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Thread: Weekend type thread - What is the best mattress?

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    Default Re: Weekend type thread - What is the best mattress?


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    I kinda followed Dodgy's recommendations in the end (online/in a bag/100day trial), allied with signing up to Which for an additional overview, so one Rem-Fit 500 Hybrid Ortho Kingsize mattress ordered (Best Buy on Which 2019) with a stonking 30% discount as they're out of stock and I'm in no hurry

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    Default Re: Weekend type thread - What is the best mattress?

    I find that a sleeping bag on the floor of a tent that's laid over grass which could really do with a mow is very comfortable.

    Its what I use annually at Pembrey and it works a treat. I've even been known to have a bit of a snore

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    Default Re: Weekend type thread - What is the best mattress?

    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPygmy View Post
    I find that a sleeping bag on the floor of a tent that's laid over grass which could really do with a mow is very comfortable.

    Its what I use annually at Pembrey and it works a treat. I've even been known to have a bit of a snore
    iirc I stated as fact that a Exped Synmat 7 is as good as it gets when it's about comfort in the OP, but being so low down makes watching the tv in bed a bit of a pain, hence this thread. I also draw the line at sharing the bedroom with a lawn mower

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    Default Re: Weekend type thread - What is the best mattress?

    Quote Originally Posted by melons View Post
    iirc I stated as fact that a Exped Synmat 7 is as good as it gets when it's about comfort in the OP, but being so low down makes watching the tv in bed a bit of a pain, hence this thread. I also draw the line at sharing the bedroom with a lawn mower

    1. Never assume anyone reads the OP
    2. thread says "weekend" and "mattress" in the title.....


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    I bought one too. I'd decided on-line there was a John Lewis own brand, firm, pocket sprung one for about a bag. I went and lay on it and didn't like it at all. Tried a few others in the shop and none of them seemed perfect.

    I then went to MattressMan, was lying on a few when the salesman asked what I wanted. He recommended a cheaper one which was extra firm (pocket sprung, British Bed Company IIRC). It felt perfect. It was about half the price of the original John Lewis one. I bought it. I'm very happy with it. The only issue was it's so high / tall I've had to buy new fitted sheets too but that's not a terrible thing.

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