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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Mattress Toppers, Mattress Pads, and Mattress Protectors on sale; Use BEDBATH15 for extra 15% OFF and BEDBATH10 for another 10% OFF. Select free ship to store. Shipping is free on orders of $45+

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These suck, no support at all and heat up really quick. Bought one and returned it the next day.
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Costco's Novaform mattress topper [costco.com] at 3" on the ground is uncomfortable overnight (due to limited depth), but much better than a sleeping bag with a cheap camping sleeping pad (eg 0.5" foam). Doubled up to 6" is much better.

If a 3" topper on a cheap mattress was 10/10, and sleeping on the ground was 0/10, then 6" would be 8/10, 3" would be 5/10, and a sleeping bag/pad would be 2/10. I suspect an air mattress with a 3" topper would be 9/10.

Memory foam mattresses are usually 9"-11".

Memory foam support is measured by density. Costco's Novaform is ~3.25 lbs/cu ft. Cheaper memory foam has the same thickness, but lower density and thus reduced support/comfort.

Compare weights of the boxes to see how much foam you're getting. The Novaform from Costco is 27 lbs for a queen.
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These suck, no support at all and heat up really quick. Bought one and returned it the next day.
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Ordered 2 of the 2.5 gel toppers.
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The brookside 2.5in twin XL is about $27
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ugh bought a 3 inch for more than the 4 inch a couple months ago bummer
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Can you sleep on these directly, without a bed underneath on the floor? Wondering if these would work in a pinch for out of town guests to sleep on instead of air mattresses?
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I want to cut this up to the size of my chair backing. Would this work?
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5% off Home Depot with Chase Freedom this quarter.
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Thanks. In for one for a twin bed
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thanks in for one queen
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Can you sleep on these directly, without a bed underneath on the floor? Wondering if these would work in a pinch for out of town guests to sleep on instead of air mattresses?
Would like to know this as well.
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Can you sleep on these directly, without a bed underneath on the floor? Wondering if these would work in a pinch for out of town guests to sleep on instead of air mattresses?
Costco's Novaform mattress topper [costco.com] at 3" on the ground is uncomfortable overnight (due to limited depth), but much better than a sleeping bag with a cheap camping sleeping pad (eg 0.5" foam). Doubled up to 6" is much better.

If a 3" topper on a cheap mattress was 10/10, and sleeping on the ground was 0/10, then 6" would be 8/10, 3" would be 5/10, and a sleeping bag/pad would be 2/10. I suspect an air mattress with a 3" topper would be 9/10.

Memory foam mattresses are usually 9"-11".

Memory foam support is measured by density. Costco's Novaform is ~3.25 lbs/cu ft. Cheaper memory foam has the same thickness, but lower density and thus reduced support/comfort.

Compare weights of the boxes to see how much foam you're getting. The Novaform from Costco is 27 lbs for a queen.
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Can you sleep on these directly, without a bed underneath on the floor? Wondering if these would work in a pinch for out of town guests to sleep on instead of air mattresses?
4 inches is definitely not enough to cushion a floor. Some people actually like sleeping on the floor because it can be good for lower back problems.

But you need at least 10 inches to prevent pain development from floor sleeping.
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4 inches is definitely not enough to cushion a floor. Some people actually like sleeping on the floor because it can be good for lower back problems.

But you need at least 10 inches to prevent pain development from floor sleeping.
I personally agree with the above, but what about the millions of asians who sleep on stuff far less than 10" every day? There are whole entire countries that don't do the above?
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