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Buying a Bed?

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El Gringo
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2011/03/21 15:02:37 (permalink)

Buying a Bed?

Anyone know anything or got any advice on buying a bed?
 
I've been researching and found out a few things. Most seem to come with a "pillow top" but living in a hot climate it says that it may give off to much heat when sleeping and plus they can't be flipped.
The wife loves hard mattresses, which I guess are better for the back, and supposedly they are better for newborn babies (which we are expecting in 2 months). We found one without the "pillow top" by a Latin American company called Selther, which supposedly is as good as any others but you don't pay the huge mark-up like you do with companies like Sealy?
 
Anyone know anything about mattresses??
 
Thanks!!
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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/21 15:07:44 (permalink)
    Didn't know bed buying was so complicated?! Go to a bed/furtniture store, jump on some mattresses see which one you like the feel of, go online and find it cheaper, job done!
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    tebow
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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/21 15:10:45 (permalink)
    I have a pillow top and it is good. I sweat loads during the night and its fine. I've got a silent night one and it does the job. If heat is an issue I would avoid memory foam.
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    BIGDOWNUNDER
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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/21 19:59:55 (permalink)
    Should be the next largest purchase after your house and car-you need your sleep.

    I'll cross that bridge after i've burned it.
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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/21 20:01:06 (permalink)
    The one thing I've learned about buying beds is not to rush into it!
     
    Best to sleep on it.
     
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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/21 20:04:20 (permalink)
    Osagi

    The one thing I've learned about buying beds is not to rush into it!

    Best to sleep on it.

    Osagi

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    Re:Buying a Bed? 2011/03/23 12:32:07 (permalink)
    Job done - Bought one. It's made by Selther and it's pretty hard, but the wife likes harder beds.... Slept pretty well on it last night, feels good on the back.
    The father in law, in one of his many connections, managed to hook us up with a good deal with the guy in the shop so we paid 10% over cost price and got 6 months interest free to pay it!
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