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Do you have a memory foam mattress?

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purpleturtle Thu 25-Sep-08 14:26:39

If so, how deep is the foam layer? Is 50mm enough? (Am tempted by Argos half-price sale, but don't want to waste money if 50mm isn't enough)

purpleturtle Thu 25-Sep-08 15:10:57

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CountessDracula Thu 25-Sep-08 15:20:43

I got a topper about 50mm
sent it back
hot and horrid

purpleturtle Thu 25-Sep-08 16:30:40

Don't want hot. Yuk. This is integral to the mattress, though, so may not be so bad. Think I'm going to have to do a proper tour of a bed shop though. Suspect if I do my usual thing and impulse buy, we may live to regret it.

CountessDracula Thu 25-Sep-08 16:32:54

We made sure we bought one that was returnable

littlelapin Thu 25-Sep-08 16:34:14

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Medowflowers Thu 25-Sep-08 16:35:15

We also have full foam matress. Its the best thing in the world. Toppers are a waster of time. Treat yourself to a proper full one if you can - you will adore it.smile

MrsMills Thu 25-Sep-08 16:37:34

We don't have the mattress, but we do have memory foam pillows. Recently stayed away and could not sleep on 'normal' pillows. Don't know if that's agood thing or a bad thing though hmm.

Anyway I love them dearly.

purpleturtle Thu 25-Sep-08 16:39:33

This is beginning to sound like work. I'm hopeless at doing the legwork, and like to make a quick convenient purchase! Oh well, new mattress is already overdue, I'm sure it can wait a little longer. Thanks for advice.

Medowflowers Thu 25-Sep-08 16:40:02

We have the pillows as well grin

Milliways Thu 25-Sep-08 16:42:10

DS had a new mattress (due to back problems) this year, and he has a pocket sprung mattress with a memory foam layer on top. It is fab - he still raves about how comfy it is!

Cost more than a fully foam one though!

RhinestoneCowgirl Thu 25-Sep-08 16:42:31

MIL has one, and DH & I slept in her bed last time we stayed. Didn't really like it to be honest. First off it felt really solid, then more comfy as it moulded round you. All fine until I rolled over sleepily and then it felt rock hard again.

Think it's one of those things that you love or hate - MIL thinks it's fantastic. You'll have to go and do the embarrassing rolling about in the bed shop bit...

purpleturtle Thu 25-Sep-08 17:37:06

Yeah - that's what I was trying to get out of. grin

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