Ashley Furniture Chime Hybrid Full Innerspring Firm Mattress
Last updated date: September 2, 2020
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This 10-inch mattress combines gel memory foam with 528 individually wrapped coils to provide the support you need while still being comfortable. The hypoallergenic build will help keep irritants at bay, resisting dust mites, pollen, mold and pet dander. It arrives in a box and takes just minutes to expand, although you may want to wait at least 72 hours to allow the odors to completely dissipate. In our analysis of 10 expert reviews, the Ashley Furniture Ashley Furniture Chime Hybrid Full Innerspring Mattress placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Enjoy endless possibilities for restful sleep with this hybrid innerspring mattress. You get the best of both worlds—the pressure relief of cooling gel-infused memory foam, coupled with body contouring pocketed coils for superior support. Rest assured that high density quilt foam provides the comforting feel you love. Plus, this mattress arrives in a box for quick easy setup. Simply bring it to your room, cut away the plastic wrap, and unroll. Foundation/box spring available, sold separately.
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An Overview On Full Innerspring Mattresses
At one time, to buy a mattress you’d head to a mattress store and try them out. But you probably learned, as many have, that those quick trials don’t really tell you how well the mattress will perform night after night.
Today, the best way to identify the right mattress is to look at how it’s constructed. The thing about mattresses, though, is that what works for your neighbor may not work for you. That means you have to identify your own personal preferences, as well as what you need to stay healthy and as pain-free as possible.
Most mattresses emphasize the level of firmness that they offer. Some people prefer a firmer mattress while others like something that they can sink into at the end of a long day. Even if you fall into the latter camp, though, you may find that you need the support that comes from a firmer mattress to avoid exacerbating any pain you’re having.
The good news is, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for support. Thanks to technologies like memory foam, you can now find mattresses that relieve your pressure points while also contouring to your body. If you’re a side sleeper, though, you’ll likely find you do better with a softer mattress, while stomach sleepers should look for a mattress on the softer side. Back sleepers can choose any variation in between those two extremes.
For a long time, mattresses with pillow tops were preferred. The mattress itself offered support, while the pillow top gave the surface the layer of comfort you needed. But consumers have discovered that pillow tops tend to compress, leading to a sagging effect that makes the mattress uncomfortable. Instead, look for a mattress with memory foam or a firm mattress that you can combine with a replaceable pillow top pad.
DWYM Fun Fact
If you think your mattress is expensive, there’s one that will make it pale in comparison. The Floating Bed costs $1.6 million and has to be tethered to the ground. Why? The mattress, called the “Hover Bed,” is filled with magnets that work in opposition to each other. This magnetic force causes the mattress to rise above the ground, hovering there. The technology took more than six years to develop and has been sold at fairs. Other inventors have been inspired by the technology, leading to innovations like floating coffee tables, armchairs and sofas. One downside to magnetic furniture is that you’ll have to avoid having magnetic items nearby.
The Full Innerspring Mattress Buying Guide
- You can save money and time by choosing a “mattress in a box.” These mattresses can either be shipped or picked up at a store, then taken home to decompress. Gone are the days of trying to find a truck or paying extra for delivery. Boxed mattresses are convenient and affordable.
- Most boxed mattresses are compressed to squeeze into the box. They will decompress after being unboxed, but you’ll need to add in a little extra time for this. Many boxed mattresses can take three days to reach their full size.
- Even if you buy a mattress that decompresses quickly, you’ll still want to give it three days before you use it. Mattresses tend to have residual chemicals that need to air out. This is called “off-gassing.”
- Nighttime comfort is all about pressure points. Those are the areas of your body that feel most uncomfortable when you’re lying down. For most people, pressure points are hips, shoulders and knees. Mattresses that go too far in either extreme, firm or soft, can aggravate those pressure points. Today’s top mattresses are designed specifically to relieve those pressure points to provide you a comfortable night’s sleep.
- Sweating can be a problem for many sleepers. Even if you don’t sweat in your sleep, you may still find you feel too hot. You can find mattresses that are designed for breathability to keep you cool at night. For perspirers, look for a mattress that has moisture-wicking properties to help keep you dry.
- For couples, one partner’s tossing and turning can severely impact the other partner’s ability to sleep. Look for a mattress that minimizes motion to ensure that when the other person moves, you don’t feel it on your side of the bed.
- You’ve probably already heard horror stories about how much of your dead skin and sweat your mattress holds. A good mattress cover can help with that, but there are also mattresses that are designed to cut down on allergens. Look for one that helps keep out dust mites, pet dander and mold.