The Orthokinetic Splendour Medium feels quite firm for a medium but nevertheless it has very good spinal support and should offer enough comfort for those who like their mattress a bit more supportive.
The Orthokinetic Splendour Support is a very good firm mattress – it doesn’t feel ‘hard’ as it has some nice spongy pockets on the top layer. It is nice and supportive for the spine.
The Orthokinetic Prestige Decadence Ultra Plush is very comfortable and the build quality of this mattress for under $3000 is quite remarkable.
The Orthokinetic Classic Plush is actually quite dense for a plush which gives it good spinal support and it is still nice and comfortable.
The Orthokinetic Classic Medium has a lovely mix of comfort and support. It has a very nice, subtle bounce to it and edge support is reasonable.
The Orthokinetic Classic Support has a firm yet bouncy feel to it which feels very supportive for the spine. Edge support is good and partner disturbance is minimal.
The Orthokinetic Splendour Plush immediately feels very comfortable and luxurious. Spinal support is also very good for a plush version and partner disturbance is very minimal.
The Posturepedic Enhance Platinum Plush is very comfortable but still feels flimsy and unsteady. It supports the spine fairly well and although edge support is good, there is still some partner disturbance to contend with.