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Old 06-12-2015, 10:40 AM   #15
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What have you heard bad about the Sleep Number? We have one in our house and would never be without it.
I'm curious because i was thinking of replacing our OE Denver mattress with one.
Several people have told us they don't hold up and the air chambers font hold their numbers. We have a Duxiana bed at home and are trying to find something comparable, but I'm not sure we can lol!!! Glad to hear you like your SN!!
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Old 06-12-2015, 10:48 AM   #16
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Thanks to everyone for posting!! After reading your comments and doing a bit of on line research, I think we are going to keep the mattress we have and add a plush Topper. The couple we bought the Journey from kept the original Sleep Number thst came in the coach and replaced it with a very nice Sealy Posture pedic. It's just too firm for us. Adding a plush Topper just may give us that softness on top that we need.
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Old 06-14-2015, 01:43 AM   #17
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We installed a 2" Beauty Rest foam topper in the MH, and it sleeps great!

At home, we love our Sleep Number bed. It has had no problems leaking air in the 3 years we've had it. I've never heard the pump kick on unless we change the numbers on the remote! Best $600 I've spent lately.
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We've got a Tempurpedic at home ... and a Sleep Number in the coach. The sense that you've sunk into the Tempurpedic took a little getting used ... as did finding the right setting for me on the Sleep Number mattress (these days it's set at 75). Now that I'm used to 'em both - I don't really have a preference - I sleep like a log on either/both of 'em!
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Old 06-14-2015, 09:20 PM   #19
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Since we spend about 10 months a year in our mh we just changed over to a cal king. Very litle work to change base to rite size. That was 7 years ago so glad we did
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We have a Sleep Number at home, and just replaced the mattress in the coach with one. Since we are not full timers, we bought one of the lower number series. It still has a wireless remote, just no heater or massager. We purchased a mattress topper and are perfectly pleased. We didn't bother with the "motorhome" version, just bought it from the store at the mall. I can handle lowering the pressure if we go over a high elevation pass. LOL. Absolutely no complaints, here.
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