Tempur Rhapsody Breeze and Amerisleep Revere Compared in Latest Mattress Journal Article

Mattress Journal compares two models of memory foam mattresses, the Amerisleep Revere Bed and the Tempur-Rhapsody Breeze, both of which promote cooler sleep.

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Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Point-by-point comparisons of mattresses can be helpful, but difficult for the average shopper compile due marketing claims, obscure information, and limited industry experience. Mattress Journal, an informative bed blog, conducts research and comparisons for consumers to aid with research and provide helpful shopping resources.

The latest article from the blog contrasts two memory foam beds which both promote cooler sleeping, timely as summer temperatures heat up. Titled "Mattresses in Review: Amerisleep Revere vs TEMPUR Rhapsody Breeze," the comparison utilizes the provided facts about the products as well as owner reviews to highlight differences and similarities.

The review looks at five general categories, including owner ratings, mattress construction and materials, coolness factors, comfort, and value. Reviews are drawn from the respective brands’ websites for each product, with a total of 123 samples for the Amerisleep Revere and 14 samples for the Tempurpedic Rhapsody Breeze. Overall, these reviews give 4.7 stars to the Revere and 3.7 stars to Rhapsody Breeze out of 5 stars. Various factors from these reviews are also used to compare performance on the remaining factors.

Construction of the two beds appears similar in profile height and amounts of memory foam, though the materials differ in that Amerisleep Revere utilizes a plant based-memory foam and the Rhapsody density is slightly higher. On coolness, both beds’ features and claims are explored, with reviews indicating a lower rate of complaint with the Revere.

To summarize the report, Mattress Journal also presents their findings of the Amerisleep vs Tempurpedic comparison in a table that addresses 16 factors. Readers can compare the condensed information at a glance, convenient for those who do not wish to read through the article.

Overall, the blog identifies similarities in construction, pressure relief, durability, odor, and policies; with the biggest divergences appearing in price, heat, and owner review scores. The data may prove helpful for those considering either of the brands or simply curious as to what to compare when shopping for a new mattress. Mattress Journal also offers several other resources on mattress shopping, brands, and sleep topics.

In Mattress Journal’s content analysis, the Revere shows more consistent and higher ratings for comfort, though the relatively small sample for the competitor is noted. In terms of value, both receive similar scores for durability, though the Rhapsody Breeze costs 65% more than the Revere.

MattressJournal.com offers the latest bed news and mattress reviews to help shoppers research purchases and get the best sleep possible. Through careful, independent analysis of mattress types, brands, and sleep research, the blog offers expert opinions in readable, relatable format. With a focus on making the buying process simpler, Mattress Journal proves a valuable resource for consumers.


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