Sealy Posturepedic Mattress Reviews

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Sealy Posturepedic

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Sealy is a common mattress that you would see in a big box mattress store or warehouse outlet. Sealy is part of a publicly traded conglomerate, Tempursealy, who owns brands such as Tempur-pedic and Stearns and Foster. If you're looking for classic, then these designs may be just right, but be prepared to take a walk to a mattress retailer or buy on Amazon.

Mattress Score

Overall Score: 6.6/10

Customer Satisfaction: 6.7/10

Price Value: 7.1/10

No Back Pain: 7.5/10

Price: $599-$1399

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Sealy Posturepedic's Specifics

Quality of Materials

The Sealy and Posturepedic brands both offer innerspring and hybrid options, while the Posturepedic Optimum brand focuses on memory foam and latex mattresses. Some complain about the quality and durability of some of these mattresses. Also, there are some complaints about the warranty.

The pros: Medium grade mattresses with a good variety of foam and innerspring options.

The cons: Reports of durability and warranty issues.

Mattress Types

Sealy manufactures four different lines of mattresses excluding the new consumer direct Cocoon mattress. These lines are the Posturepedic Optimum, Posturepedic, and Sealy. We'll go through each in detail.

Sealy

The Sealy line is the low price-point innerspring and memory foam line. There are two options of mattresses: gel memory foam and innerspring. The innerspring has two layers of foam (gel and memory foam) on top of a traditional encased innerspring coils. The gel memory foam option is two layers of foam: gel memory foam on top and a large base foam layer to provide the bed with support.

The pros of this mattress line is a competitive price point.

The cons are low quality materials compared with other options.

Price Range: $399-$1099

Final Score: 6.6 / 10

Posturepedic

The Posturepedic line offers three tiers innerspring and hybrid mattresses (memory foam and pocket coils). The three series are Posturepedic, Posturepedic Plus, and Posturepedic Premier Hybrid. The lower end has a thin layer of memory foam and larger encased coils. As you get up to the Plus and Hybrid, you get more foam and more coils for less motion transfer and a more contouring surface.

The pros: Multiple options for hybrid mattresses providing memory foam and innerspring feels.

The cons: Higher price points than similar products found elsewhere. Also there are reports of discomfort.

Price Range: $599-$2099

Final Score: 6.6 / 10

Posturepedic Optimum

The Optimum series provides six different memory foam and latex offerings with different profiles and price options. The entry level TruHarmony is two layers of foam: 2'' of cooling gel memory foam and 7'' of gel support foam.

The pros: a variety of options for latex and memory foam mattresses.

The cons: More expensive than similar mattresses elsewhere and some report that there is durability issues with some of these.

Price Range: $999-$3999

Final Score: 6.5 / 10

Browse Sealy Posturepedic Customer Reviews

It really is a top quality innerspring mattress. It REALLY is!

I did a lot of research before buying this mattress. The deciding factor was the recommendation of Consumer Reports. When I first received this mattress, in a square box, I was soooo disappointed and upset. I attempted to return it before opening it, but realized how expensive shipping would be. I returned to the website and their were no reviews but I searched some other mattresses with the same features and price points and discovered that it would, when unfolded, rise to it's full 12 inches and it did indeed have cloth covered coils (innersprings). It Did rise, and then some. I think it's about 13". Very comfortable, everything Consumer Reports said it would be. It's a little firmer than I would like it to be. It's not hard by any means, in fact it's quite comfortable and very good for my husband's back, he likes it a little firmer than I. after putting a good quilted mattress cover on, it added just the amount of plush and squish I love. I get a good night's sleep and wake with no stiffness or aches. I really like it.

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