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19 Sep 2021 13:29
  • Doug6952
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I'm having the same issue getting in touch with Flexus to get an update on my order. Placed the order on 9/6. I sent an email over a week ago with no response and tried calling a few times yesterday and left a message.
18 Sep 2021 06:09
  • pdunc
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Hi Royalty. I bought a 10” 3 layer latex mattress from Flexus about a year and a half ago and have had a similar problem with it. The configuration has been firm, med, and soft on top, but I have tried other configurations as well. I’ve noticed that both my wife’s side and mine are dipping in the top soft layer leaving a hump in the middle between us, The dip is quite visible, even with no one on the bed.I have been having lower back pain for over 10 months and really need to find a solution. You mention trying the medium Dunlop layer as the top layer. My wife found that to be to firm. I am wondering if maybe an exchange for Talalay medium would give you (and possibly me and my wife) a better comfort feeling but also more supportive top layer. I too like the idea of trying the soft layer just below a top medium, but preferably Talalay. In any case, I am currently working with Henry at Flexus who seems quite knowledgeable and helpful, to try resolve my situation.
15 Sep 2021 18:13
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi mhorbein.

We are so happy to hear you feel this way! Thank you for the kind words. We are glad you've been able to learn from the resources TMU offers, and also the ongoing conversations in the forum!

We love all four companies you mentioned and do hope that if anyone has had a recent experience with any of them, that they'll chime in with useful information. As you pointed out, reviews tend to be questionable, but genuine testimonials about the process, and a "review" of the mattress after having slept on it for the appropriate amount of time can certainly be useful.

Frankly, if Cozy Pure had a return policy and could do split comfort layers (it turns out they don't do them in the Cal-king size), I would probably just go with them, but these two things (no returns and no side to side customization) are definite drawbacks, especially as we can't try the mattress.


Shoot! It's too bad they don't offer those options. A dealbreaker is a dealbreaker, though, so I understand the hesitation on that front.

I don't usually make this recommendation, but the r/mattresses topic on Reddit is usually hustling and bustling. You may be able to weed through what is obviously *not* useful to find additional information to help you make your decision, since you've already exhausted the search option here on the forum.

If you have any other questions arise, we are always here to help!
NikkiTMU
14 Sep 2021 13:15
  • mhornbein
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Hi!

First of all, thanks to TMU, Phoenix, and all the great moderators and members who spend SO MUCH TIME providing incredibly thorough responses to all the questions that come in. I've spent a few months now researching, reading posts, asking a few questions, and talking to retailers. I think we're close to pulling the trigger on a purchase, but wanted to circle back here before doing so in the hope of gathering some testimonials regarding the manufacturers we have narrowed it down to. At this point, I think Cozy Pure and Flobeds are the top choices, but I also had great conversations with Sleeping Organic and SleepEZ, so they are definitely still in the running and I would love to hear from people who bought beds from them about their experiences. This is a big purchase and since we can't try anything, I would love to get some reassurance about working with any or all of these companies and their products. Frankly, if Cozy Pure had a return policy and could do split comfort layers (it turns out they don't do them in the Cal-king size), I would probably just go with them, but these two things (no returns and no side to side customization) are definite drawbacks, especially as we can't try the mattress.

By way of background, I'm a female 150# ish mostly side sleeper (sometimes back) with pressure point issues on hips and shoulder. My partner is a male 175#ish 6'2" beanpole, who is much less picky (or less of a complainer than I am) but who I think prefers a firmer mattress. He mostly sleeps on his back and sometimes on his side. I love the plush feel of a pillow top, but am leery of going too soft, as I often wake up with a sore lower back. We are switching to latex for both longevity and environmental reasons, as well as the hope that it will help with my pressure point issues.

I know "reviews" are verboten, as everyone has such different individual responses and preferences, so mostly looking for people's experience with the company and with the product as a quality product. I love the posts here where people share their experiences with a particular manufacturer, in particular thoughts from folks who went with all talalay (Flobeds) vs all dunlop (Cozy Pure) vs. some combination of the two, as I understand they have very different feels. I remember reading a post from someone who had tried Flobeds (exhaustively) and ended up going with an all dunlop mattress because the feel of the Talalay just wasn't right. I get that this is totally subjective, but would love any additional anecdotes about these types of experience, as we do not live in a place where we can visit a showroom with an all latex mattress. I have done searches for all of these manufacturers on the forum, and read everything I could find (in particular this post: www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/index/7392-richmond-virginia-mattresses-and-cozypure?start=0) was a GREAT testimonial about Cozy Pure, and just what I'm looking for.

