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Old 9th June 2015, 20:57   #226
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dr@ms: Yes, that's the one I think. "Dual Harmony" - IIRC.

I purchased the queen size (60x78) with the base width (5"?) costing me close to 23k.
Visited the nearest official dealer listed on their website.
I think I found the same mattress on fabmart at 27k for the same dimensions.
http://www.fabmart.com/collections/m...ess-latex-foam

Earlier you had mentioned that it was a coir+latex whereas this seems to be latex+rebonded foam. Could you confirm it is the same one that you bought, in which case I shall use the same dealer as you
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@stridergt: what you've found is "Dual Foam", not "Dual Harmony."
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I use a PEPS spring mattress with a layer of foam and top layer of memory foam that makes it very comfortable to sleep on. 5 years back the European king size (7ft by 6ft) costed me around INR 40k.
But the best mattress that I felt was the one completely made out of memory foam from TEMPUR; but that costed INR 2 lakhs then for king size.
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PEPS is the way to go ! I never appreciated pocketed springs till I got a mattress that featured them. I went for the Peps Restonic Eurotop 10" ... King size set me back 32 thousand after a good discount.

We spend more time sleeping than driving, yet many of us will hold back on a mattress !
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For the people in Bangalore, If budget is not a constraint then http://www.serta.com/index.html in koramangala has some amazing mattresses. Otherwise PEPS is available in Metro Cash n Carry for really good discounts.
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I'm looking at purchasing a nice stiff offset coil based 72X60 queen sized mattress (5/6") as my existing 2 year old 5" foam mattress is causing back and neck pain. I know I should have invested in a good mattress at the first place itself :-(. My budget is 20k.

Please provide pointers online/stores (Bangalore) who provide:

a. free home delivery and
b. exchanges my 2 year old foam mattress
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I just purchased a PEPS spine guard 6" mattress for 25k with discount and exchange of my old mattress from FURNISHING GALLERY near Ashoka pillar. They told me they will deliver it by tomorrow. Lets see how it goes.
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Which is the best PEPS mattress? My wife has hip and lower back pain so trying replace our Latex Foam Mattress.
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Seen a PEPS restonic mattress 6"x6.5" for 23k in Metro Cash and Carry. The mattress is 6 inches thicker. Is this a good deal?
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I am seeing a few complaints in PEPS FB Page about the mattress sagging after 2 years and the company washing their hands and not doing anything. This is quiet scary, at least in Latex we know its going to last some time but with spring we are dependant on the spring and the inner layer for support.

Anyone with longtime experience pls?
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Recently bought a mattress from Khadi Kraft. Made of Ilavam Panju. It's neither hard nor soft and actually good.
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Confused between various brands. If money is not a criteria ( around 50 K)
which brands are best in terms of best shape retention and comfort. Looking for a firm mattress .

PEPS is available in metro with flat 20 % off on MRP. How is PEPS brand? checked their website, they don't even have a customer care number .
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Confused between various brands. If money is not a criteria ( around 50 K)
which brands are best in terms of best shape retention and comfort. Looking for a firm mattress .

PEPS is available in metro with flat 20 % off on MRP. How is PEPS brand? checked their website, they don't even have a customer care number .

Peps is fantastic! I can vouch for their restonic range. All my beds sport their 10" eurotop restonics. I have been seriously impressed.

If money if no issue - tempur. But that will run you more than 50k for equivalent thickness, pocketed springs etc .. Also now you're playing in memory foam territory.
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Which is the best PEPS mattress? My wife has hip and lower back pain so trying replace our Latex Foam Mattress.
Ask for memory foam mattress. Memory foam is different from the latex foam as in memory foam takes shape of your body while you are on it. A mattress made of real memory foam will be able to hold a glass of water on one corner while you sit on the other corner. This material is the best for back aches. But a complete memory foam mattress is very expensive.
PEPS and few others have mattresses that have a 2 inch layer of memory foam on their normal spring mattress.
Which ever brand it may be, what matters is the material used.
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Ask for memory foam mattress. Memory foam is different from the latex foam as in memory foam takes shape of your body while you are on it. A mattress made of real memory foam will be able to hold a glass of water on one corner while you sit on the other corner. This material is the best for back aches. But a complete memory foam mattress is very expensive.
PEPS and few others have mattresses that have a 2 inch layer of memory foam on their normal spring mattress.
Which ever brand it may be, what matters is the material used.
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Peps is fantastic! I can vouch for their restonic range. All my beds sport their 10" eurotop restonics. I have been seriously impressed.

If money if no issue - tempur. But that will run you more than 50k for equivalent thickness, pocketed springs etc .. Also now you're playing in memory foam territory.


Thanks for the advice. Does Memory Foam lose shape after some years? Also, are there health issues?
http://misfitchick.hubpages.com/hub/...-Ones-are-Best

Also, I am worried with the feedback on PEPS on their FB page with springs sagging etc, any experience?

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