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I'll answer this question like this: I am 6'5'' and weigh 280 lbs. This is the most comfortable mattress I have every slept on. Now with that said, it sleeps very warm. I've recently bought sheets with a higher thread count (1250 from 500) that are "cooling" and that has help tremendously. I would still recommend this… see more I'll answer this question like this: I am 6'5'' and weigh 280 lbs. This is the most comfortable mattress I have every slept on. Now with that said, it sleeps very warm. I've recently bought sheets with a higher thread count (1250 from 500) that are "cooling" and that has help tremendously. I would still recommend this mattress to anyone I knew. see less I'll answer this question like this: I am 6'5'' and weigh 280 lbs. This is the most comfortable mattress I have every slept on. Now with that said, it sleeps very warm. I've recently bought sheets with a higher thread count (1250 from 500) that are "cooling" and that has help tremendously. I would still recommend this mattress to anyone I knew.
TheBigLeBarneski
· June 25, 2018
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It is not made of latex
Sleep Cheap Furniture
Seller · July 17, 2018
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In the instruction manual it states it could take up to 48 hrs to fully inflate. I’m waiting that long to get the best results. So hard to wait though! (;
Ashley
· September 19, 2019
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I would say this bed is firm. I love it! I have 2.
Boo
· September 26, 2020
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Well, in my case... We tried the bed in the store. At the time it seemed somewhat comfortable. Upon arrival and a couple of weeks after we realized it was way to firm. We ordered it on Amazon so we called and explained we were not happy with the bed and it was a sort of health issue. Needless to say they refunded the b… see more Well, in my case... We tried the bed in the store. At the time it seemed somewhat comfortable. Upon arrival and a couple of weeks after we realized it was way to firm. We ordered it on Amazon so we called and explained we were not happy with the bed and it was a sort of health issue. Needless to say they refunded the bed cost. They said to dispose of the bed if we wanted to. After the fact someone came to pick it up but did not realize Amazon never relayed the message we could do what we wanted with it. see less Well, in my case... We tried the bed in the store. At the time it seemed somewhat comfortable. Upon arrival and a couple of weeks after we realized it was way to firm. We ordered it on Amazon so we called and explained we were not happy with the bed and it was a sort of health issue. Needless to say they refunded the bed cost. They said to dispose of the bed if we wanted to. After the fact someone came to pick it up but did not realize Amazon never relayed the message we could do what we wanted with it.
Josue Martinez
· September 13, 2018
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Hello, If you are planning on using a platform bed or roll slats you do not need a box spring/foundation. However, if your bed does not have the proper support your mattress will fail. Thank you, Daniel
Ashley Furniture
Manufacturer · November 7, 2018
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No. It is 9 inches of support foam with a 2 inch layer of memory foam on one side.
a.c. davis
· August 1, 2019
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The 12 inch is a firmness grade A, meaning, firm as hell. I weigh 130 pounds and it's not enough to make it contour to my shape. For me it feels like I'm sleeping on a rugged floor. However, I popped a memory form topper on it and it's perfect now. I have a bad back so firm is better. But honestly, grade A is too firm … see more The 12 inch is a firmness grade A, meaning, firm as hell. I weigh 130 pounds and it's not enough to make it contour to my shape. For me it feels like I'm sleeping on a rugged floor. However, I popped a memory form topper on it and it's perfect now. I have a bad back so firm is better. But honestly, grade A is too firm pending your weight. see less The 12 inch is a firmness grade A, meaning, firm as hell. I weigh 130 pounds and it's not enough to make it contour to my shape. For me it feels like I'm sleeping on a rugged floor. However, I popped a memory form topper on it and it's perfect now. I have a bad back so firm is better. But honestly, grade A is too firm pending your weight.
Ana
· February 26, 2020
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They are attracted to the plastic wrapping on the mattress.
Nanabanana
· August 28, 2019
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I have to assume anyone who answers no doesn’t actually live with Fibromyalgia. All the research shows that memory foam beds are best for Fibro sufferers. This mattress has made all the difference for me! I’m finally sleeping without pain and discomfort. I highly recommend it for anyone with Fibromyalgia.
J. Lopez
· October 10, 2019