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Thread: Help on mattress decison

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    Super Member QuiltnLady1's Avatar
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    May 2011
    We have a sleep by number bed and have had it for years. We love it -- only have room for a queen though I would love a split king.

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    Feb 2011
    Carlisle, PA
    Mimi, I hope you have an IKEA nearby. If so, go there and check out their memory foam mattresses. Myrbaka I believe is their best memory foam mattress. I bought a Sultan Finnvik model last year in queen size. It was less than $500 and the best mattress we have owned to date!! They are not hot, they fit in the back seat rolled up, of course, of your car. We put it on a platform base and let it breathe for four hours. That night, I fell in love all over again...with my mattress!! It is so comfortable! Save yourself a lot of money and check it out before you shell out $2k or more for that tempurpedic!! They now sell Myrbaka, the replacement for the Sultan.....The king size is $599!!!
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    Super Member Jeanne S's Avatar
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    Tulsa, Ok
    Quote Originally Posted by ladydukes View Post
    For those of you who have the split king mattress, how comfortable/uncomfortable is it in the middle of the bed? Can you feel the split? How well do the mattresses stay close together?
    I can't vouch for the middle as the reason we bought the split king is because each of us like to adjust the bed differently---my husband has the head up quite a bit, and I like my feet up. When the two sides are at different levels, the middle isn't a good option. If you both like the same adjustments I think it would be fine. The two beds are heavy and stay together, no moving around---they are on casters that lock. Also, after a few months the places you lay the most get softer than the other edges--although all of it is really comfy and great on the back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I have a Tempurpedic mattress, used it for 10 years in Oregon and hope that it will still be comfortable now that I'm in SoCal. My son and his wife had one in SoCal but thought it was too hot. I've used a topper, but its comfort depends very much on the quality and comfort of the mattress beneath it. There are also other brands of memory foam mattresses, usually less expensive, worth looking at.
    My DD has the too warm problem with her temperpedic, so we put a thick polyester mattress pad on top under the sheets, and got her a little clip on fan to point toward her as she sleeps, and problem solved. The mattress pad helps circulate the air around you....which the "mattress protectors" that I bought with mine, (to get the twenty year warrranty) do not, but I still use them all the time. Enjoy SOCal!
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    Aug 2011
    Charleston SC
    I have a tempurpedic mattress on both my beds and they are awesome...

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