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Old 09-03-2015, 06:24 AM   #11
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We've made it 2 years with our lack of quality Denver mattress. This was only done by adding a memory foam topper after the first summer. But, its now time to replace the mattress.
A suggestion for those thinking of buying a memory foam topper, just take the money you would have spent on the topper and put it towards a new mattress.
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Old 09-03-2015, 07:26 AM   #12
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We are awaiting deliver today of a Sleep Number Premier, RV King mattress.

That may be the solution!
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Old 09-03-2015, 11:51 AM   #13
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We are awaiting deliver today of a Sleep Number Premier, RV King mattress.



That may be the solution!

Keep us updated Norty ! Been thinking awfully hard at them .
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Old 09-03-2015, 11:53 AM   #14
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Our Denver Mattress is also of very poor quality, sagging in the middle, warranty would not be a option, probably just replaced with the same thing, so just like tires & wheels, if you want quality it will cost extra
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:06 PM   #15
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We traded in a 2009 Jayco Eagle with a upgraded factory mattress for my 2015 Eagle with a Denver mattress. At the time my DW said we should keep the old mattress and put the new Denver with the trade-in. It was my idea to keep a "new" mattress. What a mistake I made. The old mattress in the 2009 Eagle was 100xs better than the new Denver. We will be looking for a new mattress over the winter.
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Old 09-03-2015, 01:28 PM   #16
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We traded in a 2009 Jayco Eagle with a upgraded factory mattress for my 2015 Eagle with a Denver mattress. At the time my DW said we should keep the old mattress and put the new Denver with the trade-in. It was my idea to keep a "new" mattress. What a mistake I made. The old mattress in the 2009 Eagle was 100xs better than the new Denver. We will be looking for a new mattress over the winter.
DOH!

We spent exactly one night on the infamous Denver Mattress. It was one of the worst nights' sleep (if you could call it that) I've ever had in my life. I had told DW that we needed a topper, but she wouldn't bend; she said we should at least give the Denver a chance. Luckily it was just "Camp Driveway", and the next morning we were at Wal-Mart buying a 4" memory foam topper.

Now with the topper, DW thinks it's more comfortable than our fancy mattress at home (I disagree). The last couple times out, the Denver in the trailer has been feeling a little weak, so the trailer might get a brand new full memory foam mattress for Christmas; so far this one is at the top of our list, and it comes in "Short Queen":

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IGI5B4S/...KQA18NGU&psc=1
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We tried a memory foam topper the problem for me was after laying for a while on one side it created a hole where I was laying and seem like I had to dig myself out to turn over . I must be getting old
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We tried a memory foam topper the problem for me was after laying for a while on one side it created a hole where I was laying and seem like I had to dig myself out to turn over . I must be getting old
We just added 1 1/2" memory foam to our existing stock 3" foam mattress because of the hard spot on the hips and shoulders. Well that didn't solve the problem because it just made a bigger whole where my hips and shoulders went. I've put two layers of that connect a mat dence foam that they sell at walmart for infants to play on. I placed them right between the 1 1/2' foam and the stock mattress and it seems just right. We'll see how it works out on our next trip out.
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I bought a 3" gel foam topper and flipped the mattress over as the foam is firmer on the underside. It's better but I will still be looking to buy a new mattress.
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Ours was the same way. I liked the Denver better than our home bed at first....after about 2 weeks of camping that changed.
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