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Beds - What are you sleeping on?

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by gamelan, Dec 23, 2007.

  1. gdl203

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    Simmons Beautyrest World Class (aka Westin's "Heavenly Bed"). My wife really wanted it - she travels a lot for work and the Westin beds are her favorite by a wide margin. First, I was a little unsure about the pillowtop thingy, but then I got used to it and like it now.
     

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    Dunlop and talalay latex from Savvy Rest on a slatted, untreated wood platform.
     

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    looking to purchase a new bed. i think the frame that i currently have is still usable so i might go with just a mattress. i'd rather not spend more than $2000. i'm definitely going to try a Tempur-Pedic. beyond that, the marketing machines behind Hastens (NPR) and Duxiana (local news radio) have got me interested.

    just curious what others might recommend for a good nights rest.

    so what are you sleeping on?

    -Jeff

    (wow, ok, so Hastens might be out of the running since they start at 5Gs)


    Tempurpedic is what we have now and its okay. A few years ago we (wifey & I) had the sleep number bed and we didn't like it.


    Btw nice avatar. I have one on right now. [​IMG]
     

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    Sealy Posturepedic firm, love it. Highly recommended and (relatively) affordable
     

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    Hästens Excel super-king for 15 years now and still going strong; replaced the top mattress with a BJX a few years ago. Combined with Siberian goose feather duvet and frette bedding it is the best sleep I ever get

    R-O-T
     

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    Have my Duxiana bed for 8 years now and it still has great firmness and support.
     

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