Pros: Looks nice
Cons: 2 mattresses--one as hard as a rock, the other only as hard as asphalt
Five years ago we bought a Perfect Sleeper Newport because we wanted to upgrade to a king size bed. I had never picked out a mattress before and didnt really know what to look for. We were mainly looking for a good name and something in our price range. The first night I felt like I might as well be sleeping on the floor. It was so rock-solid hard that I could barely sleep in it. I tried it for a few more weeks before giving up and exchanging it for a Perfect Sleeper Worthington, a bed slightly more soft. This new bed was slightly more comfortable and I was just happy to be rid of the old one.
But I never slept well in this bed. After four years I figured there was just something wrong with me. It would usually take me several hours to get to sleep at night. Id often wake up with numb limbs and not be able to fall back asleep. I could never sleep in, even on weekends. It seemed like I could never get a good nights rest.
Then one day we sold my sons crib and moved in a regular bed for him. He had a 25 year-old hand-me-down twin mattress that was so springy that I cringed and wanted to replace it. But he loved jumping on it so I figured Id let him wear it out. That was until I fell asleep on it one day. I slept like a baby. Im a side-sleeper and the springy mattress took the pressure off of my hips and shoulder. Ever since then my husband and I have been fighting for turns to take naps in his bed. And Ive been searching for the perfect mattress for us.
About six months later I got rid of the Perfect Sleeper, but Im not happy with my new choice. Still searching