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Old 03-02-2013, 10:26 AM   #1
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Since we fulltime in our Pinnacle we are looking for a better nights sleep.

We are looking at the Sleep Number RV King bed, sure is a lot of money if we do not like it.

Also looking at other options but like the ability to adjust the bed and I guess since it is a air bed, no lumps !!!!

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Old 03-02-2013, 10:47 AM   #2
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They make some air mattresses with a built in pump. You can fill it to your liking, just no number :-)
We used one in our PU and put a 2" memory foam topper. Slept good.
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You can just keep a bottle of Makers Mark onboard lol

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Old 03-02-2013, 11:02 AM   #3
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Heck, I can't even afford a sleep number for my home let alone my RV!!
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:18 AM   #4
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Re: Sleep Number

We have a Pinnacle, with the sleep number bed. We LOVE it. And many write and I use different numbers.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:01 PM   #5
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Rob, I bought a Sleep Number in January 2012 to replace the original mattress. Not only is it lighter than the original, it sleeps great. Your bed won't stay raised up if you have anything on it due to the lighter weight. Normal sleets, blankets don't cause a problem, but nothing much else. The Sleep Number does make it easier to lift the bed for access to the storage underneath.

I would definitely not hesitate to do it again. I got mine from CW since they are the only source, or were last year anyway for the RV king. I got the one with the radius corners.
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We have had one in our house since 2003 and we still love it...
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Since we fulltime in our Pinnacle we are looking for a better nights sleep.

We are looking at the Sleep Number RV King bed, sure is a lot of money if we do not like it.

Also looking at other options but like the ability to adjust the bed and I guess since it is a air bed, no lumps !!!!

Thoughts, Comments ?
I just looked at Sleep numbers website and they do not show a king size in any RV styles. I DID find that you have a thirty day trial period where if you don't like it they will either refund your money minus shipping or exchange the bed. We have had one in our home for many years and both my wife and I think they are ok. We both still wake up pretty sore. We bought one of the upper tier models at the time. You may want to ask Campers World about the 30 day trial. And CW prices are cheaper than Sleep Numbers website, they are having a sale on them NOW. We have an king sized with the adjustable base and we LOVE that.
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The RV King with radius corners is only available from CW. Sleep Number didn't used to even list it on their web site. Not sure if they do now or not.
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Ed, you are up way too early for a Sunday morning !!!!!!
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Ed, you are up way too early for a Sunday morning !!!!!!
I won't speak for Ed, but IMO these are the best hours of the day. Once society starts stiring, things get confusing.
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