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I spent almost $1000 for queen size mattress. In less than two years, it's sagging totally. I am only one person, weighing 120. This is a terrible product. The warranty is so convoluted as to make it unusable.
On 5/10/18 purchased a Sealy Hybrid Cobalt Premier Queen size mattress. I currently own one that I purchased from Raymour & Flanigan. I am very satisfied with that purchase of year 2016. The second one is for my fiancé. The moment it was delivered when the plastic was removed I noticed 2- big stain. More it was different from my previous mattress. The stitches it’s also 2 inches less in height. The corners were like embedded as if the material was patched. Strings of threads coming out of the seems.
I am stunned I could not and don’t believe this is a product Sealy would sell to a customer. The fabric is alike in looks but different color and polyester. Very bad workmanship. I checked for PC Richard review as for selling mattress. I don’t know if this comes from them or from Sealy. I contacted PC Richard. They said they will call me back the same day. I emailed them the photos and yet no response. I don’t trust them selling mattress. They look as if it was refurbished.
Purchased a Sealy Mattress from Ashley furniture (King - $1,500) a little less than 2 years ago. The mattress started to noticeably sag after about 6 months, and became extremely uncomfortable after one year. Called Ashley and they sent out a technician to take a look and measure the depressions which were anywhere from 3/4 to 1 inch deep (they only take it with no one laying on it). Because Sealy as the manufacturer requires there to be 1.5 inch depression or more, Ashley indicated there was nothing they could do. It's now to the point (less than 2 years) my wife and I are sleeping on a blow-up air mattress just to get some sleep and wake up without back and hip pains (we are only in our late 30's). Will never buy a Sealy ever again... with so many complaints, you'd think they would want to rectify the issues.
Bought a Sealy Mattress in September of 2015, and I already need to get a new one. It has sagging to the point you have to lay in the same place to sleep comfortably. But due to their warranty it not covered. If a mattress has a 10 year warranty then it should be cover. Will not purchase anything else from Sealy.
Purchased this mattress, box springs and frame from John V. Schultz in Erie. They sent a rep out to measure the mattress and only got 1/4 of an inch indentation when they laid the rule across the mattress. They never laid down on the mattress. You sink in 5 or more inches and you always roll to the edge of the mattress. Called manufacturer and they said they would not give us any money towards a new one. The warranty calls for a 50% payment under 10 years and prorated up to 20 years. So now we have a junk mattress with no warranty.
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We purchased the Sealy cushion firm pillow top mattress, model 521619 from Gardner Wolf in August 2017. At that time it was nice. By November we started to notice that the mattress was sinking on my side mainly, I am a male, little over 6 foot and weigh 205 lbs. Not heavy by any means. I contacted Gardner Wolf and they said it has to be sunk in one inch or more, I measure one and 1/8 inch, notified them again and they sent what was supposed to be an independent contractor out to measure, they measured 7/8 inch, so my claim was denied. I am now starting to have hip and lower back issues, as a direct result of this mattress. My fight with Gardner Wolf will go on! Please, do NOT purchase this mattress!!!
Here I was given the run around from the moment I called Macy's to inform them that I want a new mattress being within 2 days I was sinking and being swallowed by my own mattress! Mind you, I paid eleven hundred dollars to boot!! Needless to say the company kept telling me to please sleep on it for 30 to 90 days so my body to adjust to it! Now it's going on three and here I am sleeping on a couch and the company to top it off Macy's I feel kept delaying me so that I couldn't receive a new which mind you they were impolite and extremely rude!!
Now I'm saving once again for another and I'll never buy from SEALY ever again! Sad part is I can't help but wonder if SEALY even knows what their customers are enduring being they entrusted Macy's to sell their products! I tell you all we don't have cash to throw away and this is why I felt compelled to speak up! Warranty number is enclosed so as you can trace back to receipt also bought @ Macy's North Shore Mall 2016 Peabody Ma 01960. Thank you for your time. Truly from my family to y'all!!
I bought my mattress from Sleep Train about 2 yrs ago. It was never comfortable. I thought it would get better after a while. Never. It only got worse. When I get up my back hurts, my legs hurt then it's really hot I sleep on my couch till about 4am then go to bed. It's ruining my health. I also now have arthritis in my left knee. Can never get a comfortable position. I am an older person but I know this isn't the reason. Could it be because they don't have a box spring?
