With a firmer Talalay latex base layer, the Nutrition offers a more European feel that provides a balance of support and pressure relief to help relax muscles.
Plushness Rating: 6
11″ Luxurious Talalay
- 3″ ActiveFusion™ Talalay – Comfort
- 2″ Talalay – Pressure Relieving
- 6” Talalay Support
- 15 Year Non Prorated Warranty with a 1″ Indentation Limit
- OekoTex Certified Talalay Latex
- ActiveFusion™ Climate Control Phase Change Technology in the Cover and Top Latex Layer. ActiveFusion™ can help keep a warmer sleeper slightly cooler and a cooler sleeper slightly warmer through the night by moving the heat to or away from the body as needed for each sleeper throughout the night
- Washable/ Removable Luxury Wave of Comfort Cover
- Talalay Latex: non-toxic, hypoallergenic, inherently antibacterial, mold and mildew resistant, dust mite resistant, breathable
- Made in the USA
What are the top 5 reasons to invest in a Pure Talalay Bliss mattress?
- It offers “bottomless” pressure relief for your body. Whether you are on your back or side, you will have less pressure on more inches of Talalay Latex. Did you know when you lay on your side, your shoulders and hips have 7 times more pressure on them than when you lay on your back? Pressure relief is important to your muscles and it keeps the blood flowing to your extremities so you don’t have numb fingers, hands and arms. But more importantly, your body responds to pressure by moving during the night which will likely lessen the quality of your sleep.
- It offers “uplifting” support for your body. Your body needs support. It needs it for ideal body alignment and ideal spinal alignment. The benefit of good support is good posture. We love the phrase, better posture at night equals better posture during the day. Talalay Latex Support Cores offer an effect that is not found with coil beds, poly core beds or memory foam beds. Talalay Latex is uplifting and it is also pressure relieving. All other materials in a mattress are either one or the other, but not both. Most people think they need a firm bed, but that is only partially true. They need a bed with strong support, but they also need a bed that offers pressure relief on top of that. Firm on the bottom and soft on top is probably a more ideal formula. All of our beds are designed with that in mind.
- It offers a “resilient” natural rubber construction. Most people want a mattress to last a long time. It is a big investment. Simply put, you can buy an $1,000 mattress three times over the years or you can buy one $3,000 mattress and have it last 15 years. Talalay Latex is incredibly resilient. The easiest way to understand that Talalay Latex lasts longer is to understand that Talalay Latex is a rubber not a poly foam. Rubber is more resilient. It’s the nature of the material.
- It is Healthy By Design
- It is naturally breathable so it dissipates body heat
- It is naturally mold and mildew resistant so it may help your sneezing and wheezing
- It is naturally dust mite resistant if you have asthma
- It is inherently antibacterial and antifungal
- It is naturally hypoallergenic so it doesn’t off-gas
- It is naturally motion isolating so you will feel less of your partners movement
- It is a Pure Design. Because we don’t quilt the top of the mattress, don’t use fiber in the top of the mattress, and don’t use foam in the top of the mattress, consumers get all the healthy benefits of Talalay Latex.
What should I ask when shopping for a latex mattress?
The Important Questions
Shopping for Talalay Latex beds can sometimes be confusing. Not all latex mattresses are the same – in fact, some aren’t even really latex! It’s important to compare the various models to make sure you’re getting the one you want. Here are five key questions to ask that will make shopping simple.
- Is this a Talalay Latex mattress?
- How many inches of Talalay Latex rubber is in the mattress?
There are 11” mattresses with 3 inches of latex in them (and the remainder foam or other things) and there are 11” mattresses with 11” of latex in the mattress, like a Pure Talalay Bliss mattress. There is a huge difference between the two, both from a construction and a benefit standpoint.
- What kind of latex is used: Talalay or Dunlop?
Talalay Latex Rubber is made in a vacuum mold that both freezes and vulcanizes the material and requires over 14 hours to manufacture. The Talalay process produces a circular cell structure. Dunlop latex <Link to Talalay vs. Dunlop> is latex that is manufactured like foam on a line and takes less than one hour to make and produces a snowflake cell structure.
