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Old 03-23-2015, 04:32 PM   #1
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Hi all, I am planning to purchase a Tempurpedic mattress top for our sleep number bed. Any experience. Please share.

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Old 03-23-2015, 06:23 PM   #2
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For our sleep number bed I bought an IsoCool mattress cover with a 3 inch foam topper. Best thing I ever slept on. Got it on Amazon for around $300 if I remember correctly. We loved it so much in the mh that we bought one for our sleep number in the house. We have had it almost a year and it has held up great.

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Old 03-23-2015, 06:34 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Nxkharra View Post
Hi all, I am planning to purchase a Tempurpedic mattress top for our sleep number bed. Any experience. Please share.
We bought the queen size Tempuredic topper about a year ago and like it so much that we're considering one for the house. It was the only brand that was a true 60" X 80" to fit the mattress. Buy it at Bed Bath & Beyond with the 20% discount and you'll be very happy with it.
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Old 03-24-2015, 09:11 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Nxkharra View Post
Hi all, I am planning to purchase a Tempurpedic mattress top for our sleep number bed. Any experience. Please share.
Recently purchased the Tempurpedic topper for our fairly new mattress we purchased a year ago. What a difference the topper made. When we purchased the new mattress we bought one that was to firm. Not much breaking in period and by the time we were back to sleeping in the coach the "return to vendor" period expired. I was reluctant to spend the 400 dollars (at Bed, Bath, and Beyond) on the topper but it turned out be be great. We are now saving to purchase another topper for the house.

Not sure how well they work on a sleep number bed but on a regular mattress I give it 2 Thumbs Up!!!...
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Old 03-24-2015, 09:19 AM   #5
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Not sure why you would want one on a Sleep Number bed, wouldn't that defeat the purpose of the adjustable sides on the Sleep Number? Doesn't make sense to me.
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Comfort is very subjective. With that said, I put a 3" memory foam topper on my sleep number, and it went from very uncomfortable to super nice. The only problem that I have encountered is the weight of the topper. I upgraded the gas struts to the largest size that I could find, and it still will barely hold the bed up to get stuff underneath. It always takes two people to get stuff out from underneath, one to hold it up and the other to retrieve items. Other than that, a very worthy upgrade for us.
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We just bought a temperpedic mattress to start with. I love the one I bought for my house and bought one for the motor home.
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We also bought one. What a big improvement, you won't be sorry.

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