Water Mattress Reviews, Ratings and Comparisons
About Water Mattress
A waterbed or a water mattress use water for primary support and there are two types of waterbeds - hard-sided beds and soft-sided beds. A hard-side bed puts the water mattress into a wood frame, while a soft-side bed puts the water mattress into a sturdy foam frame zippered inside a fabric case.
PROS. Better control of temperature • Affordable price • Long lifespan • Good conforming ability
CONS. High maintenance need • Extensive assembly • Possible noise and odor • Considerably heavy
COMPETITION: See Mattress Type Comparison to get detailed reviews about how Water Mattresses compare to other mattress types.
Table of Contents
|Lifespan||Waterbeds have a life expectancy of 10-20 years on the prerequisite of good maintenance, while the vinyl mattress can only last about 5-10 years.|
|Price||The prices of hard-side waterbed mattresses range from $50 to $440, while soft-side ones often cost $800 to $1800. Higher price means less wave with lumbar support.|
|Conforming ability||The conforming ability of waterbeds performs about average.|
|Less back pain||Generally speaking, soft-side beds get a better review than hard-side ones as regard to back pain reduction.|
|Maintenance||A waterbed never has the need to be flipped or rotated, but owners will have to add water conditioner and maintain the water level.|
|Motion Isolation||Waveless models perform better than free flow ones.|
|No odor||Some owners report strange smell from the vinyl.|
|No noise||Airbeds tend to quiet, but the heater may make some noise.|
|Sex suitability||Waterbeds performs fair in terms of sex suitability.|
|Easy to move,transport||The innerspring mattresses generally weigh 35-140 pounds varied by price, so the degree of easy moving varies.|
Price & Value
The prices of hard-side waterbed mattresses range from $50 to $440, while soft-side ones often cost $800 to $1800. Higher price models often come with higher wave reduction and good lumbar support.
Waterbeds have a life expectancy of 10-20 years on the prerequisite of good maintenance including punctures and leaks caused by pets, zippers, and pens.
Since the mites cannot manage a way to go into a water mattress, so the waterbeds are the most dust-free mattress of all types.
Ease of Initial Use
It's time-consuming and also difficult to set up a waterbed since there are a bunch of factors users need to take care of.
Most waterbeds cover a warranty up to 2o years with only the first 2-3 years non-prorated. Know more at Mattress Warranty: All You Need to Know.
|Blue Magic Fiber 1000 Mattress||Blue Magic Fiber 3500 Mattress||Innomax Sanctuary Mattress||Semi Waveless Waterbed And Kit Mattress|
|Price||$130- $183||$160- $170||$290- $300||$50-$72|
|Size||single, queen, king||single, queen, king||queen, king||single, twin, full, queen, king|
|Warranty||12 years with 3-year full coverage||12 years with 3-year full coverage||20 years with 2-year full coverage||20 years with 2-year full coverage|
|Support||lumbar support||lumbar support||lumbar support||no lumbar support|
|Purchase Channel||walmart .com||walmart .com||samsclub .com||amazon|
|Vinyl Thickness||18 mil||18 mil||22 mil||20 mil|
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