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jimchris09


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15/05/2009 11:31

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Anybody know how much these are in TRNC? Trying to get price for 150X200cm size.



TheSaints



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15/05/2009 11:48

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We got a 160 x 200 from Homefront, 470



Littlenige



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tempur at karacum do not know their number sorry



KarsiyakaKid


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Back in June 2006 we purchased a temper mattress from a chap who was the official supplier for Tempur products in Northern Cyprus. His name was "Olgun" and his email address was olgun@meditemcyprus.com whether it still is I honestly wouldn't know. Fortunately I didn't throw all the paper work away and can reliably inform you that the said mattress cost 1947 USD - which on the face of it doesn't sound good for you as I would imagine that our rate to the dollar was much better then than it is now. However we adore our mattress and makes our villa a home from home - worth every penny.



laptagal


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We have a 'bog standard' firm matress in TRNC and have brought a memory foam topper over from the UK - cost about 100, I think. We have a Tempur matress in the UK and this arrangement has the same effect. I agree with Karsiyakakid, wouldn't be without it.



the butler


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15/05/2009 15:22

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Hi all,



I am not knocking tempur mattresses but I do think you are paying for the name. You can get a very good memory foam mattress for half the price. I am sure that mermaid fabrics have them.





The butlers wife



Littlenige



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it depends on WHY you want the mattress, tempur the molecules change when they come into contact with ypour body heat and give way thus you are fully supported.



Memory foam gives but returns tio shape the memory ones are ok for comfort but for any one with artritic od medical needs I would recommend the tempur ones.



jacktheladett


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15/05/2009 16:13

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I wonder if Tempur make 2 different types then? We looked into Tumpur before we came out, but when we explained where we were going and the heat, they called their head office and said they wouldn't recommend it because the heat the latex would contain would just make us even hotter.



They lost a sale but at least they were honest.



Littlenige



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15/05/2009 16:20

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http://www.tempur.co.uk/tempuruk/mattresses/deluxe/?cPath=1 would seem to be the one for here it has a quilted top this will help to prevent overheating, that is somthing i did come across when i sold them in the uk.



There training courses were very very good. top class company.



Wiser


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I had heard that they increase body temperature when we looked in to getting one...not what you need here in the summer months!



Has anyone who has a Tempur found this to be a problem?



the butler


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Hi Littlenige.



I would like to purchase a memory foam mattress in Cyprus but I cannot use an electric blanket with the one I have in the UK. As everyone I have spoken to, says an electric blanket is a must in Cyprus in the winter. Can you use one with your tempur?





The butlers wife



Littlenige



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Not recommended why not get a fleace underblanket it will keep you warm and save on the leccy bill



dizzycows


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Just get a four tog duvett and put that on top of the mattress for extra warmth in winter and its fabulously comfy, feels wonderful, lol



keithr


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15/05/2009 17:02

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I've seen memory mattresses for sale but I can't remember where !!!!!



Teresa


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We got our Tempur from Smartplus, never found a problem with overheating in the summer.



Izzet



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YATSAN is the most well known brand in Turkey for mattress.

They specialise in that:

http://www.yatsancyprus.com/



simbas



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We have a Tempur at home here in the uk . I find it extremely hot and unfortable in the warmer weather , i have to lie on top of the duvet rather than under it .

Regards , Simbas



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