Short answer is: if it feels better it’s worth it when you’re keeping it for 8-10 years. Beautyrest is also good at cooling the mattress but not as good as the Sealy mattress. I still have a week until my bed frame comes in so still looking. And Simmons BeautyRest Drifton $899 You’ve said they all feel good to you, but to understand the true quality, expected lifespan, luxury of a mattress try to get an understanding of what’s inside each mattress that differs from the next. Starting just under $2000, these mattresses aren't cheap, but they offer many layers of foam and coil layers, including microcoils in some mattresses. There are 2 F’s when it comes to mattresses...feel and fill. Never sold those lines though so Simmons site might be a better source of info. Hard to tell because they're in different stores but seem to feel similar. The Bay is known for their higher markup cost but the Silver vs Platinum has to mean something. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. As far as I can tell they're both luxury firm high-loft pillow-top mattresses. Less short answer: going up a line (in any mattress brand) normally means you’re either getting nicer foams (denser which holds its feel longer), adding features like PCM (temperature regulation), or adding more coils (more conforming slightly longer lasting support). This allows air to freely circulate and prevent heat buildup. The Beautyrest Platinum SOTHEBY II: Queen for $1,299. Also the Drifton or equivalent is available online for much much less than 899. With plush pillow top options, their options include the Jaycrest, Spring Grove, and Haven Pines . Hello there currently looking at BeautyRest Firm Mattresses, I’m 22male sleep alone currently 230 but working on dropping back down to 180-200lbs, I like firm and can sleep on anything but don’t like to sink personally. A place to discuss anything to do with mattresses, mattress accessories, and sleep technology. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Silver are there rebranded Recharge series from the last few years that have had a lot of warranty issues. Got quoted 1100 for the Drifton at the local mattress store. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. In my store, we charge 1299 for the Matt and box as well, but it comes with a $200 gift card. Not worth it. The Beautyrest Platinum offers much thicker mattresses than the previous-mentioned lines. He’s constantly posting advertisements for products he makes commission on which breaks the rules of the subreddit. The Bay is known for their higher markup cost but the Silver vs Platinum has to mean something. The Beautyrest Silver LYLA: Queen for $889 * /w -$100 offer, The Beautyrest Platinum SOTHEBY II: Queen for $1,299. You'd be better off with the Silver line and a high quality topper than the current Platinum Line. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Plat is there bread and butter and would suggest. Is the BRS900C Extra Firm the same model? As far as I can tell they're both luxury firm high-loft pillow-top mattresses. Going from Silver to Plat is 150-200 coil increase. Press J to jump to the feed. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. For most expensive I’ve tried BeautyRest Platinum Chestnut Hill Luxury Firm for $1459 @ Macy’s / BeautyRest BRS-900-TSS with and without pillow topper ($849/$959), And then at Sit N Sleep Simmons BeautyRest Kimble Bay $1379/$1479 with pillow top, Now they all felt pretty solid to sleep on but should I just go with my cheapest option the $849 or spend the extra cash for additional technology and material. For most expensive I’ve tried BeautyRest Platinum Chestnut Hill Luxury Firm for $1459 @ Macy’s / BeautyRest BRS-900-TSS with and without pillow topper ($849/$959) And then at Sit N Sleep Simmons BeautyRest Kimble Bay $1379/$1479 with pillow top. A place to discuss anything to do with mattresses, mattress accessories, and sleep technology. Hard to tell because they're in different stores but seem to feel similar. Seems like I could get it for way less online? In short.. Is the Platinum line worth $400 more than the Silver line? Both use largely the same materials (which are relatively low quality), but the Silver line uses less overall, which means there are fewer weak links prone to premature flattening and failure. Don’t trust what this commenter says. Gotcha, what beds would you be recommending to try out other than these since you say they are low quality? In short.. You should try comparing their internal specs rather than simply price. Going from silver to platinum on beautyrest I think you get about 200 more springs in a queen and better/more memory foam. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Shopping between stores I've found 2 mattresses that I as far as I can tell are as close to the same as you'll find. The Simmons Beautyrest mattress is made up of 3 major mattress series which are the Black collection, Platinum collection, and Silver collection.