The 10″ Gel-Maxmattress by Bed Tech offers you 10 full inches of body-hugging comfort. Specially formulated gel, infused into the 1 inch top layer of memory foam, keeps you cool at night by wicking body heat away instead of trapping it like inferior foam products tend to do. The second layer is 2 inches of 3 pound memory foam, which offers spine-aligning back support with that comforting, body-hugging sensation, removing pressure points to promote deeper sleep. The mattress’s support layer is 6 inches of high resilient 2 pound foam, a softer, but still supportive, core. The zip-off antimicrobial luxury cover may be easily removed for washing, making this a great choice for those who suffer from environmental allergies. This model is compatible with either the traditional wood base or Rize Contemporary Adjustable base. The mattress comes with a 10 year warranty and is assembled in the USA.
I always associated “adjustable bed” with a thin, uncomfortable mattress, like a hospital bed. Therefore, when my doctor advised that an adjustable base might help with my sleep apnea, I thought I’d have to sacrifice comfort for flexibility. But Bed Tech has proven that wrong with the 10″ Gel-Max. Despite its thickness, and the several layers of memory foam, it works great with the adjustable base in any position I try. I can elevate my head slightly or a lot, whatever feels best. Plus since the mattress is so comfortable I’m less likely to shift around in my sleep and mess up the CPAP mask. Very happy customer.
Even here in the Northwest, I often get uncomfortably hot when I sleep at night. The idea of sleeping on a memory foam mattress sounded like torture to me, so when my wife suggested we look into getting one I shut her down right away. I wouldn’t even consider it. But when we shopped at Mattress World Northwest, the salespeople steered us toward them anyway, informing us that they aren’t like they used to be. In fact, now they are made with a special gel that keeps you cool, actually making them a better choice than traditional spring mattresses for many sleepers who complain of being too hot at night. So I gave in, my wife won the argument, and got what she wanted, and I’m glad she did!