- Where is the Talalay Latex made?
Talalay Latex made in the United States is superior to other processes around the world. There is only one other Talalay manufacturer in the world; they are located in Europe. Talalay Global, based in Shelton, CT, is the largest manufacturer. If another company claims they manufacture Talalay, make sure you research further because it may very well NOT be Talalay at all.
- Where is the Talalay Latex in the mattress?
The closer the Talalay Latex is to the surface of the mattress, the healthier the mattress. If there is anything on top of the Talalay Latex in the construction, the bed will not be as breathable.
How do I choose the mattress that's right for me?
Find a mattress with the proper level of spinal alignment support for your body. When you lie on your back, there should not be space between your lower back and your mattress.
Find a mattress with the proper level of pressure relief for your body. When you lie on your side, you should not feel any pressure to your shoulder or hip.
Look for a mattress that isolates motion from one side of the mattress to the other. Take your partner shopping with you. Lie on the mattress together and have your partner toss and turn. The more you feel the mattress jiggle, the more fragmented your sleep is likely to be.
The pillow matters. Shop with your own pillow or a pillow you can purchase from the store. Most display pillows on mattress store floors are inadequate to properly test a mattress.
Take your time. Once you have narrowed your choice to a few mattresses, spend some time on the mattresses. Be sure they are a match for you.
Is it time to replace my mattress?
The easiest way to know whether it is time to replace your mattress is to ask yourself how you slept last night. Although the Better Sleep Council recommends you replace your mattress every five to seven years, many people sleep on a mattress that doesn’t fit them correctly. In this instance, you should replace your mattress even if it’s not worn. If a mattress doesn’t provide proper support for your body’s spinal alignment, you will wake up in the morning with painful kinks and discomfort. You may also find yourself tossing and turning in the night due to pressure points caused by an incorrect number of relief layers on top of the mattress’ support layer. Your mattress may also be too small!
How do I care for my Pure Talalay Bliss mattress?
The Do’s and Do not’s
Do give your mattress set time to “air out” upon removal from its plastic packaging, and dispose of all plastic packaging as soon as possible.
Do carry your mattress flat on its side. It’s easier to handle and you’ll be less likely to damage the mattress. If you must bend to get through a very tight spot for delivery, NEVER fold the mattress from side to side, only bend from head to foot if absolutely necessary and a very short period.
Do keep your mattress flat, Do Not store it in compressed or rolled state for shipping.
Do keep your bedding clean. We suggest using a mattress pad or mattress protector, especially if children will be using the bed.
Do replace the old foundation when purchasing a new mattress. An old foundation may not provide sufficient support. It may appear that your new mattress is sagging when it is really the foundation that supports the entire mattress.
Do use appropriate frame and center support for queen and king size sets. Using the right support frame will ensure that your warranty remains in effect.
Do spot clean as needed, and remember that the top cover panels on Pure Talalay Bliss mattresses are removable for washing if it’s absolutely necessary. We recommend using cold temperature setting for machine washing and air drying.
Do not place your mattress over a heating vent.
Do not PLACE YOUR MATTRESS NEAR OPEN FLAME OR EXPOSE TO FIRE. THIS MATTRESS IS NOT FLAME OR FIREPROOF, AND CAN IGNITE AND/OR BURN IF EXPOSED TO OPEN FLAME OR FIRE. WHEN IGNITED, SOME BEDDING MATERIAL CAN BURN RAPIDLY AND SMOKE AND HAZARDOUS GASES.
Do not smoke in bed. This mattress in manufactured as required by federal law to resist, but not necessarily eliminate, ignition by smoldering cigarettes.
Do not remove the FR barrier on your mattress, which is there due to federal laws, doing so WILL negate your warranty.
Do not leave heating pads on your mattress unattended.
Do not allow your mattress to get wet because some of the upholstery materials may compress. Protect it from water or other liquids.
Do not remove the law label or tag at the end on your mattress. This label serves as a means of identification to establish your right to the Limited Warranty.
Do not use dry cleaning fluid of any type on your mattress. These chemicals will damage some of the construction materials and will void the limited warranty.