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Memory Foam Matress Sale! @ TJ Hughes £149.99

£149.99 @ TJ Hughes
TJ hughes have a sale on memory foam matresses at really low prices. The link above gives a matress from Sleepbetter where a double is £149.99 reduced from £499 and a king for £199.99 reduced from £59… Read More
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TJ hughes have a sale on memory foam matresses at really low prices. The link above gives a matress from Sleepbetter where a double is £149.99 reduced from £499 and a king for £199.99 reduced from £599. Both having a 5 year warranty.

There are two other brands Silent night and Sealy both slightly more expensive with Silentnights King £249.99 reduced from £609.99

Bargain in my opinion.

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#1
Hmm...the one in the deal link is only a layer of 4cm of memory foam. Hardly worth it IMO
#2
GeeJay86
Hmm...the one in the deal link is only a layer of 4cm of memory foam. Hardly worth it IMO


+1
#3
these arent full mattresses just toppers - cold Im afraid
banned#4
janz70
these arent full mattresses just toppers - cold Im afraid


Try a warmer duvet :whistling:
#5
well as the site says mattress and have a different section for toppers I'd say it's a mattress?
#6
These appears to be matresses with a built in layer of memory foam at the top...
banned#7
Brownrooster;6255770
well as the site says mattress and have a different section for toppers I'd say it's a mattress?

its a cheap piece of reflex base foam with a 4cm memory foam topper

bit of a con really

really bad price imo as these go for half the price, new & delivered on ebay

e.g. 150364210978
#8
We needed a mattress and decided to buy a Silentnight memory foam one with 5cm of memory foam. Traditional (non-memory foam) mattresses cost around the same price (beds cost less than mattresses, how ridiculous!) - and maybe a few centimetres isn't the same as a Tempur mattress but it didn't cost a grand and a half either!

Keeping things in context, ours cost about the same as a decent quality standard mattress and it's way more comfortable. So much so that I don't sleep that well if I stay in hotels these days!

HOT
banned#9
Lakeside;6256170
We needed a mattress and decided to buy a Silentnight memory foam one with 5cm of memory foam. Traditional (non-memory foam) mattresses cost around the same price (beds cost less than mattresses, how ridiculous!) - and maybe a few centimetres isn't the same as a Tempur mattress but it didn't cost a grand and a half either!

Keeping things in context, ours cost about the same as a decent quality standard mattress and it's way more comfortable. So much so that I don't sleep that well if I stay in hotels these days!

HOT

why do you think this is hot? did you not see these are half price elsewhere? :thinking:

min recommended memory foam layer is 5 inches (about 15cm).
#10
I just explained why I think it is hot. Firstly personally I don't like Ebay and it isn't the junk product people like you are making out.

I also explained that while 5" might well be the recommended thickness, people generally don't spend £1,500 on a mattress. They spend this sort of amount and they are better IMO than traditional mattresses that cost the same. I'm sure it's recommended to fly to New York first class, it doesn't make economy a waste of money.
#11
csiman
why do you think this is hot? did you not see these are half price elsewhere? :thinking:

min recommended memory foam layer is 5 inches (about 15cm).
Out of interest, who is 15cm recommended by? I have a memory foam mattress that is 10cm memory + 10cm reflex and it's awesome. Personally I wouldn't buy a mattress with only 4cm foam and they can be had cheaper on eBay.
banned#12
andersh;6256617
Out of interest, who is 15cm recommended by? I have a memory foam mattress that is 10cm memory + 10cm reflex and it's awesome. Personally I wouldn't buy a mattress with only 4cm foam and they can be had cheaper on eBay.

actually 10cm is more like the optimum :thumbsup:

