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I've spotted some great prices on Memory Foam mattresses @ Argos. The one I'm linking to is £209.99, and is the Layezee Posturezone 4ft 6in Memory Foam Double Mattress. This seems like a great price for this item. I have a memory foam mattress myself which is absolutely amazing- once you have one, I don't think you can ever go back to the sprung mattresses.

I'll post the links to two more in the forum thread as well, both for the Sealys, double and king size.

Details: This Layezee Posturezone mattress features a slow recovery memory foam, developed using space-age technology. * Coupled with a greater concentration of open coil springs in the central third of the mattress to give greater support where your body needs it most, the memory foam provides an additional cradle of support along the length of the mattress making for a fuller, more restful sleep with fewer waking periods * Modern micro-quilted mattress cover contains generous layers of filling with the deep layer of visco-elastic memory foam incorporated into the top layer of the filling. * Unlike a conventional mattress, memory foam has much fewer pressure points on the resting body providing evenly spread, unrivalled comfort. * The soft knitted mattress top layer allows the memory foam cradle to work to an optimum level and gives a medium firm level of support. * This 13.5 gauge easy care (no need to turn over) mattress will benefit from being turned top to tail every 3 months and will help prolong the life of the mattress.
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#2
Not a bad deal Emma....however if ever Tempur mattresses are this price, I'm going to barge my way to the front of the queue!!!!!
#3


very good price!

Gonna have to go test out this brand of memory foam mattress tomorrow and if its good will get one :)

was quoted £600 at the weekend for a different brand which seems to be the same thing :roll:

thanks emma :)
#4
I believe House of Fraser stores have half price Tempur mattresses in their sale starting tomorrow. Tried one and found it a bit strange, like lying on a big sponge.
[mod]#5
Nice find emma ... tempting! ;-)
#6
[SIZE=2]Thanks guys. These really are worth the money in the long run. I had trouble getting used to mine the first few nights, as they are quite different to the sprung mattresses. But now it's great! [/SIZE]
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typeRterror
Gonna have to go test out this brand of memory foam mattress tomorrow and if its good will get one


Let us know what it's like. It's quite hard to know with mattresses, even only in the store, as you cannot lie there for a few hours to get the feel of it!
#7
Excellent post Emma, Many Thanks, was looking at memory foam double matresses on the web last week as had a really sor eback and heard they were v good, which one would recommend the double at £209.99 or £249.99?
#8
wozwebs
I believe House of Fraser stores have half price Tempur mattresses in their sale starting tomorrow. Tried one and found it a bit strange, like lying on a big sponge.

exactly what you laying on !


anyway, i'm interested, are these as good as tempur?? im desperate for a new mattress , any feedback please. My last bed was from argos can't try it so was a mistake, not good.

Ive read the item, it mentions open coil srings inside,
#9
might be worth price matching this @ john lewis for free del and extra warrenty??
#10
Thanks emma :) some good deals there...
#11
Turbotrance
Excellent post Emma, Many Thanks, was looking at memory foam double matresses on the web last week as had a really sor eback and heard they were v good, which one would recommend the double at £209.99 or £249.99?

I suffer from a bad back. be carefull!!! these matresses arn't for everyone. I got a Tempur one on a 60 day trial and I sent it back. It gave me aches in places i never knew existed!!!:-( The foam becomes very hard once its adjusted to your shape!! I found a normal soft matress to be better
#12
andel
I suffer from a bad back. be carefull!!! these matresses arn't for everyone. I got a Tempur one on a 60 day trial and I sent it back. It gave me aches in places i never knew existed!!!:-( The foam becomes very hard once its adjusted to your shape!! I found a normal soft matress to be better


It's all about personal preferences though. When I was in the mattress store trying some out, there was no memory foam "standard". Just like normal mattresses, some were harder, some were softer...so there is a bit of a difference, probably even between brands. If you fancy one of these, I'd recommend doing what typeRterror is doing - go and test them out before buying.

The make of mine is "Memory King", so I've no idea about the likes of tempur or sealy etc...
#13
Much like waterbeds, these have a learning curve before you get a good nights sleep..

Remember you usually move during your sleep. These matresses seriously restrict your ability to move/turn in your sleep. So they are probably more likely to cause aches and pains than relieve them.
#14
Also, I know that if you have a documented back condition, then you can get orthopedic mattresses like the Tempur VAT Free. I believe they mention it on their website (or maybe it was another site selling Tempur mattresses)...I wonder would you be able to do the same at House of Fraser if you mention it to them....! Now that would be a bargain.
#15
There's no such thing as an 'orthopedic mattress', that's just a marketing tool.

