The Sealy Posturepedic Hendrix Firm is very firm and feels a bit ‘hard’. As such it isn’t comfortable but may suit those who really like a firm feel.
The Sealy Posturepedic Hendrix Medium feels basic, flimsy, and otherwise unremarkable. Support is OK but there will be some partner disturbance to contend with.
Sealy Posturepedic Performance Venture Firm has that typical unsteady, flimsy top layer. It does have good spinal support but for the price you can get better.
The Sealy Posturepedic Performance Enterprise Medium has a bouncy, flimsy top which gives a lot of partner disturbance. It feels OK to lie on but overall a bit disappointing from our end.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Vibrance Medium is comfortable and supportive but still has a sense of unsteadiness on the top layer.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Fortitude Firm feels firm (as you would expect) and has a limited amount of comfort materials on the top layer.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Ambition Plush is soft and comfortable and does have a slight sinking feeling. Certainly one of the nicer Sealy mattresses we have tested.
The King Koil Everyday Comfort Plus Firm is firm and supportive and doesn’t offer a great amount of pressure relief. Nevertheless it is a decent option for those who like a firm mattress.
The King Koil Everyday Comfort Plus Medium has a very nice mix of comfort and support. Partner disturbance is minimal and build quality is good.
The King Koil Everyday Comfort Plus Plush has a slight sinking feeling initially but has decent support once you get settled. It has a nice comfortable feel to it.
The King Koil Everyday Comfort Plush has a nice little bounce and is very comfortable considering the price. If you like a softer feel to your mattress, the presents a good value option.
The King Koil Everyday Comfort Medium feels quite nice to lie on considering the price. You can feel the springs on the side but edge support is fairly strong.