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A General Review Of Restonic Mattress

Restonic is not such a well known company like Simmons or Sealy, but it has a lot of different products to offer. And because of that, it is not easy to say are they a good or a bad brand. It definitely depends on the product we are talking about, about your personal preferences, bed firmness you prefer and the price range. So it is best to read this humble Restonic mattress review and find a bit more about this brand and is it worth to check them out.

Since Restonic is a smaller manufacturer of mattresses, they have been trying to find a niche that could be profitable for them. They offer anything from innerspring, viscoelastic, magnetic and even air beds. There is a wide variety of choices. This is a good thing in start, since that tells us they do have a consumers that are satisfied with their products and are buying them. It is an important part of business for any brand, if their beds are being sold in different price ranges and niche’s, then they must have been doing something good.

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The main product for any company, and it’s the same for Restonic, is a innerspring mattress. The line that represents them in this company is called ComfortCare. The features of these products are numerous but I think we should stay away from all those “Mega Giga Foam-Metal Support Coil” expression and just say it how it is. These ComfortCare mattresses have more coils in the center, to give some support for our bodies. It’s a classic, but the low quality manufacturers don’t do this. So, one plus for Restonic is here. Second, we have a improved edge that is filled with a foam of higher density that gives more support and firmness to the edge. This gives more space in your bed and keeps you from falling on the floor if you are closer than you should be. Another plus, so it is 2:0 for mattresses this company offers.

The Firmness Of Beds Restonic Makes

When it comes to firmness, it’s a good thing that you can choose it. There are three levels of bed firmness and you will recognize them as Firm, Plush and EuroTop models. If you didn’t figured it out, because I know I didn’t, EuroTop is the softest of these three. 3:0, right?

I will tell you that these are good beds. And they are affordable. But how are they compared to other brands, like Serta or Sealy? Well, lets just say that Sealy Posturepedic is the biggest competitor to ComfortCare line. That one is tough to beat. The plus for Restonic is that their mattress is considerably cheaper, but Posturepedic will last you longer. The main complain from consumers is that Comfort Care models sag after several years. Now, this is not something that is completely true since it doesn’t mean that this will happen to you. If you pick a firmer model and you are not a heavy individual, you can enjoy in this model for quite some time. In case you like to sleep on a soft surface and you are not a slim person, then Sealy Posturepedic mattress is better for you. Innerspring finishes with a decent 3:1 score. Not bad.

Innerspring variant gets a good grades, now lets move on to Restonic latex mattresses. There are many models to choose from, but the usual offer is a 6 inch thick core. You get to choose various mattress toppers and quilts. What is important to determine the quality of these latex beds is the quality of latex itself. Providence line, the name Restonic has for their latex line, is using the same materials like Sealy, Serta and Simmons do. This tells you a lot about the quality, and it is a plus for Providence beds. The same material goes into other brands, but they are bit more expensive, which is another good thing to hear. This means you do not have to go for a Sealy SpringFree, just choose Restonic Providence and then add the topper and mattress pad you want. It will be the same quality, but you will end up with more money in your pocket. Use it to buy something else. Oh, I forgot to say the score. 2:0 for the home team. If you are looking for a latex, Restonic could/should be your choice.

When it comes to memory foam, we all know that they are the latest trend in this industry. But there are many companies offering lousy products that they want to sell for high price. Baiting customers with lower price, knowing that they want a good and quality sleep but can’t afford it, is not a nice thing to do. But still they do it, so you have to learn how to protect yourself. A bit off topic here, but do check the quality of memory foam or visco foam mattresses before you buy them. Restonic is one of the brands you can put your trust in. The HealthRest models have 6.5 inch thick core, and 3.5 to 4.5 inch of visco topper, depending on the model. These are good measurements, since a thicker foam is not a good thing. You will fall through and wake up completely cramped. These Restonic Sensi mattresses are really attractive offer. Comparing them to True Response and True Form, they are almost equal in quality. But since big brands are gonna ask you some more money to charge their popularity and image, you are better of with Restonic. If the price difference is not so high, I would say that they are all equal. But I have to consider the price too. After all, if we could all pay for the most expensive one, we wouldn’t even need mattress reviews, right?

Since they have right thickness and are priced right, they get two points. They lose one due to being a lower quality then Simmons, Serta and Sealy, which leaves them at 2:1.

In overall, Restonic mattress is a fine choice. Quality wise, they are a bit under the bigger boys in the playground. This is also the case when it comes to the variety of choices. But price wise, they are much better. So, if you want a good bed, but also want to take care of your piggy bank, this company is your friend. You will get a good bang for the buck you invest.








