Omega Mattress Outlet in SACRAMENTO

Omega Mattress Outlet Contact Info:

Store: Omega Mattress Outlet
Origin: Made in USA
Address: 6464 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95823, USA
Phone: +1 916-806-9810
Zipcode: 94203
States: California
Open Time: Sunday 10AM–7PM
Monday 10AM–7PM
Tuesday 10AM–7PM
Wednesday 10AM–7PM
Thursday 10AM–7PM
Friday 10AM–7PM
Saturday 10AM–7PM

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Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid Mattress Review

Really satisfied with its performance

When this arrived in a huge box, I thought to myself. How am I going to get this upstairs by myself? Well, its a 70+ pounds, and moving this somewhat clumsy weight and size was difficult. I recommend this as a 2-person job, but being alone, I managed it after some heave ho. Once putting it on my bed and removing the plastic, you will hear like a tire leaking sound. This is actually the mattress "inflating". It comes like a decompressed bag of coffee. Its almost hard a rock until you open it. Thankfully I got this relatively early in the day as I was able to let it inflate as these usually take a few days to reach full size. I will start by saying my previous mattress was a Stearns & Foster. I paid quite a chunk of change. More than for this mattress. I am not sure why I bought this, but I felt a good brand name knew how mattresses should be made, and in the showing room, the mattress felt good. Well, after a year or so, my back started to get achy by the morning. My girlfriend complained that she would slide towards my side because I weigh more than her, and so I put more weight on it. And it affected her sleep, ultimately. I can sleep through an earthquake, but her, not so much. So my movements were disruptive. So when this mattress was put down, I can immediately sense its firmness, unlike the Stearns and Foster. Now truly, you wont know how good a bed is until about a year in. All mattresses feel great out of the box, purely for the difference in sensation on your back. After a few days sleep on this mattress, it is really firm. I sometimes snore with the prior mattress, and it may have been because my chest was more sunken. This keeps me level and my breathing is more open. My girlfriend remarked that my shifting did not disturb her, and that I had not been snoring when I lay on my back. Further, my sleep was more restful in the last few nights, and that I woke up with more energy and alertness. So, as of this writing, I am more than pleased with this. A mattress is as important as a pair of shoes and you need what is best for you (no single mattress will be perfect for everyone). For me, I am really satisfied with its performance. If anything should change in the coming months, I will surely update this.-rareoopdvds

Firm with enough sinkage. Extremely heavy.

It's firm, but not hard. I sink in, but just enough. Extremely heavy. Mattresses are hard to shop for. Manufacturers release new models regularly, greatly reducing helpfulness of previous reviews. My last mattress (from a "good" brand) has two deep, people-shaped indentations which developed after just a few months. They make it much less comfortable, but I'd rather not get a new mattress once or twice per year. This is why I like memory foam -- if you have GOOD quality memory foam, not the cheap stuff like that used by overpriced Tempurpedic, but at least 7.5 lbs per 1 sq. ft., it lasts forever. I have a 2" pad that works as well today as it did in 2002. Most memory foam mattresses have a thin layer of foam on the top and a thick layer of ultra cheap polyurethane foam (the type used in cheap couch cushions) underneath. Even if the memory foam never develops an indentation, the non-memory foam underneath will. -CNB