mattress expert with their own dedicated forum

Phoenix
03 Sep 2021 14:02
  • Gizmo1955
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Hi, I've been lurking for many months and I signed up today to ask a few questions.

I am a 66 year old male, 5' 11", 285 lbs. I consider myself a hybrid sleeper, meaning that I use a small rectangular pillow against my lower back while I'm laying on my side then roll slightly towards my back. So, I guess I'm not really a side sleeper nor a back sleeper. Whatever mattress I end up purchasing will be a twin xl as my wife and I have a adjustable bed with two twin xl's side by side.

Recently I had a chat with Jeremy @ SleepEZ and he recommended a medium Talalay over Firm Dunlop over Extra Firm Dunlop. Because of the price point I was looking at their 10" Natural Latex Mattress. Do know if the Organic Mattress sleeps any different than the Natural?

I am also curious about the hybrid mattress at SleepEZ and wonder if it is appropriate for someone like myself or if an all latex is a better choice. I also question if the recommendations for the support layer maybe a bit to firm. I recently had a Tuft and Needle mattress for about 5 years till it broke down and had little edge support. I recently purchased a Purple Mattress looking for the additional cooling they claim to have. It ended up being better than the T&N but not good enough.

Another issue that I have been struggling with is that we are living 200 miles from any company that has latex mattresses. I was able to visit one on a recent trip, it was a Pure Talalay Bliss Pamper mattress. It was one of several at their site, and of all of them there, it seemed to be the best suited for my needs. I assume that SleepEZ can supply a mattress that is very close to the Pure Talalay Bliss.

Any advice that you could pass on would be greatly appreciated. I have to agree with many prior posters, that a great deal of manhours must have been expended to provide such a vast amount of research and information. I, like others have noted, have spent many hours pouring over details and specifications of many mattresses that could only be found here.

Lastly, I have found SleepEZ's discount code on your site but was left with the impression that the MUG5 code could be used, but also other codes could be added as well. I know when testing the code on SleepEz's site, it appears that the checkout process only allows one code to be entered. Additionally, as I was doing further research on your site I found a prior reference to SleepEZ having a 10% code. Can you verify if that still exists?

Thanks for any information you can provide.
30 Aug 2021 16:26
  • Josephine
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Thanks for responding to my request.

What size mattress will you be constructing and what is your budget?

I'm constructing a queen size mattress but haven't set a budget since I'm reacting to the breathing difficulties.

I am sorry to learn that your BIAB polyfoam mattress still has some off-gassing issues. What mattress is it and how old is it now? How was it protected while in storage, besides with the replacement cover you describe above? Have you discussed your breathing reactions with your physician?

It's one of the original Tuft and Needle mattresses. I had also replaced the cover it came with. In storage, it also had a moving mattress cover on it.

I have seen a doctor and she has scheduled an asthma test.

You may considering checking out one of these TMU's trusted members offering DIY components, there is a listing of them here for your review.

I've ordered two layers from SleepEZ so it will look like:

3" Talalay med
3" Dunlop firm
3" Dunlop xtra firm

Jeremy from Sleep EZ really recommended I get dunlop firm and soft but based on past back pain I went with the xtra firm. If it doesn't work I can exchange one of the. layers and/or get an extra one. It arrived quickly and I'm looking for someone to help haul it upstairs and set it up as I'm on foot rest right now. Sleep EZ has a sale going on now plus the MU discount made it a great deal. I also emailed back and forth with Daliya Robson with nontoxic.com and she said it should be fine but with some slight rubber smell. She was really helpful.

I have the cover/encasement that I originally replaced but may get a new one if anyone recommends one.

Will report back after I set it up and sleep on it a while.
24 Aug 2021 18:38
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi eckswire.

Welcome to our Mattress Forum. :)

I'm sorry to hear of the pain you're currently experiencing on your Tuft & Needle. I'm not sure how far you are in your research as you embark on this new mattress search, but based on your description, I'd suggest reading our article about the different sleeping positions and this forum topic that touches on the different causes of back pain on a mattress .

However, I've heard people say that latex is very firm and I don't know if that would be good for my current back/ribs problems given sometimes I sleep on my side.