At any rate, apologies to the extent this is repetitive, but would love to hear peoples thoughts/experiences with these brands.

Thanks!
05 Sep 2021 08:58
  • bow4iverson
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I have a four layer latex mattress from Flexus. None of the layers move around at all and I am a toss and turner. When you put the layers in, you will see how tight it is getting the layers into the encasement, that any layers moving around would be highly unlikely.
01 Sep 2021 19:10
  • Hairy
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Thanks for the great site with all the crippling good information. I already know the answer to the questions, nobody can tell me what will work best, but i'm going to ask it anyways!

Me: 6' 3", 165 lbs. Wife, 5' 4", 150 lbs, early 40s. Both are roughly 70/30 side and back sleepers. I dont have any major issues outside of snoring when i sleep on my back, the wife has been getting neck pain recently (which she believes is related to the craters in our current coil/pillowtop/1" foam topper mattress). Having some bounce in the mattress is important to us for when the kids are at the grandparents...

Was considering doing a DIY, as it doesn't look that complicated to put together a very similar bed to commercial options, but for much cheaper. This bed from SleepEZ is pretty similar: sleepez.com/products/hybrid-latex-mattress and at 1100$ seems like a pretty good deal. The only small negatives are the latex seems to be dunlop (dont know if that's really a negative or not, just seems to be the popular opinion here), and really, having firm latex on the bottom of the mattress seems like a waste of resources.

The nuts and bolts of the DIY king size bed:
1 inch lux-r foam from www.foambymail.com/LR/lux-regular-foam.html 45$
8" QE Bolsa from latexmattressfactory.com/products/quantum-edge-elite-pocketed-coil-1 380$

Topper options:
3" Talalay from www.flexuscomfort.com/latex-mattress-toppers.html $380 (22 ILD)
or:
2" Dunlop medium www.flexuscomfort.com/latex-mattress-toppers.html $260 (28 ILD)
2" Talalay soft latexmattressfactory.com/products/talalay-latex-mattress-topper?variant=12979962937397 $320 (19 ILD)

We're both pretty light people and side sleepers, so i know the suggestion is for softer beds. The wife claims to want a medium to medium firm bed, but our current bed has a thick pillow top and a 1" foam pad we placed on it. Would we notice any difference between the 28/19 ILD combo vs the whole 22 ILD slab? If im wrong on the 3" soft, that's an expensive error. The 22 ILD from flexus does seem to be more of a medium soft versus a soft though. The 2 x 2 gives more options to tweak and swap if Im wrong.

One final question: i see a brentwood bamboo gel cover for 95$ here: www.brentwoodhome.com/products/bamboo-replacement-mattress-covers?variant=12142707078
does anyone have any feedback vs a 170$ cotton/poly blend like this sleeponlatex.com/products/organic-cotton-cover-1
Not against spending more if its worth it, would just like to hear opinions!

Thanks in advance for your expertise!
01 Sep 2021 08:27
  • Sensei
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Hey Frustrated21,

Welcome to TMU's forum :) !

I want to thank you upfront for your help. I've been struggling to find the right solution for me. They seem ok until about 6 months in, then issues with uncomfortable sleep, hip pressure, and pain. I have tries latex mattresses in the past both full latex and hybrid (Sachi Organics and Denver Mattress) and like the way they feel. ABQ has very limited choices. They only had medium to test and with my stats I don't think it is correct, they seem a little soft. I choose my current mattress because of the latex but was on a tight budget and it failed miserable in a little over a year (now year 4).


I like your username Frustrated21 but am sorry to learn from your intro that it seems derived from the problematic mattress choices made in the past. It is good that you've made showroom visits and have tested mattresses, but you may need some guidance on fine-tuning how to shop for a mattress. You're on the right track in sensing that medium firmness mattresses feel softer to you, that is in keeping with higher BMIs and curvier body profiles' perception of lower density materials feeling softer. Here is a little extra credit assignment that will help you with future research: Phoenix's "Five Steps to Your Perfect Mattress" . This article discusses how to test a mattress for pressure relief of comfort materials and for support and proper spinal alignment.

