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As a person who lives with back pain, my discovery of memory foam mattresses a few years ago was life-changing. It only took a week to remember how much I had missed sitting right up in the morning and walking to the bathroom without looking like Quasimodo. The fact that the mattress was built with cooling technology only made my shut-eye that much more blissful.
Today you can discover the magic of cooling memory foam for yourself for up to 37 percent off the typical price—which is already shockingly affordable for the value. Classic Brands Cool Gel 1.0 Ultimate Gel Memory Foam 14-Inch Mattress has more than 2,800 glowing five-star reviews—and today, a queen-sized version is on sale for less than $263.
No, you’re not dreaming. And yes, it’s a way better deal than I got—so if you grab this one, frankly, I’ll be jealous.
Unlike spring mattresses, which vary widely and require Goldilocks-level scrutiny, memory foam mattresses suit just about any type of sleeper—so you can rest easy ordering this Classic Brands model sight unseen. It’s designed to relieve pressure points while providing ample support, and its high density base foam actually conforms to your body.
One reviewer bought this miracle mattress for their son to help with his chronic insomnia. “He absolutely l-o-v-e-s it!,” they reported. “He has had several sleep studies, has been diagnosed, has tried nearly everything, including prescription sleep medication...this bed has helped him get noticeably better sleep…I paid almost $4,000 for my Tempurpedic mattress and base. While I love my bed, I think my son’s bed, this bed, is ever much as comfortable: maybe more.”
The mattress comes in sizes twin through California King, so anyone can get in on this low-priced luxury.
My back pain people are also coming out in droves to sing the praises of this Classic Brands mattress. “I'm a relatively big guy (6'2" and 285 lbs), and have severe back issues,” one wrote, citing that the “different” feel of memory foam took a day to get used to. “Once I fell asleep though it was a sound all night sleep. My first in years....I am now relatively pain free...I swear it had to do with my spine realigning from having proper support because I can sleep comfortably flat now.”
“Don’t be fooled by the low price,” said another. “For the first time in many months, I did not wake up with screaming sciatica pain!”
And one Vietnam war veteran who lives with chronic pain reports that they’re getting “great sleep for the first time in 10 years” after investing in this Classic Brands memory foam mattress. “I was really prepared to not like this bed,” wrote this five-star review skeptic. “For the first time in years, I'm not having as much back pain, awake or asleep...I have actually cut down on my sleep meds, because I'm not fighting with pain that a bed usually adds.”
Night sweats are also no match for Classic Brands’ breathable cool gel layer, which regulates your body temperature as you sleep. More comfort means less tossing and turning, less waking up throughout the night, and more of that delicious beauty sleep you’ve been craving.
“I have been sleeping on this mattress for a month now. I no longer wake up sweaty and throw the sheets off,” one reviewer wrote.
“The Cooling gel really does its job,” said another cool customer. “[My husband] sweats at night (nothing worse than waking up to a soaked bed) but this one has eliminated that!”
Sleeping on a cloud, staying as cool as a cucumber, waking up pain-free...what more could you want? Two free cooling memory foam pillows, too? Well you’re in luck because that’s exactly what you get—and if you order a twin size mattress, you still get one.
Basically, the Classic Brands Cool Gel 1.0 Ultimate Gel Memory Foam 14-Inch Mattress is the bed-in-a-box deal of your dreams, so now is the time to invest in a healthy, restful 2020.
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