If you are considering a Serta Perfect Sleeper, then this article has some vital information that you should know.
My research team has conducted systematic mattresses research by collecting data from thousands of mattress owners.
Based on our research, the Serta Perfect Sleeper ranked below Sealy, Simmons and Kingsdown in regard to comfort. It did, however, rank above Spring Air.
Specifically, about 51% of the over 100 Serta mattress owners included in our research found their bed to be comfortable.
The Perfect Sleeper is an innerspring-based mattress. Compared to non-innerspring beds, such as airbeds, memory foam beds, waterbeds and latex beds, Serta scored well below these types as did virtually all innerspring mattress brands in our research. Specifically, non-innerspring mattress types and brands as a group had a comfort rating of about 83%.
The main cause for the Perfect Sleeper not scoring better among its owners involves sagging of the mattress. The owners frequently complained of the bed losing its support and developing body impressions within a few years or even months following the purchase, even if they flipped the mattress on a regular basis.
The Serta Perfect Sleeper is not unique in regard to having a sagging problem. Overall, all of the innerspring beds included in our research possessed sagging trouble, according to their owners.
In conclusion, based on our research, the Perfect Sleeper compared to other brand and mattress types performs near the bottom of the pack. This does not necessarily mean that you should not consider it because the mattress may suit your personal preferences. However, it should probably not be at the top of your list. Consider the other innerspring beds or, better yet, consider the non-innerspring mattresses, namely those that primarily use memory foam, air or latex.Serta Perfect Sleeper Reviews & Ratings - How Does it Compare VS Sealy, Simmons and Spring Air