What are some highly rated mattresses according to Consumer Reports?


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Some highly rated mattresses, according to results compiled by Consumer Reports, include models from Charles P. Rogers, Sealy, Beautyrest and Stearns & Foster. The magazine gives high marks to select Serta, Tuft and Needle, and Amerisleep models as well. Certain Casper, Spring Air and Ikea models also earn acclaim.

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The Charles P. Rogers Powercore Estate 5000 innerspring mattress is one of Consumer Reports' most highly rated selections. It shares top billing with the Sealy Posturepedic Hybrid Trust Cushion; both innerspring models received a score of 71 points in Consumer Reports' 2015 assessments. The Beautyrest Recharge Hybrid Jeffrey’s Bay is next in line in the innerspring category with a 70 point score; it's followed by the Stearns & Foster Estate Scarborough Luxury Firm model and another Charles P. Rogers innerspring offering, the St. Regis Pillowtop.

In the category of memory foam mattresses, the Serta iComfort Savant Everfeel model lands in first place with a rating of 67 points. The Tuft & Needle 10-inch comes in second with a score of 64. The well-reviewed Amerisleep Revere model, constructed with organic foam formulated from plants, brings up the rear.

Top-rated latex mattress options include the Casper 10-inch and the Spring Air Back Supporter Natalie, both of which received a 64-point evaluation. The Ikea Morgongava mattress is close behind; it boasts a score of 63 from Consumer Reports.

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