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ComforZen Memory Foam Mattress Topper: Buy It At Sam's Club!

Updated on January 22, 2018
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Annette Sharp holds a BAAS in Behavioral Science from Texas A&M. She is a counselor and motivator with an empathetic heart.

Why You Should Buy the Memory Foam Mattress Topper

Let me tell you, this pure foam topper takes the taco in back pressure relief! Compared to a regular mattress, I give this baby FIVE ***** stars. Here's how I best describe it.

When you lay down on the mattress, it creates a sensation of being suspended above the bed. For real, that's how it feels to me. No, no, not an 'out-of-body-experience', just a nice comfy envelope of natural comfort. It seems to hug the body in all the right places, conforming to the natural shape of your back.

What I noticed most about my old mattress, a high quality Spring Air, is that when I would lay on my back, the lower part of my back would pinch just enough to feel like it was "out of whack". But with the new Memory Foam mattress topper, presto! No more back pain! It gently cups my body like a floating white, fluffy cloud. Okay..... well, maybe I'm exaggerating about that part, but it's such a relief to actually feel my body relax .

Find it at Sam's!
Find it at Sam's! | Source

It's Inexpensive at Sam's Club! Back Pain Relief for $99!!

Yep, you're reading this right. I found the mattress pad for $99 dollars at Sam's Wholesale Club. I'd been looking around for a mattress topper for a couple of months. I saw one at JC Penney's but it was over $200 dollars. My sister located a damaged foam topper at a salvage store for around $80 bucks, but when she went to purchase the pad, it was gone. She called me a couple of weeks later and told me there was a whole shipment of them at Sam's and they were priced right.


Who Makes the Memory Foam Mattress Cover?

According to the information on the box, it's 100% polyurethane foam. That's all, just foam. And it's, naturally, made in good ole China! But here's where it gets a bit confusing.

The pad I bought is called a ComforZen Memory Foam 2.5" Mattress Topper, a trademark of Sinomax in the USA. Then is says it's PureFoam, another trademark of Sinomax. (?) If that's not enough, the cover for the pad, Tencel, appears to be a trademark of an Austrian company called Lenzing AG and last, but not least, it's linked to a German company called Merck KGaA. I think the German company is connected to the "natural charcoal" to eliminate odors within the pad.

So, it's contracted, made in China, then sold wholesale to the USA.

Five Star Rating for the Memory Foam Mattress Pad!

Rating: FIVE STARS *****!!!!!

You may find a better deal on Ebay or Amazon. But for the cost of convenience, I was satisfied to make a quick stop at Sam's to pick it up for instant relief.

So if you want to relieve stress, rest in comfort, diminish back pain and feel like you're floating on a cloud, purchase the ComforZen Memory Foam Mattress Topper. You won't be sorry.

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    • donotfear profile imageAUTHOR

      donotfear 

      6 years ago from The Boondocks

      50Caliber!! Great day in the mornin, my friend. I knew you were a cool guy...now I know for sure. You're a regular at Salvation Army and Goodwill. Any non-profit thrift store is gonna hold treasures for us. Hot dang, I'm glad you found a topper so cheap!! Awesome!

      I didn't know you had so many problems with your back. All that panning for gold too much for you? Thanks for reading my stuff....and I'm glad you liked my videos. You're too cool......

      I'm still here, just not as active, but I'm trying to get motivated again. Thanks a million!

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      50 Caliber 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      Annette, a super review on a blessing in disguise, I had not heard of these toppers, I'm kinda disconnected from what is happening in the world of new and useful things.

      I'm glad to catch this essay on a very cool development. I'm a Goodwill store and Salvation Army store supporter, us poor boy have poor ways but I kinda like finding and buying yesteryears throw away stuff.

      I ran up on a little hole in the wall called "cost cutters" the owner had nabbed a contract with Sams to get the store returns. I got a queen size topper with all the fixings rolled up and stuffed in a big plastic sack, I didn't know what memory foam was but after Larry the store owner gave me a tutorial he sold me one for 50 bucks and told me if it didn't satisfy bring it back. I have a sett of spinal cages installed in my lumbar and cervical spine and finding a way to lay is a chore. I got one and after putting it on I have no complaints. If I lay on a hard surface like the floor, I can slide a paper towel roll under the arch that is the result of the spine work. I get some serious relief from the mold to you foam. I occasionally have to add my old wedges to lift my hind end and force bend the arch to touch heavier and those are nights of pain and need an extra touch, but even then the memory foam works it's magic. I have since got a memory foam pillow that has 4 different sizes of neck support depending how you turn it, again a super product and a Sams return.

      I'm happy to see you pop up in my notifications and have enjoyed the super youtube video up and see you flying through the trees on a roller trolley. I have found one on the Gila river for people to cross when the water is to high for fording and even my tired old butt loves to roll across about 50 feet on cables that run both ways. Keep trucking! I've looked at your hubs and there are quite a few I missed so I'll be going back. I have problems getting notifications from different writers and often think they moved on, then out of the blue I get a notification and find I been missing out.

      Glad to see you are still active!

      Blessings,

      dusty

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