There are two secrets behind the amazing comfort and overall bodily support that come with the Strobel memory foam mattress: a top layer of Polyfilax and the patented Lever Support system.
Polyfilax is a material very similar to the memory foam used in the Tempurpedic mattress. When your body weight lays down on the mattress, each part of your body sinks into the mattress and eases into relaxation. Instead of a few points of the body supporting the entire weight, the bed takes on the weight and allows every inch of the body to rest easily. This is what provides the very comforting sensation of being suspended in air, since no body parts feel the pressure of holding up everything else.
The Lever Support system replaces the typical box springs found on many other beds, and is available in the Supple-Pedic 6000 model, as well as some other models from this manufacturer. This spring system essentially responds to the heavier points of a body by rising up in lighter places to add extra support.
So how does all of that stack up to the Tempurpedic mattress? It really all comes down to the level of firmness that is desired. The Strobel mattresses are much softer and offer more cushioning than the Tempurpedic, which is designed more for tougher support on the back and other vital body parts.
Whether the Strobel Supple-Pedic mattress is the best mattress for any given consumer just comes down whether a firmer or softer bed is desired. Consumers with back or hip issues may need a very firm pad and gravitate more toward the Tempurpedic, but consumers who want more cushioning back with superior support will go with a Strobel mattress in most situations. The Strobel mattresses do come in different levels of firmness, so it is possible to get a tougher feel with this line of mattresses as well.