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u/sandman1888 · 1 pointr/Mattress

DO NOT GET AN AIRBED! :-) You can buy a full mattress for under $200 in memory foam from a company called Zinus...they import from China but sell this mattress for almost what it cost to make it. Check it out at this link.

After you look at that, THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO is shop at your local store and let them know you saw this product on Amazon and have them show you something comparable. It is very important that you try it out first in my opinion since sleep is a big deal and comfort is critical to getting that kind of sleep. Shopping local is a good thing to do and most of those guys can hook you up.


I am in the industry and DO NOT benefit in any way from the suggestion, just trying to help you out. I write a blog on the mattress industry at for industry people...just want you to know that I am credible. :-) Good luck.

u/Krysiz · 2 pointsr/Mattress

I got

Which is sold by Sleep on Latex via amazon ( )- who is mentioned here frequently. The issue, however, is that they only seem to sell dunlop and from what I tried in the store I liked the bounce of talalay.

I got a 2" soft which will augment my mattress' current 2" comfort layer. I was going to go for a 3" but my wife is a back sleeper and so 2" felt like a good middle ground.

I also went with them because it ships via prime and reading the feedback they are responsive in case a return is needed and will help facilitate shipping back a giant king sized slab of foam. =)

I'm hopeful I can figure something out! My next step would be moving towards since they sell talalay toppers. Which on that note, I found their website section on how to build a mattress interesting.

u/bucknasty004 · 1 pointr/Mattress


We receive this question a lot and there are many ways to adjust your Ikea bed frame to work with Spindle's heavy latex. below is the information and here is the link to the article on Spindle's website, Supporting a Spindle with an IKEA bed frame.

Your on the right track with wanting to by new slats as well. Here is our recommendation on the specs for the slats, as well as the link. Proper support for a Spindle Mattress

  • Slats of solid wood, no less than 3/4” thick 1x3 lumber works great -- Oak, Fir, Birch, Tulip, Poplar, etc...doesn't matter -- just NOT ply- or fabricated wood
  • Slats spaced no more than 3” apart. Skimping can damage your Spindle
  • Center support[s] under slats with legs to the floor
  • Plywood is not recommended. It may flex; also can lead to mold/mildew

    Most IKEA frames will not offer enough support for a Spindle. Fortunately, the critical mass of IKEA customers has provided a robust hacker community and their DIY solutions can be found by exploring Google Images, YouTube or Pinterest.

    This YouTube video highlights one of the shortfalls and demonstrates one way to fix it.

    There are many other postings online with pointers on how to add support to your IKEA bed.

    DIY Bed Frame for $10 shows a basic solution.Reinforcing an Ikea Bed gets a bit more sophisticatedIkea makes Sultan, a leg for their center beam. You may be able to modify it to work with your bed.Bedclaw makes an adjustable height leg specifically for this type of application

    To reinforce your IKEA frame, the minimum modifications we’d recommend are:

  • Use solid slats [just get 1×3 from lumber yard or Home Depot, et al], or buy a slat kit like this one.
  • Add support legs to underside of center beam [we recommend using at least 2]
  • Add support beams with legs: Universal Bed Slats Center Support System Adjustable Tubular Steel with 4 Legs

    Additional support may be needed, depending on the way the bed is engineered. Thanks for coming to the Reddit community with your inquiry. We hope this helps and please contact Spindle if you need additional information.
u/g29fan · 2 pointsr/Mattress

>So it seems like Novosbed, the parent company, to logan and cove now owns a review site. They also pay the affiliate sites to post about their mattress.
>With that being said, i like the specs and am going to go ahead and buy one. I was debating between Logan and Cove and Hamuq, but I will try Logan and Cove first. Will update once I get it.



Ok, so you're going to do a review?

I do thank you for letting us know how much more shady this industry has gotten now that Novos owns yet another review site, but other than that, this gives us zero information. And if THIS is Canada's "Best Luxury Hybrid Mattress" then I've suddenly lost respect for a country I once held in the highest esteem. I know they're not a manufacturing powerhouse, but they can find something better on which to put their stamp of approval.

And that "mattress comparison" they have on there is shameful. There isn't one useful hint of information -

Case-in-point: According to their specs:


Eucalyptus-derived Fibre Top Cover
Silk Blend Pillow-Top Fill
1″ Cooling Gel Foam
1″ Contouring Eco-Foam

Mattress Core

2″ Supportive Eco-Foam
Individually Pocketed Coils

They have six layers - including the cover, "pillow fill" (i'll give you a hint how much silk they use) and the innerspring. This is deceptive in and of its own.


