Ikea Topper mattress, is there better?

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  1. veevee

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    Looking for an approximately 50mm thick topper mattress to cover the two separate mattresses at the rear of our Hymer B 680. The bed dimensions are 200 x 150cm.

    Ikea have a 190 x 137 x 5cm in the UK and in France they have 200 x 140 x 5cm (possibly the same as branded with the same model name).

    Would be nice to have an exact fit but that's not too big a deal, but are there better out there to give a soft, comfortable night's sleep?

    Thanks
     
  2. Judge Mental

    Judge Mental Funster Deceased RIP

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    Personally think they would be to hot....

    You really need to be looking at better support under the mattress
     
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  3. Jim

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    Raskelf is the one you should buy. Expensive but the quality is superb and even on the warmest nights you'll be fine (y)
     
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    They also make them to fit your bed.
     
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    I have an Ikea one bought in France and have found it perfect. Not too hot at all and it is hot here sometimes lol. Our bed is shaped so opened up the zip cut the inside foam to fit tucked the extra cover underneath . Fitted sheet and job done. Had ours for 4 years .
     
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  6. mentaliss

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    Another alternative topper is 'Dunelms' own marketed product we bought one two years age never looked back ...and no it doesn't retain body heat
     
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  7. veevee

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    I think we are spoilt for choice... decisions, decisions

    We've had to put playing with the new motorhome to one side for a couple of weeks as we must get back to work.

    Many thanks to all so far, fabulous forum as usual
     
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