10 BEST Adjustable Beds – Reviews, PROS, CONS (Updated for 2018)

What are the best adjustable bed brands of 2018?

“The best adjustable beds are Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0, Reverie 8Q, Leggett and Platt S-Cape 2.0 and Serta Motion Custom II. These beds were rated at the top because they are equipped with luxury specs like pillow tilting, wall hugging and programmable memory positions. Detailed reviews of these adjustable beds have been provided below”

Best adjustable beds

Programmable Positions
Preset Positions
Wall Hugging
USB Ports

Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0

Head, Foot and Pillow

Reverie 8Q

Head, Foot and Pillow

Reverie 9T

Head and Foot only

Serta Motion Custom II

Head, Foot and Pillow

S-Cape 2.0

Head and Foot only

Classic Brands

Head and Foot only

Hofish Adjustable Bed

Head and Foot only

Lucid L300

Head and Foot only


Head and Foot only

Sealy Ease

Head and Foot only

Adjustable Beds Reviews (Top 10 Beds)

Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 Review

This is our #1 recommended best adjustable bed for the reasons explained below.

Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0 is the best adjustable bed of 2018

Why does the Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 get our highest recommendation?

Because it has the following high-end specs… and more…

    1. Pillow tilting: most adjustable beds have only head tilting and foot tilting. But the best of the best adjustable beds like the Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 have an additional level of tilting known as pillow tilting. Pillow tilting ensures that your head and neck are adequately supported by the adjustable frame. This is especially useful when you are watching TV, reading a book, having breakfast-in-bed, checking out President Trump on your new iPad/laptop etc. in the ‘sit-up’ position. Here’s another adjustable bed with pillow tilting. It is our #2 recommended adjustable base in the high-end list. best adjustable bed models have pillow tilting


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    2. Programmable/customizable memory positions: ‘ordinary’ adjustable bases have factory preset memory positions that are often not customizable according to your personal needs. In contrast, high-end adjustable frames like the Prodigy adjustable bed come with programmable memory positions. This basically allows you to adjust your bed to your favorite custom ‘book reading’, ‘laptop using’, ‘lounging’ position etc. and to store that position in the remote’s memory. Once you’ve stored your favorite positions, you can recall that favorite position with the press of a single button (instead of pressing “up” and “down” buttons a hundred times, until you find that perfect spot). Prodigy 2.0 remote controller with memory positions

    3. Wall hugging: On some of the basic models of adjustable bases, when the ‘head’ is raised, your whole upper body moves forward, away from the wall/headboard. This motion also brings you away from your nightstand. So, if you had a book or TV remote on the nightstand, now you’re going to have to reach backwards to grab them. This is not very convenient. This uncomfortable movement can also cause some back problems, and you don’t want that. We strongly urge you to stay away from electric beds that are not ‘wall hugger’ models. The L&P Prodigy 2.0 is a wall hugger model that will save your back! A picture is worth a thousand words. See below…
      Best wall hugging adjustable beds
      The bed at the bottom is the Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0

    4. Full body massage: we’ll be the first to admit that the quality of massage you get from these adjustable beds is nowhere near what you get from your professional masseur. But, hey, if you can’t afford a masseur on a daily basis, this head-to-toe bed massage will do wonders to relax you down after a hectic day’s work. The Prodigy 2.0 offers Dual, full-body massage. In other words, there are two separate ‘massage motors’ for upper and lower body therapeutic massage. In addition to ‘regular’ massage, it also comes with Wave action to relax those tired muscles from head to toe. You also have the option of 3 speeds (low, medium, high) for your therapeutic massage. an adjustable bed with therapeutic massage motors
    5. USB ports: one may think it’s silly to have USB ports on an adjustable bed. But, if you use ‘smart’ devices on a daily basis (smartphone, tablet computer/iPad, MP3 player/iPod, Bluetooth speaker, Bluetooth headphones etc.) that can be charged using USB ports, these can be really handy. The Prodigy 2.0 is the king when it comes to built-in USB ports. It has EIGHT USB ports in total (four on each side). That’s almost overkill; hey but you’ve certainly got nothing to lose with a few extra USB ports! four USB ports on the side
    6. Two factory-preset positions: one-touch flat button and anti-snore position
    7. Lift capacity: has an industry-leading lift capacity of 850 pounds
    8. Miscellaneous ‘fancy’ specs of the Prodigy 2.0:
      1. Alarm clock (bed would vibrate without disturbing your partner on split-king models)
      2. Sleep timer (bed would automagically adjust itself to the ‘flat’ position from ‘TV watching position’ – once you fall asleep -)
      3. Under-bed lighting Under bed lighting
      4. Illuminated/backlit remote controller
      5. ‘Whisper’ quiet motors
      6. High safety standards
      7. Adjustable leg height: 6 – 8 inches adjustable height legs
      8. Free fall during power outages
      9. Microhook retention system: instead of the messy mattress retaining bars. The 2017-2018 series of Leggett & Platt adjustable beds have done away with the mattress retainer bars because they get in the way when you’re making the bed. These L&P beds have a microhook retention system that ‘sticks’ to the mattress. This way, even without the retainer bars, the mattress won’t slide down when the head is raised.
      10. Smart bed: the bed can be adjusted using apps on your Android/Apple phone adjustable beds reviews
      11. Bluetooth connectivity

You really couldn’t ask for a better adjustable bed than the feature-rich Leggett & Prodigy 2.0. Don’t forget to read our detailed review on the Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0 that looks at 10 Pros and Cons of this adjustable bed.

It is available with a FREE Mattress OR WITHOUT the mattress depending on your preference.

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Our #1 High-End Adjustable Bed

Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0 (2017 Model)Prodigy 2.0 with FREE Adjustable Mattress – More Info Here…

Our #1 Mid-Range Adjustable Bed

Leggett and Platt S-Cape 2.0 (2017 Model)S-Cape 2.0 Here…

Reverie 8Q adjustable bed

Reverie 8Q Adjustable Bed Review

The Reverie 8Q is our #2 recommended adjustable bed frame. It ranks right behind the Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0. The Reverie 8Q foundation has the following major specs.

