Wow, first adjustable base. Where have you been all my life? I purchased this as consumer report's top new mattress was a fraction of the price of my 11 year old tempur-pedic grand. As the fabulous new Sleep on Latex, was $5 grand less, I began researching adjustable beds. I learned that Legget and Platt, was the "Cadillac" of adjustable beds. As I have a terrible back, and a sizable savings on a mattress that out ranks Tempur (per Consumers), I jumped on the iDealBed. All the setup guide, owners manual, and warrantee are Leggett and Platt. This is a L&P bed, at huge discount. The setup booklet is the same as, with pictures of, the $grand more expensive bed. The help telephone line is to L&P. Now, what is different. 1) iDealBed, is not printed on the remote. Wireless, of course That's it! The bed is soo sturdy. The massaging choices work like a dream. Massage works up to 30 minutes. The "lay flat" button works with one touch-no hold needed. Flash light nice, as is back lighting of all buttons. Under bed lighting illuminates all around bed for animal safety, and finding slippers. Several position choices preset, and a couple of memory choices you make. Nice button to lock bed, so children can not endanger themselves and pets. Super easy setup. Screw on legs, and 2 minutes unpacking and pressing cotton pins back on. Flip bed over (2 people), and plug into surge protector. Surge protection NOT INCLUDED! Purchase Velcro to always know where your remote is. Place mattress on bed. Relax, and know that you have a 10 year motorized warranty!
PS Update: IDealBed increased price $15, the night I slept on decision to buy. Today, when I wrote review, price increased almost $100 +tax. Yes, tax on possible medical device. Will call about doctor script for tax return. Is bed price increasing for holiday reduction? I hope not. Love this bed base. Perfect in my Tommy Bahama poster bed. Just Heaven!
January, 2018 update;
At 6'4", the 9" Sleep On Latex, left me feeling as though I dropped half way to the floor getting into bed. The wonderful people at Sleep On Latex, sold me a 3", $300 topper, for 149.50. It made all the difference. The pressure point on my hip was gone, and elastic sheet grippers (under$10) left me secure that upon waking all bedding would remain intact. BTW, my massage unit operates in 3 distinct areas, although the rolling massage flows up and down the whole body. I only use the 2 lower power setting, lest I want a shiatsu experience. Perhaps, the perfect mattress for a motorized bed is latex? Many months, fantastic find!