There are an awful lot of things in this world which make me grouchy. Just missing the traffic lights turning green when I’m in my car, slightly burning my mouth when I take that first sip of coffee in the morning and a whole host of other first world problems can and do cause me great stress. However, the thing that makes me the grouchiest of all by far is not getting a good nights sleep. If I don’t get my eight hours each night then you may as well be communicating with a post-box in the morning. That is why I am always looking for ways to get better quality sleep, and in this review I will be taking a look at the Serenia Sleep Memory Foam Mattress to see if it can do just that.
So what can it do for me?
For years and years spring mattresses were the tradition in the bedrooms all over the country. Whilst they served a purpose there was always the potential that they would be replaced by a far superior technology and that was exactly the case when memory foam mattresses came along. Memory foam is a special type of technology which remembers the curves and contours of your body once you have slept on it to ensure that you get the best nights sleep possible. The Serenia is no different and it uses it’s own specific type of this technology to do the same. It will conform to your contours for even weight distribution, it absorbes vibration and it provides superior relief on the pressure points in your body.
Will I be able to get it into my home?
The design of the machine clearly wasn’t the priority during the creative process of the Homegear. There is not really any other way to describe it other than it looks like a little, black box. IT does however have the fact that it is very compact going for it, as at only 13.1 x 16.6 x 16.8 inches it is small enough to tuck away in a corner when it is not being used. You can even use it as an additional bit of gym equipment as it weighs a chunky 22 pounds, but of course I wouldn’t actually advise this!
What are the positives?
Everything is contained in such a neat little box that you probably couldn’t want much more from your infrared heater. You can control the temperature, you can easily move it from room to room, and it should save you some money on your energy bills. What’s not to like?
What about the negative points?
Power issues are the order of the day for complaints about the Homegear. Some have said that it was not as powerful as the company made it out to be in its description, and this meant that it did not heat up their rooms to a satisfactory level. If we are being extra picky then you could include the design as a negative too, so it’s only these two tiny things stopping this model from being considered for best infrared heater of the year!
What’s the summary?
As you’ve seen already there isn’t really a lot wrong with this heater. It does everything you would ask of it and even slightly more. Don’t sit there in the cold any longer. Get out there and buy one now!