  1. Pillow tilting (in addition to head and foot tilting)
  2. 4 customizable memory positions
  3. 10-speed dual body therapeutic massage
  4. Wall-hugging. However, the image below will show you that the Reverie 8Q’s wall hugging is NOT as good as that of the Prodigy 2.0 Prodigy vs Reverie Wall Hugging Comparison
  5. Three factory-preset memory positions: anti-snore, zero gravity and one-touch flat Reverie 8Q remote controller
  6. 4 mattress retainer bars: before Leggett & Platt introduced the Microhook retention system, all adjustable beds had mattress retaining bars. Most of them had just one at the foot of the bed to prevent the mattress from sliding down when the head is raised. But, Reverie beds always had 4 retainer bars at the 4 corners which kept the mattress in place very well. However, this also means that you’ll have to work around them when making the bed (to work the fitted sheets under and through them) and that can be irritating sometimes!
  7. Smart bed: there are custom Reverie smartphone apps that you can use to play with the bed
  8. Alarm clock and sleep timer thanks to smartphone apps Reverie smartphone controlled bed adjustments
  9. 1 USB port on the remote stand
  10. 1 A/C outlet on the remote stand
  11. Bluetooth
  12. Under-bed lighting
  13. 3 – 8 inch height-adjustable steel legs Reverie bed's adjustable legs
  14. Backlit remote controller: nowadays, a standard feature with best electric beds

If you’re unsure about whether to pick the Prodigy 2.0 or the Reverie 8Q, read our Reverie 8Q vs 7S vs 5D vs Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0 Comparison

Serta Motion Custom II Adjustable Bed Review

Serta Motion Custom bed with adjustable mattress

The Serta Motion Custom II is our 3rd best adjustable bed. It has a special feature the previous two models didn’t have. It has something called “Lumbar Support”. Can you see the horizontal bar like thing that spans across the top section of the bed? You can make it come out to support your back/lumbar area. It can be soothing for those who have lumbar pains. However, depending on the height of a person, it may or may not hit the sweet spot. So if you’re interested in purchasing this model, we highly recommend that you visit a local mattress store that has this model on display and check out the feature to see if you like the area supported by this apparatus!

Like the other high-end adjustable bases, the Serta Motion Custom II also come with pillow tilting, wall hugging, full body massage (6-speed) and customizable memory positions. Further, it comes with 4 factory preset memory positions, a sexy backlit wireless remote controller, 4 USB ports, underbed lighting, Bluetooth speakers and smartphone controllability.

However, like I mentioned earlier, I strongly urge you to check this out at a local mattress store before you jump in on this!

Also don’t forget to read the customer reviews on Amazon and Sam’s Club

Leggett & Platt Premier Series

Leggett and Platt Premier Series Adjustable System

The Leggett & Platt Premier series adjustable beds have the highest-end specs one could ask for from an adjustable base. However, the customer reviews on this bed aren’t very encouraging and therefore, we do not recommend it anymore. However, you’re welcome to visit a nearby mattress store, see it with your own eyes and to make a decision.

Update November 2017: Due to the poor consumer ratings on Leggett and Platt Premier Series bed, we have removed this model from our list of top 10 adjustable beds.

Here’s a list of the features of the Premier Series Furniture Style Adjustable Base

  1. Pillow tilting
  2. Wall hugging
  3. Up to 7 programmable memory positions
  4. Full body massage with wave action and pulse mode
  5. Four factory preset memory positions which can be overwritten if you don’t like them
  6. A tablet remote controller
  7. Smartphone controllable
  8. Alarm clock, sleep timer etc. on the remote tablet
  9. 2 USB ports either side (4 in total)
  10. 1 A/C outlet on either side
  11. Underbed lighting
  12. Bedroom scenes via “LP Connect”
  13. “LP Sense” extra security feature
  14. 4-inch square-shaped wooden legs on ‘furniture design’ or 6 – 10-inch long, height-adjustable steel legs on ‘foundation design’
  15. Designed, Engineered and Assembled in the USA

Really, you couldn’t ask for more from an adjustable bed and it’s a real pity that this bed has not lived up to the expectations (at least according to the customer reviews on Amazon.com)

We hope you decided to go with a high-end adjustable base; hopefully the Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0, our #1 adjustable bed. However, if you found them to be too expensive or the extra specs unnecessary for your purpose, please check out our mid-range adjustable foundations

Leggett & Platt S-Cape 2.0 adjustable bed

Leggett and Platt S-Cape 2.0 2017 Model

Even though this ranks overall 5th in our list, it’s the best model in our mid-range category. The S-Cape 2.0 was released in 2017 and is still very new for 2018. It has almost all the features of the high-end adjustable frame of Prodigy 2.0 except a few features like pillow tilting.

Here’s a breakdown of the major features of the Leggett and Platt S-Cape 2.0 power foundation

  1. NO Pillow tilting; the S-Cape 2.0 only has head and foot tilting. If you need pillow tilting, you need the Prodigy 2.0
  2. It has great wall hugging
  3. It has 2 programmable memory positions and 3 factory preset memory positions on its remote controller Leggett and Platt S-Cape remote controller
  4. It has full body, dual-motor massage with regular and wave options of therapeutic massage
  5. NO messy mattress retainer bars. It has the newest Microhook retention technology which holds the mattress in place even without the retainer bars Microhook retention system haa replaced mattress retaining bars
  6. Wireless, backlit, sleek remote controller
  7. Smartphone controllable
  8. Under-bed night lighting available
  9. Four adjustable legs (adjust from 6″ to 10″ in height as you please)
  10. The remote controller has a ‘Lock’. Once locked, the bed will not move ‘up and down’ due to accidentally pressing the wrong buttons. Especially if you fall asleep with the remote on the bed, your turning and twisting during sleep can accidentally press the wrong buttons on the remote transforming the bed to the TV watching position from a sleeping position. ‘Lock’ your bed using the ‘lock’ button on the remote and sleep with complete peace of mind!
  11. Eight USB ports (4 either side) USB ports on the sideboard
  12. Anti-snore position on remote controller
  13. The S-Cape 2.0 also comes with a lift capacity of 850 Lbs

The L&P S-Cape 2.0 is so feature-rich that it deserves to be a ‘HIGH-END’ adjustable bed. However, because it lacks the luxury feature, pillow tilting, we ‘downgraded’ it to the ‘mid-range’ category. However, do not be mislead by that; this is a super-good adjustable bed for anyone that doesn’t need pillow tilting.

Classic Brands Adjustable Comfort Base

Classic Brands adjustable bed

This is a relatively newly introduced adjustable frame. It is very popular because of its attractive price-tag; however, be informed that you’re getting what you’re paying for. It does not have many of the bells and whistles of most Leggett & Platt, Serta or Reverie adjustable beds that we have reviewed here. But if you’re after a basic model that is economically priced, the Classic Brands Adjustable Comfort electric bed is what you’re looking for.

