Twin : LUCID 4 Inch Folding Mattress - Twin Size
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- This folding foam mattress doubles as a sleeper and a chair, providing comfortable seating and serving as a convenient guest mattress in one
- Perfect to use for sleepover guests, camping, cabins, dorm rooms and children's playrooms
- Use as a mattress topper, portable cushion, and guest bed as a great alternative to futons, bunk beds and trundle beds
- Convenient carry handle for easy transport - removable, washable cover
- Twin mattress measures 39" x 75" x 4" with folded dimensions of 26.75" x 39" x 12
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That said, I received my mattress within just a few days of ordering it. I ordered it to accommodate a houseguest for a short visit. When I received the mattress, I followed the instructions and took it out of its packaging and let it lay flat and unbothered for over 48 hours. There was no odor that I could detect. The mattress seemed very compressed, but I figured it would expand if I gave it time. Fast forward to 59 hours later, I was disappointed to find that the mattress still had not fully expanded and had some large deep-set dips in each panel of the mattress. I tried beating out the indents. I tried massaging out the indents. I tried flipping the mattress over... the indents seemed to get slightly smaller, but they were still there a week later! Then I got an email asking me if I was satisfied with my purchase and I responded with, 'No... it still has dents and feels like I'm laying on a dead body.'
To my pleasant surprise, their exceptional customer service department took immediate action in resolving my issue with the product. I supplied them with the info they needed and they sent a replacement right away! The customer service reps were very attentive, professional and quick with email correspondence.
I must have gotten a "lemon" the first time (which happens from time to time no matter what the product is), because the replacement mattress, once unpackaged, expanded almost instantly! Within only a couple of hours, the mattress was fully expanded and shaped. :)
Very high quality. The fabric is nice and strong and neutral in color. The stitching and seems are also nicely done and finished with a smooth opening zipper. A little bulky, but hey... what do you want?? it's a freakin' mattress! lol Also, very light... can carry it buy the double handle with just one hand. The foam itself is resilient and takes its shape immediately. I bought the 4" twin size mattress and when I lay on it, it is very comfortable. For some perspective, I'm a 49 year old woman, 5' tall, 125 lbs and fit. If I needed to, I could fold over one of the smaller sections and use it as a "pillow" and still have plenty of length on the mattress for the rest of me...hahaha (bonus to being a shorty!)
High quality mattress. Comfortable. Portable. Converts into a mini sofa for a small child.
It will never be the same compact size as it was before taking it out of the packaging. Must be stored in a nice and dry place.
Absolutely! This product is and does what it says!
Order this product at least 2-3 weeks before you actually need it so you can let it breathe and expand... and if anything should not work out, then there is always their excellent customer service! Don't wait until the last minute or that's on you... life happens so plan accordingly whenever possible people.
Hope this helps in your purchasing decision. Thanks for the read. Cheers!
It took three days to set up but it was worth it. The mattress was a bit firm but not to an uncomfortable level. There was an odd smell upon first arrival but it quickly dissipated while setting up in a well ventilated room.
The best part of this product is its ability to fold up. We live in a smaller apartment so space is always a stress. It folded fits perfectly behind my clothes where it is out of the way and out of view.
We were Shocked this weekend when we decided to take this down with use to our parents house. Typically they would have us sleep on a air mattress from the 80's; but with my bad back that leads to a fitful night sleep and a relatively grumpy individual. This traveled really well especially for a queen mattress, I love the fact that it folds and thusly fit in smaller spaces.
I also decided to include some picture as to give more of an idea of what an awesome product you are buying.
I was creating an Asian-style bedroom for myself so I wanted to try an Asian-styled sleeping option too. First I was looking at some of the more "traditional" Japanese floor futons filled with cotton and wool. Almost committed to buying one of those here when this product came up on one of my searches. Now I had seen the foam pad "shikibutons," but, those particular ones didn't look or sound that appealing. When I saw that this foam bed was made of **memory foam** instead of regular foam, that sounded much nicer. The intro price for this (got it for $86.99 + free shipping from Amazon) was pretty competitive with the other floor sleepers. What ultimately sucked me in completely was the fact that this product was covered by Amazon's guarantee. You've got 30 days to see if it...well...doesn't suck. Also the company that makes it offers a 3-year warranty. Most off-the-floor mattresses don't have that. Those factors helped me to make the final decision to buy.
