But we were very hesitant - it was the money. This mattress is an investment, plain and simple. But we also depend on the physical strength of the Husband to bring home a paycheck and anything that improves the health of his body and keeps him well rested is a win for us. After much penny saving and working extra so we could pay cash along with deliberation on which would be the right model and searching for sales and deals, we had an iComfort Prodigy delivered and set up.
|The Prodigy Insides - Source|
Now that the 120 day in home test drive is over let me just say, worth.every.single.penny. We have zero regrets about the money spent, there are no more morning back aches and no more waking up at night because you just can't get comfy (toddler sleep disruptions are another issue). Even better - the jumbo thread count sheets the hubby gifted me with to go on the new bed. Again, it's an investment but one we are happy with and would reccomend to others. The only problem I have now is to pick out new bedding and a bed - we went up a size to a queen and this may take longer than picking a mattress!
|A half made Saturday morning iComfort... I'm thinking an upholstered bed....|
Dust & antimicrobial resistant
Comfy but supportive
Re-enforced edges - you can sit on the side of the bed and not sink or slide off
25 year warranty
120 Day in home trial (very uncommon for NC)
One seriously heavy mattress (well over 100 lbs)
Disclaimer: This post is in no way sponsored by Serta. This is my experience with a product purchased with my hard earned dollars.