Denali Innerspring Cal-King Mattress
The Denali Innerspring Mattress could be a good option when you’re looking for a plush surface feel to cradle your body at night. Some would say this model has a traditional mattress feel. Note this is a last call item, once inventory has sold there will be no reordering.
What’s Inside the Denali?
The luxury feel of the Discovery Plush Innerspring Mattress comes from its 1.5″ of soy based polyfoam on both top & bottom of the 968 Quantum Edge pocket coil system. Atop that layer you will find an additional 1.75″ of soy based polyfoam inside of the quilting for that additional aww feeling. To cover it all up is a knit organic cotton cover for a smooth finish.
The fire barrier in the Denali is Rayon. Specifically, Rayon’s derived from purified cellulose fibers, which are typically created from wood pulp. In most cases, Rayon will come from bamboo and is biodegradable.
Know the two-sided difference. The longevity of your mattress comes down to a hand full of factors. Such as, materials inside, the amount of use, weight, and whether it’s two sided or not. All of our mattress here at Bedrooms & More are two-sided. Because of this, the mattress gets even wear and weight distribution. Each time you flip or rotate the mattress it feels next to new, so you definitely want to keep up on it.
Founded locally in Newberg, Oregon over 85 years ago, the Oregon Mattress Company has become a Northwest leader in the mattress industry. They believe in a simple approach toward mattress creation. Each mattresses individually handcrafted with the best materials. Great attention given to the simple details. The Oregon Mattress Company uses traditional approaches to mattress manufacturing but uses the latest in new materials. Above all, they strive to have the highest quality mattresses.
On another note, you can rest at ease having a 10 year manufacturer warranty. This warranty begins the day your mattress is delivered and applies to the original purchaser. It includes defects such as 1 & 1/2″ measurable impressions when measured against surrounding areas. As well as, loose or broken springs, coils that protrude through the fabric. Consumer is responsible for transportation costs for warranty repairs.