Being an eco-conscious customer who wants the best mattress available you will surely choose Organic Mattresses Inc. (OMI). The mattresses they offer are made of sustainably sourced, all-natural materials that include the “cruelty free” Ecowool created and owned by a company, organic cotton (used either in threads or fabrics), and 100% natural rubber latex. Nevertheless, the line is limited and it is rather difficult to buy the mattress in the store where there is a great variety of its styles, including innerspring options. Although, reviews are rare, the ones that are presented on the Internet are positive.
A lot of functions and options. The bulk of Organic Mattresses Inc. models offered is made of eco-latex, and a few can be purchased according to the buyer’s toughness preference. This is one of the main features Sarah Bernard, New York Magazine tester, likes the most working with the OMI mattress. However, the production of that model is now stopped and the current “Duo” model suggested instead of the previously mentioned one enables customers to buy individual places within the mattress that gives you greater comfort and support. SleepLikeTheDead.com editors say latex mattresses reduce the pressure points and release pain, nevertheless, they may be uncomfortably warm. Although, a Yelp.com user says that with an OMI mattress you can sleep “like on a cloud.”
“Eco” costs serious green. Organic Mattresses Inc. models are not cheap, but the quality corresponds to the price. The value starts with $2.900 and finishes with $10.100 for a queen set. Each mattress is backed with an “industry-leading 20-year limited warranty”, but there is no instruction and detailed information offered. Still, considering the shoppers who prefer ‘green’ products, the price includes such factors as naturalness and sustainability of the product. And judging by those criteria OMI mattresses are unbeatable. All offered items are US handmade in a “cruelty-free, smoke-free and fragrance-free environment”, and they include only natural materials. Moreover, the mattresses aren’t processed with chemicals.
Latex will last. Every latex model offered by the company, like those in the Organic Mattresses Inc. line, serves you approximately 12 years compared to the average mattresses’ life span for nearly seven years. The most common endurance problem with latex models is the foam compress in a time. This issue shortens the comfort. Although, the OMI Terra model can boast an extra feature: the upper pillow top can be removed, so if you have noticed sagging, you can replace it rather than throw away the entire mattress.