R. of Roanoke, writes:
Can you tell me the difference between 2 Sealy Mattress we have been trying - The Hollister Hills plush and I think the St. Lucia plush? I have read alot on the internet and on the Sealy site but can get little info on the specs on the makeup of the comforting material is. They both feel ok in the store but there is a $200 price difference between the too. I read your info on the Cedar Rose Plush and think it is a Level G, but how does it compare the the models I mentioned above? And what does the comfort genie nubmer mean? We can't find a retailer that will give us a comfort test so we would like to get it right the first time as we don't have a big budget. We are in our late 50's and we both have lower back problems and are looking for more confort and support than the air bed we now have.
P.S. Love you website and your willingness to help the consumer.
Hi, There are a large number of model names used for the Posturepedics. The ones you mentioned aren't on either of my lists. It's too difficult to shop by model name alone. Ask what level the mattress is. The coil count is higher at level "G", which makes it a better value than the lower levels. Going much higher than that, brings you to a point of diminishing return.
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