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Up to half price on Ergoflex memory foam mattresses

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banned5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Just ordered a kingsize memory foam mattress reduced from £899 to £449, delivery is next working day.

Ive read many reviews and they seem to be very very good, as good as Tempur mattresses at £1499!
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#1
I'll probably get shot down for this comment, but I bought a memory foam mattress for my son's room from Ebay for a fraction of this price and it's as good as my far more expensive memory foam mattress that we use. As long as the density of the foam and thickness of memory foam layer is comparable then I don't personally believe you'd be able to tell the difference between this and one from the multitude of Ebay sellers for about half this price.
#2
agreed
we bought also from ebay £150 ish delivered . THe make was HIGHLAND
Hope this helps and recomended top class
Pete
#3
I dont know about ergoflex, but the cheap version bought on e bay is a rip off. after a year these start sinking exactly where me and my husband sleep.now my king size mattress has two visco hammock. cheap memory foam has low density as a result they are good initially but start loosing there shape after a while and never reform their shape.
#4
Delivery is also not free, at least £29.99 for most of uk,

Don't buy junk matresses on ebay, they are cheap for a reason, low density foam and poor quality in comparison.

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 29, 2010 10:22
#5
Spend your money on a good quality conventional mattress.
#6
Inactive
Spend your money on a good quality conventional mattress.


Your opinion on memory foam vs conventional matress is completely irrelevent, but thanks for your valued input! lol
#7
I bought a cheap one and it has now sunk in the area that I sleep. These ErgoFlex ones appear to have really good rating. still expensive though.
#8
these are as good as Tempur. I have tried both and the ergo flex is exactly the same. However they are always on sale but still hot compared to tempur
#9
Why the hell is this cold? :|

VOTED HOT!

People are voting with no experience on the subject!
Ergoflex seem to have a half price sale fairly regularly, making their normal great value even better.

I bought an Ergoflex a few years ago. I've still got it. And it is as good as the day I bought it.
Very high quality! I have back problems, and I'd definitely recommend them. Search for reviews on Google.

They are as good as Tempur, but a fraction of the price!

Get one, then go to your local Tempur stockist to see for yourself.
#10
justintrouble
Why the hell is this cold? :|

VOTED HOT!

People are voting with no experience on the subject!

Ergoflex seem to have a half price sale fairly regularly, making their normal great value even better.

I bought an Ergoflex a few years ago. I've still got it. And it is as good as the day I bought it.
Very high quality! I have back problems, and I'd definitely recommend them. Search for reviews on Google.

They are as good as Tempur, but a fraction of the price!

I bought the pillows too. They actually stop me snoring!

Get one, then go to your local Tempur stockist to see for yourself.
#11
Do they sell pillows?
#12
sharkmark
I'll probably get shot down for this comment, but I bought a memory foam mattress for my son's room from Ebay for a fraction of this price and it's as good as my far more expensive memory foam mattress that we use. As long as the density of the foam and thickness of memory foam layer is comparable then I don't personally believe you'd be able to tell the difference between this and one from the multitude of Ebay sellers for about half this price.
peterdarlison
agreed
we bought also from ebay £150 ish delivered . THe make was HIGHLAND
Hope this helps and recomended top class
Pete



I am also thinking of buying a cheap mattress on Ebay: could you please tell me how long have you been using yours ?
#13
weswart
I am also thinking of buying a cheap mattress on Ebay: could you please tell me how long have you been using yours ?


IMHO I wouldn't risk buying one from eBay.

A good night's sleep is worth paying a little extra for (not Tempur's prices with Ergoflex around though).
#14
britespark007
Do they sell pillows?


They did when I bought my Ergoflex.
I remember they weren't browsable on the web site, but were offered during the checkout stage.
#15
I think the reviews speak for themselves...
http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews142477.html
#16
britespark007: I found them for you (it is part of the checkout).

http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/images/pillow.jpg

Dimensions: 65cm x 45cm
Weight per pillow: 2.2kg
Rating: Soft outer feel with HD Firm inner filling.

These fabulous traditional shape pillows are currently available to existing customers at a discount of 50%. The pillows have the same removable, washable outer cover as the Ergoflex mattress and are designed to fit inside a standard size pillow case. The pillow composition comprises a 2cm outer layer of Ergo Flex 'soft touch' memory foam with a high density inner filling of visco elastic micro-fill. The pillows are fantastic quality, and whilst soft to touch, provide a firm, high density visco elastic base to support and rest your head and neck.

