Sleep Natural vs. Pure Talalay Bliss22 Jan
Latex is growing in popularity in the mattress industry, known for being all natural while relieving pressure as you sleep. But while it’s important to find a mattress that’s made with non-toxic ingredients, yet is still comfortable, the price is a substantial factor when deciding which latex mattress to choose. In this Sleep Natural vs. Pure Talalay Bliss comparison, we’ll go over materials used, comfort reviews, and pricing for both.
Pure Talalay Bliss is a premium latex mattress manufactured by Talalay Global in Shelton, CT. According to their website, the Talalay latex used in the mattresses is eco-friendly and hypo-allergenic, making it a significant contender for those concerned about the environment or who have allergies.
Pure Talalay Bliss Materials
Pure Talalay Bliss makes their mattresses with Talalay latex rubber. In their Signature Beautiful latex mattress, there are 3” of Talalay for active fusion, 3” of Talalay for pressure relief, and 3” of Talalay for support.
The Talalay latex used is:
- Oeko-Tex Class 1 Certified
This certification verifies the latex does not contain harmful substances and is even safe for babies.
Made using natural, biodegradable ingredients that come from renewable resources and water-based raw natural latex, air and water.
Naturally mold, mildew, and dust mite resistant to reduce allergy symptoms, and is antibacterial and antifungal.
What is Sleep Natural?
Sleep Natural mattresses were developed by Mark’s Mattress Outlet when owner Mark Hisle set out to build an affordable Tempur-Pedic alternative as requested by his customers. Sleep Natural builds their mattresses from natural plant-based materials.
Materials Used in Sleep Natural Latex Mattresses
Sleep Natural mattresses are manufactured locally with renewable and sustainable materials. In their Nightengale ET latex mattress, layers of continuous-pour latex provide pressure relieving comfort and a cool surface. Layers of the Nightengale ET include:
- Perfect Temp Technology Quilting
- 1.25” Kool Touch Foam that is CertiPur-Certified ( formaldehyde free, contain no ozone depleters, no CFC’s, have low emissions for indoor air quality, contains no mercury, lead, or other heavy materials, and produce zero air emissions)
- 1” Supersoft Latex
- 1” Plush Latex
- 2” Plush Latex
- 6” Latex Core
- 1.85” Base
Pure Talalay Bliss Reviews
According to Pure Talalay Bliss reviews on goodbed.com, many customers sleep well on their mattresses, but there are also those who say the Talalay latex is just too firm since it provides a sleeping “on” feeling rather than sleeping “in” as memory foam does. There are also those who say they liked how the bed felt in stores, but it ended up causing pain after sleeping on it all night, and they had a hard time with customer service help.
Sleep Natural Reviews
Sleep Natural customers rave about their sleep on their chemical-free luxury latex mattresses. They’re also pleased with the level of personal customer service and the fact that Sleep Natural backs up their product with a 60-day satisfaction guarantee.
Sleep Natural vs. Pure Talalay Bliss Cost Comparison
|Pure Talalay Bliss Beautiful||$3,499||$4,699||$5,799|
|Sleep Natural™ Nightengale ET||$1,949||$3,099||$3,599|
Which Mattress Should You Buy?
Both Sleep Natural and Pure Talalay Bliss latex mattresses provide luxurious layers of latex that relieve pressure and allow you to sleep cool. Both beds are made in the USA with natural allergen-free, hypo-allergenic renewable materials. But be sure to read all the reviews you can on the Pure Talalay Bliss just so you’re aware of potential problems. You can pay at least $1,000 less for a Sleep Natural bed that’s just as comfortable, and that guarantees you’ll love your mattress within 60 days or they’ll fix it.
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