Don’t do it
Do not recommend this mattress, has only been a few months and it is already starting to dip, despite purchasing a top of the line mattress and base, not good .
Tired Mother of 3
Truly Exquisite, Blissful Sleeping Mattress - the whole family agrees!
We purchased our Ashton King Exquisite Ensemble from Myer in March 2019 and for the past two months have been blissfully sleeping very comfortably each night. We wanted to sleep on it for more than a few nights (ideally without our children in it too) before posting a review just to ensure our comfort and enjoyment remained. It has! We love our Australian-made, Sealy bed and have already recommended it to friends and family.
Worst Mattress, avoid!
I purchased an ultra plush exquisite in late 2017. I had never had a pillow top mattress before and the first thing to note was the heat! I am a 54kg woman and I sink so deep when it’s summertime in this mattress due to the Memory foam softening.
Secondly, after 4 months it became lumpy and I developed back spasms and bad back problems ever since, despite turning it every week. I couldn’t get a full unbroken nights sleep due to discomfort, pain and heat.
I thought it was just me. But a friend bought over a mattress so I could take a break from my sealy and ever since then my back has been pain free and I can sleep. Then I tried my sealy for a night and my back pain is back by the morning.
The mattress has sleep zones and the area with no sleep zone support dips so badly im not sleeping with a straight spine, god forbid I turn onto my stomach, I am bent like a banana!
I should have bought a firm, but the sales assistant assured me that the inner spring and support was the same across the range, only the pillow top differed.
I had my last sealy last me 15 years.
Tempur, who bought sealy in 2012 as my research uncovered, has really cocked it up.
Avoid this mattress.
Purchased in November 2017.
Fantastic Mattress. Wish I had purchased it ages ago.
I Purchased a Sealy Medium Exquisite Mattress from Harvey Norman last week. My old Sealy mattress was 10-12 years old and I slept very hot on it. The first night I slept on it I woke up in the morning with no back pain and slept perfectly with no heat retention unlike my old mattress. Every night since I can't wait to get into bed for the perfect comfort of this mattress. Can't understand why all reviews are not 5 stars. The Best Mattress!!!!!!! Thank you Sealy
relieving neck pain.
Mattress is very comfortable, so far so good , neck pain seems to be diminishing. I was wakeing in the morning with bad neck pain but now much improvement and getting better by th day.
Purchased in March 2019.
I bought this mattress on Dec 29th -2018 at Forty Winks and by the following January it was dipping on each side except in the centre .i went back to the store where i bought it from and they said to contact Sealy.but they in fairness the store made a report to Sealy also.i rang Sealy and explained the issue their reply was that it has to be rotated every two weeks for 3 months and once every 2-3 months there after.(which was not mentioned in the store where i bought it from) and so is not covered by warranty.A Sealy rep came out to check the mattress and his report stated that there is significent dipping and no fault found ?
the mattress is designed to dip? to suit body shape?? they say.what use is a mattress that dips like this.
so buyer beware i dont recomend buying this mattress, And to Sealy you have lost one costumer for good.
Thanks for nothing.
I bought a king size Sealy exquisite range in December 2017 from snooze and it has been the worst purchase I have ever made. Woke up daily with weird aches and pains and was told I need to adjust to the bed by the sales rep. After 6 months of hell, I told Sealy to come and was told to pay for them to come and inspect which I grudgingly did. On 18 July 2018, 2 guys came in for an "inspection" and even before looking at the mattress declared that the mattress should be working fine and my wife and I had the wrong concept of how a bed should work.
Lo and behold, after testing the bed with a piece of string, two sinkers and a measuring tape they proudly concluded that it is perfectly fine and said it's working as expected. The bed had areas sinking in by more than 2cm in a matter of months and they are fine with that because it is less than 3.5cm ? I was lectured that this is a comfort issue and not a quality issue. It was comfortable until it started sagging. How is that not a quality issue? It seems that they just want the customer to keep suffering until it sags to 3.5cm?
I was "educated" that 3.5cm is the industry standard by the technician. When I clarified if that meant that a $500 mattress from another manufacturer is made to meet the same industry standard as this $3,200 mattress from Sealy since it's an industry standard. His attitude changed when I said that and offered to take the mattress back for further inspection.
Bed was better when it was returned back and the inspection fee was refunded. However, after another 5 months, the same problem came back. I'm starting to see a pattern here and I suspect that this is either an engineering failure or is the built quality from sealy so bad that the bed only lasts 6 months?
It's the Christmas break now, I can't have a good rest on my expense sealy bed and have to relegate to sleeping on the floor on top of $10 foam mat from Kmart. Will call them tomorrow to see how it goes. Will keep you guys posted.
