Restonic Bed Review

Overall Rating



Your most trusted partner for a good night’s sleep.

Life Span7.8
Support & Comfort8.5
Motion Isolation9
Value for Money8.2


As an entry to the mid-level innerspring mattress, Restonic, founded in 1938, is a well-known bedding and mattress brand that is designed to offer pain relief and better health care. Now the brand has developed a whole series of products including Scott Living Mattress, Biltmore Mattress, and Comfortcare Mattress, constructed with microcoil, hybrid, foam, latex, and other materials.

Not much information has been disclosed for customers to refer to when you compare different models, especially those about thickness, firmness, or prices. In this article, we will cover as many contents as possible for you to have a general idea of the brand, about its pros and cons for example. If you are interested, please feel free to contact the online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores for more information.

Pros Cons
Many models available
Below-average longevity
Above-average warranty
Sleeping hot for some models
Firmness variety
Relatively poor edge support
Value potential
Little information disclosed

Detailed Evaluation

Basic Information of Restonic Mattress

The table below lists the price, size, and other parameters of Restonic Mattress based on what we have gathered. It contains the general information about mattresses at large.

Size Dimensions Price
Twin 38'' x 74'' $410-1400
Full 54'' x 74'' $700-1600
Queen 60'' x 80'' $800-1800
King 76'' x 80'' $1100-2400

Lifespan & Firmness

It performs not okay in the aspect of durability, which is similar to innerspring mattresses. A lot of people report the sagging problem that makes the bed uncomfortable and unsupportive. The firmness ranges from medium-soft to firm based on different models, attempting to satisfy all the needs of as many customers as possible.

Conforming Ability

A highly conforming mattress is one that molds and contours to the sleeper's body resulting in a pressure-point-free sensation. It is not a strength of Restonic, and it could be uncomfortable to some degree due to its excessive firmness of some models. If you have higher request of the conforming ability of your mattress, you may want to select a softer one.

Motion Isolation & Edge Support

Models with pocket coils perform well to keep the movement from transferring across the mattress, suitable for those who are sensitive to motion caused by their partners’ moving or shifting positions at night. To sit or sleep near the edge, especially for the larger-size people, the edge support of Restonic mattress will be inadequate.

Initial Odor & Sleeping Hot

It indicates that Restonic with memory foam is likely to emit gas more than models without memory foam. So the latex mattress will be a better choice for those who are more easily annoyed by the unpleasant smell. People seldom reflect that Restonic mattress has severe heat retention, giving you a relaxing cool night’s sleep.

Use of Topper & Break-in Period

It depends on consumers' requirements whether to add a topper or not because the firmness of Restonic ranges from medium-soft to firm. Owners will get used to the Restonic mattress in a shorter time than the average mattress.

Move and Maintain

Because Restonic mattress is a little heavier than the average mattress, it will be not so easy to handle and move. Most Restonic models are made one-sided and no flip. However, it is better to rotate from head to foot 2-3 times one year to prevent wear and sagging.

Person Size & Sleep Position

Sleep Position Ave-sized People (130-230 lbs) Large-sized People (230+ lbs)
Small-sized People (Under 130 lbs)
Back Sleep Friendly Very Good Good Good
Side Sleep Friendly Very Good Good Good
Stomach Sleep Friendly Very Good Good Good

This table above shows Restonic Mattress models for sleep position based on your size and body type. It helps you choose the most comfortable mattress models. Seen from the table, we can find that because Restonic has produced a wealth of mattresses with different materials, and of various firmness levels, it can suit almost all the sleepers.

Customer Service

Maintenance & Warranty

Restonic provides the warranty spanning from 1 to 25 years for its mattresses, with 15 years of non-prorated warranty guaranteed for most models, which is longer than that of other mattresses on average. As for its maintenance, similar with other mattresses, to rotate the mattress 2-3 times a year to prevent its sagging is necessary.