RRP £140 per pair
SALE PRICE £70 per pair
**Save 50% - includes Free Delivery (pillows only)**

Edited By: justintrouble on Dec 29, 2010 12:08
#17
weswart
sharkmark
I'll probably get shot down for this comment, but I bought a memory foam mattress for my son's room from Ebay for a fraction of this price and it's as good as my far more expensive memory foam mattress that we use. As long as the density of the foam and thickness of memory foam layer is comparable then I don't personally believe you'd be able to tell the difference between this and one from the multitude of Ebay sellers for about half this price.
peterdarlison
agreed
we bought also from ebay £150 ish delivered . THe make was HIGHLAND
Hope this helps and recomended top class
Pete



I am also thinking of buying a cheap mattress on Ebay: could you please tell me how long have you been using yours ?

Had mine over 3 years now and daughter bought same make about a year ago.
Neither had any problems although i would say they are med to firm and 65kg per m2.
They are made by a firm called Highland and are an acquired taste in the fact that if you sleep in the same place all night then no probs but if you toss and turn like me it takes a while to move over cus you are held in position lol.
But i wouldn't change it for the world!!!
I might add if one of u turns and the other doesn't then you don't always disturb the one that doesn't if you get me.
Pete
#18
justintrouble
britespark007: I found them for you (it is part of the checkout).

http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/images/pillow.jpg

Dimensions: 65cm x 45cm
Weight per pillow: 2.2kg
Rating: Soft outer feel with HD Firm inner filling.

These fabulous traditional shape pillows are currently available to existing customers at a discount of 50%. The pillows have the same removable, washable outer cover as the Ergoflex mattress and are designed to fit inside a standard size pillow case. The pillow composition comprises a 2cm outer layer of Ergo Flex 'soft touch' memory foam with a high density inner filling of visco elastic micro-fill. The pillows are fantastic quality, and whilst soft to touch, provide a firm, high density visco elastic base to support and rest your head and neck.

RRP £140 per pair
SALE PRICE £70 per pair
**Save 50% - includes Free Delivery (pillows only)**

Thank you
#19
How can they have a RRP higher than the price they sell them at. They're the manufacturer arent they?
#20
weswart
sharkmark
I'll probably get shot down for this comment, but I bought a memory foam mattress for my son's room from Ebay for a fraction of this price and it's as good as my far more expensive memory foam mattress that we use. As long as the density of the foam and thickness of memory foam layer is comparable then I don't personally believe you'd be able to tell the difference between this and one from the multitude of Ebay sellers for about half this price.
peterdarlison
agreed
we bought also from ebay £150 ish delivered . THe make was HIGHLAND
Hope this helps and recomended top class
Pete



I am also thinking of buying a cheap mattress on Ebay: could you please tell me how long have you been using yours ?


Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front. The main differences between the Ebay mattress and the ergoflex was that the memory foam layer was same density but wasn't as deep (e.g. ergoflex one is 9cm deep - mine was 6cm deep) but the price was half that being quoted - thus it's upto you really as to whether you think the extra 3cm is worth twice the price. I had mine delivered next day and no problems whatsoever - seller was "allextras1" but there are plenty to choose from.

I really wonder why people are so anti-ebay sellers (especially without knowledge of buying from them personally)
#21
hurdy
How can they have a RRP higher than the price they sell them at. They're the manufacturer arent they?


Yes I also thought that - rather daft and classic 'Amazon' style selling tactics
#22
sharkmark
Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front.


Errrrr, why on earth do you turn your mattress?

Proper memory foam mattresses should never be turned! They have different foam on the top side and the bottom side!

If I turn my Ergoflex it is instantly obvious that it is upside down. I guess it might be the quality of your eBay purchased mattress and you can't tell top from bottom :p

http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/memoryfoamfaqs/597/Do+I+ever+have+to+turn+an+Ergoflex+memory+foam+mattress%3F

Edited By: justintrouble on Dec 29, 2010 19:02
banned#23
Had an ErgoFlex for about 6 months now due to 'er indoors having back problems. It took me about 3 weeks to get used to it, but now feel it's the best mattress I've ever slept on. Totally agree with comments made about cheaper mattresses - why compromise on something you need to lie on for about 1/3 of your life!

