In another thread, I reported on the disappointing performance of the Costco Spring Air Back Supporter Latex Pacifica (the most expensive choice). We bought in mid 2009 and it started getting wells after two or three years. Now the wells are very deep. It lists a small layer of "comfort foam" on the top over soy foam and latex foam.
So I'm wondering about the performance of the Costco Sleep Science Latex bed because it seems to have "ONLY" latex in it according to the specifications.
Anyone care to comment?
I was just looking at them myself, tonight and couldn't find anything online!
I originally purchased a Novafoam mattress from Costco in 2011 and it
lasted about a year and a half before sinking in the middle! Talk about painful !!!
Bought a "natural" mattress from Bed in a Box" and it lasted 2 years and three months!
I posted a complaint on Yelp or one of those "complaint" websites and they answered
asking me to call them However, upon looking up their process for customer satisfaction
they offer you a pad to put on your mattress and perhaps may even ship you another
and the 2nd mattress may have been used or has been stored a long time! So......
Not Tempurpedic......too many chemicals.......infact many of the mattresses are just
infused with chemicals so any decision on my part is still up in the air! I don't think I want to buy
from Costco because I don't really see anything I want and I'm not going to buy something
again without trying it! So.......I really have no idea! I think it's terrible that the American public
has to deal with all the impurities that they put in mattresses, it's no wonder we all have allergies
and breathing problems, rashes....etc.!!!
Do you live in a bubble? Your car on a hot day has the most harmful chemicals. Fresh paint, New carpet, Furniture; I could go on.
Not trying to be to hard on you, but when I hear this stuff, I like to point out a few examples of where you are being exposed to harmful chemicals.
At least my Tempurpedic (from what I have been told) is regulated by the FDA and under some pretty strict standards. If not, I will die very comfortable.
You want an all natural bed? Make it yourself out of cotton, wool, hay, alfalfa, etc.
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