Silentnight Clara Miracoil Memory Foam Quilted Hypoallergenic Mattress - £139 @ thesilentnightstore ebay
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Silentnight Clara Miracoil Memory Foam Quilted Hypoallergenic Mattress - £139 @ thesilentnightstore ebay

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Posted 14th Aug
Is this better than the one Argos had it for £140?

Silentnight Hatfield Memory Foam Single Mattress

Summary:
Miracoil® reactive springs give tailored comfort and support whatever your shape and size.
Head to toe springs distribute body weight, ensuring partner movement doesn't disturb your sleep.
Hypoallergenic and dustmite resistant.
Medium Firm level of support
Mattress Depth 24cm
Product Features:

Edge-to-edge springs for maximum sleep space
Deep layer of body-moulding memory foam for pressure relief and comfort.
Luxury deep quilted mattress with a quality damask finish for added comfort
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Sorry to be a wet blanket on this mattress, however I had a very similar silent night miracoil one a few years ago. The memory foam layer developed a large dip which made a decent nights sleep really difficult; I’ll never buy another Mattress with one now. I’m typing this lying on a conventional 1000 pocket spring mattress from Bensons which cost £550 for it and the two drawer base; it’s the best I’ve ever owned and now two years old. It’s the same back and front and top and bottom in construction.
Just consider that you spend about a third of your life in bed (if you’re lucky!) so this is not something to be budgeting about if you can afford not to be,IMO...sometimes there are good reasons for big reductions.
Edited by: "TheBestFreebieisHumour" 14th Aug
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Sorry to be a wet blanket on this mattress, however I had a very similar silent night miracoil one a few years ago. The memory foam layer developed a large dip which made a decent nights sleep really difficult; I’ll never buy another Mattress with one now. I’m typing this lying on a conventional 1000 pocket spring mattress from Bensons which cost £550 for it and the two drawer base; it’s the best I’ve ever owned and now two years old. It’s the same back and front and top and bottom in construction.
Just consider that you spend about a third of your life in bed (if you’re lucky!) so this is not something to be budgeting about if you can afford not to be,IMO...sometimes there are good reasons for big reductions.
Edited by: "TheBestFreebieisHumour" 14th Aug
I went full memory foam . Got a Dormeo brand £380 for king mattress.
Find it much more comfortable than my last mattress which was a £350 midrange silentnight sprung mattress from Costco which lasted about 4 years and started getting big dints in it where we slept . Non reversible due to cushion top type .
Memory foam is far better for my bad back
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 14th Aug
I've had a couple of Silent Night mattress's and had nothing but back ache from them, and within a year I could always feel the springs. I moved over to a Simba mattress last year, and it's the best thing I ever did. I will add though that I am quite overweight and it could be that (before putting the weight on I never had an issue with a Sprung mattress).
Edited by: "Thetrout" 14th Aug
Agree with other's. Waste of money & terrible backache to boot. I wish I'd known that before spending £800 on a mattress that dipped asap. Terrible customer service's as well. Will stick to a standard firm mattress next time!!.
So...avoid Silentnight and choose full memory foam...
Never memory foam for me again... because there is no support for my back me and hubby were constantly in pain.. got rid of it as soon as we found out it was the memory foam.. now onto springs... and no back ache..
Polarised views here.

Fwiw I had a double version of this and it wasn't great. I replaced it with a Simba hybrid.
jscwan15/08/2019 01:08

Never memory foam for me again... because there is no support for my back …Never memory foam for me again... because there is no support for my back me and hubby were constantly in pain.. got rid of it as soon as we found out it was the memory foam.. now onto springs... and no back ache..


I have a disc bulge and arthritis in my lower back . I find my memory foam mattress gives unreal support and molds to my back for extra support.
What memory foam mattress did you have
The issue with these is that they are open coil. The best ones you can get now are pocket sprung, much more support and last a lot longer
Check out john Ryan design, you'll know what you're getting and lots of information about mattresses other places don't tell you
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