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Old 10-27-2006, 08:46 PM   #1
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Ok i went to my local store to check on priceing and to try one out.

Def are very comfy

Prices.... :(

Twin XL.

3000 with Plush and Sleep Number - $794
3000 with No Plush, and No Number - $362

Big diffrence in price just to get the Plush and the control with the Number on it


What do your guys think?
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I think the plush and # is worth it
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Old 10-27-2006, 09:38 PM   #3
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well i checked my bed its not a twin Xl its only a Twin..
So yay cheaper...

i just ordered it. i said to my self... Over $400 more just for plush and Numbers... not realy worht it to me, cuz i realy dont need the numbers cuz you go by feel, and i know i can by/make somthing that does the same as the plus option...

so $297, done shipped not bad at all
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Get an egg-crate pad and a mattress pad. Put the eggcrate on first, the quilted pad over it to hold it in place.

Almost as good as a pillow-top (plush).

No number? How the hell do you adjust it then?
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Get an egg-crate pad and a mattress pad. Put the eggcrate on first, the quilted pad over it to hold it in place.

Almost as good as a pillow-top (plush).

No number? How the H*** do you adjust it then?
its the same as yours just doesn;t have the LCD screen on it

yeah, its $200 just for a preshure gadge
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Get an egg-crate pad and a mattress pad. Put the eggcrate on first, the quilted pad over it to hold it in place.

Almost as good as a pillow-top (plush).

No number? How the H*** do you adjust it then?
its the same as yours just doesn;t have the LCD screen on it

yeah, its $200 just for a preshure gadge
But how the hell do you know if it held the pressure you set? If I were you, I'd find a way to Tee in a pressure gauge aftermarket. There are times the pressure drops. Mine does a little every couple months.
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lol yup, as i just clicked on this my dad just said the same thing

Ill look into that.

Also, what type of padding did you get? just any old Eg crate or somthing?
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How so cheap? Th model I am looking at is like $1799 its a 5000 model?
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How so cheap? Th model I am looking at is like $1799 its a 5000 model?
cuz you getting all the fancy stuff...

I got the basic 3000 model, with No Plush No LCD Sleep number thingy...

and its a Twin, 38x75"
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How so cheap? Th model I am looking at is like $1799 its a 5000 model?
cuz you getting all the fancy stuff...

I got the basic 3000 model, with No Plush No LCD Sleep number thingy...

and its a Twin, 38x75"

Well at 300lbs I need the fancy stuff...
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