The Majesty is a much firmer version of our Odyssey hybrid mattress, and a step up from our Melbourne. We achieve this by making it with a taught 1.8lb 50ILD CertiPUR-US® foam, switch out the softer copper infused foam on Odyssey for a robust piece of 1.8lb 32ILD CertiPUR-US® foam and hand quilt a traditional tight top with cooling gel foam in place of the pillow top on the Odyssey. We even utilize a firmer pocket sprung unit to help keep your spine aligned while you Rest.
One of the the most durable and supportive innerspring units available featuring tempered steel coils, in multiple gauges, and arranged in 3 distinct ergonomic zones. With coils that float independently, it boasts a fully reinforced steel perimeter for maximized edge support. This system reduces motion transfer, keeps your back aligned, relieves back pain, distributes weight more evenly, alleviates pressure points, and hugs your body’s natural curves.
High Density 1.8lb Foam
Rested Pillow foams meet CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability. They’re are free of ozone depleters, PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP (“Tris”) flame retardants, mercury, lead, heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates regulated by the CPSC, and chlorofluorocarbons.
The Technical Bit
Hand quilted cover, Milliken silica based non toxic fire barrier, cooling gel foam, 1.8lb 50ILD and 1.8lb 32ILD CertiPUR-US® foam. The Bolsa® innerspring unit features fabric-encased coils that offer the support necessary to prevent roll-together and absorb partner movement. The side rails of the perimeter utilize Quantum™ edge steel coils, which reduces the unpleasant sensation of rolling-off the edge of the bed. Plus, they have been proven to be up to 26% more durable than foam encasements and they also bend up to 24% easier than foam encasements making them a great choice for adjustable bases. Coil Count on Standard Unit: Twin- 536 | Full- 681 | Queen- 789 | King- 975. Coil Count on Upgraded Innerspring Option (Extra Charge): Twin- 682 | Full- 896 | Queen- 1057 | King- 1283. Handcrafted in Grand Ledge, Michigan.