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Ultra Resort Foam Top Innerspring 10-inch Twin-size Mattress
Sleep soundly every night with this innerspring twin-size mattress. This high-quality mattress retains its original shape with advanced, high-density foam. Its ultra-coil design gives you a flat sleeping surface without the risk of falling.
ITEM#: 13685747Enjoy a restful sleep with the 10-inch foam top independently wrapped coil mattress. Sleep to the edge technology uses firmer edge coils that allow for a more usable sleeping surface and the ability to sit on the edge of your mattress.
- Construction: High density 2-pound foam on top of 8 inches of independently wrapped coils
- Support: Medium
- Materials: High density foam, independently wrapped coils
- Mattress: 10 inches high x 38 inches wide x 75 inches long
- Ultra coil design gives you a flat sleeping surface without rolling off the bed
- 435 pocketed springs
- Heavy duty 12-gauge independent coils eliminate motion disturbance from your partner's movement
- Provides excellent support for your back through layers of foam and soft fiber placed inside the mattress just above the coils
- Medium firm independent support coils adjusts to your unique sleeping style
- Keeps true form with the high density foam reducing body impression
- Stretch knit Jacquard cover
- Uses standard sheets
- Rolled for easy delivery and no damage packaging to easily be moved into rooms with narrow stairways and small doorways
- Eco-friendly and efficient product design uses less fossil fuel based components
- Various components are recyclable at the end of use
Compressed Mattress Tips:
- This product arrives very tightly packed. Please unwrap and allow 72 hours for this product to expand.
- Due to manufacturing and packaging processes, the coils may become compressed and may cause slight variances in the dimensions of this product. Shaking the mattress to loosen the coils will bring the mattress back to its original shape.
Once opened this product is non-returnable.
|Mattress Type||Innerspring Pocketed Coil Spring|
|Thickness||10 Inch 5 Inch 8 Inch|
|Memory Foam Type||Foam|
|Recommended Foundation Type||Bed Slats Box Spring Platform|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||High density foam, Coils|
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Slept like a baby on this mattress. Excellent deal for a bargain price!Read More
Very comfortable - especially for a 4-year old child.Read More
Very unsatisfied. Received a 9in mattress and thought I was sent the wrong one. Customer Service was great to do a quick return although I had to lug the mattress to the UPS store. Was just sent my replacement. Received the same mattress as the first time. This mattress is only 9in (per the tag). Disappointed in getting something not as described.Read More
What a surprise to have a dufflebag delivered to our home only to find it was our new mattress for a guest room twin bed. Following the easy to read directions, allowing plenty of room to remove from bag and "unwrap" up popped this very attractive, quilt topped twin mattress. Our guest who is sleeping on the mattress says she has had really good nights sleeping. Great buy, would buy another.Read More
perfec for a spare bed, got it to go on top of the fold up frames.Read More
The mattress is 3 inches shorter than a standard twin, and although described as being 10 inches in thickness, it is a little less than 7 inches thick. Instructions say that by 72 hours after opening and removing the protective cover, the mattress will expand to its full size. It has now been open for over three weeks, and has not expanded any in size. Because of this, the mattress covering is loose and wrinkled, and the mattress does not fit the twin bed frame. The "plush foam top" is close to non-existent.Read More
For what I paid, I could of gotten a better mattress elsewhere, it was convenience I was looking for. Its just not a comfortable mattress.Read More
Def what I needed for my 5 yr old's new platform bed. Very comfertaable.. its good as it is, but would like to get a pillow top to go on top.Read More
I needed a real twin size matress that wasn't entirely made of foam for a trundle bed that my son sleeps on. This matress fit our needs perfectly. It has springs, but they are covered with foam for comfort. My son is older, so he can appreciate the quality of the matress, and it is not too tall for the bed. For the size, the price was also perfect!Read More
Like other reviewers stated, the mode of packaging for shipping purposes was amazing. The mattress did come compressed and rolled up in a giant duffle bag. Once the mattress was out of the bag, it did indeed plump up (after a couple of days) to it's full thickness. We got this to put in our RV and so far, so good. Standard twin sheets are slightly large but no big deal. I personally sleep on this mattress and have been very comfortable. I thought it was a great value for the $$. Would recommend.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello ditomi, This has a foam top so you would not be able to use the other side. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can you use a mattress heater pad or electric blanket with this mattress?
Hi hilltexan, yes, it is perfectly fine to use an electric blanket with a memory foam mattress. Thanks for your interest, hope this helps!
will this mattress fit with the drubbed twin size frame?
We are sorry, but we are unable to provide this information at the moment. We will do the necessary research and reply as soon as possible.
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