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Where is the best place to buy a good quality mattress?

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#1
John Lewis - Pocket sprung wait after the 25/12/16. Good quality one should be around £700 reduced. And in JL you can go and try them too.
#2
these are carazilly comfortable

http://www.mattressesworld.co.uk/f/Sprung_and_Memory_Foam_Mattresses/products::brand:Airsprung.htm

and you can have 3 or 4 for the price of the john lewis ones :)

I have 1 Airsrpung and 1 Halo both are great
banned#3
In store so you can try them. what is a good mattress for one person is not necessarily good for another. then compare online price of specific mattress you like. ;)
#4
kmirza
John Lewis - Pocket sprung wait after the 25/12/16. Good quality one should be around £700 reduced. And in JL you can go and try them too.

We bought a JL mattress last year. It's really good, we waited for the sales, it didn't go cheaper but they had an offer for extra springs.
#5
We went for IKEA - great value and you can try them in store. (you do have to brave an ikea though... collection of the old one only possible if you order in store for some reason :-/ )

Edited By: Boringgit on Dec 13, 2016 09:47: autocorrect
#6
Def need to try in-store - try now and wait to see if on sale online after xmas. I used to work for a bed/mattress company. If you want a lasting one & hygienic- pocket springs and natural fillings. Get the most springs you can afford and feels comfortable.
Do some research into where they are made- Harrison's farm in Yorkshire make them from scratch with natural fillings and have won awards- they supply to John Lewis and Feather & Black almost others.
#7
I can recommend Warren Evans - very good prices, own brand mattresses made in London, and branches around South East to allow you to try. They were very highly rated by Which.
#8
Ikea - seriously underestimated!! They come with a 25 year guarantee, and i paid £60 for my daughter's and it's so incredibly comfortable we're replacing our memory foam one for it! Paid the same price for my son's and his is lumpy and sunken. Ikea customer service in my experience has been very good and they have all the mattresses in store to try. I wouldn't spend £700 on a mattress though, ikea ones are about £200 for a double :)
#9
Boringgit
We went for IKEA - great value and you can try them in store. (you do have to brave an ikea though... collection of the old one only possible if you order in store for some reason :-/ )

I love my Ikea mattress, and it has lasted a long time (>15 years - replaced the topper after 12 years)), just be aware of the differences between UK and European bed sizes; if you are buying the rest of the bed there it wont be such an issue, but also remember when you come to buy bedding!!
#10
pookynuts
Def need to try in-store - try now and wait to see if on sale online after xmas. I used to work for a bed/mattress company. If you want a lasting one & hygienic- pocket springs and natural fillings. Get the most springs you can afford and feels comfortable.
Do some research into where they are made- Harrison's farm in Yorkshire make them from scratch with natural fillings and have won awards- they supply to John Lewis and Feather & Black almost others.


where did u gt your sons thanks
#11
Bensons for beds have a good test bed set up, which tells you the best firmness for you. Wouldn't exactly recommend buying from them though - especially the lakeside Thurrock one.
#12
A 25 year guarantee is useless. You need to change your mattress every 7-10 years. If not for comfort then for hygiene.
#13
Try Clearance Bargains if there's one near you. I got a 1200 pocket sprung for £120, They do silent night, air sprung and other makes stocked by Argos as they are their clearance shops. Got mine from Walsall but they also have branches in Corby, Darlington and Stanley, I believe
#14
pookynuts
A 25 year guarantee is useless. You need to change your mattress every 7-10 years. If not for comfort then for hygiene.


u been watching too many adverts dreams ones. if it ain't broke it doesn't need replacing. most people use bedding so hygiene shouldn't be a issue unless u got bed bugs then ur buggered what ever the age
#15
muddassarsardar
pookynuts
A 25 year guarantee is useless. You need to change your mattress every 7-10 years. If not for comfort then for hygiene.


u been watching too many adverts dreams ones. if it ain't broke it doesn't need replacing. most people use bedding so hygiene shouldn't be a issue unless u got bed bugs then ur buggered what ever the age


Erm no. Why would you have something you sleep on 8 hours a day longer than 10 years? It's made from materials which will over time have a build up of bacteria and spores. A mattress protector will only do so much over time. 25 years worth of bacteria. No thanks.
#16
Hypnos are a great trusted British brand (and they also supply a contract version to Premier inn hotels). If you are in the midlands then maybe try colourbank carpets and beds of Leicester. You can try them out there and they also pricematch the likes of soakandsleep online.
My only personal advice would to buy a mattress that suits your needs based on if you are sharing a bed (then go for pocket sprung so as not to disturb each other when moving). Also get one that suits your sleeping position front/back or side (plenty of advice online). A mattress which has a no turn feature is just a gimmick imo.....you need to rotate and turn a mattress to get even wear from it and to last longer. Also buy a good divan base and mattress protector. Mattresses with latex tops ect sewn into them can't be turned but a one without can always have seperate one added later if needed and can still be turned.
I will give just one example https://www.soakandsleep.com/classic-oban-mat-with-wool-double.html all the best.
#17
I love Ikea mattresses! There's a huge range from cheap to the big expensive ones but I recommend the mattresses that have a combination of both springs and memory foam. Heaven! Plus, you get 90 days to try it and exchange it if you need to and also you get a 25 year guarentee. Bonus!

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/mattresses/mattresses-toppers/
#18
I have Hypnos, my son JL and my spare room is Ikea. All brilliant. If you like the premier inn Hypnos, you can order one through the hotel chain.
Try before you buy. Best advice JL.
#19
I bought mine from b&m
£150 for orthopedic one

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