So, two inspectors came and agreed the mattress sank more than 2.5cm in 6 months was not normal. They took the mattress back and replaced the panel and returned it. For the past 2 -3 weeks since I got the bed back, it has been really good and I've rotated the bed weekly. Strangely, the soreness is creeping back and I can feel the problem starting to come back.
Why are there Bad reviews?
Bought the Equisite Sealy mattress from Harvey norman it is so comfy and i have bad back and it hasnt hurt yet since i have slept on the mattress.Writing the review because i was angry with all the bad reviews probably based on getting ripped off by the salesman at the retailers. I also had a bad experince with Harvey Norman said he would look after me with a mattress cover then i checked the reciept took off 5 dollars and tried to throw in sheets but charged full price for that top bloke.
Don't buy it if you're a side sleeper- Sealy not what they used to be it seems
A very expensive mistake! We bought this from Forty Winks, Aspley around 4 months ago - we did their in-store computer test thingy to find the best mattress for your sleeping style and this was one of the recommendations that came up.
It felt pretty good in the store and we got the medium. I knew that ours would be firmer, being new and not having been tested by bodies, but the first morning I woke up and had a numb foot and pain in both my hip and shoulder. This was a daily occurrence but I persevered hoping the mattress would soften up. Eventually I got Sealy to come and have a look to make sure it wasn't actually defective, as it was so ridiculously uncomfortable but they said there wasn't anything wrong with it.
My husband was having similar issues although only in his shoulder. Two months later it was no better; every day I was waking up in the middle of the night with numbness down my side and in the morning getting up like feeling 100 years old and having to take anti-inflammatories to get through the day as well as visit the oesteopath regularly for the pain.
Eventually I called the store and they said to come in and chat. We did and were told there were two options, we could pay for an adjustment ($700 and no guarantees from Sealy it would be any better) or get a bed topper for $300. We chose the latter and, like the mattress itself, it was a total waste of money, the bed is no better.
I've just returned from a 2 week holiday sleeping on a 15-year old mattress on a tiled floor (a Sealy ironically) and had a perfect night sleep every night. My first night back on our bed and this morning I've had to throw back the voltaren so I can work (I work on a computer 8 hrs per day).
It's incredibly disappointing that a brand I once trusted (I had my own Sealy for 20 plus years without problem) has let me down so badly. We can't afford to throw another $700 at this mattress, so I have no idea where we go from here.
EDITED TO ADD: Sealy have just called and will do a factory check. If there's nothing structurally wrong with it (call me cynical but am sure that will be the case) they're prepared to offer me a comfort adjustment for half price, which is I guess is $350 more we're throwing at it. So our 'on sale' mattress actually not much of a bargain after all and we have no guarantee that the comfort adjustment will do anything more than the $300 topper did (which was nothing). I'll try to reserve judgement until I hear back from them.
I bought this mattress recently and was very happy with the delivery and financial arrangements.
I have only had it a short time and have found it very comfortable. It has improved the quality of my sleep.
I bought it from 40 Winks however I do not know if I got a good deal or not as all the stores put different names on their Sealy mattresses making it impossible to comparison shop. Also there is no way to identify financial value of added features. It is difficult to not feel duped. I wanted to feel confident in a large expensive purchase but I dont feel that.
Purchased our Sealy Posturepedic Exquisite (Rockefeller Queen firm) Nov 2017. 13 months
Really disappointed, very uncomfortable, sagging, raised centre of bed. Not the quality of past Sealy mattresses, expected better quality.
Not the Sealy of yesteryear !
Hi all. Don’t normally take the time to write a review, however given our circumstance, thought it important to share the experience. In Jan 2016, retired our old (wonderful) Sealy Queen for a King upgrade. Waited out for the Boxing Day Sale, entered Harvey Norman and left a few thousand dollars lighter with anticipation of the King arrival. The bed arrived and was professionally installed by the contractors. As the months passed, both sides of the bed sunk and the centre of the mattress became defined and higher. There was a real dip and roll sensation with the mattress.
Succinctly, I contacted Sealy Customer Care and described the situation and also informed them that my wife had taken retreat to a spare room as the mattress was so uncomfortable. The Customer Consultant burst out laughing and then explained that for $160 the mattress could be sent back for testing. In the event the pressure test was within range, it would be returned and I would be short another $160.
Life got in the way and I became very tolerant and reenforced the pillow top with another. To no avail. Another wasted call to Customer Service followed.
The King was an expensive flop and I have diswaided many friends and associates from making a similar error as a result of brand loyalty. Additionally, the Customer Support is far from supportive. After shelling out thousands for a bed, having an issue and the Customer Supoort team responding with disdain was the end of it for me. Hence now back from another visit to the January Sales, a few thousand lighter and another new King from another company.
