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IKEA, the low price furniture store also offers mattresses that you can pick up in store or have delivered. They offer a selection of foam, latex, and spring mattresses for the price conscious shopper.

Mattress Score

Overall Score: 6.5/10

Customer Satisfaction: 6.4/10

Price Value: 8.9/10

No Back Pain: 7.5/10

Price: $89-$1199

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Ikea's Specifics

Quality of Materials

IKEA manufactures affordable memory foam, latex, and spring mattresses. I personally have slept on an IKEA mattress for a few years post-college. It is a fine entry point mattress without many frills, but there are reports (and I experienced it too) of memory foam sagging over only a few years.

The pros: Very affordable priced mattresses.

The cons: Low grade materials and not all manufactured in the US.

Mattress Types

IKEA separates its offerings into memory foam / latex and spring mattresses. We'll go through these two lines in detail below.

Memory Foam / Latex

Their most popular memory foam mattress is the Morgedal. It is rated as medium firm, runs about 7'' high (less high than many other online offerings) and is made of the following materials: polyester/viscose cover for cool breathability, and then two layers of foam -- a medium layer of poly foam on top and a high resilience base poly foam on the bottom.

The pros of this mattress line are its price point and overall initial comfort.

The cons are that reviewers report quicker sagging and bedding breakdown with these mattresses.

Price Range: $75-$1199

Final Score: 6.8 / 10

Spring

IKEA offers some of the best prices on a spring mattress, but some report feeling discomfort. Here is what's in their 8.25'' Hasvag mattress, one of their most popular: cover is polyester and cotton, comfort material is two thin layers of poly foam, and underneath is a Bonnel spring coil system (traditional look).

The pros: It is a very affordable innerspring that provides immediate practical use and initial comfort.

The cons: Reviewers mention that there is sagging over a shorter time than average and some experience discomfort from the mattresses.

Price Range: $79-$799

Final Score: 6.3 / 10

Browse Ikea Customer Reviews

great so far

I also have had lower back issues for a few months, especially in the morning, and I think it is because my 8yo sleepmaker pillowtop mattress had 'hammocked'. I tried adding a memory foam mattress pad to extend its life, but that didnt really work - it just felt like being partly buried in a softer hammock.
The Hesseng mattress is very firm, as others have mentioned, but using the mattress pad (its also ikea - tussoy) on it I find it really comfortable and supportive. I havent tried it without the mattress pad, but I think it would be okay. After only two sleeps, my back definitely feels a bit better this morning
I chose the Hesseng because it has good quality materials, zoned pocket coils and no pillowtop. I didnt want a pillow top because they get sink holes, so I wanted to be able to replace the mattress pad rather than the whole mattress when the mattress pad fails.
I checked out lots of mattress shops but couldnt get a mattress of similar quality with these features anywhere near this price, plus I kept getting the hard sell to upgrade which is very annoying!
As someone else mentioned, it really did smell a bit like hay in the first day or two, in a nice way, but it doesnt smell at all now.
I am very happy with it so far and will try to remember to post an update once I have had it a while, as I found it difficult to find enough reviews to make my decision. Others have indicated that the Ikea mattresses dont last that long, and nowhere near their 25 year warranty. However, my expensive sleepmaker also only lasted 8 years and I hear the same of other beds, so even if this one lasts about the same amount of time before needing replacement, I will save money

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