  1. Kathy Kolbow says:

    dear Restonic,
    Have you stopped making the “Signature
    Mattress? Were there problems with it? is it still okay to buy a double, firm, “Signature” Restonic. How much should I be paying for this product. thank you kathy

  2. ray forbes says:

    I had slept on a Restonic bed for over 18 years. It WAS a great mattress. I loved it. When I replaced my mattress, I went Restonic. What a mistake. After 2 months, I was already using a mattress board, and now after 4 months, the edges have collapsed, and I am getting delivery of another brand today. Restonic quality is a thing of the past. Corporate Restonic told me “Things are not what they used to be”. This is not reassuring. Go with another brand. Restonic is history.

  3. Wanda Sears says:

    I have a Restonic 2 years old. I hate it!!! For the last 6-8 months, I fell like I am sleeping in a hole, have difficulty turning during the night, etc!! I have ask for a Restonic Rep to take a look at the mattress!!

    I have rotated the mattress as suggested during my 2 years and feel that this should not be happening!!! Wish me luck!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Rex Perry says:

    We had a sensi allure memory foam mattress from Restonic. After 5 years it began to sag a bit in the middle. Restonic honored their 15 year warranty and replaced our mattress. That is great customer service!

  5. Brandy Roberts says:

    My parents have a Restonic which is less than 5 years old that has been rotated regularly with proper supports. They now sleep in the spare bedroom as their mattress looks like an inverted V; it’s been repaired a twice at her delivery expense of $70 each time.

  6. CM Rigau says:

    What are the prices for a Restonic firm inner spring mattress? Full Size,
    Queen size?

  7. Sonia Martinez says:

    I am sleeping on my 3rd mattress in 25 years and absolutely love the Ambleside. It is the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on. There is only one problem, I can’t watch TV in it because the minute I lie down, I am asleep!!!

  8. Deb Gory says:

    I absolutely love my mattress; my husband and I have been married for 15 years and now we can enjoy blissful sleep because of the “no sleeper roll together” feature of the Marvelous Middle.

  9. Wendy says:

    Are the mattresses you are complaining about innerspring?? pillowtop? Memory foam? or latex?

  10. shawn says:

    I recently bought the Restonic Cameo Euro from Batchelors Furniture. I tested all the beds before buying and the sales rep said that it was by far the softest and best for a bad back, which I have had for a few years now. I tried to look up info on this mattress but have been unsuccessful in finding anything about it. I bought the mattress on clearance and havent slept on it yet. Does anybody know anything about this mattress as far as comfort and reliability goes?

  11. Brian LeDoux says:

    We bought a Restonic Cumberland two years ago. Almost immediately, the thing sagged towards the center. We thought it must take some getting used to and lived with it. Never improved. Rep is coming out tomorrow. Wish us luck. I would never suggest this mattress to anyone. Failed immediately. For $1,000, we thought it would perform much better.

  12. karen shea says:

    I have one that I absolutely hate! I weigh 90 pounds, yet the mattress has a sink hole where I sleep, which developed within a year. Wake up every morning with pain. Had the rep from the store come out 2 times. Each time he said it “wasn’t a deep enough hole to be concerned about!” Now the store where I bought it is out of business and Restonic doesn’t seem to care. Do yourself a favor and do not buy a Restonic.
    PS: Mine was not cheap! $1200 !!! for garbage

  13. jimbo says:

    Listen up people.All companies make good and bad product.Sometimes it is not the mattress but the size of the person.The best thing to do is buy a mattress that is as firm as you can sleep on.If you chose to make it softer get a mattress topper or feather bed

  14. John Pitcher says:

    My wife and I are looking to finally replace our waterbed after 25 years. We are seriously looking at a Restonic Ultra PT Bamboo king size with static box springs. We are both around 200 pounds. We’ve tested the in store mattress and have found it very comfortable. Any recommendations? (The asking price for the box springs and mattress is just over $2200 with tax).

  15. JK says:

    Don’t do it. We are on our second replacement and we hate this thing. Two months in to this one and the sides are collapsing and the sagging has started. We purchased it at Scan Design. Combined we weight less than 300 lbs so it is not because we are fat.

  16. Saher Saif says:

    I like Restonic beds, I’m using it from last 5 years, it’s great and I love it! May be you people brought some duplicates!
    Try to buy from the Genuine Showrooms.

  17. Peggy St. John says:

    We are on our second mattress in 9 months and this one also has 2 large sink holes where we sleep????
    We are not big people and it is getting deeper each week.
    When you call company to report they want your credit card to come out
    to check depth of sink holes..

