- Top insider layer is Serta fireblocker, providing gentle sleeping and added safety using exclusive material, cotton blend top layer ensures extra comfort
- 4 mattress vents to keep sleeping environment fresh with natural air circulation
- Full perimeter border wire for super firm edges when baby standing, security edges assured by heavy duty cloth binding with lock stitching which is stronger than vinyl
- 35 year warranty
- Meets all Federal and State safety standards
Happy with fit of this mattress – baby still on the way
The mattress fits perfectly in our Europa Baby Geneva crib. Nice and snug. The little one is not here yet so I can’t speak as to how it will hold up but I’m happy with the fit and firmness.
Very firm, heavy mattress with a solid feel. It gives just enough when you press on it. Coil count, not mentioned online, is 118. Review the guidlelines for mattresses at Expectant Mother’s Guide.com. Fits the bill fabulously with great support, border rods, and multiple laminated covers. Purchased with a toddler bed for a toddler who sleeps comfortably on her parents’ super firm Seally Posturpedic.
not so firm…
No huge complaints about this, except that it is not what I would call super firm. The mattress sinks more than i would expect under the weight of a 12 pound baby. If you’re on the fence and want a very solid, firm mattress; you may want to splurge on another choice!
The mattress is easily cleaned. It arrived with a tear in the packaging and some black scuff that came right off with a wet cloth. It fit the standard sheets and covers. We also measured our crib first and the mattress fit nice and snug. I like the print on it as well.
We needed to buy a second crib mattress for our baby who will be 18 months apart from her older sibling. We loved our first same-brand crib mattress but unfortunately found that it was no longer available. The previous firm mattress was purchased for $79.99 in the spring of 2009. Then we purchased this “super firm” mattress” in the fall of 2010. I was incredibly disappointed by how less firm this more expensive, “super firm” mattress was than the original less expensive, same brand mattress was. We actually switched out mattresses and gave this one to our toddler (18 month old) and the OLDER, more FIRM mattress to our newborn.Would I purchase this mattress again? I’m not sure. In fact, I highly suggest you physically go to a store to check the firmness. Unfortunately, we live outside of the U.S. so this wasn’t an option for us.Best of luck.