18 people recommend the Sealy Posturepedic line. Read the reviews.
Surface integrity lost in less than 7 months, also too Hot!
Having purchased this mattress for medical reasons, I wish I had bought a real tempurpedic. The bed lost it's comfort and quality within 8 weeks of delivery. The surface was ...
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|Model Name||Support Type||Tags||Reviews||Comfort|
|Gentle Tide||Innerspring||Innerspring, Made in Canada||Plush Firm Tight Top|
|Complement Plush||Innerspring||Innerspring, Memory Foam||Plush Tight Top|
|Midnight Breeze||Innerspring||Dual Comfort, Innerspring||Plush Pillow Top|
|Midnight Breeze||Innerspring||Dual Comfort, Innerspring||Plush Pillow Top|
|Winter Night Firm||Innerspring||Dual Comfort, Innerspring||Firm Tight Top|
|200 Firm||Innerspring||Innerspring||Firm Tight Top|
|3000 Pillowtop||Innerspring||Innerspring||Plush Pillow Top|
|5000 Pillowtop||Innerspring||Innerspring||Plush Pillow Top|
|7000 Firm||Innerspring||Innerspring||Firm Tight Top|
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The Sealy Posturepedic line is recommended by 18 of our 34 reviewers.
People who are happy with their Sealy Posturepedic mattress frequently praise Comfort and Support.
People who are unhappy with their Sealy Posturepedic mattress frequently complain about Support and Surface Integrity.
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My husband and I bought this mattress in early 2012 and I love it every single day and night. I had Open Heart Surgery and my 36 year old body could not have had a better place to rest. Even with my chronic pain and surgery recovery I did find comfort with this mattress. I wish they had this in twin and full size for our children.
This mattress is so incredibly comfortable! I feel like a baby in a crib when I lie down. I can't wait to go and fall into my big comfy bed at nights. It's dreamy.
Love it, love it, love it. Great price, great value. Extremely comfy!
We had checked other mattresses at other top retailers including Costco, Original Mattress Factory and Mattress King. This one is by far the best one we found. It was originally $899.00 but we got it on sale. Durable and very well made. Highly recommended.
Purchased this discontinued model for a very affordable price.
Have had it for about 3 months and have no complaints at all. Can't comment on durability yet. Conforms well and not hot at all. Will never go back to a traditional mattress.
Bought it at Mattress Barn in Atlanta. Definitely would recommend buying a mattress there.
This has been a great mattress. 7 years old and no problems. Don't have to flip it. Still forms to body and supports us well. No edge sagging. Supports body on top of mattress without a sinking feeling, yet very soft with pillow top plush option. Have heard that some types of mattresses will cause sweating, but we do not have this problem with the Juniper Hill Plush pillow top model
Great, inexpensive mattress for a twin bed. I originally purchased this for a daybed in a sunroom that got mild use. My dog and I both loved sleeping on it and it was very comfortable. Later, this was used for my toddler son. It still seems pretty comfortable after 5 years.
I plan on using this mattress for at least another 10 years, hopefully it should last. The only weird thing about the mattress is that it can only be turned but not flipped over. I thought mattresses could be flipped over as well as turned so long as they don't have a pillowtop. Not a big deal, but just found that odd. I think the manufacturer was trying to save a few $ by not putting a nice cover on all sides of the mattress. Bought mine at Raymour and Flanigan for $149 in 2005.
Overall, we have been very pleased with this mattress from the very beginning, although it began to show some wear after about 6-7 years.
When we first got the mattress, it was absolutely dreamlike to sleep on -- the pillowtop was perfectly plush, but with a firm underlying support. We looked forward to getting into it every night, and dreaded getting out of it each morning. I can safely say that this lasted for at least the first few years.
In terms of durability, we have had it now for about 7 years, and it has held up reasonably well overall. Personally, I still sleep quite well on it, although it has lost some of its cloud-like feeling. We have not really had any problems with body impressions, which I know are a common complaint with pillow-top mattresses, which is probably because we have always been extremely diligent about flipping and rotating it. My wife, however, has started to complain of sagging in the middle of the mattress for the past couple years, and has recently started to tell me that she wakes up feeling rather stiff from time to time. This seems rather early for the mattress to be losing its support, especially since it is supposedly a rather firm mattress (underneath the pillowtop, that is).
Prior to owning this mattress, we had a locally-made mattress, with which we were really happy. Then I got pregnant, and had a lot of hip pain. I tried chiropractors, doctors, and exercise, but it wasn't until we switched to this mattress that the pain disappeared! The mattress is firm, but has a lovely pillowtop that makes it feel soft. We have both loved it from day one (my husband has no hip issues, and he also thinks it's great). It has now been 5 years since then, and it is still very comfy. 3 pregnancies later, I would say that there is a slight dent where I sleep, and I can't flip the mattress because of the pillowtop, so the dent will have to stay. But it is really minor, and that is my only hesitation about this mattress. In all other respects it has been excellent.
This is probably the best bed I've ever slept in. Great support, but the pillowtop make it really comfortable. My wife and I have owned this bed for ~2 yrs. and have have frequently commented about what a great investment it was.
I was looking for an affordable plush top and I found it. I've had the bed for over a year and it's not sagging or drooping anywhere (despite the fact that I never rotate or turn it over).
I looked for month for a good matress wanted a stern and foster buget would not go that high so I settled wrong choice its hurts to sleep on it my hubby and myself our late 60;s sorry its not for us.going tocall and see waht a promblem it will be to send back
Not good for a side or belly sleeper or back sleeper
I wake up each morning for past few years with sore hips/arms saying I need a new mattress. A few years ago, I did put a pillow topper on mattress and it helped a little. But, can still see the sag in middle and now my bed is too high. Bought mattress in 2005 and started sagging in the first couple years. It is almost unbearable now in 2013. Bought for about $500 with a 10 year warranty- whatever that means.
Ours already has dips or cave-ins where we sleep, with a lump in the middle. Also, for the first six months, these were the hottest nights of sleep ever. We literally woke up every morning drenched in sweat. The mattress is not as firm as the one in the store.
The bed felt great for about one year. Then you could start to see the body impression dips on both sides. Still under warranty, Sealy (from Evan's) said the dips weren't deep enough. Then when the dips got deeper they found a small spot on the cover which invalidates the warranty!? Worthless warranty. Equally worthless and uncomfortable bed. This was the most expensive bed we had ever purchased, $900.00 king. Very disappointing.
This mattress causes all kinds of pain. After a while you are sleeping in a hole. This caused me to get a frozen shoulder and had to endure months of excruciating therapy. We then had it replaced and now we are experiencing the same thing all over again. This time I am in therapy for a pinched nerve in my hip. Excruciating pain.
I called the store and it seems the manufacturer has "tightened" up on their warranty..not surprised since they have to replace so many due to them being JUNK.
If I can't get this mattress replaced it will go on a burn pile and I will post the truth about it anywhere they allow reviews. Sealy you should be ashamed of yourself.
I am requesting a representative from the company come to my house and inspect this thing. Hopefully he will take it with him when he leaves.
The Posturepedic product line is a collection of mattresses released in 1950 that is manufactured by Sealy.
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