Thursday, July 3, 2008

Sleep Number vs. Tempurpedic

We have a Sleep Number bed. Both Kevin and I just love it. Before, we had a foam memory topper and 6 egg crates on top of that on top of an older mattress, which is ok, but still not as soft as a Sleep Number bed. I still have one egg crate mattress topper on top of the Sleep Number bed - I think it helps smooth it out. My only peeve is that when he is not in the bed, it tends to roll me to the middle of the bed.

Here's some info on Sleep Number beds:

There are two outlets in Texas that I know of, if you know of another one, let me know.

http://www.outletbound.com/cgi-bin/enh_center.cgi?state_cd=TX&geocity=70LKMZ2W

http://www.ilovegrapevinetexas.com/Grapevine-Mills-Mall.aspx


http://www.discountedairbeds.com/Sleep-Comfort-Number-Bed_c_11.html


interesting forum discussion:
http://community.cookinglight.com/archive/index.php/t-70798.html

Other Forums

The Radisson hotel chain has quite a lot of Sleep Number beds - you can stay the night at one of them to check it out.
http://www.radissonsleepnumberbed.com/

same with tempurpedic
http://www.tempurpedic.com/tempurcmsvb/company/hotels/

While looking up all this stuff, I found this site to be intriguing.
http://www.landandsky.com/products/whywater.asp

opinion
http://www.epinions.com/review/Land_and_Sky_Impression_5500/content_17220406916

1 comment:

Hunter said...

Sleep number beds are definitely decent. But, I'm partial to the comfort and temperature control of waterbeds.