Silentnight Miratex Memory Foam Mattress Very Cheap @ TJ Hughes!!!!!!
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Silentnight Miratex Memory Foam Mattress Very Cheap @ TJ Hughes!!!!!!

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Found 22nd Aug 2009
T J Hughes are offering Silentnight Miratex Memory Foam Mattress for the following prices:

Single £179.99 (RRP £339.99) Save £160
Double £199 (RRP £529.99) Save £330
Kingsize £249.99 (RRP £609.99) Save £360

The offer is online, not to sure about instore

High density miratex foam provides no roll off.
Absorbs movement from both you and your partner providing no roll together. High density miratex foam provides no roll off. Unique design posturisation provides extra support where you need it most. Real mattress for comfort and support. Responds to body heat and moulds to body contours for the ultimate comfort. Reduces pressure on joints relieving minor aches and pains. Touch soft quilted knit cover for extra comfort and luxury. Hypo allergenic and dust mite resistant.

Dimensions: Single: 90 x 190cm x 20cm deep. Double: 135 x 190cm x 20cm deep. King: 150 x 200cm x 20cm deep. Miratex Memory 300. Mattress depth - 20cm including a 3cm layer of memory foam.

£10 Delivery Charge

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+ £10 for delivery.

Original Poster

dontdothatagain;6087360

+ £10 for delivery.



Will add that in thank you

anyone had this?

sounds good

silentnight.co.uk/pro…tex
Looks like they are vaccum packed some memory foam mattress retailers say doing this is bad etc, so not sure what to think.

Shame only 20cm thick.

schizoboy;6087633

[Shame only 20cm thick.



Thats' nearly 8 inches, how thick do you want it ?

Shame the memory foam is only 3 cm thick.

doberman;6088868

Thats' nearly 8 inches, how thick do you want it ?Shame the memory foam … Thats' nearly 8 inches, how thick do you want it ?Shame the memory foam is only 3 cm thick.



memory foam should be 2" to 2.5" deep. Less than that, and it isn't enough to contour to your body and give good support. More than that and you will sink deeper into it which can make you too hot.

Also the memory foam on top of reflex foam can be very hot, as it doesn't allow air to circulate under the memory foam to dissipate the heat.

I noticed that there is no mention of the density of the memory foam. If it isn't mentioned, then it is often an indication that the density is low. If the density is too low, then it won't give very good support. If it is too high then it will give excellent support, but the recovery rate can be very slow making it difficult to change position. The optimum density is 60 to 70kg per m3.
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