Silentnight Oakleigh Memory Double or King Mattress £216.94 delivered @Argos - HotUKDeals
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The link is for the king size mattress - see below for details

King size was £779.99, then £289.99, now £240.94
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6596343.htm

Double size was £679.99, then £259.99, now £216.94
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6596305.htm

This is using BED20 (until 21st Jan) get an extra 20% off

Both include the £8.95 for delivery

Has great customer reviews

Don't forget Quidco!

-Firm feel.

-15.25 gauge continuous sprung mattress with 672 springs.

-Memory foam layer with micro quilt knit cover.

-No roll together.
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#1
reviews look ok. might take a chance and order it. Can always send it back.
#2
now king size is £289.99! :-(
#3
now king size is £289.99! :-(

use BED20 at checkout
#4
Sweet exactly what i logged on to look for, thanks!
#5
thanks just ordered a double :3
#6
Is it memory or sprung mattress?? Not very sure...
#7
damn I love this website, just this morning I was fighting with the missus that we need a new mattress
#8
I bought a top of the range Silentnight - never again! After 1 year the bed had gone, dips, bumps & you could feel the springs. We hung onto it for another year by buying a 2" memory foam topper but I'd never buy anything by Silentnight, Sealy (same company now) etc. again as they are now rubbish. Have a 25yr old Sealy in the spare room (used for many years as main bed) & it's better than the 1 year old Silentnight was.

There's no mention of the depth/quality of memory foam - hope that it's at least 2" & good quality as otherwise you'll all start aching in a short time.

Edited By: bargain4me on Jan 14, 2011 05:44
#9
cheers was thinking of getting a new one
#10
Silentnight are dire quality. I would be surprised if anyone was pleased with is after two years. Sorry.
#11
Can you have intercourse on it?
#12
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?


Not in the description or mentioned in the reviews for that matter. You could always just buy one and if you find out you can't, send it back.
#13
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?


Careful, you might invalidate the guarantee.
#14
Thanks OP
Don't forget Quidco and if you have an Argos card (like me!) you can get 12 months BNPL (interest free if paid in full after the 12 months are up) or 24 months interest free £10ish each month!
#15
#16
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?

Not in the description or mentioned in the reviews for that matter. You could always just buy one and if you find out you can't, send it back

haha X)


My dads very kindly ordered me one, so i'm going to see what it's like and if it is bad like a few people say then i will send it back
#17
Silentnight no longer make quality mattresses, you'll be lucky if it lasts 12months and 1 day.
#18
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?


Yes, and because it's memory foam it will remember every position too, fab!

If you want a decent bed that will actually stay comfortable buy a Sealy or Sleepeezee, I've had both and they were great.
#19
Had mine for 2 years , worst purchase ever. The sides have collapsed and the bed is lumpy, as another person commented. Never again will i buy a silentnight mattress the quality has fallen compared to what it was. It was a really comfy bed to start with but it deteriates very fast. Buyers beware.
banned#20
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?

Only really suitable for hand shandies, i.e. one person. Two will wear it out too quickly.
#21
I must agree, bought a Silentnight mattress and it only lasted a year. Soon after that it became v uncomfortable, springs were popping out & felt lumpy as hell!
#22
j4yesh
Can you have intercourse on it?[/quotIf you're nit eb=even getting any on a mattress you might as well
[quote=j4yesh]Can you have intercourse on it?


I assume you mean conversational intercourse. if you're not even getting the other kind on a mattress you might as well give up
#23
Well after reading everyone's opinion on Silent Night matresses, I think this deal is cold!!!
#24
I agree with the negative comments stay away from silentnight we bought a layzee bed and lasted 3 months found out there silentnight, replacement came lasted 1 week without no hanky panky so to speak in process of changing the entire bed now with argos cause they wont give money back

Also same thing happened 5 years ago got silentnight matress changed twice, base twice, pickup guy frpm silentnight said dont tell me from argos, i said yeah why, answer silentnight only half fill the mattresses hence they sell them cheaper, thats why 2nd mattress direct from silentnight lasted longet, hence the base couldnt cope with filled mattress i bet they use cheaper frames as well.

So its eithet airsprung brand or sommat else, but not silentnight or sealy, i know theres another brand under the silentnight group but might be ok fingers crossed
#25
u dont really think a product really cost £700 is now £280? there either making an incredible loss or still making a descent profit.....suckers...lol
#26
the best brand of mattresses imo.
#27
What I was told is that of the 3 silentnight group companies, one is budget, one is premium & third is in the middle - may be worth popping in to a bed shop, get the inside story, try a few out, then decide.

When I was looking for memory foam (not spring/foam mix), a guy on here very kindly gave tips - generally for a permanent use make sure you get 4" of proper memory foam (likely to make the overall depth 9" or 10") and also look at density - you will find as low as 40-50kg/cubic metre described as memory foam - really below 65kg isn't good (and if they don't state density, don't buy). I got a 10", 6"/4" split with 75kg density in the memory layer off ebay for less than this a few years ago (inc a hefty, but fair, NI postage surcharge). You may want to search for highland on ebay - (if they are still there) this is a type or brand, rather than a seller (there were 2 sellers when I last looked).
#28
jnm21
What I was told is that of the 3 silentnight group companies, one is budget, one is premium & third is in the middle - may be worth popping in to a bed shop, get the inside story, try a few out, then decide.

