Sealy Bed Review
A mattress for every sleeper.
As a global brand of bed and mattress, Sealy always looks at comfortable sleep from a scientific point of view. Sealy's unique sleep technology supports ideal sleep posture for any body type and weight. Now there are three types of mattresses - innerspring, memory foam, and hybrid in its product line, attempting to provide everyone with better sleep experience.
Priced from $310 to $2,400, Sealy mattresses are affordable to a lot of customers. Purchasing a bed can be a big deal sometimes because it has a great influence on your sleep quality and living standard. Before you make decisions, it’s necessary to take a closer look at the detailed information about the brand and products. This website aims to give you an unbiased review about Sealy mattress in aspects of specifications, pros & cons, and performances, etc.
The Not So Good
|Widely available||Fair durability|
|Often affordably priced||
Off gassing possible
|Above-average company rating||
Need topper to improve comfort
|Many thickness options||
Models & Specifications
The table below rates all the models of Sealy Mattress in price, size, thickness, firmness, mattress type, and more. It contains the general information of the mattress model for customers to choose.
|Models||Price Range||Mattress Type||Thickness||Firmness|
|Sealy Brand||$310-640||Innerspring||8.5-11.5''||Medium to firm|
Medium soft to firm
|Sealy Posturepedic Plus||$520-1,400||Innerspring||11-16''||Soft to firm|
|Sealy Posturepedic Hybrid||$750-2,400||Memory Foam Hybrid||10.5-14.5''||
Soft to medium firm
With regular use, owners report keeping their Sealy mattress about six years on average. According to limited owner experience data, the inclusion of additional support in the center of the mattress provides a little improvement in longevity.
Sealy Brand mattress models have little conforming ability if any memory foam content included, which means they offer minimal conforming ability. However, Sealy Posturepedic may have significant memory foam content and therefore significant conforming ability as well.
Back Pain Reduction
As for Sealy Brand, there is neither a clear strength or weakness in terms of back pain reduction. While as for Sealy Posturepedic, when the mattress is new, owners often report having good comfort and reduced pain. But as the mattress ages and perhaps sags, some Posturepedic owners report pain.
Motion Isolation & Sleeping Hot
For models with the Sealy classic coil, Sealy Brand's motion isolation is often below average. As for Sealy Posturepedic, models with pocket coils tend to perform best. As for Sealy Brand, there is not any significant heat problem. As for other three series mattresses, about 7% of owners overall report heat buildup.
Initial Odor & Noise
As for Sealy Brand, off-gassing tends not to be a significant complaint by owners. At least 10% of Sealy Brand owners complain that their Sealy mattress makes noise. Only about 4% of owners report noise coming from a Posturepedic.
Move & Topper Usage
More expensive and thicker models tend to be heavier and more difficult to move. Handles are available on select models. Sealy's topper use is above average, which means that unless it’s necessary, you don’t need to add a topper to improve the comfort of the mattress.
Given their average durability, all Sealy models have one-sided, no-flip designs. But no less than 20% of owners say that they rotate their mattresses head to foot several times a year.
Sealy Brand warranty can range from 5-10 years. Models with 10-year warranties have 5-years non-prorated coverage. Sealy Posturepedic provides 10 years of warranty in total, full and non-prorated coverage. As is true for nearly all other innerspring mattresses, at least 1.5 inches of sagging depth is required to be eligible for mattress replacement.