Serta Bed Review
One of the largest mattress dealers in the United States, Serta, founded in 1931, with its original name Sleeper. Inc. changed to Serta International later. As a leading brand across the globe, the Serta mattress is designed to provide exceptional comfort.
The company has developed various models and a huge number of products, spanning every price point and mattress construction, so that everyone can find the sleep comfort they deserve. We hope to provide detailed information about mattress specifications, pros & cons, performances, features, etc. for you to make a better purchase decision.
The Not So Good
|Good initial comfort and support||
|Widely available in stores||Possible noise|
|Various models with a wide price range||
Poor motion isolation
|Many firmness options||Sagging problem|
Models & Specifications
The table below rates all the models of Serta Mattress in price, size, thickness, firmness, mattress type and more. Hopefully, you can have a rough idea about the products from Serta.
|Model||Type||Price Range||Mattress Height||Firmness|
|Sertapedic||Innerspring||$300 - 900||5-11.5''||Medium to firm|
|Serta Perfect Sleeper||Innerspring||$350 - 1,650||9-15''||Medium to firm|
|Serta iComfort Hybrid||Memory foam hybrid||$650 - 3,900||12-16''||Soft to firm|
|Serta iSeries||Innerspring or hybrid||$1,200 - 3,200||13-16.5''||Soft to firm|
Sertapedic is best suited for child use or light adult use. Perfect Sleeper is likely to have an average useful lifespan of about 5 to 6 years with regular use. IComfort Hybrid / iSeries probably has an average useful lifespan of about six years with regular use.
At least 14% of Sertapedic / Perfect Sleeper owners find that the mattress can cause pain often due to sagging or excessive firmness. The iComfort Hybrid / iSeries mattress performs at least above average on this issue due to its memory foam contents.
Sertapedic / Perfect Sleeper models tend to have a little conforming ability if any memory foam content included, which means they offer minimal conforming ability. iComfort Hybrid / iSeries may have fairly significant memory foam content and therefore good conforming ability.
Many Sertapedic / Perfect Sleeper models use continuous coils to provide fair to poor motion isolation. The duet pocket coils used in the iComfort Hybrid / iSeries mattress perform at least average.
Off-gassing & Noise
Only a small number of its owners report obvious off-gassing. As for Sertapedic / Perfect Sleeper, the coil systems used inside may make some noise. Due to the pocket coils, the iComfort Hybrid / iSeries tends to be quieter than other kinds of innerspring designs.
Sleeping Hot & Couple Friendly
Less than 4% of Sertapedic / Perfect Sleeper owners complain that their bed act as a heat trap. At least 5% of iComfort Hybrid / iSeries owners report their mattress performing poor in cooling. Due to the bounce effect of models with continuous coil support, the Perfect Sleeper tends to rate above average and is regarded as couple friendly. Pocket coil support tends to limit the bounce effect, which causes the model to rate about average on this issue.
Person Size & Sleep Position
This table below shows Serta Mattress models for sleep position based on your size and body type. It helps you choose the most comfortable mattress models.
|Sleep Position||Ave-sized People (130-230 lbs)||Large-sized People (230+ lbs)||
Small-sized People (Under 130 lbs)
|Back Sleep Friendly||All||All but Sertapedic||All|
|Side Sleep Friendly||All||Serta iComfort Hybrid, Serta iSeries||
All but Serta iComfort Hybrid
|Stomach Sleep Friendly||All||Serta iComfort Hybrid, Serta iSeries||All|
If you observe a defect, contact the Serta dealer from which you purchased the set. If the dealer cannot be reached, please contact Serta Customer Support at 888-55-SERTA. In either case, you must, within the duration of the warranty, provide the original law tags, proof of purchase (including date of purchase) and be the original purchasing consumer.
Serta provides 10 years of non-prorated coverage. However, a significant number of consumers historically have reported difficulty in successfully engaging warranty coverage.