I got a Sleep Innovations Cable Swirl Mattress at Kingsize recently, because my prior mattress expired. (Oddly, it expired two months after its seven-year guarantee expired; just how do they do that?) The mattress I bought was way too firm -- so firm, in actuality, that my back hurt each morning. On the flip side, I knew the mattress I bought had a very good foundation and several others who bought it said that they snapped it off with additional memory foam, and also the combination was superb.
Taking this under consideration, I bought a Fantasy Serenity three-inch memory foam topper. I got this particular topper for a few reasons: I was able to buy it immediately, it had been the ideal dimensions, reviewers of the pad say is really tender, and it can be rotated four manners, as it doesn't automatically possess a top or base; the last point meant that I was able to prolong its life by rotating it every time I changed the sheets.
The results have been crazy good. This topper enlarged in just two hours, to get started. Afterward, when I put it along with my other mattress, I understood that the producers had comprised a deep-pocket fitted sheet. I already had deep-pocket fitted sheets, however good is that? When I put the pad on top of my mattress, it fit (however, it's reasonable to note I have a king mattress plus I purchased a king-sized Dream Serenity topper, and that lots of Walmart clients have commented their king-sized toppers are short by as much as six inches). It's true, you are sleeping with a mattress that is 15 inches high, but well-made sheet sets manage this height well.
The very best part of combining this topper along with my mattress was that rotating them has increased the lifetime of this underside mattress. I switch my sheets each week. Every time that I do so, I rotate the topper by finishing a 180-degree turn, or simply by turning it end-over-end length-wise. I rotate the floor bed every three months. This topper has slipped back quite well because of the rotations, and since I used it at the top of another mattress, the base one will live longer.
The one reason I give it four stars rather than five is that it is flammable, obviously. If you sleep on memory foam, you're sleeping on a torch. I've fire extinguisher-in-a-can in the bedroom.