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Couldn’t tell you but I weight 270and have had the mattress for 9 months and still feels fine with no “boating”.
Mark Schaar
· April 22, 2018
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6’0 235lbs here ... Summer days the bed gets annoying to be honest. I put a waterproof zippered sheet on it and weirdly it’s not uncomfortable no more with the bed sheet. Had the bed for about 8 months now I love it. Best sleep I’ve gotten in a while.
Lazy K.
· May 22, 2019
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We live in Arizona! It gets hot some nights, but we have AC all the time during the hot months when it gets to about 110 degrees during the day. At night, we are in the desert and it drops to 70 to 80, but we leave the AC on. The answer to your question is, it is cool to us here in Arizona because of the AC. Have n… see more We live in Arizona! It gets hot some nights, but we have AC all the time during the hot months when it gets to about 110 degrees during the day. At night, we are in the desert and it drops to 70 to 80, but we leave the AC on. The answer to your question is, it is cool to us here in Arizona because of the AC. Have no idea about where you are in Hawaii since we have never been there. Sorry! see less We live in Arizona! It gets hot some nights, but we have AC all the time during the hot months when it gets to about 110 degrees during the day. At night, we are in the desert and it drops to 70 to 80, but we leave the AC on. The answer to your question is, it is cool to us here in Arizona because of the AC. Have no idea about where you are in Hawaii since we have never been there. Sorry!
Clark Isaacs
· April 29, 2015
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This might not help..... To me it's both. It's soft when you first lay on it, especially compared to an innerspring traditional mattress. But it is also firm compared to other foam mattresses. It seems like the top 'gives' to conform to you, but the lower layer is firm to keep its shape so you have a support base… see more This might not help..... To me it's both. It's soft when you first lay on it, especially compared to an innerspring traditional mattress. But it is also firm compared to other foam mattresses. It seems like the top 'gives' to conform to you, but the lower layer is firm to keep its shape so you have a support base. I hope this helps :) see less This might not help..... To me it's both. It's soft when you first lay on it, especially compared to an innerspring traditional mattress. But it is also firm compared to other foam mattresses. It seems like the top 'gives' to conform to you, but the lower layer is firm to keep its shape so you have a support base. I hope this helps :)
Amazon Customer
· December 16, 2016
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Firmness level can differ from person to person, but this mattress generally is medium firm. It is a little plush on top for pressure relief and then firm underneath for great support. It has cool gel memory foam, poly gel foam, then a high density foam for support.
Classic Mattress
Seller · October 26, 2015
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I let mine air for 5 days. Just checking it each day it did seem to change a lot in firmness each of the first 3 days after that the expansion slowed if not ceased. I wouldn’t sleep on it just in case for 3 days.
Debikp
· March 2, 2018
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rosa gonzalez
· April 25, 2017
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Standard sheets fit fine on my queen size.
KayDkay
· July 31, 2015
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You *can* use a standard box spring with a foam mattress, but it significantly reduces the life of the mattress as the bottom weight will not support evenly (just like on top how a foam mattress conforms to pressure rather than distribute it like a coil mattress). You would be much better off to get a plank base or a … see more You *can* use a standard box spring with a foam mattress, but it significantly reduces the life of the mattress as the bottom weight will not support evenly (just like on top how a foam mattress conforms to pressure rather than distribute it like a coil mattress). You would be much better off to get a plank base or a thin box made to support foam. The difference is that these options have a wide surface area and do the work of distributing the weight, which a classic spring box is not as well equipped to do. Hope that helps clarify see less You *can* use a standard box spring with a foam mattress, but it significantly reduces the life of the mattress as the bottom weight will not support evenly (just like on top how a foam mattress conforms to pressure rather than distribute it like a coil mattress). You would be much better off to get a plank base or a thin box made to support foam. The difference is that these options have a wide surface area and do the work of distributing the weight, which a classic spring box is not as well equipped to do. Hope that helps clarify
Rich
· July 24, 2015
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Instructions say give it 24-72 hours to fully expand. After 60 hrs mine measured 12-1/2" so figured it was fully expanded. It was softer by then than it was immediately after I unrolled it. It is a firmer mattress than my previous one, but I do have a 4" Costco memory foam topper that makes this heavenly! I also put a… see more Instructions say give it 24-72 hours to fully expand. After 60 hrs mine measured 12-1/2" so figured it was fully expanded. It was softer by then than it was immediately after I unrolled it. It is a firmer mattress than my previous one, but I do have a 4" Costco memory foam topper that makes this heavenly! I also put a down alternative mattress cover on top of that...almost need a ladder to get into bed! Give it more time to fully inflate and see what you think. These are some tips that work for me. Good luck! see less Instructions say give it 24-72 hours to fully expand. After 60 hrs mine measured 12-1/2" so figured it was fully expanded. It was softer by then than it was immediately after I unrolled it. It is a firmer mattress than my previous one, but I do have a 4" Costco memory foam topper that makes this heavenly! I also put a down alternative mattress cover on top of that...almost need a ladder to get into bed! Give it more time to fully inflate and see what you think. These are some tips that work for me. Good luck!
Nanny
· May 9, 2018