Ergoflex Memory Foam Mattresses?

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Not got one of those exact ones, but I despise ever buying a stupid memory foam mattress. Prepare to bake if you get one so if you do not like to get too hot during your sleep, avoid.
 
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i had a memory foam pillow and it was terrible. it was the most uncomfortable thing i have slept on.
not sure how the matresses are, but i would never buy without trying.
 
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I knew someone who had a memory foam pillow and was proud of it, I don't know why because it was stained yellow and he never told me why.
 
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Not that kinda thing I'd buy without going and testing it out first to be honest, it's a lot of money to spend if you end up hating it.

I'm looking at a new bed/mattress at the moment and it's a bit of a minefield, so many different types. Just gonna go along to a big showroom, bounce on a few then buy the one I like the most :)
 

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i had a memory foam pillow and it was terrible. it was the most uncomfortable thing i have slept on.
not sure how the matresses are, but i would never buy without trying.

What one did you have? I have a Dreams 100% Memory foam one and it's excellent, moulds to head shape and goes back to pillow shape after.

It did cost £50 though.


As for mattress, have a 3 zone Silent Night one and it doesn't bake at all and my bedroom stays warm due to it being sunlight facing most of the day.
 
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Don't worry too much about the sale, they're one of those endless sale companies so there will be a new one very soon. I bought one last year and am perfectly happy with it.

It's pretty firm, but I don't find I get especially hot in it or anything. My girlfriends back problems cleared up a lot after getting it.

The reviews on review centre are genuine - they take you straight there to review after registering the warranty. However I'm certain that memory foam buyer's guide is a 'fake' website owned by a single person, who also has a couple of other pro-ergoflex websites around. I don't know if he's affiliated with them but it's a bit weird / dodgy. I did a lot of digging around with whois etc. to work out the details but I've forgotten them by now..

edit: ah yes bedsforhome.com is the other main website... "we here at bedsforhome.com" all sleep on ergoflex mattresses... all meaning one person, who is the same person as the above website.. meh
 
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