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Found a tempur like Mattress for 1/3 of the price. £299.00 @ evemattress

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Using code 'january' get £50 of all mattresses. Single for £299 - 25cm thick medium firmness memory foam mattress - UK company and made in UK - free delivery and 100 day no quibble test with full refu…
paulrwarner Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago43 Comments
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Thanks - I have ordered the Leesa, rather than the Eve. It does seem that you get something more the extra you pay.
I also posted a voucher for the Leesa - http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/leesa-mattresses-80-off-price-2439184

You get £80 off, rather than the regular £50 - but it's only for the Bank Holiday Weekend. So if anyone was on the fence,I would't sleep on it...
As the OP, I think this thread covers your concerns, but if not read the review sites and you may find that the Leesa is a bit more comfortable for the extra bucks!

I love my eve. I have never slept so well. My back pain has reduced by 75%. But it does take some getting used to hence the 100 day trial. Plus it is hot to sleep on, which is nice when it is cold!
Apologies for reviving this thread, but I'm in the market for a new mattress.
The leesa is about£60 more than the eve - and both seem to offer a decent 100day refund.

Not sure what the leesa offers for the extra £60. If anyone has the time, if love to hear about your experiences with either the eve or the leesa
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paulrwarner
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£700 for a mattress made up of only foam layers seems prohibitively expensive. What am I paying for here? The mattress itself or the advertising, generous guarantee and the owner's (no doubt generous) salaries?
Surely the question here is why pay £2000 for a tempur when the lessa and eve are essential the same thing yet so much cheaper! No?

Leesa and Eve mattresses have cheaper and less durable 50kg density memory foam which is a potential weak link in these mattresses. Tempur uses 85kg density memory foam for their expensive mattresses. I have seen cheaper mattresses than the eve and leesa with higher density memory foam.

More about the weaknesses of these mattresses can be found here:
http://www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/general-mattresses/16986-leesa.html


Interesting. I went with the eve as I didn't know about the lessa but either way I can have three new mattresses in the10-15 years instead of 1. Cant really tell the difference in the density and when you can get a new one!
paulrwarner
ronmanager
£700 for a mattress made up of only foam layers seems prohibitively expensive. What am I paying for here? The mattress itself or the advertising, generous guarantee and the owner's (no doubt generous) salaries?
Surely the question here is why pay £2000 for a tempur when the lessa and eve are essential the same thing yet so much cheaper! No?

Leesa and Eve mattresses have cheaper and less durable 50kg density memory foam which is a potential weak link in these mattresses. Tempur uses 85kg density memory foam for their expensive mattresses. I have seen cheaper mattresses than the eve and leesa with higher density memory foam.

More about the weaknesses of these mattresses can be found here:
http://www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/general-mattresses/16986-leesa.html
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