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DreamFoam Mattress Ultimate Dreams 13-Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress, Queen
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- 13" Gel Memory Foam Mattress with 3" of Gel Memory Foam
- Three Layer construction: 3" of 4lb gel memory foam, 2" of 5lb memory foam, 8" base of premium base foam
- 100% Made in USA, 100% Made in USA components
- Compare to Cloud Luxe at a fraction of the cost
- It can take 24-48 hours for the mattress to take shape.
- The 13" Gel Memory Foam is our softest gel memory foam mattress
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Our beds are Made in the USA by our own employees. Dreamfoam Bedding prides itself on the quality of our products we make and the quality of our materials we use. Being the manufacture allows us to control every aspect of the manufacturing process. We are also a family owned company that loves to work with our customers to make every aspect of the mattress buying process simple and straight forward. We take great pride in building a referral system the allows us to help all our customers friends and family sleep great.
Queen Size 13-Inch Ultimate Dreams Lux Gel Memory Foam Mattress. Compares to the cloud luxe mattress. Provides a softer, cooler, more conforming feel versus traditional memory foam mattresses. Minimizes pressure points to relieve discomfort and reduce tossing and turning for a better quality sleep. Our mattresses are 100% Made in USA with 100% Made in USA components. Our mattresses are compressed for shipping with the benefit of not being compressed until the day your order is shipped. All other competing products are Made in China and compressed in a box and sitting on shelves for months. Our mattress is only compressed for small amount of time minimizing the amount of off gassing. This mattress only comes in one comfort level. The comfort level is not customizable.
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Top customer reviews
Like many of you, I was concerned about how this would retain heat. I like to sleep in a cool environment, and a mattress that would retain body heat would have been just as bad as sleeping in a sauna. I would say this mattress is pretty neutral in temperature. I would have liked it to have been a bit cooler, but, so far, I have not had to get up in the middle of the night because the mattress was too hot. It is extremely comfortable. It is not for someone who likes a very firm sleeping surface. If you want a firm memory foam experience, get an 8"- or 10"-thick mattress instead. I loved how the mattress allowed me to sink into it, like laying on a cloud, yet I felt very supported. I am a big guy, so it was nice to find that balance. My morning back pain began to ease right from the first night. Like all memory foam mattresses, it does take some time to get used to sleeping on foam versus a traditional mattress. You may need to allow yourself up to a month before passing final judgment on any foam mattress. This is my first memory foam mattress. The first few nights of sleep adjustments only served to improve upon my first night's experience. I cannot say my morning back pain has been eliminated; however, it is at least 90% improved, and a little weight loss should correct the last 10%.
Other reviewers of the Ultimate Dreams mattresses commented about how this mattress' comfort level was between a TempurPedic Cloud Luxe and Cloud Supreme. I was very skeptical at first. How could this be for a mattress that costs 75% less than the other two? I went to a local shop that had both the Cloud Luxe and Cloud Supreme and spent some time trying both of them out. I liked how both of them supported me and decided to try the Ultimate Dreams based on cost alone. I would wholeheartedly agree with the other reviewers- it really is between a Cloud Luxe and Cloud Supreme. Another potential issue is the chemical smell that often accompanies foam pillows and mattresses. I was pleased to learn that these mattresses are not compressed until you order one. The longer foam is compressed the harder it is to get rid of that smell. (I have 2 memory foam pillows, so I know how off-putting the smell can be.) There was virtually no smell when I unrolled the mattress. Within 5 minutes of unrolling, the mattress was fully usable- both in terms of function and lack of odor.
There are a couple of essentials you need to consider when looking at memory foam. You need to get a moisture barrier. Who would want to make a large investment in a mattress only to have it ruined by a spilled drink or accumulated bodily fluids? There are multiple barriers out there, and you should be able to find one to fit your budget. (If you buy this mattress, you can actually afford to get a really nice eucalyptus fibre barrier that dissipates heat.) You should also get a firm foundation like a wood or metal frame on which to place your mattress. I suppose a box spring frame could do for a short time in a pinch if money were really tight, but I would not recommend it. Memory foam works best when it is on a "rock solid" foundation. Amazon sells an easy-to-assemble wooden foundation with a slipcover that makes it virtually indistinguishable from a traditional box spring foundation.
I learned about this mattress very late in my search, and I was very glad that I did not buy one of my earlier choices. I would have spent too much to get, essentially, the same product. Also, many of the other memory foam mattresses that were in my budget were firmer by virtue of the fact that they were thinner mattresses. A comparable mattress to this one would easily run $2000 and above. It took a bit of faith, at first, to finalize the purchase. I had never bought a mattress online before. If I did not like it, it would have made an outstanding guest bed for the price. So, I felt there was relatively little risk in making the purchase. I have recommended this mattress to several of my patients, and I will continue to do so. It is made in the USA, and it is absolutely the best quality mattress for the price (as well as for many higher price points). Do yourself a favor and get this mattress. Your back and your wallet will thank you.
The bad news is that it takes some getting used to and/or modifying to deal with the absolute lack of side support. If you have a relatively conventional mattress you can sit on the edge of the bed without complication, however with this mattress the sides have no added support of any kind, so if you sit on the edge of the bed you sink in and begin to ooze forward and off the bed.
The same is true if you sleep anywhere near the edge of the bed - you'll find yourself listing towards the edge due to the lack of structure in the sides. For the first week I always felt vaguely seasick because I was literally sleeping at an angle, with my right-side (closer to the edge) noticeably and visibly lower than my left-side (closer to the center). My wife experienced the same issue, although to a lesser degree given that she's much lighter than I am.
EDGE SOLUTION: The other good news is that I figured out a relatively cheap, safe, simple mod that solves the issue. I wanted to upload a picture, but for some reason this item does not appear to be allowing customer images at this time.
We use our mattress on a platform bed, and the bottom of the mattress rests about six inches below the sides of the bed. I took pool noodles (3" diameter) and lined the left and right inner edges of the mattress platform with a double row of noodles (side-by-side), such that the far left and far right edges of the mattress rest on the two rows of noodles. This raises the edges up a couple of inches, which is barely noticeable when the bed is made, and creates a bit of support for the sides that prevents list-full sleep.
Once I was sure that this solution was working, I took the mattress out and used big, long, fat zip ties to gently secure the noodles in place so that they wouldn't migrate around whenever we moved the mattress (lifting corners for fitted sheets, rotating mattress for even wear, etc).
So far this solution is working *perfectly* for us, and although I feel I should ding the mattress a star for this issue I didn't because a) it's so darn comfortable and b) there are people for whom this won't be an issue (e.g. people who sleep alone in the center, very thin/light people, etc).
In any case, be prepared for a mushy edge experience and if you can handle it (or fix it) this is a great mattress.