Silentnight 7-Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress - Double £125.98 Amazon
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Silentnight 7-Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress - Double £125.98 Amazon

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Found 27th Dec 2017
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Amazing price. Paid £150 a couple of years ago and thought that was good! Never looked back, very comfy.
Have one of these and have to say not overly impressed - price is superb though
Had one for a year, not bad for the price
Had one of these , and its ok for about 6 months then went out of shape .

But as its amazon buy one and just send it back before the 12 months .
They don’t last very long, had one about 3 years and it’s on it’s last legs
Bargain. Ordered. Thanks OP
Has anyone tired to use this mattress upside-down (memory foam at the bottom). I don't like memory foam but the non-memory foam mattress is only 14 cm deep, and I need 18cm to 20cm deep.
I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back problems, my current mattress is knocking on 7 years and is quite soft which doesn't help at all when it flares up, keep seeing these rolled up mattresses are they any good? Especially Simba with regards to adverts..
foxymeister4 h, 50 m ago

Amazing price. Paid £150 a couple of years ago and thought that was good! …Amazing price. Paid £150 a couple of years ago and thought that was good! Never looked back, very comfy.


To of saved £25 in those amount of years you had a great deal. do you have to rotate or flip these every six months?
£156 for the king size too
Edited by: "kill_bill" 27th Dec 2017
Was literally just coming to make a thread on which matress to buy. Can someone hook me up with a decent double bed frame please?????
machomansavage25 m ago

To of saved £25 in those amount of years you had a great deal. do you …To of saved £25 in those amount of years you had a great deal. do you have to rotate or flip these every six months?


Call me a grammar nazi...

But...

"To of saved"

Bwahahaha
couragenh15 m ago

Call me a grammar nazi... But... "To of saved" Bwahahaha


What a gripping life u do lead.
whitey627255 m ago

I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back …I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back problems, my current mattress is knocking on 7 years and is quite soft which doesn't help at all when it flares up, keep seeing these rolled up mattresses are they any good? Especially Simba with regards to adverts..


Most mattresses come rolled up these days. I had the 3 zone and the footprint was small (left gaps in the frame) and I got rid after 18 months as I was waking up with back pain
whitey62721 h, 51 m ago

I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back …I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back problems, my current mattress is knocking on 7 years and is quite soft which doesn't help at all when it flares up, keep seeing these rolled up mattresses are they any good? Especially Simba with regards to adverts..



You normally want a medium firm mattress for back pain. The goal is to keep your spine straight. Too firm and you don't get any support and your body weight is concentrated on a few focus points, too soft and it won't keep your back straight. This does vary with body weight and sleep position though.

Remember, seeing lots of marketing just means someone's spent lots of money promoting it, it's not a reflection of quality (I'm sure lots of people remember the Silent Night miracoil adverts, all those were for were slightly less terrible coil spring mattresses that are awful compared to almost any pocket sprung one).

The Simba mattress should be firmer than pure memory foam mattresses and will have less of you feeling trapped in the cavity caused by you sinking into it but I'd guess it's still a medium firmness which may not be what you need. Also, if you get too hot or move around a lot at night, a pocket spring mattress will be better.

Try to sample a mattress at a bed store before you buy if you can (although sadly most bed stores only stock either terrible cheap mattresses or extremely expensive high end ones with none in between). John Lewis usually have a Simba or Eve mattress you can try out. Remember to feel if you're getting even support in the position you sleep in, try to simulate your behaviour when you're struggling to get to sleep as well.

The 100 day free tryout period is a gimmick. They know people won't go to the hassle of keeping their old mattress not the fun of hauling another mattress up stairs into their bedroom.
I've been looking for a new mattress. Would like a Simba but at £600 it's not in my budget.

Anyone used those dormeo ones that are currently being advertised on the TV?
dormeo.co.uk/sal…tml
whitey62722 h, 41 m ago

I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back …I have a suspected herniated disc an often suffer badly with lower back problems, my current mattress is knocking on 7 years and is quite soft which doesn't help at all when it flares up, keep seeing these rolled up mattresses are they any good? Especially Simba with regards to adverts..




The Eve is very good and keeps going on offer at nearly half of what I paid 6 months ago
kos1c11 m ago

I've been looking for a new mattress. Would like a Simba but at £600 it's …I've been looking for a new mattress. Would like a Simba but at £600 it's not in my budget. Anyone used those dormeo ones that are currently being advertised on the TV? https://www.dormeo.co.uk/sale/tv.html


Try the Eve, Been on offer a lot lately and I have tried both, Preferred the Eve
Doesn’t last longer than 2-3 years. Not bad if you are on a budget and not looking for longevity in a mattress
abigsmurf1 h, 17 m ago

You normally want a medium firm mattress for back pain. The goal is to …You normally want a medium firm mattress for back pain. The goal is to keep your spine straight. Too firm and you don't get any support and your body weight is concentrated on a few focus points, too soft and it won't keep your back straight. This does vary with body weight and sleep position though.Remember, seeing lots of marketing just means someone's spent lots of money promoting it, it's not a reflection of quality (I'm sure lots of people remember the Silent Night miracoil adverts, all those were for were slightly less terrible coil spring mattresses that are awful compared to almost any pocket sprung one).The Simba mattress should be firmer than pure memory foam mattresses and will have less of you feeling trapped in the cavity caused by you sinking into it but I'd guess it's still a medium firmness which may not be what you need. Also, if you get too hot or move around a lot at night, a pocket spring mattress will be better.Try to sample a mattress at a bed store before you buy if you can (although sadly most bed stores only stock either terrible cheap mattresses or extremely expensive high end ones with none in between). John Lewis usually have a Simba or Eve mattress you can try out. Remember to feel if you're getting even support in the position you sleep in, try to simulate your behaviour when you're struggling to get to sleep as well. The 100 day free tryout period is a gimmick. They know people won't go to the hassle of keeping their old mattress not the fun of hauling another mattress up stairs into their bedroom.


The 100 night thing isn't a gimmick. It is because they don't have their own showrooms and they would have to see an awful lot of returns before it made more economic sense to pay rent for stores.

If people would rather keep a mattress they don't like for 500 quid, than keep the old one around or go out and buy another - that is on them.
You will know if a mattress is a keeper way sooner than 30 days - which gives you another 2 months to sort out a replacement.
HDUKBargainHunter1 h, 12 m ago

Try the Eve, Been on offer a lot lately and I have tried both, Preferred …Try the Eve, Been on offer a lot lately and I have tried both, Preferred the Eve


Heard the eve gets hot throughout the night which had put me off. But I know it's discounted currently. May consider that.
In my opinion don’t get one of these after a few years (about 2/3) they become very uncomfortable and my wife and I both get pins and needles from the mattress being so hard and uncomfortable.
Thanks OP. Needed 2 mattresses and ordered!
Excellent, thanks
Ordered earlier today! I hope it’s not THAT bad🤞
kos1c22 h, 10 m ago

Heard the eve gets hot throughout the night which had put me off. But I …Heard the eve gets hot throughout the night which had put me off. But I know it's discounted currently. May consider that.


I had a different make before and that got seriously hot! The eve does not seem to get very hot and I am always hot, Never wear pajamas ect.
HDUKBargainHunter14 h, 19 m ago

I had a different make before and that got seriously hot! The eve does not …I had a different make before and that got seriously hot! The eve does not seem to get very hot and I am always hot, Never wear pajamas ect.


I ended up going into Dreams and grabbing a £350 mattress. Was rather comfortable, just gotta wait on delivery now ><
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