Stats:
F 5' 1.5", 210-255, BMI 41-42, Gaps - Curvy side/hip 4 1/4", Back 3" (If I did this correctly)
Sleep Position - Combo Back/Side
Current Mattress - dreamfoam Ultimate eurotop latex (ILD 28). No support, sleeps hot.
Other - I sleep hot, have pain, need pressure relief. Prefer a slightly soft feel but not sunk so I cannot move and I don't like the feel of sleeping on top.
Budget - about 1200.00 (some flexibility)


The Dreamfoam Ultimate Eurotop Latex mattress features a 3" Talalay latex comfort layer over an 8" HD foam/ 2 lbs. per cu.ft. support core. Its bamboo cover also has 1.5" of a proprietary reflex foam stitched into the top cover. You mentioned earlier that this mattress "failed miserably in a little over a year" and that it is now four years old. What are you using as a foundation?

After some research (great site info.), I'm leaning towards a latex hybrid. I think it will sleep cooler, help with pressure points and last a few years. I also like that I can change out layers if the wear out.

Best Guess - I've looked at your trusted members list and found a few similar builds for about the same price (within budget) with current sales. These are also similar to the hybrid I tried at Sachi)
AZ Premium, Flexus Comfort, Latex Mattress
8" Coils (various), 3" Latex, cotton/wool cover
Luma & SleepEZ have slightly different versions
I also looked at DIY hybrid with 4" latex (2x2)


Thanks for considering a mattress purchase from one of our trusted members :) . All of the above latex hybrids are well-crafted mattresses with adjustable comfort layers, and any of these manufacturers would be happy to help you select personalized choices too.

Questions/Concerns (based on my stats)
1. Which version of coils is better (QE Combi-zone, QE Bolsa, or ?)


That's a tricky question and one to ask of one of the trusted members. Generally speaking, high BMI individuals find the QEE Combi-zone unit too firm for side sleeping due to the center / firm-zoned coils where their hips rest. The QEE Bolsa coil unit is a medium gauge/ softer coil that is not recommended for higher BMI individuals as it will not meet their support needs. There are hybrid mattresses out there suited for a wide variety of folks, but probably neither of these two coil units would serve you well from a support standpoint.

2. Would 3" latex be enough or do I need more? If yes, should I go with one of the preconfigured 3" ones and add a 2" topper (no 1" on the sites) or create a DIY? Which ILD(s)/combination, type, inches would make sense? I was thinking Frim for 3" or if layers firm bottom, medium top.


3" should be enough comfort material but how you proceed is more of a personal feel preference. I'm curious about your choice of latex though, as you say above that you "don't like the feel of sleeping on top"; can you please clarify whether you do or do not like latex's comfort feel? That is one latex's better known qualities of providing an uplifting, buoyant feel to the user.

3. Would Dunlop or Talalaly or Dunlop work better or would a combination if applicable?


Dunlop latex is a firmer, more dense latex that gives a supportive feel. Talalay latex is a lighter, more conforming material that provides a more plush feel. Both latex foams have an uplifting response (Talalay latex being a little more springy/ lively). Again, either or a combination of both make good choices, it is a personal preference how you decide.

4. The covers are all cotton/wool for the preconfigured and per this site these covers make the mattress sleep firm (on top). Would it make sense to get another cover like cotton or just remove the top of the cover?


You'll want to keep encasements intact, as they serve to protect the mattress contents and removal will likely void any future warranty claims. Because natural fibers have less resiliency and elasticity than other materials, they require a degree of "breaking in"; with a month or so of use, any amount of top side firmness should subside.

5. I'm open to all latex as well; I'm just concerned about sleeping hot and the weight of the mattress although I believe hybrid is only a little lighter. Turning heavy mattresses are difficult for me.


What size mattress will you be purchasing? An all-latex mattress is quite heavy, and depending on how much latex a hybrid contains, they can be fairly heavy too. Periodic turning of mattresses can help prolong their useful life, so it's a good idea to program a date for that into its maintenance schedule. At least, flipping of these mattresses isn't required.

I'm struggling to understand what I need as per the site weight an curvy seem to have opposite choices. Please let me know if I'm on the right track and if I'm asking the correct questions. any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again.


Your research process is sound and you are asking good questions, Frustrated21. You may want to check out Phoenix's "Mattress Specifications You Need to Know" , this article provides a checklist of durability questions for discussion with your manufacturer/ retailer of choice.

