Has anyone slept on a Sealy Posturepedic Mount Auburn? Is it good with back sleeping and temperature regulation?
I took a look at the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Mount Auburn, which appears to be a partnered mattress offered through Costco, as well as Amazon, Mattress Firm and other retailers. The specifications:
ComfortLoft cover with SealyChill & surface guard
SealyCool air gel foam
SealyCool gel memory foam
ResponsePro HD encased coils -1072 to 1332 count
As is common with Sealy, there are no layer thicknesses, foam densities, coil gauge or height provided, making it hard to assess how suitable or durable it would be, or how much support it would provide.
The cover and gel foam and gel memory foam comfort layers would assumedly provide some measure of temperature regulation - though again hard to tell with their proprietary foam formulations how ‘cooling’ they might be for any sleeper, and again without density it’s hard to say how supportive it would be for a back sleeper.
For a lower BMI sleeper without specific needs, this would be comfortable enough, but it’s hard to say how durable the foam would be over time. Hopefully other forum members with experience with this can chime in with their own experience to give you a better overall view of this mattress.