MemoryFoamMattress.org is proud to offer memory foam mattress reviews, ratings, and comparisons to help you make an informed decision when buying a memory foam mattress. With the help of Dr. Rick Swartzburg, D.C., a chiropractor and VP of Development for Relief-Mart (manufacturer of Selectabed, TempFlow, and Snuggle-Pedic mattresses), we have reviewed the material on the following mattresses and even tested some of them personally. The result: A better understanding of what they are really selling and whether they really offer what they claim. Keep in mind that some of these companies may not give out important information like ILD ratings, but you can and should inquire before making the purchase. If you have any questions regarding any memory foam or other foam mattress types, you can contact Dr. Rick Swartzburg personally.
Overall, judging by customer reviews and independent reviewers, if you want an all-latex mattress, the Spindle Mattress is a good one for the price. Spindle does let you know if, by your measurements, sleeping position, and preferences, the Spindle Mattress might not be your best option.read more
Saatva, whose signature product is the Classic Luxury Innerspring Mattress, also makes the Loom & Leaf, a memory foam mattress, and Zenhaven, an all-natural, all-Talalay latex mattress.read more
Comfortaire: The Original Adjustable Air Support Sleep System Rival for Waterbeds In 1981, waterbeds had been on the mattress market for about a decade. Because of their pressure relief, they were still gaining in popularity, but not for long. A rival to...read more
Classic Corporation began making waterbeds in 1971. This was 20 years before the introduction of memory foam mattresses. Classic Corp. rode the wave to the top as the leading producer of fluid support for sleep. The peak of the wave was in 1987, when 22% of mattress sales in the United States were waterbeds. Waterbed sales, including Classic’s, was still a sizable portion of the American mattress market in 1992, when Sweden’s Fagerdala World Foams established Tempur-Pedic in Lexington, KY to market tempur (memory foam) mattresses in North America. By the end of the decade, sales of waterbeds had declined significantly.read more
The DynastyMattress site is extremely simple, apparently low-cost. But their mattresses are among the top dozen selling brands and the ninth rated brand of memory foam mattresses on Amazon.read more
The name of this memory foam mattress suggests that it will lull a person to sleep. Judging by customer reviews, a majority of owners feel like that is what it does. That is what Lull CEO Sven Klein wanted when he and his wife shopped for a new mattress.read more
Michael Hughes founded PlushBeds in 2007 in California. It was incorporated in 2015. It is one of the senior companies when it comes to making and selling boxed mattresses online.
In an interview with Joe Auer of review site Mattress Clarity, Michael Hughes of PlushBeds said he and his wife had trouble finding an environmentally friendly mattress in local stores, so they looked up mattresses online. Very few websites, like those of Tempur-Pedic and other established brands, were well done with good information (but high-priced). Lesser-known brands were inconsistent, unreliable, and not original.
HIBR has made a dent in the markets for pillows and memory foam mattresses. Most of this is due to their innovation in materials technology and design. Their first mattress draws on a concept initiated by Dr. Swartzburg, but with innovative applications.read more