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Restonic Comfort Care Mattress Review

Restonic ComfortCare Mattress

Restonic ComfortCare Mattress
7.2

Comfort

8/10

    Product Quality

    8/10

      Heat Retention

      7/10

        Easy Returns

        7/10

          Value

          7/10

            Pros

            • No Smell

            Cons

            • Edge Support
            • Product Quality

            From 1938 until today Restonic is a well known bedding and mattress trademark. Since 1978 the company has been receiving awards for creating good products. From 2011-2016 they have been receiving the Women’s choice award for Customer Recommended Mattress. This award winning brand of mattress had gone a long way and is continuing its mission to create more comfortable products for its consumers.

            Restonic Comfort Care Mattress Features

            Restonic has four types of mattress which are hybrid mattresses, innerspring mattresses, memory foam mattresses and latex mattresses. Among their collections includes Healthrest Latex, Healthrest Tempagel,  ComfortCare limited, ComfortCare Hybrid Signature, Comfort Care Select,  ComfortCare and Brio.

            In this review we will focused on ComfortCare collection; with ComfortCare collection, you can choose between Comfortcare limited, ComfortCare Hybrid Signature, ComfortCare Select, and ComfortCare.

            From the name itself these mattresses give you comfort. These mattresses use Restonic’s patented Marvelous Middle Technology that put a stop to the sagging problems and at the same time provides 25% more support. This technology also adds more coils in the center for added support and reduces motions

            The ComfrotCare mattresses are made of innerspring along with pocket or bonnell coils. If you’re looking for more comfort consider the ComfortCare Signature. It is made with gel-infused foam that protects pressure points.  The comfort layer over spring may also contain regular foam, gel-infused memory foam, latex or regular memory foam.

            Pros and Cons

            The usual complaint about this mattress is the sagging. Despite the fact that they use Restonic’s patented Marvelous Middle Technology still within three (3) years of usage owner’s complaint about sagging. This problem causes the bed to be uncomfortable and with poor performance.

            Restonic prices often range from $450-$2200 depending on size and model. However this price may also change from store to store. Therefore it is best to compare prices to make sure you get the best deal possible.

            Restonic mattresses are available in wide range of sizes that include: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and California King.

            Nearly all ComfortCare mattresses are one sided with no flipping requirement. Rotating the mattress from head to foot may help prevent wear and sagging. The beds estimated weight is about 60 to 130 lbs depending on model and size; they are lighter in weight compare to other brands.

            Restonic give out a 1-25 years of warranty, however since Restonic is mostly available in retail stores the warranty may differ. Should you have concerns regarding return and warranty the best way is to deal with your retailer.

             Overall View

            For more than 70 years Restonic dealt with the common problems of sleeping and how to combat the weakness of mattresses in the market.  Through research and development they have developed the exclusive Marvelous Middle Construction in the ComfortCare Collection this technology addresses the problem of customers with regards to sleeping.

            One of the most standout qualities of the Restonic ComfortCare Collection is natural alignment support. This feature is best for customers who sleep on a back position.