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Costco Mattress Recommendation?

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Costco Mattress Recommendation?

Looking for a new mattress, and would like to buy from Costco. The only problem is I can't find any info on the models I'm considering as they seem exclusive to Costco, and reviews are lacking.

I'm a side sleeper, apparently plush is most recommended for side sleepers. I'm also open to adding a topper, for added comfort and to save the mattress some wear. I also tend to chill in bed a lot, watching TV, reading, work etc... So durability is important, another reason the topper is appealing.

These are the three I'm considering but open to others as well;

https://www.costco.ca/sealy-posturepedi ... 28649.html

https://www.costco.ca/sealy-posturepedi ... 33732.html

https://www.costco.ca/sealy-posturepedi ... 08445.html

Edit: Apparently the ones I linked aren't great. Now I'm looking for a spring mattress with minimal foam or gel on top, and adding a quality topper that I can replace as needed.
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If you get the endy, casper etc from Costco do they still have the same sleep trial as if you were to order from manufacturers? Ie dont like it after a month they come and get it?
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I'm looking for a double. The one you linked isn't available in a double size unfortunately.
baz5 wrote: If you get the endy, casper etc from Costco do they still have the same sleep trial as if you were to order from manufacturers? Ie dont like it after a month they come and get it?
Yes, Costco will take back any mattress you order from them. Based on my heavy usage I don't think memory foam is the best for myself.

I think the best route is a spring mattress with minimal foam or gel, and a quality topper for comfort. At least that is the conclusion I've come to after doing some research.
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westcoastyvr wrote: I find this mattress super comfortable. I mostly sleep on my side but wake up on my back.
This mattress comes rolled up in a rectangular box and you need to carefully open the vacuum packed bag, roll it out and let it sit 24 hours before sleeping on it.

https://www.costco.ca/springwall-comfor ... 98320.html
Interesting, it says it has pocket coils. I thought only full foam mattresses could be compressed.

How long have you had it for, any sagging? Also, is it soft, med, firm?
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Madmax29 wrote: I'm looking for a double. The one you linked isn't available in a double size unfortunately.



Yes, Costco will take back any mattress you order from them. Based on my heavy usage I don't think memory foam is the best for myself.

I think the best route is a spring mattress with minimal foam or gel, and a quality topper for comfort. At least that is the conclusion I've come to after doing some research.
Not COstco take back, I meant manufacturer take back, ie come to your house, not lug it into Costco.
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baz5 wrote: Not COstco take back, I meant manufacturer take back, ie come to your house, not lug it into Costco.
If you order online Costco will come to your home and pick it up.
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Madmax29 wrote: Interesting, it says it has pocket coils. I thought only full foam mattresses could be compressed.

How long have you had it for, any sagging? Also, is it soft, med, firm?
Yeah, I was impressed it had pocket coils - that's why I bought itI No sagging here. Also, I wold say it's a med-firm.

Oh, and you cannot re-compress it. Once it's rolled out and set-up it's the same as any other coil mattress.
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westcoastyvr wrote: Yeah, I was impressed it had pocket coils - that's why I bought itI No sagging here. Also, I wold say it's a med-firm.

Oh, and you cannot re-compress it. Once it's rolled out and set-up it's the same as any other coil mattress.
I might give it a try, thanks man. I noticed it doesn't have a box spring option on Costco, have you got it on a box spring? Have you had it for long to determine durability?
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Probably not available in a double but the Kirkland Signature by Stearns & Foster is excellent. I’ve had mine for 4 years and it’s still feels like it did on day 1.
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Just got one too last month but I have to say, it feels too firm to me. That’s probably because I’m 160lbs. My back hurts sometimes after sleeping but I blame my back rather than the mattress. Too lazy to try a plush one.
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Asriel wrote: Just got one too last month but I have to say, it feels too firm to me. That’s probably because I’m 160lbs. My back hurts sometimes after sleeping but I blame my back rather than the mattress. Too lazy to try a plush one.
Which mattress brand and model are you referring to?
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chimaican wrote: Which mattress brand and model are you referring to?
The Kirkland one from costco
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Asriel wrote: The Kirkland one from costco
ok... I'm looking at that one. So we have one upvote and one downvote. Thinking Face
Tis banana is IRIE :razz:

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We got the kirkland lake ridge in November 2020 and have never had better sleeps. The only issue is that my wife complained it was too firm for the first 2 weeks or so. Nothing but praise after she broke it in though.

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