As Emma said it's horses for courses, you should definitely spend ten minutes minimum lying in a bed before buying it. Most bed stores will allow this, if they don't find another one as it's similar to a television store not allowing you to see the picture before buying it.
#16
So did anyone spend 10 minutes lying on a bed in a store today :-D ??
#17
I'd really like to hear user opinions on this! :)
#18
Turbotrance
Excellent post Emma, Many Thanks, was looking at memory foam double matresses on the web last week as had a really sor eback and heard they were v good, which one would recommend the double at £209.99 or £249.99?


Does anyone know how the £249.99 mattress is better or worth the extra £40 as opposed to the £209 as I would like to purchase soon before this offer ends

Cheers :)
#19
I tried out a few beds today. The ones with miracoil or similar underneath a thick layer of memory foam were very comfortable.

A little weird but I'm sure I'll get used to it (you get a slight sinking sensation as you lie there and the foam adjusts). It certainly does what it says on the packaging, keeps the top of your body fairly flat as your bum, shoulder blades etc sink into the foam without creating hollows around them.
#20
Hi Guys

I would like to buy one of these mattresses in the next day before the sale ends tomorrow Tuesday, which is the best?

Sealy Memory Ultimate 4ft 6in Double Mattress. at £250
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6654481.htm

or
Layezee Posturezone 4ft 6in Memory Foam Double Mattress.at £210
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6654539.htm

which mattress would you recommend?

Any views much appreciated Guys

Thanks :)
#21
Turbotrance
Hi Guys

I would like to buy one of these mattresses in the next day before the sale ends tomorrow Tuesday, which is the best?

Sealy Memory Ultimate 4ft 6in Double Mattress. at £250
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6654481.htm

or
Layezee Posturezone 4ft 6in Memory Foam Double Mattress.at £210
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6654539.htm

which mattress would you recommend?

Any views much appreciated Guys

Thanks :)


I would give the layezee one a wide berth. I have just sent one back today. It only had a thin layer of memory foam (about 2 inches) on top of springs.
Try the other sealy one. You can always send it back if you don't like it.
#22
baldmonk
I would give the layezee one a wide berth. I have just sent one back today. It only had a thin layer of memory foam (about 2 inches) on top of springs.
Try the other sealy one. You can always send it back if you don't like it.


Thanks a lot man, much appreciated :)
#23
I bought the Sealy one, delivery within 21 days though so a while before I can give feedback.

I gave the other one a wide berth just because I'd never heard of it :) Certain things in life you stick with brand names and things which affect your physical well being are included in that list for me.
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Artemis
I bought the Sealy one, delivery within 21 days though so a while before I can give feedback.

I gave the other one a wide berth just because I'd never heard of it :) Certain things in life you stick with brand names and things which affect your physical well being are included in that list for me.


very true man especially when it comes to your back
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:)
i have the sealy double memory support mattress and its Very Very good. what i can tell you is that its memory foam over springs, best of both worlds ! 5 yr warranty, 10" thick, 60mm memory foam layer, more then enough. you dont sink in as much as you do on a full memory foam mattress

i got mine from mattressman.co.uk for 249.99 plus quidco cashback ! with next day delivery free.

its been said that it takes up to 50 days for a person to fully adjust to a new mattress!

stay clear of tempur, which?online did a test on mem foam mattresses and tempur came towards bottom, i have a screen shot see below:

http://img97.imageshack.us/img97/8623/whichtesttablevp3.jpg

my sealy one is very good, well worth £249.99, we spend a third of our lives sleeping, so its good to take care of our backs! mine has defo been ache free in the mornings, compared to my last mattress!

if anyone has any questions, ask away!
#26
That's a really helpful post bigup - you deserve some rep points for that. Thanks :)
#27
Excellent post bigup....certainly helps when deciding what mattress to buy.
#28
emmajk42
That's a really helpful post bigup - you deserve some rep points for that. Thanks :)


thanks :)

i was in the same position a few weeks ago, i did months of research lol to decide what to get, my budget was £100 at first lol, but soon shot up!

one thing i do recommend you do (if you dont already) is get a mattress protecter, i got one from DuneLm Mill, £16 and is water proof aswell as dust mite proof etc etc so good for allergy sufferers.

it just prolongs the life of the mattress and if you have kids, then its a god send for when they decide they dont want to go to the toilet and empty their bladders on the bed :giggle:

Sealy say that the mattress needs to be "Rotated" twice a month for the first year, then once a month thereafter. Also to "Air" the mattress once a month will also prolong its life.
#29
Hi I ordered the Sealy Memory Ultimate 4ft 6in Double Mattress. at £250 on the 10th october and have received a letter from Argos saying due to high demand expected delivery date is now 20th November!!

Has anyone else already received their mattress?

Cheers
#30
We have had one of these for around 6 months. At first I wasnt convinced but now I couldnt go back to a sprung mattress.

I find I sleep like a log on these things and they have definately helped my back. You definately need to try it out first as I can see them not being for everyone...

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