InnerSpace-Indulgence-Memory-Foam-Mattress

Innerspace Indulgence Memory Foam Mattress

A mattress somehow different from the last two reviewed – it‘s again a memory foam one, but here you‘ll notice how much the quality of that same foam matters when it comes to good and comfortable mattress. The previous two mattresses we offered you were 2 layered memory foam ones with total thickness of 10″. This one is of total 6″ thick and is made by 1″ of plush, Visco-elastic memory foam and a 5″ Elioform base. What‘s the difference? Thickness is one of the indicators of good memory foam. Usually higher density memory foam is used for the thicker bottom layer as it‘s harder and makes a nice base. The lower density memory foam is used for the thinner upper layer of the mattress as it is softer and comfortable – both (or more if there are more layers) make one good comfortable mattress. For instance the last mattress reviewed was made of 7″ thick memory foam for the bottom layer and 3″ thick one for the upper layer. This one (considering the given parameters) is made of 5″ thick memory foam bottom layer and only 1″ thick memory foam upper layer – which is absolutely not enough on my opinion. Especially with a price of $729.00. The mattress is highly uncomfortable and gets a lot of bad reviews – justified ones by all means. 1″ of memory foam is basically no memory foam at all. We‘ll show you the mattress features just because we have to, but we, just like many other people who’ve purchased it, do not recommend it. See the features:

  • Measures approx. 76″ x 80″ x 6″
  • For use with height-adjustable bed frames, platform beds or slatted frames
  • Jacquard cover – 47% cotton/23% polpropylene/30% polyester
  • Fill – polyurethane foam pad
  • Dry clean removable cover
  • Comes with manufacturer‘s 30-day no-obligation sleep test
  • Comes with manufacturer‘s 20-year limited warranty
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Once again for this price you should get something much, much better, so don‘t waste your time and money with this one. It is simply not worthy. Oh, and if I were you I wouldn‘t trust the “almost sold out” sign – if it‘s out of stock it‘s probably because they‘ve removed it from stock.

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