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u/kaidomac · 0 pointsr/Mattress

I just got a queen Zinus "Green Tea" memory foam bed. Currently $289 shipped on Amazon:

It is pretty firm. I actually ordered a 3" gel topper because of the firmness (you sleep on top rather than sinking into it), but that proved to be too squishy (the topper leaves an imprint of your body when you roll). I have a 2" topper on another bed & imo that is the right level of squish vs. firmness: (the bed is firm to the point where my side wasn't sinking in & was kind of being compressed instead, like when you lay on thin carpet when watching TV or something)

Also, I picked up their awesome 18" tall frame:

TONS of storage space underneath, easy to setup (2 pieces that screw together & fold in half, lightweight & only requires one person to assemble...literally takes more time to unbox it than put it together), no noise in use, plus with the 12" Zinus bed, it's at a good height to walk up to & fall into bed. You will need a grip sheet underneath, otherwise the bed will slide off pretty easily:

I also recommend getting a waterproof sheet (goes underneath the regular sheets), as any spills will sink directly into the foam mattress & never, ever come out:

I got these Mellanni sheets - they are thin, but feel nice:

Slightly better than the Amazon Basics sheets I have on another bed. I have a plastic bin underneath the bed for storing a spare set of sheets & waterproof sheet (both are washer/dryer-safe). Total comes up to under $600 shipped for a 12" memory foam bed, 2" gel topper, 18" metal bed frame, a non-skid pad for the frame, two sets of sheets, and two waterproof mattress sheets. I was going to get a Casper or Leesa, but those were like $800 just for the bed...I got all that for $200 less, still a pretty hefty investment, but a decent deal. Other than that, you just need some pillows & a duvet or blanket on the top.

The mattress comes vacuum-sealed in a box, so you just undo it from the packaging & let it air out for a day or two to fully decompress. The frame comes in a large but thin box (two frames folded in half with some assembly hardware). I didn't have to mooch a truck off a friend or go to a mattress store or anything...ordered it all off Amazon Prime, showed up in a couple days, put it all together by myself in minutes. Easy peasy. Would definitely order another one!

u/mspoller · 2 pointsr/Mattress

Yea, the shipping time was a bummer, but hopefully that wait will be worth it. Here is the frame we got, its the same as the one on their site just cheaper and Ken, the owner of AZPM recommended it:

Zinus Smart Base

I did look at the Eco sleep but I don't think it's all natural Talalay and we liked the CombiZone coils which are an upgrade from the uniform coils of the Eco Sleep. We figured if we were going to spend on a mattress, we might as well drop two hundred more and get a better mattress. You can definitely feel the zoned coils.

u/Mitzy_r · 2 pointsr/Mattress

You should look at exactly what is supporting the bed right now. There should be at least a couple center supports holding up the middle of the bed. If those are missing or broken you just need to figure out how to prop it back up again.

Being there is no boxspring you probably have lots of slats under the mattress and as long as they are not broken or warped beyond repair, beefing up your center support should be sufficient to make thing stable again. Worst case scenario, beef up the center supports and get a couple pieces of 3/4" plywood to put across for support as well. Just make sure it is evenly supported on the sides and center. Or you could go with something like this: and just pull out your existing support system. I wouldn't mess with anything like you posted in your link.

Beyond that its tough to say without actually seeing what is going on under the bed. Your mattress may or may not be ruined, just really depends on how bad it was and how long it was like that. Get your foundation right and go from there.

u/misslion · 2 pointsr/Mattress

I came across this one when I was doing my own search. I ended up opting for something else, but it should fit the requirements.

Unrelated, but most bed in a box companies are...not great. You want to find something with more quality materials if you're looking for something good.

u/morgf · 3 pointsr/Mattress

My usual recommendation for people who are looking for a quality mattress at the lowest possible price is latex-foam over pocket-coils. You already have the QF and UH in your list. If you want something like the UH but a little less expensive, there is the Eco-Sleep. It is quite similar to the UH but uses a less expensive Leggett & Platt spring layer, which should still be a decent spring layer (you give up 3-zone and some height), and uses Talalay blended latex instead of all-natural latex.

