Sealy Brisbane Mattress Review

Sealy Brisbane Mattress Review

The Sealy Brisbane Mattress is the Premium mattress in Sealy’s Posturepedic range. It’s definitely top of the range and you can expect to pay over well over £1000 for anything larger than a single mattress. So if you are looking to buy a Sealy Brisbane Mattress or perhaps upgrade your current mattress to something more luxurious then keep reading!

Most people who are reading this Sealy Brisbane Mattress review would have at some point owned a Sealy Posturepedic in the past or something of lesser quality, either way, you are either looking to buy the Brisbane or look for something of the same quality for better value .

The Sealy Brisbane Mattress has a medium to firm comfort rating so if you do suffer from back issues or pain, you may want something a little firmer to give you a better nights sleep.


While a lot of the choice comes down to personal preference, a bed that is too soft or too hard can cause back problems over a period of time.

The Sealy Brisbane Mattress has 2800 springs; this is made up of a combination of 1400 mini pocket springs enhanced by a further 1400 zoned motion and weight responsive pocket springs in the micro quilted top mattress.

The double layer of springs in the Sealy Brisbane Mattress are ideal for a couple who both have distinctly different weights. Where the lighter person would be supported by the first layer of springs, the heavier person would get that same support and additional support from the second layer of springs.

The Sealy Brisbane Mattress also has a handy Edge Guard, a high density foam strip placed inside the edge of the mattress springs. This prevents the mattress from sagging and gives both longer life to the mattress and a more supportive sleeping area. Well worth the extra investment. This is also reinforced by some of the reviews that we’ve received on both these mattresses.

Quite simply their most sumptuous beds ever, this quality does come at a price and The Sealy Brisbane Mattress in King Size comes in at £1,399.99 which is a substantial investment.


What are the alternatives to the Sealy Brisbane Mattress?

The Sealy Brisbane Mattress has an alternative, which is also a Sealy brand mattress, the Sealy Ascot Platinum Mattress.Sealy Ascot Platinum Mattress

Just like the Sealy Brisbane Mattress, the Ascot Platinum incorporates seven zones of latex and memory foam to eliminate tossing and turning and so aids restful sleep. This is called Innergetic Latex Zonal Support System. The Innergetic mattress is composed of a latex mixture that contains a large proportion of natural latex. The excellent resilience of the Innergetic mattress ensures exceptionally smooth sleeping movements.

Both mattresses feature the Sealy patented Posture Tech spring system that ensures an even weight distribution for the sleeper and both also have the Micro-quilted Pillowtop.

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