  18. L. B. says:

    Bought a Restonic Ltd Edition 1 1/2 yrs ago, paid top dollar for a King Set, Pillow Top. 14 mos after rotating according to furniture store, we have a sink hole, that swallows me each time my husband gets in bed! Neither of us are large people. The springs inside I think have either broke or snapped, as they make such a noise when either of us gets in bed, it’s hard to believe we paid the kind of $$ we did for this junk!
    Have made arrangements with sales people, for next week to replace. Will definitely look at another brand or even a full refund at this point.

    Sleep is just too precious to us both, to be rolling into a sink hole each night!

    Owner @ furn. store admitted to having to return upwards of 3 Restonics a yr. So reconsider any purchase with the Restonic label, I don’t care what the sales people tell you.

  19. David Arnold says:

    We have had a restonic for less than a year and the thing is caving in on both sides where my wife and I sleep. I have contacted the store where it was purchased and are now going through the warranty process. from Restonic. I will keep everyone informed as to the results and how they honor there warranty.
    David Arnold
    Ocala fl

  20. Patsy Thomas says:

    Have had a Restonic for 12 years. I love it!

  21. Donna Morgan says:

    We bought our restonic on November 11, 2010… I would never recommended this bed to no one… I should have read these reviews before buying ……The lady in the showroom said this was a great set…..We already have sink hole less then 3 mo………restonic does not support our dreams!

  22. Charles Wilkes says:

    My mattress purchased two years ago for $1600.00 (15 year guarantee) is crap. Its like sleeping in a trough. Mattress OneCompany sold the mattress to me and now wants nothing to do with the restonic company.
    Do not buy from Mattress One or Restonic.

  23. Jonsie says:

    My husband and I are small people. We purchased the Restonic Brilliance Super Plush only 6 wks ago. We are both sleeping in holes.We bought a second one for a guest room After reading all of these reviews, we are wonderring how the CEO’s sleep at night ? If they sleep well, then we want one of those beds. How about it !

  24. Bobbie says:

    My husband and I purchased a Restonic King Pillowtop Mattress last year and love it to this day! It was a bit pricey ($2200), but ever since we bought the bed our back pains have reduced tremendously (we both have bad backs). We rotate our mattress once a month per directions and have not had any issues with a sink hole as mentioned on here. The sales person did warn us that it would happen if we would not rotate the mattress; probably those customers forgot to do so or their sales person did not make this recommendation.

    Anyone that has ever laid on the bed have fallen in love (and asleep) with it instantly; when they wake up they say they feel as if they slept for hours as it was that comfortable. I would recommend this product to anyone and everyone.

  25. Dani says:

    I don’t agrree…my husbnd and I can hardly wait to get rid of this mattress…huge sink hole in middle, and, I can’t sleep without pillows between us to keep from rolling into him

  26. Uncle Bob says:

    We bought a Restonic Diamond firm king in March 2008 and were assured by the store that it was the firmest mattress the company made. What a huge mistake! It is now March 2011 and the bed is sagging terribly! Their warranty states 10 years… ha! What a joke! Between the store and Restonic, we are getting the run-around! NEVER, and I repeat, NEVER purchase Restonic. The do not stand by their product!

  27. Elaine says:

    Bought a Restonic Imperial deluxe King size bed February 2010. One month after buying the mattress it started to sink on both sides leaving a hump in the middle. We turned the mattress with good results for a few days then back to the sink holes. I tried sleeping on the hump to even the bed out but I roll off after going to sleep. This bed was purchased at Mattress Warehouse and when we went to them with our problem we were told we had to call Restonic. We are waiting on a reply from Restonic! This in the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept on and it wasn’t cheap!!!! Don’t by this bed or purchase it from Mattress Warehouse because they don’t stand behind the products they sell!

  28. Zoe Wilder says:

    I’m trying to replace a Restonic set that we have slept on for over 15 years. Bought a Serta that began to sag after 2 days. Returned that set and moved the Restonic back to the bedroom. Trying to find a good firm mattress that will last. I have nothing bad to say about Restonic. Got on this site trying to find store that stills sells this brand.

  29. Anya says:

    Hey Zoe,

    I am selling my Restonic with box springs. If you live in the Seattle area…let’s talk. If you are still in the market.

    I do love my Restonic, no complaints. Unemployed and need cash.

