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Brian_Earl_Spilner
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Mattress Advice

I need one to hide my money in. I'm a side sleeper and I'm kind of leaning towards Nectar. Anyone have any experience with them or other recommendations. Also, I'll be stashing hundreds only to minimize any lumpiness.




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Slabenstein
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Re: Mattess

Our bedframe has a secret stash storage space in the middle if you lift up the matress.  Maybe you need something like that.  No lumps to worry about!


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Brian_Earl_Spilner
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Re: Mattess


@Slabenstein wrote:

Our bedframe has a secret stash storage space in the middle if you lift up the matress.  Maybe you need something like that.  No lumps to worry about!


😮🤔




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iced
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Re: Mattess

No experience with Nectar, but we're also side-sleepers and found that the hybrid pocket-coil + memory foam mattress was most comfortable for us. I'd recommend you go lay on some in the store and see which works best for you.

 

We got one of the Beautyrest Black mattresses and have been happy with it, and since it's 14.5" thick, you won't feel any money hidden underneath it.

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Saeren
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Don't make the mistake of getting a foam only mattress like I did, make sure to get a hybrid. The only exception to this rule would be latex mattresses because latex is incredibly durable and can last 20 years easily but cheaper foams get messed up quick. Check out the guide on Mattress Underground. This one breaks down the quality of the foams used in mattresses and whether there are any concerns in the construction. 

https://www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/general-mattresses/18124-simplified-choice-mat...





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pinkandgrey
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To be fair, I'm a back sleeper. But I have an Allswell from Walmart of all places. It's a hybrid coil and foam. It was dirt cheap and I'm very happy with it. 

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Brian_Earl_Spilner
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Re: Mattress Advice

So far it seems that hybrid is the way to go




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Saeren
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Re: Mattress Advice


@Brian_Earl_Spilner wrote:

So far it seems that hybrid is the way to go


I have had my eye on this one. 

https://lumasleep.com/products/luma-mattress#productDetails (it's a hybrid despite not having hybrid in the name)

 

This one is a nice upgrade to that one 

 

https://lumasleep.com/products/hybrid-latex-mattress#productDetails

 

This one is flippable

 

https://sleepez.com/products/360-hybrid-pillowtop

 

Both of those companies are highly regarded in the mattress communities on The Mattress Underground and reddit as well and their pricing isn't bad. 





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CreditCuriosity
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https://www.sleeplikethedead.com/

 

what i used for my research ended up actually going with a sataava..  Overall happy at the price point/quality

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