Classic Brands Mercer Pillow Top Memory Foam Queen Mattress
Last updated date: March 5, 2021
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Get the best of both worlds with this hybrid mattress. The gel-infused memory foam disperses body heat so you sleep cool. The mattress also has a beautiful pillowtop knit cover.
In our analysis of 75 expert reviews, the Classic Brands Classic Brands Mercer Pillow Top Memory Foam Mattress placed 8th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Classic brands Mercer pillow-top cool gel memory foam and innerspring 12-inch mattress combines the superior support of a wrapped coil innerspring system with the conforming Response of gel-infused memory foam for a more comfortable, deeper, night's sleep. Covered with a beautifully detailed quilted pillow-top knit cover, corded edges, and coordinating knit side panels for breathability, this quality mattress is an excellent value and will last for years to come. the 12-inch profile Mercer Hybrid gel memory foam innerspring mattress combines the support of a wrapped steel coil inner Springs with the conforming Response of gel memory foam. Starting with a 0.5- inch top layer of gel infused memory foam that disperses body heat and creates a cooler sleeping surface while retaining the pressure-relieving properties of traditional memory foam. A second layer of 0.25-Inch comfort foam and a third layer of 0.25-Inch comfort foam and a fourth later of 0.5-Inch comfort foam works with the support layer providing you with the ultimate sleeping experience. An additional layer of 0.75 inch of comfort foam works with the 8-inch support layer of individually wrapped coils, which are in their encased in separate pockets, so they can contour precisely to your body. Individually wrapped coil inner Springs move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night sleep. benefits of gel memory foam gel memory foam is more porous or open than conventional foam, meaning the cells are interconnected unlike closed cell foam; thereby it is more breathable and comfortable than higher density visco-elastic foam. Gel foam helps regulate temperature throughout the mattress. A gel memory foam mattress can support each part of the body evenly and individually. Gel memory foam slowly and automatically adjusts to your body weight and temperature. In addition to the slow, conforming Response, gel memory foam offers complete, luxurious and stress- free support. This can allow the spine to stay in a neutral position. Should you move during the night, your partner is never disturbed due to the lack of reciprocal movement between sleeping partners. Additionally, when you do move in bed, memory foam gently 'fills in' and reshapes itself to your new sleeping posture. individually wrapped coil support base the support base in our Hybrid mattresses consists of innerspring individual coils wrapped in a fabric designed to minimize friction and maximize support. The 13-gaugge steel coils tend to provide consistent distribution of support throughout the mattress and lessens motion transfer for sleep partners. An additional layer of 0.75 inch of comfort foam works with the 8-inch support layer of individually wrapped coils, which are encased in separate pockets, so they can contour precisely to your body. Individually wrapped coil inner Springs move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed, providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night's sleep. certipur-us certified the foam in the Mercer cool gel memory foam and innerspring 12-inch mattress is certipur-us certified. The certipur-us program is a voluntary testing, analysis, and certification program for flexible polyurethane foam used as a cushioning material in home furnishings such as adult mattresses, crib mattresses, upholstered furniture and some accessory comfort products. Certified flexible polyurethane foams have been independently laboratory tested. get it right the first time it is also a good idea to know the size and the Height of your mattress ahead of time to make sure you are ordering the correct size. Keep in mind that you should combine the Height of your bed frame, foundation, or adjustable bed base with the Height of your mattress to get a gauge of the how tall your sleep system will be. Block quote twin size - 39" W x 75" L x 12" h twin Xl size - 39" W x 80" L x 12" h full size - 54" W x 75" L x 12" h queen size – 60" W x 80" L x 12" h king size – 76" W x 80" L x 12" h California King size – 72" W x 84" L x 12" h classic brands smart packaging smart packaging reduces the carbon footprint in the Manufacturers shipping process. Our advanced packaging technology means we can roll-pack our mattresses and ship them at one-third of the normal size. Because of this process, we can ship more mattresses per delivery and reduce the amount of carbon emissions. A mattress that is roll-packed still retains its initial quality, as each will quickly recover and return to its original shape after being removed out of packaging. quality assurance Classic Brands Mercer pillow-top cool gel memory foam and innerspring 12-inch mattress is backed with a 10-year worry-free warranty. look for more innovative specialty sleep products from classic brands.
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An Overview On Queen Mattresses
Investing in a quality mattress ensures you can have a restful and comfortable sleep each night. Waking up with a sore back in the morning or tossing and turning at night because you can’t find a relaxing position isn’t what anyone wants to deal with as a result of their mattress. Keep in mind that there are several different types of mattresses available, each with their own advantages.
One of the most common types of mattresses is the innerspring mattress. It contains layers of polyfoam with evenly spaced out steel coils in between. They have strong edge support and are highly responsive and bouncy. Another common option is memory foam, which is made from different layers of foam. They closely cradle your body to offer pressure point relief. They also have excellent motion isolation so that you are not disturbed by your sleeping partner.
You can also get a hybrid mattress, which is a combination of the innerspring and memory foam. These mattresses offer some benefits from each type, such as motion isolation and responsiveness. They are usually on the pricier side.
The Queen Mattress Buying Guide
- When selecting a queen mattress for your room, consider your primary sleeping position. If you mostly sleep on your back at night, it’s important to look for a firm mattress that can offer you good support for your spine, neck and head. This is also important for stomach sleepers. If you sleep on your side, then a softer or medium-firm mattress is best.
- You’ll also need to take into account whether you’re a hot or cool sleeper as some mattresses are better at regulating temperature than others. Softer mattresses restrict airflow around your body because they cradle you, while firmer ones allow air to flow more freely. The material of the mattress can also retain heat. Some memory foam mattresses with a solid core can make you feel hot while you sleep. Hybrid and innerspring mattresses are a good choice if you often find yourself waking up sweaty in the middle of the night. Foam mattresses that have a cooling gel layer can also help you to sleep cool and comfortably at night.
- In addition to the bed size of your mattress, you’ll need to consider the depth. Some people prefer thicker mattresses than others. Typically, heavier individuals require the support of a thicker mattress. Shorter people may prefer thinner mattresses because they are easier to climb on to.
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