Bed In A Box Mattress Reviews

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The original Bed in a Box offers five different types of mattresses -- Silk Symphony and Adagio Hybrid are the newest. If you are looking for selection, then look no further!

Mattress Score

Overall Score: 8.6/10

Customer Satisfaction: 8.8/10

Price Value: 8.9/10

No Back Pain: 8.8/10

Price: $649-$2598

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Bed In A Box's Specifics

Quality of Materials

Bed in A Box makes two different lines of mattresses: their memory foam and multi-comfort, which is their hybrid line. All of their mattresses are made with CertiPUR-US foams so that they don't off-gas toxins.

The pros: High quality foams and a good variety of options between lines.

The cons: Higher priced bedding than many other mattress in a box brands.

Mattress Types

We'll go through both of Bed in A Box's lines in detail below.

Memory Foam

Bed in A Box offers three different memory foam mattresses in a box. The big differences are the cover of the bedding as the main comfort layers are the same. What's the same in each of the offerings are the following: the top layer of 3'' of 'CoolRest' foam followed by the base layer, 8'' of 'Sure Align' support foam. The differences in the covers are not that substantial. From low price to high price: the PacBed has a thin breathable polyester cover, the Tranquility has a Tencel moisture wicking cover, and the Serenity has a 2'' CoolRest adaptive cover for added plush feel and cooling.

The pros are the thickness and the quality foams that are used.

The cons are that the pricing is higher than many other memory foam varieties and some complain the cover options aren't worth the price markup.

Price Range: $649-$2598

Final Score: 8.2 / 10

Multi-Comfort

The multi-comfort line is a hybrid mattress with memory foam on top and pocket coils below. The Adagio has 1'' of CoolRest foam on top, 1'' of slow-recovery memory foam that helps with pressure point relief, two 1'' layers of support foam, and individually wrapped coils and reinforced coils on the base.

The pros: Multiple firmness options in one mattress and good blend of hybrid offerings (with an affordable pricepoint for entry)

The cons: Some reviewers complain that the bed is too soft (though Bed in A Box recommends flipping it for firmer option).

Price Range: $950-$2199

Final Score: 9.0 / 10

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Too firm

I had great hopes for this bed; however, it is just too firm. Our former memory foam mattress lasted about 7 years, and my husband and I were beginning to have lower back pain because the bed had broken down and was too soft. Prior to that happening; however, we were very happy with the bed. Unfortunately, the manufacturer was no longer in business or we would have just purchased another.

After lots of research of reviews, etc., on the internet, I settled on the pacbed original 11." I was a little concerned about the only complaints being that the bed was too firm, but I thought we would try it and we could also buy a topper if it was too firm. First, the gel memory foam on the pacbed is different from our former bed, which conformed to your body. The gel memory foam simply depresses where you lay, more like a traditional spring form mattress, instead of enveloping your body. In addition, the three inches is not sufficient because you end up depressing through to the support foam, which is very hard. For reference, I am 5'7" and 145 lbs. Both my husband and I have had hip pain since purchasing this bed, and I can no longer sleep on my stomach. I have forced myself to sleep on my side with a pillow between my legs, which is the only way I can sleep comfortably and not wake up in pain.

We bought a 3" memory foam topper that was returnable (through another vendor) to get us through the 60 trial period, but it has made our bed ridiculously high (14") and while it does help relieve the pressure points, it just does not measure up to our old bed as far as comfort goes, and I still have issues with my arms falling asleep when I sleep on my stomach. Sigh. Unfortunately, this is going back when our trial is up in 30 days.

I also find it odd that I cannot figure out how to leave a review on their site. Perhaps they don't let you review until the full 60 days has past.

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