  30. Erik says:

    Bought a Restonic, had never heard of the brand before but we were looking for a mattress for a spare bedroom in our new house. We ended up getting a queen size Restonic for the spare and quite frankly I like it, if not love it better than the 9 year old Sealy Posturepedic pillowtop we have in the masterbedroom. Granted the Sealy is almost 10 years old, and maybe perhaps it’s the fact that I now prefer the firm Restonic to the Pillow Top Sealy. It’s worth noting that the Restonic Firm has made me realize that I prefer firm mattresses. We’re now shopping for a king size mattress set for the master and I’m about as confused as everybody else after reading reviews. I also must say the Restonic was purchased for like $399.00 and I’m amazed, maybe it’s not worth the extra $$ for all the bells and whistles.

  31. beesmou says:

    i had a restonic for over 20 years and loved it….was destroyed when i moved cross country and it was packed improperly. i bought another marvelous middle mattress in january and before the month was over it was sagging. i had to take my own pictures of the problem and send it to the retailer for shipping back to the manufacturer contracted to make the mattresses. it was sent back and not fixed. the retailer knows of the problem but won’t refund the money. i called restonic corp, was offered a refund but both the manufacturer and retailer told me that the corporation could not tell them what to do and had not business telling me they’d give me a refund. basically, restonic doesn’t stand behind their product or the company that manufacturers the product. i’m really disappointed in the product. i’m stuck and can’t afford to simply replace the mattress at this time. i have lost a lot of faith in usa manufactured products.

  32. joanne zorzi says:

    I agree totally! We purchased a Restonic a year and a half ago..it is horrible. Sagging and huge indentations! Restonic told us we could ship the mattress back to them and they would fix it! We went out and bought the Sleep Number bed…what we should have done from the start. We wasted 1200.00 of our hard earned money on Restonic.

  33. Bill / Mag says:

    We bought a Marvelous Middle set for over $2000.00 from a local retailer (Al Grace Appliance) in Rockford, IL and have had service repair after repair.We have a huge sink hole in middle, and, we can’t sleep without pillows between us to keep from rolling into each other. The 10 year warranty that was a selling feature is not worth the paper it’s written on. All I wan’t is for Restonic to replace this peace of junk with a conventional mattress, but no they won’t.

  34. Donna says:

    We bought a Restonic King size “Paradise” mattress in Feb.2011. This is the worst purchase I have ever made.The mattress is mounded in the middle,slopes on the sides at the top,and at the foot. We cannot get comfortable on this horrible mattress. My husband and I both wake up with back ache and hip ache. We jumped through all the hoops taking pictures holding up ruler in the low spots,filling out forms,writing letters and talking to warranty dept. The only option we have is to pay for pick up and they will charge us for any repairs and delivery and then if it is not right we pay again pay for any work or delivery. My husband actually has rolled out of bed in the night and onto the floor. We are stuck with a lemon. There is no customer service with Restonic. We would never buy another Restonic .

  35. Liz Hunt says:

    I have had my Restonic for over 35 years. All I know is we paid extra to have it firm. Yes, it is fine now. I do clean it about each time I change sheets. It has one small dent on the side where we had to bend it to get it up the stairs at one of
    my homes. People can not bellieve my mattress is over 35 years old. Maybe it
    is true, things are not made like they use to be but I love it and I am not about to
    get a new one. This one is perfect.

  36. Chris Corbett says:

    We bought a Restonic Comfort Master firm Queen less than 2 years ago in the Dallas Fort Worth area, where we live. My wife and I are not overwieght (about 180 and 130), but the mattress developed SINKHOLES where we sleep within a few months. it made my wife’s back feel horrible. We just dumped it for another brand. I can’t recommend Restonic.

  37. Emily Anderson says:

    We purchased a Restonic with the “marvelous middle” in June, 2010. Within a month or two, it was already sagging. After multiple conversations with the owner of the furniture store where I bought it, in May, 2011 we returned it to the manufacturer. After sleeping on an air mattress for 3 weeks, they finally returned my mattress stating that nothing was wrong with it. They replaced the pillow top with a firmer version, but that was it. To me, that’s like putting a piece of cardboard over a bowl of jell-o and expecting it to support a glass of water. Anyway, we spent $1,300 on this mattress thinking it was of decent quality, well it’s not! I WOULD NOT recommend anyone purchase a mattress from this company. I haven’t had a good night’s sleep in a year and a half. I wake up with back pain, pinched nerves, muscle spasms, shoulder pain, hip pain, you name it. I’ve never suffered from much pain in my life, and never had back issues until buying this mattress. As soon as we save up the money, we will get rid of this mattress and buy a totally different brand. Just for spite, I might even dump the POS off at the furniture store where I bought it and tell them to dispose of it because I wouldn’t want to sell it or donate it because I wouldn’t want anyone else to suffer or lose sleep! Again, DON’T BUY A RESTONIC!

