We were at a store buying a mattress for our 4 year old and decided to look around for ourselves as our old Tempurpedic was getting really worn. This model was recommended to us by the sleep specialist based on our body types and sleep positions and preferences, and of all the mattresses he showed us, this one felt the best aside from the expensive latex ones. We purchased on impulse, buying the same day because it was on sale. I am a very curvy female side sleeper who likes SOFT beds, and this was supposed to be the softest ("most conforming") in the store. The new one that was delivered was as hard as a rock and after two weeks, I wanted to exchange. My husband liked it so we decided to keep it longer and see it through the break in period. We are two months in and I now have femoral nerve pain shooting down my leg thanks to this torture contraption. We have one of the "expensive latex ones" coming tomorrow and I've been counting down the number of "sleeps" left like a child before Christmas. The top layers of this bed do feel somewhat soft and comfy, but the springs underneath are hard and do not indent to allow your body to align correctly. This might be totally fine for someone who's a back/stomach sleeper or who has a straighter frame, but even my no-hipped husband has decided he also hates it and it's causing him pain. I will concede that it could be that we've been sleeping on a Tempurpedic for many years prior to this, but we're done with innersprings forever.

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Back Support

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Very Poor Back Support

Pressure Relief

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Poor Pressure Relief

Sleep Quality

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Much worse Sleep
Previous mattress was:
Memory Foam

Stays "Cool"

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Good "Coolness"


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Good Value
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Softness Level

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Much too hard