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Memory foam mattress topper from £19.99 @ pound stretcher

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I bought one of these from dunelm earlier this year for nearly £100 for a double so think this is a good deal. Only double and king in stock online but they should have these instore too.

1. Unique Topper Offers The Advantage Of Memory Foam Technology For Continual Restful Sleep
2. Responds To Your Body Temperature
3. Designed To Keep Your Spine Straight

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    haq
    haq3 years, 5 months ago #1Show comment tools Reply
    bargan

    bought that for £45
    BadBeatDuke
    robot1000
    Less then an inch of memory foam. If you want true comfort, I recommend spending a bit more and going for a memory foam mattress which can be bought for around £80
    Poppydog
    Query:

    Is 'Memory Foam' a specific brand or can anyone put the name on product?
    So, basically is the quality consistent with the name?

    Are they all (only) 2.5cm thick or is this just a cheap version?

    Thanks
    robot1000
    Poppydog
    Query:

    Is 'Memory Foam' a specific brand or can anyone put the name on product?
    So, basically is the quality consistent with the name?

    Are they all (only) 2.5cm thick or is this just a cheap version?

    Thanks


    Memory foam is the name of the material used, so anyone can put a brand on the product.

    Memory foam can be of different density (quality), so if your best best is to look around online to see which density is right for you.

    Memory foam toppers are only as good as the bed it rests on. If you're mattress is saggy then, it will not help much.

    3 inch memory foam topper is the idea thickness but would cost around £40-£50 and if you were to get a mattress it would be an extra £40 on top of that
    Poppydog
    Thanks Robot1000,
    I'd rather spend the extra then.
    jonny619447
    robot10001 person likes this
    Less then an inch of memory foam. If you want true comfort, I recommend spending a bit more and going for a memory foam mattress which can be bought for around £80


    A bit more? I would say 4 times more is more then a bit!
    tfish
    robot10001 person likes this
    Less then an inch of memory foam. If you want true comfort, I recommend spending a bit more and going for a memory foam mattress which can be bought for around £80


    Memory Foam mattress are too soft for most people, this is idea to top my firm mattress off, cheers OP
    sharonm
    The actual mattresses (as opposed to the toppers) can be bought as soft, medium or firm so you can chose which you would like. I bought one for the spare room bed which I have been told is comfortable and my son thinks his is a bit too firm (but seems to sleep okay!). I plan on getting memory foam when I replace my mattress
    technomouse
    doesn't say what density they are. 40kg/meter is the recomended
    jsoap
    technomouse
    doesn't say what density they are. 40kg/meter is the recomended


    40kg/m3 would be the lowest, softest and least hard wearing. The other end of the range is 75kg/m3 which will be firmer and more hard wearing. If they don't state the density then it will be the cheapest ie 40kg, which may still be ok for occasional use. THe lower denisty stuff will roll up more easily also.
    csiman
    1 inch foam is a complete waste of money

    cant believe the OP spent £100 on a 1 inch topper oO

    my 10 inch King size mattress (3 inch memory foam / 70kg/m3) only cost £140 delivered!

    Edited By: csiman on Oct 22, 2010 13:11: re
    BadBeatDuke
    csiman
    1 inch foam is a complete waste of money

    cant believe the OP spent £100 on a 1 inch topper oO

    my 10 inch King size mattress (3 inch memory foam / 70kg/m3) only cost £140 delivered!


    who said the one i bought was only 1 inch thick. This is the one i bought http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/value-memory-foam-mattress-topper-47458
    jonny619447
    BadBeatDuke
    csiman
    1 inch foam is a complete waste of money

    cant believe the OP spent £100 on a 1 inch topper oO

    my 10 inch King size mattress (3 inch memory foam / 70kg/m3) only cost £140 delivered!


    who said the one i bought was only 1 inch thick. This is the one i bought http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/value-memory-foam-mattress-topper-47458


    You did in your description... "I bought one of these from dunelm earlier this year for nearly £100 for a double". If you bought one of "these" then you would have bought a topper that is just 1 inch thick :)
    csiman
    jonny619447
    BadBeatDuke
    csiman
    1 inch foam is a complete waste of money

    cant believe the OP spent £100 on a 1 inch topper oO

    my 10 inch King size mattress (3 inch memory foam / 70kg/m3) only cost £140 delivered!


    who said the one i bought was only 1 inch thick. This is the one i bought http://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/value-memory-foam-mattress-topper-47458


    You did in your description... "I bought one of these from dunelm earlier this year for nearly £100 for a double". If you bought one of "these" then you would have bought a topper that is just 1 inch thick :)

    exactly! oO :D
    BadBeatDuke
    The title says "Memory foam mattress topper" then i said i bought one of these which in turn means i bought a memory foam mattress topper, wheather it be 1 inch thick or 12 inch thick.

    :p
    csiman
    BadBeatDuke
    The title says "Memory foam mattress topper" then i said i bought one of these which in turn means i bought a memory foam mattress topper, wheather it be 1 inch thick or 12 inch thick.

    :p

    even so, £99.99 for a 2inch topper is very expensive imho :p
    jonny619447
    BadBeatDuke
    The title says "Memory foam mattress topper" then i said i bought one of these which in turn means i bought a memory foam mattress topper, wheather it be 1 inch thick or 12 inch thick.

    :p


    I cant believe I'm wasting my time on this but you are wrong, lol.

    You said
    "I bought one of these from dunelm earlier this year for nearly £100 for a double so think this is a good deal"

    You are relating your earlier experience of paying £100 with this deal by selling the notion that this must be a good deal if you paid £100 for it earlier in the year

    I win :)
    BadBeatDuke
    jonny619447
    [quote=BadBeatDuke] The title says "Memory foam mattress topper" then i said i bought one of these which in turn means i bought a memory foam mattress topper, wheather it be 1 inch thick or 12 inch thick.

    :p


    jesus are you still going on. ok you dont think its a good deal but I do so why are you still talkng about it. oh and yes I did buy one of these from dunelm as there BOTH mattress toppers. Get out more it'll do you good!







    Edited By: BadBeatDuke on Oct 23, 2010 16:39: .
    jonny619447
    BadBeatDuke
    jonny619447
    [quote=BadBeatDuke] The title says "Memory foam mattress topper" then i said i bought one of these which in turn means i bought a memory foam mattress topper, wheather it be 1 inch thick or 12 inch thick.

    :p


    jesus are you still going on. ok you dont think its a good deal but I do so why are you still talkng about it. oh and yes I did buy one of these from dunelm as there BOTH mattress toppers. Get out more it'll do you good!








    I am not the one trying to justify buying a matress topper for £100.Personally this is a good deal, but then again I'm not the berk that spent £100 on one.

    And I'm not going on, your the one trying to act like a smart alec. Idiot

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