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This mattress — down to just $343 for a queen-size — has a lot to offer. It features iCoil pocket springs that are individually wrapped for a comfy-yet-supportive feel. And it’s made of layers that are specially designed to keep you supportive and pain-free while you slumber: 1.25 inches of soft comfort foam, 2.5 inches of durable high-density foam and 7.5 inches of motion-isolating iCoil pocket springs with a quilted, microfiber top.
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