dealsslumber solutions highloft supreme 3-inch memory…

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Enjoy your recurring dreams about being an egg sold at discount wholesale farm markets!

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It seems all sizes are the same price. If thats the case, get the California king, then trim to size with scissors. Use the cut foam for all sorts of fun things.

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@fit410s: Agreed. Get the big size and use the extra foam for fun projects, maybe soundproof a small room?

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I prefer to sleep with sheets on my bed, but that is just me.

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@bmw66x: I bought a 4" king, laid in on my mattress and trimmed the excess with an electric bread knife. It took less than a minute and I had extra for chair cushions and a cat bed :)

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The bad reviews say this isn't real memory foam.

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What bad reviews? Rating is 4.5 out of 5!!!

Oh, and I have a memory foam mattress - they do keep your body heat right there....no breathing at all. But it is so comfy that I'll deal with the warmth (in the summer, lol). Perhaps the egg-crate side might provide some air flow but I doubt it....

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@voovfeegbean: If you sort the reviews Low To High there are 23 2-star and under reviews.

By the way, the majority of things on Overstock.com have a 4+ star rating, so take that with a grain of salt if you wish. Just searching "mattress topper" brings up ~350 results that have ratings, and only about 40 of those have less than 4 stars.

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@journeyloaded: ahhhh! I do enough online shopping to have looked for this sort ability, but I read your post too quickly and didn't read that it was the MEMORY FOAM part that was in question. That would make a big difference to me.

thanks for the added post - I am not going to purchase one now! Memory foam is heaven....

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@journeyloaded: 23 bad reviews out of 485...

So either there are 23 people that who are seeing through all the (mod edit: profanity) and attempting to warn everyone else against 462 idiots that are part of a conspiracy to boost the rating.

Or there are 23 people that would bitch about being given a free car and 462 other reviewers who actually liked the product.

Oh, don't mind me. Just thinking out loud, trying to figure out which scenario is more plausible.

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@superdude4agze:

I agree with you. 23 bad reviews out of 426 lol

Any product that has over 50 reviews and the average is 4.5 out of 5 is a product I will buy every time and 2 times on Sunday. Since this product has over 400 reviews( thats a crap load ) then its almost a lock and load guarantee this product has been time tested and reviewed to be legit.

explain how I could be wrong?