After spending $1500 on a Sealy mattress at Nebraska Furniture Mart in Texas, I will never purchase another one. When this mattress was a year old, we started having issues with the foam pillowtop bunching in the middle of the mattress. There is now a 1 inch indentation in both sides of the bed. Because the mattress is not a 1.5 inch indentation, Sealy will not replace it. My husband and I cannot sleep on it any longer. He sleeps on the couch and I sleep in a different bedroom. I am tired of fighting over this issue with Nebraska Furniture Mart, who has sent out 2 people on 2 separate occasions to take measurements.
Both of the men that came out could clearly see the foam bunched in the middle of the bed and that there was an issue, but because of Sealy’s 1.5 inch policy, they will not do anything about it. I would gladly put this defective mattress in the back of our pickup truck and drop it off at the Sealy manufacturing plant if it were closer to our home!!! Are your mattresses only supposed to last for one year? At the one year mark, with the extra protection we paid for at Nebraska Furniture Mart, we have an unusable $1500 Sealy mattress. If Sealy can’t help us, I fully plan on letting social media know just how lousy this product is and about your policy that has us stuck with a one year old defective and unusable product.
With more than a year to go on a Sealy Thrill Plush Mattress, a guest commented on the mattress sagging. I'd forgotten since getting a new mattress for myself and moving it to a guest room 3 years ago... it's been defective at least 4 yrs. Mattress Firm told me how easy the warranty return would be and that Sealy would just replace the mattress. Seriously? WOW! No they won't. The process was easy to start and my phone chat with Kevin was incredibly promising. I had visions of being treated really well by this company and getting a replacement at a nominal cost. Then Step #2 - send more pictures. I did. Step #3 - need more pictures. Step #4 - I'm writing this.
I saw other reviews here and knew I don't have strength or space to pull, hold the mattress over my head while I snap a pic of the foundation, then hold the foundation and mattress over my head while taking more pix of the frame, the floor and any dust bunnies. No doubt I can buy from another manufacturer and end up with new bedding, feeling less aggravated than if had I continued along with this scam. They do talk a good game and the verbal warranty does sound good.
Purchased a Sealy Mattress from Mattress Firm in July 2017, filed a claim in January 2018. Sagging on both sides, side of the mattress is deflected like it was hit by a car. Sent in the pictures on their claim site and within hours the results were in, it's ok by their standards. Offered for me to pay for an outside consultant and offered a discount to buy another. They knew when they sold me this that Sealy has material defects and a class action suit is ongoing. Sounds like fraud to me. I do not like getting shafted. How about you?
We have a new Sealy Mattress that is horrible. We have had it less than 5 months and sinks on both sides leaving a huge mound in the middle... Called customer service and they suck. I have had NO help and have called 15 times... Asked for a manager and he was laughing and no help at all. Then handed the phone off to someone else for me to have to start all over again... Sealy Sucks. NEVER BUY A SEALY!
2 year old mattress failure - This twin size mattress was purchased for my son, who weighs 150 lbs. Unfortunately, the side he gets in and out of has broken down. I submitted a claim to Sealy and after a lengthy process, we were approved to replace the mattress with an equivalent one. Sounds good so far right, well we bought the mattress at Sleepy's (now Mattress Firm) and they do not deal with Sealy anymore. So they will not help with the replacement and delivery. To get my mattress, I either have to pay $150 to have it delivered to my home from Albany, NY or drive 200 miles to Albany from my home on LI to pick it up. This is crazy. Why do I have to pay to replace a defective mattress. I will never buy a Sealy again.
I bought a Sealy Mattress. A Queen. And, like most here, it sags in the middle. So much so that two people cannot easily sleep without having gravity pull them towards the middle. It's like sleeping on a slope.
I purchased the Sealy Ritz Carlton Mattress through Ritz Carlton Shops about six months. We spent a couple grand on the mattress because we assumed we are buying a quality mattress. The mattress turned out to be horrible and is sinking after six months. My husband and I are both experiencing back pain as a result. I contacted Sealy and they sent an inspector to inspect the mattress. About two weeks after the inspection, I contacted Sealy and they said the warranty claim has been denied because the mattress is sinking 1/2 inch. It needs to sink over 1 inch for them to replace it. They said to try again in six months. We have to continue to suffer for another 6 months, with the hopes that maybe they will replace it then.
