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Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 22:36:28

Just that!
Where can I get a good quality, firm mattress that doesn't cost the earth?
Thanks in advance

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HettyStThomas Tue 12-Feb-19 22:40:42

IKEA. We have a Hovag and I love it

Beansonapost Tue 12-Feb-19 22:41:38

DH got it online
Something like mattresses.co.uk

Free delivery.

joyfullittlehippo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:01:57

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ReaganSomerset Tue 12-Feb-19 23:03:51

Another IKEA here.

MyGirlDaisy Tue 12-Feb-19 23:03:54

Ikea mattresses are brilliant

Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:05:05

Oh I have heard about the hovag actually hetty! Do you have the medium or firm one?

beans just had a look and they're selling the bloody website, not mattresses anymore😬😬

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Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:06:06

Xpost, think I need to go and have a feel of an ikea mattress!

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MaFleur Tue 12-Feb-19 23:08:00

We have an Emma one bought online arriving this week. I wouldn’t normally buy like that but we stayed in a hotel that had them recently and loved it! Also a “Which” Best Buy.

Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:10:08

fleur I've heard good things about them, but unfortunately short of selling both my children (tempting), I'm not sure that's within my price range

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KitNCaboodle Tue 12-Feb-19 23:10:24

Another ikea here. Every time I go to bed I’m surprised by how comfortable it is

SwedishEdith Tue 12-Feb-19 23:13:35

John Lewis clearance. I thought I wanted a firm as have back problems and always woke up with hip pain. Was advised that firmness is more about your weight.

Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:13:42

Did anyone buy their hovag in store? How big is the box?

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Mummatotwoxo Tue 12-Feb-19 23:14:33

swedish what do you mean?

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BIWI Tue 12-Feb-19 23:17:01

There was a special feature in the Guardian this weekend, about sleep and sleep deprivation. They recommended Loaf's Perfect Mattress as do Ideal Home.

Ours arrives next week and I can't wait!

TwigTheWonderKid Tue 12-Feb-19 23:30:12

No turn mattress from John Lewis. We've had it for 13 years and it's still as good as new.

ReaganSomerset Wed 13-Feb-19 07:05:50

Did anyone buy their hovag in store? How big is the box?

It comes in a roll, like a rug.

anniehm Wed 13-Feb-19 07:07:04

Mattress king I think it was for my daughters, ours is tempur

InTheWalls Wed 13-Feb-19 07:09:52

John Lewis. I love it and I'm a right fuss pot. I also thought I wanted a firm one but was advised medium would be better for our weight by the staff in store. They were right!

oldsewandsew Wed 13-Feb-19 07:11:23

Another Hovag here. They come rolledup, but are still heavy! So you can fit it in to a normal sized car but will need a trolley.

LegoMonkeys Wed 13-Feb-19 07:13:51

I've got an Eve mattress which is firm and very comfy. I think they're manufactured in the UK too which is nice.

TeddyIsaHe Wed 13-Feb-19 07:19:52

Ooh excellent thread op, I’m looking to replace my mattress with the Hovag and pleased with all the recommendations.

TeddyIsaHe Wed 13-Feb-19 07:22:05

Oh also, everyone with the Hovag did you go for firm or medium-firm?

ReaganSomerset Wed 13-Feb-19 07:27:01

@TeddyIsaHe

Medium firm. I don't think I'm heavy enough to sink into a firm one at all- I'd be just lying on top of it, which isn't for me. If you've got a rather heavy person on a softer mattress, they tend to sink through and end up lying on the bedboards IME. That said, medium firm isn't so soft that it would cause problems for most people and is a nice compromise.

HettyStThomas Wed 13-Feb-19 07:45:49

We originally had a firm hovag mattress. But after a month I couldn't get on with it so we took it back in a van and swapped it for a medium firm.
Originally it comes vacuum packed in a roll like others have said. When we exchanged it we had to hire a van to take it back because we could no longer fit it in our car. Ikea were very good and swapped it no problem.

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