Sleep Better by Carpenters Memory Foam Double Mattress instore / online @ T J Hughes £169.99 (RRP £499.99)
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Sleep Better by Carpenters Memory Foam Double Mattress instore / online @ T J Hughes £169.99 (RRP £499.99)

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Found 20th Jan 2009
Richguard TM Extra Memory foam provides ultimate comfort and support
Delux layer of memory foam moulds to your body to provide personalized comfort
Soft feel knitted stretch cover
No turn!
Fits Standard British beds
5 year warranty
Sizes available:-
Single - 190 x 90 x18 including 4cm of memory foam £139.99
Double - 190 x 135 x x18 including 4cm of memory foam £169.99
King - 198 x 150 x x18 including 4cm of memory foam £199.99

Buy instore for this price or buy online + pay £5.50 postage

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4cm of Memory foam?

Hardly a "Delux layer of memory foam" at only 4cm
Does not say what the rest of the mattress is made of?

Cold from me, 4cm of memory foam is very poor (not enough to really support the average human weight, unless of course you are fashionably size 0!)..guess you pay for what you get in this instance I don't think its much of a bargain...some 9cm memory foam mattresses here.....

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And that's some bad Photoshop action on the advert.:-D

As always with relatively new products, there seems to be a great deal of confusion about memory foam, i.e., what quality and depth to use, which density is best etc. etc.

The products generally available on the market range considerably in depth and density from around 2.5cm ( 1”) to over 12.5 cm(5”) and densities between 2lbs to over 5lbs per cft.

All these products offer the same effectiveness and benefits and proclaim that they are the best, yet they differ vastly in quality and price. As you will appreciate, this surely cannot be right and does not make sense.

After extensive research it is our clear conclusion that generally the most suitable depth of memory foam is 7 cm (2.8”) and the preferable density should be 60 kg cm3 or 4 lbs cft. This also applies to memory foam overlays for heavy and frequent use and most pillows and cushions.

Memory foam overlays for infrequent and lighter use could be sufficient with a depth of 5 cm (2”), but should still have a density of 60 kg per cm3 or 4 lbs per cft.

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And that's some bad Photoshop action on the advert.:-D



:-D Only just noticed that, damn should have added heat just for that lol!!!

where can i get a bed like that from ?

Whats the carpet made from? It looks like its growing!

Heat added just for the carpet and the photoshop bodge!

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Whats the carpet made from? It looks like its growing! Heat added just … Whats the carpet made from? It looks like its growing! Heat added just for the carpet and the photoshop bodge!



I swear that carpet was only 1/2 an inch long when I posted this deal:w00t:
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