What do people think of this bed and any advice on beds?

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/60-Seattle-S-King-Leather-Bed-Memory-Foam-Mattress_W0QQitemZ320146377429QQihZ011QQcategoryZ131587QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItem

Good value or what?

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11 Responses to “What do people think of this bed and any advice on beds?”

  1. Caitlin B says:

    That is such a cool bed. And yes that is a really good deal! I think you should go for it. Good luck!

  2. deni says:

    the item has ended….you link doesnt show a pic of it

  3. Barry L says:

    Have to sleep on it !

  4. lol says:

    i think its a really nice bed, im looking for a new one myself and this one is lush!
    too pricey for me tho….

  5. beverley1156 says:

    Personally,I would never pay that price for a bed! In my area (sleaford,lincs) there are 3 big wharehouses that sell beds much cheaper than that,so I would have a look aroung that sort of place in your area.

  6. littlebethan says:

    I got a similar one, for a similar price from furniture village. show around before you commit. Nice bed though!

  7. EndOfDays says:

    I’d find something else to sleep on. That’s a might steep in price.

  8. gemma r says:

    i see they sell memory foam mattresses on ebay for king size beds from about £150 upwards. check and see if this mattress is a top of the range one cos they could just be sticking a 200 quid mattress on it and charging you 400+ for the bed. the main thing when buying a bed is the quality of a mattress and you want it to last quite a while. i saw in his feedback aswell that he has sold a couple of kingsize beds with delux foam mattresses for 300. read his feedback carefully and have a look around. if this is a good mattress he is selling though then it is good value as a decent mattrress could cost a grand or more. xx

  9. kitkat says:

    Now that you have found the bed you want, shop for a cheaper price.

  10. syllylou77 says:

    Yes, it’s a really good value. The cheapest true memory foam bed I know of is like $700.

    For a mystery shop I had to go in and pretend I was interested in purchasing a memory foam bed. I couldn’t believe the difference. The salesman told me to lay down with keys in my pocket. I couldn’t even tell they were there. When I got up you couldn’t even tell I had laid down.

    All the true memory foam beds come with a 10 or 20 yr. warranty so that’s a big plus in itself. You don’t have to hassle with flipping the mattress, another big plus. They were developed by NASA for astronauts.

    You can buy just the thin mattress for like $228. in Wal-Mart. But though 2 or 3 inch ones helps immensely with back problems to get the full benefits it needs to be at least 5 inches thick. It’s definitely worth the investment either way.

    You could also try googling "wholesale memory foam" and possibly get it cheaper. But that is a good price.

  11. Mary from the Dairy says:

    It’s not a very thick mattress is it and the base isn’t sprung either, only wooden slats. You can get memory foam mattress toppers this thick and much cheaper to go on top of your existing mattress.
    If you’re in the U.K I’d suggest you have a look round Dreams or Bensons beds first. They both reduce most things and both offer interest free credit. Just remember that Latex mattress’s aren’t as good as Memory Foam.
    My daughter got a beauty in Dreams last week, Rest Assured king size, fully sprung base with two big drawers (handy for storage) pocket sprung mattress with a separate mini memory foam mattress stitched on top (about 20Cm’s) thick – covered in the same material as the rest of the bed. Plus a burnished metal headboard, all for £900.
    Have a good look round first, at least you’ll know what it’s like if you see another one you like on E-Bay.
    The headboard is definitely Eva, I think the bed is Caress but not too sure

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