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To buy an IKEA Mordegal mattress?

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lilyblue5 Thu 17-Jan-19 22:22:31

Firstly apologies, I could not decide where to put this thread.
Basically our mattress has reached end of life (only 4 years old!)
Our children have the IKEA Mordegal mattress and the King is only £195.. It feels too cheap.
The kids beds are so comfy! Do any adults have the Mordegal who can confirm that it’s £195 well spent?
Or any other suggestions for a memory mattress welcome! I don’t want to spend a fortune, equally I don’t want to have to buy another mattress in a year because I went too cheap!
Thanks smile

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lilyblue5 Thu 17-Jan-19 22:23:08

*Morgedal

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Celebelly Thu 17-Jan-19 22:25:08

It's really good! We have it on our guest bed and everyone who has stayed comments on how comfy it is. My dad even went home and bought one for his own bed after staying!

I can't speak to how it lasts in the longer term as ours isn't used that often, but I think it has good Which reviews, and they look at longevity as one of their criteria.

Celebelly Thu 17-Jan-19 22:26:33

Which said: 'Even after years of use, this mattress will continue to offer the same support as when new, and it won’t sag at all.'

AuditAngel Thu 17-Jan-19 22:26:56

I bought a more expensive mattress this week for our Superking, but Dormeo had offers available on the phone (about 60% on the mattress we bought) that were not online.

Went online today and bought DS a memory foam single mattress for £149 including a free pillow and a 15 year guarantee.

I used to have an Ikea bed, but they weren’t standard uk sizes.

PennyMordauntsLadyBrain Thu 17-Jan-19 22:29:35

We have the non- memory foam version (basically just a block of foam) and it’s the comfiest bed I’ve ever owned.

I’ve had it about 18 months and it’s retained its shape, and seems as good as new. Far more comfortable than the sack-of-springs Silent Night that it replaced!

lilyblue5 Fri 18-Jan-19 12:14:50

Thank you for your replies! That’s good to know.. think I’ll go for it! smile

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