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How does a Glideaway adjustable bed compare to an adjustable bed and mattress from other brands?

asked Nov 28 '12
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Shanna D from San Angelo, TX
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Glideaway bases are made by Reverie. Definately on par with Land P. Exact same bases as tempurpedic as they have theirs manufactured by Reverie also. A good choice for an economical adjustable base.


answered Nov 30 '12
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Hi Shanna, I carry glideaway and have been pleased with their mattresses. Was not impresses with their frames.
Leggett and Platt steel and adjustable products are superior to any other I have carried. I have owned Mattresses Plus More for seven years now after retiring from Texas public schools as a Registered Educational Diagnostician for over 30 years. I am very serious about the performance of the mattresses and bedding systems sold in our stores, as well as my customers preferences and physical needs and comfort. If we can be of any assistance, please feel free to call one of our stores.
Sweet Dreams, Jackie Gaylord President/CEO Mattresses Plus More Inc. Denison, Tx 903-463-3340 Durant, OK 580-924-6673

answered Nov 29 '12
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Hi Shanna:

There are only a few manufacturers of adjustable bases out there and most of them are in China or Taiwan. I don't sell the adjustable base from Glideaway however I have sold bases from the 3 biggest manufacturers: Leggett and Platt, Reverie, Ergo Motion and some from some smaller companies. I may be wrong but I don't think Glideaway manufactures the adjustable base - they purchase from one of the larger manufacturers and re-sell.

Leggett and Platt, Reverie and Ergo Motion are all fine bases. However, when you purchase an adjustable bed make sure that the motor is the correct size (strong enough) for the mattress along with you and your sleeping partners weight. All of the manufacturers make different models and it is important to try them at the store with the mattress you are going to purchase to make sure the motors can lift it all. Also, make sure the bed bends where you bend. Different manufacturers have different bend points. If you are short a twin may be better for your size and the reverse is true if you are tall go with a twin extra long.

I hope this helps.

Best regards, Lillian Fisher The Sleep Store 425-454-8727 Bellevue, WA

answered Nov 29 '12
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