Restonic Mattress Styles

Updated February 21, 2017

Operating since 1938, Restonic sells traditional innerspring mattresses, memory-foam mattresses and latex mattresses. Their spring-based mattresses are known for their "Marvelous Middle," which features a high concentration of coils to increase user support, as well as mattress longevity and resiliency.


A seven-time winner of the "Consumers Digest" Best Buy Award, Restonic's ComfortCare mattress features high-density foam that surrounds its internal springs. The mattress's Spiralock technology helps reduce motion disturbance between sleep partners and prevent each partner from rolling toward the middle of the bed.

Grand Palais

The Grand Palais features individually wrapped and tempered coils that "remember" their shape, providing support and comfort. Posturized zoning offers support for the head and shoulder, lumbar area, thighs and lower legs.

HealthRest Magnetic

Restonic's HealthRest Magnetic employs Bioflex magnets--the only magnets medically proven to relieve pain, according to a study at Baylor College of Medicine. According to Restonic, these magnets also improve circulation and help users reach a deep stage of sleep.

HealthRest Memory Foam

Instead of springs, this mattress uses memory foam, also known as "viscoelastic," that conforms to the contours of the user's body and provides support to the head, neck, back and other parts of the body.

HealthRest Latex

Eco-friendly (the mattress's latex is harvested from rubber plants), the HealthRest Latex is similar to the HealthRest Memory, in that it "remembers" the body's shape and contours. In addition, the mattress is made of nonallergenic material, making it resistant to mites, mildew and bacteria.

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