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Linenspa 8 Inch Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Medium-Firm Mattress-Twin Mattress

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Size: Twin

Style: 8 Inch Mattress Only


  • 8 inch hybrid twin bed mattress combine hypallergenic memory foam with the traditional support of an innerspring mattress for a medium-firm feel perfect for kids rooms, guest beds, or an affordable low-profile option
  • A plush layer of memory foam helps align the spine to minimize pressure points for increased comfort in our memory foam mattress
  • Finished with a cozy knit cover, this mattress is compressed as a bed in a box for convenient delivery and setup
  • Available in a medium-firm 8-inch profile, a medium 10-inch profile, or a plush 12-inch profile with edge suppport.
  • Packaging process may leave small brown flecks called carbons in the mattress packaging; These carbons are harmless pieces of plastic and will not stick to your mattress; 10 year limited warranty


Add the pressure point relief of memory foam to the reliable support of a traditional spring mattress, and you have the revolutionary comfort of the hybrid mattress. A layer of memory foam is quilted in the soft, knit cover and placed over a 1.5 inch layer of comfort foam to create an incredibly comfortable sleep surface. The foam conforms to the unique curves of your body to minimize pressure points. Beneath the foam top, 6 inch steel coils offer the support and durability of a spring mattress. This design distributes body weight to contour and support as you sleep. The spring layer provides the traditional boz many like in an innerspring mattress, and improves the breathability of the mattress. This mattress is rolled and shipped in a box for convenient delivery and setup. Simply take the box to the proper room, Carefully remove packaging, and watch as the mattress expands to its true size. This mattress comes with a 10 year U.S. warranty that guards against manufacturer defect.

Product Dimensions: 75 x 39 x 8 inches

Item Weight: 30 pounds

Manufacturer: Linenspa

Country of Origin: Mexico

Item model number: LS08TTMFSP

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Item Thickness: 8 Inches

Fill material Type: Memory Foam

material_composition: 53% Polyester Fiber39% Rayon Fiber6% Polyurethane Foam2% Polypropylene Fiber

Assembly Required: No

Number of Pieces: 1

Warranty Description: 10-year manufacturer's warranty.

Batteries Required?: No

Included Components: Mattress

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • I loved it so much, I bought a 2nd one (I think you have to pay xtra for bugs)
Size: Twin Style: 8 Inch Mattress Only
I now have two of these in my home for my two children... I bought my first in September of 2018 to replace an old mattress for my daughter... it was great, and my daughter loved the mattress... no issues at all with the mattress... my son needed a new mattress too, so I was about to order a 2nd one in February 2019 when I noticed numerous reviews (many recent) citing reports of bedbugs. Now let me clarify my experience here... I work in the hospitality business and maintain dormitories for military training students that are on a constant rotation, much like a hotel. We are all trained to spot, look for and deal with bed bugs should ever the problem arise... bed bugs have nothing to do with personal hygene or cleanliness, they can infest anything from the sleaziest no-tell motel to the fanciest 5-star Hyatt Regency. Also, bed bugs don't limit themselves to beds, they will travel and hide on/in anything... clothes, shoes, carpets, suitcases, curtains, laptops, alarm clocks, a book... bed bugs aren't picky. For those reviewers that say they got bedbugs... if you think it came from the mattress and you just tossed it out, problem solved... YOU STILL HAVE BEDBUGS because your house is now infested (or previously was and you just now noticed). Now back to these Linenspa mattresses... I LOVE THESE THINGS... they're very comfortable and affordable... both my kids love them. I had already purchased one back in 2018 and never had any issues, and as someone who can spot those little devils, our house is free of them. When I ordered my 2nd mattress (after reading the negative bug reviews) I went ahead and took the added precaution... and you should too... if you're ever worried about something like this... INSPECT AND OPEN THE MATTRESS OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE! I just laid a bedsheet in the driveway, opened the box, inspected the vacuum-sealed wrap... saw nothing... opened it up on the sheet on my driveway (to keep it clean of course) and fully inspected this sucker everywhere... nope... no bugs, no smells... just a nice clean beautiful mattress. Carried it inside, no issues, son happy... If you actually do have one that is infested like some people claim, and you opened it inside and slept on it... ya... your whole house is now infested (and possibly was before you bought a new mattress). I just want to make it clear that as someone who works in the hospitality business and is trained in spotting and dealing with those little devils long before it becomes a problem... I've bought two of these mattresses from this company and never had an issue with bugs or smells... and if I need a third or fourth mattress, i would buy another... but if you ever suspect or worry about something like this from this company, or ANY company... just open it outside on a clean sheet and inspect thoroughly before you bring it in.... that way if there is a problem, you don't risk letting them into your home. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019 by Wolfshanze

  • Great Customer Service.
Size: Twin Style: 8 Inch Mattress Only
(Update posted at the end) I bought two of these. One in a Twin size and One in a full size. The twin was absolutely perfect. came in a box and Inflated perfectly. The Full came a day late and didn’t come in a box. It was wrapped but was filthy. After unwrapping we saw a stain and it didn’t inflate all the way like my sons twin did. I emailed LinenSpa about it and Im waiting to hear if they will do anything about it. UPDATE: Linenspa’s customer service is exceptional! They replied to me the same day and saw the pictures. They apologized and sent a replacement that came in a box and it arrived a week later. The replacement was perfect. Very satisfied with the product and my kids love them. If your hesitant to buy because of any damages, fear not, they are really good at customer satisfaction. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2018 by Maria

