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The Ergo Flex memory foam mattress is a temperature sensitive, pressure-relieving mattress that moulds itself to the contours of your body. The Ergo Flex memory foam mattress gives your body optimum support and comfort meaning a restful and more comfortable sleep. Visco-Elastic Memory foam mattresses are commended by medical professionals across Scandinavia and used in the health sector throughout mainland Europe due to their widely recognised therapeutic benefits

* High Density orthopedic pressure-reducing mattress - conforms to your body shape alleviating pressure points and aiding sleep
* Excellent health benefits - helps alleviate and prevent back and neck pain - used in hospitals throughout Europe
* Asthma & allergy friendly - Hypo allergenic and anti-microbial treated - dust mite and germ resistant
* Unique 5 layer system incorporating the new Ergo Flex 'cool sleep' airflow technology
* Deluxe High Density 85kg/m3 open cell visco-elastic memory foam
* High Indentation Load Deflection (ILD) rating comparable with Tempur mattress alternative
* Compliant with BS 5852 & BS 7177 safety standards
* *10 year guarantee
* Excellent for sufferers of Fibromyalgia, circulation problems, and aching back, neck, hip or knee joint complaints
* Recommended to provide comfort to sufferers of arthritis, spurs, lumbago and bed sores.
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#1
Sounds pretty interesting, though not something I'd be able to afford.
#2
http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews142477.html

some reviews.
I order double one (for 349 plus pillows for 70 quids plus delivery), few days ago and tomorrow is delivery ( about 30 quid)
#3
Mantis
Sounds pretty interesting, though not something I'd be able to afford.


this deal is not for everyone ;)
I'm not rich guy, that's why I can not afford to buy cheap rubbish.
You spend third part of life on some mattresses, its better to sleep on really good one.
#4
If you cant afford this look for a 2" memory foam topper - they make a hell of a difference to a comfy nights
sleep I had some back problems and these toppers are great !!

Compared to Tempur prices ( the original suppliers of memory foam mattresses this prob a bargain !)
#5
I just the other day purchased a King Size 10" thick off a famous auction site for £150 so this gets a cold from me.
#6
did you know foam matteress's are a complete waste of time unless you sleep on your back?

lots of people dont know this
1 Like #7
jayzy1
I just the other day purchased a King Size 10" thick off a famous auction site for £150 so this gets a cold from me.


that's not 10" of memory foam though.
#8
tfish
did you know foam matteress's are a complete waste of time unless you sleep on your back?

lots of people dont know this



http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/graphics/ladymattress-l.jpg
#9
I have an ergoflex & I love it, I can't rate this mattress highly enough.

The depth & foam density (the foam density is what makes this mattress 'better & firmer' than your £150 knock-off & comparable to tempur, as the higher the density the 'firmer' it feels.)

If you have say 9cm of cheap low-density memory foam you will sink into it deeper, necessitating a greater overall thickness of memory foam than a higher density foam mattress that you sink into less.

HOWEVER ergoflex.co.uk have several shady business practices.
1. The 'sale' is on every month. First or last 2 weeks of every month.
2. The pillows are £70 a pair, hidden from main site until mattress is in process of ordering, you can't buy one & are not the 'sculpted' memory foam pillows, much more like your standard pillow.
3. Delivery is £30 but highlands etc goes up to £45, they do now state this on website since I purchased.
4. Full 10 year guarantee subject to product registration with Ergoflex within 30 days of receipt of your product. They already have your details, why should I need to (re)register for a warranty?

That being said it was delivered when promised, everything intact.

did you know foam matteress's are a complete waste of time unless you sleep on your back?

lots of people dont know this


Name your source, I can't sleep on my back, never been able to. Since I got the mattress sleeping on my sides is much better & I can even sleep on my front, go figure.

I just the other day purchased a King Size 10" thick off a famous auction site for £150 so this gets a cold from me.


Whilst I'm willing to believe it's better than what you had; I'll take that pepsi taste challenge, your mattress vs mine. 9cm memory foam, (85kg/m3 density), 21 cm total depth.

If you don't have/can't get the figures from the seller, & it doesn't say on it, you've bought a low density one. Sorry.

In summary, the mattresses are great, at this price I haven't looked back. Thoroughly recommended.

I won't vote hot on this deal however as this 'sale' price is pretty much a regular feature with ergoflex.
#10
Thinking about getting a new mattress & would need a kingsize one but know zilch about what I'd have to look for. (Neither I or wifie have any medical conditions / bad back etc to take into consideration).

An Ergoflex would cost me about £445 delivered to Sunny Scotland (although as mentioned this seems to be there regular "DFS stylie" sale price).

Any Mattress boffins out there able to advise if this is the deal for me or if there are any other options out there I should consider.

Ta muchly for any advice :-D
#11
Tomb;7430075
Thinking about getting a new mattress & would need a kingsize one but know zilch about what I'd have to look for. (Neither I or wifie have any medical conditions / bad back etc to take into consideration).

An Ergoflex would cost me about £445 delivered to Sunny Scotland (although as mentioned this seems to be there regular "DFS stylie" sale price).

Any Mattress boffins out there able to advise if this is the deal for me or if there are any other options out there I should consider.

Ta muchly for any advice :-D


All you can really do is try... I would LOVE a mattress of this type having tried one for the support, but on testing out a few in showrooms, and sleeping on the one I have on my own spare bed, with my back problems I find I just can not comfortably and easily turn over!

Best described as "quicksand" it is jsut TOO conforming to shape - including the shape of my elbows as I try to turn.

Shame, but it means I am sticking with my conventional pocket spring mattress!

If you don't turn over much in bed, or don't find it a problem, then go to showrooms and try different ones out - then of course look for it, or an equivalent for less money online! ;-)

This thread on Money Saving Expert is worth a read whatever beds you are buying:
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1026667
#12
will check out tomorro, shattered.
#13
Any one who has one of there - would love to hear their thoughts on these mattresses before i spend my hard-earned
banned#14
jayzy1;7429509
I just the other day purchased a King Size 10" thick off a famous auction site for £150 so this gets a cold from me.

Made by HIGHLAND?

Bought the same as you for the same price. Brilliant mattress. So good we bought another double for another bed.

why pay £400+ when they are £150 on ebay (10" mattress with 3" memory foam)
banned#15
northernlights;7430046
...............Whilst I'm willing to believe it's better than what you had; I'll take that pepsi taste challenge, your mattress vs mine. 9cm memory foam, (85kg/m3 density), 21 cm total depth.

If you don't have/can't get the figures from the seller, & it doesn't say on it, you've bought a low density one. Sorry.

The KS one I bought from ebay for £150 was 30cm thick with 9cm memory foam and 85kg/m3 density so far superior to yours then :-D
banned#16
Tactile;7429824
that's not 10" of memory foam though.

LOL - you wont find a mattress with 10" of memory foam anywhere lol :whistling:

3" is the max recommended.

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