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•Sleep Assured Memory Foam Mattress
•20cm Sleep Assured Luxury Memory Foam Mattress with Free Maxicool Cover.
•“The Most Advanced sleeping System Available” Top of range luxury item
•Perfect temperature all night!
•Hypo allergenic and dust mite resistant. (No more Bed Bugs)
•Heat and pressure sensitive adapting perfectly to the shape of your body
•Your Sleep Assured Foam mattress moulds perfectly to your body shape reducing pressure on your neck spine and all other joints. You will experience greater comfort helping you to sleep for longer and promotes a straighter spinal position whilst sleeping

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#1
Any one know what these are like? Just did a quick search the manufacture sells them on ebay for £125 delivered with a mattress protector.
#2
higgzy
Any one know what these are like? Just did a quick search the manufacture sells them on ebay for £125 delivered with a mattress protector.

i have one on my bed the best way to describe them is they are quite firmish but supportive as they mould to your body. If you like a soft matress then its not for you
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The matrress is 20cm, but how much of that is memory foam.

EDIT: just seen it on ebay, the memory foam is 3cm, think i'le hold out for one with a bit more.

Edited By: andym6561 on Jan 31, 2011 19:50
#4
Does anyone have one of these?
What do you think of it???
#5
andym6561
The matrress is 20cm, but how much of that is memory foam.EDIT: just seen it on ebay, the memory foam is 3cm, think i'le hold out for one with a bit more.
I never understand how they get away with their description under the Trades Description Act.
#6
Skybird
andym6561
The matrress is 20cm, but how much of that is memory foam.EDIT: just seen it on ebay, the memory foam is 3cm, think i'le hold out for one with a bit more.
I never understand how they get away with their description under the Trades Description Act.


Wow, that's misleading. Thanks for the clarification.
#7
Erm before every one really thinks that they are conning you Ive seen this one and it is really is 20cm of memory foam.............not foam with a memory foam topper!
Just thought it needed clarifying
#8
I know quite a few people who ditched memory foam mattresses after a few months as they couldn't stand how hot it made them. There were other reasons too but this was the most common one. This was when they first came out and many of them had spent upwards of £1000 for them so they were not thrown away lightly!!. Worth keeping in mind.
#9
Floravada
Erm before every one really thinks that they are conning you Ive seen this one and it is really is 20cm of memory foam.............not foam with a memory foam topper!
Just thought it needed clarifying

Are you sure?
This is about the same price as most memory foam toppers
which have 2 or 3cm memory foam at most.
#10
Average memory foam is 3" ....................... (8/10" mattresss)
this one is approx just over 1" (8" thick mattress)
so not so good really
#11
Caz42
I know quite a few people who ditched memory foam mattresses after a few months as they couldn't stand how hot it made them. There were other reasons too but this was the most common one. This was when they first came out and many of them had spent upwards of £1000 for them so they were not thrown away lightly!!. Worth keeping in mind.

I have an "Ergoflex" memory foam mattress.
The memory foam component is 9cm thick
and with air holes channelled through.
It is cool.
#12
Floravada
Erm before every one really thinks that they are conning you Ive seen this one and it is really is 20cm of memory foam.............not foam with a memory foam topper!
Just thought it needed clarifying

nope, it's 15cm of reflex foam and 5cm of memory. Even tempur provide only 15cm of their foam, nowhere near 20cm.

For £115 you can't expect too much though. just don't oversell it!
#13
Caz42
I know quite a few people who ditched memory foam mattresses after a few months as they couldn't stand how hot it made them. There were other reasons too but this was the most common one. This was when they first came out and many of them had spent upwards of £1000 for them so they were not thrown away lightly!!. Worth keeping in mind.


Yes dont get a memory foam mattress if you of a 'larger' size. Had a couple of friends get rid of them due to the heat issues and they are large people, yet ours is ok - although ours is a true 20cm of memory foam one so that may have an impact I don't know.
#14
The key feature with memory foam mattresses lies in its marketing - how do you make a mattress sound exciting?

"20cm Sleep Assured Luxury Memory Foam Mattress"

"Your Sleep Assured Foam mattress moulds perfectly to your body shape reducing pressure on your neck spine and all other joints. You will experience greater comfort helping you to sleep for longer and promotes a straighter spinal position whilst sleeping "

I bought into it not long ago and spent a small fortune on one only to realise that it had the opposite effect on me. I kept waking up with an aching back from repeatedly "sinking" in the mattress every night, and I'm not a big guy, 1m80 for 75kg.

