Brooklyn Bedding LLC is the manufacturer for my queen size mattress and box. It's 80 inches long and 61 inches wide... It's latex. It's great. But I can't get anyone on the line to give me the weight... I'm sorry for a silly question. It also must be a tough question, because I can't find out...LOL.

Thank you, Sache

asked Feb 07 '12
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Sache S from Sun City West, AZ
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Sache, the standard dimensions for a queen is 60" wide x 80" long. As far as the weight, you would need to contact the retailer or manufacturer to get an exact number.

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Sache, As with all mattresses the composition and thickness will cause a drastic weight varience. If the mattress is composed entirely of latex foam it will weigh more - if it has a poly foam base layer this will reduce the weight depending on the thickness of each layer. The only way to get a true weight (other than weighing it your self) is to contact the manufacture. There is no way anyone could possibly provide an accurate weight without specific details that only the manufacture would know. Sorry I couldn't be of moree help.

answered Feb 08 '12
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Buying a mattress is like buying meat at the meat market. The more per pound it weighs, the denser it is. Density is equal to longevity. It's the difference between angel food cake and pound cake. Angel food cake reminds me of polyurethane foam typically a 1.9 lb density., Tempurpedic (tm) is proud of their 5.3 lb density, compare that to a firm Dunlop latex layer (100% all natural) 40 lb density from Savvy Rest and already you are at a mattress that last 8 times longer! If you compare weight before you spend your hard earned dollar just like going to the meat market, then maybe you can get a mattress that isn't going to break down in 5 - 7 years! Giving you a good return on investment.

answered Feb 21 '12
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Sache, The previous response is correct, you would need to contact the manufacturer or weigh it yourself if you really need to know. But I would estimate that most queen latex mattresses will range from 75 to 125 lbs and queen foundations are probably around 50 lbs. Good luck, Jeff

answered Feb 07 '12
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