Beautyrest 3 inch Reversible Memory Foam Topper in Multiple Sizes
|MSRP : $59.23|
Sale : $47.99
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
- Enjoy exceptional comfort and support on the Beautyrest 3" Reversible Memory Foam Mattress Topper
- 1.5 inch of sculpted memory foam over 1.5 inch of supportive foam
- contours to the body to help relieve pressure points for less tossing and turning
- The SupraCell structure allows for breathability
- Crystalline odor neutralizer allows for everyday freshness
- This memory foam topper features a reversible design customized to meet your sleep needs
- Spot Clean Only with damp cloth as needed
- Twin 37" x 73"
- Full 52" x 73"
- Queen 58" x 78"
- King 74" x 78"
- This Beautyrest Memory Foam Topper is covered by a 2 year warranty.
pics are misleading. product is not good
I bought this because I wanted to replace the cheap Mainstays one I had on my bed and the price was right. I was like everyone else, I seen a picture and did not notice the measurements. This topper is 3", only 1.5 of it is memory foam. The other half is cheap foam like the topper i had. By itself i could live with that issue. But here is the reason i am returning this. When you by it the topper is very tightly wrapped in plastic. To secure the plastic to the topper they use an adhesive. This adhesive is stronger than i guess they thought because what happens is the plastic rips off parts of the memory foam. Yes, you read right, it rip apart the main reason you are buying this. And if it doesn't rip it apart ot leaves behind a very sticky adhesive which is honestly disgusting. I'm sure over time various threads, fuzzballs, and hairs will eliminate that stickiness but that's just disgusting. Overall, an awful product. Zero out of 5. Go with the mainstays and actually get what you're paying for.
What I expected at $30
I got this topper in a queen size on clearance/Cyber Monday for $30 in my local store. I have a nice Beautyrest mattress, but my boyfriend has a hard time sleeping on it, so I figured I'd give this a try since it wouldn't be a huge investment. Initially after taking it out of the packaging it was a few inches too narrow on the sides for my mattress, but I'm guessing it's just from being rolled up and compressed in the packaging. I carefully stretched it out and now it fits just fine (I would suggest getting two people to do this - one on each side and carefully pulling to stretch it out). We've been sleeping on it for a few days now and we both really like it. I don't know what all the bad reviews are about. I'm not sure if they were expecting a Tempurpedic-like competitor for under $50. The packaging describes it as it is. If you have realistic expectations and work with stretching it carefully, then it's a great buy, even at full price. I recommend it!
You get what you pay for.
Okay so I got this simply because it was just $30. When I open it at first I notice the plastic it's wrapped in is stuck to it. When I pulled it off some places pulled off the blue side and left sticky the rest of the way. As I unroll it I noticed it's stuck together really bad close to the end. I got a full size and I'm seriously considering just trimming it to fit a twin and giving it to my son. I wish I could show you guys how bad it looks. It's not even shaped like a mattress topper. I've tried stretching it as much as possible and it still won't form right so only a little over half of my bed is covered. I'm hoping it will eventually take form. I give it 2 stars only because my 5 year old thinks it's comfy lol also it stinks! I guess it's the combination of foam and plastic sealed up no telling how long that made it stink but hopefully that goes away soon too.
We purchased the King size online because they didn't have a queen and they showed that the local stores didn't have any. The very same day we went to our local Walmart and found a whole basket of them and most of them were queens. We let it sit out for 3 days because it hadn't fully expanded after 2. Ours basically fully expanded it was only a little smaller than what the package said. The package said 1.5" foam and 1.5" memory foam (which is actually egg memory foam), it expanded to about 2.75". The product does work my husband and I slept pretty well on it for a week. We both have bad backs and he also has insomnia. However he still wakes up throughout the night and on the days that my back is in knots it doesn't really help. It is a good product for the price I mean $30 bucks for almost 3" of foam padding. Other products we looked at were $75 or more for 3". My only complaint is that I wish it wasn't egg shapes foam. I wish it was a full 1.5" of memory foam. After laying on it most of the day and through the night because of my back, all of the foam is compressed and needs a break from me to re-expand.
Horrible Product !!!
Some people would say $30... you get what you pay for. Not true. For $30 you still figure on getting a product that at least gives you some use. Because of how it was packaged I could not use it at all. The strong adhesive that they used to package it tore pieces off as soon as I opened it. When I finally got it unwrapped it would not take it's original shape. I was so disappointed. I guess whomever packed this item knows nothing about quality control.
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