When the inspector came to check the mattress, he just used some type of measuring device to test it. He did not apply pressure, sit or lay down on the mattress. How can he properly determine the extent of the sinking if they don't sit on the mattress. It's very upsetting that Sealy will is not doing anything about this issue. There are so many reviews on this site and other websites of consumers complaining of the same issue and they are not doing anything about it. I am very disappointed with Sealy and Ritz Carlton. I thought I was buying a quality mattress that would last me over 10 years. Unfortunately that is not the case.
Sagging mattress after only 6 months use. I purchased 3 of these (Sealy Posturepedic Pocket Athena 1200) for our home to find one of them has developed a hollow in the centre 3 inches deep about 12 inches across. Bought from Argos paid £600 pounds. They are replacing it but beware when I tried to contact Sealy. They send you back a list of instructions on warranty returns that will take hours to fill out with photos, effectively the onus is on you to prove it's a faulty product. They don't offer to visit and inspect! Very unhappy. Poor quality product. Customer service from Sealy very poor.
We bought a very expensive Sealy mattress. It was nice and firm and comfortable for about a year. The issue isn’t the sagging. Because of the nature of the mattress, it continues to sink when someone sleeps on it. Like quicksand. There is no visible sagging when no one is on it so the company won’t replace it. It wasn’t supposed to suck you down, only contour to your body. The company won’t even talk to you if you don’t have a warranty started with photos proving a sag issue. It’s a density issue and a pain issue. Now I have a useless expensive guest bed.
In April 2017, my husband and I spent over $1800 on a Sealy king mattress and box springs from Sears. In less than 3 months we could notice a decrease in support, which is getting worse with time. There are noticeable deep sags in the mattress - not just typical body impressions. One can easily see the curvature of the mattress where the sides curve upwards, with severe sagging in the middle. The depressions are noticeable to the eye even with the sheets, blanket and comforter on. This defective mattress is affecting our sleep, our lives, and our relationship! Between the 2 of us, we are experiencing night-time back and leg cramps, lack of a good nights sleep, repeated awakenings during the night, the feeling of falling into an abyss in the mattress and feeling trapped, and back and chest pain.
We have resorted to one of us sleeping on the couch and the other on the twin guest bed. Again, this is not just normal body impressions from sleeping on a mattress day after day, week after week, month after month and year after year. This is a total lack of support after less than 3 months! This is unacceptable and I am surprised someone has not yet filed a class-action suit against Sealy! I have filed a complaint with Sears and will see where that goes. I am willing to bet I get no satisfactory resolution or restitution with Sears OR Sealy.
On December 2, 2016, I purchased a Sealy Posturepedic Mattress and box frame from Ashley Furniture. Within three months the mattress started to sag. The sad thing was I am only sleeping in the bed every other week. After having them out to evaluate the mattress and being told I needed to add more support on the bedframe I still continued to have the sagging mattress issue. They sent another technician out and determined that the bed was defective and gave me a credit for the mattress in May, 2017. It was within two months that the mattress started to sag again.
In August I sent the paperwork in and after a couple of attempts of sending the papers in I finally had a technician out on October 23 and the mattress was sagging 1-5/8 inches. Once again I am offered a credit. I do not want to purchase another product from Ashley and more importantly I will not buy another Sealy product. I have a message into Harold the Director of Customer Service to get my money back. A mattress should not sag after just a couple of months!
Purchased a new Sealy Hidden Lake mattress about 2 months ago. By the 3rd night, it was sagging so badly on my side, I start rolling off onto the floor. Contacted Sealy, and they dumped it back on Ashley Furniture. Ashley sucks, so I have not tried to fight with them over it. I wish I had not let my wife talk me into going back there. And I will never buy another Sealy product.
Purchased a mattress topper from this company about a month ago. After giving the topper a couple days to expand to the full size indicated in the box I noticed the edges the top and bottom did not expand much at all, was nearly flat. If you've ever purchased one of these tippers, you'll know once they start to expand there is no way it's ever going back into the original box. Anyway so I contacted the vendor regarding this issue since the product comes with a limited warranty and this particular issue is covered under the warranty. On the first day I contacted Tempur-Pedic and after the rep I was speaking to consulted with her coworkers. I was told it's not a warranty issue and to take it back to the store for another one and that perhaps I got a bad one from the shelf.
