does it come with the frame
Love this bed-top mattress unit. Rotate it but do not flip it each month....
Sarah Peyton Convection Cooled 8-inch Queen-size Memory Foam Mattress
Experience a cool sleep in this queen-size eight-inch memory foam mattress. This Sarah Peyton mattress features an open cell structure that displaces warm air to provide comfort and regulate temperature and a high-density base foam for ample support.
- 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 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 60 inches wide x 80 inches long
- Remove from packaging within 72 hours of receipt to maximize memory foam expansion.
- This product arrives very tightly packed. Unwrap and allow 48 hours for this product to return to its original shape.
- Being sealed in plastic packaging sometimes traps odors. After unwrapping, allow product to air for a few hours.
- Due to machine-cutting manufacturing processes, there may be slight variances in the dimensions of this product.
Memory Foam Tips:
Due to the nature of Memory Foam the firmness level of every item is unique. Please be advised that even similar products may produce different firmness results.
Once opened this product is non-returnable.
|Mattress Type||Foam Memory Foam|
|Memory Foam Type||Foam Memory Foam|
|Recommended Foundation Type||Bed Slats Box Spring Platform|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Distributor|
|Materials||Memory Foam, Cotton|
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Love this bed-top mattress unit. Rotate it but do not flip it each month.Read More
Do not buy this item. It is of very low quality and had to be replaced in less than a year.Read More
We bought this mattress to go on a platform bed which was also purchased from Overstock. It is for our spare bedroom and our recent quest found the mattress to be very comfortable. I slept on it and also think it's a very comfortable mattress. I never slept on memory foam before and was very pleased with the feel. There is a slight chemical smell when you first unroll the mattress. We aired it for a few days and the smell was gone. It also took a few days for the mattress to rise to its eight inch height after being compressed for shipping. I am glad I purchased this product and would definitely recommend it.Read More
This is an entry-level foam mattress from what I've seen during my research. Being a first-time foam-only mattress customer, I had my reservations but for <$300 price rage, 8" and cooling gel, I decided to give it a try. Here's a list of what I wanted in this new mattress: 1. SUPPORT - Firm support throughout the body 2. COOLING - Stays cool during the night (I tend to sweat a lot during sleep during WINTER) 3. ODOR - Chemical-like smell not lingering too long 4. ADJUSTING SPEED - Foam adjusting to body heat within a few minutes at most Here's a list of how the product stacked up: 1. SUPPORT - All-body support, even distribution of my weight allows toss-free, comfortable sleep 2. COOLING - So far I haven't woken up with sweat drenched back so I think cooling technology works 3. ODOR - When I got the mattress, the chemical-like odor wasn't too bad. Nonetheless, I put it on my living room floor and ran the air purifier on HIGH for a day. When I started using it, I never had odor problems. By all means if you SNIFF it deliberately, it WILL have that chemical smell, but not enough to bother you in your room or when you're sleeping on it. 4. ADJUSTING SPEED - As a spring mattress user of past, I do at times like sleeping on my sides and worried if the foam would adjust too slowly and cause muscle/spine strain. However, the mattress contoured to my body relatively quickly... like within a minute or two at most, and delivered great comfort. Overall, this is a great low-priced mattress for anyone who's starting out living alone or buying the first mattress. It obviously won't compare to a $2000 spring + memory foam topper mattress or a $4000 Tempurpedic, but does its job and does it WELL. For additional info, you can put this directly on floor (I'd put a sheet underneath or something to keep it clean) or do what I did and buy a $70 metal bed frame from Spa Sensations (Sold through Walmart.com) and get a nice elevation + mattress support. (Plus 12" clearance for storage under the bed) This is a great first-time foam mattress I can recommend for budget-conscious customers.Read More
this was a big fail.. bought mid-range foam mattress and felt cheated... good for about 3 months and then a distinctive dip developed in the middle of the mattress. That;s the worse thing to happen in a bed.. never mind firmness and softness...the dip rendered this mattress unusable after a year. big waste of money... had to shop for another one.Read More
I am 5ft 8inches and about 230 lbs. I wanted to try a different type of bed as I had a old spring mattress so I got this one (and it was much more expensive back then). It took some time getting used to, as it is still warm, even with the "Cool sensations" Also, it does not bounce at all...you sink in after a few minutes. After sinking in, you pretty much don't move the rest of the night, because it would take a conctrated effort to move, since you've sunken in. When I wake up in the morning, I realize that I haven't moved all night and that my rear end is basically touching the boxspring because I've sunken in so much. This is where the bounciness comes into effect...normally I'd be able to kind of rock myself out of bed and be able to 'bounce' out, but in this quicksand type bed, I have to really put some effort in getting out of bed. Obviously have not moved all night leaves me a little sore and stiff as well. Side note: I apologize for being crude but this is definitley something I've noticed as well. This bed, again due to the sinking, quicksand-like feel, doesn't lend it self well to procreation.Read More
This is one of the most comfortable mattress I have owned. We bought a $$$ mattress from serta from another store and that was suppose to be a pillow top and it was super stiff and really uncomfortable. We returned that mattress. So we wanted to go back to a memory foam. and this is the best one. I just have to say I save half of our money and it felt like a $$$$. Totally worth every penny!Read More
Product was everything as stated. Not too difficult to handle, or set up. Very comfortable, much better than any "traditional" mattress.Read More
I received the product undamaged and on time. I opened the package and we are still waiting for the mattress to expand to the 8 inch thickness. So far it is 5 inches thick. I am calling service today, to see what I need to do.Read More
For the price range, I recommend trying a mattress with a thicker 'topper' foam. The mattress comes rolled up, and is actually very easy to maneuver and roll on to the bed frame. I have had a Tempurpedic for 4 years now, and am so very in love with the quality of the Tempurpedic, but was purchasing this as a guest bed. I realize it is not fair to compare to a higher quality piece, but naturally, I at least have to compare the level of comfort to set the standard: 1) WHAT COVER? The description says it comes with a cover; mine definitely did not arrive covered in anything but the plastic for shipping. To Be Continued with Overstock... 2) COMFORT: The mattress feels great to lounge on, watch a movie, etc. Having slept on it for the first night, I woke up with back pain and shoulder aches, suddenly searching for a yoga workout to help realign my muscles to move normally once again. Granted I have had the bed only 4 days, so maybe it will get softer, but I have read that the top foam layer makes all the difference in quality of these types of mattresses, so would have possibly spent $50 extra to get an 11 inch thick foam mattress with a thicker top layer. 3) ODOR: There is an odor after 4 days, which I am hoping will continue to dissipate. 4) OVERALL: My guess is that this mattress is no different than other brands in the 8-inch, inexpensive foam bed category. However, I truly would not recommend to a friend. (I promise I don't work for Tempurpedic, but they run deals constantly, such as no interest for 4 years, which equates to a $45/ month payment for 4 years with no interest.) If you are purchasing this bed as someone hoping for a better night's sleep than a regular mattress, or with hope that it will compare to a higher-end foam mattress, it would be best to consider a Serta or Tempurpedic or another well-known brand where you can try it in the store first.)Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello shaunana, this is the mattress only. We do have a wonderful collection of platform beds that would work with this, you'll simply search "queen platform bed" to see those options. Thanks for shopping with us!
what is the ILD rating on this Item #12531540??? And what is the high-density base foam number please
Hello mercedes51, the ILD is 14 for the mattress and 18 for the base foam. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can this mattress sit on the floor or does it need a frame?
This mattress can be placed on the floor or a bed frame.
Would this item have latex in it or in the cover? (latex allergy)
No, it does not have latex.
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