  38. Andrew says:

    ComfortCare mattress is what we got for our new king bed. So far, it served us well. We wanted to take this one because it has 25% more coils in the middle. I don’t know what happened to Emily’s product, but ours is just fine. We’re sleeping on restonic comfort care for over 7 months and we don’t have any problems. We’re actually thinking of buying another one for our guest bedroom.

  39. Vanila Ice says:

    Is there anyone with an experience on ComfortCare Select Mattress? I’m looking to get a queen size but am not sure how reliable this brand really is, after reading the comments here. My friend has one and its perfectly fine for him. I also wanted to choose Restonic, since they are reasonably priced, but don’t know will my comfort care select last for years… help!! 🙂

  40. Confused says:

    OK, I think this brand is not so bad at all. I have their mattress for 15 years and it was perfectly fine. I want to replace it now and have set my sights on ComfortCare mattress with air flow and dream beam technology. This is a bit of an upgrade to the regular bed, but I can afford it and want the best. After all, we all spend 1/3 of our life sleeping!

    I’m gonna order mine soon and just wanted to say I’ll send the review in a month or two. I want to make sure everyone reads my experience too, because I can’t believe what some people here write about. If this Restonic comfort care air flow mattress is so bad, they would be out of business. There is a limited number of people you can deceive, but if you’re on the market for decades, you’re probably doing something right.

  41. Miriam says:

    Me and my husband got a HealthRest latex mattress and have nothing but positive things to say. This is the most comfortable and easily maintained mattress we ever had. We thought about some other models on Health Rest collection but latex is more organic than some other solutions, so we went for this model. I can’t say the price is something we were happy about, but when we compared this brand to Sealy, Simmons, Serta and Duxiana (my gosh!), the price is something we have to be happy about!

    I suggest that you try a mattress before you buy it. Get some time on it and see how it feels. Ask a friend, what kind of bed do they have, what’s it made of. People buy something and when they don’t like it, they blame the store or the brand who made the product. You got to know what you want first and then you’ll be happy with the choices you make. Peace!

  42. So bothersome says:

    What we heard about Restonic’s TempaGel mattress is that it can create comfortable temperature so you can sleep without too much heat leaving you drenched in the morning. Gel with memory foam is supposed to do this. We just wanted to know what’s your opinion on this and does anyone have this model? We would love to get this one since Florida can be hot as *ell and we don’t want to sleep on our foam bed anymore. Tempa gel by restonic could be the best choice, and I think we’re gonna go for it.

  43. So bothersome says:


    I don’t know about tempa gel, but HealthRest memory foam mattress is not as hot as I thought it would be. I never had this type of bed before but I heard people have troubles with high temperatures and overheating. So far, I had no such issues and sleep well. I love how it molds to my body, you really feel like you’re in a crib! 🙂

    I can say that Health rest is a good collection since my brother has healthrest latex. This is why I decided to go with restonic, I have a person that talks about and brags about the mattress 24/7, hahaha.

    Anyways, I hope you’ll be happy with your tempagel. You can find some reviews online, just Google a bit and you’ll probably find something.

  44. Richard Gadsy says:

    Stay Away from these cheap knock off/ rip off beds. They just try to bait you in with a low price and make a cheap and crappy version of the QUALITY Serta I Comfort bed. Invest some money into yourself on a bed you will sleep on for a large portion of your lifetiime. You really are worth it! Get a Tempurpedic, Simmons, Stearns and Foster or Serta. Something you will love and last. Pinch pennies on stuff that doesnt matter as much. Restonic is not a good quality bed.

  45. Steve says:

    I sell Health Rest Latex bed. By far the best mattress I’ve had. Call me biased but, out of the ten brands we carry, I chose to buy a Restonic. I also sell more Restonic than any other brand and just recently had a customer call speaking about body impressions (in an innerspring mattress.) The mattress was 9 years old, Restonic replaced it. Restonic has been around for over 80 years, so for people calling them knock-offs… Think again. They have won multiple consumer’s choice and women’s choice awards. Most people have not heard of them because they do not do national advertising. There are brands out there that some people on here claim to be the best, who mark up mattresses 60% more JUST TO PAY ADVERTISING. It’s crazy how much it works… One last note, Restonic has plenty of mattresses that literally have the exact same materials as “the better brands” for much less. If as many happy customers wrote reviews as angry ones, the world would work much differently.

  46. John Reynolds says:

    Really I just purchased this $2500 mattress less that 2weeks ago and steady has a sink hole so I rotated the mattress a week later same thing sink hole number two just sad wondering about investing in a lawyer

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