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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 9, 2007
I got this for our bed when I was about 6 months pregnant, to help with some indigestion/reflux problems I was having and to help my husband with his snoring. It works great! It was very easy to "install", and since it's adjustable, it can change heights as we need it to. The motor is a little loud - you wouldn't want to use it unexpectedly in the middle of the night - but no louder than a vacuum. We love it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Not very happy with the Mattrees Genie. The product does not delivery what it promises; doesn't inflate as high as it says. The worst part is that it makes the mattress bouncy. When my husband lays down I go up. Everytime you turn over the other person is bounced around.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on November 2, 2013
I bought the mattress genie from As Seen On TV Products (though Amazon) to help with acid reflux. While it was helpful, the motor in the air pump failed just past the return period and I am out $180.
The pump assembly is junk. Do not buy this product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2013
The Mattress Genie King works as advertised. We are able to easily control the height of the bed to minimize breathing and reflux problems that occur when laying flat.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on June 18, 2008
I had two surgeries in May. I recovered after the first one without the Genie! What a mistake! I bought the Genie after two painful days of recovery. As soon as I got it I slept so much better. Being able to sleep at a comfortable incline has made such a difference. As a added bonus my husbands snoring is now almost non-existent! Buy this product!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 20, 2013
Ordered this before having abdominal surgery and am so glad I did!
If you have had any type of surgery that makes it difficult to get in and out of bed, you will understand this reviewer's comments.
Thought about renting a hospital bed or buying an adjustable bed base with new mattress to make it easier for recovery. Happened to see the Mattress Genie Bed Lift System advertised and looked into it. The price is agreeable and it looked easy to install and use. Our fitted bedsheets work just fine w/o having to buy any new ones. Have tried the jersey (T-shirt) fitted sheet and also one by Biltmore (Flexi-fit) from Belk's and they both work well; do not pop off when adjusting the mattress either way.
The remote is so easy to use - only three buttons - and it can be placed within your reach so you don't have to stretch to use it.
It does sound like a loud vacuum cleaner when it's being raised - insignificant annoyance to me. It adjusts so you can sit up, reclines to watch television or read, and it lays flat. I raise it before getting into bed, which makes it easier for me without causing any pain from twisting or turning. If you feel yourself slipping down a bit, just raise it and put your hands on the mattress top to pull yourself up.
I wish I had purchased this a couple years ago! I would definitely recommend this product and not hesitate to purchase one.

Update - it's now almost four months later and still using this product. No problems with it at all. It's so handy and comfortable, sometimes I use it just to watch tv - especially when my husband and I want to watch different programs! :)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 29, 2008
Lots of noise with inflation, doesn't stay inflated either. That said, my husband says it helps his neck which has severe spinal stenois
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on July 24, 2010
I like the concept here a lot. It's just that apparently it is not constructed well enough to maintain the air overnight. Now, I weigh 125 lbs so I'm not a real big person so I can imagine if someone were heavier the unit would function even less reliably. I noticed another responder had the same problem and used super glue to fix theirs. I am not going to risk this temporary fix and lose my money if it deflates again. The cost is too high for something that does not work well.
If you don't mind inflating every morning and don't need the full incline during the night this might be a good idea for you.

Warning for all of you with the inflated air type mattresses(Select Comfort for example) this is not an easy item to work around all the tubes to your mattress but it can be done.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2011
The King Genie Mattress Lifter is not as wide as a king size mattress, which is why I rated this item 4 stars instead of 5. When the Genie Mattress Lifter is centered under the mattress width, the mattress overhangs the Lifter about 4" on each side. It works very well for foam mattresses, but rigid innerspring mattress users might be disappointed. If you have GERD, and have been instructed to elevate the head of your bed six inches, the Genie Mattress Lifter is perfect. While the compressor is noisy during operation, it is quiet after desired inflation is achieved.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 10, 2007
This product seems to be a great idea. It really helps if you have reflux and need to be elevated at night, without stacking pillows under you. I have used it fully inflated several times to watch tv and it is great for that also. I deflate it during the day, so it doesn't seem to have harmed the mattress at all. My mom has one on her bed and really loves it. I haven't found it to lose air and except for the noise it makes upon inflation, it's a great product.
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