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Old 12-09-2014, 09:50 AM   #1
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We have a 2015 33RLDS. Very pleased with unit except for the mattress. "Jayco's Exclusive" mattress not very comfortable. Any suggestions what mattress would be a good choice?
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Some people prefer a memory foam (2 or 3" and is usual on sale somewhere) over top others replace the whole mattress from a reputable retailer. Google for "RV mattress" and you will find some reputable manufactures. It is a personal choice and for comfort level you have to try it out yourself.
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We have a 2015 33RLDS. Very pleased with unit except for the mattress. "Jayco's Exclusive" mattress not very comfortable. Any suggestions what mattress would be a good choice?
Now they call it "Jayco's Exclusive"? Our 2013 33RLDS it was called "upgraded Pillow top" and its horrible. If ours is the upgrade I hate to see the standard. lol. We got by using a topper but this spring I will spring for a Foam type mattress. I just have to decide on 8, 10 or 12 inches..
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Fellow Michigander I also would recommend memory foam. Its a huge difference as long as you get at least 4 inches.
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Our 2013 351RLTS came with a Denver mattress. We've been very pleased with it so far.
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Can't be of help if you like inner spring mattresses because I'm done with them. We have a memory foam in the guest room and it's a little hard for me. We have a Comfortaire (like Sleep Number) in our bedroom and love it. It's a king, but we have a queen in the Eagle. Both have dual controls so we each control firmness that suits us. They make RV sizes, 72 x 80 and queens, one of which can be shorter, 76". They've been around longer than the big advertiser and are a tad less expensive, although far from cheap.
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Our 2013 351RLTS came with a Denver mattress. We've been very pleased with it so far.
Same here with our 24RKS. We find the Denver mattress very comfortable, even after spending 14 straight nights on it.
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if you have a bedroom slide check height of the mattress ours barely fits under the top of the dresser when it was closed
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if you have a bedroom slide check height of the mattress ours barely fits under the top of the dresser when it was closed
Same here. With an air mattress you just express air so it fits.
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The Pillow top in my trailer is the Denver and all that I added was a foam mattress pad and it is fantastic. I will cut mine to size this spring. I added two straps that keep it in place and it made all the difference.
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