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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 14 Jan 2020 10:41 #121

Hi! Sorry if you feel that we dont back up our products but we actually do. We have a life time warranty on our mattresses, not sure who else can claim that but I believe that is a pretty strong stance for backing up our products. Every company sets a limit to what is covered as a defect and ours is 1 inch. We have a great reputation for covering our products for our customers and we have thousands of positive reviews to show for it. Every company is going to have a slight difference in what is covered based on their understanding of their product. Good luck in your mattress search!

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 14 Jan 2020 10:53 #122

brookenestbedding wrote: Hi! Sorry if you feel that we dont back up our products but we actually do.


Greetings -- Thanks, and I don't doubt you! I'm simply pointing out that saying "body impressions shouldn't happen" isn't consistent with a warranty which won't kick in until there's a 1" crater. :)

My focus has been on what is covered, not just for how long.

Again, this misalignment of words and warranties is not unique to Nest, and it is not my intention to point fingers.

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 14 Jan 2020 11:16 #123

mtu1912,
No we didn't try to figure out which layer it was. We didn't like the mattress because it never stopped smelling of latex so weren't interested in working with it at that level. Some times the smell was stronger than others, for instance when the humidity was higher, but it was always there.

This past year we got adjustable beds so cut it in half and put new cases on the two twinxl mattresses. Then I decided to get new mattresses and entered this unreal world of trying to find a good, non-stinky, properly sized and as advertised mattress.

Currently we have settled with Naturepedic and are hoping that if we ever develop a problem with a layer we can sub it out and not have to ever buy new mattresses again.

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 14 Jan 2020 11:38 #124

Marshmallowforme wrote: We didn't like the mattress because it never stopped smelling of latex so weren't interested in working with it at that level. Some times the smell was stronger than others, for instance when the humidity was higher, but it was always there.


Well, that's unfortunate. I haven't read of many people with that problem ... hope we can avoid that. We have begun to turn down the bed every morning (a suggestion I first saw on Nest's site, and have since seen on others), so maybe that will help.

Marshmallowforme wrote: Then I decided to get new mattresses and entered this unreal world of trying to find a good, non-stinky, properly sized and as advertised mattress.


I hear ya. This has been harder than buying a car. :pinch: I hope yours works out for you.

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 15 Jan 2020 14:35 #125

Hey mtu1912,

Thanks for the update.

We talked with several vendors from the list here at TMU, and I don't have much of anything bad to say about any of them. There are some good people at these shops who seem to love what they do and are willing to provide lots of info.


Appreciate your support of the TMU trusted member program . We feel strongly that these particular mattress manufacturers/ retailers provide high quality products, excellent product value and responsive service support to their customers.

We're going to try a custom configuration from SleepEZ. What sold us, in addition to the knowledgeable staff, was the completely configurable product, with every layer except the quilting independently selectable for each side -- and, critically, every layer is replaceable, including the encasement. That takes a lot of the risk out of the long-term value proposition. (Not to mention makes it a LOT easier to move around!)


Congrats on your new mattress purchase :cheer: ! Happy to hear about your positive experience with expert trusted member Sleep EZ , sounds like their "custom configuration" option may be closer to a better solution for you.

I hope we can report back in a year or so that latex was everything we hoped it would be, and that our bed is still the same shape it was when we bought it!


Looking forward to updates mtu1912, whether it be a year or sooner…keep us posted ;) .

Cheers,
Sensei
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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 04 Mar 2020 11:55 #126

Can you comment on your experience with the model you have - medium I presume.

Has it gotten softer over time?

I’ve landed on the hybrid latex but I’m confused as to go with the medium or soft.

The soft felt better to me, but I have concerns it would get much softer over time.

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 19 Jun 2020 03:56 #127

NestHaven wrote: Sure thing - sorry for the confusion. We originally had the former Hybrid Latex design last year (8" coil/Talalay latex). We tried a couple of latex swap-outs, in addition to needing to get the cover replaced. Again, Nest Bedding was great in working with us to try to get us situated. In the end, though, we couldn't get that mattress to work. It was better than many of the other brands that we tried (Saatva, Intellibed, Leesa, Serta, Brentwood Home, etc.), but we were still experiencing pain in our shoulder & hip points.

Knowing our mattress struggles, we were given this new Hybrid Latex mattress (the 6" coil/Dunlop latex/quilted foam version) as a wedding gift from a family member who liked theirs, and it fixed the issues that we had been having with previous mattresses. For us, the 1.5lb quilting foam does a really nice job of easing the pressure on our joints when we sleep on our sides. We wouldn't want anything denser, as then the mattress would likely become too stiff. It's "just right" as it is now. The great thing is that there's still plenty of support when we sleep on our backs or stomachs. And we haven't had an issue with the mattress being too warm, either. It stays temperature neutral.

Again, it's a really nice design. The other latex hybrids that we'd tried (the 8" coil/3" latex/cover types) were never quite comfortable on our shoulders & hips when sleeping on our sides. The Avocado mattress, for instance, felt like sleeping on a firm board.

So, needless to say, we're very happy with our Hybrid Latex mattress from Nest. And after a solid 9 months of use, it's holding up very well.


Hi NestHaven. Which option do you have, medium, plush or firm?

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 19 Jun 2020 09:36 #128

We have the medium version (24 ILD Dunlop latex). We like it, and it continues to hold up well. When we got our mattress, the plush version was 14 ILD Dunlop latex, which was a little too soft - and we were also concerned about it becoming too soft/unsupportive over time.

I believe that Nest has since changed the latex up a bit - and that the Plush is closer to a 19 ILD, while the medium is now in the 27-28 ILD range.

For us, as lighter-weight side/back sleepers, we wouldn’t want anything firmer than our current 24 ILD. And honestly, if the 19 ILD were available when we got our mattress, we likely would have considered that.

Hope that helps, and please let me know if you have any other questions. Again, overall, our Nest mattress is holding up very well and is quite comfortable....

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 21 Jun 2020 11:21 #129

Hi NestHaven. Given the new ILD’s, would you recommend the medium or plush for side/back combo sleepers at 165/145 lbs? Thanks!

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Avocado mattress? ... & Nest Bedding options 21 Jun 2020 13:34 #130

It’s a tough call. You may want to check with Nest to confirm the ILDs. I might slightly lean toward the plush, but I’d want to try it out in person first to confirm if possible. Worst-case scenario, if you get the plush and it’s too soft, you could likely work with Nest to swap out for the medium instead. Hope that helps....

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