Questions to consider when choosing Full Mattress Memory Foam Mattre
Ssecretland 14 inch Cooling-Gel Memory Foam Mattress is designed with three layers all-foam system, including 2.5 memory foam, 2.5 comfortable layer, 2" pressure relief layer and 7 high density base support foam for ultimate comfort. It includes a soft hypoallergenic cover that is washable for your convenience. Gel foam disperses temperature accumulation to maintain a constant mattress temperature. help your body for a more comfortable night's sleep. high-density base support foam provides surrounding support and responsive relief that helps evenly distribute pressure points in any sleeping position. This ergonomics design enables the mattress to mold to the sleeper's natural shape and keeps you cool while you sleep, it strikes a balance between firmness and softness. The foam has been certified by CertiPUR-US and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 without harmful substances like formaldehyde, mercury, and other heavy metals. eco-friendly and durable. The mattress meets CFR1633 Standard which means itself is hard to burn,therefore safe to use. Mattress ships compressed, rolled and shipped in a box conveniently delivered to your door for easy set-up They fit many frames, such as box spring, floor, slatted base, flat platform or adjustable bed. We are a manufacturer and have professional production and R D teams. guarantee the best price mattress you can get. Our bed mattress come with 10 years warranty. If for any reason you are unsatisfied, contact us at any time for support. NOTE: since the mattresses are compressed, rolled and shipped in a box, Please allow up to 72 hours for the mattress to fully expand. but may take longer due to other factors,like cold weather.
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Customer reviewsFINGERS CROSSED
i just now got my mattress, so don't have a lot to say yet gave it 4 stars, cuz so far, so good ... 1st, i want to acknowledge the local UPS guy - he went above beyond i had a path all cleared to the bedroom, expecting to be dragging the box thru, but the guy offered to bring it right in, set the box exactly so even offered to stay help me set it up i said thanks but i know they're busy was grateful he brought it all the way in for me : ... i immediately set about to opening it so it could start expanding/airing out ... i did NOT notice any unusual odors yet anyway ... i did notice as i was unrolling it that it was very cool probably a result of the vacuum packing ... it looks almost inflated already, but i have it up on its end in the window - so the top of the mattress is getting the fresh breeze i have 2 old fans on their last legs, the neighbors were throwing out blowing at what will be the bottom when i lay it down - i'm hoping all the air circulation might prevent any of the horror stories i've read about these types of mattresses :O ... it seems the bigger the mattress is, the more prone it can be to unpacking problems mines a double/full ... so fingers crossed that i don't experience any negative effects the way some have :/ ... the storms we were having have all blown over to Honolulu, so Hilo atm is sunny dry warm - optimal conditions for mattresses like this to re-inflate - i opened it right away upon receipt, so hope that helps, too ... when i have more info, i wish to update this - until then: fingers crossed ..... ..... ..... it's only been not quite a day mattress seems to be inflating well, tho i've noticed some lumps bumps in the base foam only - i'm hoping that's due to the fact it hasn't yet had a chance to fully expand. i haven't sat nor laid on it yet - i want to make sure i give it at least 3 days before putting any weight on it ... ... ... ... ... today marks the 72 hrs most of it's decompressed to about 14 1/2 ", tho some parts are still at only 13" still some bumpiness in the base foam --- am gona give it a few more days before i sit/lay on it cuz i imagine having that much foam sucked down to a few inches then go thru the shipping process for X amt of days is traumatic to the foam it takes some time to recover putting any wt on it seems like i'd just add to problems :/ but i lived w/out it this long so a few more days or so won't bother me - still haven't noticed any unusual odors, so i think all is going as it should be, am just giving it more than the recommended 72 hrs to see if the shorter areas plump up i think the bumpy ridges in the base are just parts that are still compressed need to inflate - fingers crossed lol ... UPDATE after having it out of the box a few wks now: well, i have sat on it laid on it to check it out it seems like it's gona be comfortable - but i still wnat to wait a while before sleeping on it every night ... the hard lumpy bumps ARE smoothing out the more acclimated it becomes i think it's just gona take time, after all, it was squashed/sucked flat to maybe an inch in thickness LOL ... one end has actually expanded to a bit over 15" the other end isn't quite 14" so far but i'm _not_ complaining: it's supposed to be healthy for us to sleep w/our feet slightly elevated than the rest of our body better heart circulation helps dispel fluid build up in legs, feet etc benefits you can google : so i intend to make the higher end the 'foot' of the bed tho the other end may continue decompressing gain more height i also am thinking: there's probably more lumpy-bumps inside the mattress that i can't see they still need time to adjust from being a large thing, sucked into a tiny space, then needing to re-expand back to it's original size that simply cannot happen in only a few days i fear putting any weight on it will interfere w/this process - so i'm content to wait even a couple months before sleeping on it, hope it doesn't ever develop problems i've read about on-line - as long as i can be patient let it fully acclimate decompress as much as possible after the trauma of it's compressing, i think it may be a very comfortable mattress for some years ... the company also seems to be thoughtful considerate.