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GrandpaKip

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Posted: 07/13/20 08:01am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a 3” Serta topper. Going on 5 years now.


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I am with the group that just added a good quality topper to the original mattress. I do not recall the brand but is about 3 inches thick and was about 6 inched to long. We cut it to fitted the mattress and it is held in place by the fitted sheet.

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Short queen sleep number from camping world. Pricey, worth it for a good night's sleep. Just remember to let air down when moving to higher altitudes. Another bonus, lighter weight.

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Posted: 07/13/20 05:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have to agree with Bears Den, we loved our Zinus 8” short Queen from Amazon in our camper so much that we moved it to our house Master bed during the Winter months while our camper was being stored and, when Spring came, we put it back in the camper and ordered a 10” Zinus regular Queen for our house Master bed! 18 months later and we still love both, especially when you consider how much you get for the price.
Like Bears Den said, be sure you don’t open the bag until it’s laying on the camper bed base, plus be sure to let it expand for at least 48 hours before using, preferably with some ventilation.

* This post was edited 07/13/20 05:57pm by Partsbob *


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PartsBob and Bears Den - do you remember which 8"model you bought? We are looking for good support when we move on it but a plush feel on top. We really want a 10" model but that won't fit under our Headboard - looks like we can only go up to 8" and hoping that will support us and be comfortable - we are not tiny people - lol!!

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We ordered a Zinus brand memory foam short queen from Amazon and love it, i think it was the 8" thick. We have a 10" Zinus in the house. Very good mattress for a reasonable price.

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72cougarxr7 wrote:

We ordered a Zinus brand memory foam short queen from Amazon and love it, i think it was the 8" thick. We have a 10" Zinus in the house. Very good mattress for a reasonable price.


Do you have the model name for this Zinus mattress? Thank you

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Posted: 06/13/21 06:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

we bought a rv queen at overstock.com we love it. read all the reviews and go from there. just make sure you have it in the camper when you open the box,

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Posted: 06/13/21 10:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We used a 3" topper for 10 years. I just replaced the mattress with one from Costco for about $400. We'll see how the wife likes it...


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We got one of those foam mattresses that come in a box but it wasn't a short queen, which we needed, so I just cut off 6in or so and it works great. In our previous trailer we put a 3in memory foam topper on that garage RV mattress it came with but still weren't happy...woke up sore and hot.


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