Sealy Rosebury Mattress Review

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

Most people who are reading this Sealy Rosebury 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.

First and foremost, the Sealy Rosebury Mattress is a mid-to-high range mattress, usually just above the £1000 mark and is designed for someone;

  • who is looking to replace their old Sealy (or similar) mattress with a new firmer one.
  • looking to improve any pre-existing back condition with an extra firm mattress.
  • who appreciates the orthopaedic research and development behind the posturepedic mattresses.
  • who wants the security of the Sealy brand, a global leader and recognisable name.

The mattress is hand tufted with 1400 zoned pocket springs within Sealy’s patented unicase system providing edge to edge support.

Hand-Tufted 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 Rosebury Mattress includes a deep layer of zoned latex for comfort and support meaning you’ll go to sleep quicker and stay asleep for longer however over time.

However, Sealy Rosebury Mattress costs over £1000 which typically is much higher than most people are willing to pay for a pocket sprung mattress. Fortunately there are cheaper alternatives.

 

What are the alternatives to the Sealy Rosebury Mattress?

The Sealy Rosebury Mattress has an alternative, which is also a Sealy brand mattress, the Sealy Posturepedic Ortho Pocket 1400 Milano. Sealy Posturepedic Ortho Pocket 1400 Milano Mattress

Like the Sealy Rosebury Mattress, the Milano has a medium-firm rating which is delivered by the very same 1400 Pocketed Springs which are inserted into hard wearing pockets.

Both the Sealy Rosebury Mattress and the Sealy Milano feature multiple zones of motion and weight responsive pocket springs to provide total spinal alignment, whilst the patented Unicase design surrounds the springs for total Edge to Edge support.

Both also feature a deep layer of Innergetic latex for outstanding comfort and pressure relief. 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.

All the Support of a Posturepedic. All the Comfort of a Pocket.

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