Has anyone here slept on a Saatva Classic Innerspring? Are they good at sleeping temperature neutral?
You’re welcome to do a keyword search of the forum to see what others have said about the Saatva Classic. As you know, many things factor into the sleeping temperature of a mattress. Innerspring mattresses do tend to sleep cooler than hybrids as the coils allow for/promote airflow, making the bed cooler.
Hoping those with firsthand experience also chime in.
Yes. I have been trying to break in a plush/soft classic for about 2 months. For a plush/soft mattress it hasn’t softened up much. I have stacked two talalay toppers on top of the mattress (totaling 4 1/2") to help the process along. I bought the plush/soft thinking it would help my shoulders but am still uncomfortable. I am returning it.