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Old 07-20-2013, 03:00 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by SuperDad View Post
We replace our queen size RV mattress with the Wall-Mart "tempurpedic style" queen mattress. we love it. They will ship it to your door. It's comes rolled up in a box. you open and let it sit for a today or to, then it ready to use.

We did this from a recommendation from another thread on this topic. We got the gel version from Walmart. We ordered it last week and shipment was five days. We got it in two.

Wife and I are camping for a week now around Skyline Drive and slept on it last night for the first time.

WE LOVE IT. We plan to order one for our bedroom as our bed is shot and we can't get a regular style mattress in our room due to old style stair case.

It didn't have any type of odor as some say they had. It was just as easy to unwrap and let it fluff up as they say and with the gel version it wasn't hot as some say they can be. It was med to heavy on the firmness. We got the 8" one and it is about 3" longer then an RV mattress. It also comes with a removable washable cover and no we do not use any type of topper. Don't need it.

It didn't really cause any issue like some have with maybe a slide or low cabinet. We do however notice we have less room to move around the side of the bed from the foot of it. We also are no longer able to stand in front of the bed with the sliding door closed and get dress. But this was no issue for us.

We went to a mattress store as some on another thread said you can get one for about 200 bucks and that is a no no. They pretty much laughed @ my wife and I. The cheapest we could find was one for about 1200 bucks!

I have to say that I was very skeptical but the wife and I are very pleased with it...

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Old 07-25-2013, 07:52 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by MSHappyCampers View Post
We've been using the Select Comfort Sleep Number beds in the S & B and also the RV's for many years. Could not be happier!

BTW, you can buy "refurbished" Sleep Number beds direct from the factory at huge savings. Most of these are simply beds that someone bought on trial and couldn't pay for them. You will always get new fabric, not what someone else has slept on!

I can't find a sleep number factory website that sells refurbished. Ask a sales person on the chat and he said they didn't sell refurbished mattresses. Where did you find them?

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I have a close friend who worked for them who has also said they don't sell refurbished models. I'd be interested in knowing where that is as well.

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