The Truth About Mattresses

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If I asked you what your mattress-buying experience has been, or even what you'd expect it to be, chances are high that you'd tell me that it's rather painful and expensive. And if you purchased a mattress from a traditional retail store, you'd be right. Conventional mattresses tend to cost a small fortune, your handed a hard sell, it's terribly time-consuming, and rather overwhelming. But why? Three illogical reasons, actually ...
  • Most mattresses are sold through a lengthy supply chain from manufacturing to point of sale at either an online or a retail store.
  • Along this process, the mattress prices are marked up 6-12 times.
  • What's more is that conventional mattresses have a bunch of foam or extra layers of material added to them. These extra layers are marketed as making the mattress more comfortable, when in reality, they only serve to reduce airflow and add cost.
But here's the thing. Your mattress-buying experience doesn't have to be this way. 

With Tuft & Needle, there's no jargon or convoluted product specs. They simply sell you a high-quality, 10-inch thick mattresses (two layers, not 10) made out of Tuft & Needle foam (foam that is freshly poured and cut here in the USA), and Tactel fabric that comes from a 90-year-old, family-owned textile mill in the Carolinas. 

They also don't sell their mattresses through a long supply chain. They make them in the U.S. and sell them to you directly — at an honest price. 

So if you're looking to sleep on an honestly crafted mattress that's sold to you at a fair price, you're wise to check out Tuft & Needle.

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The Truth About Mattresses The Truth About Mattresses Reviewed by Aine Garcia on Thursday, August 27, 2015 Rating: 5

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