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Zoma Adjustable Bed

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Zoma Mattress

PRESIDENTS DAY
MATTRESS
SALE

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$150 off

mattresses

The Zoma Mattress uses cutting-edge technology and quality materials to rejuvenate you and help you reach your full potential during the day.

Queens at

$700 $850

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BOGO 50%

pillows

Versatility and cooling combined for truly custom comfort.

Two Queens for

$112.50 $150

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foundations

Complement your mattress with the most versatile foundation.

Queens at

$250 $300

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Zoma Foundation

Questions and Answers

Is Presidents Day a good time to buy a mattress?

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Presidents Day is one of the best times of year to buy a mattress, as many manufacturers strive to clear out older inventory. You don’t even have to leave your home to take advantage of savings, as many bed in a box brands offer promo codes for online deals.

How long does the Presidents Day sale last?

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The sale length depends on the retailer. Many only offer deals during Presidents Day weekend, while others have sales the week before Presidents Day as well as the over weekend. Sales typically end when the store closes or at midnight on Presidents Day.

Our sale starts on February 12th, with the Presidents Day sale officially ending on the 17th— the savings continue until the 23rd, however.

How do I know it’s time for a new mattress?

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The first step is to consider the age of your mattress. Many mattresses are ready to be replaced if you’ve been sleeping on them for more than eight years.

While age is one factor to consider, wear and tear is a more evident sign that you need a new mattress. If your mattress is sagging and or you find yourself sinking in the center of your bed, the support core might be damaged. Lumps, rips, and tears also affect the comfort level of a mattress.

If your mattress uses coils, you might find the springs not only sag as they wear out, but they also become noisier and isolate less motion. If your coils are too squeaky for you to fall asleep or you feel your partner’s every movement, it’s time for a new bed.

The feel of your bed might also change as it ages. The foam tends to soften as time passes and as the material wears down, although it can also grow firmer as extended usage flattens the comfort layer.

How much should a good mattress cost?

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The cost of a mattress depends on the quality of its materials, its thickness, the type of mattress, its sleep trial and warranty, and if the manufacturer included any sleep technology such as extra lumbar support or cooling features.

When you’re comparing the prices, think about the years you’re likely to get out of the mattress. Lower cost mattresses often last only a few years, as the foams are quick to break down and any coils are likely thin and prone to sagging. If you’ll likely have to replace the mattress in three years, the savings now might not be worth it—a quality mattress should last you at least seven years.

If you’re unsure how long a mattress is likely to last, the warranty can give you an idea. To determine the warranty’s length, companies test their mattresses’ durability. The industry standard for a mattress warranty is 10 years, so a mattress with a shorter warranty may contain lower-quality materials.

How firm should a mattress be?

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Your ideal firmness depends on several factors: your sleeping position, body weight, and comfort preferences.

Of the three sleeping positions (side, back, and stomach), side sleepers need the softest mattresses. Side sleepers should look at soft to medium mattresses, while back and stomach sleepers should look at medium-firm to firm mattresses.

If you move between sleeping positions in the night, you’re a combo sleeper and should look for a mattress with a medium feel.

Your body weight affects how much you compress a mattress, so heavy sleepers need a firmer mattress to accommodate their weight while lightweight sleepers need a softer mattress.

Do I need a box spring for the Zoma Mattress?

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No. We strongly advise against pairing a memory foam mattress such as the Zoma with a box spring because of the damage a box spring may cause. Foam mattresses require solid or slatted foundations—the springs inside a box spring are too far apart to provide consistent support.

If you choose a slatted foundation, check that the slats are no more than 3 inches apart. If the slats are not close enough, the mattress may dip between them, causing sagging and compromising the bed’s support.

Can you flip the Zoma Mattress?

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No. Most memory foam mattresses are not flippable, as manufacturers build them with the sturdiest layers on the bottom and the softest layers on top. Flipping the mattress flattens the comfort layer and compromises the bed’s support.

What is the best mattress of 2020?

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The best mattress is different for everyone, with your best mattress providing you with the support and pressure relief needed for many years of restful sleep. Each type of mattress has its pros and cons.

A memory foam mattress such as our Zoma Mattress is the most conforming type of mattress, which means it also provides the best pressure relief and motion isolation. Memory foam is an excellent choice for someone with chronic pain issues or couples sharing a bed.

Traditional memory can retain too much body heat, but features such as advanced open-cell technology, cooling cutouts, and gel memory foam can help the mattress better disperse heat.

A latex mattress is highly responsive and adapts to a sleeper’s body like memory foam. The material is naturally firmer and springier than memory foam, however. Genuine latex mattresses are one of the more expensive bed options, and although synthetic latex is more affordable, it doesn’t last as long as real latex.

Innerspring mattresses are a classic choice, known for their bouncy lift. The downside to an innerspring mattress is that most models can’t contour closely for pressure relief. Side sleepers and chronic pain sufferers may want to consider another type of mattress, or at least look for an innerspring with a plush pillow top.

Last are hybrid mattresses, which combine elements of an innerspring with a foam mattress. A hybrid has 2 to 3 inches of foam, typically memory foam, but you can find latex foam or poly-foam hybrids. The coils underneath provide more bounce than a foam bed, keeping a sleeper lifted and cool.

What if I missed the Presidents Day Sale?

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It’s okay, Presidents Day isn’t the only big mattress sales day. You’ll also find great mattress deals on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday.

If you can’t wait to buy a new mattress, check the company website for promo codes and deals. Use the promo code WIN100 for $100 off a Zoma Mattress.