John of Radnor, writes:
Hey Peter, I've had the same bed for over 24 years. It's rag tag, mushy, lumpy, stained, sagging and generally mishappen. So I'm in the business of looking for a new one. I've gone to these so called sleep centers and some department stores (which are much more agreeable) and have become more confused that I ever thought possible. Which is better latex or synthetic rubber. I thought latex was synthetic rubber. Anyway, here's the story. Divorced 10 years ago. Won the bed in the custody battle. Met a girl 6 years ago. Dumped her after a month. No issue with the bed. Met a woman about 1 year ago. She wants a new bed (rightfully so). I want to hang on to this one so we've been bed shopping. She likes the soft, plush euro tops. I like the tight, firm latex (rubber) tight tops. A king won't fit in the room so we're looking at queens. Twins are out of the question. JcPenney had the best selection and price so far. But price is not the issue. What can you suggest?
TMI John, TMI. Synthetic latex is state of the art. We have all 6 Sealy SpringFree models for you to try, just over the bridge in Cherry Hill, NJ. The firm is likely to be too firm for her. The starting Beachside model has more of a medium feel, which I'm sure she'll find more comfortable.
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