Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series Discontinued Product

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7.5

( 27 ratings + 12 reviews )

Reviews Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series

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Recent Praise Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series

    Pros:

    Firm Comfort
    Pressure Relief
    Product Quality
    Overall Support

    Firm Comfort
    Pressure Relief
    Product Quality

    Cons:

    None

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    • Purchased in Sep 2010

    My husband and I bought this bed nearly 6 months ago and we couldn't be happier with it. We sleep better and our backs have improved... no more waking up with sore low backs! We paid $1300.00 for it new at Linder's Furniture when they were having a sale, (original price was $1700.00,) and they paid the tax, gave us free delivery, set up and removal of our old mattress/boxsprings, so we felt it was a good deal... an investment in our health, really, and so far it's paying off!


      Pros:

      Overall Comfort

      Overall Comfort

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      We bought this mattress in full-size for my 4 year old son's "big boy" bed. It is the best mattress we have ever bought. It is extremely comfortable. We recently had a guest sleep on it, and he said it is the most comfortable bed on which he has ever slept. Seems to be the perfect balance between firm and cushion-y.

      Recent Complaints Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series

      • Comfort: Way too soft
      • Support: Poor
      • Durability: Much worse
      • Pressure relief: Don't know
      • Temperature: Just right
      Pros:

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      Cons:

      Overall Comfort
      Maneuverability
      Repositioning
      Soft Comfort
      Overall Support
      Surface Integrity

      Overall Comfort
      Maneuverability
      Repositioning

      This mattress was heaven on earth when we purchased it new. Our love affair lasted only about 3 years when we began to notice "wheel ruts" where we slept in our king size bed. We spun the mattress to alleviate the positioning issues but to no avail. Now we are in our 5th going on 6th year of owning this mattress and need frequent chiropractic adjustments for low back and neck pain. Our original investment was under $1200, thankfully the store was closing and allowing deep discounts, although we expected more than 5 or 6 years of service for that cost. I was thinking of trying a latex topper to increase firmness and support but after reading reviews by other long term users it may be throwing "good money after bad"! It WAS a great mattress too bad it didn't last!


      • Comfort: Just right
      • Support: Poor
      • Durability: Much worse
      • Pressure relief: Often
      • Temperature: Too hot
      Pros:

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      Cons:

      Overall Comfort
      Dual Comfort
      Pressure Relief

      Overall Comfort
      Dual Comfort
      Pressure Relief

      This mattress is awful. Started having impressions in it within 1 year of purchase. Very dissapointed in the durability of the mattress. I wake up everyday with lower back pain and hip pain. Don't buy!!! Currently waiting on a decision from the warranty department. The warranty examiner also stated he has the mattress and hates it.


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        Cons:

        Surface Integrity

        Surface Integrity

        I Would not buy this Mattress again, it showed and felt nice in the store but failed much to soon once home. My Back is in pain from sleeping on it.


          Pros:

          Initial Comfort

          Initial Comfort

          Cons:

          Surface Integrity

          Surface Integrity

          I bought the mattress about three years ago and it felt very comfortable for about a year. After that year the comfort has slowly deteriorated. The bed has lost its firmness and has bad indentations. In the last 9 months you can start to feel the springs poking you in the ribs.
          For $800+ for the mattress I expected it to last much longer. I would not buy this again.


            Pros:

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            Cons:

            Surface Integrity
            Warranty Claims
            Warranty Terms

            Surface Integrity
            Warranty Claims
            Warranty Terms

            My mattress was deemed defective. Instead of the company standing behind their product and doing what needed to be done for customer service and to represent their commitment to not having defective products, it took 5 months to have resolution. The company charges delivery and mattress removals (even for their defective product-- not my preference change). I had to call constantly to follow-up, and each step took the maximum amount of time i.e. 3-5 weeks took last day of 5th week. 4-6 weeks took till the last day of the 6th week. I have never been so dissatisfied as a customer and refuse to support Sealy Brands.

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            Features Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series

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            About this Collection Posturepedic Reserve

            Status:
            Discontinued
            manufacturer:
            Sealy
            Line:
            Sealy Posturepedic

            Details

            Support Core:
            Innerspring
            Tagline:
            Get a Better Six
            Year Released:
            2008

            Additional Information Sealy Posturepedic Reserve Series

            Description:

            The Reserve Series mattress collection is a collection of innerspring mattresses released in 2008 that was manufactured by Sealy.

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