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NOT All Adjustable Beds Are Made Equal

Like everything else in life, not all adjustable beds are made equal. Some are awesome, some are decent while others are horrible. Below we review the Top 5 Adjustable Beds from Premium, Mid-Market and Entry-Level categories and reveal the top 10 adjustable bed specs that actually matter to you.

#1 Overall BEST Value Adjustable Base

DynastyMattress DM9000s Adjustable Base

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DM9000s : Overall BEST Adjustable Bed

  • The DM9000s is the Best Value for Money Premium-quality adjustable base of 2020
  • It has all the features you can wish for such as
    1. Independent pillow tilting
    2. Lumbar support
    3. Wall hugging
    4. Customizable one-touch memory positions
    5. Furniture-style upholstery
    6. Advanced massage features
    7. Platform/ Storage-bed compatible (Zero-clearance)
    8. Under-bed lighting
    9. Microhooking mattress retention
    10. Height-adjustable legs etc.
  • Excellent choice for seniors given all of the above features
  • Unmatched warranty (Lifetime warranty on the metal frame + 10 Years on other components)
  • Unbeatable price for a premium adjustable bed
  • We have found ONLY 1 other adjustable bed brand that is as feature-rich as the DM9000s. But that is $2800 more expensive than the DM9000s (for a split-king base)!!

Best Entry-Level Adjustable Bed

motion in a box adjustable bed

Motion In A Box

    • Has all features of the Basic features you can ask from an entry-level adjustable bed and more !!
      1. Full motion head and foot tilt
      2. Two preset memory positions on the remote
      3. Zero Gravity preset
      4. One Touch Flat preset
      5. Two customizable memory positions
      6. Under-bed lighting
      7. 880 lb weight lifting capacity
      8. Wireless Remote
      9. Smartphone ready via Bluetooth
      10. Budget-friendly pricing
    • 3-Year Full warranty
    • 4-20 years limited warranty

Most Luxurious Adjustable Bed

Plushbeds s755 adjustable base

S755 : Most Luxurious Base

    • Has almost all the features of the DM9000s
    • Even has a few extra features compared to the DM9000s
    • However, up to $2800 more expensive than the DM9000s (depending on the size)
    • If you can spend the extra ca$h, this is the best looker for sure


Best Mid-Market Adjustable Base

Layla Adjustable Base

Layla Adjustable Base

    • Doesn’t have the premium features found on the luxury models
    • But has all the essential basic adjustable features like the following:
      1. Head and Foot articulation
      2. Height adjustable legs
      3. Anti-skid, microhooking mattress retention platform
      4. FIVE memory positions including one-touch zero-gravity
      5. FOUR USB ports
      6. 30 day money back guarantee
    • Starting as low as $700 (Holiday Sale – $200 Savings)
    • Trustworthy brand name

Lumbar Specialist

Prodigy Comfort Elite Bed Frame

Prodigy Comfort Elite Base

    • Has many of the features of the top 2 adjustable beds except for the following
      1. Furniture-style upholstered decking
      2. Zero-clearance: not platform bed, slatted bed or storage bed friendly
      3. No Bluetooth speaker and sub-woofer
    • However, $500-$800 more expensive than the DM9000s

The #1 Best Adjustable Bed of 2020 – DM9000s Bed Frame

Top Rated Adjustable Bed

The Good News About the DM9000s

The DM9000s is undoubtedly the best value for money adjustable bed in the 2020 marketplace. It has every imaginable feature you can ask for in an adjustable bed. It is also one of the best looking adjustable beds with great upholstery finishes. There is only one other bed that comes close to the DM9000s and that is about $2800 more expensive than the DM9000s.

The Dynasty Mattress premium adjustable base has the following and more features.

  1. Pillow tilt
  2. Chest/head tilt
  3. Foot tilt
  4. Lumbar support bar
  5. Self-adhesive microhook mattress retention
  6. Mattress retention bar
  7. Head massage with premium features
  8. Foot massage with same features
  9. USB ports – 2 on each side
  10. Upholstered furniture-style decking
  11. Bluetooth speakers with sub-woofer
  12. Under-bed lighting
  13. Zero-clearance for under-bed storage
  14. Height adjustable legs
  15. Memory positions (3 programmable + 1 preset)
  16. Extended warranty
  17. Wall hugging
  18. Unbeatable price

Anything  Bad About the DM9000s?

  1. Not everybody needs premium features like lumbar support, Bluetooth speakers and massage. If they had a basic model for a cheaper price, that would have been great.
  2. We have noticed that the DM9000s goes out of stock every once in a while. This is likely because their factories cannot keep up with the high demand. So if you’re shopping for a high quality adjustable bed frame and the DM9000s is in stock, don’t procrastinate because it may just get sold out and you’ll have to wait for weeks till it is restocked.

