Author Topic: How did you pick your mattress... help a Mustachian pick the right mattress  (Read 16625 times)

ender

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Re: How did you pick your mattress... help a Mustachian pick the right mattress
« Reply #50 on: December 01, 2014, 09:07:03 PM »
+1 for Tuft and Needle.  I bought my king bed for $500 ($600 before promotional discounts) and I will probably never buy a mattress from any other company, ever again.

If you like a firm mattress (or feel as though you could get used to one--I did) Tuft and Needle mattresses are simple, inexpensive, durable and comfortable.

Just bought one from there for $600.

I chatted with their CSR for quite some time and she answered a lot of my questions. We both had some reservations about memory foam and it seems T&N doesn't have any of them.

Worst case we return it and try something else. Apparently only about 5% of people return them, though, according to the rep I talked with.

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Re: How did you pick your mattress... help a Mustachian pick the right mattress
« Reply #51 on: December 01, 2014, 09:33:09 PM »
When I moved out of my parents' home, they allowed me to keep the mattress I had been using. So I've slept on the same mattress my whole life and never purchased one.

A 22yr old twin mattress with the spring starting to poke out?