Great quality with some real drawbacks

I'll start by saying that I bought the firm version (because that's what I usually sleep on and prefer). However, this mattress reads as extra-firm with some slight cushion on top. Almost right away, I added a $300 foam topper to keep my hips and shoulders happy. The topper also has helped to alleviate my obsession with the uneven compression of the mattress foam on top. The mattress has no grips/handles and is very, very heavy, so it is hard to turn/rotate regularly. The sides are very supportive. The mattress is so deep that it's getting hard to find sheets that fit. The trend in mattresses is thinner foam. I really do love my bed now, and would recommend Wink as a quality mattress, as long as the buyer 1) has the strength and grip to move it, 2) orders the correct firmness/softness.

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Pros:
  • Appearance
  • Overall Support
User also said: The quality, the look, the support.
Cons:
  • Maneuverability
  • Surface Integrity
User also said: The lack of cushion. Difficult to move due to weight, size and lack of handles.
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Ratings from this Sleeper

Back Support

User rated this bed:
Good Back Support

Pressure Relief

User rated this bed:
Fair Pressure Relief

Sleep Quality

User rated this bed:
Slightly better Sleep
Previous mattress was:
Innerspring / Traditional

Stays "Cool"

User rated this bed:
Excellent "Coolness"

Value

User rated this bed:
Good Value
Price paid (approximate):
$1,200

Warranty Service

User rated this bed:
Excellent Warranty Service

Softness Level

User rated this bed:
Slightly too hard