Though there's no one mattress that's sure to please everyone, there are some key considerations to keep in mind when out shopping for your dream bed that will increase the chances of you getting the best mattress for your buck with the least amount of legwork.
1. Take your time
Most manufacturers don't offer a guarantee on comfort, so it's best to spend time lying on the showroom mattress to ensure confidence in your new purchase. There are a few brands that do offer a comfort guarantee, so it always pays to ask.
2. Don't shop tired
All the mattresses will feel great when you're already sleepy!
3. Don't get sucked in by sales jargon
Words like "orthopedic" don't mean very much unless they come with accreditation from a proper medical association. If you have a bad back, it's believed that a medium-firm mattress is better than a firm mattress.
4. Measure up
If you're buying a new mattress but keeping your old base, measure them both to make sure they fit well together – some mattresses aren't consistent with the sizing above.
Re: Serta iComfort Insight Firm Mattress - mattdud Yesterday 10:52 AM
Re: Which ILD latex for our height and weight? - mattdud Yesterday 10:50 AM
Re: What is the best Bed In A Box? - mattdud Yesterday 10:26 AM
Re: Trying to find a similar mattress - mattdud Yesterday 10:23 AM
Serta iComfort Insight Firm Mattress - ChristineSmith Jun 24, 2017 11:08 AM
Which ILD latex for our height and weight? - jaehoppa Jun 15, 2017 6:00 PM
What is the best Bed In A Box? - Sleepyheadnewyork Jun 2, 2017 11:49 PM
Trying to find a similar mattress - MattressPerson May 31, 2017 4:51 AM