Monday, February 19, 2018

REAL Tuck Mattress Review from Someone Who Paid $1,200 For One

*Spoiler alert: I do recommend this Tuck mattress and I wouldn't have written about it if I didn't, especially since I paid real money for it and didn't get it for free to write about. Actually, you all know me and I would have written a BAD review if I had hated it, so there's that.

Just like this product over here, I wish I had this mattress when my kids were younger. Let me start at the beginning of our Tuck Mattress Journey.

We moved in to our new digs in the country at the end of October last year. We realized we had an old, nasty queen-sized mattress that had housed not just us for probably 15 years, but also housed 5 kids in our family bed (not all at once, of course).

So now that all kids are out of our family bed, we thought it would be a good time to take the leap and get a king-sized mattress. Weird, huh? Doesn't make sense. Man, I wish we had this king-sized situation when the kids were little and my husband was traveling and all the kids were in bed with me!

When we first moved in, I was sleeping on the couch sometimes because I so uncomfortable in our bed. My hips always hurt in our old bed. My husband snored like a buzz saw. We tossed and turned all night. Ugh.

Now my husband honestly snores less, so I sleep more. He tosses and turns less. I toss and turn less so we wake each other rarely. I also think the king-sized upgrade factors in ... we have more space for spreading out. I actually have DREAMS now!

The cool thing about Tuck is that you can customize your side (I guess if you are single you just make them both the same). Each side was customized based on weight and height, whether you get cold or hot at night, sleeping position, any sleeping issues like restless leg syndrome (yes, I had some but I don't anymore).

Climbing into my Tuck at night is heavenly.

Look, my parents read this blog and probably also my grandmother and someday maybe even my kids. I'm not going to give a lot of details here for sure, but just know that I know one of your concerns might be the bounce factor of this mattress. All I'm going to say is that it's good to go, m'kay? (there could be a bit more bounce, but it's fine ... you're going to do more sleeping than boom boom on a mattress anyway)

Yes, it's a lot of money to spend on a mattress. Our king-sized Tuck was about $1,200 delivered to our front door. But my husband and the chiropractor were seeing a little too much of each other for my budget, so it was time to take drastic measures. It's a little scary how well I sleep now on the Tuck. I wake up at 6:30 to my alarm and feel like I really slept well and like I wasn't up and down and moving all around.

This is just a mattress. It does not come with a box spring because you don't need that junk, which is just more stuff to make and buy and throw out. Put your mattress on a platform of wood (my husband is going to build a cool one for us) or on the floor and your back support will be great. Yes, it is a lot of money to spend on a mattress. I understand. There is a money-back guarantee and they will come and get your bed and donate it to someone in the community if you hate it. You won't hate it. We are currently sleeping with the mattress on the floor and it's fabulous.

**If you want to take the plunge, you and I both get a $75 Amazon gift code for doing so. Just click here to start to customize and order your Tuck and you'll get your discount. Come back here to let me know what you think. Or you can come to my page on Facebook and message me or leave me a comment there.

The rest of you can go about your business while I have a little talk with Tuck (or you can totally eavesdrop):

Tuck, some of your pictures on your site and materials that came with the mattress are a little ... shall we say, RACY? I'm no prude, but is it really necessary? I mean, must I see a dude in his undergear (yes, I spelled that how I wanted to) on the mattress? A female in black lace panties and another chick in bra and panties? No thanks. Take a hint from everyone storming Hollywood for movies with less gratuitous skin shots and eff bombs (heard of VidAngel and their popularity and how many people want to see less of this stuff?).

I don't want to see a picture of 6 random people on one bed. I want to see something way more realistic that happens more often: a family bed. A bed with two actual parents and a kid or two sleeping soundly because the Tuck makes it so you don't feel the other people moving around all the time. That's MY demographic and my fan base ... I know a ton of people who have done family bed, are doing it now, or plan to. Yes, I know in America we are weird about people rolling onto babies and smooshing them, but that seriously rarely happens (and usually when a parent has been imbibing).

Tuck, I love you and feel like we are friends at this point, so I'm just keeping it real.

Friends of The Kerrie Show, if you missed it or skipped to the bottom, here is the Tuck Mattress order link so you get $75 off!
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