Without knowing your height and weight, it's hard for me to offer much more meaningful commentary. You can evaluate the specifications of the mattresses you are considering with our Mattress Durability Guidelines here . I will also say, you can definitely find plush latex and it has comparable pressure relieving qualities to memory foam as well due to its ability to form itself to the exact shape of your body profile while you are sleeping, and to do this instantly as you change positions. Latex and memory foam share this ability to form a pressure relieving cradle more than other more commonly used materials.

Because even in the softer versions it has a higher resilience and is more "supportive" than other foams, it will also help support the more recessed areas of your body, such as the lumbar, that need "filling in" and are not in close contact with the firmer support layers underneath and because of its resilience it less motion restricting than memory foam and changing positions and other movement on the mattress easier.

I hope this helps you get started.

NikkiTMU
23 Aug 2021 15:19
  • eckswire
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Hi there,

I'm looking for a new mattress to get. I am currently sleeping on a Tuft and Needle original, but I'm having absolutely terrible backpain, usually in between my shoulders (if I sleep on my back) or on my ribs (if i sleep on my side). Generally, I switch sleeping positions pretty frequently, but none are remotely comfortable for me.

I've been looking into buying a new mattress. I really like the idea of buying from Sleep On Latex - they're close to me, local, seem well respected and are a very reasonable price (1000).

However, I've heard people say that latex is very firm and I don't know if that would be good for my current back/ribs problems given sometimes I sleep on my side. To that end, I'm also considering some hybrids like the Saatva classic, Ghostbed, and Winkbed.

Any bit of help or direction from you guys would be super super appreciated. Thank you!
22 Jul 2021 05:59
  • Mr yabo
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Magniflex I believe uses oeko-tex certified memory, not sure if they have a topper. The tuft & needle one is PU foam not memory foam.
22 Jul 2021 05:56
  • Mr yabo
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Brentwood home also makes greenguard gold polyfoam/ memory foam toppers. Tuft & needle also makes a greenguard gold memory foam topper.
17 Jul 2021 08:50
  • Alonso Quijada
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This is a review of a Queen Gardner Mattress that we have had for exactly 6 months.

We purchased the ORGANIC ERGO mattress but were debating, at the time, between it and a Kingsdown mattress (A Chardonnay Select, I think). In general, I always convince myself that I love plush soft mattresses but my body and my back suffers quite a bit after getting up after a night of sleep... so we were ready for a firm mattress.

After doing some research on this site and others, we decided that there was a good chance that the Kingsdown would, in time, have its materials deteriorate and wear out. In the showroom it was a nice combination of supportive and plush, but I did not feel that it was likely to be a sustainable mattress in the long run. There was also something about the substantial price reductions that the salesman was happy to offer that was a little suspect. :)

At Gardner Mattress, in Woburn, we found that the Organic Ergo mattress offered a very different combination of 'firmness' and. 'softness' -- I felt as though it was relying on great construction and craftsmanship more than layers and layers of foams and materials. It was incredibly supportive and resilient, with a great give to the body. It uses simple, natural materials. We opted for the version with a higher percentage of wool in the top layer, I believe. It is a hand-tufted, pocketed coil spring mattress.
We also decided to get the flex box spring (more on this later) instead of the standard box spring. In the showroom, it felt as though it allowed for a bit more give for the body.

When the mattress arrived, delivery was great. The mattress, the first few nights, felt very, very compact and hard... but I would wake up with the body feeling good. We eventually tried to add a layer or two under the sheet--simple cotton mattress pads, etc.--but there was a sense that the mattress might have been far more firm than we were comfortable with -- that it was not comfortable enough, but was really having a great positive effect on my body and back.

Then, two things happened:
1. I understood something about the boxspring. 2. The mattress truly began to open up and become more comfortable.
First, the boxspring. I discovered that -- on our bedframe at least, which is a four poster with three lateral metal support stands, the boxspring (which, in the 'flex' version, has coils) was flexing unevenly. Essentially, it was being very well-supported on the outer perimeter of the frame but, near the center of the bed, was flexing more. This seemed to create a subtle dip in the middle of the box spring that affected the mattress above -- I believe that it actually made the mattress a little harder, simply because it created a concave shape that made the coils on the mattress above work in a way that was not purely vertical. Gardner was happy to replace the boxspring for us for free with a standard one and, for me, it made a big difference. The mattress felt livelier, even softer, with consistent, even support at its base. I think that since the mattress in our case is for two people, having a very solid support at the middle of the bed is especially important. Perhaps if your ped frame is different, these observations may not apply.
Second, the mattress. It truly, truly became wonderfully comfortable. I strongly recommend being aware that it might feel a bit too hard in the first week or so. However, if you do use a light cotton topper like we did, make sure to take it off (!) after a few weeks-- the actual mattress top layers are far more soft and well-made than anything you will buy. And definitely do not bother with any foam toppers. We are turning / flipping the mattress every 3 months.

