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Despite the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, we still want to provide Australians with the best sleep they can get. So we have adapted the way we operate, to ensure we can still meet our customer’s needs.

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Before you buy

Will a new mattress help me sleep better?

Our number one goal is to help everyone sleep better so they can have more energy in their day. We find that if you have an old or non-supportive mattress, a new Sealy Posturepedic mattress that is tailored to you can dramatically improve your sleep.

If you have a mattress that provides you the right balance of support to allow for correct skeletal alignment, with the right balance of pressure relieving comfort to stop you from tossing and turning, and with long-lasting durability to withstand wear and tear in the home, you can experience better sleep.

If you are looking for tips to sleep better beyond a new mattress, please visit our Sleep and Wellness Hub, where we regularly post articles from sleep experts on how to optimize your sleep environment and how to get a great night’s sleep. In fact, we’ve written an article on tips to help you sleep better, which just might be the place to start.

I’m not sure which mattress I need – firm or soft?

This depends on a few factors. Here are some considerations:

  • Side sleepers tend to feel both supported and more comfortable on mattresses that range from medium to plush. Back sleepers tend to gravitate towards firmer feeling mattresses. Stomach sleepers usually favour an in between feel – not too plush, not too firm.
  • If you often feel overly hot while sleeping, mattresses that are a bit more firm might help. Also look for mattresses that have SmarTex fabric, as they have superior breathability characteristics.
  • If you tend to get the chills at night, plush and ultra-plush mattresses can help you sleep warmer.
  • If you have a partner, it also helps to ask them these questions and see how you both compare before heading to the store – you may have to meet somewhere in the middle if you have dramatically different sleep styles.
  • If you have more detailed questions, our in-store Sealy Posturepedic consultants are trained in giving expert advice and can evaluate which bed model is best suited to your spinal alignment and comfort preferences (the two essential ingredients any mattress you buy must fulfil).

Here are a few additional tips on choosing the best mattress suited to you.

Should I buy a bed base?

Yes. The best way to help prolong the life of your mattress is to purchase a bed base that is designed to be compatible with your mattress.

Each Sealy Posturepedic mattress is co-designed with a bed base to create a high performance sleep ensemble. Our bed bases provide tailored support and stability to their matching mattress models; sleeping on both together is the best guarantee that your mattress will maintain top performance throughout its life.

If you want to learn more about our Spacesaver base or Posturematic Adjustable base options, please click on the page links above. 

What if my partner and I have different mattress preferences?

Ah, the age old question of compromise. (Just ask Will and Karlie). We understand that no two bodies are alike and often times, couples can have different sleep patterns and preferences.

At Sealy, we’ve found it helpful that both partners recognize and share their sleep patterns and preferences before heading to the store (see above). If one partner is always cold and side sleeper and the other is always hot and a back sleeper, purchasing an ultra-firm or an ultra-plush to please one partner could cause the other restless nights.

In these instances, it helps to find a qualified sales consultant who can understand both you and your partner’s needs, and help guide you through a tailored tour of a few different beds to try. You may have to meet each other somewhere in the middle, and this is where a trained consultant can validate that both of you – regardless of sleeping posture – have correct spinal support while also relaxing into the comfort feel of the mattress you both choose.

While there is no one-size-fits-all answer, Sealy consultants continually review our 50 year database of customer reviews and feedback with the goal of finding you the very best bed for both you and your partner regardless of price.

What is the best mattress for a bad back?

First, we’re sorry to hear that you or your partner may find yourself in this situation. Reducing back pain is something we want for every sleeper.

There could be a few non-mattress-related factors that contribute to back pain – including physically-demanding tasks such as sports activities, looking after/ picking up toddlers or young children, sciatica nerve soreness, carrying an overly-heavy handbag or grocery bags on your shoulder, poor posture when sitting for long periods at a desk, over-exhaustion or even undue stress. Sometimes back pain can occur 48 hours after an initial activity. If you are experiencing regular pain, it’s a good idea to visit your GP so they can help you find out why.

One thing to try before buying a new mattress is to experiment with adding pillows under your knees if you are a back sleeper or between your knees if you are a side sleeper – sometimes tight muscles or a sore back can feel immediate relief at night with these props in place.

Let’s say these situations don’t apply to you and these tips do nothing for you – here’s what you can do to minimize the likelihood your mattress will be the factor causing you back pain.

