""Mattress Reviews"" – Google News
A new premium memory foam mattress with adjustable air flow; a more expensive boutique-brand innerspring that might disappoint back sleepers; and two foam mattresses from discounters that made our list of the best mattress choices are among the highlights of the latest round of comprehensive mattress reviews from Consumer Reports.
Our tests of 24 mattresses evenly spaced on innerspring and memory foam combine the best aspects of people and machines to measure a mattress’ ability to maintain the body’s natural curves when either lying on your side or on the Lie back. In addition to other tests that mimick eight years of use, we measure how spring cores resist transmitting impact through the mattress – for example, from one partner’s side to the other. And with memory foam mattresses, we evaluate the rotatability, which is not a matter of course with some models.
At $ 3,000, the Sleep Number Innovation Series i8 Bed Pillowtop costs more than many others. Not only does this Sleep Number offer impressive side sleeper support, it was also the only mattress in our reviews with top notch back support. As with other Sleep Number beds, it includes an air-filled layer under the foam sheet and you can adjust the firmness with a remote control. We tested it with two different strength layers and found both to be particularly supportive. Even partners with different hardness preferences can adjust their half of the bed independently.
But you don’t even have to spend a third of it to get adequate side and back support. The $ 800 Novaform Memory Foam Collection Serafina 14 “is a mattress you can neither see nor try at Costco and has side support. Another choice: Bob’s Discount Furniture Bob-O-Pedic 11” Firm, also 800 US -Dollars, wasn’t so good for back support, but just as good for those who mostly sleep on their side. As with the Sleep Number, you can order the Bob-O-Pedic in different degrees of hardness for couples with different preferences.