Thank you for timely reply and your hard work
[quote]1). Are you somehow associated with Sleep EZ(i.e part of the company, working on commissions promoting their products)?
SleepEZ is one of the manufacturers or retailers that is an invited member of this site (you can see the current list here). There is more about the criteria I use to invite a manufacturer or retailer to become a member here in this article and in post #2 here. I earn a referral fee when a member of the forum purchases a mattress from one of the retailers or manufacturers that is a business member here which is the source of the income that supports the time and effort involved in The Mattress Underground (which has been a 12 - 16 hour a day project for over 3 years). You can see the details on this page. Other than earning referral fees and the fact that I think highly of all of them (which is why they were invited to become members) I have no other association with any of the members of the site.
During the research I found many websites that obviously promoting a single brand.
I hope this forum is objective…
As for Sleep EZ, they seem like a good company, but there are not that many “official”(like consumer report) reviews. As well as IDL specs, certificates etc…
[quote]2). Does anyone know what they do with the layers they exchange? Do they resell them or recycle?
They don’t resell them to customers or use them in their layer exchanges but they have told me that they have no shortage of people that want to purchase their returned or exchanged layers.[/quote]
So they don’t have a policy that would state that they are recycling those layers?
Meaning they would try to resell it, if they can? :huh:
Someone suggested that mattresses cannot be re-sold… :unsure:
I thought all mattress related businesses have the same regulation
[quote]3) now the main question: isleep ez 10000 vs oragnic 10000. They have two types of latex mattresses that seems to be almost the same. Both of them offer Dunlop 100% Natural, so why the price difference?
There is more about the difference between them in post #12 here. The organic would be of most interest for those that either wanted an organic cover or more likely those that wanted 100% natural Talalay instead of the blended Talalay.
thanks for links. In your opinion, when looking for the firmest latex mattress, what combination would you pick (dunlop, talalay. all extra firm) ? Would you go with natural or organic series for firmest mattress?
One last question:
the extra firm layer from Sleep EZ.
As I cannot try it. Is there any similar firmness in everyday life that I would be able to “touch” and feel to get an idea.
Is it brick firm?
I tried many “firm” mattresses in the store, but they all felt different and I would call some as soft…
I don’t want to order firm and receive soft mattress (I’m exaggerating…)