The Posture Support Deluxe Latex Pillow Top Mattress available at Chiropedic is very bouncy and springy. It maintains spinal position fairly well.
The Posture Support Eco Firm available at Chiropedic has a firm, bouncy feel which is a little ‘hard’ and may not feel comfortable for some.
The Posture Support Eco Medium has a nice network of puffy pockets on the top layer which give it a nice level of comfort and support.
The Support Plus has a nice network of small spongy pockets on the top layer which provide excellent spinal support and even though it is listed as a medium feel, we found it to be more towards a firmer feel.
The Comfort Flex Support has a nice feel to it for the price. Decent support and a good amount of spring. Pretty basic construction but good value overall.
The Eclipse Gel Medium has a spongy gel top layer that has a very nice mix of comfort and support. Well built and partner disturbance is minimal.
The Eclipse Visco Soft has a deep top layer that has lots of ‘give’ and pressure relief. This makes it very comfortable and spinal support is still sound.
The Value Select Rest is one of the cheapest and most basic mattresses that we have tested. As you can imagine, it feels hard, cheap, and flimsy.
The Value Select Support feels hard and bouncy. It lacks a decent comfort layer but for $219 you couldn’t expect much more.
The Value Select Comfort has a firm top layer that offers good support but is quite hard. Good value for money if you’re looking for a supportive, budget priced mattress.
The Value Select Deluxe has a nice supportive top layer. Has a bouncy and somewhat flimsy feel to it but this would be expected for the price.
The Value Select Plush has a nice mix of comfort and support. Edge support is quite good as well considering the price. Build quality is basic but overall very good value for money.