Hot, but ErgoFlex sales are a bit like play.com sales - once every other week!
#24
I own one of these, have had it for two years, it truely is the best mattress that I have ever had, and I would certainly buy another in the future. It takes about 4 weeks to get used to, but it is very comfortable, and I am a back sufferer - I would heartily recommend this product. BTW don't confuse this mattress with cheap ones, they are in a different league.
#25
justintrouble
sharkmark
Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front.


Errrrr, why on earth do you turn your mattress?

Proper memory foam mattresses should never be turned! They have different foam on the top side and the bottom side!

If I turn my Ergoflex it is instantly obvious that it is upside down. I guess it might be the quality of your eBay purchased mattress and you can't tell top from bottom :p

http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/memoryfoamfaqs/597/Do+I+ever+have+to+turn+an+Ergoflex+memory+foam+mattress%3F



Turn the mattress round - not upside down - perhaps I should have used rotate instead so as not to confuse you...

Edited By: sharkmark on Dec 29, 2010 19:29
#26
sharkmark
justintrouble
sharkmark
Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front.


Errrrr, why on earth do you turn your mattress?

Proper memory foam mattresses should never be turned! They have different foam on the top side and the bottom side!

If I turn my Ergoflex it is instantly obvious that it is upside down. I guess it might be the quality of your eBay purchased mattress and you can't tell top from bottom :p
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http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/memoryfoamfaqs/597/Do+I+ever+have+to+turn+an+Ergoflex+memory+foam+mattress%3F



Turn the mattress round - not upside down - perhaps I should have used rotate instead so as not to confuse you...


You were confused. Turn and rotate are two different things.

Edited By: justintrouble on Dec 29, 2010 19:37
#27
Many many thanks to sharkmark,peterdarlison and justintrouble for your responses and advice
#28
sharkmark
weswart
sharkmark
I'll probably get shot down for this comment, but I bought a memory foam mattress for my son's room from Ebay for a fraction of this price and it's as good as my far more expensive memory foam mattress that we use. As long as the density of the foam and thickness of memory foam layer is comparable then I don't personally believe you'd be able to tell the difference between this and one from the multitude of Ebay sellers for about half this price.
peterdarlison
agreed
we bought also from ebay £150 ish delivered . THe make was HIGHLAND
Hope this helps and recomended top class
Pete



I am also thinking of buying a cheap mattress on Ebay: could you please tell me how long have you been using yours ?


Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front. The main differences between the Ebay mattress and the ergoflex was that the memory foam layer was same density but wasn't as deep (e.g. ergoflex one is 9cm deep - mine was 6cm deep) but the price was half that being quoted - thus it's upto you really as to whether you think the extra 3cm is worth twice the price. I had mine delivered next day and no problems whatsoever - seller was "allextras1" but there are plenty to choose from.

I really wonder why people are so anti-ebay sellers (especially without knowledge of buying from them personally)


It is not just the memory foam depth that is different, it is the density of the foam itself too..

You get what you pay for, and memory foam is expensive, cannot be helped, and if it is cheap, then there are reasons why!
#29
justintrouble
sharkmark
justintrouble
sharkmark
Two years - all good - no sign of sagging etc. I think as long as you turn the mattress regularly you'll be fine on that front.


Errrrr, why on earth do you turn your mattress?

Proper memory foam mattresses should never be turned! They have different foam on the top side and the bottom side!

If I turn my Ergoflex it is instantly obvious that it is upside down. I guess it might be the quality of your eBay purchased mattress and you can't tell top from bottom :p
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http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/memoryfoamfaqs/597/Do+I+ever+have+to+turn+an+Ergoflex+memory+foam+mattress%3F
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http://www.ergoflex.co.uk/memoryfoamfaqs/597/Do+I+ever+have+to+turn+an+Ergoflex+memory+foam+mattress%3F



Turn the mattress round - not upside down - perhaps I should have used rotate instead so as not to confuse you...


You were confused. Turn and rotate are two different things.
nit pickin small minded pr***t
#30
weswart
Many many thanks to sharkmark,peterdarlison and justintrouble for your responses and advice
get alot of snobs on here.
Im not one and i retired @ 48yrs old
Im a realist.
Im not saying these arnt good but the fleabay ones are lovely
ignore the snobs that have nothing to be snobby about
Glad to help
Pete

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