Thinking of buying a Sealy Posturpedic Grant? Don't. Abo...

Thinking of buying a Sealy Posturpedic Grant? Don't. About a year ago I decided to treat myself to a "great mattress." I called Macy and I was advised to buy a Sealy Posturpedic with memory and a 9 inch high box spring. From the beginning I started feeling as though I sink into the mattress. My friends started blaming me for buying a mattress with a memory. I assumed the mistake was mine and I have to live with it.The height of the mattress was also a bad idea. It didn't make it easy on me to get into the bed. 3 months ago I fell down and I decided to remove the box spring. I called Macy and they sent a US Quality technician who took some pictures in a rush and told me that my mattress is "Defective...no good." I spoke to Tracy 65192, a Macy supervisor and she told me that "manufacturer's guideline do not deem my mattress defective because it sinks less than an inch and a half' I was very angry those things were not told to me before buying the mattress. She also told me that I should buy a 5 inch box spring box. Whyyyy? Why buy more things for a defective mattress.

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Cons:
  • Retailer Service
  • Overall Support
  • Surface Integrity
  • Thickness
  • Warranty Terms
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Back Support

User rated this bed:
Very Poor Back Support

Pressure Relief

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Fair Pressure Relief

Sleep Quality

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Much worse Sleep
Previous mattress was:
Innerspring / Traditional

Stays "Cool"

User rated this bed:
Good "Coolness"

Value

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Very poor Value
Price paid (approximate):
$1,000

Warranty Service

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Very poor Warranty Service

Softness Level

User rated this bed:
Just right