Properties

A memory foam mattress is usually denser than other foam mattresses. This makes it more supportive but also heavier. It is often seen as a good compromise between the comfort of a soft mattress and the supportiveness of a firm one. Memory foam mattresses often sell for more than traditional mattresses but they may last longer due to their resistance to parasites such as dust mites.[citation needed]
The property of firmness (hard to soft) of memory foam is used in determining comfort. Firmness is measured by a foam's IFD (Indentation Force Deflection) rating.
IFD measures the force (in pounds) required to make a dent 1 inch into a foam sample 15" x 15" x 4" by a 8 inch diameter (50 sq in) disc – known as IFD @ 25% compression. IFD ratings for memory foams range between super soft (IFD 10) and semi-rigid (IFD 12). Most memory foam mattresses are firm (IFD 12 to IFD 16).
Some report that IFD is a poor way to measure softness of memory foam, and that foam density as a measure of quality is more important.[citation needed] Foam density of 5 lbs per cubic foot (80 kg/m3) or greater is considered high quality, although most standard memory foam is 1-3 lbs per square inch.
Memory foam has an open cell structure that reacts to body heat and weight by 'moulding' to your body, helping relieve pressure points, preventing pressure sores, etc.
Most memory foam has the same basic chemical composition, however the density and layer thickness of the foam means different mattresses feel very different.
A high density mattress will mean it returns to position more slowly and will be firmer; a lower density will feel more like a normal foam mattress.
Very high levels such as 5.3 lbs are used infrequently in mattresses, however Tempurpedic have been known to make them.
The amount of memory foam also has an effect on the capabilities of the mattress or topper. [SIZE=5]Anything less than 2 inches will not have much of an effect, [/SIZE]whereas a 6 inch block would be too soft and dense to sleep on comfortably.
Each mattress, therefore, is a combination of its height, density, and type, each of which will have different properties.
#13
You rarely get more than 5 inches of memeory foam as any more is actually considered a waste. You only actually sleep on the top bit of the matress. Memory foam doesn't actually do much below the top 5 inches.
#14
Wikipedia says it!

About as reliable as reading something in The Sun.
banned#15
Lakeside;6257157
Wikipedia says it!

About as reliable as reading something in The Sun.

more reliable that the rubbish you keep spreading around the site! :roll:

you still didnt answer my question as to why you think its a good deal? 1inch KS topper foam on a base is hardly good value for £199

you can get 1 inch toppers for £30 but 1 inch foam is never gonna be up to the job :whistling:

5cm or less then you might as well not bother with it at all

common sense tells you that! :-D
#16
Listen Mr. csiman, my opinion differs from yours, deal with that and get on with your life :)

The OP quotes Silentnight ones on special offer, I think they are well worth the money and am talking about that. I know nothing about "1 inch KS topper foam on a base" and haven't said I do or offered an opinion. I bought a silentnight one a while and my personal view is that it was money well spent. Can you accept that and belt up now lol
banned#17
Lakeside;6257406
Listen Mr. csiman, my opinion differs from yours, deal with that and get on with your life :)

The OP quotes Silentnight ones on special offer, I think they are well worth the money and am talking about that. I know nothing about "1 inch KS topper foam on a base" and haven't said I do or offered an opinion. I bought a silentnight one a while and my personal view is that it was money well spent. Can you accept that and belt up now lol

oh dear! :whistling::p:-D

thats exactly what you bought!
#18
Best advice I can offer is get down to few furniture stores and try out something similar. Based on what I read online, I was going to get memory foam over pocket-springs. When I tired out that type of mattress in store I found they didn't gives as much support as I wanted or expected. When I tried a firm memory-foam mattress it was exactly what I was after. You can still order something similar for less online, but after doing your testing. :-D
#19
csiman
oh dear! :whistling::p:-D

thats exactly what you bought!


It isn't actually, the one I bought isn't on their website now, Mr knowitbloodyall.

I know nothing about 1" KS topper foam on a base" as I mentioned earlier. My point remains that for the same price as a traditional mattress they should be more comfortable. In my opinion. I bet you don't even have one, but don't let that stop you being the HUKD authority on every single product posted.
banned#20
Lakeside;6257855
It isn't actually, the one I bought isn't on their website now, Mr knowitbloodyall.

I know nothing about 1" KS topper foam on a base" as I mentioned earlier. My point remains that for the same price as a traditional mattress they should be more comfortable. In my opinion. I bet you don't even have one, but don't let that stop you being the HUKD authority on every single product posted.

why thank you kind sir :p:-D
#21
I have to go to see an Osteopath on a regular basis about my back and they say memory foam is very bad for you, for 2 reasons...
1) the foam only allows you to sleep in one position and changing positions mid-way through the night is difficult.
2) During sleep, the human body needs to make hundreds of micro movements as your muscles unwind. Memory foam stops this and so tension builds and blood flow is reduced.
If you really want a topper or matress get a latex foam whichis non-memory and you find its much better.
#22
csiman
its a cheap piece of reflex base foam with a 4cm memory foam topper

bit of a con really

really bad price imo as these go for half the price, new & delivered on ebay

e.g. 150364210978


That says : Memory Foam Depth: 1 inch / 2.5 cm

Jus' sayin' :p
banned#23
Shengis;6262934
That says : Memory Foam Depth: 1 inch / 2.5 cm

Jus' sayin' :p

the - but its £110 delivered for the same item that would cost £199 in this deal :thumbsup:

not deep enough so I wouldnt touch it personally.

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