The Invacare economy foam mattress topper is a mattress option for hospital bed such as the Invacare Full-Electric Hospital Bed. The foam mattress helps support the user with the help of a high quality 1.5-pound density mattress.
The Invacare 5180 foam mattress is, in most peoples case, a more comfortable option than spring beds. The alternative, spring options can cause a mattress to be stiff and not as flexible; they are not meant to be used on hospital beds as much as the natural contouring to an electric hospital bed such as the Joerns Ultracare XT Full Electric Hospital Bed Bundle -- only a foam type mattress would work with the best flexibility. The Invacare 5184 option is longer, at 84 inches of length for taller patients, hanging feet are uncomfortable and can contribute to factors that may not let you get a full nights rest.
The Invacare Foam Mattress is made of a durable, high quality, and latex free material that helps prevent damage from easily being caused to the mattress. At times when comfort is needed for healing or resting, doing everything you can to gain the best night possible is within grasp.
Product Features and Benefits
- High Quality 1.5 Pound Density Foam
- Foam Type Mattress
- Comfortable and Durable
- Latex Free Material
- Manufacturer: Invacare
- Product SKU: 5180, 5184
- Foam Density: 1.5 Pounds
- Flammability: Regulatory Standard 16CFR1632 and 16CFR1633
- Warranty: Limited Warranty 1 Year
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Invacare Ships Free Yes
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsSince the reviews are from 2011 with one in 2013, are there any customers that would comment about their view now, after four years. I purchased a mattress from another manufacturer that turned into a canyon a month after I slept on it. The thing had a permanent hole where my but should sleep making very very uncomfortable to sleep on within the first month.Question by: richardd on Jun 20, 2015 12:03:00 PMCustomer reviews are done at the customer's discretion and we do not ask them to provide any further reviews once they are left on our site. It's best to check back from time to time to see if any new reviews have been placed for the product.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 8, 2016 3:19:00 PMCan it be used on a hospital bed? Will it stand up to being bent several times a day?Question by: richardd on Jun 20, 2015 4:35:00 PMWe cannot make any recommendations on how the product should be used. We can say that the manufacturer states the item is highly durable and flexible and could last a long time with proper care.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 18, 2016 2:43:00 PM