Leesa Premium Foam Mattress (UK Super King) - £564.99 @ Amazon
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Leesa Premium Foam Mattress (UK Super King) - £564.99 @ Amazon

£564.99Amazon Deals
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Found 1st May
Currently £769 direct from Leesa


The Leesa mattress exploded onto the scene early in 2015 and was immediately recognised by both industry experts and customers alike as being the best of the new breed of mattresses sold exclusively over the internet. The beautifully designed Leesa mattress is meticulously crafted with three premium foam layers for cooling comfort and support, comparing favorably with mattresses that cost three times as much.

Good Housekeeping Institute Approved: “10/10. Maximum marks across design and performance - enabling a good night's sleep with optimum comfort” - Verity Mann, Head of Testing

Which? Best Buy Approved: "One of the best mattresses we have tested in recent years."
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Memory foam.....no thanks.

Never again will I have a mattress that contains 'memory' foam.
They are awful and don't last 5 mins.

The updated reviews on Amazon back this up.

Stick to pocket sprung with either no top or a wool pillow top.
well I have had a tempur for the last 10 years and prefer it over any other - each to their own!
I've had a memory foam mattress that lasted me many years and several moves. My last "sprung" mattress, lasted about 4. That one had fantastic reviews. Different strokes for different folks. Heat added based on the saving.
The 'premiumizing' of generic memory foam mattresses seems to be a bit of a fad at the moment.
Cheap Chinese rubbish, boiling hot and go saggy after a few years. Oh and (potentially) carcinogenic to boot! Handy if you have a short term let and need a mattress though
Folks forget this isn’t a review site, it’s a deal site. If it’s cheaper than normal whatever it is, it’s a deal!
texaspetey12 h, 25 m ago

Folks forget this isn’t a review site, it’s a deal site. If it’s cheaper th …Folks forget this isn’t a review site, it’s a deal site. If it’s cheaper than normal whatever it is, it’s a deal!


Bu you can have good deals and bad deals, irrespective of price.
pasheast2 h, 7 m ago

Bu you can have good deals and bad deals, irrespective of price.


Yes so a bad deal would be if you can buy it at a lower price elsewhere than the deal. It wouldn’t be a bad deal if you thought the product was useless - that’s for the person interested in the deal to find out more, or they probably wouldn’t have found the deal if they weren’t interested in it in the first place.
Why all the poor reviews? Which gave this a Best Buy and Amazon reviews are also good. Are you guys comparing this £564 mattress to cheap foam mattresses on ebay? That's not a comparison.
ukwestspeed1st May

well I have had a tempur for the last 10 years and prefer it over any …well I have had a tempur for the last 10 years and prefer it over any other - each to their own!


I've also had a Tempur, for 7 years, and I just bought a new one for a bigger, new bed. Absolutely great quality.

I went to try out a Simba in John Lewis - the quality is so cheap and there is absolutely no support.

There's a reason why a Simba/Leesa/etc are like £500 while the equivalent Tempur is £1500-£2000. Some of it is margin, but alot of it is material quality.

And if anyone tells you that Simba/Leesa/Eve/etc save money because they sell online and don't do marketing.... you should read the financial statements of publicly listed Eve. I think like 40-50% of the price you pay for the mattress goes to pay for their marketing activities.
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