Matratze, mattress

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I used to have a pocket spring matress, the only thing better that that was a waterbed. but that would probably be above 500€.

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I've done well with memory foam mattresses.

The Tempurpedic ones are crazy expensive, but there are cheaper clones like Sealy.

I was astonished when I recently got a very decent memory foam mattress from Ikea, of all places. It might not live as long as an expensive one (and Ikea firm = Tempurpedic medium), but a couple of years worth of good sleep for 200 Euros (for a single mattress, 90 cm wide) sounds like a very good deal.

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RedMidge, which ones did you like? The one I mean was the "Matrand" model.

There's a heavier, more expensive memory foam model called "Myrbacka" (300,- for same size), too.

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2 hours ago, Metall said:

RedMidge, which ones did you like? The one I mean was the "Matrand" model.

There's a heavier, more expensive memory foam model called "Myrbacka" (300,- for same size), too.

Thanks! I will check Ikea up. I have seen people rejected Ikea on other +-same topic; but i will check it out. 

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18 hours ago, FreundlichM said:

Thanks! I will check Ikea up. I have seen people rejected Ikea on other +-same topic; but i will check it out. 

 

Yes, the cheaper thinner models (39,- for a single width mattress!) Ikea has been carrying for decades are not very good.

Only look at the top models in memory foam or latex - they have an area where you can lie down on them and try.

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Are the memory foam mattresses anything like the memory foam pillows as far as heat retention is concerned?

 

I gave up on my memory foam pillow because its too hot for me - I literally get a "sweaty head" from it, which I otherwise only get from cheap synthetic pillows. But since the head/pillow area is where there is a lot of body heat lost, I never know it theres a technical difference between the memory foam pillows and mattresses.

 

Are the mattresses good at allowing your (sensitive) skin to breathe?

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