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Old 10-20-2006, 02:34 AM   #11
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willwren'* Select Comfort bed is SO much nicer than my old waveless waterbed.

How do you know how Bill'* bed feels?
haha, this might get interesting....

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yeah I have a pretty bad back and am also very curious...

But Bill has already pretty much sold me...hmm, now for the money! Any more testimonials?
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Ever check out Tempur Pedic?
Sure did. Before the Select Comfort (sleep number). GAVE it to my in-laws after 4 months and bought the Select-Comfort. Never regretted the decision.
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willwren'* Select Comfort bed is SO much nicer than my old waveless waterbed.

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Ok, yeah, I have a queen size sleep number. Pretty damn nice bed IMO.

My parents have a California King Sleep number bed, they love theirs too
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ok cool, so no bad things about them

i think i may start to look into witch one i want and stuff...

i just wish they wernt so much $$ :(

o Well sleep is important its worth the money
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One more questionf for those who have it...

What model do you have...
3000, 4000, 5000, 7000, 9000 ???

mainly its how thick it is...
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NFC. I've had it too long. And don't fall for the platform option. It works just fine on a box spring. If it doesn't, simply cut a sheet of plywood for between them. Let the air mattress support you, not the box spring.
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I want to get one of these select comfort sleep number beds but I just cant justify the money for what you get. I slep on the one at my dads house many times and yes it is 100 percent better with no back pain. I just wish I was getting more for my money.
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If you want to try before you buy, some Radisson Hotels have them.
http://www.selectcomfort.com/corpora...number_bed.cfm
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You need at least a week to 'try'. It takes that long to figure out your number. I believe Select Comfort still has a 30 day or 90 day free trial period. If you don't like it, you get a full refund.
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