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Sarah Peyton Firm Support 10-inch Queen-size Memory Foam Mattress with Pillows
This firm-support,10-inch, queen-size, memory-foam mattress will be the only mattress youll ever need. Advanced next-generation foam on a polyurethane base gives you all the support you need, and a removable cover provides for easy cleaning.
ITEM#: 12144601This bedding accessory helps to provide a great night's sleep night after night. The mattress is composed of 2.5-inch advanced 'next generation' memory foam on a 7.5-inch polyurethane base.
- Rest in total comfort on a memory foam mattress
- Bedding accessory is sure to help you enjoy a great night's sleep night after night
- Composed of 2.5-inch advanced 'next generation' viscoelastic (memory) foam on a 7.5-inch polyurethane base
- Supportive 4.0-pound density memory foam eliminates back and joint pain associated with most common mattresses
- Meets all flammability standards
- Tested for phthalates, lead, toxic elements in packaging and all other applicable state and federal regulations
- Aloe vera-treated mattress cover is zippered for easy removal and washing
- Memory foam guards against mold, mildew and dust mites
- Mattress never needs turning and can be used with any existing box springs or platform bed
- Includes two bonus contour pillows
- Mattress dimensions: 10 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.
|Dimensions||60 inches wide x 80 inches long x 10 inches high|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Distributor|
|Mattress Type||Memory Foam|
|Memory Foam Type||Foam Memory Foam|
|Recommended Foundation Type||Bed Slats Box Spring Platform|
|Tags||Comfortable Quality Value|
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I don't know how this mattress could be considered firm. If you sit on the edge and are over 175 lbs. you will sink to the bottom. You cannot return this product once it has been opened. If you lie on your back and don't move it might be considered firm for a light person.Read More
If you're looking for an inexpensive mattress for a few years this is a great deal. My wife and I purchased this mattress in 2010 and we just ordered a Serta from Overstock yesterday because despite rotating the mattress often to avoid indentation there is still a hump in the middle of the bed which made it very uncomfortable very quickly. I often see reviews completed within the first few weeks of owner ship so I was hoping to provide necessary feedback after owning the product for a longer period of time. It was the greatest bed until about 6 months ago. I am hoping we will get a longer life out of the name brand Serta 11 inch mattress than we did the 10 inch Sarah Peyton firm mattress which was only about *** less than the Serta. This mattress expanded quickly and had little odor and was a great deal however if you purchase it make sure you keep the product info and warranty information so that when/if this happens you can have all things needed for warranty. We made the mistake of throwing it out.Read More
Item was exactly as described. It's very firm but at the same time gently conforms to your body after just a few seconds. I'm sleeping like a baby. Actually looking to buy another one soon. It's worth every penny. Great buy for the price.Read More
I bought this for a spare bedroom and its a very good value. I put this mattress on a platform bed with no box spring at all and its a beautiful value. Don't cheat yourself by buying a spring mattress and boxsprinig that will wear out in a year or two. Every bed in my house now has memory foam on it.Read More
I've only had this bed for a couple of months. It's really too soon to write a review of it's long term benefits. I have read other reviews online and cannot compare it to those of other brands. However, I can critique what I've experience and feel that it's firmness is good and up to standard on it's firmness. Memory foam is def better than the spring beds. Good bed!Read More
This is a piece of foam, there is no memory-foam characteristic to it. It lacks the density any legitimate memory-foam. For a queen size matress to only weigh 65lbs is impossible. I shined my bright SpecialOps light from work through the sides of the mattress and it went right through. There is no core/base within the matress, this just a solid cut out of low-grade foam. I am annoyed that I was misled by the item description, rest assured, you will not see any handprint if you press into this mattress as illustrated in the picture. The sleep comfort is medicore, but nothing comparable to the sensation of laying down on the Tempurpedics that I tried out in stores. This is a decent product for $300 dollars cheaper. You do NOT get what you pay for. You will regret this purchase.Read More
I've had this mattress for about 6 months now. This memory foam mattress has ABNIESHA!!! There is a dent on my husband's side and on my side! We are not large pepole. The first month or two this mattress really helped my husband's back (we got the firm), after that, it was all down hill. I really wasted our money on this one!Read More
I purchased this bed and received it within two weeks. It weighs around 40 lbs and the mailman did call and delivered it to my door, which was nice. I opened the mattress and it immediately puffed up to full size. All corners, the body, etc. all came to the same height. Mine did expand to the full 10 inches and it did NOT have any weird odors. The cover is nice and typical of that of any other tempupedic. I put mine on top of my old box spring and it is much longer (about 5 inches) than the base and it is wider a couple inches too. I have sheets from my Queen size double sided pillow top that fit nice. The cover on the bed makes it very warm to sleep on and without central air, I think I'd die. In the winter I'm sure it will be nice. My bed was firm the first day and I actually wished it would have stayed as firm. I am 27 years old and by no means am out of shape, but my boyfriend and I laugh that it's hard to get in and out of as you do sink in with use. I have had my bed for about a month now and you can sink in more in areas that are used frequently and the areas that aren't are still firm. I do sleep well on the bed, but I can't say it's my best night sleep ever. I had purchased this bed since a friend of mine parents have a name brand tempurpedic and I slept on it for a night and that was AWESOME sleep. I will say you get what you pay for. The quality is nice, it is comfy, but if you are overweight or have bone/muscle issues, I would not recommend this bed to you. If you plan on moving the mattress once you open it up, please let me tell you it is hard to move as there are no handles, grips, whatever like on a standard mattress so you must use a lot of muscle and lifting. I do sleep on the bed for now, but I plan on putting my old mattress back on the box spring and putting this bed in one of my guest rooms on a platform frame. Hope this review helped you! If it helps you any, I am 5ft 9 inches tall and I must say that my feet do not hang off the bed and that is sooooo nice! My boyfriend is 6ft 3inches and he too said that is a nice bonus!Read More
I received the mattress and unpacked. I laid it out over the floor and it did not expand within the 24 hours. Inthe end, it only expanded to 74 inches (about 6 inches short of the full length) I had to buy a body pillow to fill the gap in the bed.Read More
I was really surprised when this matress arrived because it was rolled up and didn't look as thick as it was supposed to be. Once it was open though and put on my box spring, WOW it blew up! I have always liked a medium matress and my hubby likes firm. I decided after researching quite a bit that a firm memory foam matress was the way to go since I have learned that they will actually soften a LITTLE over time. It took a couple of weeks to get used to (I've always had spring matresses) but we are BOTH sleeping great! I would definately advise the Protect-A-Bed Full Waterproof Mattress Protector with this product but also with ANY matress you want to purchase so that any fluids that my accidently be spilt won't seep into the matress. Also be sure to pay attention to the thickness reguarding sheets. The Luxury Manor 800 Thread Count Cotton Sheet Set fits this bed perfectly!! I read other comments about the smell issue. I was really concerned about this because I have a sensitive nose and stomach. I didn't have any problem with this. The smell was gone within a couple of hours.Read More
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Hello zoezoe2013, this mattress does not come with any type of foundation. Thank you for shopping with us. Shelia B
where is this made?
Thank you for your interest in the Sarah Peyton Firm Support 10-inch Queen-size Memory Foam Mattress with Pillows. This particular model is made in China. Hope this helps. Thanks.
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