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Old 07-23-2015, 01:42 PM   #11
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The mattress in our bedroom must be lousy and we don't even realize it. Both my wife an I think the Denver mattress in our 31FK is very comfortable! It is only a few months old. We'll see what happens later down the road.
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Old 07-24-2015, 01:20 AM   #12
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My wife didn't mind the Denver as much, though she is 145lbs. I am far from that, and could feel the wood beneath the mattress.

During research, I also found that most mattress companies will have any mattress chosen tailored to fit your coach, for roughly the same $. The wait will certainly be longer though.

Putting the Sleep Number together made me feel as though we were being ripped off. Seemed like a fancy air bed (which I guess it really is), but the thing sleeps so nice!!
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Old 07-24-2015, 05:35 AM   #13
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My wife didn't mind the Denver as much, though she is 145lbs. I am far from that, and could feel the wood beneath the mattress.

During research, I also found that most mattress companies will have any mattress chosen tailored to fit your coach, for roughly the same $. The wait will certainly be longer though.

Putting the Sleep Number together made me feel as though we were being ripped off. Seemed like a fancy air bed (which I guess it really is), but the thing sleeps so nice!!
And how easy it is to get the Sleep Number King into the bedroom since it goes in in pieces. Not to mentioned it is not that heavy. I priced a custom traditional mattress as a replacement for the OEM one I had. The price wasn't the problem, it was the weight. It weighed 92 pounds. I really didn't want that much more weight in the front of my 5'er adding to pin weight and I had no idea if I could wrestle it into the bedroom either.

Extremely happy with my Sleep Number.
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Old 07-24-2015, 09:21 AM   #14
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And how easy it is to get the Sleep Number King into the bedroom since it goes in in pieces. Not to mentioned it is not that heavy. I priced a custom traditional mattress as a replacement for the OEM one I had. The price wasn't the problem, it was the weight. It weighed 92 pounds. I really didn't want that much more weight in the front of my 5'er adding to pin weight and I had no idea if I could wrestle it into the bedroom either.

Extremely happy with my Sleep Number.

You definitely have a point there. Weight is always a consideration!!!
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Old 07-24-2015, 10:58 AM   #15
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I was wondering about your Serenia also. I would never ever again try a sleep number, as we bought one for our house and it is gone... Nothing more than a fancy air mattress with foam on top for way too much money.. Don't get me going, LOL. Glad you folks here are having better luck. Anyway we added a 2 in. memory foam on top of the Denver mattress that we had from our last trailer and it is getting a little soft so we are thinking of replacing our mattress also. How long have you had the Serenia and is it "sinking" - can you see where you lay? Thanks in advance.
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Hey Mike, glad to hear you like the Serenia Sleep 8 inch memory foam mattress. We are looking at getting one of those to upgrade ours. Anyone else have experience with the Serenia?????
My bad... I should have said "we HAD" the Serenia. Since it was a queen, we removed it before we sold our 2014 27.5BHS. The new rig has a king bed and so far, I am still using the Denver with the pillow top. It's not bad but I'm planning to get another Serenia to replace it. Just got higher priority things I'm funding right now and money is the gating factor.
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Hate to be crass, what would I be looking at $$$ wise? Got a sleep number at home and love it, I know the Denver in our 24FSB is going to have a short life, just getting other priorities done first.
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Looks like the sleep number is $1400 bucks!!!
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We are negotiating to get a Sleep Number RV King 72x80 Premier for our camper. The price from the sleep number store is 1780.00. They beat CW's price by less than $100 bucks.
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FYI: The 2016 Greyhawks don't come with a Denver mattress! It is a no-name that is not too bad. We have a latex natural foam rubber mattress that we had made for our last MH. If the new mattress that came with the Greyhawk doesn't hold up, I will replace with the latex foam rubber (not memory). You can search for latex natural foam rubber online if you are interested. I had a cover made for the short queen one and the total cost was way less than memory foam or sleep number. Our latex natural foam rubber mattess at home is a Sterns & Foster purchased at Macy's with a 30 year warranty!! You can get various degrees of firmness. I had the short queen RV mattress custom made for about $500 plus shipping from a place in CT. Buy from a manufacturer near you to save on shipping or so you can check it out in person. Everybody has their own preferences when it comes to matresses. This is another option to check out.
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