Restonic Mattress Reviews, Ratings and Comparisons

About Restonic Mattress

As an entry to the mid-level innerspring mattress, Restonic, founded in 1938, is a well-known bedding and mattress brand which are designed to offer pain relief and better health care with its HealthRest and ComfortCare product lines.

PROS. Firmness variety • Model variety • Above-average warranty • Value potential • Less off gassing

CONS. Longevity on average • Limited conforming ability • Limited availability • Fair-at-best owner satisfaction

COMPETITION: See Side-by-Side Mattress Comparison to get detailed reviews about how Restonic Mattresses compare to other mattress brands.

Table of Contents

Overall Ratings

Our Restonic Mattress ratings are based on consumer experiences - the data below is unbiased with truthful contents and up-to-date product information. Take a look at how Restonic Mattress rates comparing to the average level of mattresses.

Price $410-$2400
Lifespan It performs not okay in the aspect of durability which is similar to innerspring mattresses. A lot of people report the sagging problem which makes the bed be uncomfortable and unsupportive.
Firmness The firmness ranges from medium-soft to firm based on different models.
Conforming ability A highly conforming mattress is one that molds and contours to the sleeper's body resulting in a pressure-point-free sensation. It is not a strength of Restonic which is uncomfortable to some degree due to its excessive firmness.
Motion isolation Models with pocket coils perform well to keep the movement from transferring across the mattress.
Edge support To sit or sleep near the edge, especially for the larger-size people, will be inadequate.
Sex friendly Restonic performs poorly in bounce effect with the memory foam models.
No initial odor It indicates that Restonic with memory foam is likely to off gas more than models without memory foam.
No sleeping hot People seldom reflect that Restonic mattress has severe heat retention.
No noise Restonic with innerspring coils will make some noise.
No need of topper It depends on consumers' requirements whether to add a topper or not because the firmness of Restonic ranges from medium-soft to firm.
Short break-in period Owners will get used to the Restonic mattress in a shorter time than the average mattress.
Easy to maintain Most Restonic models are made one sided and no flip. However, it is better to rotate from head to foot 2-3 times one year to prevent wear and sagging.
Easy to move Depending on size which is a little heavier than the average mattress, Restonic will be not so easy to handle and move.

Company Info

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Name Restonic Mattress Corporation
Time in Business 1938
Customer Service Call at 1-800-898-6075 or email at [email protected]
Specifics Disclosing fair
BBB rating C-
Warranty 10-15 years, non-prorated
Purchase Channel Stores

Price & Value

The range price of Restonic is significantly wider than the average mattress which people can have a comprehensive contrast with other brands with the same specifications.

Maintenance & Waranty

Restonic provides a 10-15-year, non-prorated warranty. As for its maintenance, similar with other mattresses, to rotate the mattress 2-3 times a year to prevent its sagging.

See Mattress Warranty: All You Need to Know.

Series & Models Info

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Restonic

Model:Restonic

Feature:There are two product lines of Restonic which are ComfortCare and HealthRest. The HealthRest comes in different materials which include memory foam and latex. The ComfortCare is available in materials of pocket or bonnell coils.

Price:$410-$2400

Mattress Height:9-17 inches

Size:Twin/Full/Queen/King

Selling Point:Restonic is dedicated to providing a range of health benefits to users. This brand of mattress helps people reduce the pressure and back pain which results in prevention and elimination of disease of the body. The benefits mentioned above will be the best supporting for users to buy Restonic.

All Models Comparison

The table below rates all the models of Restonic Mattress in price, size, thickness, firmness, cover, layer, mattress type and more. It contains the general information of mattress model for customers to choose.

Restonic
Twin$410-$1400
Full$700-$1600
Queen$800-$1800
King$1100-$2400
Mattress typeinnerspring
Thickness9-17"
Firmnessmedium-soft to firm
Cover--
Comfort layerregular foam, memory foam, gel-infused memory foam, latex
Comfort layer thickness2-6"
Base layerbonnell or pocket coils
Base layer thickness7"
Best usetemporary / occasional and long-term / regular

Sleep Position Suitability

This table below shows Restonic Mattress models for sleep position based on your personal size and body type. It helps you choose the most comfortable mattress models.

Ave-sized People
(130 - 230 Lbs)
Large-sized People
(230 + Lbs)
Small-sized People
(Under 130 Lbs)
Restonic Back Sleep Friendly
Side Sleep Friendly
Stomach Sleep Friendly

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