The absolute requirement is that no matter your sleep position, your spine should stay in perfect alignment throughout the night. This will allow the muscles around your spine to completely relax and recover as much as they can for tomorrow. Poor spinal alignment causes back pain. Eliminating incorrect alignment safeguards your back and gives you a greater chance of waking up feeling less pain than the night before.

When looking for a mattress, it’s important to lie down on a mattress in your preferred sleep position, and have someone, like our Sealy Posturepedic Sales Consultants, verify that your spine is in a relatively straight line. Make sure you also feel comfortable on the mattresses you are trying – because pressure relief (outstanding comfort) will help prevent you from tossing and turning.

What is the difference between memory foam and spring mattresses?

The differences are all in what you can’t see, which can make it a bit confusing when you are lying on both on a showroom floor.

Memory foam mattresses are large slabs of foam. They can feel denser or spongier and like an ultra-plush spring mattress, you may sink into them a bit deeper. These mattresses cushion, but their ability to support your spine depends on the foam staying 100% intact.

However, foam fibres by their very nature weaken over time when repeated pressure is applied. This is why foam can lose its height. This is normal – it’s not unlike looking at the inside soles of a pair of leather shoes you’ve worn for quite some time. Body impressions can and do form.

Another point of difference is that memory foam mattresses cannot promote great airflow – some sleepers tend to feel quite hot where their body touches the foam for long periods of time. Lastly, because the mattress is all foam, there is no edge support – so if you reach for your phone on a bed side table, or are lying on the extreme edge of the mattress, you could easily roll out.

In contrast, spring mattresses come in two forms – pocket coil and Posturepedic interconnected coil.

Both provide a combination of support and comfort. Springs, with their natural resiliency if compressed at least one time in the manufacturing process, do not lose their height over time, which means they can provide support to your spine, enabling you to feel great in the morning.

Pocket coil springs are different than interconnected coils because they act independently and cannot disperse any weight that directly bears down on them. This can fatigue pocket coil springs and the comfort layers above, which over time, could result in uneven comfort layers and less support where repeated pressure is applied.

Sealy Posturepedic spring mattresses have patented unique interconnected coils. All of the springs work in unison to respond to any force applied and disperse the weight, providing two benefits:

  1. The entire sleep system retains durability for the lifetime of use. We test this for each model we build in our NATA-accredited Research and Development labs.
  2. The supportive springs work in conjunction with the comfort layers above the spring system so that a sleeper receives superior cushioning comfort and proprietary patented spinal support at the same time. We build our sleep systems to adapt and respond to each sleeper, then validate Posturepedic’s abilities to do this in our research labs.

NATA-accredited testing gives us the confidence to make these product claims.

What size mattress should I get?

This is a great question – let’s help you narrow down your options by first asking a few questions:

Who’s sleeping on the mattress?

  • Children and teens can easily sleep on a single mattress, though often appreciate the width of a double or queen mattress.
  • While double mattresses can suit an adult or guests in a pinch, it’s often more comfortable to offer a queen mattress in case two people need to sleep on the mattress. If deciding between the two – let your room size be your guide (see below).
  • Singles and smaller couples find they have plenty of room on a queen mattress, but it’s best to be sure. One helpful hint: this size is often the most common in retail showrooms, so you can easily judge its size by visiting a retailer near you.
  • King mattresses are good options for taller persons or for couples who prefer extra room – especially if little ones like to hop into bed with mum or dad.

How big is your bedroom?

  • You should ensure that your mattress leaves you enough room to rotate your mattress without hitting walls as well as walk around the perimeter of your bedframe – 75 - 90cm clearance or more on 2-3 sides is ideal.

How much space do you and/or your partner take up when sleeping?

  • If you have a sprawler on your hands, you should consider a larger bed to minimise space invasion. See our handy guide below to envision the best size that suits you: Once you know which bed sizes will fit in your room, it’s time to narrow down your options by thinking about who will use the bed. Is it for you, your child, guests that come to visit, or someone else? Think about how many people it needs to accommodate. Also, keep in mind, a mattress should be at least 76 mm longer than the height of the occupants.

Find out more about Sealy’s mattress sizes.

What is the best type of mattress for a child?

