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Sleep Sync 6-inch Twin-size Memory Foam Mattress
Transform sleep into an experience with the twin-size memory foam mattress. The 6-inch thick Sleep Sync mattress promotes air flow and relieves pressure points on the body. The terry cotton cover is hypoallergenic and is also removable and washable.
ITEM#: 13476146This Sleep Sync memory foam mattress promotes air flow and relieves pressure points. The removable, washable cover is made of soft micro-quilt fabric that provides cooling air flow to keep you dry and comfortable.
- Mattress measures 6 inches thick
- Materials: 1 inch of solid memory foam, 5 inches of reflexa foam
- Density: 3 pound memory foam, 1.5 pound reflexa foam
- Mattress measures 6 inches high x 39 inches wide x 75 inches long
- Memory foam resistant to dust mites and naturally antimicrobial
- Originally designed for NASA, this space age foam cradles the body, reducing pressure points that cause tossing and turning
- Temperature sensitive foam adjusts to body temperature
- Improves circulation
- Mattress eliminates motion transfer
- Never needs turning
- Disperses weight evenly
- Mattress can be used with existing frame
- Great for platform beds and slatted frames
- Meets all flammability standards
- Cover care instructions: Removable and machine washable
Memory Foam Tips:
- Remove from packaging within 72 hours to maximize memory foam expansion.
- Product arrives tightly packed. Unwrap and allow 48 hours for product to return to its original shape.
- Being sealed in plastic packaging sometimes traps odors. After unwrapping, allow to air for a few hours.
- There may be slight variances in the dimensions of the product.
Due to the nature of Memory Foam the firmness level of every item is unique. Be advised that even similar products may produce different firmness results.
Once opened this product is non-returnable.
|Manufacturer Warranty||20 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||Memory foam & Velour cover|
|Mattress Type||Memory Foam|
|Memory Foam Type||Memory Foam|
|Recommended Foundation Type||Platform|
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I ordered two of these twin memory foam mattresses for my tween' trundle daybed. They feel just the same as my $1500 Tempur-pedic mattress! My daughters both slept thru the night the first night we had them, which is very rare. The mattresses plumped up to full height within five minutes of opening the packages, and are very lightweight compared to my Tempur-pedic mattress. The odor was strong for the first few days, but has diminished some in the past few weeks. I sprayed Febreze on them to speed things along, but my girls haven't complained a bit about the smell. They love their new mattresses!Read More
I was looking for the new mattress for my 9 years old son's bunk bed. I read very positive review about this product by many people that I decided to purchse this one. This mattress met bunk beds safty requirment ( upper ), it was thin enough gives great support ,very firm. But not too hard . It was perfect for my son. he loves it. He is excited to sleep on it everynight.Read More
I have used memory foam mattresses before. I did not have high expectation from this product. But, I still can confidently state that this is good value for money. This has less memory than you would want from a memory foam mattress. But, it gives firm enough support. My 5-yr-old likes it. I bought this to go on the bunk bed. The earlier, 8-inch memory foam mattress on it was cutting too close to making the bed unsafe for the kid to sleep up there. This fit it right, is of right height and he sleeps like a baby. He couldn't tell the difference between his old memory-foam mattress (which I consider superior for a little more money) and this one. If you are particular about "memory"-foam, try a slightly more dense memory foam. But, if you are OK with just enough memory and foam-mattress for less money - this is it!Read More
I bought this mattress for a platorm bed that I also bought at O. It is very comfortable, not to soft but firm with the give I like in memory foam. It unfolded very quickly and did not have any smell to it. Would buy another one.Read More
Our god children ages 2 and 4 are getting settled in their new room and we bought them bunk beds We considered many mattresses and carefully read all reviews on Overstock. Our 4 yr old has many allures and asthma so we decided to go with the memory foam. We couldn't be more pleased with these mattresses. They plumped up perfectly , no smell, fit the bunks beautifully, and are the perfect height. I can lay on them and they feel comfortable , so an adult or teenager would be just as comfortable.Read More
Using this for an upper bunk mattress for my grandson. He loves it. Very comfortable and still below the rails for safety. Excellent purchase!Read More
Just as advertised. For the price I'm not sure that I could have done better. Fast shipping and Overstock is a great seller.Read More
Glad we ended up going for this one for our kids bunk beds.Read More
We bought a twin size for our 4yr old's new semi-loft bed. It's great for someone her size and maybe up to age 10-12, but I'm not sure it could support the weight of a teenager or young adult. I mean it could, but not very comfortably. I would recommend this mattress for a kids bed, but not to support an adult.Read More
Good mattress! Originally bought it for the trundle portion of my sons bed, but when it came he wanted to try it out as his main mattress...he hasn't gone back to the old one.. The styling of this mattress is cool and 6" is plenty thick for a twin size bed. No need for anything thicker (in case that's what you were wondering). I went to go measure my son's regular matress, an it's a 6" too. Pretty standard thickness I think. This mattress is slightly firm, but I wouldn't let that detour you. It's still supportive and comfy. My son went from a pretty plush/soft mattress to this one and he truly prefers this one. Oh, and you can't beat the price *** :)Read More
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Hello ABCanaday, the shipping weight is approximately 41 pounds. Thanks for shopping with us!
Why does the color say Red? I want to get twin mattress for a daybed to use in the small living room and do not want any red showing through the white/creme cover.
Im sorry that should not say red. I am having that fixed. Thank you.
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