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[Polysleep Mattress] Polysleep Mattress - 20% off sitewide or $200 coupon on Amazon.ca

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Newbie
Dec 26, 2011
50 posts
49 upvotes

Polysleep Mattress - 20% off sitewide or $200 coupon on Amazon.ca

Deal Link:
Savings:
20%
Expiry:
July 31, 2020
Retailer:
Polysleep Mattress
Pulled the trigger on this. 20% sitewide. Site offers 0% payment over 6 months. Looks like it's for today only.
Also available on Amazon with $200 coupon - works out a little cheaper.
https://www.amazon.ca/Polysleep-Hybrid- ... B06Y3P29Q2

Update - 20% off is still on
Last edited by smitini on Jul 2nd, 2020 10:33 am, edited 1 time in total.
8 replies
Jr. Member
Apr 9, 2007
110 posts
108 upvotes
This has been on for a while. Bought this mattress a month ago with the same deal.

Good, firm mattress and it's Canadian. Highly recommended. Feels like a mattress that costs at least 1000
Newbie
Mar 11, 2020
74 posts
79 upvotes
is this actually cooling? can't stand every single mattress company saying their mattress is "cooling"
Sr. Member
Oct 15, 2008
592 posts
141 upvotes
London
How would this compare to a zinus mattress, it’s approximately half the price. Anyone have experience with either mattress to compare?
Jr. Member
Apr 19, 2009
198 posts
77 upvotes
canuckavelli1 wrote: generic 3lb memory foam layer, avoid
Mattress noob here - could you explain why this is bad? Could you also provide some recommendations that is better than a 3lb memory foam layer?
Newbie
Dec 18, 2017
68 posts
19 upvotes
snoshy wrote: Mattress noob here - could you explain why this is bad? Could you also provide some recommendations that is better than a 3lb memory foam layer?
The problem is most of these beds are its just polyfoam base with a low density support foam and low density memory foam (I'm talking Endy, Casper etc.). The low density (usually between 2.5-3.5lb) makes them wear out faster and doesn't give it the premium memory foam feel that you'd get with a tempurpedic. Another problem is that most of the review sites are paid reviews. I suggest checking out mattress underground forum for in depth discussion about mattress layers, etc. Also many bed in box don't list their specs. You need to reach out to them to get that information. And even reaching out, I found some refuse to provide the information.

If you go the small shop/ custom route, you can get something with a canadian pocket coils base and high density memory foam (4lb+) or natural talalay/dunlop latex top. Which is undoubted better quality than a block of low density foam.
Newbie
Jul 10, 2019
40 posts
55 upvotes
You can get a similiar bed for 300-400$ from Bedstory on Amazon. Feels the same.

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