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Too thick for what? I think this is actually one of the thinner memory foam mattresses (6" is about as thin as I've seen). There is a 2-3 inch layer of memory foam on the top, the rest is a good quality high density regular old-fashioned foam. If you go thicker, in most instances you're not getting more memory foam, y… see more Too thick for what? I think this is actually one of the thinner memory foam mattresses (6" is about as thin as I've seen). There is a 2-3 inch layer of memory foam on the top, the rest is a good quality high density regular old-fashioned foam. If you go thicker, in most instances you're not getting more memory foam, you're getting more of the foam under the memory foam (except for those pricey ones that try to razzle-dazzle you with all manner of proprietary foam layers). You really just have to decide a couple of things:
1. Will your sheets fit an 8" mattress?
2. Will the bed end up about the right height for sitting on (we all do... to take off shoes, etc etc)
We bought the twin XL for my mothers hospital bed. Her old mattress was 6" and she was bottoming out on it. This one she says is unbelievably comfortable. She loves it!
It's a good mattress... I don't think you'll be sorry. And the price is killer! see less
Too thick for what? I think this is actually one of the thinner memory foam mattresses (6" is about as thin as I've seen). There is a 2-3 inch layer of memory foam on the top, the rest is a good quality high density regular old-fashioned foam. If you go thicker, in most instances you're not getting more memory foam, you're getting more of the foam under the memory foam (except for those pricey ones that try to razzle-dazzle you with all manner of proprietary foam layers). You really just have to decide a couple of things:
1. Will your sheets fit an 8" mattress?
2. Will the bed end up about the right height for sitting on (we all do... to take off shoes, etc etc)
We bought the twin XL for my mothers hospital bed. Her old mattress was 6" and she was bottoming out on it. This one she says is unbelievably comfortable. She loves it!
It's a good mattress... I don't think you'll be sorry. And the price is killer!

TexasPrairieGal
· November 25, 2013
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These mattresses typically take 48-72 hours to fully decompress, but they can take up to one week to fully decompress in some cases. You can sleep on the mattress during this time, sleeping on the mattress will not slow down the decompression process.
Sleep Revolution
Seller · July 1, 2015
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We have had this mattress for 2.5 years and there are definitely noticeable imprints and a ridge in the middle where neither of us sleep. We are both ~200 pounds, and admittedly we didn't rotate it as much as we should have. We only expected it to make it 2-3 years though based on the price, and that's what happened.
An Egg
· December 2, 2018
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Yes, it's really great that you don't have to buy the box-spring. I have a queen size memory foam mattress that I've had for going on 5 years now and it is on a platform frame with wooden slats, and the mattress does not ever change shape, or sink down, but has given constant continuous support all this time! My husb… see more Yes, it's really great that you don't have to buy the box-spring. I have a queen size memory foam mattress that I've had for going on 5 years now and it is on a platform frame with wooden slats, and the mattress does not ever change shape, or sink down, but has given constant continuous support all this time! My husband and I are both thrilled with this mattress and only paid around $400. I also love that I don't have to flip the mattress over, however, I do swing it around occasionally moving the head of the mattress to the foot. Note: I am actually looking for an 8-inch memory foam mattress like my queen for my aunt who lives in a rest home, and her mattress there is a normal innerspring mattress which is caving in, and I think this 8-inch memory foam mattress will need to sit on top of her box-spring because otherwise she would need a completely new frame, and I don't think the furniture can be changed, i.e., change with a new bed frame -- so I'm hoping that it fits the same size as the mattress that is there so it can be swapped out without any issues! see less Yes, it's really great that you don't have to buy the box-spring. I have a queen size memory foam mattress that I've had for going on 5 years now and it is on a platform frame with wooden slats, and the mattress does not ever change shape, or sink down, but has given constant continuous support all this time! My husband and I are both thrilled with this mattress and only paid around $400. I also love that I don't have to flip the mattress over, however, I do swing it around occasionally moving the head of the mattress to the foot. Note: I am actually looking for an 8-inch memory foam mattress like my queen for my aunt who lives in a rest home, and her mattress there is a normal innerspring mattress which is caving in, and I think this 8-inch memory foam mattress will need to sit on top of her box-spring because otherwise she would need a completely new frame, and I don't think the furniture can be changed, i.e., change with a new bed frame -- so I'm hoping that it fits the same size as the mattress that is there so it can be swapped out without any issues!
Ruby7
· April 30, 2019
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The firmness level of this mattress is rated a medium (6/10; 1 being firm and 10 being plush) in firmness rating. Generally, the thicker the mattress, the more plush/soft the mattress will be. The 8" is designed for back sleepers. The 10-12" is designed for back/side sleepers. The 13" is designed for all around sleepin… see more The firmness level of this mattress is rated a medium (6/10; 1 being firm and 10 being plush) in firmness rating. Generally, the thicker the mattress, the more plush/soft the mattress will be. The 8" is designed for back sleepers. The 10-12" is designed for back/side sleepers. The 13" is designed for all around sleeping, including on the stomach. see less The firmness level of this mattress is rated a medium (6/10; 1 being firm and 10 being plush) in firmness rating. Generally, the thicker the mattress, the more plush/soft the mattress will be. The 8" is designed for back sleepers. The 10-12" is designed for back/side sleepers. The 13" is designed for all around sleeping, including on the stomach.
Sleep Revolution
Seller · December 14, 2015
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This product question got sent to me, but I didn't purchase this product. However, I have purchased a few memory foam mattresses at this point. My advice would be to purchase firmer, and then if its too firm you can buy a 2-3 inch soft topper to help soften it up a little. You can always add and make softer, but if y… see more This product question got sent to me, but I didn't purchase this product. However, I have purchased a few memory foam mattresses at this point. My advice would be to purchase firmer, and then if its too firm you can buy a 2-3 inch soft topper to help soften it up a little. You can always add and make softer, but if you buy too soft there is no way to adjust. Also, if this mattress ends up being too warm, purchasing one of the cool foam toppers really can make you more comfortable. This is what my husband and I did and we absolutely love our bed now. see less This product question got sent to me, but I didn't purchase this product. However, I have purchased a few memory foam mattresses at this point. My advice would be to purchase firmer, and then if its too firm you can buy a 2-3 inch soft topper to help soften it up a little. You can always add and make softer, but if you buy too soft there is no way to adjust. Also, if this mattress ends up being too warm, purchasing one of the cool foam toppers really can make you more comfortable. This is what my husband and I did and we absolutely love our bed now.
Abby Freeman
· January 23, 2016
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Our Green Tea Memory Foam mattresses feature a convoluted high-density foam base layer, which provides maximum airflow. Our Ultima Comfort Memory Foam mattresses includes a solid high-density base layer for more support. Hopefully, this helps you find a mattress that suits your preference.
Zinus
Manufacturer · December 13, 2017
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No, I strongly think it won't expand in length or breadth. In thickness, i can still believe but in length and breadth it doesn't.
Erichest
· March 5, 2016
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You want the one that has cooling gell in it. I have pillows like that and they got rid of my night sweats.
Ozzie Love
· February 10, 2017
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It did not fit in my trundle which is 33" wide, kind of an odd size. The reason I ordered this one is that it is 100% foam and I put it in my trundle but it overhangs, so I am going to trim it down to fit.
Kaitlyn C
· August 23, 2017