I exchanged it after a couple of months for a hybrid spring/regular foam which provides a firm yet flexible base with added cushioning on top. Best purchase decision I ever made.

Remember, you spend a third of your life sleeping - try one before you buy one, don't blindly buy into the marketing.
#15
Agree with LssL's post. Memory foam is all about marketing. I bought a Sealey memory foam mattress a couple of years ago. I'm tall, but normal BMI. Found the memory foam to not support me properly and hot in the summer. My wife, who is not as tall and quite slim, was happier because she tended not to sink into it as much.
Anyway, we now have a good qaulity normal foam mattress (Dunlopillo IIRC) and it is far more comfortable.
#16
hauptmann
Agree with LssL's post. Memory foam is all about marketing. I bought a Sealey memory foam mattress a couple of years ago. I'm tall, but normal BMI. Found the memory foam to not support me properly and hot in the summer. My wife, who is not as tall and quite slim, was happier because she tended not to sink into it as much.
Anyway, we now have a good qaulity normal foam mattress (Dunlopillo IIRC) and it is far more comfortable.


where did you got Dunlopillo from, what firmness they come in?
#17
Yes, they can get warm. Ours is 3"of memory foam on springs that are supposed to help with cooling. Wife had permanent back pain which she assumed was due to problems with epidural and having children. Don't know what my excuse was. Since buying it neither of us suffer. It took about 4 weeks to get used to it but it is so much more comfortable.
Our old mattress was 3 times the price and the bed was so noisy, now I realize it was the springs in the mattress. Maybe the old one was just too firm as it now seems they have changed their minds about backs and firmness.
We have now bought cheap ones for 2 of our kids. One has asthma and used to suffer at night, probably due to dust mites as the old one was about 5 years old.
#18
I couldn't get on with memory foam pillows - they were too hard

I guess you only need a topping of memory foam because unless its naff, you will only sink into the first few cm's. Whats below that will make no difference - princess and the pea thing.

If only memory foam one side, could you flip it over and use the other side if no good?

Quoted to be warm - is that necessarily a bad thing during winter?

Where could you try them out?

Edited By: stphnstevey on Feb 01, 2011 19:25
#19
bed was so noisy


ಠ_ಠ
#20
I have a mattress which is half spring and half memory foam. I tried one which was just all memory foam and it felt so stiff.

I personally think the combination of spring and memory foam is the best - I do like softer mattresses though.
#21
Mattresses should be tried before purchasing cos one man's sound sleep is another man's counting sheep :S

Edited By: emmacowley on Feb 01, 2011 21:18
#22
free delivery is good
#23
Very bad if you are sexually active. No bounceback and poor bodily fluid absorption.
#24
Has anybody got one of these? For around the same price or up to £250 what would the (memory foam) alternatives be?

Thanks
#25
Quoted to be warm - is that necessarily a bad thing during winter?


No, not warm........they were pouring with sweat and really uncomfortable. Others developed back pain so don't believe all this about it being better support for your back etc!

Makes no difference to me, just trying to save people from buying something they may not like. I have severe back problem and I buy firm mattresses. I wasted £800 on a Sleepeezzee medium mattress. The mattress itself was great quality but was too soft and my OH got back pain from it aswell as myself. We had to replace it within months and it was a lot of money to throw in the tip, so I lie on them in shops for an hour at a time so I don't waste money as I replace my mattressess every 3-5 years.

Bottom line, if you can't try it out, don't buy it.
#26
WessexUnderwater
Very bad if you are sexually active. No bounceback and poor bodily fluid absorption.


I wanted to say something about this, but wasn't sure. Also, in the missionary position, I sunk in so far that I dissappeared from under him!! Not so bad in other positions but worth knowing that sex can be a bit hit and miss (literally) on a memory foam!!
#27
Caz42
WessexUnderwater
Very bad if you are sexually active. No bounceback and poor bodily fluid absorption.


I wanted to say something about this, but wasn't sure. Also, in the missionary position, I sunk in so far that I dissappeared from under him!! Not so bad in other positions but worth knowing that sex can be a bit hit and miss (literally) on a memory foam!!


Too much information lol
#28
my kids have these, took a few nights to get used to it but wouldn't go back to springs now.
#29
I've got a memory foam mattress and its awful but it is not this mattress. For anyone thinking of getting one i'd have to say that I've found that the foam has collapsed and it is difficult to turn in the night. Havent' had heat issues. I'm 6'2 but not overweight. I've had it 18months and its going in the skip as soon as I find a pocket sprung at a decent price.

I'm sure there are others who would disagree.

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