Here is a breakdown of the Classic Brands adjustable bed’s major specs

  1. It has NO pillow tilting. But if all you need is head and foot tilting, this will do!
  2. It has NO wall hugging. We strongly urge you to go with an adjustable bed that is a wall hugger. However, if you’re young and athletic and you’re sure you’ll never get back/neck sprains by leaning backwards to read the night stand; go for it by all means. Oh.. and also, if you’re not planning on having a night-stand, don’t worry about wall hugging at all!
  3. It has 4 programmable positions. Actually, it comes with 4 factory preset memory positions; (1) lounge, (2) flat, (3) zero-gravity and (4) TV/PC positions. Fortunately, these preset memory programs can be overridden or customized to suit your preferences. This is great. Unfortunately, many users of the Classic brands adjustable bed are not aware of this ‘over-riding’ feature, unlike yourself :) Let’s say you don’t like the built-in zero-gravity position of the Classic brands adjustable comfort bed. First, bring the bed to your favorite zero-gravity position. Secondly, long-press the zero-gravity button on the remote for 3 seconds. Thirdly, enjoy your new, completely customized zero-gravity position that fits you like a glove!Classic Brands Adjustable Bed Remote Controller
  4. 3-speed full body massage: Note: the massage function isn’t comparable to the others. According to many reviewers, the vibration is weak and can be barely felt. Secondly, the massage motors/pads are relatively loud! Therefore, we it’s best that you visit your local mattress store and see if they have a Classic Brands adjustable bed for you to test. Check the massage feature; what do you feel? Is it strong or weak? Is it loud or quiet? Compare the strength and noise of the massage motors to a different branded bed and make your final decision!
  5. Smartphone app controllable? NO
  6. It has a built-in USB port 2 USB ports on the upholstery
  7. NO under-bed lighting: but this is really NOT a deal breaker. If you need night-lighting turn on an standalone night lamp; as simple as that :)
  8. Legs can be adjusted to 4″, 7″ or 10.5″

As you will agree, the Classic Brands Adjustable Comfort bed lacks high-end features like wall-hugging and pillow tilting. However, it’ll do the job for someone who doesn’t expect much from their adjustable bed; but if you expect something more from your bed, we urge you to stay away from this. The only reason we ranked this above the Reverie 7S is because of the cheaper priced tag of the Classic Brands adjustable bed. If price wasn’t an issue, in all honesty, the Reverie 7S and S-Cape 2.0 are miles above the Classic Brands adjustable bed.

Reverie 7S

Reverie 7S is another very good adjustable bed

Even though we ranked the Reverie 7S behind the Classic Brands Adjustable Comfort Bed, the 7S is far superior to the Classic Brands in many aspects. The only reason it came 2nd to the Classic Brands is because of the more expensive price tag of the Reverie 7S.

Here are some of the major features of the Reverie 7S adjustable foundation

  1. Like all of the mid-range bases, the Reverie 7S also does NOT have pillow tilting
  2. It is a wall hugger according to its manufacturer, however, its level of wall hugging is nowhere near as what you get with the Leggett & Platt Prodigy or S-Cape. Therefore, you’ll still be ‘bending your back’ a little bit when you reach for your night-stand
  3. It has 2 programmable and 3 factory preset memory positions Reverie 7S wireless remote
  4. It has 10 speed, full-body massage with the ‘wave’ mode; just like the Reverie 8Q
  5. As shown on the picture above, it has 4 mattress retaining bars on the 4 corners. It’s great, and it’s not, at the same time. The writing on the photo is pretty self-explanatory!
  6. Smartphone app controllable
  7. NO under-the-bed lighting
  8. NO USB ports
  9. Come with height adjustable legs (adjust to 3″, 5″ or 8″ in height) Reveri 7S height adjustable legs

This may not have the bells and whistles of the S-Cape 2.0, however, it has the must have specs of an adjustable frame. Its massage function works as it’s supposed to work, it’s durable and it has a trusted name in the USA.

At the time of writing this, the S-Cape 2.0 is cheaper than the Reverie 7S, so you really can’t justify buying a 7S, when there’s a more feature-rich model available at a cheaper price.

We hope you fell in love with one of the high-end or mid-range adjustable bases. The Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 and S-Cape 2.0 are our favorite models in the above two categories. In the rare event that you found them a little too pricey for your liking, please check out our entry-level adjustable bed bases. You’re bound to find one from our 8th best to 10th best adjustable beds.

None of the following ‘entry-level’ adjustable beds have

  1. Pillow Tilting
  2. Wall Hugging
  3. Programmable Memory Positions
  4. Massage
  5. Smartphone app control
  6. Bluetooth
  7. USB ports
  8. Under-bed lighting
  9. Lumbar support
  10. Bedroom scenes etc.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing. If you want to keep it plain and simple, these wallet-friendly bases may work perfectly well!

Hofish adjustable bed


Hofish adjustable bed

  1. The Hofish One-Step Assembly Adjustable Bed does not have many of the high-end specs we talked about earlier
  2. It does have head and foot tilt allowing you to sit-up to read a book, watch TV or even a play game on your iPhone. It also lets you raise the feet only; or to adopt the zero-gravity position which does wonders if you have RLS (restless leg syndrome).
  3. It has two programmable memory positions; the existing zero-gravity and TV-watching positions can be customized according to your favorite positions.
  4. Most adjustable beds in this price range come with wired remote controllers which are not as sexy as wireless remotes. But worry not, the Hofish adjustable bed with an illuminated wireless remote controller (it ain’t pretty, but it does the job!)
  5. Generally, putting your adjustable bed together, once it’s shipped to your home, is the biggest pain-in-the neck! Not the Hofish, because it comes with a single-step, 3-minute assembly!
  6. It also comes with anti-crushing technology which prevents a hand, a toy, a dog, getting crushed between the bed frame and the lowering foundation
  7. Reade our full review of this new electric bed here –> Hofish Adjustable Bed Review – 10 Pros and Cons

Lucid L300 Adjustable Bed Base Review

Lucid L300 Adjustable Bed Frame

The Lucid L300 adjustable base is emerging as a top contender among the entry-level, budget-friendly category of adjustable beds. Here’s a rundown of its major specs.

