Carpenter Isotonic Foam Mattress Pad

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  • The Cloud Nine of Foam Pads

    Jan 26, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Exceptional comfort and support; light weight; easy set up with quilted cover
    Cons: New "plastic" odor must be aired out thoroughly

    Summary: Until recently I slept poorly on an ancient queen-size futon; even a feather bed on top could not alter the essential fact that the mattress was way past its serviceable life and hardly better than sleeping on the floor. But I could not get up the ... read more

  • Buyers Remorse!

    Aug 2, 2011 by
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    Pros: Well...if you press your hand on the surface, it does in fact leave a print.
    Cons: Didn't expand to queen size. Cover too lg. for foam. Shifts. Chemical smell. Pricey.  

    Summary: My husband insisted on purchasing the 4" version of the Isotonic Foam Mattress Pad. I was reluctant due to the high price (around $270). However, after the box was in our truck I was excited to try it out. First of all, when we removed it ... read more

  • short lived comfort

    May 1, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable in the beginning
    Cons: doesn't last

    Summary: I researched all the different options for getting a foam pad for our bed. I spent a couple weeks learning about foam density, different thicknesses, manufacturers..... I settled on the Isotonic mattress topper from absolutecomfortonsale.com, a queen ... read more

  • Isotonic is Great Product-but not your only option

    Mar 8, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great Product made of superior materials, brand recognition makes it easy to price shop.
    Cons: Too Expensive-many variations out there. Shop around. Feel it.

    Summary: "Isotonic" is one brand name of a mattress pad products made of the fiber "polyeurethane" which is fashioned into a product commonly called "viscoelastic foam", "memory foam", visco foam", etc. Carpenter Co. makes "Viscolux", "Omalon", and ... read more

  • Great sleep

    Nov 3, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable,Affordable sleep.Easy to setup.
    Cons: Warranty 5yrs...Don't know about longterm durability?

    Summary: I was looking at getting a new mattress or a select comfort air bed when I came upon a web site offering the ISOTONIC MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS PAD. I was a little skeptical but it had a 30 day return policy so I decided to give it a try. I bought the queen ... read more

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  • Toxic Smell

    Nov 7, 2009 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Soft
    pretty white
    cheap
    Cons: Stinks
    Will damage your immune system
    You will not sleep better knowing your breating toxic drek.

    Summary: It says Hypo-Allergenic and I can attest this is absolutly NOT TRUE. The stink is severe and toxic. Please do not use this on your kids...There's a little note that rides along with the packaging - in fine print - it says to air it out for 8 hours or ... read more

  • fish-smelling piece of crap

    Dec 30, 2008 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: imaginary
    Cons: smells like dead fish, cheap, wrong size, not thick enough

    Summary: I bought a full-size isotonic foam mattress pad from Bed, Bath, and Beyond for $150.  It smells like a dead fish, and looks like a $5 piece of crap that you'd find in an alleyway.  very cheap looking, and not even close to the size of my ... read more

  • Not flimsy; must air out!

    Sep 3, 2008 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Thick, comfortable, seemingly durable, noticable difference in comfort
    Cons: Smell (at first), slightly smaller than mattress so leaves a gap at edges.

    Summary: I intended to buy a cheaper foam topper but upon feeling the comparison once at the store, I realized the cheaper ($50 range) would make no significant difference in the comfort of my older, hard mattress. This is worth the extra money because you can ... read more

  • initially superb but not durable

    Dec 8, 2006 by
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    Pros: great support/comfort
    Cons: durability lacking; limited "lifetime"

    Summary: My experience of 7+ years using the isotonic mattress pad is that it is a great product but with a limited "lifetime". The support and comfort it provides are extraordinary. However, it has lost it's elasticity, maintaining permanent indentations on ... read more

  • Great pad and service

    Feb 1, 2004 by
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    Pros: Extremely comfortable. Great service.
    Cons: Short life

    Summary: I purchased an Isotonic Mattress pad from Absolute Comfort and fell in love. Sleeping on it was wonderful. I was a little surprised to find that after less than a year the pad had compressed due to body impressions. I called Absolute Comfort and ... read more

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