Sealy Sotheby Mattress Review

Sealy Sotheby Mattress Review

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

The Sealy Sotheby Mattress is one the finer mattresses in the Posturepedic range. Rich in features unique to Sealy, this mattress comes some of the finest materials and technology.

First and foremost, the Sealy Sotheby Mattress is a high level mattress with a higher than average build quality. This type of mattress is for someone;

  • who is looking to upgrade their current mattress to a premium one
  • who knows the Posturepedic Range but is looking for something with a medium comfort level
  • 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 Sealy Sotheby Mattress is a high loft micro quilted pillow top mattress. The pillow top sits above Sealy’s unique Zonal 1400 pocket springs offering total spinal alignment and support.

The mattress also features Sealy’s patented Unirail. This system uses a high density foam strip placed inside the edge of the mattress springs. This stops the mattress from sagging and gives both longer life to the mattress and edge-to-edge support.

However, The Sealy Sotheby Mattress costs £1,399 which is what you would expect to pay for such a highly sought after mattress. However there are alternatives with similar features and quality available within the Sealy range.

 

What are the alternatives to the Sealy Sotheby Mattress?

The Sealy Sotheby Mattress fortunately has an alternative, which is also a Sealy brand mattress, the Sealy Pocket 1400 Siena Mattress.Sealy Seattle Mattress Review

Like the Sealy Sotheby Mattress, the Pocket 1400 Siena has a soft comfort rating which is delivered by the very same 1400 Pocketed Springs, hence the name!

Both the Sealy Sotheby Mattress and the Sealy Pocket 1400 Siena feature multiple zones of motion and weight responsive pocket springs to provide total spinal alignment.

Again, both have excellent edge-to-edge support via the Unirail foam strip.

Allergy sufferers can be confident in both these mattresses as Allergy UK are working with Sealy for their range of ‘Smart Fibres’ mattresses with Purotex. Both mattresses hold Allergy UK’s Seal of Approval endorsement.

Both mattresses 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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1 Reply to "Sealy Sotheby Mattress Review"

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    Graham 27th November 2014 (8:29 pm)

    Hi,

    Thanks for this review – it’s been very useful to read this.

    You’ve indicated that these mattresses are very similar and the siena is a good alternative to the sotheby, but what is the difference between the two? There must be something considering the vast price difference?

    Kind regards,
    Graham

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