Mattresses Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of mattress would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Could do better
Myself and wife sleep separately due to her severe back issues. She has an ikea mattress so thought i would grab one too as mine was due for an update. Have now owned it for 3 years and its starting to sag. Im a side sleeper and get awful hip pain from this mattress and have just added a memory foam topper to ease the pain. Its better but still not right. Cant be stuffed returning it as too much hassle. Was only around $200 on special anyway. Figure i got my moneys worth but wont go ikea again. Guess whos going mattress shopping soon?!!
Great for a spare bedroom, but not for nightly use.
I’ve had this mattress for a year so far, and for $250 it’s about what you’d expect. I have the firm model. It’s made very well and the quality is great, however it’s not terribly comfortable. I had to put a thick mattress topper on mine within a few weeks of getting it. If you’ve got back problems or require a supportive mattress, look elsewhere.
Ms. West Aussie
Strong; Quailty; but not for comfort.
good for a budget mattress. I chose firm; got firm. however, it is more like a base and needs a mattress topper or pad if you are a side sleeper.(unless you slender, or have no curves). That will cost an additional 100 or 200$ more, with only 1 or 2 yr warranty; which is useless. Better off to pay more, and get a longer warranty for a complete, comfortable mattress.
Mattress in catalogue looks plumper than actual. Website pic is more truer. And contrary to website description, it does not have," A generous layer of soft fillings adds support and comfort."
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