Sealy Latex Beds
Latex Mattresses Bearing Sealy's Mark of Quality
Sealy latex beds are generally considered as some of the best latex foam mattresses on the market.
While other top brands rule the innerspring and the memory foam departments, Sealy dominates the latex mattress department.
Although Sealy also has some very popular innerspring and memory foam beds, a lot of consumers turn to Sealy for their latex mattresses.
But which ones are the best choices? Sealy runs four different lines that carry its latex mattresses.
If you want a Sealy latex mattress, you should try to determine which of these offer exactly what you're looking for.
Sealy Brand Latex Mattress
The Sealy brand latex mattresses are the entry-level latex models from Sealy. These are the most affordable and are part of Sealy's Comfort Series.
Aside from being budget-friendly, these are known for having the same support and comfort combination present in innerspring mattresses, but enhanced by the body-conforming properties of latex foam. The mattresses come with a 10 year warranty.
One 5-star model in this series is the Della Manta Bay Plush Euro Pillowtop with a comfort scale rating of 7.
- 2 inches of Super Soft latex
- 1.5 inches of SuperSoft SealyFoam
- 6 inches of Polyurethane with a Poly core
- Versare inner panel
- 4 inches of Racetrack Perimeter edge support
- DuraTech foundation
Some consumers complain, however, that even though the Sealy latex beds are marketed as latex mattresses, they only have 2-3 inches of latex foam and up to 6 inches of polyurethane, which means the many benefits of latex foam are not maximized.
Sealy Posturepedic Springfree
Sealy's best creation ever is definitely its Posturepedic line, which consists of mattresses designed specifically to provide good orthopedic support for the important areas of the body, especially along the spine.
The Posturepedic line, however, refers to a collection of innerspring mattresses, so Sealy came up with a spin-off - the Sealy Posturepedic Springfree, an entire collection of latex mattresses with exactly the same orthopedic supportive properties of the original Posturepedic beds.
The Sealy Posturepedic Springfree mattresses are made of 100% latex core, instead of the polyurethane core used in the Sealy brand latex offers.
One of the most popular models is the Meadowcrest Ultra Plush ($2069 Queen). This is ideal for those looking for a soft latex mattress. Softness and firmness levels are matters of preference, so there are mattresses to meet these different preferences.
The Meadowcrest Ultra Plush is well loved for its ability to reduce pressure points and keep you sound asleep all night long. It has a comfort scale rating of 7, which means it is more soft than firm.
- FlameGuard quilt
- 3/4 inch Sealy Latex
- 1 inch SuperSoft SealyFoam
- 1 inch x 1/2 inch Convoluted Latex SealyFoam for the padding
- Shock Abzzorber Plus box spring foundation
- SmartLatex core
This is, however, not for those who prefer harder beds. If you want a harder bed, go for the Brasswood Firm, another great Springfree model but with more firmness than the Meadowcrest.
A lot of consumers felt cheated because of the lack of support, but the real problem was that it was the wrong mattress for their preference.
Some consumers, on the other hand, loved the comfortable cushioned feel and just the right level of support of the Meadowcrest, and those who loved it gave it the maximum 5 star rating.
Embody By Sealy Progressive Latex Mattresses
Sealy also has an innovative knack, and this showed with their creation of the Embody by Sealy line. The Embody by Sealy mattress collection includes memory foam mattresses and latex mattresses that use progressive, newly designed mattress foams.
The latex foam of Embody latex mattresses are especially designed with a focus on creating a healthy, breathable sleep environment.
The progressive latex foam uses Body Climate fabrics designed by Polartec to make sure air moves in and out of the mattress as you sleep. This new latex foam is said to be five times more breathable than traditional latex foams.
It is also hypoallergenic, resistant to dust mites and bacteria, and offers a unique pushback support that makes sure you sleep on the mattress, and not in it. The Embody by Sealy latex mattresses come with 20-year warranty.
- Patented latex Interlock System that resists body impressions
- Side pockets
- Safe and free from formaldehyde and other ozone depleting chemicals
- Some models come with extra resilient Ultra Core
This is a relatively new creation, so not a lot of consumers have tried it yet. If you want to buy one of these Sealy latex beds, you won't find many consumer reviews about actual usage and especially about durability and long-term compression.
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