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Tempurpedic? Casper? Purple? Any Reviiews?

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Replies to: Tempurpedic? Casper? Purple? Any Reviiews?

  • NEPatsGirlNEPatsGirl Registered User Posts: 2,135 Senior Member
    Thank you.
  • LindagafLindagaf Registered User Posts: 6,752 Senior Member
    We have never slept on a box spring and our beds are all platform style with proper support frames. Tour current mattress is memory foam and is great on a platform, but the previous mattress was a traditional style and was also good on a platform.
  • KajonKajon Registered User Posts: 4,358 Senior Member
    We bought a queen Purple bed and base a few months ago when we turned S1's room into a guest room. When H is having trouble sleeping he heads to the Purple bed and is out like a light. S2's GF came to stay for a long weekend and asked what kind of bed it was because this was the first time in years that she has slept through the night. S1 came home for a weekend and really like it.

    The base is very sturdy. Because there is no box spring, there is a ton of room underneath for storage. A traditional bedskirt/comforter may not work with this set up.





  • doschicosdoschicos Registered User Posts: 13,957 Senior Member
    For those who might be looking for latex, we tried out PranaSleep brand. Didn't go that route but they were comfy.
  • SlitheyToveSlitheyTove Registered User Posts: 6,323 Senior Member
    We bought a Brooklyn Bedding Company bed-in-a-box latex mattress for our guest room. It is comfortable, but not as comfortable as our latex mattress bought from a local manufacturer. Bought D2 the same Brooklyn Bedding mattress; she's very happy with it.

    My understanding is that foam mattresses do best with some kind of non-solid foundation, be it slats or some sort of box spring. We purchased foundations from the manufacturer for both our BB mattress and our local manufacturer mattress. Both are essentially a very low-rise slatted box.
  • bookwormbookworm Registered User Posts: 7,598 Senior Member
    Recently I bought 2 Simmons Black Memory Foam. It has the coolant feature. I didn't get the hybrid as it was thicker, and I bought an adjustable bed frame. Very happy with it
  • atomomatomom Registered User Posts: 4,318 Senior Member
    13 years with our Tempurpedic. Still love it. And it was H's idea, not mine.
  • Mom22039Mom22039 Registered User Posts: 462 Member
    We spend so many nights in hotels, we got the Marriott Bed in January.
  • BunsenBurnerBunsenBurner Registered User Posts: 31,951 Senior Member
    Marriott bed is Mr.'s second choice after Tempur. That's the only hotel bed he does not complain about one cent. :)
  • cnp55cnp55 Registered User Posts: 3,706 Senior Member
    I have a Tuft and Needle -- bed in a box -- king size. Love it. I kept the old box springs and put it on top. It could have gone on a platform.
  • treemaventreemaven Registered User Posts: 267 Junior Member
    We bought a Saatva Loom & Leaf this summer and really like it. Hubbie’s heavy tuning no
    longer pulls on my back; my tossing and turning no longer bothers him; and best of all my low back pain is soothed.

    The order was easy, the delivery and old mattress removal perfect, and the price was great!
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