Sealy Posturepedic Mattress Review
The name Sealy came from the town of Sealy in Texas where a man by the name of Daniel Haynes started making mattresses from pressed cotton in the 1880’s. Sealy Corporation is the largest bedding manufacturer in North America and sells through some 7000 retail outlets. It is well known for it’s Posturepedic line of mattresses which was first introduced in 1950. [REF Sealy Mattress Reviews 2010]
Pricing for a Sealy Posturepedic queen set today ranges from $499 to $2199 in the US but depends on the retailer. There are 3 different series at this time – Preferred, Reserve and Signature.
The Preferred (queen) has a coil count of 736, sculpted foam pressure relief inlays.
The Reserve (queen) has a coil count of 782, combined memory foam and sculpted foam pressure relief inlays and stronger mattress perimeter support than the Preferred model.
The Signature (queen) has a coil count of 782, combined memory foam latex pressure relief inlays, posture channels to help support lumbar region and back of the legs and stronger mattress perimeter support than the Preferred model. You can view a large selection of Sealy Posturepedic Mattresses at Amazon.
The Sealy Posturepedic mattress can be purchased in a range of sizes and comfort levels. Sizes range from Twin to the larger California King:
- Twin Extra Long
- Full Extra Long
- Split Queen
- California King
Boxsprings are also available and come in a standard 9-inch height or a low-profile 5-inch height.
Comfort levels one can choose from include:
- Firm (substantial support)
- Cushion Firm (substantial support but with quilted softness)
- Plush (soft cushioning surface)
- Ultra Plush (enveloping softness)
Sealy also created an Orthopedic Advisory Board in 2006. The board is comprised of orthopedic surgeons, researchers and the like. Sealy claims that with the help of this board they have managed to create a “revolutionary push-back support system” that they use on all the new Sealy Posturepedic mattresses. This system apparently distributes weight away from the heavier parts of the human body thereby relieving pressure from these areas.
What are consumers saying about the Sealy Posturepedic Mattress?
Epinions gives the Sealy Posturepedic Mattress 3 out of 5 stars – out of a total of 62 reviews. Those that rated the mattress highly pointed out items such as free delivery, a feeling of support all over, and that the mattress was very comfortable. The cons mentioned by those that purchased the mattress include that the mattress is very heavy, the warranty is one-sided, and that body indentations are created after a short while. The Ciao website has only 2 reviews and gives the Sealy Posturepedic 5 stars out of 5.
There is also a Sealy Baby Posturepedic mattress that gets very good reviews. Epinions has 12 reviews and consumers have rated this mattress 5 stars out of 5, while Amazon has 5 reviews and rate it 4.2 stars out of 5. This is a fairly firm mattress with 220 coils, strong edge support (uses steel border rods) and a triple laminate fabric and non-allergenic sleeping surface. The farbric protects against bacteria, mold, mildew and wetness.
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