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Crystal Orthopaedic memory foam mattress from £59.99 with free delivery at Groupon
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Crystal Orthopaedic memory foam mattress from £59.99 with free delivery at Groupon

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Posted 31st Oct 2018
84% off (apparently) bringing a single mattress down to £59.99 and a double to £85. Free delivery.
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do people really buy mattresses without trying them 1st?
888eyeball8 m ago

do people really buy mattresses without trying them 1st?


Lol, we just bought a silent night mattress after trying in shop. After it arrived we both thought it was the wrong mattress as was much firmer and were disappointed. Be aware that shop mattresses have maybe had 100's of people testing them so do not always give accurate assessment
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Wouldn't buy from Groupon always vastly overpriced rrp and they always offer codes that don't work
Anyone remember the Groupon/clouds mattress fiasco in 2011
888eyeball1 h, 17 m ago

do people really buy mattresses without trying them 1st?



Thing is, trying it in a shop for 5 minutes is nothing like trying to sleep on it for 7 (or more) hours anyway,
still ld much rather have tried it in person to aud me in a more informed decision regardless if the mattress has be tried by a 1000 people before me as this will show me how durable a mattress is. In the show l always ask the to let me try new mattress rather than the one on show.
Bad mattress..we had it last year from AsipreStore and returned back. It looks great on pictures, but in reality made of cheap materials and not comfy at all..
888eyeball31/10/2018 08:05

do people really buy mattresses without trying them 1st?


Do people really think they can get decent mattress for £59 on Groupon? Groupon is a good place to flog all that crap the sellers are struggling to sell anywhere else.
Aquaslim2 m ago

Do people really think they can get decent mattress for £59 on Groupon? …Do people really think they can get decent mattress for £59 on Groupon? Groupon is a good place to flog all that crap the sellers are struggling to sell anywhere else.


l dont know l would have to try it 1st before l can answer that lol
888eyeball31/10/2018 08:05

do people really buy mattresses without trying them 1st?


I do - haven't had any real issues, the last four mattresses I have had I bought from online sources.

The current one I have is an Ergoflex memory foam one and is the best I have owned - three years old and no sign of wear, still really comfortable.

Spring ones don't last very long, and were not good for my back.
Bigfootpete1 h, 33 m ago

I do - haven't had any real issues, the last four mattresses I have had I …I do - haven't had any real issues, the last four mattresses I have had I bought from online sources.The current one I have is an Ergoflex memory foam one and is the best I have owned - three years old and no sign of wear, still really comfortable. Spring ones don't last very long, and were not good for my back.


Bit more then £89 lol you should be getting a good sleep at that price.
Its the old saying...You get what you pay for....
Right, £599 usually for a king
Avoid. Have had a terrible experience. Total garbage
Has anyone bought one of these? Contemplating for the price..
Never cheap out on anything that goes between you and the floor. Beds, shoes, car tyres etc if you can avoid it.

Recently moved and spent £700 or so on the new mattress, more than the rest of the furnishings and appliances in the house! Having tried a bunch in stores, and having had low end ~£200-300 mattresses previously the difference is remarkable.

You'd be better off buying a fancy airbed for £50, odds are it'll be comfier.
You can buy a single mattress from dreams.co.uk any day of the week for £67! It’s designed for occasional use but it’s basically no better than a blow up bed. This mattress will be for the same purpose.
thel33ter31st Oct

Never cheap out on anything that goes between you and the floor. Beds, …Never cheap out on anything that goes between you and the floor. Beds, shoes, car tyres etc if you can avoid it. Recently moved and spent £700 or so on the new mattress, more than the rest of the furnishings and appliances in the house! Having tried a bunch in stores, and having had low end ~£200-300 mattresses previously the difference is remarkable.You'd be better off buying a fancy airbed for £50, odds are it'll be comfier.


Agree with you on the most part but buying expensive doesn’t necessarily mean quality.

You should pay for items which are justified by their price and then maintain the upkeep of said item so it’s lasts the intended duration.

No point having a Ferrari if you fit it with Corsa tyres which are worn out.

Again you could have a corsa which has been well maintained and does the job for pennies.

Swings and roundabouts fella
Edited by: "coolio28" 14th Nov 2018
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