Now, here's the experience of a 5-foot 9-inch, 190(ish) pound male--
After setting it up and sleeping on it for a few days I can say that it is EXTREMELY comfortable! (I'll throw in a YAY for that just like the 1st reviewer Miyoko.) 4 inches of **memory foam** is more than enough to feel great. The foam used in this feels like quality. It has enough firmness to keep me off the ground while still being soft enough to be cushy. I sleep on all sides but tend to be primarily a side-sleeper. I haven't felt the ground yet.
The smell right out of the box wasn't bad at all. All **memory foam** has at least a slight smell but this was very mild. I let it air out for a couple of hours and then found myself taking a nap on it. Dozed off for two hours. No headaches, dizziness, etc. If you're chemically sensitive you may not want to use synthetic bedding options though, just to be safe. Traditional cotton futons might be a better bet for you.
Materials & Construction:
Like I said, the foam feels like very good quality. Just like with anything only time will tell how long it remains cushy/firm and repels body impressions. The cover is pretty much the same thing you find covering the cushioning on really good hiking backpacks. It's that breathable polyester mesh which is very tough stuff. Think of it as poly-chainmail protecting your mattress. It helps the foam to breathe and air out. It also seems to be good for NOT picking up lint and crap off the carpet. Nothing seems to stick to it too badly. It's very easy to brush off with your hand. It seems like it's very well constructed. Good and strong stitching of the cover to hold it all together. It does have zippers but it's NOT a removable or washable cover.
Other Functions / Convertibility:
I think they should have said floor chair instead of "sofa" in the description. I sat in it like in the picture and it is comfy. A bit awkward but comfy. Think of it as a close-to-the-ground-leaning-sideways chair. (I'll upload pics in a bit.) However... if you leave the two large pads folded out and just fold the two smaller pads together it DOES make a very nice floor lounger. That worked great for me. I throw a couple of pillows on it and lean back and it's like reclining on a cloud. Try it!!!
It is 39 inches wide and 6 feet and 3 inches long.
Well, the shipping weight said 16 pounds. Opened up it's very lightweight. Maybe 7 pounds. Not sure. Almost anyone could move it around easily I think.
Sheets & Covers:
Twin sheets fit it perfectly. Don't need deep pocket ones, just regular ones. I bought a microfiber set and it fits like a glove.
So far it seems like I made the right choice and I'm very happy with it. I'll give further updates on how well it holds up in the future. Anyone feel free to ask any questions if you need further info. Happy sleeping!!!!!
**UPDATE (July 25, 2013): OK, I had to update the folks here on something. The mattress is NOT actually "memory foam." It used to say this in the original listing. It is now listed as "flexible polyurethane foam." I do wish LinenSpa had gotten their advertising facts straight before they started selling. (1 point off for them.) The memory foam tag WAS a selling point for myself and others. To me it's still very comfy though. I've been using it as my primary bed and I still really like it. It feels soft enough by my standards, and I'm NOT overweight. I wouldn't give it up. However, since it's not memory foam (after their correction) I'm very glad I got it for $86.00--hehe. My advice...get it when it's below $100. MAYBE LinenSpa ought to be giving at least partial refunds for the misleading original listing?
Extra notes: Bedding is a very personal thing. No one mattress will feel the same to everyone. This one is not by any means hard, but, it is not soft like a fluffy-wuffy bag of goose down either. Also, if you're going to complain about the cover being scratchy and uncomfortable...ummmm...try using some sheets on it. I mean, who sleeps on a mattress (any mattress) without covering it? A cave troll? Just felt like saying that.
**February 11, 2014: Yep, I'm still using it and it's holding up great. Still my primary bed.
An extra note: I noticed in one of the customer's pictures that their's had a handle. Mine does not. Probably an addition made to later models.