Well I refused to take it back and explained to the rep this is covered by the warranty AND this was the last one on the shelf I shouldn't have to drive all over town trying to replace something that is covered by a warranty. The rep indicated she completely understood and agreed that it should be covered by the warranty but she's not in the warranty dept but those in the warranty dept are telling her it is not a warranty issue. She then proceeds to inform me she is meeting with her manager later that day and would discuss the issue with him and call me back later the next day. Well she called me back the next day and indicated her manager said it is not a warranty issue either. At this point it became very apparent to me that this company is potentially scamming customers on the down low but refusing to honor the warranty.
I indicated to the representative that I would be filing a complaint with the BBB. Upon filing the complaint with the BBB the vendor eventually responded indicating if the item is defective I could submit a claim with the warranty dept. However at this point and 2 phone calls later I have very little faith that when I call this issue will be handled to my satisfaction. I spent over $300 for this topper and less than a week it was obviously defective and they did Not want to resolve the issue (allegedly) until I contacted BBB. No thank you l, it should not be this difficult for an item that is clearly defective. I will not do business with companies nor people that respond like this. I work hard for my money and will not spend with people who practice bad business habits. I will jam it back into the box and return it to the store. BUYER BEWARE OF SEALY TEMPUR-PEDIC.
We have always had Sealy Posturepedic mattresses (4 in 50 years). Our current king set is about 6 years old, and has been sagging in the middle for about 2 years. We have had the furniture store where we bought it out 3 times, according to them this is normal wear. The "sags" have to be 1/2 inch depressions before anything will be done, if this is true, shame on Sealy for such shoddy workmanship. We will never buy another Sealy set again.
Me and my girlfriend bought adjustable base from a furniture company about four years ago and just recently bought a kitten that we have grown to love very much. On 09/15/2017 my girlfriend went home to find our cat crushed between the part that raises the mattress and the frame of the base. We are extremely upset not to mention the unforgettable mental picture the my girlfriend can't get out of her head of our dead cat. We are trying to figure out is to why such a huge company like Sealy that made the base had not put in effort in making it a safer product to put into homes. I thank God that it was not one of our kids and it could still very well have done the same cause I have felt the pressure and weight just by using my wrist for testing it.
There needs to be a safety switch of some sort on it to where if there is any resistance when going down that it stops and returns to upright position until object is removed. If it had a safety feature like that our cat would still be here. Also we had to call the furniture company just to find out the manufacture of the base cause there were no stickers or labeling on the base where there should at least be a secure warning label on the base in which the company failed to do so. I am contacting an attorney cause I have called Sealy several times and have gotten nowhere doing so. This needs to be dealt with before this happens again or worsens by being a person or a child. People may say, "O it was just a cat move on." But that's not the way we feel. Ya she's a cat but also family because our kids also suffer from this and have also been upset and cry still. It's sad.
A year ago we purchased a king-size Sealy Posturepedic - Leola Firm Euro Pillowtop from Sears. It was about $1500 for the mattress and box springs, but in a few short months we seem to a hard-packed ridge that developed down the middle of the bed. It is so uncomfortable that I need to sleep on the sofa for relief. I've researched online and have found MANY people with the same problem. It seems to me that this type of pillow top doesn't really hold up well and should be discontinued so consumers are not cheated out of a good night's sleep EVERY night! The sales person was an elderly lady who never mentioned the problem could develop.
The advice online is to beat the hump a couple of times a week, but we're older and really don't feel we should have to do such a thing. I think I will see if we can remove the pillow-top ourselves, then add our own padding. An extra expense, yes, but a possible solution. Can't afford ANOTHER NEW MATTRESS. Will never get another pillow top type and will warn others.
We have not had a good night sleep since day one on our Sealy Seafront Luxury Firm mattress. You sink into the mattress soon after you lay in it which I did not notice on the showroom model. We wake up in the middle of the night from the heat generated from this mattress. And you feel like you have to climb out of a sinkhole to get out of it. My husband and I have experienced pain since the first night, back and/or chest pain, waking up to numb arms. I wish that I had done my research before purchasing. Buyer beware. I will never buy another Sealy mattress or ever buy anything from Slumberland furniture.