This mattress is, truly, an amazing thing. Beautifully comfortable, resilient, supportive, with no 'dip' in the middle for two people, it has really been a help for our bodies and our quality of sleep. Every time we travel we are so grateful to come back to our bed.
I would recommend the non-flex boxspring, personally. In the showroom, the flex boxspring is displayed in a 'half-size' (with the regular one making up the other half) -- the idea is that on the same mattress you can compare the difference on the left and right sides. However, these are both on a solid surface (not a bedframe, I believe) and since the flex boxspring is smaller in width there (taking up half the mattress) there is less of a chance of feeling a more 'give' in the middle.
I would strongly, strongly recommend the Organic Ergo mattress.
My sense is that some people might be turned off by the word 'organic', thinking that it means 'needlessly expensive'... but here I really believe it is just a question of using natural, traditional mattress materials instead of synthetic foams that do not do well with temperature (in either summer or winter) + fall apart and deteriorate over time. High quality wool and cotton are a good choice in New England and probably everywhere else as well.

Happy to take any questions if anyone has one! Do note that Gardner is one of the shops that as a 'trusted member' accept a 10% discount if you mention the Mattress Underground website.
16 Jul 2021 19:53
  • soaplady99
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I'm looking for a fiberglass and silica free queen mattress also. I've looked at everything Amerisleep, Idle Sleep, Tuft & Needle, Sweetnight, Casper, Wayfair so many others I won't mention them all. I actually ordered an Idle Sleep Gel Foam but then saw they have an "F" rating at the BBB. So many of these mattress companies have terrible BBB reviews. Tuft & Needle has a good rating and their T&N original is free from fiberglass but it's only 10". I need 12". This is for my husband who is 6'3" and weights around 230. Some of those mentioned are fiberglass and silica free but I can't spent $1000+. Are there any GOOD memory foam mattresses that are clean and won't cost my firstborn child??
29 Jun 2021 19:12
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi cgibsong002.

I hope the heat in Portland isn't affecting you and your wife too badly!

Thanks for sharing your mattress history and general history of injuries and pains. It is unfortunate to hear you've had a streak of bad luck with sagging mattresses. Because you did mention experiencing back pain, this thread talks about some of the most common causes behind back pain post #2 here that may be helpful.

You mentioned that you'd like to keep with memory foam, despite your bad luck. My guess, without knowing your height/weight, is that it's likely the memory foam used in these models hasn't had an adequate density for durability based on your body mass and sleeping positions. For someone within a BMI range of 20 - 30, the recommendation we offer is that If your mattress is one-sided then to make sure that any memory foam is at least 4 lb per cubic foot. If the mattress is two-sided then use a minimum density of 3 lbs per cubic foot.

So far I've found there is a local Tuft and Needle, Casper, Tempur-pedic in a bunch of locations i guess. Mattress Lot which seems to have a number of locally made memory foam mattresses (haven't heard of the companies), and also BedMart which seems similar (I've heard of Park Lane).


While I can't speak to these locations personally, what you want to keep in mind when looking to identify a quality retailer is their ability and willingness to disclose the materials in their mattresses and their knowledge, experience, and ability to give you the guidance that is necessary to help you make meaningful comparisons and your best possible choices.

A knowledgeable manufacturer or retailer that carries mattresses that have fair value, that you can trust to give you accurate and meaningful information, and are focused more on educating their customers than they are on "selling" their customers, can turn mattress shopping from a difficult and frustrating experience filled with roadblocks and uncertainty into one that is actually enjoyable and save you many hours of research and frustration.

While not located in Oregon, one of our Trusted Members - Ghost Bed - has some memory foam options you might be interested in. I would also suggest looking at Nest Bedding and the memory foam options at Mattress to Go .

