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    Est. $400 to $5,100 …
    Pros: good initial comfort, pocket coils isolate motion well, variety of styles and prices
    Cons: premature sagging is common, little warranty coverage for sagging, complaints about customer service
    not avail.
     
    Pocket coil springs, edge foam, foam padding (may include memory or latex foam on some models), stretch knit ticking, pillow top or Euro top on some models
    M24380-70-7856
    886609188888
    Simmons Beautyrest
    Classic and Elite, 10 years, non-prorated; TruEnergy and Black, 20 years, prorated after first 10 years; sagging coverage for 1.5" or moreStandard sizes: twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king; also full XL for some models; twin not available on
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    $880-$5,100 for a queen size
     
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    Est. $1,500 to $7,5 …
    Pros: contours to body and isolates motion, can reduce pain, excellent warranty
    Cons: costs more than other foam mattresses, hard to move on; not good for sex, retains body heat
    not avail.
     
    Viscoelastic (polyurethane) foam
    10240150
    841230066387
    Tempur-Pedic
    25 years, prorated after year 10; sagging coverage for 0.75" or more
    Standard sizes: twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king; 8" to 15" thick. Twin and full beds are 74" long rather than 75"; twin, twin XL and full sizes are not available for all models.
    $1,100-$7,500 for a queen size
     
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    Est. $550 to $1,000 …
    Pros: comfortable for most users, good value with a long warranty, environmentally friendly
    Cons: may retain body heat
    not avail.
     
    Either all latex or latex combined with other foams and/or an innerspring unit
    N/A
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    Ikea
    25 years
    Standard sizes: twin, full, queen, king; some models not available in twin
    Est. $550 to $1,000, queen mattress
     
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    Est. $1,000 to $7,0 …
    Pros: adjustable firmness, isolates motion well, long lifespan, good customer service
    Cons: requires assembly, air pump can be noisy, mechanical problems are common
    not avail.
     
    Dual air chambers and support padding; some models have memory foam or latex foam topper
    N/A
    N/A
    Comfortaire
    20 years, prorated after year 2 to 4; 1 year on cover
    Standard sizes: twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king; 8" to 19" thick; twin, twin XL and full sizes are not available for all models.
    $1,100-$9,000 for a queen size set
     
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    Est. $2,900 to $10, …
    Pros: handmade in the U.S., all-natural, sustainably sourced materials, wide range of prices and styles
    Cons: not widely available
    not avail.
     
    All natural materials, including organic cotton, "cruelty free" wool and natural latex; some models have innersprings
    N/A
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    Organic Mattresses, Inc.
    20 years
    Standard sizes: twin, twin xl, full, queen, king; custom sizes are also available
    Est. $2,900 to $10,100, queen set
     

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