Sealy Mattress Review The Sealy Alder Memory Deluxe MattressWe are slowly finding our feet here in Burgess Hill and the locals are kindly spreading the word. Good news, our bed shop is busier than ever. This may also be due to National Bed Month and the expert advice we are able to give our customers.

This week my Sealy mattress review is the Alder Memory Delexe

This is my third weekly review, and under the microscope this week is the Sealy Alder Memory Deluxe Divan Bed. We like to review Sealy mattresses that are in our bed shop.

To start off, visually this Sealy bed is very appealing. The Sealy Posturepedic mattress has a cover which incorporates eco-friendly Tencel, It’s a new ‘smart fibre’ that is designed to keep you at a optimum temperature to ensure a good night’s sleep. Also being hypoallergenic it’s approved by Allergy UK as it helps in the reduction in dust mites. Basically this double Sealy mattress looks great with its soft and plump knitted mattress cover in our bed shop.

Being all excited to lie on this comfortable looking Sealy bed for the next half an hour, after all it was an excuse for a paid rest break; I headed over to try it. My first thought was after that initial soft silky feel of the cover I could feel the deep layer of 40mm of luxury memory foam. It felt very supportive compared to similar mattresses I’ve tried that are much softer. Now this mattress has weight responsive posture springs so the support is there for all body sizes.

Sealy Alder Memory Deluxe Divan BedOne thing that I found fantastic, was once I got into my usual sleeping position this Sealy mattress contoured itself to my body shape. The memory foam layer really kicked in contouring my body. I felt support from head to toe and not once did I feel the need to change position. Even though I sleep on my side I could feel the pressure being relieved from my lower back, hip and shoulder area.

Spinal alignment is an important and sometimes overlooked issue Only when people already have a problem do they look at mattresses that will correctly support them. The Alder Memory Mattress has a PosturePedic seal of approval to guarantee a natural, supportive sleeping position

The Sealy Alder Memory Deluxe bed comes on a platform top base which complements the mattress to its highest potential. It allows the responsive inner springs used in this Sealy posturepedic mattress to do its job and makes sure you will feel refreshed every morning.

As with most divan bases, you still get multiple choices, ranging from non-storage to a full 4 drawer unit. There’s even an ottoman for those that require extra space. There’s a choice of fabrics which you can have your Sealy divan base upholstered in. They have a good choice of neutral fabrics which would blend with any room décor you have, our some bolder options

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Since first reviewing this best selling Sealy mattress, Sealy have introduced a range built to the same specification, but for those that are not so keen on a memory foam mattress. The Sealy Alder Wool Deluxe is now proving incredibly popular as an alternative.

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A bed of this quality and with so many benefits, I don’t think I could find a better divan and mattress set that starts at £449.00. Made in Britain with 5 year guarantee. It’s not hard to see why this Sealy posturepedic bed is one of our best sellers.

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Originally reviewed 11 March 2016 & Updated

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