Tuesday, January 5, 2016

New Tuft & Needle Mattress arrived

Three years ago, almost to the day, my wife bought a king sized mattress. One of those feature rich luxury mattresses similar to the one JT bought. It was fine for a while but after the first year, my wife started complaining about the diminished comfort.

Flash forward to the present and it is absolutely horrible. There is what I can only describe as an crater sized indentation in the middle of the mattress. We are well beyond the statue of limitations for returning it. What's more, we paid a lot of money for it. I don't recall how much.


So at the recommendation of my chiropractor who apparently purchased one herself, I'm going to try a Tuff & Needle. The reason I am willing to take a chance is because of the price point. while $750 is nothing to sneeze at, If it doesn't work out I won't feel like I wasted thousands of dollars and am no better off than I am with our current mattress. 

What does the warranty cover?

The Tuft & Needle warranty covers manufacturing defects like body impressions or sagging, cover defects such as unraveling stitching, or flaws in the foam causing it to split or crack within 10 years from the original purchase date. Feel free to read the terms of our warranty here.
We don't cover changes to your mattress that are caused by or the result of normal wear and tear. Also, of course, we don’t cover changes caused by or resulting from circumstances or uses that go beyond the intended use of a mattress—namely, reclining and sleeping. For example, don't take your Tuft & Needle for a ride down the river.

As long as the mattress doesn't fail within the first year or so, I'll consider it a win.  I'd like it to last much longer than that of course.  One year is the minimum threshold, which means I paid $60/month for the mattress. 

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