  1. Of course it can’t give you the luxury of pillow tilting or wall hugging at an affordable price tag of $700.
  2. It doesn’t have the massage option either; no surprises there for the reasonable pricepoint
  3. It comes with ONE customizable memory position. Multiple programmable positions would have been great. But one is better than none. Programme the remote to remember your favorite position (e.g. lounge, zero-gravity, TV watching etc.) and recall it as and when you please, with the press of a single button
  4. It also comes with one preset memory position: that is the ‘flat’ position.
  5. It also comes with a flashlight, on the underside of the remote. This too can be very handy, especially at night
  6. USB Ports. The Lucid adjustable base comes equipped with two USB ports on the under-side of the adjustable foundation. Those that come on the side of the bed are much better.Lucid L300 USB ports on the undersideKneeling under the bed every time you want to charge your phone is impractical. You’ll need to keep the USB charge cable plugged in continuously to make use of these ports. On the plus side, you get these ports on either side of the bed so that both partners can get their phones and tablets charged while they sleep.
  7. The looks: the L300 comes with a trendy frame that is upholstered in Charcoal Gray cloth. This gives a rich look to this entry-level bed.
  8. Last but not least, it comes with a 750 pound lifting capacity and a 10-year warranty. You really can’t ask for more from an adjustable bed of this price category

Make sure you read the customer reviews before you buy the Lucid L300

Leggett & Platt Raven bed review

An all new sleek electric bed introduced in 2017

  1. This too doesn’t have all those luxury specs of the high-end models
  2. This stands out among the entry-level adjustable bed frames based on two specs
    • It comes pre-assembled in a queen-mattress sized-box. All you need to do is screw the four legs in. It only takes five minutes to assemble after unpacking.
    • Thin profile makes it easy to fit into any bed frame. Further, thanks to the thin frame, you can place even an extra-thick mattress (e.g. 14 inches) without making the bed too tall
    • Wireless remote controller – other entry-level models have wired remotes
    • Microhook retention – other entry-level models have mattress retaining bars
    • Compressed/compact frame – allows it to fit within even the slimmest beds
    • Charcoal gray micro-suede fabric gives a luxury look and feel
  3. Designed, engineered and assembled in the USA

Update January, 2018

Leggett and Platt has released A New Adjustable Bed for 2018 which is even more affordable than the Raven. It looks like L&P has released this model to compete with cheaper models like the Classic Brands and Hofish beds.

Sealy Ease Adjustable Bed

One of the best basic adjustable beds

  1. This is our #10 ranked adjustable base that takes the bottom spot.
  2. This too has a wireless remote controller
  3. However, it’s no exception to other entry-level brands when it comes to pillow tilting, programmable memory positions, massage, wall hugging etc. It doesn’t have them luxury specs!


An entry-level adjustable frame like the Hofish, Lucid L300, Leggett & Platt Raven or the Reverie 7S would do just fine

  1. If all you want is to raise the head (e.g. you have heartburn) or feet (e.g.. you have restless leg syndrome),
  2. If you have no intention of using therapeutic massage, USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone compatibility etc.
  3. If you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend for features you’ll rarely use

However, if you want a top of the line adjustable bed with all the bells and whistles, we recommend you choose a model like the Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0. Also, remember that your adjustable bed won’t be complete without a high-quality, adjustable bed-friendly mattress.



  1. @ enrique sanchez
    LOL… active couples? Who exactly would be a non-active couple?

    I guess we’re a VERY active couple who’ve been using a Tempurpedic bed for nearly 5 years. None of our ‘activities’ have been hampered by the fact that we have a split king adjustable bed. If anything, our ‘activities’ have been highly spiced up by our split king ;) Let your imagination run riot!

    BTW Belinda, I can’t seem to find your tempurpedic adjustable bed reviews.


  2. I would not recomend adjustable beds for active couples. Imagine sleeping on a twin bed with a large gap in between you two. Good luck!!!

  3. @ Samantha,
    Hi there!

    Thank you for the kind words and you make several valid points.

    Yes, the iDealBed 4i Custom definitely looks good; however, let me point out to you that it’s not necessarilybetter than most on the top 10 list“. For example, it doesn’t have pillow tilting and wall hugging (I hope you saw the ‘Cons of the iDealBed 4i…’ towards the bottom of the page). Nevertheless, we believe that iDealBed 4i still deserves a spot on the Top 10. But we deliberately didn’t include it in the Top 10 yet, because it’s still relatively new and we wanted to give it a bit more time.

    Just because the specs look good on paper, it doesn’t mean it’ll actually be good in real-life, especially in the long run. For example, out of all the adjustable beds we’ve reviewed, the Leggett & Platt Premier P-232 has the highest specs on paper and we used to have it in our top 10. But it didn’t keep up to the hype and it kept getting poor buyer ratings. At a certain point we decided to remove it from our Top 10 adjustable beds. We don’t want to do that to iDealBed 4i Custom and thus the reason we have not included it in our top 10.

    But we’ll continue to monitor it and may be in 1-2 months time, we’ll do justice! Right now, it’s kind of being ‘quarantined’ and monitored…doesn’t mean it’s not good enough to go in the top 10… hope you understand!

    Thanks again for your wonderful review, it means a lot to our team.
    Have a good one!

  4. Hey Belinda,

    Thank you so much for all your insight and reviews! You’ve definitely helped me become an informed buyer with all your comparisons and detailed reviews. I just read your new review on the iDealBed 4i adjustable bed and it seems to be the best buy for quality and features at the price. One question I do have is it’s not listed on your top 10 best adjustable beds and upon reading your reviews and information it looks to be better than most on the top 10 list. Is there any draw backs I may have missed or anything keeping it from being ranked in the top 10 best adjustable beds?

    Again Thank you for all the help and such great information!

  5. @Rhonda,
    Thank you for your kind words; yes, natural latex mattresses are definitely the best adjustable mattress type. However, they don’t come cheap. The best adjustable latex mattresses can be as expensive as $3000. Here’s one of the best adjustable bed friendly latex mattresses; here’s a cheaper latex mattress, and here’s the Prodigy 2.0 + high-quality 12″ latex mattress combo.
    You’re definitely on the right track and you have done your research well. If you have the budget to support a latex mattress, by all means go for it. We’ll be eagerly waiting to hear about the heavenly sleep you’re about to enjoy!
    For your sleep!

  6. @Van,

    Sorry I missed your question. Can you please tell me exactly which model you purchased? Was it the Serta Motion Plus, Motion Perfect, Motion Essentials or Serta Motion Custom? As you may have seen, we have already classified the Serta Motion Custom II as one of the best adjustable beds in our review. Its ‘lumbar support’ feature is rare among adjustable bases (Reverie 9T also has this feature). It also has pillow tilting, which is great. The other 3 models are relatively basic models, nevertheless have decent consumer reviews.
    As for the Sealy Posturepedic InnerSpring mattress, it will work with the adjustable base; however, memory foam and latex mattresses are considered the best suited mattresses for adjustable type of bed. You may have already noticed that the mattress is a little hesitant/resistant to bending/flexing when you raise the head and/or foot of the bed. In contrast, latex and memory foam mattresses would easily flex and take the contour of the bed, especially when you have someone laying on top of it. Innerspring mattresses, especially if they are over 10 inches, would be a little stubborn in obeying the electric foundation!