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Comparison of the Top 5 Adjustable Beds

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Best Overall
Best Mid-Range
Best Entry-Level
Most Luxurious
Lumbar Specialist
Wall Hugger
Pillow Tilt
Lumbar Support
Furniture Style Deck
Zero Clearance
Dual Massage
Adjustable Height
Under-bed Lights
Microhooking Retention
Remote Pouch
Custom Positions
Preset Positions
USB Ports

Most Luxurious Adjustable Bed – Malouf Plushbeds S755

Most Luxurious and Expensive of All


Plushbeds s755 adjustable bed review

The Good News

The Plushbeds S755, manufactured by Malouf, is probably the most luxurious and best looking adjustable bed in the current marketplace. It has all the features the DM9000s possesses and the following extras.

  • Remote Pouch
  • 3 additional preset memory positions

The Bad & Ugly News

The expensive price tag is the only bad thing about the Plushbeds S755. This is twice as more expensive as the DM9000s. If you’re willing to trade in the additional $2800 for the great looks, and the couple of extras on offer, this is your dream adjustable bed.

Adjustable Bed with Lumbar Support – Leggett & Platt Prodigy Comfort Elite


Leggett and Platt Prodigy Comfort Elite Base

The Good News

The Prodigy Comfort Elite is an excellent model from Leggett & Platt. It has most of the specs of the DM9000s and the S755.

The Bad News

Compared to the DM9000s and the S755, the Prodigy Comfort Elite lacks the following features:

  • Lacks furniture-style decking
  • Not a zero-clearance model (not storage bed friendly)
  • Lacks Bluetooth speaker and sub-woofer

The Ugly News

Like with the Plushbeds S755, the expensive price tag is the real deal breaker about the Prodigy Comfort Elite. Although not as expensive as the S755, it is still about $500-800 more expensive than the DM9000s, depending on the size you want to buy.

Best Mid-Market Adjustable Bed – Layla Adjustable Bed Frame


Layla Adjustable Bed

The Good News

The Layla power base is ranked as our #1 Mid-Market adjustable bed. It has all the basic features one would want in an adjustable bed without the bells and whistles of our top 3 adjustable beds. The following are the major features of the Layla adjustable base.

  • Excellent price point.
  • Have the essential features like head tilt, foot tilt, USB ports, custom memory positions, zero-gravity position, adjustable height legs etc.

The Bad News

Doesn’t have any of the advanced features like pillow tilt, lumbar support, wall hugging, furniture style decking, storage bed compatibility etc.

Best Entry-Level Adjustable Bed – Motion In A Box


motioninabox adjustable bed base

The Good News

The Motion in a Box is our best entry-level adjustable base. It comes from a US company with a good reputation. It doesn’t have any of the advanced features, but has the following basic features.

  • Head and foot tilt
  • Two customizable memory positions
  • Zero gravity preset position
  • Flat preset position
  • Under-bed lighting
  • 880 lb lifting capacity (weight of the mattress + sleeper)

The Bad News

The Motion In A Box lacks most of the advanced features like pillow tilt, wall hugging, lumbar support and massage. But if you’re looking for a budget friendly adjustable base without the bells and whistles, this may be a perfect fit for you!

TOP 7 BEST Adjustable Bed Specs to Own

Pillow tilting

(1) Pillow Tilting

Pillow tilting is available only on about 10% of the adjustable beds in the current marketplace. You need an adjustable bed with Pillow Tilting if you will use your bed to read books, watch TV, have breakfast or work on your laptop in the sitting-up position. This additional level of articulation helps you straighten to an almost perpendicular position. In the early days, pillow tilting was limited to premium models like this. But today, it’s also available on very economically priced models like this as well.

wall hugging adjustable base

(2) Wall ‘Hugging’ Adjustable Beds

Wall hugging helps you stay close to the nightstand so that your coffee, TV remote, bedtime stories etc. etc. are right adjacent to you even if you’re sitting up or lounging. In contrast, with a non-wall hugging adjustable bed, you end up a good foot in front of the nightstand. Twisting back to reach the nightstand can give you a neck, back or shoulder ache. A wallhugger bed (or wall snuggler as some brands call them) is a must if you regularly use your nightstand. The DM9000 base is an excellent example.

furniture style adjustable beds

(3) Adjustable beds with Furniture Style bases

This is more to do with ‘looks’ than ‘functionality’. Furniture style adjustable bases are ready to be used without an additional bed frame. They look pretty and will give your bedroom a chic outlook. However, those who already own a wooden bed frame or those who don’t want to spend extra $$ for the looks, feel free to go for a standard adjustable base. The Reverie 9T, Dynasty Mattress, Leggett & Platt S-Cape 2.0, and Serta Motion Perfect III are examples for electric beds with furniture style bases.

programmable memory positions

(4) Programmable Memory Positions

Go to your favorite position at the touch of a button. This is 10 times more convenient than pressing “up” and “down” buttons continuously until you get that sweet spot. However, most entry-level adjustable beds don’t have customizable memory positions; instead they have fixed or factory preset memory positions. If you have the extra cash, we recommend you invest on one with programmable memory positions.

head and foot massage

(5) Skilled Masseur at your service

Can a daily soothing massage help you relax at the end of a tiring day? Choose between a pulse or wave-style therapeutic massage… because you deserve nothing less…

Understand that the level of massage you get will depend on your mattress. Don’t expect the massage motors to magically massage you through a 15 inch mattress as good as a skilled masseur standing at your bedside.

