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King size foam mattress, Was £286.39 NOW £143.20 @ Tesco

£143.20 @ Tesco Direct
This Slumber 1 memory foam mattress is designed with affordability in mind, but without compromising on quality. The mattress features memory foam that has the benefit of pressure relieving. Read More
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This Slumber 1 memory foam mattress is designed with affordability in mind, but without compromising on quality. The mattress features memory foam that has the benefit of pressure relieving.
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#1
Additional info...

Assembled Dimension Height 18
Assembled Dimension Length 200
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 150
Assembly Fully assembled
Bed Type Mattress
Brand Slumber 1
Divan Drawers Non storage
Features of Product Designed with affordability in mind, but without compromising on quality. The Slumber 1 range allows with a lower budget to benefit from a better sleep environment. Poly Velour cover, 3cm 48D memory foam + 15cm 38D HD foam. Rolled, compress and packed into a drawstring bag.
Mattress Type Memory foam
Product Dimension Length 156
Product Height 39.6 cm
Product Width 39.6 cm
Size King (5')
#2
Anyone got an opinion on this, please? Seems an excellent price for memory foam
#3
not on this one in particular but i have just bought a PRIMA foam matress for £90 (single 3') and its truely amazing! avoid the spring foam matress u just need the foam orthopedic ones!
#4
Confirmation that this IS NOT a spring mattress with a foam top would be nice.
#5
dwpeep
not on this one in particular but i have just bought a PRIMA foam matress for £90 (single 3') and its truely amazing! avoid the spring foam matress u just need the foam orthopedic ones!


so you reckon this is worth it?
#6
3cm 48D memory foam + 15cm 38D HD foam


Not sure what that means, but you need about 5 to 6 cm of memory foam, but it will depend on your weight

I recently bought a memory foam topper that is 6cm deep and that is about right for me at 13 st, maybe 5cm would be better but 3cm seems way too little.
#7
schizoboy
Confirmation that this IS NOT a spring mattress with a foam top would be nice.


Did u mean "Confirmation that this IS NOT a spring mattress with a foam top, would be nice" or "Confirmation that this IS NOT a spring mattress, with a foam top would be nice"?
#8
mumbojumbo
OK...this is not a spring mattress with a foam top. It's a 15cm thick high density foam mattress with a thin (3cm) layer of memory foam on top :whistling:


Oh, that doesn't sound so good then, eh? :thinking:
#9
anyone know if these matress will fit into an ikea bed, its a malm double bed. Ikea have strange size beds.
#10
dwpeep
not on this one in particular but i have just bought a PRIMA foam matress for £90 (single 3') and its truely amazing! avoid the spring foam matress u just need the foam orthopedic ones!


hi,

where from?
#11
usman330
anyone know if these matress will fit into an ikea bed, its a malm double bed. Ikea have strange size beds.


IKEA doubles are 140 x 200, king is 160 x 200 - this mattress is 150 x 200 so no not a fit.
Hope this helps - Here's the IKEA Malm page link:
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/S69849849
1 Like #12
We have a 10" think HD foam mattress with about 3" of memory foam and 7" of HD foam. I would like to say its great but unfortunately its not. I don't think it helps that I'm overweight as I very quickly sink into it, and my weight is not evenly distributed. Its like sleeping in a hammock when laying on my side! I also find it uncomfortably warm. I don't sleep very well, but saying all that my wife doesn't have a problem with it, but then she could sleep on a clothes line.

So I think our next buy will be a pocket sprung mattress.
#13
usman330
anyone know if these matress will fit into an ikea bed, its a malm double bed. Ikea have strange size beds.


I have the same bed and noticed that it seemed an odd size. I tuck the quilt in the gap all the way round though so keeps it all looking neat and tidy.
#14
I bought a double from an ebay seller for £179 and cant fault it :thumbsup:

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[FONT=arial][SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000080][SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]A memory foam mattress should be at least 16cm -20cm deep. This Sleep assured Mattress is [COLOR=#ff0000]25cm[/COLOR] deep including a full [COLOR=#ff0000]7cm[/COLOR] of 100% viscose memory foam. This is a superior item. Most 25cm (10 inch) mattresses you see advertised only have between 2-4 cm of memory foam[/COLOR][/SIZE][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=arial][SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000080][FONT=Times][COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]Density[/FONT] [/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=arial][SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000080][SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]The density of a memory foam mattress should be at least 45Kg/m3. The Sleep Assured mattress is 65Kg/m3[/COLOR][/SIZE][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/SIZE][/FONT]
#15
unclecuddles
We have a 10" think HD foam mattress with about 3" of memory foam and 7" of HD foam. I would like to say its great but unfortunately its not. I don't think it helps that I'm overweight as I very quickly sink into it, and my weight is not evenly distributed. Its like sleeping in a hammock when laying on my side! I also find it uncomfortably warm. I don't sleep very well, but saying all that my wife doesn't have a problem with it, but then she could sleep on a clothes line.

So I think our next buy will be a pocket sprung mattress.



Thats gd enough for me. thx

rep added
#16
designaw
IKEA doubles are 140 x 200, king is 160 x 200 - this mattress is 150 x 200 so no not a fit.
Hope this helps - Here's the IKEA Malm page link:
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/S69849849


thankyou :thumbsup:
#17
This will probably be hot, as in sweaty, when you are sleeping = not good.

Memory foam sounds great but you should really try the bed and matress you are paying for before searching the net for the best price.

After all you do need a good nights sleep.

