It is rather impractical to sleep test all of the adjustable beds for sale
Therefore, I have decided to compile as much data as possible for the top selling adjustable beds so that you can use this comparison tool to figure out which one is best for your needs. I’m a believer in sleep testing things before I assign a rating to them. I don’t have enough sleep testing experience to feel that I can accurately rate any of these adjustable frames, so you won’t see ratings for awhile. This may change when I get to test drive more of these.
The categories that we have for comparing these adjustable beds are:
- Lifting Capacity
- Suitable Mattress Types
- Massage Feature
- Length of Warranty
- Return Policy
- Rating (in the future)
- Where you can get the best deal
Just drag and drop the ones you want to compare to see which fits your needs:
I put together this video so that you can see how different mattresses preformed on my Rize Adjustable bed.
New Adjustable Beds Keep Entering the Market
Nectar released an adjustable frame on 4/25/18, with a queen size price of $799. It has both a massaging feature and dual USB ports. It’s going to be difficult to beat their value proposition.
I’m currently sleeping on a Tomorrow Sleep adjustable bed. Sadly, it doesn’t have a massage feature, and the USB ports are really hard to reach. Other than that, it is working just fine.
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