Based on 89 Consumer Experiences
THE GOOD: Many models value priced • above-average warranty • few reports of significant off gassing or heat retention.
THE BAD: Fair-at-best owner satisfaction and 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 9.5-17.5".
THE COMPETITION: See how Restonic compares in the Innerspring Mattress Reviews – Summary.
The ratings – based on 85+ consumer reviews gathered using an unbiased, accurate methodology – show how Restonic ComfortCare rates against the average mattress.
|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. About 22% of owners within three years of ownership report sagging occurring to an extent that causes the bed to be uncomfortable and or unsupportive.|
|Price||B-||Prices often range from $450-$2200 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.|
|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 options||B||Several models are available ranging from firm to medium-soft. (See firmness guide.)|
|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 the innerspring coils.|
|Easy to maintain||b||Most ComfortCare models are one sided / no flip. 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.|
|Specs 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-||Warranty length can range from 1-25 years, but 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.)|
|BBB rating||C||Restonic Mattress Corporation's Better Business Bureau rating is "C" currently.|
|SLTD Rating||C||SLTD (Sleep Like The Dead) company rating for Restonic is a "C". The rating is based on a combination of factors including years in business, customer service, transparency of specifications, warranty, Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating and rating stability, number of BBB complaints / business size ratio.|
With 64% owner satisfaction, Restonic ComfortCare rates similar to innerspring mattresses overall (63%) but worse than all mattresses overall (72%) which includes innerspring, foam, latex, air and futon.
Owners using the bed on a limited or light basis tend to report significantly higher satisfaction than those using the bed regularly.