    Sorry again for the late response!

  7. @Thomas
    We’ve been planning on this for the last couple of months. Have already tested it … give us till the end of the weekend! It’ll be up by 5th Monday, promise :-)
    Monday 5th March update: Here’s the promised iDealBed adjustable bed review. Hope you find it useful.

  8. Hey Belinda,

    Could you give us some insight and a review on the iDealBed 4i Custom adjustable bed? I have a friend who purchased it off Amazon and swears by it.


  9. Wow… there’s so much to know about adjustable beds… never would have thought if I didn’t come across this review. However, it’s going to take me a while to digest all this. I will most likely buy your #1 best adjustable bed which is the prodigy 2. What would be a good mattress to put on it? I read that natural latex mattresses are better than memory foam mattresses? Any recommendations?
    Rhonda, Boston

  10. Hi there,
    This article is awesome! Thanks for the info. Unfortunately, we just purchased our very first adjustable base without researching the best base. We thought we got a good deal with the Serta iComfort series. I still don’t know much about it. But we have a 3year old Sealy Posturepedic InnerSpring mattress. Would this be a good combo?
    Hope to hear from you! Thanks for your time.

  11. @Bev Frances,
    First of all, thank you for your vote of confidence. Yes, we do try to do a comprehensive job as much as possible. Comments like yours definitely help us get even more motivated to make our reviews even better. Thank you again!

    I presume you’re referring to the Sleepyhead Shift 500, correct? I couldn’t find a lot of details on the specific model. It seems OK, but like you said, it doesn’t seem to have some of the features that we categorized as ‘high-end’.

    I’m very impressed about its looks. It appears to be well built; love the deck-on-deck design. On https://www.bedsrus.co.nz/beds-by-range/sleepyhead-shift-adjustable, can you see the difference between the 200i and 500i? 500i is deck-on-deck and 200i isn’t. Therefore, the 500i can be even used as a stand-alone bed without a platform bed to cover the ‘crude’ underneath!

    They say it has zero-gravity position, which is great. Hopefully, it has one or two programmable positions as well. Would it be possible to call them to find out? If you do call them, also ask if the ‘vibration’ function they mention is anything like a ‘massage’? :) Also, is there just one massage motor or two massage motors? Are there different massage speeds? I doubt it has pillow tilting, but it wouldn’t hurt to ask.

    If you could find a local store that stocks the bed, you could check these out yourself.

    I wouldn’t worry too much about USB ports, smartphone operation and nightlight etc. although it would certainly be nice to have them.

    Amazon definitely ships certain items to New Zealand, but they may not ship big items like beds. https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=596188, but it wouldn’t hurt to contact their support!

    Thank you again for your kind words and hope you found our response helpful.

  12. Hi. I live in New Zealand and we only appear to have entry-level adjustable beds. However, apparently Sleepyhead (who makes 2 basic models) has a high-end model. Sleepyhead is a NZ company. Any comments as to what we can do re buying a high end model here?
    Kind regards

    PS your site is extra-ordinarily comprehensive. Well done.

  13. Do you know anything about the motto sleep adjustable base? Saw one today under a Sterns and Foster mattress. Was very comfortable in store. I have tried the LP Prodigy in the store also.

  14. Wow…. looong read… learned about a lot of adjustable bed specs, I didn’t know existed. Thank you for doing such a great review on these latest adjustable beds. Unfortunately, I don’t quite have the capacity to fund a high end model like the Leggett Platt Prodigy (trust me, I would love to buy a Prodigy, one day…) but right now, I want an entry-level model.

    Out of the Hofish and Classic Brands, which one would you recommend? I see the Classic brands adjustable bed has a ton of reviews on Amazon; can’t seem to go wrong if I buy one. Also, does Classic brands have the split king version?


  15. Can you give some more details on the Leggett and Platt Raven bed please? I think I like it, the price seems pretty good also. It doesn’t look bulky. But does that make it weak? What’s its lifting capacity?


  16. @Mike, thank you to you too for endorsing our reviews.
    The Reverie 9t review is nearly done and should be published within the next couple of days!
    The 9T vs 8Q? Whoa, that’s a tough one! The 9T is sleek, looks modern and awesome; however, lacks pillow tilting (what a bummer). If the 9T had pillow tilting, I would have recommended the 9T at once. But because that’s not the case, I’ll personally go with the 8Q, partly also because it’s cheaper. I read a lot on my adjustable bed; so pillow tilting is a must. However, if you won’t read or watch TV from your bed as much as I would, I would go with the 9T. Remember that the 9T also has lumbar support!

    Hope that helps!

  17. @René, wow thank you for your awesome review; it really means a lot to me and my team. Yes, we try to give a little bit more than others. Comments like yours make us want to invest even more time on our reviews.

    To answer your question, I’d go with the Prodigy 2.0 based on its newer looks, better wall hugging, sleeker remote, extra customizable memory positions and the additional USB ports. The lack of mattress retention bars on the Prodigy 2.0 also look nice and makes ‘making your bed’ in the morning, a lot easier. However, depending on the type of cloth cover on your mattress, the microretention hooks on the Prodigy adjustable bed, may not hold your mattress in place as much as those retaining bars do!

    Thank you again for the confidence placed on our reviews.

  18. I have read through several online adjustable bed reviews but nothing comes even close to your reviews. The features you emphasize on your reviews are critical and I don’t know why others haven’t paid attention to them.

    I have one question for you Belinda!

    If the Leggett platt prodigy 2.0 and the Reverie 8q were the same price, which one would you recommend and why?

  19. This is an extremely educational review of adjustable bed frames. I really appreciate the effort you have invested in producing the remarkable review. Do you have a Reverie 9T adjustable bed review? If so, can you please point me to it. Do you recommend the Reverie 9T over the 8Q? Although I would love to buy a Prodigy 2.0, I’m a little short of cash and would have to settle for a Reverie.
    Thank you again and keep up the great work!

  20. I couldn’t resist commenting. The best review of adjustable beds I found online by many a mile. Thanks for an awesome education. Some video reviews would have been even better…

  21. @ Johnny B
    The Prodigy 2.0 is indeed a great choice. As for the best adjustable mattress, I suggest the Tuft and Needle mattress. Most memory foam mattresses and latex mattresses are adjustable bed friendly. However, ideally, you need to consider your predominant sleeping position, your preferred mattress firmness etc. before you buy an adjustable mattress. Therefore, I highly recommend that you either read our review on best memory foam mattresses of 2018. We have listed the best adjustable mattresses under the soft, medium-firm and firm categories there; that should help you towards making an educated decision.
    Cheers and keep us posted ;)

  22. I’d like to know what the best adjustable mattress is for an adjustable bed. After reading your reviews, I’m inclined towards a L&P Prodigy foundation. What’s your advice?

