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Old 06-29-2016, 05:56 AM   #11
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Not that it matters much because I haven't seen a standard equipment RV mattress from any manufacturer that was acceptable, but I thought Jayco moved to Simmons mattresses in 2017?
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Old 06-29-2016, 05:02 PM   #12
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Ours is not very comfortable at all. We HAD to put at least the 2" memory foam topper we had from the old camper. Luckily (or not) the 28 bhbe has the short queen so the topper fit nicely. After sleeping on it for 8 nights now, it isn't too bad. We may look at a replacement at some point.
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Old 07-02-2016, 01:17 AM   #13
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After a few trips laying on our new Denver mattress, we dumped it and upgraded to a Pillow top. It made a world of difference and we sleep a lot better at night.

Dreamfoam Bedding Ultimate Dreams Crazy Quilt Pillow Top Mattress, Short Queen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IOXWFGW..._5N2Dxb8PJ23FT


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Old 07-02-2016, 08:16 PM   #14
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Slept in our new 2017 24MBH with the Sealy mattress last night. What a disappointment the mattress is hard as a rock. Picked up a 3" memory foam from Costco today. Unfortunately its to big for the Murphy bed option.
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Old 07-03-2016, 09:56 AM   #15
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I think one problem with any discussion of mattresses is 'personal preference '. That's why Mattress stores sell a wide range of firmness and why the sleep number mattress was designed.
I suspect that the only way RV manufacturers could make us all happy is if they just didn't ship mattresses at all but let each buyer select their own.
That said - I also recognize that there are some really cheap mattresses shipped with RVs.


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I don't understand putting foam on top of a sagging mattress. It seems that would leave you with a sagging mattress with a second piece of sagging foam on top of it. That is why mattresses used box springs for a base. I suppose if the sagging mattress is thin enough, your body could rest on the board beneath it, that way you might get some satisfaction from a soft top.
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Has anyone had any issues with the new 2017 Sealy Mattress? It is much, much thicker than the old Denver mattress. We noticed that after sleeping on it a couple of nights that there were indentations that stayed in the mattress where we slept. Wondering if anyone else has noticed this?
Exact same experience with ours after four nights.
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Noticed yesterday while putting a topper on the mattress that nowhere on the mattress does it say "Sealy" . Does anybody actually have a mattress with a Sealy tag ? The tags that are on iT have some oddball manufacturers name. When the tt goes in for a few fixes I think I'm going to call BS.
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Noticed yesterday while putting a topper on the mattress that nowhere on the mattress does it say "Sealy" . Does anybody actually have a mattress with a Sealy tag ? The tags that are on iT have some oddball manufacturers name. When the tt goes in for a few fixes I think I'm going to call BS.
Read my post on page 1 of this thread, post #4...that may help answer your question.
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Slept in our new 2017 24MBH with the Sealy mattress last night. What a disappointment the mattress is hard as a rock. Picked up a 3" memory foam from Costco today. Unfortunately its to big for the Murphy bed option.
Can you trim the memory foam? I have the murphy too and will do that with one of my toppers.
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