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Sarah Peyton Convection Cooled 8-inch King-size Memory Foam Mattress
This mattress has an open, memory foam cell structure and comes with a velour cover. The memory foam mattress is topped with a 2-inch-thick, 4-pound convection cooled memory foam layer that circulates air using unique air flow ducts.
ITEM#: 12531543This mattress has an open, memory foam cell structure and comes with a velour cover. The memory foam mattress is topped with a 2-inch-thick, 4-pound convection cooled memory foam layer that circulates air using unique air flow ducts.
- This mattress has an open, memory foam cell structure that allows cool air to displace warm air
- Topped with a 2-inch-thick, 4-pound convection cooled memory foam layer that circulates air using unique air flow ducts
- The 3-inch core foam support structure contains air flow channels that directs cool air throughout the mattress
- The 3-inch high-density supportive base foam helps mold your body
- Mattress never needs turning and can be used with any existing box springs or platform bed
- Features Medium supportive firmness
- Overlaid with a non-flammable fabric, this memory foam mattress meets all flammability requirements
- Tested for phthalates, lead, toxic elements in packaging and all other applicable state and federal regulations
- The velour cover is easily removable, and is machine washable
- Memory foam guards against mold, mildew and dust mites
- Originally designed for NASA, this space age foam cradles your body, reducing pressure points that cause tossing and turning
- Dimensions: 8 inches high x 76 inches wide x 80 inches long
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The firmness level of every item is unique. Be advised that even similar products may produce different firmness results.
|Mattress Type||Memory Foam|
|Memory Foam Type||Foam Memory Foam|
|Recommended Foundation Type||Bed Slats Box Spring Platform|
|Warranty||30 day Distributor|
|Materials||Memory Foam, Cotton|
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Finally talked my husband into getting something new after having back surgery. We both are sleeping better. Good price.Read More
The mattress does not last. I had mine around 3 years, and it started to come apart and collapse. I talked to Pania in customer service and she did a wonderful job listening to the problems that I had and took care of them.Read More
My husband purchased this mattress 4 years ago. Some of you are probably wondering after 4 years why write a review, and the reason why is because I always thought he purchased this through *** and not overstock. Anyways to the point. When we got the mattress it was so comfortable we never wanted to get out of bed. I woke up refreshed and with no shoulder or back pain love it. After a 1 year we noticed the mattress started to loose its shape and it does not fit a king size bed no matter what everyone has said. We measured our bed and our bed measurement are correct but yet this product hangs off our bed from both sides. Yes we rotated it and it still did not fit. Needless to say after 4 years this product sucks. We have had to purchase a new mattress that cost us over $3,000 in order to get the comfort that we thought we would get with this product. I do not recommend anyone to waste their money on this product. And yes you are probably well it only cost $400, the point is if I would of know that this mattress sucked I would of invested that money towards a better one.Read More
Like other reviewers, this is my first "non traditional" mattress. I am used to the big, bulky, spring mattresses that require a fork lift to get into your bedroom. I took a gamble due to the really great sale Overstock was having and ordered it. It arrived within a week and looked like an area rug all wrapped up. It was easy to move it into the bedroom due to how it was packaged. I opened it, rolled it out on the floor (just like a rug) and gave it a few hours to take shape. It still wasn't completely "inflated" after 2 hours (maybe 5" or so) but I assume when I get home from work today it will be the full 8" high. I did sleep on it last night though, because I was sick of sleeping on an air mattress while I waited for this foam one to arrive and it was fantastic. It's not super soft, but not super hard. It doesn't "mold to your body" like they make it seem. When you get up there isn't an indent in the bed like from the movie Psycho. But it is very comfortable to sleep on and I can wait until tonight when it's the full 8"! Also - the mattress also had no odor at all.Read More
Never had a memory foam mattress before. Kinda worried about all the talk of them heating up... this one is excellent, not to mention, we love our king size bed and has been the most comfortable mattress we've had. My husband suffers from lower back pains and has not had any on this mattress. I would definitely recommend it to anyone....Read More
It arrived on a Friday, You are supposed to let them breathe. We did not. As soon as it was out of the packaging it found it's true shape. It is encased in a cover, it is a true mattress. I had been cautioned by friends that I may be getting a "topper" rather than a mattress. With that, I had horror images of just memory foam arriving. Not so. Not even a full week and both of us are sleeping better. His getting up in the middle of the night is not waking me. We are not hot. Back feels better. Hope this lasts.Read More
It was very easy to transport the mattress while in the packaging. It was easily manageable to move to the bedroom unassisted. And while there is a distinct new odor (surely because of packaging), a liberal application of an odor-eliminating product is all it needs. While we have only had the mattress for a few weeks, both my husband and I feel like we are sleeping better at night and waking up more refreshed. We are still very pleased with the purchase and the price.Read More
I have been looking for a mattress for awhile now and they are exspensiver for Memory foam. Some are too hard, soft, etc. I bought this mattress for a king size bed, I replaced it from our IKEA foam mattress. This one is a lot nicer. Our old mattress had gone hard and flatten out after years of use. The price on this one was incrediable. It came within 6 days of ordering, let it breathe for 24 hours and put on our bed. It is great. I am really enjoying this mattress. Price, firmness, size were all as stated, Really great! If you have never slept on Memory foam before, I would suggest you check out before you buy, they are different from standard mattresses. I am so happy I purchased this mattress, get some pillows to go with it and you will sleep like a baby!Read More
I was slightly hesitant about buying a memory foam mattress online. However, knowing what needs I have for proper back support, I did my research and finally decided to cough up the cash. Since the mattress was so affordable online, I figured I can stand to lose a few hundred dollars and take a risk. The mattress arrived a week earlier than I was quoted and it was actually ready to use that evening. My husband and I saw a difference by the next morning. The size, shape and firmness of the mattress was spot on to what was described online. Within a week, neither one of us had back aches, although we both suffer from chronic back pain, and we've both been getting the best sleep ever since we got this mattress. I did not see a difference in this mattress and a similar brand name memory foam mattress that I would have had to have paid thousands of dollas for. I am very happy with this product and would buy it all over againRead More
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Hello withitgal, this mattress has a four pound density. Thanks for shopping with us! l.b.
What's the comfort difference of the 8" compared to 10" memory foam mattress?
They have the same structure and composition. The only difference is the height of each layer of the mattress.
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