I was going to contact Sealy but after reading these reviews I'm wondering if I should waste my time. But I feel obligated to so I'm sure that I will. Slumberland asked if I wanted to buy their mattress protection bag. I responded that I could probably find it less expensive at Walmart and passed. Even though that was a perfect opportunity for Brandon, the Mattoon, IL Slumberland sales rep, to let me know that my satisfaction guarantee with them was void if I did not buy the bag from them but he did not tell me.
So, it appears that we just have to take the loss which we really can't afford but you can't really put a price on a good night sleep. We haven't been functioning well due to the back pain. My husband who rarely misses work and rarely goes to the doctor missed work yesterday and went to the doctor for his chest and back pain. I don't even feel like I can give this brand new piece of garbage mattress to anyone else. What a waste! Would rate zero stars if it were an option.
This Sealy Mattress is junk. I should have took it back in the day I got it. Springs sounded like they were breaking inside. It is six years old but it was shot two years ago. It's sagging in the middle with a big hump in the middle. Complete junk. I'm not even wasting my time on awarding claim. It's going to the landfill.
I bought a Sealy mattress about 3 years ago for my son. About 2 weeks ago I called Ashley Furniture in Thatcher AZ where I purchased it. They sent out some guys to look at the sagging and weak spot where he sleeps. They took pics and left. They called back and said warranty would not cover it because it had a stain at bottom corner of bed where it got dirty from moving. I emailed Sealy and they said same thing but their own warranty says if it was not a direct abuse that it was covered. So how can a stain at very bottom corner of bed affect the middle of bed and make it sag... just their excuse for poor quality and even poorer quality in customer service. I would never buy from them again after spending 1000 to last 3 years.
Purchased a Sealy boxspring and memory foam mattress a few years ago and boxspring recently crushed (literally the wood was crushed, not just broken) and the mattress began to sag. At 8 months pregnant I am now sleeping on the floor because the warranty would not cover a new boxspring or mattress and I was advised to prevent any further damages to the mattress I should place it on the floor. To top it all off the service man left both the mattress & boxspring leaning against the wall with my 2 toddlers running around so I had to move it myself. Thank you Sealy for ripping off a pregnant woman hundreds of dollars and sacrificing her well being so you can stuff your greedy pockets with our hard earned money, and not honoring your warranty.
I purchased a Sealy Cahill Firm mattress and box spring in May 2015 and it is like sleeping on a rock which I love. The mattress is still as firm as the day I bought it (from Macy's). It is a full size. I have no complaints about this one and had no issues with sagging. However, I then purchased in December of 2016 an Indulgence queen size pillow top mattress and box spring from Bob's. That mattress has sunk so bad after a year that I told Bob's it is like a sink hole! They apologized and told me to come pick a new one and they will exchange it for me. I did today but now I'm second guessing the pillow top as I'm afraid it may sag like the first one. My Sealy is not a pillow top. I only weigh 125 pounds, so I shouldn't have a "sink hole" in the mattress. I have to give Bob's kudos for the no problem return!
I purchased a Sealy Mattress from Sears (March 21, 2017) in Deptford, New Jersey. I called to complain on several occasions, no response. The mattress causes me to sweat unbelievably. A TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY. This mattress came with tags which states it's FIRM, shipped from SEARS at the Swedesboro NJ location. The mattress is HOT and SAGGING!!!
Sealy Mattress expert review by Michael J. Breus, Ph.D.
Sealy has been making mattresses for over 130 years. It makes a wide variety of mattresses and is well known for its Sealy Posturepedic beds.
Cooling gel: Sealy offers beds with a unique cooling gel, which prevents the mattress from absorbing body heat so it stays cool while you are sleeping.
Variety: It offers a wide variety of mattress options, including innerspring, hybrid, gel memory foam and latex foam. Note that motion control is not so great at the lower price points.
Customer support: It offers excellent support during the weekdays and strives to make sure you are happy with your bed over time.
Value: It offers a wide range of options in all different price ranges so customers are generally able to find a good value.
Best for: Sealy mattresses are best for young adults, parents and new professionals.
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