Size: Twin Style: 8 Inch Mattress Only
I ordered these beds without seeing any review about a bed bug. I was confident and happy that I bought them. Then later on I saw a bunch of reviews saying there were bugs and I started to panic. I have had bed bugs before, and it is something I never want to experience again. So I was very upset that something I ordered would come with them. Linenspa said it's impossible for this to happen as the mattresses are pressed and rolled as soon as they're made. I'm not sure who first said there were bugs, but there are not. There ARE specs of dirt and dust or wood, but any specs you see are embedded in the plastic. I didn't take any pics, but I did take a screw driver and dig a hole where the supposed "bugs" were and none of the flakes ever touched the bed. Anything that was there was embedded in the multiple layers of plastic they have. None of them even resembled bugs. The only complaint I can have is that these specs are there in the first place. In a perfect world they wouldn't be, but we dont live in a perfect world. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2019 by Deloris B

  • Nope, no bedbugs (and here's why there wouldn't be)
Size: Twin Style: 8 Inch Mattress Only
If you’ve been reading reviews of this mattress, no doubt you’ve seen all the reviews claiming that someone found bedbugs in their mattress, and no doubt you’re starting to wonder whether buying this mattress is worth the risk. However, unlike many of the previous reviewers, I actually have firsthand experience with bedbugs. Thanks to the people who once lived in the apartment below mine, I know far more about bedbugs than I ever wanted to know. So, to set your mind at ease, here are a few important facts about bedbugs and why you’re highly unlikely to find them in a brand-new factory-sealed mattress. 1. Contrary to popular belief, bedbugs are not tiny little unidentifiable specks. An adult bedbug is reddish brown, about the size and shape of an apple seed, and easily identifiable as a bug. Bedbug eggs and nymphs (babies) are tiny little specks, but they’re whitish or yellowish. So if you see tiny dark spots on your new mattress, they are NOT bedbugs or bedbug eggs. Even if they appear to be moving, it’s probably due to static electricity or air currents, not because they’re alive. Any tiny specks on a new mattress are probably exactly what the manufacturer says they are, which is flecks of burned plastic left over from the packaging process. 2. Bedbugs won’t crawl into a mattress just because it’s a mattress. Bedbugs don’t know what mattresses are. Bedbugs are small, slow-moving critters that can’t jump or fly, so their preferred prey is something that’s lying still and oblivious to its surroundings, i.e., sleeping humans. They're attracted to sleeping humans by the carbon dioxide that humans exhale, and then they hide in or near the bed because they’ve found a food source in the bed, not because they’re somehow intelligent enough to recognize a mattress and seek out mattresses that aren’t currently occupied by humans. 3. Bedbugs would have trouble getting established in a factory. Certainly they could hitchhike into a factory on a worker’s clothes or belongings, but once there, they wouldn’t thrive. They prefer to hide during the day and feed at night. They don’t like bright lights or prey that’s awake, moving around, and alert enough to smack any bugs they feel crawling on them. Any bedbug that made its way into a mattress factory would probably just get stepped on, not start a colony in the equipment and infest all the mattresses. (See above: no way is a bedbug intelligent enough to think to itself, "Hey, that thing over there is a mattress. If I hide in it, I'll eventually get delivered somewhere that I can find a sleeping person to bite.") 4. Bedbugs aren’t indestructible. It’s true that they’re highly resistant to pesticides, and according to some sources, they can live a year without food and 18 months without oxygen. But one thing that does reliably kill bedbugs is heat, and furthermore, bedbugs can be squashed. In the unlikely event that a bedbug crawled onto a mattress in a factory, it probably wouldn’t survive as the mattress is compressed with giant rollers, wrapped in multiple layers of shrink wrap (which requires heat to shrink the shrink wrap), stored in a non-climate-controlled warehouse, shipped in the non-climate-controlled hold of a cargo ship, etc. 5. Bedbug nymphs require a blood meal to progress from one stage of development to the next. Even if a bedbug got onto a mattress in the factory (unlikely, because they don’t know what a mattress is), survived the packaging process (unlikely), and laid eggs inside the packaging (only possible if this specific bedbug is a pregnant female), you wouldn’t end up with a mattress crawling with bedbugs. Without anything to eat, the nymphs would not develop. (And no, these hypothetical bedbugs inside the packaging couldn't survive by eating each other. The only thing bedbugs eat is mammalian blood.) 6. A bug on your bed isn't automatically a bedbug. Bedbugs are a specific species of insect. Walking across a bed doesn't make any other kind of bug a bedbug, any more than walking across a cow pasture would make you a cow. (I bring this point up because I've looked at a number of photos of supposed bedbugs posted by other reviewers. Only one photo clearly showed a bug, and that bug was the wrong shape to be a bedbug.) It's possible for a bug to get into a warehouse or delivery truck and hide in a crevice of your package. It's also possible for a bug to get in through your open door while you're bringing your package inside, or for a bug that was already in your house to come out while you're unpackaging your mattress, and end up on your new mattress just because it's there. But none of these scenarios necessarily means that you have bedbugs. Granted, you probably don't want any bug of any species in your bed. However, bedbugs are particularly bad news because they will bite you and they're very hard to get rid of. But odds are that any other bug on your bed is something harmless that you can just vacuum up and forget about. 