perfect pressure

Section One

Memory foam sucks!

(We don't use memory foam)

Don't make the same mistake these buyers made.

"Worst bed ever. First of all, it is like a rock. When you move in your sleep, it take several minutes for the bed to realign to your body so you are lying in "holes" in the foam and have nor support where you want it, and weird shapes of foam poking into you. The worst part is the odor, which we were told would go away in several days."

"VERY UPSET. This bed hurts my body SOOOOOO bad!! I can NOT sleep. It is so firm and uncomfortable!!! Its like sleeping on a wood plank and nothing like a cloud or anything comfortable. I can not fall asleep and when I wake up my body is killing me. I would NOT recommend this bed to anyone that is not at least 250 pounds."

"Too Hot! I found the mattress very cool in the store. Unfortunately, at home I discovered after laying on the mattress for more than 30 minutes it becomes unpleasantly hot."

Section two

Memory Foam vs. Perfect Pressure

Ultra-low pressures and postural alignment cannot be achieved with flat foam layer constructions common to all other mattresses

Section three

You deal with pressure all day; let us deal with it at night.

Pressure maps don't lie!

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Perfect Pressure pressure map

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Serta® pressure map

Casper®

by

48.9%

Tempur-Pedic®

by

23.2%

Sleep Number®

by

37.5%

Sealy®

by

37.0%

Simmons®

by

56.7%

Serta®

by

16.0%

DISCLAIMER: The above pressure maps represent 7 of the 175 readings taken during the test. They should only be evaluated in the context of the entire double-blind test as reported by Dr. Black. These pressure maps represent an example of a favorable portion of the test with one of the test participants. Other maps with different participants might have different results.