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Any of our esteemed members have any knowledge of these? We’re in need of new bedding and they have been recommended. It’s only available via internet so there’s no way to actually try it. Saatva has the usual return if you’re not satisfied guarantee but that’s a lot of hassle.

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Posts: 445 | Location: Southeast Tennessee | Registered: September 30, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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We have one, would NOT have anything else. Our nephew does as well, they feel the same way. My old, screwed up back would never go back.
 
Posts: 1593 | Location: North Carolina | Registered: June 16, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My young son has one and likes it. I prefer pure latex (which costs significantly more unfortunately).





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Posts: 23290 | Location: Row 2F | Registered: February 04, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
That's just the
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I recently purchased their Loom & Leaf memory foam model.This is my first memory foam mattress and I am happy with it. YMMV, of course. They are pricey, however.
 
Posts: 11865 | Location: St. Louis, Missouri | Registered: February 04, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Another positive vote here. We bought one a few years ago and had been very happy with it. We prefer the "old" style mattress with springs - not these newfangled foam things that so many folks seem to use.

We only had one formal guest room at our previous house. We have three at our new one so we set up a second one with a Saatva and people have loved it. Then, earlier this year, the wife and I upsized from a Queen to a King so we moved our old bed to the third guest room and bought a new Saatva for our King.

Saatva is our preferred brand now. Prices have gone up in the last few years but they have for everything. You can still get a Saatva for about 40%-50% less than a brand name mattress of the same quality in a mattress store.
 
Posts: 482 | Location: Middle Tennessee | Registered: May 16, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I bought a King Saatva mattress and box frame about 8 months ago. Delivered and set up by them (or their contractor). It's great. I purchased the Firm which could have been even firmer but I'm good with it.

It's well made.
 
Posts: 884 | Location: Federal Way, WA (It's a city not prison) | Registered: September 11, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Had one for several years now, and would buy it again. Buy it and enjoy getting a great nights sleep.



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Posts: 976 | Location: The Republic of Texas | Registered: April 11, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have their Zenhaven solid latex one and it is very nice. Got the Lineal adjustable base to go with and their white glove delivery service was top notch. What is really great is they offer a good trial period and you can exchange it out for another type if you don't like it during the trial.

"180-night home trial, so you have plenty of time to decide whether it's right for you. If at any point during your home trial you're not satisfied, just give us a call and we'll come pick up the mattress and refund your money, less a $99 transportation fee to cover our cost of gas and labor for the pickup."




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Posts: 5094 | Location: Bye Bye Maryland! Hello WV! | Registered: May 12, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have had the Saatva Hybrid for 3 years now and its been comfortable, but the top is bagging out. They said they would fix it for free but I have to pay to ship it back to have it rebuilt and no mattress for 3 weeks. So I can be without for 3 weeks and $200 or get a new replacement one in 3 weeks for $629..a new one is like $2250. My wife doesnt know if she wants another Saatva or something different so nothing has happened yet. I had a Temperpedic and bagged it out and the replaced it free of charge and than the next one did also after a few years. The Saatva Latex Hybrid sleeps a lot cooler than the Temperpedic. We arent big people 200lb and 160 respectively.
 
Posts: 251 | Location: Oklahoma | Registered: January 11, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've messaged them about a split queen box / foundation for their "Classic" hybrid innerspring mattress [firm]. The upcharge was *only* $30 IIRC and the response time was about a minute.

Ya, baby! 14.5" and 8.75" foundation. Git that crash pad high!

Charles P. Rogers delivers their innerspring mattresses rolled tightly in a box. Great warranty but the shipping method leaves me unsure.
 
Posts: 8636 | Location: Mid-Atlantic Region | Registered: March 24, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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