  23. Hi Dawn,

    Thanks for your question and congrats on making up your mind on buying an adjustable bed. Let me be honest and upfront; no I have not used a Sleep Number bed long term. I’ve just laid down on one at a mattress store, which you’ve probably done yourself. However, I eat mattresses for breakfast and breathe beds all day long ;) Therefore, I can give you a few pointers that will help you make an educated decision.

    First, i10 is a mattress. The mattress’s major feature is Sleep Number’s “DualAir adjustability” feature that lets sleeping partners customize mattress firmness on their side independent of the other partner. This is what Sleep Number refers to as “your Sleep Number setting”. So for example, if you like ’em firm, yet your husband likes his side to be medium-soft, Sleep Number i10 lets you do that. You do this thanks to two air-chambers located on each of your mattresses. Pump more air in to your mattress to make it firmer and let some air out of your husband’s to make his mattress softer. Additionally, you can cool the mattress down, warm your feet up, get computed info on your sleep quality etc. etc.

    These are all awesome features; no two words. However, if you keep digging, you’ll see that the i10 has a few ‘cons/complaints’ as well. One of the major complaints against the Sleep Number i10 is that sometimes a valley can form between the two air chambers of either side. If one or both of you come to the middle of the bed, you can get trapped inside this valley. This is no good! Another (less frequent) complaint is that one or both air chambers start leaking air. This shouldn’t surprise anyone because any air mattress eventually start to ‘leak/deflate’. Other than that (and the hefty price tag), one really can’t complain about the i10.

    Now to the adjustable base. I presume you were referring to the FlexFit 3 adjustable bed (https://www.sleepnumber.com/sn/en/Adjustable-Bases/p/base-FF3). Unfortunately, this adjustable foundation lacks quite a few of our favorite specs. Lack of pillow tilting and high price-point are major turn-offs in our case. However, like we’ve said before, if you think you will not have much use for pillow tilting, and you’re happy to dish out the extra ca$h, the FlexFit 3 would be a good choice. Also, please note that the FlexFit 1 and FlexFit 2 don’t have the massage feature.

    Here is an unbiased video that may further help you (from sleeplikethedead.com)

    Hope this helps!

  24. We are considering purchasing a sleep number i10 split king with the high end adjustable frame. What do you know about this bed? Have you done any tests or have a review of it? The price is very high, but I am willing to pay a high price for comfort, quality and ease of use. Would I get this with a sleep number?

  25. Thank you for an excellently detailed adjustable bed review. Just what I was looking for before shopping for adjustable beds on Black Friday. I have browsed through dozens and dozens of websites and this review on best adjustable beds by Bedroom solutions is simply the best out of all. Keep up the great work. May I also request you to review the Reverie 9T and Craftmatic adjustable beds please?


  26. @ Linda, I feel for ya girl. I wish there was anything we could do about it. Thank you for sharing your experience; it will definitely help our readers not repeat the same mistake!
    Hope your refund goes well!

  27. I am so angry with myself. I fell in love with the Sleep Number Bed at a balloon festival and just had to have it. I did not do my research! I am now stuck with $4000 worth of awful. The frame is non-refundable. It is huge and ugly. The one I saw at the store was lower down and had a border around it. When they delivered mine, there was no border and the frame was very high. You add the mattress to it and I almost need a step stool to get into it. The mattress is very uncomfortable. I am not able to find my “sleep number.” I would like to return but I would have to pay almost $700 for shipping and then would not be guaranteed a refund for the rest. I am on a fixed income and really should have done more research. I did not know there were so many out there. They made it sound like they were the only ones with a flexible frame. And that it would be so easy to find my sleep number. I use a CPAP at night and move around quite extensively. If I get the umph to return the mattress I will. Then I will do more mattress shopping. Good thing I have a second bedroom and kept my old bed!

  28. @ Michael,
    Thank you for the great question.
    First things first. Simmons Beautyrest is definitely a Prestigious brand; however, still not bit in the adjustable bed industry. However, it’s definitely worth looking into.
    If you must buy a Beautyrest adjustable bed, I recommend the Beautyrest smartmotion 3.0 over the smartmotion 2.0 and 1.0 because the 3.0 is a Wall Saver model. Certain other brands call it ‘wall hugger’. However, if I were you, I’d buy something with ‘customizable memory positions’ and ‘pillow tilting’. Check our review summary table and you’ll see that there are ‘mid-range’ models that are in the same price range that do that.
    On this model, the anti-snore feature is related with the head/upper-body lift. But, in more advanced models, anti-snore position is a function of the pillow tilt.
    I will get back to you with more details; got to run right now!
    P.S. Please note that this is not a hands on review; just going by the specs on the Manufacturers’ websites

  29. So are the Beautyrests not worth looking into? They’re probably the most common brand at stores near me but see they got no mention.

    Do you know if Glideaway is a good brand? I’m looking at their Elevation model which has a pretty unique feature where the whole bed tilts while staying straight so you can side sleep but elevate the head at the same time. Might be an interesting model for you to review.

    Are you still planning on doing the Craftmatic vs Legget comparison you mentioned you were going to do earlier in the comments?


  30. @ Donna,

    Generally, spring mattresses CANNOT bend. If you put it on an adjustable bed and raise the upper body and/or lower body, the mattress may obey the base a little. But I doubt it’ll ‘flex’ as much as a memory foam or latex mattress.

    Sorry, the principle applies to ALL adjustable beds. Hope this helps!

  31. Hi Courtney, this list is up-to-date as of October 2017. We have left out brands like Sleep Number, Craftmatic etc. because of their expensive price tags. All the others are up-to-date. You can try the local Sam’s Club; generally their prices are more expensive than prices on Amazon. But it might be worth checking out; your local mattress store may have an adjustable bed sale going on! The mattress industry and adjustable bed industry is sometimes funny. Sometimes, a particular brand is sold as “X” at Walmart and as “N” at Amazon or Macey’s for example. So be aware of the fact that the brands we recommend here may not be available under the same brand name in your local store. I know a few examples, but don’t want to mention them here because it may have legal implications. Just be vigilant and you’ll be able to catch ’em ;) Consider tuning to Bedroom.solutions at your mattress store to compare the pics and specs to the ones in your local store.

    Hope that was helpful and thank you again for your vote of confidence.

