Mary Ann of Gulfport, Ms. writes:
I recently purchased the Stearns and Foster Caravelle Firm Mattress. I am unable to sleep because the bed jiggles when my husband or even small daughter moves or even sneezes. It sort of makes me seasick and I have never had that problem. Do you think this is a flaw in the mattress? Is there a way to resolve that jiggle movement? We've taken the mattress off the foundation just to be sure it wasn't the foundation that wiggles. Has anyone else complained of this and can you recommend a firm mattress that won't jiggle when the wind blows? Sincerely, Mary Ann
Mary Ann, In 25 years, This paritcular complaint is a first for me. That's one of the things I like about this business. Just when you thought you've heard it all, something new and different happens. The Caravelle, which I have on my floor, has a solid feel. Given your description, something's wrong. I'm anxious to hear what the person coming to look at it has to say.
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Posted by: Peter Cancelli | Sunday, August 16, 2020 at 01:12 PM
We have this same problem! We recently got a new mattress (yesterday) from my aunt; her spare room bed set which has only been used a few times so basically brand new. I have 3 herniated disks right above my hips, so every little bit of motion transfer is very painful. I've never had such a problem! Even the tiniest movement of my partners foot causes the whole mattress to shake! We are using the same bed frame we had before, so it is 100% the mattress and not an issue of the frame being off kilter.
Posted by: TELLEHA CICHANTEK | Sunday, August 16, 2020 at 08:17 AM