I am sure many of you guys and gals have bad circulation and bad backs. I truly feel sorry for you. I very seldom get more than 2 hrs. sleep a night. Usually take a 2 hr nap during day. I have started investigating this new big adjustible bed I keep seeing on TV. I think they cost around 4-5K. Okay my question is-anyone trying one of these beds I think some are called sleep master. Was the bed worth it?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Footloose,
My parents have the adjustable sleep number bed and love it. I have owned 4 Sleep numbers but mine have all been the non adjustable (IE move up and down back and legs).
They are about 4K for a good one but they are well worth it.
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We have a reverie full adjustable split top king. It sleeps great, is low to the ground, and plenty of adjustment. Also cooler with the individual latex coils. Was about $8k at a Costco Roadshow. I have rods on my spine so good bed is a must.
Mikey I honestly did not know a bed could even cost that much Bozman how many yrs did you get from the sleep numbers? I still have to try something soon. I have a $900 mattress now.Its Ok,but I have heard that people that bought the remote control ones have ridden some of there back and leg pains. Beats taking a lot of Tylenol.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Footloose,
On sleep number beds, you can just add three zeros to the end.
ie iQ 10 = $10,0000.00, iQ8 = $8,000.00
Your results may vary.
Well there sure will not be a sleep number. Way out of my budget currently
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