futon. Friday , April 28th , 2017 - 14:55:53 PM
Are there any major criticisms of the Serta Perfect Sleeper? Well, like all spring mattresses it needs to be turned often. If they aren't flipped then sagging will occur. Flipping can be quite difficult as the mattress is very heavy, so not a good option for someone frail or with back problems. Also, all Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses come with a 10 year warranty. However there have been claims that Serta doesn't always honor it, claiming that lumps and sagging is caused by misuse.
For the memory foam marketeers, it's a dream come true. Despite a barrage of problems associated with the product, it has gained wide popularity. It arrived on the bedroom scene rather like the vortex no-bag system for vacuum cleaners arrived in the broom cupboard, and even became a strange but popular after-dinner conversation topic.
When buying any product especially high priced products it is very important for the consumer to do their homework before forking over their hard-earned dollars. There is a feature of mattresses that every manufacturer promotes that is not for the benefit of the consumer but is a great benefit to them. That feature is the foam-encasement feature. For those of you who are not familiar with this feature, it is the three or four inch wide foam boarder that encases the innerspring unit of a mattress. Manufacturers promote this as a feature that expands the sleep surface and firms the edge of a mattress. This is complete nonsense!
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