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King size bed with Airsprung Memory Mattress £450 @ Asda
King size bed with Airsprung Memory Mattress £450 @ Asda

King size bed with Airsprung Memory Mattress £450 @ Asda

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I've been looking around for a nice looking king size bed with memory foam mattress and found this bed from ASDA for only £450 (although with delivery and assembly it will cost £483 but still a really good price, especially with the memory foam mattress).

At the moment its sold out but they will be getting more in stock.

If anyone knows a better deal for the same size bed and memory matress please let me know!

Thanks

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seems like a nice bed whats the asda link to this deal?

Double is available

Airsprung have a factory shop open just off Canal Road Trowbridge (turn opposite LIDL just past DIY yard)
Shop is open Friday afternoon and Saturday, but check before making a long journey.

is it a full memory foam mattress?? as some say that but turn out to be a normal spring mattress with just a memory topper. my in laws brought one and it turned out like this.

This might help anyone considering memory foam: forums.moneysavingexpert.com/sho…t=3 Admittedly he mentions "coolmax" which isn't relevant to the above item, but it states the optimum thickness for memory foam.

The whole thread has some good advice.

Original Poster

No I don't think it is full foam mattress although costs £270 if bought on its own. Here is a short description of the mattress (not an expert on mattresses but hoping it will still be a of good quality before buying?)

Description: Spring unit with a 2cm layer of memory foam and 2cm of support foam. Depth 20cm, medium, damask cover

Once again if anyone knows of a better deal please let me know! Thank you

louiselouise;4665711

This might help anyone considering memory foam: … This might help anyone considering memory foam: http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=7188059&postcount=3 Admittedly he mentions "coolmax" which isn't relevant to the above item, but it states the optimum thickness for memory foam.The whole thread has some good advice.



very helpful thanks

AJ24;4669260

No I don't think it is full foam mattress although costs £270 if bought … No I don't think it is full foam mattress although costs £270 if bought on its own. Here is a short description of the mattress (not an expert on mattresses but hoping it will still be a of good quality before buying?) Description: Spring unit with a 2cm layer of memory foam and 2cm of support foam. Depth 20cm, medium, damask coverOnce again if anyone knows of a better deal please let me know! Thank you




2cm of memory foan isnt much at all, if u can afford a proper memory foam matress go for one, i wouldnt have anything but a proper one. we got ours from ebay for 300 and it was for a superking size.
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