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Hyde and Sleep mattress £100 off until tonight - RRP £345.00, becomes £245.00

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£245.00 @ Hyde & Sleep
Its a premium brand form mattress, which tend to cost a lot these days. Its not for everyone, but its cheapest I seen in the market compared to other leading brands like Eve Mattress or Caspar. Read More
Its a premium brand form mattress, which tend to cost a lot these days. Its not for everyone, but its cheapest I seen in the market compared to other leading brands like Eve Mattress or Caspar.
suarez777 Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago20 Comments
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How are the pillows?

Im thnking about getting a mattress and would like pillows though review appreciated.
The Price seems to have gone up alot since this post.
Unfortunately, I have no idea either, not having had a foam mattress before. I'd give it a six, if pushed.

But if you're getting the £100 quid off plus cashback, with free return - go for it, I think that's a bargain, compared to the normal competitors.

And please let me know how you find it, if you do pull the trigger.

Best,
Pete
emlin
warnie
Not sure if anyone's reading this thread now but how are you getting on with the mattress? I'm considering getting oen of these.
Hi,
I'm still here!
I'm obviously going to keep my powder dry until the 100 day return option is closed, but I don't expect to be returning this mattress.
If you're not used to foam (and I'm not fully there yet) it comes as a bit of a surprise. A mess of contradictions really. Soft but supportive, cosy but cool. And sometimes it feels a bit too soft, and at other times a bit too hard. Mostly vg.
But it and I seem to be forming a bit of a working relationship. I'm looking forward to seeing what it has in store for me tonight.
Tl;dr: give it a go (but I don't know how much you will be paying, nor whether the pillows are any good).
Hope that helps, but I don't suppose it does - sleep is a very individual thing.
Thanks Emlin, I've had a memory foam mattress for 9 years and it has now lost its support. I love them to be honest. Just checked the website and it's showing £100 off a double and with cashback it's a great deal. Don't need pillows to be honest so the £100 seems a better deal! Glad you are enjoying. You mentioned it was soft, out of 10 how firm would you rate it? I know it's all relative but just to get an idea!

Cheers.
warnie
Not sure if anyone's reading this thread now but how are you getting on with the mattress? I'm considering getting oen of these.
Hi,
I'm still here!

I'm obviously going to keep my powder dry until the 100 day return option is closed, but I don't expect to be returning this mattress.

If you're not used to foam (and I'm not fully there yet) it comes as a bit of a surprise. A mess of contradictions really. Soft but supportive, cosy but cool. And sometimes it feels a bit too soft, and at other times a bit too hard. Mostly vg.

But it and I seem to be forming a bit of a working relationship. I'm looking forward to seeing what it has in store for me tonight.

Tl;dr: give it a go (but I don't know how much you will be paying, nor whether the pillows are any good).

Hope that helps, but I don't suppose it does - sleep is a very individual thing.

Edited By: emlin on Oct 17, 2016 01:27
Not sure if anyone's reading this thread now but how are you getting on with the mattress? I'm considering getting oen of these.
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