The Sealy Posturepedic Elevate Tribute is available at Snooze and has the typical Sealy flimsy feel on the top layer. Partner disturbance is noticeable.
The Slumberland Chelsea is available at Snooze and is a softer version of the Slumberland Fulham. The Chelsea is comfortable and spinal support is sound.
The Slumberland Soho is available at Snooze. As you would expect for the price, it does feel cheap and bouncy. Spinal support is reasonable.
The Slumberland Chiswick is available at Snooze. It immediately feels bouncy and unstable, but to be fair, overall support and comfort are decent.
The Slumberland Stratford is fairly comfortable and supportive but feels bouncy and cheap. There is some partner disturbance here as well.
The Slumberland Sutton has a light foamy top layer which you do sink into a little and as a result spinal support is compromised somewhat.
The Slumberland Ascot is available from Snooze. It has a firm and hard feel which may not suit everyone but it does offer good support.
The Slumberland Dorset is available at Snooze. This mattress is very soft and comfortable and offers a good depth of pressure relief.
The Slumberland Fulham has a very nice combination of comfort and support. The top layer is made of up puffy pockets which offer nice pressure relief.
The Slumberland Somerset is reasonably supportive and comfortable. There is a sinking feeling which may compromise spinal support but partner disturbance seems fairly minimal.
The Madison Empire is available at Snooze and offers a nice level of pressure relief. Spinal support is good thanks to the 7 zone pocket spring system.
The Slumberland Stonehenge is available at Snooze and is possibly the firmest mattress that we have tested. This mattress feels extremely firm.