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Can this bed be saved? 15 Feb 2021 13:27 #21

Naturepedic only sells Dunlop.

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Can this bed be saved? 15 Feb 2021 13:33 #22

empusa wrote: Dunlop. The only experience that I have with talalay is plush and I find that too squishy. There is also no GOLS certified talalay that I'm aware of.


You are correct, there is no "organic" talalay to date. It also makes perfect sense that the microcoil layer would feel like they conform better than dunlop latex. Thanks for clarifying.

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Can this bed be saved? 17 Feb 2021 07:32 #23

I want to add that the jury is still out on my Naturepedic EOS Pillow top, and I am still in the sleep trial period. I started out with the firm Base Coil, Medium Latex, Plush Latex, which I initially preferred, but I suddenly woke up with severe lower back pain in a less than two weeks. After this, I switched to the Medium Latex under the Medium Microcoil, which was comfy. That said, I keep feeling like my hips are slightly lower than my body, so I have been trying the Firm Latex, under the Medium Microcoil. It's much firmer and I don't feel like my hips are lower, but it isn't as comfy. Still, I can't shake the lower back pain. It's much improved, but still an issue. I'm going to switch back to my original mattress to see if this issue resolves.

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