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Old 06-19-2012, 05:05 AM
 
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I purchased a kingsdown from snooze in south yarra and its shocking as was the advice they gave me,the service ,the attitude of snooze and kings down, and their failure to live up to the warranty snooze said i had.Well,$5400 [PLUS THE COST OF BEDDING ]ENTITLED ME TO A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP..but what i have is arm,neck and back pain,as well as a useless lump of mattress taking up space in my bedroom which i don't occupy as myself and my husband sleep in our kids bedrooms.The computer system they persuaded me to rely upon to choose a bed is a 'con's is the claim that i was getting good value for my money.The first bed they delivered had a strong door so they changed it.they have offered to change this one also but i won't deal with them and inevitably end up with a third source of upset,agitation,disappointment and distress.Be careful of these people as they are well rehearsed in what they do!The warranty says they will refund the price if there is a 'major defect'but of course they decide what constitutes a 'major defect'...and it seems that as far as they are concerned a mattress which has a hump,a slant,smells,causes pain.does not allow for a nights sleep...does not suffer from a 'major defect'.!
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:34 AM
 
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Where can i find out about a Myside series 3CW?
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:10 PM
 
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Looking into purchasing a Sleep to Live bed by using the bed match system. We currently have a Sealy Posturpedic latex which in the last 5-7 years has created 'swalls' (hollows) where each of us sleep. It's like sleeping in a hammock. My spouse can no longer sleep on his stomach and I've become a back sleeper due to a hip replacement. I'm still ok with the current bed, however he is not. Looking for some feedback on the Sleep to Live beds, positive or negative. It most definitely will help our shopping experience.
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:39 AM
 
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I owned a full size 400 series live to sleep bed bought it at sleepy's, I paid a lot for the bed and I have it now five years and the middle is caving in and no chance of warranty the mattress itself covered five years they time it right!!! so if you are asked to pay way to much like me think again there are other mattress brands with longer warranty and worth checking out first!!!
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:40 AM
 
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try the numbers bed they cost a lot and help individual support and comfort
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Old 09-07-2016, 03:51 PM
 
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Default Sleep to Live Mattress still awesome after a year and a half

My wife and I have had a Sleep to Live mattress for about a year and a half and it is one of the best things we have done. You sink in a little bit so it is really comfortable, but still provides great support for our backs. I often woke up lower back pain and a stiff neck in the morning with our old mattress. After getting the new mattress, the lower back pain in the morning nearly disappeared after about a month, and stiff neck is gone.

As for durability, after a year and a half, there are slight body depressions that you can see if you look close on either side of the bed where my wife and I lay. This does not seem to affect the support at all. I remember it took a couple of weeks to kind of break it in when it was new. It actually felt a little stiff. Now when we climb in bed, it is like putting on a comfortable pair of slippers. The stitching seems to be holding up well. The fabric is still in great shape, but we use a mattress protector cover. This really is a great mattress.
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Old 09-09-2016, 01:29 PM
 
Location: TX
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Must be hype to get people to part with thousands of $'s to buy a bed with extra features! There's more than one born every minute! Used to be just one, but with the globe getting really crowded, has to be a lot of them born every minute!
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Old 01-25-2018, 10:46 AM
 
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I used to work at a retailer here in Oklahoma city that sold the sleep to live line and let me tell you I've seen the markup in these products and it's outrageous. the machine that they lay you on to analyze your body type is really nothing more than a big scale that reports body mass index. i sleep on an all latex sleep to live mattress which was the most expensive bed in their line (only because i won it for free in a sales contest) and I've had it for 2 years not and it already dips and sags where i lay and i have had the best mattress protector in the industry on it the entire time so they cannot blame it on body oils and I'm not a heavy person. i also know multiple other people that worked for the same company that also won beds in sales contests and they are almost all having the same issue. don't fall for the gimmicks that this company puts out. trust a name brand like Simmons Beautyrest or Serta instead. Those 2 companies truly offer the best bang for your buck in the mattress industry.
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Old 01-27-2018, 12:21 PM
 
Location: Santa Monica, CA
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I don't know the OP's mattress product. But in Feb 2007 I brought a Sleep Number and can't believe it's 10 yrs soon. No dips, sags etc. and when I feel it getting a bit soft, I pump it up a bit to where it feels right. I bought a double, no bells and whistles bed and kept costs down and it's the best night's sleep. Sleeping on air no springs, etc...

I spoke to about 4 owners of Sleep Number bed sleepers before I bought and was sold.

I like it so much that I even thought about going to work at a Sleep Number store as I cannot sell something I would not buy and recommend.
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