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Top 5 BEST Adjustable Bed Frames Announced and Reviewed by Bedroom Solutions

30 Point Comparison of Adjustable Beds Reveal PROS and CONS of Newest Adjustable Bases

CHICAGO, IL / ACCESSWIRE / May 9, 2015 / "Compared to the very first adjustable hospital beds built nearly two centuries ago, modern-day adjustable beds are more comfortable, advanced and durable. However, even some of today's best adjustable beds have substantial shortcomings a potential buyer should be aware of" warns Rand Harding, a spokesperson for Bedroom Solutions.

This TOP 5 Adjustable Bed Review and Comparison was recently published to educate consumers on such limitations of the best (1) Entry-level, (2) Mid-range, and (3) High-end models. It is a highly useful read for anyone looking to buy a trouble-free adjustable frame.

The above review is based on the following 7 criteria that separate the best adjustable frames from the rest: (1) strength of the bed frame/chassis, (2) necessary, must-have features, (3) non-essential bells and whistles, (4) customer reviews, (5) price, (6) manufacturer reputation, and (7) warranty.

Go to http://Bedroom.Solutions/Best-Adjustable-Beds/ to get the full scoop of this recently published review.

"Modern-day adjustable bed foundations come with dozens of features. While some of them are useful and necessary, others are highly advanced and not everyone needs them" warns Harding. "For example, some models cost as much as an extra $1000 simply because they're equipped with built-in Bluetooth speakers, under-bed lighting, USB charging ports, alarm clocks etc. These are nice add-ons to have, but considering that they do not contribute towards relieving people's stiff necks, backaches, frozen shoulders, osteoarthritis, degenerative spondylolisthesis etc., not everyone can justify spending that extra cash towards such non-essential features" elaborates Harding.

The Leggett & Platt S-Cape is an example for a top rated entry-level adjustable bed frame that has all the 'must-have' features like (1) infinite number of upper and lower body inclination angles, (2) two programmable positions, (3) backlit wireless remote controller, (4) built-in head and foot therapeutic massages, (5) quiet motors and (6) wall hugging / sliding back mechanism which enables the user to stay close to his/her nightstand even when the upper body is raised. In addition to the above 'must-have' features, Leggett & Platt Premier Series and Serta Motion Custom, two of the best high-end adjustable beds, are equipped with more advanced features like (1) Bluetooth connectivity, (2) under-bed lighting, (3) USB ports for recharging smartphones, (4) vibrating alarms, (5) sleep timers, (6) lumbar support, and (7) factory-preset positions. However, these advanced features don't come free. The above adjustable bed review compares all of these features on a side-by-side table, so that consumers can make an educated decision on the best suited adjustable bed for his/her specific needs.

"What's most important in determining the best adjustable bed is not its brand (i.e. Leggett & Platt, Serta, Ergomotion, Amerisleep, Reverie, Sleep Number or Tempur-pedic) or size (i.e. twin-XL, full, queen or California split-king), but rather the blend of features it possesses" warns Harding.

This 30 Point Adjustable Bed Comparison and Review addresses all of these modern features in great detail. It could very well be the most comprehensive comparison of adjustable bed frames available online and therefore is a highly recommended read for anyone interested in buying one.

The above 30-point comparison highlights the importance of features like customizable memory positions, wall hugging, safety features involving pinch points, and choosing the right 8" - 15" gel memory foam mattress. It also emphasizes an important feature of adjustable beds, the multiple positions that they can be adjusted to, such as lounge, TV/laptop (Fowler's position), flat, anti-snore, zero-gravity and Trendelenburg positions. While all power beds can be adjusted to any of these positions, only a few allow such positions to be memorized so that one's favorite custom position can be recalled with a single click of a button. This is an important feature considering that many new generation professionals work regularly from bed. Bedroom solutions also provide several comparisons between Leggett & Platt models like ShipShape, S-Cape, Prodigy and Premier Series vs Serta beds like Motion Perfect, Motion Signature and Motion Custom.

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Source: Bedroom Solutions