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Old 10-19-2017, 01:14 PM   #1
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Queen Mattress

Looking to get a new mattress for my 2012 Jayco 29 RLDS. It has a short queen inner spring in there now so I want to replace it with a short queen but I need a good mattress, I haven't had a good night sleep in the trailer since I got it. So I'm open for suggestion from those that have replaced their mattress and what you replaced it with and maybe where you got it
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide
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Old 10-19-2017, 01:40 PM   #2
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A foam topper mattress from Amazon cured my lousy OEM for about a hundred clams.
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Agree with redsnapper. We did the same for ours but I think we got ours from sams club


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Foam mattress's are relatively cheap now. I have a Temperpedic at home but opted for a Amazon Foam for the TT much cheaper and I cant tell the difference. I will never buy another spring mattress again.
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Old 10-19-2017, 04:18 PM   #5
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Foam mattress's are relatively cheap now. I have a Temperpedic at home but opted for a Amazon Foam for the TT much cheaper and I cant tell the difference. I will never buy another spring mattress again.
+1 on never buying an inner-spring, at home or in the TT.

I will say that as a stop-gap, the mattress topper is a great idea. We went 3 years on the OEM Denver mattress with a 4" memory foam topper. Eventually though, we could feel the wood through the topper and the mattress.

I bought us a Zinus Sleep Master Deluxe 10" thick Short Queen earlier this year from Amazon to replace the Denver & topper (I trimmed the topper and put it in my son's bunk in the back) and never looked back. For the money, it's a SOLID value. So much so that I'm probably going to replace my $3K memory foam Serta in the S&B with a Zinus. Even if I have to replace it every 2 years, I still come out WAY ahead. Anyway, the mattress in the trailer is simply fantastic and I highly recommend it. We also have Zinus foam mattresses on my son's bunk bed (full bottom, twin top) and a day bed with trundle (2 twins) in my home office. All VERY comfortable, and a great value IMO.
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Old 10-19-2017, 06:45 PM   #6
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Replaced ours with a Dynasty mattress from ebay , 10 cool breeze right around $300 & I sleep just as well as my Icomfort @ home .
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In 2013 I bought a 10" Dynasty Deluxe Memory Foam RV Queen mattress. $349. Originally I put it in my old Skyline Koala 21CS. Moved it over to our new 23RB in June of this year.
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We have always used a down mattress topper in our RV's. If/when I replace the mattress it will be with a sleep number.
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We got the Sleep Master in 2016 too after a miserable 50 days.. What a difference. We did 120 days after the purchase and sleep better than at home.
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A foam topper mattress from Amazon cured my lousy OEM for about a hundred clams.
We did the same thing (3" foam topper mattress) and it has made a world of difference.
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