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Silentnight 7-Zone Memory Foam Mattress, Double £140.00 @ Amazon

£140.00 @ Amazon
Quality memory foam mattress with miratex 7 zoned support system Contains a layer of body moulding memory foam Generous 20cm depth Miratex foam absorbs movement from both you and your partner so yo… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Quality memory foam mattress with miratex 7 zoned support system
Contains a layer of body moulding memory foam
Generous 20cm depth
Miratex foam absorbs movement from both you and your partner so you do not roll together
Pressure relieving
Luxury soft touch quilted knit cover for extra comfort and luxury
Supports you to the very edge of the mattress with no roll-off, meaning more sleep space

Silentnight 7-Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress, King, 150 x 200 cm @£150 - not been this price all year.
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Never understood the voting here.
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Had one of these years ago and was worried sick about fetching girls back, while the wife was on holiday, in case it grassed me up!oO
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I have a relatively expensive (well it was to me) Sealey Pocket Memory foam mattress and I recently got a bad cold, sweated loads and now it looks like I **** the bed heheh (my wallet is crying). I will be replacing the mattress with a non memory foam mattress in the new year. The foam draws in moisture, and it can be uncomfortably warm in the summer. Was a mistake to buy a memory foam based mattress, I think it's over rated.
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stepea
so what's the difference between 7 zone and 3 zone ?

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#1
These are nice. Got one on my bed :D
#2
Been waiting for a price drop on this as normally £170+, voted hot
2 Likes #3
Have the 3 zone one, love it but be warned if you like being cool in bed then these are not for you as they retain heat like you wouldn't believe.
2 Likes #4
Nice find op, managed to get it for £135 using the MasterCard code PRICELES5 - £5 off when paying using a MasterCard
#5
Any deals on bed frames? :D
1 Like #6
Agree with the heat thing, sent one back to Argos, I like being warm in bed but memory foam is a whole new level, thankfully kept our old mattress.
2 Likes #7
For the heat just put on another quilted mattress protector and a fitted sheet and Bob's your uncle, sorted. I've got the 3-zone one and wouldn't change it. Soooooo comfy. I'm 6' 2" and 15st by the way and it supports me and my bad back. 8)
Good price.
3 Likes #8
I'm using one of these and a fitted sheet from Lidls ( Egyptian cotton ). http://www.amazon.co.uk/Silentnight-Luxury-Quilted-Mattress-Protector/dp/B001AGMV6Y/ref=pd_bxgy_kh_text_y. Order it with your mattress. 8)
#9
For some reason the 3-zone is more expensive at the moment. Maybe it's because it's a Which Best Buy. 8)
#10
Great price, the cheapest it has been I believe.
1 Like #11
wish it was euro double
#12
rodman
wish it was euro double

They do the euro double for a similar price too.
Picked mine up when I posted it about 5 months ago.
35 Likes #13
Had one of these years ago and was worried sick about fetching girls back, while the wife was on holiday, in case it grassed me up!oO
#14
Great find
Ordered :)
#15
ether707
Any deals on bed frames? :D

Get some pallets. Paint them up. They look brilliant.
#16
Seems misleading as specs say 20cm thick but at bottom of description it says 14cm (on the mobile site anyway).

Also how thick "a layer" of memory foam are you getting? To be honest, I'd rather stick with the no name, cheaper ones off eBay where it states clearly what I'm getting.
#17
Not sure whether to get this or spend big and get a Tempur, suggestions?
#18
Hot for price but I'm really not sure about memory foam mattresses - look into what they're made of before you buy.

Edited By: heathergreen1 on Dec 29, 2014 08:11
1 Like #19
It retains heat like mad, i am laying on it and it feels as though my backs burning allmost.

The suggestion about the protector with fitted sheet is good one.

I paid 160 year and half a go.

Its rolled up, best thing would be to unroll on the bed its going on.
#20
willww
Not sure whether to get this or spend big and get a Tempur, suggestions?


As I said earlier, both myself and family have had a good few off eBay with no issues (e.g. like the overheating many have stated) as long the item states clearly what you're getting.

Foam matresses are not like TVs or washing machines and only cost a few quid to manufacture.

Check out eBay item 110730971608 as an example.
#21
A good deal. Ordered for £135
#22
Ooof shame it's over 300 for super king.
#23
Memory foam rocks, but it ruins your sleep when you're on holiday!
#24
This is cheap crappy foam mattress with a sliver of memory foam on top...
Tried one out a while back, not impressed at all, but it is cheap.
#25
The deal is the king price, never reduces to near this. Heat.
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It's good for the price, we've had one a year and a half. You stay warm in the winter as it insulates well, a wee bit too warm in the summer. If you have a bad back look for something more firm.

For the price this is excellent, heat added!
1 Like #27
YamYam
Seems misleading as specs say 20cm thick but at bottom of description it says 14cm (on the mobile site anyway).

Also how thick "a layer" of memory foam are you getting? To be honest, I'd rather stick with the no name, cheaper ones off eBay where it states clearly what I'm getting.

It's not misleading mate... You have to scroll to the right once at the bottom of the description page where it shows 14cm thick... Basically at the bottom of that page it shows 3 or 4 mattresses and the differences between them... The last one on the right is the 7 zone 20cm thick one.

Edited By: Umillion on Dec 29, 2014 09:23
#28
Oh by the way have some heat OP... Nice find!
1 Like #29
was thinking about this but then i see that it only has 25mm just over an inch of memory foam be better off keeping our 3 inch thick memory foam topper, not saying this is a bad deal or a bad mattress but 25mm of foam seems a bit low to me.
specs here
http://www.mattressonline.co.uk/Product/Silentnight-Memory-7-Zone-Mattress-P1163
#30
Ordered! Heat from me!
1 Like #31
The Single and King are also on offer:

Single £115 - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008I1E2M0
Double £140 - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008I1E2OS
King £155 - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008I1E374

Also don't forget to use a Mastercard if you have one with the code PRICELES5 for an additional £5 off.

Edited By: Gormond on Dec 29, 2014 09:38
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#33
Anyone know if this can be returned if I dont like it?
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masai
Anyone know if this can be returned if I dont like it?

Not a chance. They are delivered rolled up in a vacuum pack.
#35
davester2k
masai
Anyone know if this can be returned if I dont like it?

Not a chance. They are delivered rolled up in a vacuum pack.

One of the reviews said Amazon took the return even after the mattress was opened and tested.
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I have a relatively expensive (well it was to me) Sealey Pocket Memory foam mattress and I recently got a bad cold, sweated loads and now it looks like I **** the bed heheh (my wallet is crying). I will be replacing the mattress with a non memory foam mattress in the new year. The foam draws in moisture, and it can be uncomfortably warm in the summer. Was a mistake to buy a memory foam based mattress, I think it's over rated.
#37
Is £115 a good price for the single?
#38
teabag36
was thinking about this but then i see that it only has 25mm just over an inch of memory foam be better off keeping our 3 inch thick memory foam topper, not saying this is a bad deal or a bad mattress but 25mm of foam seems a bit low to me.
specs here
http://www.mattressonline.co.uk/Product/Silentnight-Memory-7-Zone-Mattress-P1163

So true! I had a look at the 3 zone version and that had 30mm memory foam thickness... No wonder its 'Which - Best Buy' product and the 7 zone one is not.
#39
Is £115 a good price for the single?
#40
Had this and sent it back to Amazon after a few months ....terrible mattress.

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