In closing, don’t rely on yesteryear quality, brand loyalty and promises of warranty and customer care. Take your time to market research and check product reviews. Also take the time to write a list of questions for the seller. I trust that this has helped potential purchasers. Many thanks.
Best money I have spent.
I had my old bed for about 13 years. It was time for an upgrade. I have no medical conditions or problems. After a large amount or research, store visits and price haggling, I settled on the Sealy Posturepedic Exquisite (excellence: snooze). I have had the bed for a month and I have never slept better. It is soft yet supportive and has minimal partner disturbance. I see alot of bad reviews but I am a very happy customer.
We stupidly purchased the Exquisite Enchant Medium just over a year ago.It was very expensive and unfortunately is sagging and in my opinion,causing me back problems.I would estimate the average depth is around 20mm.Just less than the limit indicated by Sealy (32mm) to allow a replacement.Why am I not surprised.After a few months I believe the medium mattresses sag more than they should,even though they
feel a correct fit when you test them in the bed store.Perhaps a firm would have been a better choice.Either way,this shouldn’t happen.Our old King Koil lasted over 15 years and we should have kept it.Avoid the disappointment and go for one of the out of the box style mattress company’s.At least if it isn’t the best, you haven’t wasted a small fortune.
Worst Mattress with 10year warranty sales tactics
Purchased Sealy Posturepaedic from Harvey Norman, Warwick, QLD in March 2016. Within two years of use the mattress has sank in the middle, low enough to make uncomfortable even to just lie down rather sleep and cause body aches. Have rotated the mattress periodically as specified but just not durable even though the warranty is 10 years. The warranty terms and conditions doesnt justify for claims. 30 35mm sag is deemed to be normal in their terms.
But given the width of the double mattress not much, that sag is substantial enough to cause issues to the body.
They claim to use titanium springs for durability in their mattress. but having used for two years it has to be concluded that it is poorly engineered and the quality of their product is compromised for a rip off.
Perfect to dump it and dumped after approx 6 months
The worst mattress purchased and I have already dumped it for $500 mattress which does a better job. Every morning woke up with back aches lost it’s firmness in just few months. Save your money and don’t purchase this trash.
sealy queen mattress
ok sealy mattress queen size 3 years now honesty like memory foam gets really hot like a electric blanket if u cold u hot quick as normal bought it in dandenong had it 4 years been good till now its crap sinking a lot also flat now but mattress dont last long even warranty 10 years would I buy again as we paid $1300 no never again why because there not built to last and buy from a store is always great but look Ebay now selling beds cheaper no over heads and reviews are great this my second mattress sealy and last some have great reviews some dont but mine was ok till this year also no such thin if someone wakes up next to u dont wake up u move or get up, thats not true do u home work in buying a mattress
Perfect Firm Mattress, great nights sleep!
Owned an expensive latex mattress that left me feeling very hot during the night. Purchased a Sealy Posturepedic Mattress Exquisite Collection from Myers and couldn't be happier. I have had the best night sleep ever and feeling very cool, comfortable and supported, a great Australian product, thank you Sealy! The staff at Myers were lovely and the mattress was delivered on time by two gentleman as promised. Now feeling like a princess. This is the second Sealy Posturepedic mattress in our home and it wouldn't be our last!
Sealy posturepedic Solace encore plush
I paid $3800 for a you beaut back support Sealy Posturepedic mattress from Harvey Norman (With the best Australian warranty 10yrs). It was fine for a couple of years then stopped doing its job and sank more on the side i slept on. Called Sealy and was told i have to pay $50 call out fee and if there is any stains on it a further $240 plus for a replacement pillow top. I was asked if i bought the ensemble or is it on slats and then questioned, how wide are the slats and how much gap between the slats and how often do i turn the mattress is it squeaky is it torn or ripped ( cant be turned as it has a pillow top can only be rotated ). I was made to feel like they are tying to find a way to blame me so they dont have to warrant their product. Also will charge me transport. I questioned how long, and was told it may be done in one day as long as it can be repaired otherwise no time limit.
I will never buy a sealy mattress again their warranty doesnt mean anything!!!!
Think again before you buy sealy. The product may have been good 20 yrs ago but now its the same as a $100 mattress.
Long warranty just a means to get more money from you. Thieves
Worst mattress ever
Lower back pain is killing me, this people charge $7.000 dollar for a mattress and do not even have refund option. It should be investigated by the ombudsman. Even mattress that cost only $1.000 have that option. On top of that they sell a mattress that is not ready, they pretend you sleep all over the place, sideways upside down, then rotate the mattress every week this people is insane all this research and they can not simply sell a mattress that is ready to sleep. No you the customer have to do the work. So old school company stay away.
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