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Douglas Bed in A Box opinions

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Deal Fanatic
Jul 13, 2009
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Bought one!

What's insane about mattress in a box is the marketing, it's....freaking everywhere. Check out https://www.reddit.com/r/mattress for completely unbiased reviews.

Mattresses are extremely subjective, and in that subreddit try to find someone who has similar size/physique and sleep preference.

Otherwise, the Douglas is pretty high quality! Stitching is solid and comfort is like sleeping on a firm cloud.

It's made in canada if that's important to you, but definitely put together with care.
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Aug 28, 2007
495 posts
162 upvotes
bhrm wrote: Bought one!

What's insane about mattress in a box is the marketing, it's....freaking everywhere. Check out https://www.reddit.com/r/mattress for completely unbiased reviews.

Mattresses are extremely subjective, and in that subreddit try to find someone who has similar size/physique and sleep preference.

Otherwise, the Douglas is pretty high quality! Stitching is solid and comfort is like sleeping on a firm cloud.

It's made in canada if that's important to you, but definitely put together with care.
Awesome! Will check that out! Thanks!!
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Aug 28, 2007
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Also wondering if my 7 year old traditional boxspring would be a suitable foundation for a memory foam bed? Seems to be varying opinions on the web. Would like to get some valued opinions on here! Any memory foam bed users on RFD?

Thanks!
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Jul 25, 2008
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Niagara Falls
Should be fine, I'm using a 14 yr old boxspring on a Douglas, without issue.
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Aug 28, 2007
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Braunson wrote: Should be fine, I'm using a 14 yr old boxspring on a Douglas, without issue.
I actually returned the bed. We found it too firm!

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