1 Inch Hypnia Memory Foam Mattress Topper - £30 delivered from Hypnia
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1 Inch Hypnia Memory Foam Mattress Topper - £30 delivered from Hypnia

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Found 2nd May 2010
Double 1 inch Topper

Specification

Brand: Hypnia
Size: Double 4ft6 x 6ft3" / 135cm x 190cm
Memory Foam Depth: 1 inch / 2.5cm
Density: 75kg m3
Comfort Rating: Medium-Firm
Cover: Not Supplied
Guarantee: 10 Year
Product Code: D1

Only £30 (Reduced from £90.99) -

16 Comments

Original Poster

Good to see cold voters are giving reasons and showing where to get it cheaper and better.

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Pepp77;8511169

Good to see cold voters are giving reasons and showing where to get it … Good to see cold voters are giving reasons and showing where to get it cheaper and better.



dont whine about cold votes
that just makes people vote cold

Original Poster

I don't mind if my deals are voted cold - but I generally post things I am interested in buying and believe I have found the best offer for, so if a better offer is available then it would be nice to know about it.

Its not a bad price for what it is but its only 1 inch thick, is that really good enough for a topper?

Whitswonga;8511221

Its not a bad price for what it is but its only 1 inch thick, is that … Its not a bad price for what it is but its only 1 inch thick, is that really good enough for a topper?



I'm sure I read somewhere that it has to be at least 7cms to be any use but I might be talking crap too :oops:

cheers just ordered, to use in my caravan

Memory foam - or how to sleep in a 10 year old foam mattress, today!

In all seriousness, I have just replaced my memory foam mattress as I found it to be particularly uncomfortable. Having a small crater form around you makes it particularly annoying when you toss and turn as it takes a while to adapt.

Not sure how mattress toppers compare though...

Far too thin, may as well not bother. Cold!

LoveHearts;8511259

I'm sure I read somewhere that it has to be at least 7cms to be any use … I'm sure I read somewhere that it has to be at least 7cms to be any use but I might be talking crap too :oops:



Spot on....1" is pointless and will make no difference, unless you already have a memory foam mattress and want an extra 1" on top of what you already have....sorry but cold for me...

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LoveHearts;8511259

I'm sure I read somewhere that it has to be at least 7cms to be any use … I'm sure I read somewhere that it has to be at least 7cms to be any use but I might be talking crap too :oops:



Gggggggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

SHOWMAN36;8511679

Gggggggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!




Arghhhhhhh it's the MSE troll

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LoveHearts;8511969

Arghhhhhhh it's the MSE troll



I just love winding those nice people up:whistling:

the deal may be good the product is the problem -- keep looking we cant do it wiyhout you guys and thanks for info about 1in and 7 cm helped me decide ---not this time

LssL;8511363

Memory foam - or how to sleep in a 10 year old foam mattress, today!In … Memory foam - or how to sleep in a 10 year old foam mattress, today!In all seriousness, I have just replaced my memory foam mattress as I found it to be particularly uncomfortable. Having a small crater form around you makes it particularly annoying when you toss and turn as it takes a while to adapt. Not sure how mattress toppers compare though...



Interesting. I had wondered about the pros and cons of these!!

Need to sort something asap my old futon is killing me,, !

Never having slept on one.. does the memory effect discourage movement at all? I imagined they would feel a bit like pulling a bike wheel out of a track.. or being sunk in mud.. a fraction more effort to turn, as by it's nature, there's a little resistance to overcome??

I've also read the materials used are slightly carcinogenic.. OK if your mattress/topper is all nicely sealed up in an zipper cover I guess. I wouldn't want to wrap one around my head and breathe in and out deeply for hours and hours... :x

Do doctors recommend them??

Off to do some googling... :whistling:
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