The Sealy Comfort Series Cedar Point memory foam mattress is a great way to enjoy the feel of memory foam without spending an arm and a leg. This mattress is designed with the back and stomach sleeper in mind and carries a firm, but not hard, comfort scale rating of 3.5. Affordably priced and built to last, this mattress will provide years of memory foam comfort without the $2,000 price tag.
Feature benefits are straightforward on the Comfort Series Cedar Point. The 7" polyfoam core provides deep down support for your lower back, and the 3" 4.0 lb. layer of high quality memory foam gently contours to your back, shoulders, and hips.
Overall the Sealy Comfort Series Cedar Point offers a great blend of value and performance. The one area I found lacking in this mattress was the edge support. If you are sleeping with a partner and buying a queen size, I strongly recommend stepping up one model to the Sealy Comfort Series Ocean Crest. The Ocean crest has a much better edge support system and will allow you, or your partner, to sleep all the way to the edge of the mattress without noticing a difference in comfort.
- Comfort - Padding Layers
- 3" 4.0 lb. Memory Foam
- Correct Back Support System
- 7" Polycore
- Coil Counts:
- Box Spring - Foundation (optional)
- DuraTech Foundation
- How to pick your Box Spring - Foundation
- Regular Box Spring: 9"
- Low Profile Box Spring: 5.25"
- ADD THIS PRICES TO YOUR MATTREES SIZE CHOICE:
- KING: UNIVELSAL FUNDATION SALE PRICE. $149****SEALY FUNDATION SALE PRICE. $229
- QUEEN: UNIVERSAL FUNDATION SALE PRICE $89***SEALY FUNDATION SALE PRICE $159
- FULL: UNIVERSAL FUNDATION SALE PRICE $69*****SEALY FUNDATION SALE PRICE $149
- TWIN: UNIVERSAL FUNDATION SALE PRICE $59*****SEALY FUNDATION SALE PRICE $99
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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