Lumbar support

(6) Lumbar support for those of you with back pain

A lot of people ask us “what’s the best adjustable bed for back pain?” The answer is “an adjustable bed with lumbar support” provided that your back pain originates in the thoraco-lumbar area. The extra therapeutic support on the lumbar area will relax those stiff muscles relieving you of any pains and stiffness. This can be helpful not only when you’re sitting up and watching TV/reading etc., but even when you’re sleeping in a flat position. This is probably the cheapest option for a lumbar support adjustable bed.

sectional adjustable beds

(7) 5-section vs 4-section vs 3-section adjustable beds

We’re not saying that the higher the number of independent sections, the merrier. 90% of the adjustable beds out there have either four or five sections; both are great. However, there are a handful that have only three sections. The problem with these is that, in the sitting up position, there isn’t a 100% flat/horizontal position; so you’re butt can be in a awkward position putting unnecessary pressure on the hips. I would personally avoid such an adjustable bed.

3 WORST Adjustable Bed Specs to Avoid like the Plague


Nowadays, you can buy a full-fledged, split-king adjustable bed + luxury mattress combo with all the bells and whistles for $2,500 – 4,000. Yet, some manufacturers go around selling ‘basic’ models well over $6,000. We don’t want to name them, but now that you have this information, you should be able to sniff them from a mile and be able to avoid them like the plague.

Expensive Adjustable Beds
Loud Noisy Motors

(2) Noisy Motors

Typically, split-king adjustable beds are split from head to toe. But some adjustable bed brands are split only at the head and still united at the foot region. This may be OK for some couples; but if you’re like me and want complete ‘independence’ from your spouse in bed (as far as the adjustability of your bed goes), you need to get your hands on a split-king adjustable bed that is completely separate from each other.

(3) Lack of online adjustable bed reviews and

pushy Sales tactics (e.g. sales calls)

Well… there might be consumer reviews, but they’re only seen on the manufacturer’s website. No customer reviews on independent websites like Amazon.com, Walmart.com, Sam’s Club, Overstock etc. In fact, some of these electric beds are not even available for online purchase. Do you smell something fishy here? Me too 🙂 I wouldn’t buy from anyone that’s not 100% transparent. Would you?

Some adjustable bed brands can only be bought by “calling the number on your screen right now”. You call the 1 800 number and you’ll be greeted by a salesperson who will push you above and beyond the boundaries. There might be consumers that appreciate it, but I’m certainly not one. If their product is genuine, they wouldn’t have to push so hard, would they? Buyers would be attracted to it like bees to a honeypot.

telemarketer promotion

Adjustable Bed Specs

USB Ports
To charge your phone, iPad etc.

Up to 20 years…

Smartphone Readiness
Control your bed with your phone
Zero Gravity Position

Takes pressure/weight off your back

Anti-snore Position
The cure for your partner’s snoring
Alarm Clock
Wake-up to a silent alarm
Under-bed Lighting
Enlighten your bedroom
Remote Lock

Prevents accidental operation

Sleep Timer
Lower your bed automatically…
White Glove Delivery

Get it installed by the experts…

Mattress Retaining Bars
Mattress retainers no more…
Emergency Power Down

Battery backup in case of power loss

Your questions, comments, suggestions on adjustable beds and everything sleep!!


  1. What about the malouf s750 is it as good as the s755?

    • Hi Bill,

      Sorry, I’m coming back to you after one month. Somehow your comment together with another comment got lost among hundreds of spam comments. I apologize for the delay.

      I’m sorry, I was not aware of an S750 model. I did a bit of research and it appears that the S750 is identical to the S755. Sometimes mattress and adjustable bed manufacturers sell their products under different vendors/retailers using different names/model numbers. This might be a case like that. From what I can see, they appear to be identical; however, I recommend you to call the manufacturer and clarify if you haven’t already.

      Cheers and sorry again for the delay!

  2. Thank you for this review! Any thoughts on purchasing a mattress and base from the same vs different brands? If using different brands is okay, do you have any tips for ensuring the mattress and base will be ‘compatible’? This will be my first adjustable bed purchase. Thanks!

    • Hi Lindy,

      Sorry, I missed this comment. A ton of spam comments and this got buried among them. I’m sure my answer has no value to you now since it’s coming 1 month too late; however, I will answer anyway so that someone else, some fine day will find it useful!

      Using a different brand of adjustable mattress is totally fine. The best type of adjustable mattresses are Latex mattresses; however, they don’t come cheap. Memory foam mattresses also work perfectly well. Spring mattresses work as long as they have individually wrapped coil springs. Even air mattresses like those from Sleep Number, work just fine with adjustable bases as well. