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MISSSVJS SparkPoints: (33,222)
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1/17/14 4:43 P

I have a S.A.T. bed (Self-Adjusting Technology) - Google it - they have an excellent website. It's similar to a Sleep Number bed but made with non-toxic materials. If you have ever stayed in a Hilton Garden Inn Suite hotel, you most likely slept on one. It is the best bed I have ever owned and have ever slept on - bar none (and I'm 56 years old and have done a lot of sleeping over the years). Price-wise it is probably comparable to a Sleep Number, but requires no electricity to adjust the firmness - it's all done by your body weight. I highly recommend this bed. We've had ours for 4+ years - they have an excellent warranty and great customer service.

We tried the Tempur-Pedic and the chemical fumes were so bad we had to get rid of it - it was also very hard to roll over on it.

PENDLETON_GIRL SparkPoints: (10,100)
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1/16/14 6:14 P

Hello Everybody,
In effort to get the proper amount of sleep to aid in weight loss, I've decided to go out and buy a new mattress. I have no idea what one to get. Does anyone have any advise? Does anyone have a Sleep Number bed? If so, how do you like it, and how long have you used it? Also, considering the TemperPedic line or possibly Sealy. Please help.

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