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Croacka
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re: Experience with off-brand memory foam mattresses?


I have the sleep innovations from amazon


Had it for almost a year and am very satisfied


I did a lot of research






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LSUSUPERSTAR
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We had a regular memory foam room serta that was good, but slept hot. We just got a new one with the new gel top and it is much cooler.





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Tiger n Miami AU83
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I bought one a year ago. Not sure of the brand or anything else. Got it from overstock. It was one of the highest and most rated mattresses there. Think I paid maybe $600-$700 for it. Not sure exactly how much since I bout it with a bed and other stuff that totally about $2k.

Absolutely love it though. Maybe the most comfortable mattress I have had. Next mattress will definitely be memory foam.

ETA: Oh yeah, it definitely sleeps hot. Only complaint. Have to keep the air down low at night and only use one sheet. Other thing I would worry about is to use a mattress pad or something similar underneath. After a night out of drinking, I tend to sweat or from bedroom activities sweating and I do not want the foam absorbing the sweat through a single bedsheet.



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SanDiegeauxSteve
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We bought one from Sam's Club and it cost around $600. It sucks big time. It was supposed to be firm, because my wife and I both have back trouble and need a really supportive mattress. Instead of supporting and cradling you like a Tempurpedic, you sink into your own private hole. It is really horrible. We've had it for over a year now and we want a new mattress, as we are in continuous pain from sleeping on this monstrosity. Not firm at all!





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Tiger n Miami AU83
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Maybe brand matters. The one I got had 3 levels of firmness. I got the one that was most firm and it is about perfect. And actually more firm than my previous non-memory foam.





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GaryMyMan
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Bookmarked





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swampdawg
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re: Experience with off-brand memory foam mattresses?


I appreciate all the feedback in this. Still weighing the options.

So folks with bad experiences - you prefer a standard spring mattress?






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lsunurse
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I saw a late night informercial for a new kind of foam mattress. Wish I could remember the name, but it looked interesting. Instead of one big block of foam it is several small sponges that form the base of mattress with a foam cover for it. Supposed to give more support in certain parts of the mattress. Supposed to "breathe" better than foam mattresses.





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ranger143
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re: Experience with off-brand memory foam mattresses?


Look at FXI These people make the foam matt. for
for everybody else.






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lsunurse
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I found the one I was talking about. Octaspring. Looks pricey though.


LINK






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