Originally Posted by OrngTrillium
Now just as a precaution I heard you need to deflate a sleep number when going up elevation, as well it may take a few nights adjusting your number to ideal comfort after you get one? Also the bladders are smaller on new ones?
Went from sea level to sw. Va. 2600 ft. Didn't notice much. Hit NM. 3500 ft. Bed was a concrete slab. What? Oh, right. Dumped some air, happy sleeping again. I am afraid I won't remember when I get high enough to blow the poor thing up. Lol.