7. If you buy a new factory-sealed mattress and later notice bedbugs in your home, that doesn’t prove that the bedbugs came from the mattress. Bedbugs can get into a home in any number of ways. Live in an apartment building? The bedbugs may have crawled through the walls from a neighboring apartment. Slept in a hotel or at someone else's house lately? You may have brought bedbugs home from there. Had overnight guests? They may have brought the bedbugs with them. Bought any used furniture, even if it wasn't bedroom furniture? It may have had bedbugs hiding in the cracks. Used public transportation? You may have picked up a bedbug that was hiding in the seat upholstery. And so on. Furthermore, a bedbug infestation in a home can start with just one pregnant female bedbug, but bedbugs reproduce slowly by insect standards, so it could take weeks or months for the infestation to get big enough to notice. So by the time you realize you have bedbugs, they've probably been there for quite a while and it's likely impossible to trace where they came from. But a brand-new sealed mattress is about the least likely source. (And by the way, bedbugs don't come from bad hygiene or unsanitary living conditions. Bedbugs aren't attracted by dirt or garbage or smells; they're attracted by people who breathe, which is, last time I checked, everybody. So the cleanest person in the most spotlessly neat home can get bedbugs just as fast as the smelliest slob who never washes his sheets, because both the clean person and the smelly slob breathe.) 8. If, in spite of everything I just said, you’re still feeling paranoid about bedbugs, there’s a simple precaution you can take. Buy a zippered mattress cover that’s labeled “dust mite proof,” and as soon as you’ve unpackaged the mattress, zip it up in the cover and just keep it in the cover. (Bedbugs are bigger than dust mites, so anything that's impervious to dust mites is also impervious to bedbugs. And no, bedbugs can’t chew through a mattress cover. Their mouth parts are designed only for sucking blood, not chewing.) Also, if you have enough floor space, you can quarantine your new mattress for a few days. Lay it out on the floor where it’s not touching any walls or furniture and stick strips of double-sided tape to the floor all the way around it. In the almost impossible event that a bedbug comes crawling out of the mattress, it will get stuck in the tape and eventually die. In short, if you buy this mattress, you're not going to get any unwanted guests with it. (Well, let me rephrase that statement: you won't get any unwanted guests in the form of bedbugs. I can't make any guarantees about annoying relatives who invite themselves over.) So let's move on to a review of the mattress itself. Short version: It's okay, but I'm not hugely impressed. Longer version: COMFORT/SUPPORT: I don't find this mattress supportive enough. Especially if I sleep on my stomach, I can feel my hips sagging into the mattress, which leads to a backache. Admittedly, I'm a full-size adult who weighs, well, let's just say more than 150 pounds, so I may just be too heavy for an eight-inch twin mattress. (Still, the equally thin, cheapo inner-spring mattress I had before this one worked fine for years, so I suspect the problem is this mattress, not me.) If you're a heavier adult and/or prone to backaches, this may not be the mattress for you, especially not the eight-inch version. Also, the sides of the mattress are not reinforced, so if you sit on the edge of the bed, you'll sink down all the way to the box springs. You essentially have to hoist yourself out of a hole to get out of bed, so if you have difficulty standing up from a sitting position, this is not the ideal mattress for you. APPEARANCE: My mattress never fully expanded after it was unpackaged. The center reached a full eight inches, but the corners did not. The smashed-down corners don't really affect the usability of the mattress, but they do make it look oddly saggy and lumpy. SMELL: I didn't notice any bothersome smell. I could detect a faint scent when the mattress was brand new and I laid face-down on it without a sheet, but once I put sheets on, I no longer noticed it. NOISE: The springs squawk loudly when I'm getting into or out of bed. However, they're loudest when my weight is concentrated in one spot. When I'm lying down with my weight more widely distributed, the springs make very little noise when I roll over. DURABILITY: I've only had this mattress a few months, so I don't know about long-term durability. However, the fabric top of the mattress is already starting to pill. As already noted, the sides of the mattress aren't reinforced. Also, the top is a cotton-like fabric that's not waterproof or water-resistant, which means that it will stain. If your child spills a juice box on the bed (to say nothing of more gross scenarios), you may be able to wipe away some of the stain with a wet washcloth, but the ghost of the stain will be there approximately forever. I don't think this mattress will hold up to long-term use. So, should you buy this mattress? If you need a cheap mattress delivered to your door in a small box in a hurry, then this is probably an acceptable option. And no, you're not going to get any bedbugs as a free bonus. But don't expect top-quality comfort or durability, because you're likely not going to get them either. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2020 by S. Johnson

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