And THIS that they're comparing to:

Yeah....I am at a loss for words. Anyone who pays that much for that Sealy must be trippin' on something better than what I got.


u/mspoller · 2 pointsr/Mattress

Yea, the shipping time was a bummer, but hopefully that wait will be worth it. Here is the frame we got, its the same as the one on their site just cheaper and Ken, the owner of AZPM recommended it:

Zinus Smart Base

I did look at the Eco sleep but I don't think it's all natural Talalay and we liked the CombiZone coils which are an upgrade from the uniform coils of the Eco Sleep. We figured if we were going to spend on a mattress, we might as well drop two hundred more and get a better mattress. You can definitely feel the zoned coils.

u/morgf · 2 pointsr/Mattress

I'll divide the good DIY-mattress zippered mattress covers into three categories based primarily on the top surface.

  1. Thick wool quilting: These are the most common type, with examples of SleepEZ, Spindle Mattress, and Arizona Premium. This is generally the most expensive type of cover. The thick wool batting provides two primary benefits -- it meets fire-retardant regulations with a natural material, and it adds a breathable layer on top of the mattress (useful if the inside material is not as breathable as wool). I do not count the padding the wool provides as a benefit, since most materials people use inside the cover will be better for pressure-point relief than wool batting. In fact, that is the primary disadvantage of thick wool batting in the cover -- it masks some of the feel of the material inside, especially soft latex or memory foam. I do not recommend this type of cover for memory foam (or slow-recovery latex), and it is probably not the best for any of the softer varieties of latex (say, ILD less than about 25).

    "Natural Cotton Cover Quilted to Wool"

  2. Thinner wool quilting: I only know of one in this category, and I have not tried it myself. I suppose it would be a decent choice to go with a soft-latex layer, although I guess it would still not be a good choice for memory foam or slow-recovery latex.

  3. Unquilted stretch-knit: There are many sellers of this type of cover, but a lot of them are only a few inches thick (intended for toppers). There are several sellers that have this type in thicknesses up to 12-in. The primary benefit of this type of cover is that it does little to mask the feel of the underlying material, so it is a good choice for soft latex, slow-recovery latex, or memory foam. But that is also the source of the primary disadvantage -- since it is thin and stretchy, it does not provide much strength to hold the material inside, especially in the sidewalls. And if the underlying material is not breathable (eg., closed-cell memory-foam), then the cover will not help much to make it more breathable. This type of cover should be good enough for an all-foam mattress (since the individual foam layers tend to stick together on their own), but I would be wary of using this kind with a hybrid coil layer, unless perhaps the coils are sandwiched between layers of dense foam. Alternatively, to make a hybrid coil mattress with very soft foam, the coils could be placed inside a category (1) or (2) cover, and then the soft foam could be placed on top of that as a topper inside a thin stretch-knit cover.

    "4-way Stretch Non Quilted":

    "Double Knit Mattress Cover or Heavy Organic Cotton Mattress Cover":

u/bryantech · 1 pointr/Mattress

I bought the twin version of this bed for my daughter a little bit over a month ago she absolutely loves it she has been a tosser interning type of sleeper for most of her life now she barely moves if at all at night. This is all natural latex over pocket coils it will last 20 years unless you drop it down some stairs or something like that. problem with normal memory foam is start breaking down because of the oils in our skins and sweat stuff like that after two or three years. The manufacturer is only been selling since it looks like Christmas on Amazon and I will admit that they don't even have a website that I can find I don't worry about the warranty because that's always a nightmare to get anything warranty anyways but natural latex has a 15 to 20 year lifespan.

don't get caught up on name brands on mattresses look at the components that are actually inside the mattress instead I'm actually doing is a do-it-yourself mattress now that's going to be all latex and I'll be able to do it for around $1,000.

When I bought its manufacturer had at least a hundred a return policy through Amazon.

I did this voice to text on my cell so I will edit any typos a little bit later.

10 inch Latex Hybrid Coil Spring Mattress/Cooling Bed in a Box-Pocket Innerspring Mattress/CertiPUR-US/20Years Warranty Full/Firm But Comfortable (Full)

u/Mitzy_r · 2 pointsr/Mattress

You should look at exactly what is supporting the bed right now. There should be at least a couple center supports holding up the middle of the bed. If those are missing or broken you just need to figure out how to prop it back up again.

