The Kirkland Signature Sterns and Foster San Remo Mattress is a Luxury, Firm, Euro Pillowtop mattress. If you need a mattress, do consider getting it from Costco as it really does offer some of the best deals.
Here are the features and specs for the Kirkland Signature Sterns and Foster San Remo Mattress:
Mattress thickness: 16″
Bed frame not included
Meets the requirements of 16 CFR Part 1633 – Federal flammability (open flame) standards
King and Cal-King size mattress sets include 2-pc box spring
Ten-Year non-prorated limited warranty covers manufacturer’s defects
Queen 2-pc Mattress Set dimensions: 60″W x 80″L x 21″H Weight: 159 lbs
King 3-pc Mattress Set dimensions: 76″W x 80″L x 21″H Weight: 201 lbs
Cal King 3-pc Mattress Set dimensions: 72″W x 84″L x 21″H Weight: 199 lbs
Luxurious Knit Cover
FlameGuard™ High Loft Fiber
1 in. Hypersoft® Foam
1 in. Hypersoft® Foam
2 in. HD SuperSoft Foam with VRT™
1.5 in. HD Regular Foam
1 in. HD HP Foam
.5 in. Memory Foam
Individually Wrapped Coil
Queen Coil Density: 825
King Coil Density: 1056
Cal King Coil Density: 1050
Foam Encased™ Edge Support
Reduced Height Box Spring
Box Spring thickness: 5 in.
The Kirkland Signature Sterns and Foster San Remo Mattress is priced at $999.99 for the Queen size and $1299.99 for the King and Cal King sizes.
Item numbers are 705897 for the Queen, 705898 for the King and 705899 for the Cal King.
Inventory and pricing at your store may/will vary.
We bought a mattress from Costco online about 2 years ago. Here’s how we did it….
We needed/wanted a new mattress about 2 years ago and we didn’t think we could buy it from Costco because come on, you’ve to be able to “test lie” on it first, right? So initially, we thought we’d get it from Macy’s.
We went to Macy’s and a few other stores, tried many mattresses, and quickly narrowed down our choices – Firm or Extra Firm (definitely not plush), No Pillowtop, Budget $1000 or less for Queen size.
Beyond that, the number of coils, coil density, etc. , we really couldn’t tell the difference.
We found a Sealy Posturepedic we liked at Macy’s and got all the specs for it. Costco did not have a Firm mattress at the store so we looked at Costco online.
They had a Sealy Firm mattress with almost the same specs (maybe the number of coils or coil density was slightly different) BUT the real difference was the price. Costco was $300 cheaper.
After a week or so of going back and forth, we took a leap of faith and ordered it online from Costco. No “test-sleeping” here!
The mattress was delivered without any issues, they even carried it upstairs and removed all the packaging. We didn’t think we could buy a mattress from Costco, much less online, but we did and saved $300 in the process 🙂
If you’re OK with a little bit of uncertainty, buying a mattress from Costco will probably save a few hundred dollars.
Have you bought a mattress from Costco? Store or online? Please let us know!