sempak. Bedding. September 30th , 2017.
All manufacturers are guilty of seemingly offering a confusing variety of mattresses. The mattresses may have different names from one retailer to the next but the mattresses are essentially the same. Restonic ComfortCare mattresses come in three basic models; Firm; Plush and EuroTop - Firm being the hardest and EuroTop being the softest.
But, like all manufacturers, its core business is still the innerspring mattress and currently it offers the Restonic ComfortCare mattress. There's a lot of jargon thrown about by all manufacturers and pseudo technical words and other meaningless terms are obfuscating what's on offer. Whether this has been deliberate or is the result of marketing hype is debatable. But let's try and makes sense of what the consumer is really getting.
Personally, having tried out both a Sealy Posturepedic mattress and a Restonic I could not say one was more comfortable than the other. Also, having done some research about consumers who bought both, it was impossible to say which was better over the long term.
Companies make such a big deal about the edges of mattresses. Restonic uses 'Super Edge Plus Technology' to ensure a firm edge; Sealy uses 'Unicased Edge Design'; and Serta uses 'Advanced Encasement Design'. What each of these manufacturers is trying to tell you is that they all use a piece of high density foam wrapped round the edge of the mattress to encase the springs - that's it and nothing more.
Although lying down on a pillowtop mattress may sometimes feel like lying on a fluffy cloud, it is not necessarily the best for your neck and back. Metal coil mattresses are insufficient in supporting your weight properly and proportionately, and can often leave you achy and tired during the day when you need to be on top of your game. Many customers who get tricked into purchasing a mattress like this will attempt to place a board under the coils to try to help provide them with firmer sleeping support. This practice may temporarily work, but will also shorten the lifespan of their mattress causing them, in the end, to spend more money. The experts on mattress care recommend that you avoid using hard boards under mattresses to help them last longer.
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