When I was looking for memory foam (not spring/foam mix), a guy on here very kindly gave tips - generally for a permanent use make sure you get 4" of proper memory foam (likely to make the overall depth 9" or 10") and also look at density - you will find as low as 40-50kg/cubic metre described as memory foam - really below 65kg isn't good (and if they don't state density, don't buy). I got a 10", 6"/4" split with 75kg density in the memory layer off ebay for less than this a few years ago (inc a hefty, but fair, NI postage surcharge). You may want to search for highland on ebay - (if they are still there) this is a type or brand, rather than a seller (there were 2 sellers when I last looked).


Brilliant advice, cheers!
#29
shuwaz
the best brand of mattresses imo.


errrrrrrr
#30
shuwaz
the best brand of mattresses imo.


Lol.

Take a look at La Romantica, that's what we have, very comfy and very well made.



Edited By: simate on Jan 14, 2011 14:48
#31
jonnysad


Thats useless then, you need at least 2" for it to be worth it :(
#32
Use the memoryfoamwarehouse! 10 year guarantee on the Outlast mattresses. Excellent delivery service and competitive prices. Bliney I sound like an agent. Silentnight r crap
#33
Methinks some of the above comments are a bit of a joke. "Silentnight aren't what they used to be.....Silentnight make Snoozy which is rubbish so this must be a rubbish mattress too.......This is Silentnight and I bought a Snoozeezee which is half cousin to a Silentnight's big sister and it wasn't comfy after eleven months so this must be rubbish..... ".

The Argos site has 18 reviews on this exact mattress and all give 5 stars. If a product this price is poor people don''t hesitate to give bad reviews. This is a good deal.

Edited By: Black Mac on Jan 14, 2011 21:19
2 Likes #34
Steve-O 2008
jonnysad


Thats useless then, you need at least 2" for it to be worth it :(


that's the first thing my wife said to me on our wedding night
#35
Black Mac
Methinks some of the above comments are a bit of a joke. "Silentnight aren't what they used to be.....Silentnight make Snoozy which is rubbish so this must be a rubbish mattress too.......This is Silentnight and I bought a Snoozeezee which is half cousin to a Silentnight's big sister and it wasn't comfy after eleven months so this must be rubbish..... ".

The Argos site has 18 reviews on this exact mattress and all give 5 stars. If a product this price is poor people don''t hesitate to give bad reviews. This is a good deal.


But how many of these people wrote a review soon after buying the mattress? I think that the Silentnight mattresses tend to degrade by one year of use ...
1 Like #36
I agree yourdavyness. IF I had written a review in the 1st 3 months after buying I would have given it 5 stars. BUT one year old & it's a load of cr.p!
For a product to become so bad it's unsleepable in after just 1 year is dreadful. We bought top of the range but still got cr.p! Had we not bought a 2" 65kg memory foam topper to extend the life we'd have thrown it out after 1 year.
#37
jnm21
What I was told is that of the 3 silentnight group companies, one is budget, one is premium & third is in the middle - may be worth popping in to a bed shop, get the inside story, try a few out, then decide.

When I was looking for memory foam (not spring/foam mix), a guy on here very kindly gave tips - generally for a permanent use make sure you get 4" of proper memory foam (likely to make the overall depth 9" or 10") and also look at density - you will find as low as 40-50kg/cubic metre described as memory foam - really below 65kg isn't good (and if they don't state density, don't buy). I got a 10", 6"/4" split with 75kg density in the memory layer off ebay for less than this a few years ago (inc a hefty, but fair, NI postage surcharge). You may want to search for highland on ebay - (if they are still there) this is a type or brand, rather than a seller (there were 2 sellers when I last looked).


I was gonna purchase this mattress, but the above comments have helped me decide against making any hasty purchases - which is a shame cos I need a memory foam mattress and FAST!

Edited By: emmacowley on Jan 16, 2011 15:52
#38
Don't forget that Silentnight tend to change their bed names/specs every 6/12 months or so. Same as that rip off Dreams own name beds. Maybe this is why they get decent reviews on places like Argos too as the model you originally bought & would LOVE to give a bad review to has now been discontinued?

How long would you expect a top of the range bed to last - 10years or more? Even 5 years would be far more preferable to ONE!

As I said I have a 25yr old Sealy (made BEFORE Silentnight took over the brand) and it's still far more comfortable & had 10 times the use of the rubbish Silentnight. I was hoping to get what I paid for but unfortunately that was far from my expectations.
#39
According to silentnights website you get a 5 year guarantee with them
#40
dinkii
According to silentnights website you get a 5 year guarantee with them


Not quite a true 5 year guarantee....

http://www.silentnight.co.uk/guarantee

"Because you have been discerning in choosing Silentnight Beds, we wish to express our appreciation by offering you the security of the very best in terms of product guarantee.

Consequently, if you have purchased a mattress or divan set (a matching base and mattress), in the unlikely event that a problem should arise due to faulty material or poor workmanship, during the first 12 months from the date of purchase we promise to repair or replace any part, or all of the product that is defective completely free of charge.

During the period 12-24 months, replacements will be free of charge but will attract a contribution to the transport costs. In subsequent years, a sliding scale of charges is payable by the consumer based on usage plus transport costs as follows:

2-3 years 40% of current retail price
3-4 years 60% of current retail price
4-5 years 80% of current retail price

Any claim under this guarantee must be made through the retailer from whom the bed was purchased. Please ensure you retain your receipt as proof of purchase. Any claim must be made no later than 5 years from the date of purchase.

This guarantee applies to goods purchased from an authorised retailer of Silentnight products within the UK and Northern Ireland and, in all instances, applies to product only where it has been used and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions. Please ensure that you read and comply with the Warranty Conditions and Care Instructions found in the Care Leaflet that was supplied with your mattress.

This Guarantee does not affect your statutory rights."

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