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Adjustable Beds: TOP 12 Worst

Adjustable Beds: TOP 12 Worst & Best Adjustable Bed Specs Announced by Bed Hound

Mon Nov 12, 2018 - 13:15pm UTC

Exposing the 4 WORST and 8 BEST Adjustable Bed Specs, New Adjustable Bed Guide by BedHound.com Reveals How To Choose the Right Adjustable Bed for Different Purposes.

Houston, TX, United States – November 12, 2018

“The popularity of adjustable beds has shot through the roof over the last few years” claims Mika Wilson, the founder of BedHound.com. “Adjustable beds, used exclusively in hospitals a couple of decades ago, have invaded American homes with remarkable success in the new millennium. Sadly, not every adjustable bed in the market is as good as the manufacturer promises it to be” Wilson warns.

These 4 WORST and 8 BEST Adjustable Bed Specs were recently revealed by BedHound.com to help consumers distinguish high quality adjustable bed frames from low-quality ones.

The unusual report on https://BedHound.com/Worst-and-Best-Adjustable-Beds/ aims to educate consumers on 12 of the most critical specs important when shopping for an adjustable bed.

The report subdivides the 12 specs into 8 ‘best’ specs and 4 ‘worst’ specs. According to the review, the 8 best adjustable bed specs are (a) wall hugging, (b) upholstered, furniture-style decking, (c) pillow tilting, (d) elevation lift articulation, (e) lumbar support, (f) programmable memory positions, (g) therapeutic massage motors, and (h) a minimum 800 pound weight lifting capacity.

“Although it would be great to have an adjustable bed with all of these 8 specs, consumers must realize that they don’t necessarily need all 8 of them” Wilson intervenes. “For example, a young and healthy sleeper need not invest on a Glideaway Elevation bed, the best adjustable bed recommended for elders. Similarly, people without back problems would not need a Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 adjustable bed with therapeutic lumbar support. This is where the adjustable bed review on www.bedhound.com stands out from the crowd. Instead of blatantly dictating to consumers on the model of reclining bed they should buy (like certain other online adjustable bed reviews do), it guides consumers on how to select the perfect adjustable bed based on their specific needs” Wilson elaborates.

The report uses 12 Self-Explanatory Animations to achieve its goal of educating consumers.

In addition to reviewing the top 12 features of adjustable beds, the report reviews nine advanced specs that consumers should be aware of. “These specs may not be as critical as the head tilt or the foot articulation of electric riser beds, nevertheless can improve the comfort level and quality of one’s sleep” Wilson continues. These advanced features reported on bedhound.com are USB ports for charging smart devices, anti-snore position adjustments, alarm clocks, sleep timers, wireless backlit remote controllers, under bed lighting, speakers, up to 25 years of warranty, smartphone operation via Bluetooth and pre-programmed sit-up, zero-gravity and lounge positions. “The whole idea behind purchasing a modern adjustable bed is comfort and high quality sleep; this is why shoppers don’t hesitate to spend an extra hundred dollars on these types of specs nowadays” explains Wilson.

They have also included a comprehensive list of 50 adjustable bases from 12 leading manufacturers of adjustable beds, namely, Leggett & Platt, Reverie, Purple, Serta, Classic Brands, Glideaway, iDealbed, Sleep Number, Tempur-Pedic, Craftmatic, Ergomotion, and Lucid. They take it a step further and go on to list the best adjustable beds for back pain, acid reflux/ GERD, seniors, snoring, married couples, and restless leg syndrome. This section is an extremely useful read for anyone interested in purchasing an adjustable bed in the future. “Best adjustable beds of 2018/2019 are Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0, Reverie 9T, TEMPUR-Pedic’s TEMPUR-Ergo Extend, Glideaway Elevation, and Sleep Number FlexFit adjustable beds” Wilson explains.

“Even the best adjustable bed will be of limited value without a suitable adjustable mattress” Wilson exclaims. “Memory foam and latex mattresses are often considered to be the best types of adjustable mattresses. A suitable soft or firm adjustable mattress should be chosen depending on whether the buyer is a stomach, back, or a side sleeper. Many bed manufacturers nowadays offer free adjustable mattresses, pillows and even free white glove delivery with the purchase of their product. Being aware of such offers and deals will help consumers get the maximum value for their dollar when shopping for an adjustable bed” Wilson elaborates.

The report advises consumers to pick the right size of Queen, King or Split California King adjustable bed and to stay away from adjustable beds with high price tags, noisy motors or shady sales tactics.

Contact Info:
Name: Mika Wilson
Organization: Bed Hound

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