From toddlers to teens, quality unbroken sleep through the night is a godsend for parents. Having a comfortable, supportive, high quality mattress can absolutely help achieve that.

First: size. As we’ve mentioned before, children and teens can easily sleep on a single mattress, though often appreciate the width of a double or queen mattress, especially as they grow taller and sprawl wider.

And while toddler bed frames can seem like a crowd-pleaser, for long-term investment and longevity, we recommend purchasing an ensemble that includes both a Sealy Posturepedic mattress and foundation. Not only will our foundations help extend the life of the mattress, our space saver bases can provide extra storage to keep your little one’s unending piles of toys out of sight when need be. Even more helpful, pairing one of our mattresses on a Sealy foundation protects against mattress sag that can occur on some bed frames.

If you have a size mattress in mind, the next consideration is support and comfort:

Support is key. You want optimal support for those growing bodies. The Sealy Singles range features the PostureTech coil which provides the ideal support for little ones who may both move around on a given night, but also can experience large growth spurts overnight from time to time.

Comfort is equally important – though it may be harder for a child to tell you which comfort feel they prefer. One rule of thumb is to look for models in the firm to medium range – children’s body’s - typically need fewer comfort layers built into a mattress. Shopping at a store with Sealy consultants can help you here. They’re trained to look for optimal spinal alignment on a bed – especially in kids, and can be a great resource to advise you on what models may suit your child best.

One consideration for toddler parents - will you, the parent, be called in to read stories to your little one or comfort them in the middle of the night? If so, consider how you sleep and if your sleeping habits. It may make sense to buy a slightly higher quality, and slightly more cushioned feel of a mattress to accommodate you and your child falling asleep in bed.

Another handy thing to think about – purchase a good quality waterproof mattress cover for your child’s mattress. They won’t know it’s there, but it can be a lifesaver when it comes to protecting the mattress from stains and accidents. Some mums even recommend buying two protectors – so you can immediately put the second one on the bed while the first one is in the wash – great for when accidents happen right before bedtime.

We’ve written some helpful articles on how to transition your child from cot to bed, and more insights on how to choose a mattress for a child.

What kind of bed base can I use for my mattress?

Sealy mattresses are designed to give the very best support, comfort and durability when used in conjunction with Sealy bases. Pairing a Sealy mattress with a Sealy base ensures you’re sleeping on a complete ensemble that was designed and built by our engineers to dynamically respond to weight and pressure.

To ensure that the slats in your furniture provide safe support ensure that the solid timber slats are spaced so that the gaps between the slats are not wider than the width of the slats themselves. These slats should be fixed to the frame to prevent movement during use. For Queen and King size, the slats must be supported by an adequate centre rail.

To fully protect your investment, we recommend placing your Sealy mattress on top of a Sealy bed base.


How long should a mattress last?

A good quality mattress should last you no less than ten years.

When you buy a Sealy mattress, you can be assured that we stand confidently behind our Sealy Ten Year Warranty. That’s because we’re the largest investors in R&D, our labs are accredited by NATA – the authority on certifying scientific laboratories around the country, we test every raw material that we buy, we do business with reputable suppliers we’ve known for decades, and our highly tenured craftswomen and craftsmen proudly have been making quality Sealy Posturepedics in Australia, by hand for over 50 years.

Are Sealy Posturepedic beds different from retailer to retailer?

Over that last 50 years, we’ve learned that a one-size-fits-all mattress approach doesn’t provide the appropriate balance of support and comfort for every Australian.

To that end, we manufacture four major ranges: Sealy, Sealy Posturepedic Elevate, Sealy Posturepedic Exquisite and Crown Jewel by Sealy Posturepedic.

Additionally, we build five comfort feels across each range: Ultra Firm, Firm, Medium, Plush and Ultra Plush.

Each retailer we partner with works with us to bring the very best beds to market. Because of varying customer bases and feedback that is uniquely different to each retailer’s customer base, retailer ranges are customized to suit each retailer. This can include names and features that are unique to one retailer versus another.

Regardless of which retailer you prefer to shop at, every Sealy Posturepedic mattress we manufacture passes our world-leading Posturepedic criteria (and goes through Ian), which means it is built to deliver you the ultimate balance of support and comfort for the lifetime of its use.

Bringing a new mattress home

How do I register my warranty?