  32. Do you happen to have any “new” contenders since it’s been a while since this review? We are looking for an adjustable base we already have a mattress that works for them. I have terrible back problems from a spinal cord injury so between treatment and medical bills money is tight BUT I feel like it would make a huge difference in my quality of life. My husband is a veteran so we are looking for places that offer a discount for veterans. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for the wonderful information!

  33. Is there any adjustable base bed that would work with a spring mattress (individually wrapped coils) with part memory foam?

  34. Hi Dee, thanks for your vote of confidence. Yes, we really do recommend the Hofish adjustable bed. It’s just that it’s a relatively newcomer to the market and we haven’t been able to put up a detailed review yet. However, I can tell you about the anti-crushing technology. As you can imagine, these things are pretty strong, heavy duty pieces of machinery. After all, they’re built to lift as much as 700 pounds of weight!! If they’re that strong, do you think a soft toy, a shoe, a hand or a cat in its way will stop it? (imagine a bed that is coming down to the flat position from a sit-up position)…. no not unless there was some kind of a safety/sensing mechanism built in to it.

    We first saw such safety mechanisms on the Leggett and Platt Premier series. It had something called ‘LP Sense’ technology. Thanks to LP SENSE technology, a lowering bed would… you guessed it right .. “sense” something in its way, and automatically froze. However, the Premier Series was VERY EXPENSIVE at $5,000+ and also, for one reason or the other, it didn’t live up to the hype.

    This is the first time we’re seeing an entry-level adjustable bed in the <$1000 category carrying this feature. Don't mix this up with a cheap Chinese-made bed. This is German tech for a very reasonable price tag. We recommend it wholeheartedly! If you do happen to buy one, you're welcome to leave an unbiased review on our website. Cheers! Belinda

  35. Hi, thanks for the very informative article! Can you tell me if any or all of the beds reviewed would work with a sleep number mattress? I’m also wondering about the Hofish…I see in the sidebar that its the “Best Entry-Level Adjustable Bed” but I’m unsure if that is part of your review or if that might be an advertisement. I’ve done a little research and the Hofish touts “anti-crushing technology” which is supposed to be safer…is it really? We have pets, especially a very curious cat who I can imagine exploring under the bed. What about the safety of the moving parts in the 10 best beds in your article as well? Thank you.

  36. @Mike, thank you Mike. Yes, we try to be as detailed as possible and scientific, in our adjustable bed reviews. The main reason we haven’t reviewed Sleep Number, Tempurpedic, Craftmatic adjustable beds etc. is because of their high price tags. But, we’re definitely planning on reviewing those very soon. Thank you again for your encouraging comments.

  37. @ Nathan,

    This is the first time I heard about this adjustable bed brand. So, obviously this is not a ‘hands-on-review’. However, I have gone through the product page on http://denvermattress.furniturerow.com/dmc/Apex-Health-Care/Rejuven8-by-Denver-Mattressandreg—R2-Adjustable-Bed/prod2300008/4253804163/ and I feel that it’s pretty decent. It seems to have most features we recommend except ‘Pillow Tilting’. If you’re not sure what that is, please read our explanations and decide if it’s important for you or not. The Rejuven8 seems to have a 20-year limited warranty, which is great. But, please talk to Denver Mattress Co. and clarify exactly what is covered within these 20 years and what is not covered, before you buy it.
    If you do buy it, please give us a Rejuven8 R2 review!
    Hope this helped!

  38. Do you have any recommendations on the Rejuven8 line of adjustable bases from Denver Mattress (Furniture Row)?


  39. Spot on review. I browsed a lot of websites but didn’t find a single other site that was as detailed and critical as you guys were. I suggest you also include reviews on adjustable beds like Sleep number, Tempurpedic, Craftmatic to make this more complete. Most of the ones I see are Leggett and Platt bed reviews.


  40. Hi Mandy,

    Yes, Sleep Number adjustable beds are very good. However, they’re very expensive and thus the reason we haven’t done any Sleep Number reviews yet. Expect one in the very near future.

    Thanks for the question again.

  41. Hi,
    I’ve heard that Sleep Number makes the best adjustable beds. Is that correct? Have you done any sleep number reviews on Bedroom solutions? If so, please point me to that review.

  42. Wow! This is a great review of modern adjustable beds. I highly appreciate you putting the time to put this review together. I was on the verge of buying the Classic brands adjustable bed and after reading your online adjustable beds review, I got the consent of my wife to by ourselves a Legget Platt S-Cape 2.0 which seems like a really good wall hugger bed. I’ll drive by the local mattress stores tonight and see if they have this model; if not, I’ll have to order it online. Does Amazon give a 100 night free trial on these beds?

  43. I had read about wall hugging beds. However, not until I read your detailed adjustable bed review, did I understand fully what it meant. Thank you and god bless you!


  44. @ PJ Smith, Thanks for the question. We did not provide detailed reviews of Easy Rest Adjustable Bed Systems, simply because of their price range. They’re very expensive (up to $9000 for a platinum model); yet don’t carry high-end features like pillow tilting etc. Go through the review on Angies List and you’ll see why we haven’t listed it in our list of top rated beds.

    As for your medical condition, I’m afraid, I’m not qualified to provide you medical advise. I highly encourage you to meet with a suitable orthopedic surgeon to discuss your condition. I’m sorry I could not be of more help to you sir/madam. Hope your back ache will be cured soon.


  45. I didn’t see anything here about Easy Rest. Have you done anything with them?

    I know the price is different depending on what features you want. There is a message and heat.

    I am not sure of anything else. I haven’t slept on one as I sleep in my recliner as my back hurts when I am laying flat
    and I can’t hardly get out of bed in the morning if I sleep on a flat bed. I have tried several different mattress and
    there is no difference in my back in the mornings, In my recliner, I don’t have a problem.

  46. Wow! I think I’m in love with the Prodigy 2.0. From a looks point of view, I think the Leggett Platt S-Cape 2.0 beats the prodigy 2.0. But the S-Cape doesn’t have the pillow tilt leaving me no option but to go with the Prodigy adjustable base. I wonder if I can buy these Leggett and Platt adjustable beds in Columbus, Ohio. If not I can always buy the adjustable bed online. In fact, buying online may even be cheaper; going bed shopping this weekend! Thank you Bedroom Solutions for a great review!

    Camelia, OH

  47. Wow, this was super useful. I would like to purchase the Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0, your best recommended adjustable bed. I would prefer to ‘test-drive’ it first, ideally. Do you know where I can get the Prodigy bed in Dallas, TX?

  48. Hi Kim,

    Thank you for those words; yes we try to be as detailed as possible in our adjustable bed reviews. Let us know what you find in the land of Oz!


