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I've just purchased a new double bed and need a new mattress. I'm looking for something preferably 'medium' rather than too firm or too soft since my posture is terrible, but I tend to sleep on my sid… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I've just purchased a new double bed and need a new mattress. I'm looking for something preferably 'medium' rather than too firm or too soft since my posture is terrible, but I tend to sleep on my side AND my back, and I want it to at least feel comfortable.

I've been looking around at prices online and in stores and prices seem to be erratic if you like. Can't quite pin down a good deal on a good quality bed that is suitable for me.

So i was wondering if anyone could help? Anyone know where I can get a good deal on a quality mattress that would be suitable? And if anyone has any mattress advice please let me know!

Cheers =]
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#2
Don't know if it helps but if you have a Makro card I picked up a Double Silentnight Miracoil from there the other day for £79.99 +VAT so £91.92 inc.
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cosmicdav3
Don't know if it helps but if you have a Makro card I picked up a Double Silentnight Miracoil from there the other day for £79.99 +VAT so £91.92 inc.


I do but my nearest Makro just recently shut down =[ Though there is one about 20 miles away I think... Thanks for letting me know, the mattress pretty good then?
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WaxMechaniK
I do but my nearest Makro just recently shut down =[ Though there is one about 20 miles away I think... Thanks for letting me know, the mattress pretty good then?


To be honest I'm not sure! I have bought it but not used it yet as waiting to move, being Silentnight I'm hoping it will be ok, and my parents have the same matress and seem to like it (my mum has a slipped disc in her back too so it needs to be comfy but supportive for her)
#6
Memory Foam all the way.
#7
Cheap and good don't go together in the mattress world. For me, good means pocket sprung and good material. Open sprung is rubbish.

Forget the tv adverts as the real price is way less than the headline price and they will not deal at the real price.
#8
i bought on last week, double pocket sprung with memory foam topper.... Mmmmmm comfy!
#9
Thanks for everyone's responses! I was wondering what everyone thought of these:

http://www.mattressnextday.co.uk/mattress/533/Memory-Comfort---Pedic-new/

http://www.mattressnextday.co.uk/mattress/521/Dorlux-ViscoCare-1000/

One is sprung (Open or pocket?) with memory foam topper, the other is just memory foam. Hmm...
#10
i found the just memory foam too soft and alot of people really dont rate them, the sprung ones seems so uncomfy after these,.
#11
rather then buying either of those you need to go into a shop and try them, as they all feel different and you can tell from just lying on them what would be best for you. That one with the memory foam topper for instance , there were lots of different ones in the shop i went in, varying amounts of springs and different thicknesses of memory foam topper, you really need to try before you buy and you definitely do get what you pay for.
#12
Thanks again for all the responses. I saw the mis-price Tesco Direct bargain earlier for £143 instead of over £500, but unfortunately my card blocked it as I had recently paid a large Virgin Media bill the same day, so tried to order again and the price had gone up =[ Shame, it was ideal.

Anyway, I may go for the Visco Care mattress, but please, if anyone has any more offers let me know!
#13
Hi again all, sorry to bring this back up but I stil havnt managed to pick a mattress up for personal reasons but I'm hoping to purchase one today.

I'm currently dithering between a complete memory foam mattress or a sprung mattress with a memory foam layer. I'm looking at these two at the moment (same ones I mentioned earlier in this post!):

http://www.mattressnextday.co.uk/mattress/521/Dorlux-ViscoCare-1000/

http://www.mattressnextday.co.uk/mattress/533/Memory-Comfort---Pedic-new/

Both seem like great prices within my price range, just wondering what everyone's thoughts were on these and what would be a good choice?

Just wanted to point out, I think I need a mattress medium-firm at least as my posture is TERRIBLE and needs fixing! However, despite trying my best to sleep on my back, I end up sleeping on my side which forces my shoulders to roll forward. I'm worried that a firm sprung mattress would make my problems worse. Hmmm...
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WaxMechaniK
Hi again all, sorry to bring this back up but I stil havnt managed to pick a mattress up for personal reasons but I'm hoping to purchase one today.

I'm currently dithering between a complete memory foam mattress or a sprung mattress with a memory foam layer.


They don't actually make complete memory foam mattresses, as you would sink down most of the depth of the mattress and become engulfed. This can make you very hot, and can make it difficult to change position.

I think the mattresses you are refering to are reflex foam with a layer of memory foam on top. These can be very hot compared to those containing springs, as air can circulate through the spring layer and dissipate the heat.

WaxMechaniK
Just wanted to point out, I think I need a mattress medium-firm at least as my posture is TERRIBLE and needs fixing! However, despite trying my best to sleep on my back, I end up sleeping on my side which forces my shoulders to roll forward. I'm worried that a firm sprung mattress would make my problems worse. Hmmm...


It sounds like the best type for you would be pocket sprung with memory foam, as the pocket springs would contour to your body, and help solve the proble with you shoulders rolling forward. However make sure you get one with full size steel pocket springs, rather than those containing the smaller reflex foam encapsulated pocket springs.

The above choice would be the most expensive, so what is your budget?

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