I also searched the forum to see if any other forum subscribers had shared positive Portland area experiences, and Parkland seemed to be the common denominator but there was also some chatter that it potentially was purchased by Bedmart.

Google led me to Portland Mattress Makers and Stumptown Mattress, but neither lists the foam densities of their mattresses and I have no personal knowledge of their transparency, etc. but it may not hurt to call and see what kind of information you can get out of them if your preference is to stay local.

I hope this helps you move your mattress search forward!

NikkiTMU
28 Jun 2021 10:07
  • cgibsong002
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Wife and I seem to be in pretty dire need for a new mattress. Have had bad luck over the past 5 years or so with Simmons(?) mattresses. The first was some kind of air hybrid that failed so bad one half was about 6" lower than the other. Fought to get that replaced under warranty with our current one which i believe is the Beautyrest Black plush pillow top. This one has seemed to get worse over the last couple years, and in particular the last 2 years or so is starting to sag pretty good in the middle. We shimmed the middle with cardboard but in any case i think it just does not offer the support my wife and i need.

Every morning we both wake up in a ton of pain. She spent the last 4 months on disability for a neck and shoulder injury and i think the mattress is not helping. Myself i struggle every single morning with pain through my entire back and shoulders, none of this stemmed from an injury so i attribute it to the mattress and probably less exercise due to the pandemic. We've started yoga each morning and are back to regular exercise, but it's not enough. So it's time to finally get a good mattress!

We have tried a few memory foam mattresses in the past with mixed results. I had a "Ultimate Dreams Supreme Gel Memory foam (medium)" before we got married. I liked it but it seemed a little stiff, wife thought it was much to stiff for her and hurt sleeping on the side.

We also had a Zinus 12" green tea memory foam for the guest bed (described as firm) that felt pretty similar to the above, it actually felt more conforming. Had a few good night's sleep on it but we only tried it a handful of times before selling it during a move.

I think we are both fairly set on a memory foam despite not super great results in the past. But we understand it's likely best option for our back issues and part of the issue was buying the others without trying first. We don't necessarily need to buy something local, but we plan to at the very least try a number of local options. We both sleep in just about every position, so leaning towards the medium range of firmness, though hopefully the tossing and turning will subside with a quality mattress.

So far I've found there is a local Tuft and Needle, Casper, Tempur-pedic in a bunch of locations i guess. Mattress Lot which seems to have a number of locally made memory foam mattresses (haven't heard of the companies), and also BedMart which seems similar (I've heard of Park Lane).

The things we know we want, good edge support, ideally 12" or less (due to our bed configuration), as cool as possible to help mitigate something much more conforming, good return/exchange and warranty policy. Otherwise no real requests as long as it will get us back to better health. Price isn't necessarily a concern, although what I've looked at so far I'm sure we can stay under $2k based on the options available.

The only other maybe tricky part is being water resistant or able to find a good quality mattress protector that won't ruin the conforming ability of the memory foam. I've heard that can sometimes be an issue. We've had a couple pet accidents in the past so that's pretty much a must so we don't ruin a nice mattress.

So i guess I'm really wondering if anyone has good feedback either on local mattress manufacturers, or good stores to try quality options, or simply options that will help us find what will work for us? Like i mentioned we don't mind buying online so long as we have good options to exchange or adjust as needed, and as long as we can get a good idea from other local stores as to what will work for us.
26 May 2021 09:08
  • Grayson73
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Hey Grayson73,

@Sensei What do you think between the Winkbed, Brooklyn Bedding Signature, and Tuft & Needle Mint?


Let's take a look "under the hood", so to speak, of your 3 picks from a durability standpoint, shall we?

Winkbed Luxury Firm:
• Proprietary gel-infused foam comfort material, Winkbeds' chat confirms it is an HD polyfoam, 111-12 ILD/ 1.5-2 lbs density
• Multi-zoned pocket coil support core
• Rated 6.5/ 10 firmness scale

Brooklyn Bedding Signature Medium:
• Medium -Base to Top
• 1.5 Inch Base Support Foam 6 Inch Ascension Coil with perimeter coils
• 1.5 Inch 3.5LB 28ILD Energex
• 1.5 Inch 3.5LB 18ILD TitanFlex
• 1 Inch Quilt Foam w/Jones FR
• Signature Brooklyn Bedding Stretch Knit Cotton Fabric Tack & Jump Quilted Top
• Rated 6/ 10 firmness scale