:)
#18
yeh the same with the memory foam pillows, the cheap ones are just that cheap and nasty.... On my 2nd purchase I finally found a good one that is very comfortable and can't do without it anymore... Same with the matresses, bought a cheap one from Netto and wish I didn't.....
#19
I would put you in the direction of a company i used but since they do not have a contact number on an internet whois search it would get pulled anyway :thinking:

Oh and by the way trigger happy mod my new mattress is plush and my bad back is a lot better now :whistling: and i didnt get ripped off.....
#20
IF you really want a good bed then a quality pocket sprung bed is the only way to go, something like a Somnus. The problem is they are very expensive but anyone who has had back pain will agree that price now is better than pain for life!
This is a very thin memory foam mattress, the top rated tempur and others would be about 40cm or so thick and they don't lose their memory for a good 10 years. The Problem with memory foam is that it can't breathe, there is nowhere for the heat to go, you have to have a very thick layer of sheets to try and counteract it.

All this being said its a bargain! Even if you get a couple of years out of it then you've done ok, just trying to point out why a somnus with no memory foam is still a far superior bed. If a bed has a layer of memory foam and pocket sprung underneath not the old fashioned coupled spring system then they can be extremely comfy, just suffer from the same heat issues.

Happy sleeping!
#21
usman330
anyone know if these matress will fit into an ikea bed, its a malm double bed. Ikea have strange size beds.


I sent off for some samples of memory foam for a little DIY project. The foam itself is very easy to carve up. As this is a combination of memory and HD foam, a straight edge a sharp knife and a bit of patience should easily see 10cm off the length.
#22
I bought a king size from an ebay ....check on ebay for better deals
#23
Extremely thin memory foam - not nearly enough!

Minimum you need 5cm memory on top of a 15cm foam base, preferably 7.5cm on top of 12.5cm. That's 2 or 3" for an 8" mattress.

If you're over 14 stone, it's best to get a higher density memory foam, preferably with a further 2.5cm of soft foam on top (1" soft memory foam, 3" hi density memory foam, 4" foam). If you don't go for higher density, you'll get that sinking hammock effect.
#24
[QUOTE=unclecuddles]I don't sleep very well, but saying all that my wife doesn't have a problem with it, but then she could sleep on a clothes line.QUOTE]

Class!:-D
#25
perfect posting time as we need a new king size! thanks

R+H added
#26
biggiep
IF you really want a good bed then a quality pocket sprung bed is the only way to go .....


Not always - I bought a Hypnos pocket sprung, medium tension, from House of Fraser - was supposed to be over £1000, but I got in the sales for about £500. Feels great if you sit on it ---BUT if I lie down and my weight is distributed I'm not heavy enough to depress any of the springs (I'm about 11 stones), so it's like sleeping on a board with no give, which gives me a bad back.

So beware when buying a pocket spring bed - until you've had a chance to sleep in it you can't really judge the feeling from a few minutes in the shop.

I'm now back on a 30 year old mattress and don't have a bad back.

I tried emailing Hypnos several times, supposedly a reputable company, but they ignored all communication. I gather their marketing policy is if you already own the product - don't bother us.

Beds are totally hit-and-miss and in my opinion it has little to do with how much you pay for the mattress - some cheap ones suit some people, whereas expensive ones can be well made and look nice - but disastrous for a good night's sleep.

Buying a bed is a lottery.
banned#27
i bought a '12 medium size one from ebay, I can recommend it. initially, it's hard, after a while, it becomes softer. certainly better than spring mattresses, in my opinion. I would go for a 20cm-25cm minimum.
but if you are very heavy (i am about 14st - i dont have an issue), then memory foam may not be for you.
#28
Mrs.Z
so you reckon this is worth it?


yes its definately worth it if your migrating from a spring matress! I have an orthopedic one and its great! I find menory foam to be alittle softer than orthopedic but never the less better than cheapy spring matresses!
#29
rumz
hi,

where from?


somewhere far away from random people like u :)
#30
jhw
Not always - I bought a Hypnos pocket sprung, medium tension, from House of Fraser - was supposed to be over £1000, but I got in the sales for about £500. Feels great if you sit on it ---BUT if I lie down and my weight is distributed I'm not heavy enough to depress any of the springs (I'm about 11 stones), so it's like sleeping on a board with no give, which gives me a bad back.

So beware when buying a pocket spring bed - until you've had a chance to sleep in it you can't really judge the feeling from a few minutes in the shop.

I'm now back on a 30 year old mattress and don't have a bad back.

I tried emailing Hypnos several times, supposedly a reputable company, but they ignored all communication. I gather their marketing policy is if you already own the product - don't bother us.

Beds are totally hit-and-miss and in my opinion it has little to do with how much you pay for the mattress - some cheap ones suit some people, whereas expensive ones can be well made and look nice - but disastrous for a good night's sleep.

Buying a bed is a lottery.



When your ordering a pocket sprung bed you should get the spring tension for your body size, for me stiff springs will cope with me best but for those of a smaller size a softer spring would suit better. Most companies don't even tell you there are any different types and just want to sell you what they have too much stock of.

Most places give you a good trial period so take full advantage!
#31
Not to mention the health issues with memory foam :whistling:
#32
Had 2 different expensive pocket sprung matresses, now sleeping much better on the cheapest plain sprung matress I could find.
Always wanted a foam matress though, but thought they were too expensive. Got one ordered.:thumbsup:
#33
dwpeep
not on this one in particular but i have just bought a PRIMA foam matress for £90 (single 3') and its truely amazing! avoid the spring foam matress u just need the foam orthopedic ones!


dude, were from? argos f**ked me over when i bought mine! they didnt detail what it was, just memory and i paid so much! it turns out to be spring! i want a foam one where i sink into it!!! =D
#34
dwpeep
somewhere far away from random people like u :)


now thats not nice, esp when you were the one i lost my virginity too...i mean figuratively speaking of course! :whistling:

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