Magnetic And Memory Beds Consumer Report Comparison

Customer opinions are divided between the two-bed types. Understandably, both magnetic mattresses and memory beds have pros and cons to consider before settling for one or the other. We’ve compiled the most notable pros and cons in an easy-to-read table.

But first, here’s what you must know about home mattress trials and what makes a good foam mattress.

Mattress Prices Comparison

A high quality slow-recovery Tempur-Pedic bed can cost up to $3,000, and the cheapest memory foam mattress is around $800.

A king-size magnetic mattress pad costs between $200 and 2,000, depending on the producer, magnetic strength, and quality of material used to cushion the magnets.

Be careful when buying a mattress pad. There are many so-called prestigious companies on the Internet that convince you to pay large sums of money on fake products.

Which Is Most Popular With Consumers

Definitely the viscoelastic mattress. The magnetic pads are known mostly because of the controversy regarding their medical benefits, while memory foam pads are popular due to their undisputable qualities: body contouring, comfort, total back support and spinal alignment and heat responsiveness.

Bottom line, whether you believe in the healing power of magnets or not, beware of who you trust your money with. The Internet is full of angry reviews talking about how a certain firm sold pour quality magnetic pads for hundreds of dollars and disappeared when having to return the money to unpleased customers. And don’t buy a magnetic sleeping pad before you consult with your MD.

Memory Beds Magnetic Mattresses
Major Pro Can be very comfortable Induces relaxation during sleep
Other Pros
  • Very supportive
  • No sagging
  • Your moves don’t affect your sleeping partner
  • No need to be flipped
  • No arm/leg falling asleep
  • Improves circulation
  • Might help reduce pack pain
Major Con Gets hot during sleep No health improvement
Other Cons
  • High Price
  • Heavy
  • Difficult to set up and move
  • Takes time to adjust to it
  • Can’t sit up on it
  • Weird smell in the first weeks
  • Too heavy for the regular box spring
  • A feeling of being gripped by the foam, not being able to turn
  • Cost
  • Lack of comfort and support
  • Causes tossing and turning
  • Short life span (of the cushioning layer)
  • Difficult to clean

Customer Opinions

Save your money on the magnetic part of the mattress and go buy yourself a good quality mattress that will give you whatever level of support your DOCTOR recommends you need for your condition.

I am now 75 years old and I have fibromyalgia which the magnets was supposed to help. They didn’t help and probably delayed me receiving proper treatment. I’m out $1,329.12 plus postage of $5.04. I feel like such an idiot for being taken advantage of this way.

Because the mattress squishes down around you in a very nesty way, it was very difficult for me to get out of the “hole” – to turn over, I had to get fully awake and work quite hard (and painfully, I might add!) to get out of my little spot.

I’ve slept on a magnetic sleep pad for the past few years due to pains from arthritis in both hips and chronic low back pain…..also wasn’t sleeping well. I would wake up like an absolute cripple in the a.m., all hunched over and it would take me a good 2 minutes or so to straighten up. My experience has changed drastically since I started sleeping on the pad.

I have been sleeping on the magnetic mattress pad and it has done wonders for my pain – it numbs it. It is still there as one night did not sleep on it and had terrible pain. I started sleeping on it in January and have had alot of dizziness since then.

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