As usual, I recommend calling all the sellers you are considering to discuss your needs, and be sure to ask about shipping times and return policies.

Room Doctor has pretty good prices for decent bed frames, but you need to call to buy the slat-upgrade option that provides extra slats so you have less than 3-in spacing between slats.

If you need a less expensive bed frame, there is this one from Zinus:

which seems to get decent reviews, but I'm not sure how that one will hold up over the years since it is a new design.

u/dbcooper4 · 1 pointr/Mattress

For a foam or hybrid mattress I would get something with 3” or less between the slats. If the slats aren’t 3” or less lot of online mattress companies won’t honor their return policy. I have this one and it works great. I slid my hybrid onto the ground and it felt no different than it does on this base. The Zinus base you linked to should be very solid.

Zinus 4 Inch Low Profile Quick Lock Smart Box Spring / Mattress Foundation / Strong Steel Structure / Easy Assembly, Queen

u/dgamr · 1 pointr/Mattress

You absolutely do not need the Casper foundation specifically for the Casper mattress, the foundations are all pretty similar. These look marked up a lot, even compared to traditional retail.

I don't recommend the Zinus mattresses, but their foundations / frames / storage frames are pretty good & inexpensive, and I've heard good nothing but things about them:

Check Casper's latest terms to see what restrictions (if any) they have on the mattress return policy (visible damage and not using a foundation typically invalidates the warranty / return policy of a few bed in a box offerings). They might specify slats or something like that.

The foundation you choose will affect the feel of the mattress to some extent, but not a lot. The main thing you can do with the foundation to make the whole experience a bit firmer (if you end up wanting that) is to build or buy a bunkie board (which is basically just a sheet of plywood between the mattress and the foundation).

And if it's not obvious, huge gaps in the slats are going to cause some wear and tear on the mattress. For example, a 4"-6" gap is fine (12" is not).

u/zingsp · 1 pointr/Mattress

That sounds like a good plan to me. I ended up going with the medium firmness.

I already own a box spring ( in particular)

I hope it's adequate for the mattress I'll be getting and won't need to be replaced as well!

u/di3gopa · 1 pointr/Mattress

You have a couple of options, but as morgf said, you should probably try them out if you can before getting them to see which one feels better to you.

A couple of options:

Memory Foam:

Latex will last more, but at the same time is more expensive. It really depends on what makes you feel better. I would suggest to go on a 3" topper instead of a 2" topper, it will give you probably that softer/plush feeling you are looking for. On the latex one, you should get the soft version offer.

u/rentdn · 1 pointr/Mattress

Well it's a good option, but I see they have increased the price, I remember it was priced 999$ for full size. I've checked today and with their 200$ off it will be priced 200$ more. That's a big difference.

Please have a look to this one also

Another solid option

u/val319 · 2 pointsr/Mattress

You’re welcome. FYI not something like this. Allersoft 100-Percent Cotton Bed Bug, Dust Mite & Allergy Control Mattress Protector, Twin 12-inch more something like this SERWALL Queen Mattress Pad Cover Cooling Mattress 8-21" Deep Pocket Cotton Snow Down Alternative Mattress Topper Pads or this oaskys Queen Mattress Pad Cover Cooling Mattress Topper Cotton Top Pillow Top with Down Alternative Fill (8-21” Fitted Deep Pocket Queen Size) just as examples. Something that has a quilted barrier

u/Not_A_Red_Stapler · 1 pointr/Mattress

I found another one that's closer to your ideal price of $300 ($289 for a queen).

That said the $200 one will probably do you better since you presumably need money for a frame of some sort as well (and a mattress pad and sheets get the idea).

u/wardroid · 1 pointr/Mattress

The bed frame in bassett is customized -- here's the link -- and it looks like it will have its own wood base (so I probably need to unscrew the stands) if I buy this

Below it the initial one (queen -- but its fully customizable)

Not sure what S&F is but I dont think we have it here in the tri-state area.

