If Crown Jewel products are now discontinued, what is the comparable product in the Sealy line to take its place? Hate to changes products after so much comfort.
M. George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
asked Feb 15 '13
Marilynn G from Belle River, ON
Yo Phil, How irresponsible can you be?! Are you one of those salespeople who will say anything to make a sale?! Sadly, there are plenty like you to be found....providing mis-information to unsuspecting and trusting consumers. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Mr. George, There is no comparable model. The line was dramatically changed in June of 2011. The line is but a shadow of its former quality. Finding a salesperson who will tell you what you want to hear is easy. The industry is littered with these worthless scoundrels. Finding what you're asking for, is impossible. You have to buy something and you will find that over-all quality has dropped over the past 10 years. What you end up with will be what it will be. But, I'd hate to see you spending your money in expectation of quality like you had, when that absolutely won't be the case.
answered Feb 15 '13
Peter Cancelli ♦
Marilyn, as with any product there have been many innovations and improvements over the past ten years. The Crown Jewel you sleep on now is no longer made because there have been so many innovations. Your best bet is to go into your local Sleep Shop that has a good reputation and try out today's new models. I personally think the Serta iSeries is the best made mattress today with many comfort feels available and it is an innerspring mattress that does carry today's best warranty ~ 25 years. This is only my personal opinion with my 30+ years experience. I'm not in your market and I don't sell on line so I have nothing to gain by telling you this other than trying to be helpful. Sealy and Simmons both make very nice beds also that have many of today's new innovations. You should do yourself a favor and try the Tempur-Pedic and iComfort models also as they most likely weren't around last time you shopped for a mattress. Good luck!
answered Mar 01 '13
Ken Mazda ♦
Sealy Gel Series
answered Feb 15 '13
Phil Kline ♦
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