First, pat yourself on the back for deciding to invest in your best sleep by buying Sealy Posturepedic. Second, now that you have the world’s #1 mattress, let’s help you register your guarantee by filling out your warranty.

  • Option A. You can fill out and mail your Customer Guarantee card to Sealy free of charge. This card should have been delivered along with your mattress. Simply detach the perforated portion of the card, complete it and drop it off at your local post office.
  • Option B. If you prefer a paperless route, you need one of two numbers before going online. If you have your warranty card in your hand, note the 8-digit warranty card number on the front (below the bar code). If you do not have your warranty card, look at the tag on your mattress, you will see a 12-digit customer care number on the right hand side of the tag. When filling out your warranty online, you will need one of these numbers.

Ready to go? Great! Here’s a link to our Warranty Registration page again.

Thank you again for choosing to invest in a Sealy Posturepedic – here’s to the start of greater mornings ahead

Can I sleep on the mattress straight away?

Yes, absolutely. We encourage a nightly 8 hours if you can squeeze it in.

(A handy tip: you may want to set an alarm for the morning before you lie down – Sealy Posturepedics are known for delivering superior sleeps!)

Do mattresses have a break-in period?

Not unlike a pair of new heels, all mattresses have a settling or break-in period of around 6—8 weeks. That’s because your Sealy Posturepedic mattress was made-to-order for you using brand-new cottons, silks, wools, foams and fibres from one of our local manufacturing facilities.

Remember the demonstration model you tried in-store? Like its mattress neighbours nearby, it’s been on the floor for longer than a day, and more than one person has tried it out.

Consider this period your very own personalized ‘conform to me’ time. As the luxurious fibres we’ve put into your bed adjust to your size and shape, your bed will begin to feel more like you. Go on, give ‘em a try.

How do I get rid of a new mattress smell?

Bringing home a brand new mattress can sometimes give off that ‘new mattress smell’. Although this is more prevalent in memory foam mattresses that have been sealed in a box, any particular smell you detect from your new mattress should disappear quickly once the mattress bag is opened within a few hours or at most a few days.

We recommend customers let their mattresses rest atop their chosen bed base the day the mattress is delivered, then waiting until the evening to put sheets on their mattress. This will let air circulate around the mattress, as sheets and mattress protectors can somewhat block the breathability of the mattress fabric.

My mattress is dipping slightly – why is this?

As a check, it’s best to 100% isolate what’s causing noise. Sometimes, noise could be coming from the base or bed frame your mattress sits on. The best way to check is to separate the two and test them independently.

We recommend using only a light amount of pressure from a broad surface, like your hand – to avoid inadvertently damaging either surface. Also, as a reminder, a mattress can make noise if you misuse the mattress by standing on it or jumping on it, which can also void the warranty.

If your bed frame is causing noise – it’s best to reach out to the manufacturer – we’d love to help, but with so many models and brands in the marketplace, it would be hard for us to help resolve your issue on the phone.

If you find that your mattress base causes the issue, this could be because of: castors or glides that are not securely fitted in place, a loose bracket that attaches a base to a headboard, or the base could be knocking against a low-lying object such as a power point.

If you’ve eliminated all of these options, and the noise issue persists, our Customer Care Department specialists are more than happy to talk with you further to see if they can help with any of our Sealy Posturepedic or Sealy base frames.

If you’ve determined that your mattress is making a noise when sleeping on it, please contact our Customer Care Department to discuss the issue further. We’re happy to assist you as quickly as possible to get to the bottom of the issue so that you can slumber peacefully in silence.

What if I experience a heat issue with my mattress?

If you’re in the market for a new mattress, consider looking for mattresses encased in fabrics with breathability properties to help maximize that cooler feeling. All Sealy Posturepedic mattresses are covered with SmarTex™ fabric – which has superior breathability capabilities and may feel cooler to sleep on than a foam mattress.

If you are feeling too hot when sleeping on your existing mattress and are not in the market for a new one, there are a few steps you can take:

If you’ve added a foam topper to your mattress, you might want to consider taking it off – foam traps heat to a greater degree than natural fibres; removing such a layer could be the fix you’re looking for.

Another step to try is to open windows opposite each other to create a cross breeze and/or turn on fans to help circulate the air in your bedroom. If you are able, try turning an air-conditioner (or whatever your preferred method of cooling down is) on low.

