Jun 10, 2012 7:35 AM
Joined: Jan 24, 2012
Points: 70
Ok.. am so tired of looking at all the mattresses in the world out there.. Stumbled on a Restonic and the prices are GREAT...however it is a firm one with a beautiful top and boasts the better support across the middle.. I did see these mattresses awhile back and loved the feel of them but always went back to a better known name company.. why I have no idea as I have been burned so many times in the last 4 years that now I am considering this as could it be any worse than the best that have been the worst!!!  Any positive comments would be greatly appreciated.. getting desparate at this point and need support for a painful back and hips..
Re: Restonic?
Reply #1 Jun 13, 2012 11:49 PM
Joined: Jun 13, 2012
Points: 1
theres a dealer down here in mo, and the price was 1650 for the tranquility latex bed, i called the manufacture and couldnt even get a clear answer on wether or not it is 100% latex or not, i even found out thier supplier is carpenter foam so i called them, and again no clear answer, and he even told me that he thinks theres no latex bed out there thats 100% latex, 
Re: Restonic?
Reply #2 Jul 7, 2012 4:10 PM
Joined: Jul 7, 2012
Points: 46
Glen lets get it together buddy. You have 35 post here. I'll try to sum a lot of what you need to know right here right now wink ........


I, personally, have a latex mattress (2in topper soft and 6in core firm) that I bought from foambymail(dot)com that is certified to be safe by eco-INSTITUT, I have only had it a week so I cannot recommend it 100% but I did A LOT of research before I bought it. If I was going to buy a memory foam mattress I would buy it from bedinabox(dot)com as they are CertiPUR-US® certified.


If you are going to buy memory foam only buy one that is CertiPUR-US® or Oeko-Tex® certified. Why? because when you buy a CertiPUR-US® memory foam mattress you can know, for example, that it is free of or is below harmful levels of toxic poisons and cancer causing ingredients like:


Low emission (low VOCS)



Made without ozone depleters


Mercury, Lead and heavy metal free

Made without formaldehyde



Protection for you investment:

Whether you get a latex mattress or a memory foam mattress make sure you get a really good mattress protector because latex and memory foam will break down quicker from sweat, urine, dirt, spills etc. Protect-a-bed makes good mattress protectors but they can be pricey for some people so shop around online.


Do a web search on CertiPUR-US®, Oeko-Tex®, & eco-INSTITUT for more information about their certifications.


Considering a spring mattress? Forget it! Almost all of them are made to FAIL. They are one sided so you cannot flip them to get more life out of them. Some say they put some special foam boarder around the bed so you can have more support when you sit on the edge of the bed BUT it is really to give you less springs which makes it less expensive for them to make the bed. If you sit on the edge of you bed too much and/or for to long it will FAIL. Even if they put some latex, High Resiliency foam a.k.a. HR foam, High Density foam a.k.a. HD Foam, or Memory foam a.k.a. visco-elastic polyurethane foam in the bed it is almost ALWAYS buried deep down in the mattress so they can sell you on it and with a higher price. Then they put JUNK polyurethane foam on top of it (that is why people do “mattress surgery” and cut their mattresses open and pull out all the junk foam and replace it with a latex or memory foam topper). Those polyurethane junk foam top layers will start to break down on day 1 and if you can stand it the mattress will only last you 4 years at best even though it has a 10 year warranty. During those 4 years the mattress will (pick your word) dip, crater, canoe, hammock. Your back will hurt and you will have wasted your money.


*Please note that there are some “brand” name mattress companies out there that sell latex and memory foam mattresses that ARE NOT 100% top to bottom end to end latex or memory foam. What they do is put an inch or 2 of latex or memory foam on top of a block/foundation of some “other” type of foam and call it a latex or memory foam mattress. This still may be better then having the latex or memory foam buried in the bed above the springs BUT when the block/foundation of that “other” type of foam under the latex/memory foam collapses you will need a new mattress. The only exception (there maybe others) is bedinabox which states that their, “mattresses use only HR support [base] foam with a rating of 24/32. That means a 2.4 lb density with a 32 IFD.” This appears to be the good quality foam base with high enough specs to work as a base support system to work under their memory foam.


Look for a company that is: Safe, Secure, & Accredited

1. They are Norton and/or McAfee secured to protect your information from hackers (click on their icons to verify their authenticity)

2. They have encrypted buying/purchasing like VeriSign (click on their icon to verify their authenticity)

3. Better Business Bureau Accredited OR some other internet company rating program (NOT ALWAYS A MUST)

If the company you want to buy from does not have at least points 1 and 2 above MOVE on and find another company online!

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