>>Foam Bed Wedge Review

Foam Bed Wedge Review

Price: £24.99
Was: £39.99

The foam bed wedge will allow the user to sit comfortably in bed while reading or watching TV.  It can be used under the mattress on a single bed so the mattress can function as an adjustable bed without the high cost or used under pillows.  The foam bed wedge can also be used at the bottom of the bed to support legs and feet.

This product has been designed with advice from Doctors and other healthcare professionals, many people have reported that the wedge helps people with acid reflux.  The cushion has a removal cover which means it is easy to keep clean.

The foam is firm enough to give support, but not too firm, especially when you add some pillows.  Ideally, this would be used underneath the mattress, but that is not always possible.  For example on a double bed, it will tilt the other side of the bed unevenly and won’t be too comfortable for your partner and they may end up on the floor!

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Pros

  • Attractive blue colour

  • Comfortable

  • Can be used on top of or under mattress

Cons

  • Some users report the wedge is a little too firm

By |2018-02-24T20:39:08+00:00May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Bedroom|Tags: , , , |2 Comments

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2 Comments

  1. Derek S 26th May 2017 at 10:22 am - Reply

    this was a little too firm for me, but i added a couple of pillows on top which made it a lot better.

    • Admin 7th June 2017 at 10:08 am - Reply

      Hi Derek, the thing with cushions or pillows is everyone is different. What maybe too firm for someone maybe too soft for someone else.

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