Twin XL 26.3 lbs. Full 37.2 lbs. Full XL 40.1 lbs. Queen 45.6 lbs. King 57.7 lbs. Cal King 55.5 lbs.
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Twin XL 39 x 820 x 6 in, Queen 60 x 80 x 6 in, King 76 x 80 x 6 in, Full XL 54 x 80 x 6 in, Full 54 x 75 x 6 in, Cal King 72 x 84 x x6 in
Type of Mattress Innerspring Innerspring mattresses are one of the more commonly available mattress types. They are made of metal coil systems or springs that give the "bouncy" feeling to mattresses. Within the inners ... Show more
Mattress Height Mattress height, or thickness, stated alone does not give much insight into the quality of the mattress. The layers that make up the mattress and their size are much more important. However, there are ... Show more
Adjustable Unlike a box spring, adjustable foundations allow you to elevate different parts of the bed for added comfort and health benefits. For example, you can elevate your upper body to prevent sleep apnea o ... Show more
Type of Coils Within the family of innerspring mattresses, there are different styles of springs, or coils, that make up the interior of the mattress. Bonnell Coils: Hourglass-shaped coils that are most common in ... Show more
Top Layer Material When choosing a mattress, you might also consider a mattress topper to add extra support or comfort. A topper can come already attached to the mattress itself, or you can buy an external topper to put ... Show more
Temperature Control System Generally, our body temperature lowers while we fall asleep, so cooler temperatures help you fall asleep faster and sleep more comfortably. Certain materials in mattresses, sometimes called phase chan ... Show more
Motion Absorption System If you share a bed with someone, it can be frustrating when the other person's movements disturb your sleep. Some mattress types are inherently better at reducing motion transfer than others, and some ... Show more
Edge Support Edge supports are important for two reasons. First, they keep you from rolling off the bed at night. If you tend to move a lot in your sleep, make sure your mattress has firm edge support. And second, ... Show more
Natural/Organic Certified Understanding the materials you sleep on is crucial. Unfortunately, mattresses have a bad reputation of being made with materials and chemicals, called volatile organic compounds (VOCs), that can caus ... Show more
Return Policy The best way to determine whether or not a mattress is right for you is to just try it. You won't know if it's uncomfortable or the right combination of features unless you sleep on it for an extended ... Show more
Once opened this product is non-returnable
Other Layers Generally speaking, the top layer of a mattress dictates comfort level and the under layers, or core, dictate support and how far you sink into the mattress. The right combination of layers will vary ... Show more
Available Sizes Probably the easiest and most important decision regarding your new mattress is the size. In North America, Queen-sized mattresses are the most commonly purchased size, measuring 60" W by 80" L. The o ... Show more
Comfort Type Comfort type is classified as firm, medium, soft/plush or adjustable. Firm mattresses push back on your body to prevent sinking into the mattress. They are best for stomach and back sleepers. Soft mat ... Show more
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Heavy gauge tempered steel coils
Fire resistant barrier
Quilted fabric cover
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