Therapedic mattresses are recommended by 38% of owners on GoodBed (based on 68 ratings + 10 reviews).
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I have 2 3.5 inch dents in the mattress, and our backs are killing us. No help from company, an unfortunately we don't have money to replace right now. Horrible mattress!!
I bought a the exquisite mattress and return the first one the smell of chemicals so horrifically strong.
The store send a second one which smells less but the chemical smell is there.
Please do not buy this brand of mattress.
My 1st therapedic was replaced after 3 months due to sleeping in a hole. Mistake made
by purchasing the same mattress again(who would have thought it could happen again.)
My husband and I noticed we were sinking again but waited a year to call the furniture company. Not that it mattered. They measure your mattress and tell you it has sunk an inch, not enough for any kind of credit. The mattress should be measured after you get
out of bed, trust me it is more than an inch. My husband and I are sleeping in craters and we are not big people. We both have back and hip pain from this nightmare mattress.
Calling Sleep International was a waste of time, THEY DO NOT CARE. The customer service rep
was a cold fish. All we wanted was a fair savings on a better mattress(which we should have bought from the start). I was told I could bring the mattress to their company in Tampa and they would look at it. We live in Citrus County. Of course they would measure an inch by the time we lugged it up the Suncoast parkway. The Therapedic pillowtop mattress is a nightmare and I will never deal with Sleep International again.
At first this mattress was comfortable. That didn't last long! I have a huge hump in the middle of the mattress. Big bulges throughout. My husband who weighs 195 has a massive concave on his side of the bed. Don't buy this mattress!!! BIG DISAPPOINTMENT.
After 3 years, we have to go buy a new mattress. It is so uncomfortable, we cannot even stand it anymore. Huge "puff" of fabric towards the top middle, and sagging horribly in the middle. Our backs are killing us.
Then the seams came apart and the springs snapped. We couldn't afford another new mattress so for 5 years i spent in pain. When I moved out of the bed after tossing every 2 minutes I had enough. No pillow could help me. If it wasn't for the springs going so fast I would have loved the bed. There was a lump in e middle I moved to when my husband got up in the morning. Only spot I could sleep. It was very comfortable at first and I loved it. But not made to last at all.
This is the worst mattress I have ever owned. Bought it new from Conn's in June 2011 (15 months ago) and the mattress is already collapsing/caving in. The box spring squeaks and creaks every time you move on the bed. It is so loud I can hear my husband getting up from across the house WITH OUR BEDROOM DOOR SHUT! The box spring is so loud that I thank God that my daughter sleeps with her Ipod on because I sure she would know every time we had sex otherwise. I wish I had done a lot more research before buying the piece of crap bed because I threw away close to $ 700.00. We were stupid enough to let the salesman at Conn's talk us into this "Antrgua" set and all I can say is it really should have come with a "buyer beware statement" that let us know it was CRAP. I have never been more unsatisfied with ANY purchase in my life. This thing has a warranty on it and all I can say is just refund my money because I wont own another one!
Bought this mattress direct from a manufacturers representative in a store closeout. Told him that I had severe back issues. He lied and said this was the "best bed on the market for back issues". This is the worst bed I have ever slept on! If you do not have a back problem, you will have. Lumpy, bumpy, like sleeping in a trough! Doesn't matter how big you are or how small! Called manufacturer and was told that the "manufacturer does not warranty comfort"! DON'T BUY
valley and mountain across.mattress top.very uncomformable.i cannot even sleep on mattrss.have to sleep in another bedroom.retailer told me to push down on hump and it wood eliminate mountain and valley.you guest it .it did not work. my wife and i are very displeased with product. we have actually turned the mattress with bottom on top.was no help.i have back problems was hoping . this mattress would help only increased the back problem.even tried blow air into the sides of mattress to lift out humps. nothing
If you value your health and a good night sleep, avoid a foam mattress at all costs. The foam bed is so soft it provides no back support. After a short while the mattress develops a pit in the middle where you are unable to roll from side to side. Your mid section is now positioned lower than your head and legs. If you are a stomach sleeper, forget it. Sleeping with a pillow causes a stiff neck and shoulder pain due to the height difference. To change positions, you literally have to raise your body to shift your weight to another position. This causes you to wake up constantly while losing precious sleep. I'm a side-to-side sleeper and attribute my recent back injury to the foam mattress. Over time I eventually tore disc material from my L4-L5 vertebrate requiring surgery and a long recovery. Others I have spoken with, that have a foam mattress also have back pain and lack of energy. Another downside is when you make the bed you see these two distinct deep pits left and right of center. It looks horrible. I'm Now trying an air-touch and loving it. My wife still likes a soft bed, but now she can have her head and legs at the same level as her back, without pain. I like a harder mattress and can adjust my legs lower than my abdomen, which are lower than my head. This helps settle my acid reflux and allows me to change positions easily. I feel more rested and have increased energy level.
Therapedic is a large mattress manufacturer founded in 1957 that is based in Princeton, NJ the United States.
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