One other step is to try using good quality bed linen and woollen underlays to increase the breathability of the fabrics between you and your mattress. And while higher thread counts can be a marker of quality, too high of thread counts can retain more heat. A good bet is to try sheets that are a balance of quality with a slightly lower thread count.

How do I get rid of my old mattress?

If you’re concerned about landfills, it’s best to resist the temptation of curb side collection when disposing of your current mattress.

One option is to book an appointment with Soft Landing, who can collect your mattress. Sealy is a proud founding partner of Soft Landing – a not-for-profit organisation that takes old or leftover mattresses and gives them a new life.

Head here for more information on Soft Landing and getting rid of your old mattress.

Taking care of your new Sealy Posturepedic mattress

Is there a way to prolong my mattress life?

Yes. The best way is to make sure you are using a compatible base foundation with every Sealy Posturepedic or Sealy mattress. Each mattress we sell has a base that’s been built specifically to cater to the support and comfort characteristics of that model – sleeping on both together is the best guarantee that your mattress will maintain top performance throughout its life.

If you want to learn more about our Spacesaver base or Posturematic Adjustable base options, please click on the page links above. If you have purchased a full Sealy or Sealy Posturepedic ensemble – congratulations! You are sleeping on a responsive sleep system that’s been designed to withstand wear and tear to the highest degree over the life of your warranty.

Here are a few more tips that can help prolong your mattress’s life span:

  • Use the Sealy Posturepedic handles (where fitted) for positioning the mattress on your bed – not for carrying it or lifting it long distances.
  • Avoid letting anyone jump on your mattress – mattresses are designed to perform consistently for ten years as a sleep surface to cushion your body’s shape while supporting optimal skeletal alignment. We test all of our mattresses in our NATA-accredited facilities to validate they will withstand the wear and tear of over ten years of a person sleeping. Sadly, jumping doesn’t make the cut.
  • Consider investing in a high quality mattress protector – this can help shield your mattress from spills and stains that can sometimes occur.
  • While tempting, please try to avoid removing the law tag at the end of your mattress – pulling or ripping anything off of a mattress border can compromise fabric seams. Curious to learn more? Please head to our general Sealy mattress care page.

Curious to learn more? Please head to our General Sealy mattress care page.


Do I need to flip or rotate my mattress?

Rotate? Yes. Flip? No.

At Sealy Posturepedic, all of our mattresses are no-flip mattresses with a support system nearer the base and comfort layers nearer the top. We engineer mattresses this way because a more stable mattress bottom and sides allows you to sleep more evenly across the entire mattress surface and helps you avoid rolling out if you’re lying near the edge.

Since our mattresses only have one top surface – you can rotate the mattress to wear it in more evenly, but please do not flip your mattress.

It is a good idea to rotate your mattress, especially every month for the first 3-6 months. The reason for rotating your mattress is to wear in your mattress more evenly. If you do this regularly – for six months then once every 6 months throughout the life span of your mattress – your mattress should last longer. We have more information on two-sided mattresses and no-flip mattresses here.

We have more information on two-sided mattresses and non-flip mattresses here.

Why does my mattress have a body imprint?

Sealy Posturepedic mattresses have comfort layers on top of the innerspring unit, which are vital to helping your body rest as they provide pressure relief by conforming to your body’s curves without restricting blood flow to your blood vessels.

Sealy Posturepedic’s comfort layers are made of delicate fibres like cotton, wool and even cashmere. When weight is applied to these fibres for sustained periods of time, the comfort layers will settle – much like you see the leather insoles of your shoes settling to mimic your foot’s outline.

Sealy Posturepedic tests each mattress model and sets the highest industry standards in body impression allowance, guaranteeing your body imprint should not be greater than 32mm.

How often should I clean my mattress?

We recommend cleaning your mattress every three to six months.

This is especially helpful if you suffer from allergies because mattresses that are less clean attract dust mites (this affects up to 1 in 4 people!)

The best way to remove dust mites is by using a vacuum with a hose attachment and cleaning the surface and sides of the mattress. We do recommend that you keep the setting on low to avoid any damage to the fabric of the mattress.

It’s also a good idea to wash your bed linen at 60 degrees (if the sheets allow) at the same time to ensure that if you do have dust mites, they won’t just leap from one surface to the other.

What is the best way to move a mattress?

