Sleep Science Mattress Reviews – Do They Really Work?
Do you have a need for a new mattress and don’t know where to turn for information on various sleep science mattress reviews? This article can provide the answers that you need. We’ll examine what makes a good mattress, how to avoid common problems with mattresses and provide an overview of Sleep Science’s “No Click system.” When reading this article you should have at least some basic knowledge of mattress mattresses. However, if you are completely new to them, I would suggest checking out some sleep science mattress reviews first before proceeding.
The best features of Sleep Science Mattresses from the most informative review we could find are: 20-year limited warranty. Satisfy the Federal flame retardancy (flame resistant) standards. Available in many different sizes.
Among the many mattresses we reviewed, a few had a reputation for being especially comfortable. Some were firm, but not crushing, others were lightweight. All of them had good firmness and if you prefer a medium or firm feel in a mattress, most sleep science mattresses fall somewhere between. They tend to be very comfortable, but not enough firmer or softer than others to be really effective.
A few other features that seemed to be common among all the sleep science models that we tested were ease of cleaning and size. The memory foam mattresses seemed to require the least cleaning effort and required almost no storage time. And the larger sizes were available in sizes from extra large through X-L. There was also no noticeable difference in size when we compared queen size sleep pads to king size. These factors make the queen memory foam mattress the best choice for sleeping comfort.
One last category includes sleeper type models. The sleeper type of mattress allows people to get a good night’s rest by turning their back on top of it. Most of the sleepers we reviewed have slats of fabric extending from side to side along the length of the mattress, allowing the sleeper to prop her or his legs up and lie back. This gives the sleeper type of mattress a “breathe” like feel and makes the bed very comfortable.
Some of the other features we wanted to look at were the thickness of the mattress and the firmness of the mattress. We reviewed a couple of mattresses with a depth of about three inches deep and the others were between one and two inches deep. Some of the three-inch models had thicker layers of foam on the innermost layers. And some of the two-inch deep mattresses had thicker layers of foam on the surface of the inner foam layers. So in looking at the different mattress types, most of the sleepers we reviewed preferred a thickness of between three and two inches deep for a good night’s sleep.
The second feature we looked at was whether the mattress was made from a memory foam or a machine washable material. Sleep Science has developed a special product called Phaser that is comprised of a special chemical compound called Tempur-Pedic. The mattress is designed with the tempur-pedic compound as its main active ingredient. The company markets a product called the Serenite mattress as the best night’s sleep available and as an alternative to the traditional memory foam mattress, the Serenite machine-washable mattress is supposed to perform even better.
In our review, we found that the Serenite mattress performed well. It provided an excellent amount of support, held the feet to the proper level of the body, held the body up while sleeping, kept the heat away from the head and allowed airflow through the material to keep the air in during cool nights. It also has a weight management system built in, which allows the product to provide a very comfortable feel during the night and a medium firmness during the waking hours. For the cost it offers, it’s one of the best selling mattresses of all time.