Testing the Ergoflex third generation mattress
Hi All First to John and Ryan.
Thank you for creating a website with so much valuable information.
Understanding how a mattress is made what constitutes a “good one” is indeed a minefield.
I would like to add a couple of comments re memory foam products.
We have a had an Ergo mattress for the past 4 to 5 years.
I can say that it has provided a good many years comfort but it does take a while to adjust to that new sensation of it molding to your body.
We have followed the maintenance suggestions and have no dip or depression.
Also we have a wood slatted bed spaced every 2 to 3 inches and hasnt caused any issues.
One thing I can confirm is during hot weather they do retain a further amount of heat.
If you are in any way heat sensitive I wouldn’t bother.
We are considering changing from the foam to a springs/” title=”pocket spring”>pocket spring as my wife is at that time of life when the hot flushes are a problem.
We have ordered a 3rd Gen Ergo single as it claims to have a cool zone.
I have my doubts so my daughter is acting as a guinea pig as the single is for her room.
So my question guys that if this 3rd gen dosen’t work out then I have the following need.
King Size mattress medium firm, I have an occasional lower back problem.
Keeping cool is very important for the aforementioned reason.
Weights, I am 11.5 stone and the wife 12.50 stones.
Budget will be around £800.00.
Many thanks Chris .
Bear in mind that all Memory Foam mattresses will have a relative heat element associated and personally, I don’t think castelations or cutaways within the foam have the capability of offering anything in the way of increased airflow between you and the mattress.
|Upto 16 Stone / 50-101kg||Medium (1.4mm)|
|16 Stone / 101kg Upwards||Firm (1.6mm)|
|Available in Bespoke Products (Please Call)||Soft (1.2mm)|
The Kingsize mattress retails at £965 (Aug 2018)
Let us know how this works out for you.
Kind Regards Gary