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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    I comfort something or another. Less than a year old and very comfortable.

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    is this similar to the sleep number? we saw one in a camper at an rv show today and can't remember the name. it sounds kinda like icomfort

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    is this similar to the sleep number? we saw one in a camper at an rv show today and can't remember the name. it sounds kinda like icomfort
    No. It's memory foam with gel in it. Similar to tempurpedic

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    No. It's memory foam with gel in it. Similar to tempurpedic

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    i tried the memory foam. didn't seem to help.

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    Memory Foam, Like it. I was using an aero bed it actually worked better, but they are no tolerant to long term everynight use.
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    Serta perfect sleeper here.
    It is the most expensive bed I have ever owned @ $1200, and the least comfortable bed I have ever purchased!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kamersoutdoor View Post
    Serta perfect sleeper here.
    It is the most expensive bed I have ever owned @ $1200, and the least comfortable bed I have ever purchased!


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    that's what scares me. i don't want to drop 5 g's and not like it or it does not help. i found another one like sleep number but they don't have a store to try it out. i have to bite the bullet soon, i am 2 days with almost no sleep again.

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    don't worry. after a couple of years you get used to not sleeping
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    I recently spent 4 nights in a hotel that had sleep number beds. I didn't much care for it. In fact, one night I ended up sleeping in the chair. Maybe there are different levels of quality in the sleep number line and the hotel bought the cheapest? I bought a Serta something or other and added a 3" memory foam topper. Does well for me and the missus.
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    I bought a memory foam bed a couple years ago, it was about a grand. Can't say it's any better than the pillow top I had, I'm still sore all the time.

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    water bed for years, then sleep number, now a sealy posturpedic, love this mattress!
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  11. #24
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    Tempurpedic for me. I've had it over ten years and love it.

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    Tempur, comfortable bed I have ever purchased and it's good to sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by viceman View Post
    don't worry. after a couple of years you get used to not sleeping
    it's been on and off like this for a few years. it's starting to make me not want to work. i can't do that. too many people rely on me and i find myself pushing cleanings and bids off.

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