A medium to firm layered mattress that has an ergonomic transition foam. It supports the back and keeps the spine aligned to lessen back pain. It's covered with a unique Celliant material that helps in blood circulation. Great for stomach and back sleepers. Size ranges from twin to split king, and prices from $999-1,898.
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Pro Comfortable to sleep on for plus-sized persons
This mattress has a medium-firm feel that's softer than most mattresses made for the plus sized. So it's comfortable to sleep on but still gives the support a heavy body needs. Most mattresses made for people weighing more than 250 pounds are too firm and uncomfortable.
Pro Promotes good blood circulation which eases muscle pain
Its Celliant cover promotes good blood circulation which eases muscle pain or soreness because it has been scientifically proven to increase oxygenation in the body which can reduce body pain. Celliant is a fabric made with 13 thermoreactive minerals that convert your body's heat into beneficial infrared energy.
Pro Very responsive when changing positions
The mattress gives a less "stuck" feeling when sleeping on it because it bounces back to its original shape in seconds and doesn't retain the previous body shape.
Pro Free to try for 100 nights
Even if you're undecided, this mattress can be tried for a hundred nights and can be returned if not completely satisfied. A full refund will be given and the used mattress donated to a local charity or recycled.
Pro Easy to fit through your door
It's delivered to you compressed and contained inside a box. A twin mattress that measures 38" x 74" x 12" is shipped in a 15" x 15" x 42" box weighing 54 pounds. A king sized mattress that is 76" x 80" x 12" comes in only a 19" x 19" x 42" box that weighs 116 pounds.
Pro Good for stomach/back sleepers, and those experiencing back pain when lying down
This mattress contains a foam layer with zones that redistributes pressure well. Key areas like the shoulder and lower back get the proper amount of support it needs.
Con Too firm for side sleepers
Since the mattress has a medium to firm foam quality, it may not be soft enough to decrease the amount of shoulder and hip pressure when you sleep on your side, which can leave you with a feeling of discomfort and even soreness.
Con Too warm
Despite its open cell structure, its memory foam composition, which is known to retain body heat, may get to be too hot and uncomfortable when sleeping in warm weather or for a long period of time.