Mattress. Wednesday , September 27th , 2017 - 13:00:25 PM
Are there any major criticisms of the Serta Perfect Sleeper? Well, like all spring mattresses it needs to be turned often. If they aren't flipped then sagging will occur. Flipping can be quite difficult as the mattress is very heavy, so not a good option for someone frail or with back problems. Also, all Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses come with a 10 year warranty. However there have been claims that Serta doesn't always honor it, claiming that lumps and sagging is caused by misuse.
I really have to disagree on this. In Europe, boxsprings are almost unheard of and we don't seem to hear them complaining. Also, with a mattress like a Stearns and Foster, that is sometimes more than 12" thick and needs two people to carry it, it really ought to be good enough to support the sleeper. Other companies, selling latex and memory foam mattresses, don't recommend a boxspring, so why Stearns and Foster recommends one for its innerspring and latex versions is debatable. I sometimes wonder if it's just a ploy on making more money by making customers believe they need this 'extra' support.
Overall, the argument of latex vs memory foam topper is little pointless. There are many similarities to the products. Both for example provide your back and body with good support. The memory foam isn't completely natural whereas the latex topper is. People who have memory foam love them - and people who have latex love them too. I think the best thing to do is look at your budget and see what it most affordable - memory foam is the cheaper option.
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