Being there is no boxspring you probably have lots of slats under the mattress and as long as they are not broken or warped beyond repair, beefing up your center support should be sufficient to make thing stable again. Worst case scenario, beef up the center supports and get a couple pieces of 3/4" plywood to put across for support as well. Just make sure it is evenly supported on the sides and center. Or you could go with something like this: and just pull out your existing support system. I wouldn't mess with anything like you posted in your link.

Beyond that its tough to say without actually seeing what is going on under the bed. Your mattress may or may not be ruined, just really depends on how bad it was and how long it was like that. Get your foundation right and go from there.

u/misslion · 2 pointsr/Mattress

I came across this one when I was doing my own search. I ended up opting for something else, but it should fit the requirements.

Unrelated, but most bed in a box companies are...not great. You want to find something with more quality materials if you're looking for something good.

u/dbcooper4 · 1 pointr/Mattress

For a foam or hybrid mattress I would get something with 3” or less between the slats. If the slats aren’t 3” or less lot of online mattress companies won’t honor their return policy. I have this one and it works great. I slid my hybrid onto the ground and it felt no different than it does on this base. The Zinus base you linked to should be very solid.

Zinus 4 Inch Low Profile Quick Lock Smart Box Spring / Mattress Foundation / Strong Steel Structure / Easy Assembly, Queen

u/dgamr · 1 pointr/Mattress

You absolutely do not need the Casper foundation specifically for the Casper mattress, the foundations are all pretty similar. These look marked up a lot, even compared to traditional retail.

I don't recommend the Zinus mattresses, but their foundations / frames / storage frames are pretty good & inexpensive, and I've heard good nothing but things about them:

Check Casper's latest terms to see what restrictions (if any) they have on the mattress return policy (visible damage and not using a foundation typically invalidates the warranty / return policy of a few bed in a box offerings). They might specify slats or something like that.

The foundation you choose will affect the feel of the mattress to some extent, but not a lot. The main thing you can do with the foundation to make the whole experience a bit firmer (if you end up wanting that) is to build or buy a bunkie board (which is basically just a sheet of plywood between the mattress and the foundation).

And if it's not obvious, huge gaps in the slats are going to cause some wear and tear on the mattress. For example, a 4"-6" gap is fine (12" is not).

u/Horse_trunk · 1 pointr/Mattress

I have/ had the same problem. I bought a DIY mattress w 8'' coils and a 3 in soft latex topper. It was a solid 7/10 on the firmness scale, which is not ideal for a side sleeper. I like the durability of latex/ springs, so I'm fine with it. I bought a microfiber topper on Amazon and it made the bed more comfortable. I also like the fact that years down the line, if the bed does start to get too soft, I can just remove the topper and go from there. Not sure what topper you tried other than memory foam, but something like this might be a good option.


u/zingsp · 1 pointr/Mattress

That sounds like a good plan to me. I ended up going with the medium firmness.

I already own a box spring ( in particular)

I hope it's adequate for the mattress I'll be getting and won't need to be replaced as well!

u/Vaginite · 1 pointr/Mattress

Can I ask you a question about foundations and bed frames ? You seem very knowledgable about the subject. What are you supposed to put a 9" natural latex mattress on ? Do you need a metal bed frame + a foundation ? Is [this] ( type of frame good for a latex mattress ?

u/dapala1 · 1 pointr/Mattress

I got this for a mattress I was sleeping on in a rented furnished house. It's been over 18 months and I love this topper.

u/rpgedgar · 1 pointr/Mattress

I bought this one to add to a firm mattress and found it comfortable:


I'm your weight and height.

u/val319 · 1 pointr/Mattress

Assuming you want reasonable to put it on without box springs. Zinus Shawn 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation / Platform Bed Frame / Box Spring Replacement / Quiet Noise-Free / Maximum Under-bed Storage, Queen otherwise the floor.

u/Kevtavish · 1 pointr/Mattress

Zinus 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation/Platform Bed Frame/Box Spring Replacement/Quiet Noise-Free/Maximum Under-bed Storage, Queen

Would this be a good example? Sorry for pestering, I'm all so new to this and I don't want to get the wrong thing lol