The big selling feature about these beds is the adjustable air matress in side. The numbers are based on 5-100 (0 being deflated - 100 being fully inflated) the way to find your number (at least how they did it in the store) is to pump all the way to 100, then release air (lower the control) until your fully comfortable. Now this is great if you sleep on your back (most people don't). I've had one for two years now and can't sleep more than 6 hours then move to my recliner for the rest of the night. I can sleep 8 or more hours in my recliner (or even drive my truck for 15-20) with no back problems. Back to your question "is that firm" not real firm I would think 80 or 90 would be considered firm (at 65 I'm in a little bit of a hole but I'm bigger than most) Hope this is just enough to not confuss you but, if I had to do it all over again, I would go a different route.If so, how do you like it? I like and extra firm bed so I think I could get the mattress as firm as I like.
What is the highest number setting? I see people advertising these beds and saying their number is 65. Is that very firm? Thanks
Do they offer a 30 day money back deal? I'm ready try something different.I have one in my motor home and at home. Absolutely hate them both. Wake up every morning with a backache no matter how they are set. Only reason I keep them is because the wife likes them. I've heard that the Serta memory mattresses are far better.
I gotta agree with Torque on this one. We have had ours for about 10 years or so and we absolutely love it. I'm a 76 and the wife is a mid 60's.We love ours. Nothing like being able to adjust hardness. My wife and I like different firmness so this solved that problem. When you work all day on your feet, you can make it even firmer to help out your back.
I don't have anything negative to say, after 5 yrs, other than it's a little high in cost. But, after going through a couple of mattresses, it was money well spent.
Oh, it did take a week to get use to it. Not that it was a bad sleep, but that it's different.