Please feel free to consult with any of our trusted members with more specific questions regarding any of the above-mentioned models you have an interest in, and good luck with your research ;) .

Thanks,
Sensei
30 Aug 2021 18:36
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi SheezaRestlessSleeper.

You can certainly find what you're looking for at a better price, but it's great that you were able to do some in person testing!

the salesman claimed that a latex hybrid defeats the purpose of getting a latex mattress because coil breakdown can still lead to sagging.


That salesman was not correct. Coils are rarely the weak link in a mattress. If foam sags, especially latex, it's because it has reached the end of its useful life or is not the adequate density for your needs. Springs CAN lose their "springiness" and support, yes, but as a unit that is quite far away from the body, it's not going to be the first thing to see signs of wear and tear.

SleepEZ actually has a pretty nifty tool on their page if you go to their 100% Latex Mattress and choose "build your mattress now" and then "personalized."

I input your weights/heights and your sleeping position (I selected side sleeper for you both) and it came back with a split configuration suggestion for the comfort layer with you requiring a "soft" layer and your boyfriend requiring a "medium."

Definitely play around with that. It's cool. Unfortunately, I believe that customization is only available for the all-latex configuration. It does help give you insight into what you may need for a latex comfort layer on a hybrid, though!

Their 360 Hybrid Pillowtop has a "plush-medium" feel on one side and a "firm" feel on the other.

If you're not sure, you can reach out to Sleep EZ directly about their thoughts on how much cooler/hotter an all latex configuration is going to sleep compared to a hybrid. They will be careful to guide you in making the right decision for you, not for their bottom line.

The Flexus Quadra Flex latex hybrid also offers a side by side split configuration in the comfort layers, which is pretty nifty. You could hypothetically take the knowledge you get form the Sleep EZ configurator and adjust your comfort layers on the Quadra Flex to match their recommendation, if you prefer to go that route.

I hope this helps put some useful tools into your hands and takes some of the analysis paralysis away.
NikkiTMU
29 Aug 2021 11:26
  • SheezaRestlessSleeper
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Thank you for your input, Nikki! You confirmed my thought that I probably need to steer away from a memory foam hybrid.

I was doing some more research and I’ve been leaning heavily towards a latex mattress, although I am unsure of whether I would want a hybrid or a pure latex. I was able to go to a showroom and try out a Pure Bliss 100% Talalay mattress. We tried out different firmnesses and I seemed to like the soft the best (though I am unsure of the exact models we tried). I thought the feel was very different than anything I’ve ever tried before but I really liked it. However with a $5000+ price tag there’s no way I’d ever consider that particular brand. Also, I am not sure if this is correct, but the salesman claimed that a latex hybrid defeats the purpose of getting a latex mattress because coil breakdown can still lead to sagging.

I’ve been looking at TMU’s trusted partners like Flexus and SleepEZ. Seems like they have some nice Labor Day sales going on. If I were to do a true full latex mattress, I’m not sure how I’d go about configuring it. I’ve read through so many differing opinions on Dunlop and Talalay (the pound cake vs angel food cake analogy and all that). I’ve gotten overwhelmed looking at all the customizable layers and firmnesses! I don’t know where to start besides reading over all the guides here at TMU, but even then I still get some information overload. My SO said he’d stretch his budget a bit so we’d top out at around $2000ish for a king.

I forgot to include my measurements, but I am 5’9” and 145 lbs, and my partner is 6’4” and 215 lbs. We’re both fairly athletic.

Any input on configurations and latex vs latex hybrid would be greatly appreciated!
28 Aug 2021 10:56
  • NikkiTMU
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Hi SheezaRestlessSleeper.

Welcome to our Mattress Forum. :)

No paid reviews here - and truly, even when people are genuine in their reviews, you should always throw a bit of caution to the wind where other's experiences are concerned. While hearing others opinions can be useful, 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 .

And, just to cover all my bases, I would recommend (if you haven't done so already) reading our Mattress Shopping Tutorial and our Mattress Durability Guidelines to help you get an idea of what kind of mattress may be most appropriate for you in terms of support and durability.

As hot sleepers, I'd suggest steering clear of memory foam. There are some great nuggets of information about that by Mattress to Go here and Phoenix here . Memory foam heats as we sleep, and compresses (and our bodies sink further in, trapping more heat). Latex sleeps the coolest of all the foams. You can read a little bit about both options as comfort layers in their respective articles: Memory Foam and Latex .

