You seem to like the Wolf Tulah Hybrid Plush Eurotop Mattress. I have a box spring. It’s about 25 yrs. old. I try to stay on my back, but tend to lean to the left as I sleep.
I’m 5’6 & 128 lbs.. I have left side of neck & shoulder issues...maybe, from leaning this direction. Can you help me find this or give me more info? Thank You, Sandra
You're just the right size for the Wolf Tulah. It's all the mattress you need.
But first, your box spring must be replaced.
I can only imagine that much of your discomfort stems from the worn out support your mattress is getting.
If your mattress is that old, as well, then there's no question as to why you're suffering.
The Wolf Tulah offer excellent support and comfort.
But it doesn't have a matching box spring and that needs to be addressed.
If you have a bed, (headboard, or headboard and footboard), that you want to keep, I suggest getting a new box spring from Costco, Sam's Club or Big Lots. They are very strong and very reasonably priced.
If you don't have a bed, or one that you care about, the Wolf Basic Black Platform Bed is a good choice.
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My 3 year old Simmons Beautyrest Plush Pillowtop mattress needs replacing.
It feels worse than the 20 year old Beautyrest that replaced it.
The store sent a man to inspect it, but they say it has normal body impressions.
So, instead of them replacing it, I have to buy a new one.
I'm never going to buy from that store, or another Beautyrest mattress ever again.
We aren't heavy people, so I don't understand what the problem is.
Anyway, we need a new mattress and I don't want to go through this again.
What would you recommend that won't do what this one did?
The problem is the memory foam in the mattress.
Your 23 year old Beautyrest had no memory foam in it, which is why it lasted so long.
All of the name brands have been sold to investors.
All name brand mattresses, and many others, are upholstered with memory foam.
Memory foam is specifically designed to cause a mattress to need frequent replacing.
Because the memory foam returns, after you get out of bed, the body impressions won't measure deep enough to prevail in a warranty, you are highly unlikely to prevail in a warranty claim...as you have discovered.
It's nothing less than diabolical.
You can, no longer, trust the mane brands to make a quality mattress.
You aren't alone. Most people are learning this lesson the hard way, as you have.
What makes the Beautyrest so popular and comfortable, is the individually pocketed coil system.
The coils contour to the shape of the body and maintain the natural alignment of the spine, which is good.
The raw steel, from which their coils are made, along with the memory foam upholstery, combine to make a poor quality mattress.
The mattress I recommend for you, is The Wolf Tulah Plush Eurotop model.
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