10" Gel-Infused Memory Foam Mattress (5-Sizes)

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10" Gel-Infused Memory Foam Mattress (5-Sizes)
Price: $299.99 - 549.99
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About Sensorpedic

Don’t believe you need a good nights sleep? Check out what Harvard and WebMD have to say about the issue.

Thank goodness for the picture of the woman pretending to sleep, or else we might not have been able to figure out what this fine product was for!

Two whole inches of memory foam over eight inches of mid weight polyfoam! Gee,who wouldn’t want that?

I have no topper, and buy the sheets labeled “deep pocket” yet still need Chuck Norris and a vice to secure them barely around the corners of my mattress. Is there a sheet set out there that exists that would cover such a mattress and a topper?

nk… :frowning:

For that last corner, my mom taught me to lift the corner when putting the sheet over it. Sometimes that’s not as easy as it sounds but it works every time.

So the thing I worry with these mattresses is the inability to flip them so they age evenly. Thought that was an essential part of mattress warranties.
I assume the warranty with this mattress requires no movement post install. But I’m just skeptical that you won’t get sunk in slots

Not so much with newer mattresses, especially with pillow tops. I rotate but can’t flip.

There is .5 inches of gel-infused super-soft memory foam (air memory foam) with 1.5 inches of memory foam. The 8 inches of foam is a support foam needed to properly align the spine.

Most mattresses in the industry are not intended to be flipped. They are one sided, for example pillow- top mattresses. You can rotate your memory foam mattress to eliminate ‘slots’.

So what is the general consensus on these matresses? Are they worth the purchase? I have a twenty year old select comfort (before the sleep number) that I want to replace.

What’s the VOC rating on this type of memory foam?

I have this exact mattress. I’ve only been sleeping on it a few nights, but I don’t wake up aching like I did with my 17-year-old pillow top. Before I got it I was sore at my hips and shoulders, the places pushing hardest into the mattress. My husband has said his back is feeling better too.

I was afraid it would be too squishy, but once it plumped up it doesn’t really feel different than any other mattress. You might sink in a little more if you sit on the edge, but I’m happy so far with the sleep I’ve been getting.

I would recommend it, especially at this price. I paid about $200 more when I ordered it a couple of weeks ago. I wish I had waited. :frowning:

PS: The foam mattresses are supposed to be better for dust mite allergies, which is a pretty big deal for me. I have a rather serious dust mite allergy.

I’m not sure of the VOC rating. I could only smell an odor when my head was directly on the mattress. Once I laid on my pillow I couldn’t smell a thing.

I’d say most mattresses made these days aren’t flippable. You can only spin them 180 degrees every coupla months

Is this the same as a BioPedic? I’m trying to research SensorPedic and BioPedic keeps popping up, can’t really find anything on SensorPedic. The picture is exactly the same.

What is the firmness rating of this mattress?

My husband and I have been looking to pull the trigger an buy this type of mattress…my only concern is the lack of reviews at all on this particular one…