This is not something you see every day – a combination between memory foam and spring mattress. On the picture included below you see all the details and how the mattress is structured on the inside.
I‘m not a big fan of this combination, because I don‘t think springs and memory foam go well together as a matter of resilience on the memory foam towards the springs. Still this edurolater pad is supposed to solve that problem and although I have no idea what exactly edurolatel pad is I can only assume it‘s made of a harder material in order to separate the springs from the tender memory foam and not let them hurt it or misshape it. If it works, I think it‘s a good idea. Other than that the 2 pieces of memory foam combined create a 3.5in thick memory foam layer which in my opinion is not that much, but for the price given for the mattress – $161.54, I‘ll say it‘s ok. Another thing that worries me are the sizes. As given in the website they are:
- Jr. Twin Ottoman(Ottoman – a low upholstered seat used as a footstool) – $161.54
- Jr. Twin Chair/Sleeper (additional cost) – $320
- Full Sofa/Sleeper (additional cost) – $435.38
If you‘re like me and thinking what Jr. Twin dimensions are here‘s what‘s given in the description:
Dimensions: 9.00″ H x 28.00″ W x 21.00″ D.
The Jr. Twin Chair/Sleeper Dimensions: 28.00″ W x 54.00″ D
The Full Sofa/Sleeper Dimensions: 36.50″ H x 84.00″ W x 39.00″ D
Even for measures like those I say the prices are pretty good deal. I’m still not so sure about the quality. As I already said – the combination‘s bugging me. If you’re ok with it try the mattress, who knows it may be a good one.