Sealy Posturepedic Mattresses

Sealy PosturepedicSealy Logo mattresses are dubbed as number 1 most asked mattresses in America. This mattress line from Sealy has grown to be popular and is perceived as a legend in the mattress industry. Sealy has different models, but by the look of things it appears they found their gold in the Posturepedic line. This model has dominated the innerspring industry for a number of years now. Let us have a look at the qualities of the mattress that make it popular as one of the best innerspring mattresses in the market.

Company’s Promise 

Every Sealy Posturepedic® mattress is engineered to support your back fully and align your body, so you get a comfortable night’s sleep. For years, Sealy Posturepedic has worked with orthopedic specialists to create real support for your body.

The Posturepedic line from Sealy is more than six decades old and has continuously provided great mattresses that compete quite well with other products from different brands.

The reason behind creating this mattress line was to ensure that all sleepers get the best hours of sleep without the usual midnight turning and tossing. The company believes that sleep is not sleep until you rest on a comfortable mattress that takes care of you both from outside and inside.

Sleep and rest are intertwined, and this is probably the reason why Sealy works with Orthopedic Advisory Board doctors to create mattresses that provide the right support and comfort for improved rest. The result is a product, targeting all the areas of the body, recommended by orthopedic surgeons.

The following are details on how the Posturepedic mattress from Sealy manages to provide comfort and support.

The Technology

Sealy is always researching new technologies, geared towards making the Posturepedic mattresses more comfortable. All Posturepedic mattresses from Sealy are designed with the PostureTech Coils. This is paired with a system of advanced springs, made using long lasting springs that respond well and resiliently go back to the original shape. Other technologies, such and the Sense and Respond, and Dual Support, have the same objective as the PostureTech coils, however, their way to achieve that objective is somewhat different from the latter. The use of these technologies results in pressure absorption and dispersing and Pushback innerspring technology.

Collections Under The Posturepedic Line

Posturpedic Private Label

The Private Label is a collection under Sealy’s Posturepedic line and is possibly the highest quality you will get from this line. These mattresses have the classiest style and the best quality you can get for luxurious comfort and support. Apart from all the technology and design elements used to make the mattress, it comes with silk fiber, blended with natural wool. These mattresses feature the Dual Support System, a Synerflex surface that improves conformity and corrective support provided by the PostureTech technology.

The mattresses come with a thick natural latex layer, geared towards relieving pressure points and providing durable cushioning. They also reduce the tendency of sagging and forming of body impressions. The edges have Unicased TX support to increase sleeping space and prevent you from slipping off the mattress. The foundation is shock absorbent to improve support and comfort.

Posturpedic Signature

Sealy’s Posturepedic Signature model offers mattresses that provide great support and comfort and a good value for your money. This is the mattress that you go for, when you want to buy from the popular Posturepedic mattress from Sealy but do not want to spend on the Private Label Collection.

In place of the Dual Support Systems, this Collection makes use of the Sense & Respond system. This system, as the name suggests, will sense the body weight and respond accordingly to provide support in all the areas needed. This mattress will offer corrective support when it ‘‘senses’’ that the body needs it. The Signature Collection uses the same edge support, latex layer and shock absorption technology you will find in the Private Label Collection. Other materials in this collection include microfiber fabric, natural wool, and wool and silk blend.

Posturpedic Reserve Collection

This is the entry level in the Posturepedic line from Sealy. The mattress is similar to the Signature collection and uses the same Sense & Respond system. The only difference between this mattress and the other two collections is that it is not as focused on support as the other two. The comfort system for this model is provided by a combination of fibers and foams (high quality). This mattress is also cheaper than the other two collections.

The Reserve Timber Oaks is one of the popular mattresses under this collection and comes in Firm Euro, Plush Euro and ultra-plush collection.

Sealy’s Posturepedic for Kids

You can also get Posturepedic mattresses for your little one’s crib. This mattress is created to ensure that your child is comfortable and grows up with the right posture courtesy of the improved support system. Crib Posturepedic mattresses are firm enough to ensure that your baby is safe from suffocation. The mattress is getting positive feedback, which is a sign of the product meeting the expectations of people who buy it.

Sealy Posturepedic Mattress Pros

  • The Company uses edge support to increase the sleeping space and ensure that you do not fall off when sleeping close to the edge.
  • Most of the mattresses from Posturepedic model are fairly priced as compared to other mattresses from brands in the same class. You can get a mattress for anything between $400 and $2400.
  • Sealy Posturepedic mattresses use high coil count and this result in better support and comfort, offered by the conforming materials.
  • These mattresses have impressive motion isolation which ensures that you do not disturb the other person when moving or changing your sleeping position.

Sealy Posturepedic Mattress Cons

  • There are reports of the Posturepedic mattress failing to last as long as expected. Some owners have reported sagging and protruding springs within three years. The mattress has an average lifespan of about six years with frequent use.
  • Pain relief qualities are lost faster as the mattress ages.
  • There are reports of odors and off-gassing, especially when the mattress is new.
  • Mattresses that are thicker can be difficult to move around, particularly for the elderly, weak, shorter or larger people.
  • There might be some creaking and squeaking noises from the mattress in different situations.