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Restonic ComfortCare Mattress Review

Based on 91 Consumer Experiences

July 19, 2015

What You Need To Know

THE GOOD: Many models value priced • motion isolation from pocket coil models • few reports of significant off gassing or heat retention.

THE BAD: Fair-at-best longevity on average • limited conforming ability for most models • somewhat limited availability.

THE MATTRESS: Restonic (in business since 1938) ComfortCare is an entry- to mid-level innerspring mattress that features either bonnell or pocket coils. Its comfort layer includes one or all of the following: regular foam, memory foam, gel-infused memory foam, latex. Profile height ranges 9.5-17".

THE COMPETITION: Sealy, Simmons, Serta and several other innerspring brands. See how Restonic compares in the Innerspring Mattress Reviews – Summary.

Restonic ComfortCare Mattress Ratings

Ratings are based on 90+ consumer reviews of Restonic ComfortCare and possibly similar discontinued models. The data was gathered from diverse, credible sources.

Owner satisfaction D Restonic ComfortCare has 64% owner satisfaction. Learn more.
Durability / longevity d+ Similar to innerspring mattresses in general, the main complaint for Restonic is sagging. 22% or more of owners report their mattress sagging within three years to an extent that causes the bed to be uncomfortable and or unsupportive.
Price B- Prices often range from $410-$2400 depending on size and model.
Less (back) pain c At least 15% of owners report back pain due to sagging. See mattresses and pain relief for general analysis.
Conforming ability / pressure- point relief C- Can vary somewhat by model as thicker models tend to have more weight and temperature sensitive (contouring-to-the-body) properties. Overall, however, Restonic ComfortCare performs no better than fair.
Motion isolation c Can vary by model as those with pocket coils perform above average in regard to keeping movement from transferring across the bed. Models with Bonnell coils, however, perform below average.
Firmness / model options B Several models are available ranging from firm to medium-soft. Medium to firm tends to be best for back sleepers; medium for stomach sleepers; and medium to soft for side sleepers.
No initial odor / off gassing b- Restonic ComfortCare models with memory foam are likely to off gas somewhat more than models without memory foam. Overall, however, less than 9% of owners report a significant problem.
No sleeping hot B- Significant heat retention is a complaint for about 3% of owners.
Easy to move on B- Moving on / getting up off the beds is not unusually difficult unless significant sagging has occurred.
No noise c Some noise may come from models with Bonnell coils.
Short break in period B- Break-in time may be somewhat shorter than average.
Low mainten- ance b ComfortCare is one sided meaning it does not need to be flipped. But rotating (head to foot) may help prevent wear and sagging.
Easy to lift, handle, move c The beds weigh 60 to 130 lbs depending on model and size.
Specifications disclosed B Restonic provides thickness measurements for the various mattress layers but tends to not provide details of the composition of the materials, such as foam density.
Availability C+ Restonic is available at many furniture retailers and smaller mattress stores in the US.
Warranty B- Most Restonic models come with a 15-year non-prorated warranty. Most competing brands have a 10 year. (See mattress warranties: what you should know.)
Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating A Restonic Mattress Corporation currently has an "A" rating. Its rating in the recent past has been significantly lower.
SLTD Company Rating C SLTD (Sleep Like The Dead) company rating for Restonic is a "C". The rating is based on a combination of factors including product ratings by consumers, years in business, customer service, transparency of specifications, warranty, Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating and rating stability, number of BBB complaints / business size ratio.

Owner Satisfaction

With 64% owner satisfaction, Restonic ComfortCare rates similar to innerspring mattresses overall (63%) but worse than all mattresses overall (72%) which includes spring, foam, latex, air and futon.

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Owners using the bed on a limited basis tend to report significantly higher satisfaction than those using the bed regularly.


About our unbiased Restonic ComfortCare mattress review and research

Ratings are based on over 90 owner reviews of Restonic ComfortCare and possibly similar discontinued models.

Most Restonic owner data was collected from online message boards. Learn more about our mattress research methodology and sources.

Remember

– At least 22% of Restonic ComfortCare owners report significant sagging of their mattress occurring within the first 36 months. This is similar to the rate reported by owners of other innerspring coil mattress brands such as Serta, Sealy and Simmons.

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