Which mattress should I buy?

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I need good mattress for my little son. What can you reccomend?
asked Feb 9 in General by Yanns (830 points)

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Can never go wrong with a king sized bed. But don't go joshua door, overpriced as hell. And all the beds look suspicously like doors....
answered Feb 9 by Diagin (430 points)
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May be a Casper mattress ( here is a review https://sleepissimple.com/casper-mattress-review/ ). I bought a Casper mattress two weeks ago for my older daugter, and she liked it very much. Thanks to its superior construction you can be sure that the Casper mattress will serve you for years without losing its firmness.

answered Feb 13 by Franklee (380 points)
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I advise you to choose a reliable and strong)
answered Feb 13 by Kulltt (660 points)
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Foam mattresses are generally firmer than innerspring. Foam beds have a longer life span, as the coils can lose their bounce. Futons a long lifespan, can easily be restuffed, and are very low maintenance, making them a great choice too. They are also firmer, offering great support for a young child’s growth and sleep. So I recommend foam, here you can find the best variants https://sleepmentor.net/best-memory-foam-mattress/.

answered Feb 16 by Lismen (620 points)
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You spend 1/3 of your life sleeping so get the best one you can afford!

It's a personal choice between foam or spring. Do your research on quality and price.  Some place simply rips you off on price and you can get the same thing at 1/2 the price elsewhere.

I've had a Cloud9 (foam) for over 10 years and it is still (almost) as good as the first day!  PS: they come in different firmness and that again is up to you to decide what you prefer.
answered Feb 23 by TriggerXI77 (2,300 points)
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I guess it's unusual to learn that you can get a 100-night mattress trial but here https://mattresscoupon.com/amerisleep/ you can see exactly what I am talking about. I don't know how it works and what are the conditions of a refund but the advertising event itself is quite interesting and shows that the manufacturer does care about the reputation.
answered Apr 17 by Trellkot (2,060 points)
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