  49. Just want to say that your list of 10 best adjustable beds was extremely useful to me. Unfortunately, not all of those models are available here in Australia, nevertheless very useful because now I know which specs to look for. I don’t think we have any electric beds with the pillow tilting feature here. But I’ll definitely keep looking until I find one somewhere here in Sydney.

    Cheers mate!

  50. Sorry Luke, we have not reviewed Craftmatic adjustable beds. This is mainly because they’re relatively more expensive ($4000 – 6000 range). However, since a couple of people have already asked for Craftmatic adjustable bed reviews, we’ll do a Craftmatic vs Leggett and Platt adjustable bed comparison soon!

    Thank you again for your question!

  51. I want to buy the legett and platt prodigy 2.0 after reading your very detailed reviews. Is there a particular adjustable mattress you can recommend? Would you recommend a memory foam mattress or latex mattress for the prodigy? Also, assuming I don’t mind spending the extra cash, is there any advantage of buying a brand like Sleep Number or Craftmatic adjustable bed?
    Thank you

  52. I’ve never used an adjustable bed, but I’ve used recliners (including electric operated recliners) all my life. Based on the recliner-experience, I really don’t think different people will need different customizable positions. For example, the zero gravity position will be the same for me, my wife and my dad. Same goes for watching TV, reading books etc.

    Dick, TX

  53. @ Raju
    The Classic Brands adjustable bed is a steel for its price. A Classic Brands adjustable bed review is coming very soon to Bedroom Solutions. Two of the major disadvantages of it are (i) lack of pillow tilting and (ii) lack of programmable memory positions. But for the price, it’s a great adjustable bed deal

  54. @ Joe

    Very good question Joe; I’ll try to keep the answer as simple as possible. In fact, we are planning on doing some Craftmatic vs Leggett and Platt and Sleep Number vs Leggett and Platt comparisons soon.

    Adjustable bed brands like Craftmatic, Sleep Number and Tempur-Pedic are relatively more expensive than Leggett & Platt, Ergomotion, and Reverie. For example, the Sleep Number FlexFit 3 can cost nearly $5000 for a split king model. You can pay as much as $4799, but you’re not getting pillow tilt and several other features. On the split king model, only the heads can be raised separately; the foot regions of the split king are fused together. That doesn’t allow the two partners to have different lower body/foot preferences.They have something called “Partner Snore™ technology”, but that is not pillow tilt; it’s just the old-fashioned head-tilt.

    Craftmatic is also relatively expensive. The Craftmatic adjustable bed that would have matching features to the Prodigy 2.0 would be the Craftmatic Legacy. A Split King model (which they call “Dual King”) is over $6000 (sometimes these are available for around $4000 during particular sale seasons e.g. memorial day, presidents’ day etc.. Still considerably more expensive than a Reverie or a Leggett & Platt).

  55. This is a very detailed adjustable bed review, thank you for taking the time to

    do it for us noob adjustable info hunters!
    What do you think about the Classic Brands adjustable bed? Do you have a

    Classic Brands adjustable comfort review somewhere on bedroom solutions? If so,

    please point me to it.

  56. The best adjustable bed frames seem to always come from Leggett & Platt. How

    about adjustable bed brands like Craftmatic and Sleep Number? How come you’ve

    not given any adjustable beds reviews on those two brands of manufacturers?

    Have they quit manufacturing these brands?

  57. @ Dave.

    Thank you for those words, they mean a lot to us. Our team has put a lot of hours/days/weeks into these adjustable bed reviews. Great to see consumers appreciating it.

    I’m sorry, we do not have a Prodigy vs Prodigy 2.0 comparison. But I’ll try to do a quick breakdown of the major differences.

  58. The biggest difference between the two is “pillow tilting” of the 2016 Prodigy 2.0. The older model only has head tilting and foot tilting; but no pillow tilting.
  59. The new model has 8 USB ports; the old model had none
  60. The new model has a ‘micro-hook retention system’ eliminating the mattress retaining bars of the old model
  61. These are the main differences; however, even out of the above, the very first is the only difference I would look at if I was to make a buying decision.
    Hope that helps!
    Thank again for your lovely review!

  62. Yes Darci, indeed, what your friend told you was very true. Keeping the legs elevated can lower the discomfort or eliminate the pain altogether. Electrical beds have helped people with restless leg syndrome to fall asleep easily. To do that without pain killers, sleep medications would be great, wouldn’t it?

    We talk about a host of other benefits of adjustable beds on http://bedroom.solutions/pros-and-cons-of-adjustable-beds/

        back problems
        neck problems
        frozen shoulder
        spinal stenosis
        degenerative spondylolisthesis
        breathing/sinus/allergy problems
        swollen legs
        heart/circulation problems
        restless leg syndrome (RLS)

    To answer your other question about pillow tilting: I can’t guarantee that you won’t need pillow tilting, if you will not use it for reading/watching TV. Sometimes, there is this sweet spot on the neck angle even when you’re lounging. However, you can always use a natural pillow if and when you need that.

    What do we recommend for you? Given the durability and reputation of Leggett & Platt, we always like to recommend a L&P for anyone who can afford one. We recommend you the L&P S-Cape. It has superior Wall Hugging compared to the Reverie models and overall, quiet and smooth operation, better comfort, better safety measures etc. However, you’re welcome to try the recently introduced Classic Brands adjustable bed instead. It comes with all the basic features and a preset position on the remote for ‘lounge/zero-gravity’. This budget-model may fulfill all your needs as well. Let us know on what you decide and how it helped your RLS.

    Good luck@

  63. Very comprehensive. I’ve done a lot of reading up on adjustable beds, but didn’t see any other adjustable beds reviews that were as complete and detailed as this. Good job. Do you compare the Leggett and Platt Prodigy 2.0 vs old Prodigy? I can see the original prodigy being offered at a cheaper price at certain places. I just want to know if it’s OK to go with the older version. Thank you.

  64. Wow, I’ll be honest, I’m a little overwhelmed with all the fancy features on these electric beds. I would love to buy the Prodigy 2.0, mostly because of its pillow tilting. However, I (or my hubby) have no plans on using the bed for watching TV or working on our computers. Does this mean we don’t need a bed with pillow tilting? We will just use it for relaxing. I have restless leg syndrome and a friend said that raising the feet on an adjustable bed can help relieve the restlessness. So we will either use it to raise our legs or to rest in the lounge position. Massage is not mandatory, but don’t mind a model with the massage feature. Can you please tell us what the best adjustable bed is for our needs? Appreciate your time! Darci from NJ


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