A hybrid is a smart option for someone who is looking to sleep a bit cooler as the springs allow for more air flow than an all foam configuration (as you pointed out in your post already!).

You have quite the list of mattresses you are considering. Nest, GhostBed, and Flexus are all Trusted Members on our site, meaning we think very highly of them and believe they compete with among the best in the industry in terms of quality, durability, transparency, and more.

I'm not especially familiar with the other 3 mattresses you listed, and without knowing your height/weight and the specifications of those mattresses, it's hard for me to make any meaningful commentary there. If you happen to come across those specifications, you can cross reference them with our Mattress Durability Guidelines linked above. :) I'll also leave this resource with you so you can evaluate whether or not they meet your standards in terms of transparency.

Keep in mind that it is important to have a detailed conversation with whomever you choose to purchase from and provide them with your stats, body type, sleeping styles, general preferences and history, some general information about your current mattress, or what you have tested, and any other specific information or circumstances that could affect your choice of a mattress so they can help you choose which may be your best fit from their inventory.

NikkiTMU
27 Aug 2021 07:48
  • SheezaRestlessSleeper
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Hello! I am new to this forum after lurking for some time. I wanted to reach out because I’ve been discouraged after reading that most mattress review sites have been paid for reviews. I’m hoping y’all can help me out!

I think I’ve narrowed down my search to a hybrid, although I’m undecided on foam vs latex. My boyfriend and I tend to sleep hot, but I also suffer from fibromyalgia so I tend to get back/neck soreness and I am sensitive to pressure points. I was thinking about a medium to medium-soft firmness, because I am a combination side/back sleeper (mainly side).

Hybrids interested me because of their properties for less heat retention, better durability, and a mix of softness and support. I’ve heard good things about mattresses with Leggett & Platt Quantum coils. I’ve personally never slept on a latex mattress before, but I’m curious about soft Talalay. I don’t want to sink entirely into my mattress, but also don’t want float completely on top of it.

So far I’ve been considering:
Nest ASH - although I heard a Reddit rumor that they quietly stopped using Quantum coils
Winkbed Hybrid
Ghostbed Flex or Luxe - I know the luxe isn’t a hybrid but it sounded interesting, as long as the foam is a high enough density
Flexus Quadraflex Hybrid- Soft Talalay possibly
Nolah Evolution Hybrid 15
Amerisleep AS3 H

I am also open to other suggestions based on my sleeping requirements! I’m looking for a king and have a budget around $1700. I’m trying to take advantage of the Labor Day sales.
26 Aug 2021 15:04
  • Frustrated21
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I want to thank you upfront for your help. I've been struggling to find the right solution for me. They seem ok until about 6 months in, then issues with uncomfortable sleep, hip pressure, and pain. I have tries latex mattresses in the past both full latex and hybrid (Sachi Organics and Denver Mattress) and like the way they feel. ABQ has very limited choices. They only had medium to test and with my stats I don't think it is correct, they seem a little soft. I choose my current mattress because of the latex but was on a tight budget and it failed miserable in a little over a year (now year 4).

Stats:
F 5' 1.5", 210-255, BMI 41-42, Gaps - Curvy side/hip 4 1/4", Back 3" (If I did this correctly)
Sleep Position - Combo Back/Side
Current Mattress - dreamfoam Ultimate eurotop latex (ILD 28). No support, sleeps hot.
Other - I sleep hot, have pain, need pressure relief. Prefer a slightly soft feel but not sunk so I cannot move and I don't like the feel of sleeping on top.
Budget - about 1200.00 (some flexibility)

After some research (great site info.), I'm leaning towards a latex hybrid. I think it will sleep cooler, help with pressure points and last a few years. I also like that I can change out layers if the wear out.

