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I never wrote a review for the Zenhaven, and it is probably overdue. I had a regular spring mattress with a memory foam topper originally. So I decided to try a Sapira mattress. I really disliked the Aapira, I woke up with hip pain, it was just way too stiff. I also noticed that my sinuses were constantly inflammed whenever I woke up, I have a feeling it was due to off gassing from the memory foam. Long story short, I went with latex because it is as natural as you can get, no chemicals sprays to make it flame retardant, and no off gassing. The latex bed took a good couple of weeks to get used to, but in the end it is as close to a fully innerspring mattress as you are going to get without memory foam. I encourage anyone who is looking for a mattress that is coming from an innerspring to try out a latex mattress. It doesnt have to be a Zenhaven, the only reason why I chose Zenhaven was because the mattress was flip-able with different levels of firmness on each side. I think the ability to test different levels of firmness in your own home for weeks was really what sold the mattress to me.

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Pros:
  • Flip-Ability
  • Smell

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Back Support

User rated this bed:
Excellent Back Support

Pressure Relief

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Excellent 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

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Excellent Value
Price paid (approximate):
$2,400 (King) Size

Warranty Service

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Not Rated

Softness Level

User rated this bed:
Just right