Serta iComfort User Reviews

iComfort

Brand: Serta
Type: Memory Foam
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Serta IComfort Insight

Serta iComfort

Aug 26, 2012 12:47 PM
Joined: Aug 26, 2012
Points: 0
I bought this mattress before I found this review sight, then I had instant regret because so many on here are unhappy with Icomfort. The first few days my back hurt a little and I was sure I'd made a mistake. Then after the first week, I found it extremely comfortable. I like a firm mattress and this wasn't quite as firm as I'd like, but almost. My biggest complaint is that my body becomes an incubator when I sleep and the mattress slept "hot" for me. Part of it is my nature, but it does sleep warmer than a traditional box spring.
I also wonder if the water proof mattress pad cancels some of the cooling effects.
I decided to return it within the 120 days--waiting about 100 days. I ended up exchanging for an Icomfort Goodnight Refined (the most firm) and the adjustible base. I would not have made this purchase initially because of the cost. I had to get used to the Insight and realize I liked Icomfort before I was willing to spend so much $$. I feel slightly guilty about the investment, but last night was the best nights' sleep I've had in awhile in the new Goodnight Refined with my head slightly elevated with the adjustible base. I will post again i a few months to give a complete revew.
The Goodnight Refined was $2500 vs $1100 base price for the Insight. It does seem cooler...for me, it is worth it. I slept last night without a mattress pad. Seems to me that a mattress pad would cancel out some of the cooling effect if the pad is waterproof. I am conflicted because I want to protect the mattress but I don't want to make it warmer. I am going to test this further and see what I think.
Date Purchased: 050612
Price Paid: $1000
Recommend: Yes

Pros:

Very comfortable
Good Support
Attractive Price Point
Pretty

Cons:

Sleeps Warm
Box Spring seems flimsy/cheap
Slightly small on bedframe
This review was modified Aug 26, 2012 by Janicekla

Aching Body

Serta iComfort

Aug 22, 2012 12:34 PM
Joined: Aug 22, 2012
Points: 0
We purchased an iComfort after testing it in the store. The one in the store felt like heaven. Even at $3,000+ we didn't hestitate. The mattress they delivered felt nothing like the one in the store. The floor was more comfortable. It was like a board. The salesman said we had to "walk on it" for approx. a week to break it in." My granddaughter, my friend and I walked on it for about 5 days. No difference. I wake up everyday aching all over. I don't think you should have to walk on a mattress to break it in for $3,000. We are exchanging it for a softer iComfort. We'll see.
Date Purchased: 8/2012
Price Paid: $0
Recommend: No

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Odor Awful buyer beware!

Serta iComfort

Aug 20, 2012 3:46 PM
Karen Pilat
Location: Syracuse, NY
Was excited to get this mattress but the first thing I noticed was heavy smell of chemicals. It made my throat burn and eyes water. I called Serta they said put it in a room for two weeks with good ventilation and walk on it a few times a day. I was told it needs to off-gas. The smell made me so sick I had to leave my home. I never slept on it and it is going back! I can't believe they don't tell you about the off-gassing period. Oh and FYI I tried to post me review on the serta site and they rejected it. Interesting! Beware!
Date Purchased:
Price Paid: $0
Recommend: No

Pros:

It looked nice and was comfortable in store.

Cons:

Smelled of heavy chemicals. Made me throat burn, headache, nauseous.