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Restonic Healthrest Memory Foam User Reviews

Healthrest Memory Foam

Brand: Restonic
Type: Memory Foam

Restonic Healthrest Memory Foam

Does Not Last!!!!!

May 6, 2012 8:03 pm
Location: ponchatoula, la
After we lost our home in Hurricane Katrina, we had to replace everything. We purchased a memory foam bed from Restonic that had a 20 year warranty. After a couple of years, there were large indentations where we slept. We kept the mattress for a total of 6 years and could no longer tolerate it. Today, we purchased a sleep number bed P6 and it will be delivered in a couple of weeks. A neighbor of ours also had purchased the Restonic, and when they called the manufacturer to complain, they said that they had to ship it back to thee manufacturer (which would be expensive as it weighs a lot) and then they would ship a new one.

Date Purchased: 0706
Price Paid: $2000
Recommend: No
Good for a couple of years

Weight, dents after a couple of years

Restonic Healthrest Memory Foam

You get what you pay for!!!

Apr 12, 2008 2:58 pm

Joined: Apr 12, 2008
Points: 15
We bought a Restonic Health Rest memory foam mattress from a furniture store that was going out of business!! BIG MISTAKE!! In as little as 1 year, the mattress started showing deep depressions where we slept, and spinning it did not help. We bought a new box spring, which helped a little, and kept sleeping on it anyway.

Well, in January 2008, it was so bad we bought a Serta Tavi (cheap mattress) to go under the Health Rest mattress, and on top of the box spring. This helped a little, but only lasted until March 2008. Then we finally bought a new Stearns & Foster, which is much much better (so far).

Date Purchased: 12/2005
Price Paid: $600
Recommend: No
Wonderful sleep for the first year!! The mattress was supportive yet soft.

Deep depressions in center of the foam after one year. We rotated the mattress constantly, and the whole center still did not hold up. Buy a NAME BRAND mattress and pay good money for it (i.e. Sealy, Serta, Stearns & Foster)!!!!!

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