Interested in a Kingsdown innerspring-based mattress? If so, this article has some important information that you need to know.
My research team has conducted thorough mattress research by collecting data from thousands of actual mattress owners.
Based on this research, Kingsdown innerspring-based mattresses (not memory foam or latex based) ranked behind Sealy and about equal to Simmons. It performed significantly better than Serta and Spring Air.
Specifically, about 58% of the over 100 Kingsdown innerspring mattress owners included in our research found their bed to be comfortable.
Compared to non-innerspring beds, such as airbeds, memory foam beds, waterbeds and latex beds, Kingsdown scored well below these bed types as did virtually all innerspring mattress brands included in our research.
The primary reason that Kingsdown brand did not score better among its owners has to do with sagging of the mattress. The owners often complained of the bed losing support and developing body impressions or sink holes within just a few years or even months after purchase, even if they flipped or turned the bed regularly.
Kingsdown is not alone in regard to having a significant sagging issue. All of the innerspring mattresses in our research have a noteworthy sagging problem, according to their owners.
Finally, I should point out that our research does not rate particular models, but rather the brand as a whole. Consequently, there may be some Kingsdown models that perform better than others. And Kingsdown also offers non-innerspring beds, and these may be more competitive than their innerspring-based beds.
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