Are adjustable beds worth the price?

Posted on 01. Mar, 2012 by Mobility Scooter Batteries in adjustable beds

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7 Responses to “Are adjustable beds worth the price?”

  1. Patti

    01. Mar, 2012

    I have to wonder if a lift and reclining chair would serve the same purpose for a temporary confinement. I wasn’t comfortable one little bit the one time I stayed in the hospital (maternity ward). I can sleep very well in my recliner chair if my back or neck is hurting.

  2. June smiles

    01. Mar, 2012

    I have a sleep number, have had it for 6 years now, I only am sorry I didn’t get one when I purchased another ma tress a few years before!

    Sleep number does have a model which has the mechanism for raising the head, and/or feet. I’d love to have that, but I’m just really happy I have a sleep number. It definitely has provided better sleeping and much less pain when the night is over.

  3. Thomas

    01. Mar, 2012

    They are too expensive and not worth the money, I bought one 5 years ago, wish I had never bothered..If you need your bed head raised, you can get a head rest/lift for a few pounds, bed foot lift try the Red Cross, or a couple of bricks, not very sweet looking, but does the same job… I have been getting out of bed every morning groaning and, moaning for years…But have bought one of those beds you blow up, for less than £29, with its electric inflater, and touch wood starting to get out of bed without a moan…

  4. jimmy c

    01. Mar, 2012

    I never thought much about adjustable beds until my dad got one and now I would never be without one. It has improved my sleep, my back, my neck, etc. After my dad got his, I got one, my 2 sisters each purchased one and several of my friends have been convinced now too.

    So to answer your question, yes they are worth the price! Initially I got a standard one for the home that just lifted the head and the feet and it was good, but then upon further research, I came across the hi-lo type you mentioned and that is now what I currently own and it’s the best. It has more functionality and the ability to lower it closer to the ground makes getting in and out of bed so much easier and being able to tilt the bed makes things like working on my laptop and watching tv in bed a great deal easier.

    The bed I have now is technically a bariatric bed which is made for the overweight and obese, which I am not, but it offered all of the functionality I desired so it works out great for me. It looks more like a hospital bed but once the sheets and comforter are on you can hardly tell the difference because you barely see the frame of it. There are a lot of places that sell beds now but here are the places where I purchased my 2 beds (same company but 2 different websites) and I can attest to the quality of their products 100%:

    Sorry for the long winded response, but as you can see, I am a big believer in adjustable beds, so I hope I can turn you into one too because you will not regret it! I

  5. Lynn

    01. Mar, 2012

    Instead of buying a new bed, hospital type, or standard, try a recliner
    first. I have used my recliner to sit in, and to sleep in for many years
    now. They can be adusted to more positions than the hospital beds, and I have one unused. Having sinus and allergy trouble, I can keep my head elevated and yet, have the back support I need to avoid having aches and pains in my lower back. I have heard that many seniors also use their recliners to sleep in, for the most comfort with a low back pain condition.
    We invested in a new comfy mattress years ago, but it soon
    stopped being used, since both my husband and I preferred our
    recliners. And when these wear out, we’ll just have to replace them.

  6. Tom

    01. Mar, 2012

    I think they’re good ideas. I wouldn’t want one, but for people who like to read in bed or watch tv they might be ok. I would like to get one of those beds made out of foam. I slept on one and it was the best nights sleep I had gotten in years.

  7. Bert Weidemeier

    01. Mar, 2012

    Actually, the most comfortable bed I ever slept on was a waterbed.