Silentnight 7-zone memory foam mattress (double) £125.99 @ Amazon
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Silentnight 7-zone memory foam mattress (double) £125.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Nov
Well reviewed. It's an Amazon deal of the day and apparently cheapest ever price according to camelcamelcamel.

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We have this, great for forst few months but then sags and is rubbish. I weigh 11st, perhaps better if you are lighter?

We had this and it lasted less than a year. I too read the reviews and thought great 😊 but no it was terrible. It sagged and both of us were unable to turn or roll over as a big hill had formed in the middle. Save yourself some money and give it a miss.

Yeah have this was fine at first but didnt last long maybe a year or so, now there's nowhere left to sleep on it thats comfortable, light weight too so I think would be the same for everyone.

For £125 , what do people expect.
For a mid range memory foam mattress that’s lasts 4-7 years you have to splash out £350-£450 . Top range £500-£800

Now that's the problem with reviews........everyone does it or company's want it just after purchase
That's why the comments on here are GOLD......... especially if there's a few report the same

Paid £140 about 3 years ago, now looking to buy something that will last longer!

I’ve had mine 5 years and only now I need to replace, was ok for 3 1/2 years then sunk a bit on my Husband side but it was more our dog had an accident recently and being memory foam and liquid do not mix 😬😬 nor does a carpet cleaner , flipped it over but not the same. But I wouldn’t keep a mattress for longer than 5 years without changing it anyway. I will be buying this one again.
I have arthritis in my back and hip and I find this mattress perfect for my needs. Hope this helps someone

Good price BUT..,,We had this and had to change for a conventional spring mattress as our daughter did not sleep well. I tried it a couple of nights and it really wasn't good. OK I guess for a spare room but not for an everyday sleeper.

All Silentnight/Sealy mattresses are rubbish and sag within a year, terrible customer service as well. Spent £600 on a Sealy, thrown it away after 18 months. Rubbish company

Fine for a spare bedroom or a rental property.

was just about to buy this, glad i read the comments!

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From my own experience I looked at this one but ended up going for the Dormeo Hybrid (which has pocket springs and layer of memory foam). I managed to snag that for £135 from Very but it's gone back up to £200 now: very.co.uk/dor…prd


I have to say it's the comfiest thing I've probably ever slept on, including at hotels.

m1chaels4 h, 29 m ago

We have this, great for forst few months but then sags and is rubbish. I …We have this, great for forst few months but then sags and is rubbish. I weigh 11st, perhaps better if you are lighter?

I own this mattress for over 2 years.

It's OK, well worth money (bought it for much more at the time) but it need to be used with waterproof cover as it's a little bit too soft.

Cover adds a some stiffness to it.

Also it needs to be turned every couple of weeks.

£160 for European King is a deal of the month.

I have had one of these for 4 or 5 years now. When it was new it was very firm and recovered fast. It has sagged a bit and has developed hills and valleys that come through soon after going to bed. I have tried to maximise it's life by turning it head-to-toe every couple weeks, which seems to help it recover a little. That said, it's still comfortable enough for me not to need a new mattress (though I would like an expensive dense memory foam one) and it's miles better than any sprung mattress of similar price; being warmer and making no noise. At the right price I'd have another.

I can't find the well review

125 is a single btw.

notos15 h, 55 m ago

I have had one of these for 4 or 5 years now. When it was new it was very …I have had one of these for 4 or 5 years now. When it was new it was very firm and recovered fast. It has sagged a bit and has developed hills and valleys that come through soon after going to bed. I have tried to maximise it's life by turning it head-to-toe every couple weeks, which seems to help it recover a little. That said, it's still comfortable enough for me not to need a new mattress (though I would like an expensive dense memory foam one) and it's miles better than any sprung mattress of similar price; being warmer and making no noise. At the right price I'd have another.


I agree completely, had mine for 4 years and is still comfortable enough for me , I paid £141 at the time and for something I use 6 hours every single day it's definitely worth it!

mro20117 h, 1 m ago

125 is a single btw.


It was on a deal of the day yesterday prices back up today 😊
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