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[Misc] Mattresses.









Cheshire Cat

The most curious thing..
Just buy a door, lay it flat on the bedframe, and sleep on that.

Much better for your back - very firm.
 


Herr Tubthumper

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I know you have all be waiting with bated breath for the outcome of this…Vispring wins and was ordered this morning.
 






birthofanorange

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Sort of related to this thread is how often do you Dyson/Hoover/vacuum your mattress? We do ours now each month and the amount of dead skin cells that are collected is amazing when you see them in the container. Those are the ones that escape through the bottom sheet and mattress protector. Staying in hotels quite a bit I now wonder how often they do theirs?
I think it's best to not wonder at all about such things. #shudder
 


The Clamp

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I bought a Silent Night one in Feb. Deep, hand tufted, spring thing. Extra firm.
Not a fortune. £400 and something .

I have a memory foam mattress topper on that.

Treated myself to the Premier Inn range of duvet and pillows. Honestly, there’s a reason they have an online shop. Fantastic stuff.

And some nice, heavy linen bedding.

Sleep is so important.


Never been comfier. Took a bit of adapting to but now, never been happier with my sleep.
 


pearl

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I bought a Silent Night one in Feb. Deep, hand tufted, spring thing. Extra firm.
Not a fortune. £400 and something .

I have a memory foam mattress topper on that.

Treated myself to the Premier Inn range of duvet and pillows. Honestly, there’s a reason they have an online shop. Fantastic stuff.

And some nice, heavy linen bedding.

Sleep is so important.


Never been comfier. Took a bit of adapting to but now, never been happier with my sleep.
That's interesting. I was looking at Silent Night one, about same price, but the reviews were terrible. Thanks for posting.
 




The Clamp

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That's interesting. I was looking at Silent Night one, about same price, but the reviews were terrible. Thanks for posting.
Yes. I read some bad reviews but mattresses are a very personal preference, I think .

This one looked like it would suit my needs and I’m very happy with it.

But everyone is different. What works for me might give others a terrible nights sleep.
 








salazar

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I know you have all be waiting with bated breath for the outcome of this…Vispring wins and was ordered this morning.
Not a bad choice although they are not the quality they once were. Sold to an American company who promptly outsourced the divan making section and changed filling specification. Still a quality company however. In terms of overall quality I would have gone for Somnus (Harrison group) they only use natural fillings and are leaders in environmental sustainability.
 


Boroseagull

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Disappointed with your choice as I had you down as a man who liked a bit of luxury. So I really thought you may just treat yourself to this - it's only £430,000 (yes, that's not a mistype) https://www.savoirbeds.com/the-worlds-most-luxurious-bed/
Yes. I read some bad reviews but mattresses are a very personal preference, I think .

This one looked like it would suit my needs and I’m very happy with it.

But everyone is different. What works for me might give others a terrible nights sleep.

 


The Clamp

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Herr Tubthumper

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Not a bad choice although they are not the quality they once were. Sold to an American company who promptly outsourced the divan making section and changed filling specification. Still a quality company however. In terms of overall quality I would have gone for Somnus (Harrison group) they only use natural fillings and are leaders in environmental sustainability.
Now you tell me :lolol:

I notice you mention divan. The one I have ordered is for a frame bed (I was given a choice)....has this also been outsourced?
 


Herr Tubthumper

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Herr Tubthumper

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I’m not sure but more than likely, so many cheaper places abroad to manufacture.
Just out of curiosity but was the model name of the mattress “Herald” by any chance.
No it wasn’t a Herald.
 


Knocky's Nose

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May 7, 2017
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I went for one of those 'memory foam top, springs underneath' contraptions. I've had a bad back for many years and thought this would be my saviour, as per the adverts.

May I just say that if you have a bad back, and you buy one of these - the man on the right is who you will feel like in about 6 sleeps.


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