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Old 08-24-2015, 04:56 AM   #21
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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.
Keep your eye on CW. They have sales all the time and I got mine a lot cheaper than you were quoted. But then this was 4+ years or so ago. I would hope they wouldn't gone up that much in just 4+ years? But then who knows.

Would I buy the Sleep Number again? You bet, but then I full time so the price isn't a big issue, comfort is.
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Old 08-24-2015, 07:55 PM   #22
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Who in CT made your mattress?
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Old 10-31-2015, 07:09 PM   #23
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We all know the Denver mattress used in our late Greyhawks is horrible. I added a nice quality topper, which did make it better. After several nights of restless sleep though, we decided to make a change.

Ended up putting the Sleep Number short queen non radius cut in our GH, and I must say it is fabulous!! It takes up a little more space with the non radius cut, but the storage area under the bed was perfect for the air pump location and we couldn't be happier. Almost would rather sleep in the coach at home now...
Thank you for the info on the sleep number mattress Ryan. We are thinking of getting one once we get our 2016 Greyhawk 31FS. We love the one at home. I was wondering why you decided on the non-radius cut?

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I don't have any complaints about the Denver mattress in my X213.
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Old 11-04-2015, 08:09 PM   #25
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We put a nice topper on that Denver mattress, too, and hubby swears he gets his best sleep there. Guess I'll think about the Sleep Number when I win the Lotto!
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Old 11-25-2015, 04:51 PM   #26
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We have not had a Sleep Number, but are considering. We have had the foam beds. How do I say, I sweat a lot? Those things are miserable. Have the Denver Matress and feeling we need to replace. We are almost "Full Timing" and the Denver Matress sinks more than Denver is high. We feel we are sleeping in individual chambers. Mine is full of sweat. Sorry for that visual picture. I expect to sleep on a mattress, not in it.
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Old 11-26-2015, 10:54 PM   #27
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Ric, you should have the new "upgraded" mattress that Jayco wants to send me to replace the Denver Weekender that is in my 36FK. Does your mattress have a label in it?

With having to slide under the closet furniture, my mattress height must be less than 8 inches. That's an absolute number based on my measurements. 7 inches would be ideal but not having much luck finding a 72x80 radiused king.
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WaltW,

Thank you for replying.

I guess that is why we are thinking about the Sleep Number Mattress. hoping it will deflate enough to allow slide to come in. Our Seneca 37FS has the mattress up against the slide and we have slept on it a couple of times with slide closed (mainly because of wind and noise of slide covers. Don't believe bed is any shorter, so I think slide just goes up against mattress and not over it. Will check that out in next couple of days.

Great thoughts! Glad you brought it to my attention, before we spend all the money.
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CW has the Sleep number radius king.
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Does it make some sense, that if the slide came right up against the foot of the bed, that a sleep number bed could be deflated some to make sure it fit or did not bind up the slide coming in from pressure against it?
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