Purple 4 Mattress Review
If you’re looking for a new bed, you should look into the Sealy Purple 4-Pillow mattress. Purple is one of those colors that looks good anywhere, even on plastic. Even better, you don’t have to sacrifice luxury and top-of-the-line construction for the look. This is a luxury mattress made of the most durable polyester in the industry. It has memory foam, giving it support and eliminating pressure points.
The best thing about this mattress is that it is hypoallergenic, making it ideal for those people with sensitive sleep patterns or allergies. You can get this mattress for about half the price of other leading brands like Sealy, Serta, Mattress Warehouse, etc. The Sealy Purple 4-Pillow review we did look at several mattresses from this brand. Here’s what we found:
-Sealy Purple mattress is the only “durable” mattress from this company that doesn’t have an “inversion” option. This is good for heavy stomach sleeping, where the mattress tends to flex and cause pain for some people. The “Inversion” option on other models can be too uncomfortable. So, be careful of trying to inflate the Sealy mattress with air alone. You can overdo it can cause a “pinched feeling” in your back. However, if you’re heavy stomach sleeper, it’s worth looking into trying out an Inversion model from this brand.
-There are only three sizes of beds for the Purple line, all of which are made using the same polypropylene molds. The “regular” is about the largest, while the “petite” is only slightly smaller. The “standard” is the middle size, and the “large” is the largest of the three. All the beds have a removable inner spring base, so the “core” of the mattress has nothing to do with how long the mattress will last. That being said, the core is still important to some people because it provides support to their backs.
-The “Thick Membrane” used by Sealy is a bit different than most other companies. It seems to work better, in terms of how it resists getting worn down quickly, compared to traditional innerspring mattresses. Also, the “Thick Membrane” is resistant to “bacterial growth”, giving you peace of mind. Also, the “Thick Membrane” is good at keeping “all-weather” wear and tear from affecting your bed.
-The “Pocketed Coil” technology is something that you won’t find on many other beds. It consists of a series of tiny holes that are layered atop of each other. These small holes, when lined up just right, create an airtight seal, so that air can’t pass through the cover layer. This is what makes these mattresses such a great choice for people who suffer from allergies, because there is no chance of them getting moldy or other types of harmful bacteria.
– Purple mattress reviews generally tend to focus more on the design features of the beds, but this one definitely takes the cake. There are no coil springs here, as all of the weight is placed upon the inner core. The inner core also acts as the “sizer”, which helps distribute the weight evenly throughout the entire mattress. This allows each of the four layers to be of the highest quality and provide the sleeper with a truly comfortable bed.
Overall, these beds are an excellent choice for anyone suffering from back pain. They are a bit on the expensive side, but they pay for themselves quickly with the comfort that is provided to the user. They are also known for being very durable and able to take a lot of wear and tear, while still maintaining their original shape. The best thing about them, however, is that because there are two layers instead of just one, you get a much better night’s sleep and avoid having to flip over every couple of nights due to extreme neck and back pain due to improper sleeping posture.