Best Guess - I've looked at your trusted members list and found a few similar builds for about the same price (within budget) with current sales. These are also similar to the hybrid I tried at Sachi)
AZ Premium, Flexus Comfort, Latex Mattress
8" Coils (various), 3" Latex, cotton/wool cover
Luma & SleepEZ have slightly different versions
I also looked at DIY hybrid with 4" latex (2x2)

Questions/Concerns (based on my stats)
1. Which version of coils is better (QE Combi-zone, QE Bolsa, or ?)
2. Would 3" latex be enough or do I need more? If yes, should I go with one of the preconfigured 3" ones and add a 2" topper (no 1" on the sites) or create a DIY? Which ILD(s)/combination, type, inches would make sense? I was thinking Frim for 3" or if layers firm bottom, medium top.
3. Would Dunlop or Talalaly or Dunlop work better or would a combination if applicable?
4. The covers are all cotton/wool for the preconfigured and per this site these covers make the mattress sleep firm (on top). Would it make sense to get another cover like cotton or just remove the top of the cover?
5. I'm open to all latex as well; I'm just concerned about sleeping hot and the weight of the mattress although I believe hybrid is only a little lighter. Turning heavy mattresses are difficult for me.

I'm struggling to understand what I need as per the site weight an curvy seem to have opposite choices. Please let me know if I'm on the right track and if I'm asking the correct questions. any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again.
24 Aug 2021 06:50
  • Royalty
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Thanks for your reply and help, I appreciate it. So last night I removed the soft talalay and slept on medium Dunlop 3 inch, firm Dunlop 3 inch and xfirm Dunlop 3 inch. Granted, this is just 1 nights data, I can say I definitely didn't turn as much and despite going to bed later I feel more well rested. My wife heavily noted (and myself) that it feels quite firm. I believe I will ask Flexus to do a layer exchange, swapping out the soft for a medium. I have two options ahead of me I believe: either see if they have a medium talalay to go over my current medium Dunlop and hope the talalay feel will be sufficient for that softness that my wife and I like or get another medium Dunlop (i.e. 2 layers of Dunlop medium over firm and x firm) and place a skinny <2 inch soft talalay topper. Does anyone have thoughts on either of these configurations? Pitfalls? Suggestions? Ultimately Flexus offers a nice layer exchange to help get the mattress right, but I would like to not waste too much of their time and effort.
23 Aug 2021 06:01
  • Royalty
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I recently purchase a 13 inch Flexus, 4 layer mattress. The components are soft talalay 3in, medium Dunlop, firm dunlop and the lowest layer is x firm. I have been noticing some lower back pain just at the level of the lumbar spine meeting the coccyx. I have been trying to locate the issue as it seems solvable. So far I have "upgraded" my bed frame. The slats on the frame we have were too thin and far apart. So I ordered 0.75 inch thick slats and installed those 1 inch apart. I have slept on it 3 nights with the upgraded slat support and it hasn't helped. Additionally I moved the firm above the medium to give me more "support" (I used quotes because I wonder if I'm using that term incorrectly). This did not help at all. I'm wondering what to try next. I notice that the soft talalay is so soft that I probably bottom it out immediately and perhaps I hit the support layer before my hips can sink in enough? Thoughts? My dimensions are 6'2" 230lbs. Thank you
20 Aug 2021 08:28
  • Sensei
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Hey K.Aschenbrener,

Thanks for your reply :) .

Three of the mattresses you mentioned (Brentwood Home Oceano, Nolah Evolution 15, Novafoam) all share a common comfort material: memory foam , a slow response foam. It responds slowly to new and changing positions and has somewhat of a "dead" feeling nature. It's also difficult to control how far you sink into a memory foam layer as it may soften over the course of the night, changing a once correct spinal alignment into a "hammock" position and resulting in a backache by morning. That said, you may consider a hybrid mattress using other pressure-relieving materials in the comfort layers; latex foam could be a good choice.

We prefer California King, and I'm expecting to pay around $5000, would love to find something closer to $2000, however I'm to the point that I'd rather invest in something that lasts and works to take care of my discomfort. Before we bought these mattresses, we were sleeping on a Novafoam bed from Costco, which I didn't like as well, we slept on that for 8-9 years. During this time I was experiencing shoulder, lower back and hip pain. Which is why I began looking into hybrids. Thanks for the help!


You should be able to find a Cal King size for considerably less than $5,000, depending on what materials and constructions you prefer. As you may know from reading other forum posts, we do not make mattress recommendations outside of TMU's Trusted Member Program, as these manufacturers have met our strict vetting process for quality, expertise, and superior customer service. Here is a list of members offering latex hybrid models for your review:


Hopefully, this listing will help get you started with ideas ;) . Have you made any further progress since your last post? Good luck with your mattress research and hope it goes well for you.

Sensei
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