I have considered Tempur really hard but from the looks of it -- $3500 will not be enough.

I dunno really -- this Stern and Foster is really tempting but the reviews I read about it regarding sagging is scary. Yes, it will be great .. but it breaks easily // usually right after the warranty ends which is not acceptable in my opinion.

u/Vaginite · 1 pointr/Mattress

Can I ask you a question about foundations and bed frames ? You seem very knowledgable about the subject. What are you supposed to put a 9" natural latex mattress on ? Do you need a metal bed frame + a foundation ? Is [this] ( type of frame good for a latex mattress ?

u/AThoughtPolice · 1 pointr/Mattress

At that price point I am pretty sure they are all going to feel the same.

I almost ordered one of these

LUCID 10 Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress - Medium Feel - CertiPUR-US Certified - 10-Year U.S. Warranty - Queen

Ended up getting a Nectar instead, 650 range.

u/dapala1 · 1 pointr/Mattress

I got this for a mattress I was sleeping on in a rented furnished house. It's been over 18 months and I love this topper.

u/rpgedgar · 1 pointr/Mattress

I bought this one to add to a firm mattress and found it comfortable:


I'm your weight and height.

u/Tsupao · 1 pointr/Mattress

SafeRest Queen Size Premium Hypoallergenic Waterproof Mattress Protector - Vinyl Free

Have been using it for my Tempurpedic Pro Adapt Medium for almost 2 weeks now. Can't complain :)

u/BakeMeA · 1 pointr/Mattress

Do you think this would be good?

u/throwfar23 · 1 pointr/Mattress

Cool, I think I'll go with one of those then. Quick question, do you know anything about [these] ( I'm assuming they're a hit and a miss because most of the reviews are good but then there's quite a few 1 stars mixed in the bunch.

u/red3eard · 1 pointr/Mattress

I bought that mattress used and for whatever reason it's what works for my back. This mattress seems to be similar in make. Is it the same but labeled differently?

u/Kevtavish · 1 pointr/Mattress

Zinus 14 Inch SmartBase Mattress Foundation/Platform Bed Frame/Box Spring Replacement/Quiet Noise-Free/Maximum Under-bed Storage, Queen

Would this be a good example? Sorry for pestering, I'm all so new to this and I don't want to get the wrong thing lol

u/biscuitmachine · 1 pointr/Mattress

I've already seen those.

> The way it was described the bottom seem to be a full sheet underneath the mattress. I was very disappointed when I received the product and it was nothing more than a glorified fitted sheet. It's still came loose the same way a typical fitted sheet would.

These sheets are basically for disabled people who want to have an easier time washing the top part, as I understand it.

u/Bot_Metric · 1 pointr/Mattress


Zinus 12" Queen Green Tea mattress, middle sagging after 6-8 months (did I get a bad mattress?)

Hello all. I suffer from a chronic sleep issue for over 10 years and also fibromyalgia like body pain and pressure points. Last December after finally being sick of the Sleep Number C2 queen I've had for a number of years, I extensively researched online and bought a Zinus 12" Green Tea Mattress, Queen ( At first, I had no complaints and it. However, within 6 months I definitely noticed that it's not kept it's firmness in the center middle and quickly sags in when I lay down for awhile.

I'm the exact opposite of what you'd call a heavy set person (Male 36, 5'11' and 74.8 kilograms) and am using the base of the old C2. If I move to the sides I can feel the firmness/support of what it originally was. I've even tried readded the 3" thick-4 pound foam topper I had bought for the Sleep Number ( to see if that would fix it, but it only pronounces it more.

I've been just dealing with it for the past few months but it's only getting worse I have to believe this isn't normal. I want to start a warranty claim with Zinus but I just cringe at having to go through all of this.

I'm just wondering, was I just unlucky and get a bad pick of a mattress? Had anyone else experienced this? Any and all comments & suggestions would be appreciated!


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