Sealy Windermere Pocket Sprung & Memory Foam Kingsize mattress £574.75 (less 20% quidco = £459.80) - HotUKDeals
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Sealy Windermere Pocket Sprung & Memory Foam Kingsize mattress £574.75 (less 20% quidco = £459.80)

£459.80 @ Testing
Use voucher kdb01 for this deal. Obviously this deal will not be for everyone. Some people seem to like buying cheap mattresses and find they have to replace them every couple of years. This ma… Read More
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Use voucher kdb01 for this deal.

Obviously this deal will not be for everyone. Some people seem to like buying cheap mattresses and find they have to replace them every couple of years. This mattress is in another league for support and comfort of any other mattress I have ever slept on and with sealys reputation for quality should last a long long time.

Just got this from KD Beds, took about 3 weeks for delivery. This is a fantastic mattress that will last you for years. Quidco tracked and paid within 2 weeks. Delivery is included. I don't normally include quidco in the prices of my deals but obviously its really the quidco that makes this deal the best in the UK for this mattress.


Windermere Mattress

The new model from the innovative Posturepocket collection. The ultimate in our collection the pillow topped Windermere contains a sumptuous layer of Sealy's unique memory foam. Each spring is encased in its own fabric nested pocket, moving independently to perfectly follow the contours of your body. The resulting smooth, even surface ensures a great nights sleep, each night and every night.

* Luxury Medium Support feel

Its Made for Sleep. Its a Sealy.

With its three-part Comfort Support System, Sealy Posturepedic® sets the standard for restful sleep and long-lasting comfort. Originally designed in conjunction with orthopedic surgeons, its the only innerspring mattress backed by the #1 selling brand in the bedding industry.
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#1
Can't find a photo that shows how deep this mattress is, gotta be over a foot with the pillow top.

http://www.bedtrader.co.uk/files/t_21174.jpg
#2
Beware... don't use a voucher code if you want quidco cashback! I used one and couldn't get my cashback.

The quidco KD Beds page now also states that if you use voucher code, you won't get cashback...
#3
chuichi
Beware... don't use a voucher code if you want quidco cashback! I used one and couldn't get my cashback.

The quidco KD Beds page now also states that if you use voucher code, you won't get cashback...


Damn, we were lucky then I guess
#6
I hate to be the one to tell you this, but you may be in for a shock if you want it to last many years. This applies to all of the Silentnight group which includes Sealy.
#7
Tim Deegan
I hate to be the one to tell you this, but you may be in for a shock if you want it to last many years. This applies to all of the Silentnight group which includes Sealy.


+1

Still, a nice mattress. :thumbsup:
#8
ClarityofMind
+1

Still, a nice mattress. :thumbsup:


Have you got one?

If so how long have you had it?
#9
Tim Deegan
I hate to be the one to tell you this, but you may be in for a shock if you want it to last many years. This applies to all of the Silentnight group which includes Sealy.


Sealy make great matresses, especially the upper range like this with pocket springs. The cheap range that they sell through argos and tesco direct etc then yeah fair enough but not these:thumbsup:

My mother has had a Sealy pocket sprung matress for nearly 9 years and its as good as the day they got it.

BTW never had as good sleep as am now having on this, the support is amazing
#10
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Sealy make great matresses, especially the upper range like this with pocket springs. The cheap range that they sell through argos and tesco direct etc then yeah fair enough but not these:thumbsup:

My mother has had a Sealy pocket sprung matress for nearly 9 years and its as good as the day they got it.

BTW never had as good sleep as am now having on this, the support is amazing


Sealy used to make good mattresses, and your mother probably has one that was made when they were good. However, since they were taken over by the Silentnight group they have lowered the quality, probably in order to cut production costs. The problem isn't with comfort when they are new, it's with reliability.

I'd really love to know who told you that they make great mattresses, was it someone who was selling them by any chance?
#11
Tim Deegan
Sealy used to make good mattresses, and your mother probably has one that was made when they were good. However, since they were taken over by the Silentnight group they have lowered the quality, probably in order to cut production costs. The problem isn't with comfort when they are new, it's with reliability.

I'd really love to know who told you that they make great mattresses, was it someone who was selling them by any chance?


I went off recommendations from friends that have them, I still think what you say is true of the divan packages etc that the argos et al make up silly RRP's for but just because a company makes budget products for mass market does not mean they don't make decent stuff too. I'll let you know in a few years how I'm getting on with it:w00t:
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I went off recommendations from friends that have them, I still think what you say is true of the divan packages etc that the argos et al make up silly RRP's for but just because a company makes budget products for mass market does not mean they don't make decent stuff too. I'll let you know in a few years how I'm getting on with it:w00t:


Believe me, I'm in the trade, and I refuse to sell any product in the Silentnight group. This includes Silentnight (obviously), Sealy, Rest Assured, Layezee, and The Pocket Sprung Bed Company. The most unreliable thing seems to be the Miracoil continuous spring system (also known as Posturetech by Sealy), but the unreliability problem seems to effect the whole range.

I just hope you are lucky with yours.
#13
Tim Deegan
Believe me, I'm in the trade, and I refuse to sell any product in the Silentnight group. This includes Silentnight (obviously), Sealy, Rest Assured, Layezee, and The Pocket Sprung Bed Company. The most unreliable thing seems to be the Miracoil continuous spring system (also known as Posturetech by Sealy), but the unreliability problem seems to effect the whole range.

I just hope you are lucky with yours.


I had heard poor things about the continuous sprung ones which is why I went for the pocket sprung, though the memory foam pillowtop is that thick I am not sure how much work the pocket springs are actually doing.
#14
Adidas Addict
I had heard poor things about the continuous sprung ones which is why I went for the pocket sprung, though the memory foam pillowtop is that thick I am not sure how much work the pocket springs are actually doing.


The memory foam is only there to mould to your body providing even support, without pressure points. All the bounce and the firmness comes from the springs underneath. However you are right, the memory foam will help to protect the springs slightly.
#15
Tim Deegan
Believe me, I'm in the trade, and I refuse to sell any product in the Silentnight group. This includes Silentnight (obviously), Sealy, Rest Assured, Layezee, and The Pocket Sprung Bed Company. The most unreliable thing seems to be the Miracoil continuous spring system (also known as Posturetech by Sealy), but the unreliability problem seems to effect the whole range.

I just hope you are lucky with yours.


This might be a bit out of date now to expect a reply, but just in case...

I've been considering a Millbrook - any opinions or any other recommendations? Great advice so far and much appreciated.
#16
madrugada
This might be a bit out of date now to expect a reply, but just in case...

I've been considering a Millbrook - any opinions or any other recommendations? Great advice so far and much appreciated.


Millbrook are a good brand compared to many of the other big brand names. But I would still go for smaller independent manufacturers if I were you. In general they still make them by hand, and don't seem to be cutting quality in order to save on production costs in the same way that many of the big brands do.
#17
Tim Deegan
Millbrook are a good brand compared to many of the other big brand names. But I would still go for smaller independent manufacturers if I were you. In general they still make them by hand, and don't seem to be cutting quality in order to save on production costs in the same way that many of the big brands do.


I'll do that. Many thanks.
#18
>But I would still go for smaller independent manufacturers if I were you
Any recommendations?

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