Always try to find another person to help you move a mattress – it’s a two person job.

We find the best way to move a mattress is to have both people carry the mattress on its side on opposite ends without the mattress hitting or bumping into any surfaces; it will be easier to handle and less likely to be damaged.

It’s a good idea to avoid bending or folding the mattress on itself as this can damage the cushioning layers and Sealy Posturepedic innerspring unit. You can try to gently flex the mattress when going through doorways or when rotating your mattress.

What if I feel there could be a fault/warranty issue with my mattress?

First off, we’re sorry to hear this could be the case. We take pride in manufacturing the highest quality mattresses here in Australia.

Take a look through these FAQ answers and see if your question is addressed here. If not, please contact customer care as soon as you are able so our dedicated Customer Care Specialists can help try to resolve your issues. Before reaching out, try to locate your customer care number on the law tag of your mattress and have that number at hand so our teams can assist you as quickly as possible.

Do mattresses have a settling-in period?

Here are some tell-tale signs that your mattress needs replacing:

  • On average, a mattress should last between 7—10 years, so if it’s over 10 years old, it could be time for an upgrade.
  • If your mattress overly sags, has dents in it or springs poking out, it’s a solid sign that it needs replacing.
  • Do you wake up with a sore neck or back, and have nothing to attribute it to, like heavy lifting or strenuous activity? If this is a yes, you might be in the market for a new, more supportive mattress.

For more information on replacing your mattress head here.

Sealy Posturepedic

Does my Sealy Posturepedic mattress come with a warranty?

Sealy Australia are wholly made in Australia. We have five manufacturing facilities located in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.

We source locally or make in-house every major componentry in our bed. Every one of our mattresses is made by hand. Every mattress and base is made to order after you’ve made your purchase (excluding retailers’ showroom floor models) by our highly-trained team of craftsmen and craftswomen.

What does Posturepedic mean?

Essentially, it’s the combination of the words “posture” – the position of a body – and “orthopaedic” – the medically correct position of skeletal and associated structures of the body.

Why did Sealy create the name Posturepedic?

Prior to 1950, mattresses lacked support – they curved like hammocks on bed frames, causing restless sleep and morning backaches.

Sealy imagined there could be a better way. They asked orthopaedic surgeons, including Dr. Robert G. Addison, to work with their team of engineers, form a team, and carry out world-leading research into the science behind quality sleep.

The team found that to reach a state of optimal rest, a person’s muscles needed to fully relax, and their circulatory system needed to be unimpeded by pressure. For this to occur, a supportive sleep system had to hold a person’s skeleton in precisely aligned angles to avoid back ache. As well, the system had to comfortably cushion a body’s natural pressure points so that a person would not toss and turn at night to avoid expending muscle energy.

Both the support and comfort elements of a sleep system had to adapt and work in concert together to create true rest and perform consistently over time. The Sealy team coined this criteria “Posturepedic”.

What makes a Sealy Posturepedic different from the rest?

It starts with the word Posturepedic. Only Sealy Posturepedic mattresses are built passing a medically-accepted, orthopaedically correct criteria of comfort, support and durability. Only Sealy Posturepedic mattresses are made with an interconnected coil unit, an industry-leading Unicased edge guard support, a unique hand-layered comfort core to support the heaviest part of your body and encased in the ultra-breathable SmarTex™ fabric.

While others may import from abroad, we source locally from ethical suppliers we’ve worked with for decades or make in-house every major componentry in our bed. Every one of our mattresses is made by hand by our highly-tenured, expertly-trained team of craftsmen and craftswomen.

Before selling at retail, each Sealy or Sealy Posturepedic mattress range is tested at every level, including 8000 hours of rollator testing.

What’s more, you can be sure our tests are legitimate. Our Research and Development testing facility lab is accredited by NATA, the authority on approving the scientific soundness and quality of laboratories around the world. Their seal of approval means that we have the technology and expertise required to manage, measure and test variables within our mattress construction and design precisely and objectively.

Rest assured, if you are considering a Sealy Posturepedic mattress, it has passed the highest quality and durability testing standards, has been made to pass the stringent quality standards, locally in Australia, by a company committed to safeguarding your back by providing you with superior comfort, support and durability.

Does Sealy sell pillows?

Yes, some retailers, including Harvey Norman, sell our pillows in their showrooms.

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