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Memory Foam Matress double £109.00

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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
Bedshop in yorkshire have a double size memory foam matress for £109.00 but i know nothing about this new thing however i do have 4 memory foam pillows which arent really that good to be honest with you.

Does anyone looking at this know anything about memory foam and if yes please advise me on which is the best to get.
Thanks:thumbsup:
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Sounds a bit cheap to me, the width of the memory foam is really important (the cheap ones are often <2 inch memory foam on a plain foam back). To be honest £109 is a bit cheap for a decent mattress full stop, remember you spend at least a third of your time on it so its worth not scrimping if you can...
#2
We got a memory foam matress silentnight for about 300 reduced from around 700. Thing is soooo ****** that it is now in our loft. Too soggy and too hot at night. Horrible!! Back to sleeping on a brick! GRRRRrrRRrrRR
#3
The proper ones are pretty good if you get used to them. The £100 one - and to a lesser extent - the £700 one sound like regular foam ones with a topper layer of memory foam of varying thickness.
#4
Any less than 10" overall thickness = avoid. A reasonable one will be 3" MF to 7" standard foam and 55-65 KG/CM (or something like that, I forget). Not too hard and not too soft. Basically try before you buy if possible and don't buy a soggy marshmallow.
#5
I spent weeks looking for a mattress and ended up going to onlinesaledirect
after hearing lots of good reports about their CS and quality of goods.
We bought a 8' KINGSIZE foam mattress with 4' of high density memory foam making it a total of 12".
This was and still is the best mattress we have ever had and have slept so well in the last 2 months since we have owned it.
We paid £287.00 in total and this was with 2 memory foam pillows and delivery.

I would never go back to a 'normal' mattress as i have never slept so well and i am not of slight build and there is still no 'roll together'!
If you are considering buying a memory foam mattress please look carefully at where you are buying it from and make sure you get the specs of the foam, there are people selling really inferior quality foam mattresses out there.
#6
Spooki
I spent weeks looking for a mattress and ended up going to onlinesaledirect

Thats where I got mine from, via ebay:thumbsup:
#7
Shengis
Thats where I got mine from, via ebay:thumbsup:



I think you may have mentioned this company before on a thread in HUKD, as i was also hunting on here for advice, which is another reason i bought from them.
If it wasn't you then it means someone else was also very pleased with the quality of goods from this company.:-D
#8
Spooki
I think you may have mentioned this company before on a thread in HUKD, as i was also hunting on here for advice, which is another reason i bought from them.
If it wasn't you then it means someone else was also very pleased with the quality of goods from this company.:-D

I believe I did :lol: It's bit of a joke that they can sell so cheaply and other companies charge £1000 odd for the same thing. Might as well post their website link again too : http://www.onlinesalesdirect.co.uk/
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Does anyone looking at this know anything about memory foam and if yes please advise me on which is the best to get.
Thanks:thumbsup:


I know about memory foam pillows as I sell them. Basically if you want fairly firm ones you need to make sure the memory foam is fairly dense, around 50 kilograms per cubic metre. At this density they cell structure is smaller and won't break down so fast, as the poorer quality ones essentially become softer quicker (and lose the supportive benefits that a memory foam pillow should offer).

Should you require a softer memory foam pillow, I would advise that you go for a pillow which is essentially either goose down or fibre-filled, but also have a memory foam pillow core and therefore combines the features of comfort and support.

I hope this helps :?

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