Tuft & Needle Mint:
• 100% Polyurethane Foam
• 3" Adaptive Foam with graphite (no gel) — 3.5lbs/cubic foot
• 2" Adaptive Foam with Ceramic gel — 3.0lbs/cubic foot
• 7" polyurethane foam — 1.8lbs/cubic foot
• Rated Medium-Firm

I was impressed by the speed and transparency of the chat responses by all three sites and encourage folks to take advantage of that service when available. More questions for you: did you both enjoy your current 10 year old queen Size 5lb Density 8 Inch memory foam mattress? Are you fans of memory foam's unique feel and qualities? What brand is it? You are comparing 2 foam hybrids and an all-polyfoam model to your memory foam mattress. What qualities of your current mattress do you like and would want to enjoy with your next mattress? What are some that you want to avoid? You did mention motion transfer was a deal breaker of sorts. One of memory foam's magical qualities is its motion separation ability which is prized by sleepers who move little and enjoy being cradled and the "sleeping in" feel that memory foam provides. You may find that a pocket coil support core to react more responsively, as the coils will interact individually when moving across the mattress's surface. Use of a king size will minimize transfer of that feel to a degree. Looking forward to your updates as you narrow down choices further.

Thanks,
Sensei


We thought our memory foam was ok, but it was hard when cold. No clue what the brand was. We liked the WinkBed in the store so I decided to buy that one. I hope that since it's a King sized bed, that the motion transfer won't be too bad.
26 May 2021 08:55
  • Sensei
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Hey Grayson73,

@Sensei What do you think between the Winkbed, Brooklyn Bedding Signature, and Tuft & Needle Mint?


Let's take a look "under the hood", so to speak, of your 3 picks from a durability standpoint, shall we?

Winkbed Luxury Firm:
• Proprietary gel-infused foam comfort material, Winkbeds' chat confirms it is an HD polyfoam, 111-12 ILD/ 1.5-2 lbs density
• Multi-zoned pocket coil support core
• Rated 6.5/ 10 firmness scale

Brooklyn Bedding Signature Medium:
• Medium -Base to Top
• 1.5 Inch Base Support Foam 6 Inch Ascension Coil with perimeter coils
• 1.5 Inch 3.5LB 28ILD Energex
• 1.5 Inch 3.5LB 18ILD TitanFlex
• 1 Inch Quilt Foam w/Jones FR
• Signature Brooklyn Bedding Stretch Knit Cotton Fabric Tack & Jump Quilted Top
• Rated 6/ 10 firmness scale

Tuft & Needle Mint:
• 100% Polyurethane Foam
• 3" Adaptive Foam with graphite (no gel) — 3.5lbs/cubic foot
• 2" Adaptive Foam with Ceramic gel — 3.0lbs/cubic foot
• 7" polyurethane foam — 1.8lbs/cubic foot
• Rated Medium-Firm

I was impressed by the speed and transparency of the chat responses by all three sites and encourage folks to take advantage of that service when available. More questions for you: did you both enjoy your current 10 year old queen Size 5lb Density 8 Inch memory foam mattress? Are you fans of memory foam's unique feel and qualities? What brand is it? You are comparing 2 foam hybrids and an all-polyfoam model to your memory foam mattress. What qualities of your current mattress do you like and would want to enjoy with your next mattress? What are some that you want to avoid? You did mention motion transfer was a deal breaker of sorts. One of memory foam's magical qualities is its motion separation ability which is prized by sleepers who move little and enjoy being cradled and the "sleeping in" feel that memory foam provides. You may find that a pocket coil support core to react more responsively, as the coils will interact individually when moving across the mattress's surface. Use of a king size will minimize transfer of that feel to a degree. Looking forward to your updates as you narrow down choices further.

Thanks,
Sensei
25 May 2021 08:35
  • Grayson73
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@Sensei What do you think between the Winkbed, Brooklyn Bedding Signature, and Tuft & Needle Mint?
24 May 2021 06:35
  • Grayson73
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Thinking about it some more, maybe the Winkbed in king size won't have as much motion transfer. Anyone have thoughts between the Winkbed, Brooklyn Bedding Signature, and Tuft & Needle Mint?
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