Can you recommend a mattress based on my "sleep comfort" test that I took at a local Mattress store. My level is "Steel" and the mattress that was recommended was the S&F Abbey Lynn Pillowtop. The store price is $3,099 and due to a local sale I was offered $100.00 off my purchase. I still think this is way too high a price for this set, and my biggest fear is durability. I want something that I'm not going to have to replace in 5 years, especically at this outrageous price. My current complaints are saggging mattress, neck and lower back pain, don't sleep well anymore due to lack of comfort. I'm female, late 40's, weigh 150, 5'5", sleep alone in a queen size bed. Thank you for your help!
What you experienced was not a diagnostic tool, but a sales tool. It's designed to create the illusion of legitimacy to stores that are notorious rip-off artists.
The Abbey Lynn, the T grade, is the most expensive in the S&F line.
Pillowtops are terrible values, as they don't keep their shape as well.
The price for a queen set sell for $2249, from us....with free delivery and no sales tax.
However, the best spec in the S&F line is the P grade. A plush without a pillowtop sells for $1529.
The sleep test is a phoney gimmick...a shameless sales tool to aid salespeople who know little about their products.
The mattress industry, as a whole, has become inscrupulous. The greed of the large chains and the power they hold over the manufacturers are at the root of this problem.
Look for smaller companies to deal with. You'll usually find better prices, better service and more knowledgeable sales staffs....with fewer con artists.
Or, you could just buy it from us and avoid the whole mess.
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