Which one will be softer? Sealy or
May 12, 2010 11:18 PM
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Hi, I am looking at getting a new mattress for my house. I dont have a ton of money so I am looking at 2 floor models currently a furniture store aquired by me. The two mattresses are the Sealy Quaker Lane pillowtop and a Body Rhythm mattress. I believe the model for the body rythm is the Revitalize pillow top although the mattress didnt mention the model name. Im assuming it is the pillow top because this was the only pillow top model their website shows.   I can get both mattresses in a queen size for $500. I am someone who normally has a hard time falling asleep and I think a softer mattress will help. Just wondering if anyone knows which might be softer when they are fully broken in.
Re: Which one will be softer? Sealy or
Reply #1 May 13, 2010 9:06 PM
Location: L.A. area
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Rglenn1989 wrote:

Hi, I am looking at getting a new mattress for my house. I dont have a ton of money so I am looking at 2 floor models currently a furniture store aquired by me. The two mattresses are the Sealy Quaker Lane pillowtop and a Body Rhythm mattress. I believe the model for the body rythm is the Revitalize pillow top although the mattress didnt mention the model name. Im assuming it is the pillow top because this was the only pillow top model their website shows.   I can get both mattresses in a queen size for $500. I am someone who normally has a hard time falling asleep and I think a softer mattress will help. Just wondering if anyone knows which might be softer when they are fully broken in.


If you do some research here you will see that most of us believe pillowtops are not what a person should buy. Suggest you do some more research. Usually a softer mattress just means it has more cheap pu foam which will break down quickly and cause back pain.

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