Crown Jewel Mattress Review

Updated July 1, 2021

Crown Jewel bed in a bedroom setting

Crown Jewel is Sealy’s exclusive collection. It features the CoreSupport Center, which adds support where you need it most, under the heaviest part of your body. The Crown Jewel is split into several levels:

Type of Construction

Crown Jewel mattresses are either traditional innerspring designs or hybrids (innerspring/memory foam combination). They have a reinforced center third for better back support (except the Basic models).

Overview of the 5 Series in Crown Jewel

  Basic Series Value Series Performance Series
Construction Innerspring Innerspring Innerspring
Features
  • Midloft Knit Cover
  • SealyComfort Foam
  • Sealy Classic Coil
  • Midloft Knit Cover
  • Sealy Stability Coil
  • CoreSupport Center
  • StableEdge Pro System
  • 4 vertical side handles
  • Midloft Knit Cover
  • MoistureProtect
  • SealyComfort Soft Foam + SealyComfort Gel Memory Foam
  • Sealy Stability Plus Coil
  • CoreSupport Center
  • DuraFlex Edge System
  • 4 vertical side handles
Queen Price $499 $429 - $799 $629 - $999
  Hybrid Series Premium Series
Construction Hybrid (Innerspring/Memory Foam) Innerspring
Features
  • Midloft Knit Cover
  • PCM Cooling
  • AllergenProtect
  • SealyComfort Soft Foam + SealyComfort Gel Memory Foam
  • Sealy Stability Plus Coil
  • CoreSupport Center
  • DuraFlex Edge System
  • 4 vertical side handles
  • CoreSupport Center with .5" Sealy Comfort Super Soft Gel Foam
  • Sealy Embrace Coil
  • 4 vertical handles
  • Stable Edge System
  • Sealy Comfort Super Soft Foam + Sealy Comfort Extra Soft Foam
Queen Price $1,099 $849 - $969

PROS CONS
  • Wide selection of comforts and prices
  • Innerspring and hybrid choices
  • Trusted brand for years
  • Only available through select retailers

Motion Base Options

There are three adjustable base models for Sealy. Adjustable bases (also called motion bases) give you more options for a mattress. You can sit in bed to read or work. Pick your sleeping position and put your head or legs up, etc. Some even have features like massage. There are three models available with Sealy mattresses:

Ease 3.0 Power Base TEMPUR-Ergo Power Base TEMPUR-Ergo Extended Power Base
Tempur-Pedic Ease Base Tempur Ergo Base Tempur Ergo Extended Power Base
  • Wireless remote
  • Independent head and foot adjustment
  • Adjusts the head of the mattress up to 60 degrees for a sitting position
  • Legs raise up to 50 degrees
  • One-button function to return to a flat position
  • Lift capacity of 650 lbs
  • Platform bed friendly
  • Wireless remote
  • One-touch pre-set buttons
  • 2-zone massage
  • Adjustable legs to 3,6 or 9 inches
  • USB ports
  • Platform bed friendly
  • Wireless remote
  • Head tilt adjustment
  • One-touch pre-set buttons
  • 4-zone massage
  • Adjustable legs to 3,6 or 9 inches
  • USB ports
  • Platform bed friendly

Delivery Method

Crown Jewel mattresses are available in select stores or online, but not directly from Sealy. They're usually delivered by a retailer’s in-home delivery service. In-home delivery is typically offered for free, along with removal of an old existing mattress.

More about the Sealy Brand

Sealy is one of the oldest and largest mattress companies in America. The Posturepedic mattresses and blue butterfly logo are what Sealy is best known for. A few years ago, Tempur-Pedic purchased Sealy, along with its sister brand, Stearns & Foster. The company is now Tempur-Sealy and is the largest mattress company in the world.

Sealy continues to make a wide range of mattresses. Entry-level mattresses cost a few hundred dollars, and they go all the way up to mattresses priced at a couple thousand. There are tens of millions of Sealy mattresses in use today. They've maintained their status as some of the most popular beds in America.

Conclusion

Sealy's Crown Jewel collection has a wide variety of comfort levels, prices, and designs. There are both innerspring and hybrid mattresses. They have great features as you move up to the higher-end models. These mattresses provide good back support, so they'd work well for anyone who normally suffers from back pain.

The Value Series really does offer a good value, with the same CoreSupport Center as the more expensive models. The Hybrid series has a large amount of comfort materials and the cooling technology will help you sleep soundly, so for a bit more of an investment, they're great beds. I would recommend the Crown Jewel mattresses to anyone looking for a quality mattress that's not wildly expensive.


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About The Author

Juliana is a content analyst who has taken a deep dive into the mattress industry. She spends her free time hanging out with her friends (read: her cats), and trying to get creative with some painting or sewing.