Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress Review

Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress Review

Most people who are reading this Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress review would have at some point owned a Sealy Posturepedic in the past or something similar.

In most cases you were probably once very happy with your current mattress but you know it’s now time for a new one as it’s lost it’s original firmness and maybe getting a little dated.

But first things first, your bed should be at least 10cm longer than the tallest person sleeping in it. The Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress comes in a variety of standard sizes but the lengths come in either 190cm (6’3”) for a single and 200cm (6’6”) for the rest of the range, which should be just fine considering the average man is 5’9” and for woman, 5’3”.

If you are looking for emperor size beds 215cm (7’) similar to the Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress, then we would recommend one of our best selling mattresses, The Relyon Braemar. SImilar firmness and support but for the taller person who craves a better nights sleep.

Unless you need an emperor size bed, most people find that a king size mattress is the best option, regardless of how tall they are. This gives the optimum amount of sleeping space  but do make sure that a king size bed isn’t too big for your room.

Most people who have had a Sealy Posturepedic in the past believe that the firmer, the better in some cases that may be true but, the fact is you can now get extra firm mattresses which are slightly firmer than the Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress, such as Sealy Posturepedic Backcare Elite.

Apart from the difference in firmness, the Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress has slightly better build quality attributed to fact that it is Hand-Tufted. This is the traditional method of mattress upholstery where the fillings are secured by hand with tufts from the top of the mattress to the bottom to ensure all loose fillings are secured to provide the perfect finish. As well as the distinctive padded surface, Hand Tufted Mattresses will generally make a firmer mattress, due to the process of compressing the fillings down to make the tufts.

Alternatives such as Memory Foam and Latex mattresses are rarely hand tufted. This is because the foam needs to be able to return to its original shape so that it can mould to the body on an even surface.

The Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho 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.


 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 best way to check whether a mattress has the right level of support is to lie down on it and place your hand in the small of your back. If your hand fits in too easily then the bed is too soft. If it’s difficult to slide your hand in then the bed is probably far too hard.

To do this you are going to need to actually see the mattress in the flesh and we agree that It’s incredibly important to try out the mattress first. This is why we have a dedicated Sealy showroom and have this mattress on display ready for you to try it out.

We are also Five Star Sealy partner.

Some people think there are alternatives to the Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress, even the Silentnight Miracoil (which is part of the same group as Sealy) is often referred to as a suitable replacement but they are very different mattresses, even silent night group admit this.

The Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress has a number of different elements which contribute to its overall firm performance;

  • Zero Deflection Spring System – Constructed to absorb both weight and movement, with no buckling or bulging. This means a firm sleeping surface that will remain consistent across the entire surface of the mattress.
  • Zonal – Zonal technology correctly supports and aligns the spine in its natural shape, helping to reduce aches and pains. Sealy Posturepedic are the only sleep systems endorsed by the world renowned Orthopedic Advisory Board.

In fact Sealy are so confident that they will provide you with the ultimate sleeping experience that they will warranty this product for 5 years.

If you want to try out the Sealy Posturepedic Millionaire Ortho Mattress, head down to our Sealy showroom in Helsby but bring an alarm clock just in case!


Bed Specialist

Land of Beds

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