US-Mattress1894 karma2020-02-12 15:16:55 UTC
We're going to abstain from offering a yes or no on this one. What we can say is that there are mattresses that work better for heavier people that would hold up to your MIL's visits. Good luck!
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US-Mattress551 karma2020-02-12 19:26:05 UTC
Hello! This seems to be the most frequently asked response and to simply answer the question... mattress prices are inflated. As a mattress merchandiser, I see prices fluctuate every day. As far as the "Name Game" goes there are plenty of ways around it. We actually try to call competitors out for this and even offer a page that tries to debunk the names to allow people more information! This is a great question and its clear that many people feel this way!
US-Mattress444 karma2020-02-12 18:13:36 UTC
The material they use to make their purple grid is an elastic polymer that they color purple. That's the only unique thing to it. This material is used in bedding elsewhere but the grid is unique to them.
US-Mattress345 karma2020-02-12 15:10:36 UTC
Great question! Most regular mattresses have a 10-year lifespan. The wave of online bed-in-a-box mattresses has shortened that to 6 years if they're all-foam.
US-Mattress309 karma2020-02-12 16:37:22 UTC
The Rolls Royce of mattresses is Hästens, handmade beds from Sweden. They range from $5,000 to $40,000 just for the mattress! The closest you can get to that quality for under $1,000 would be the Beautyrest Platinum collection.
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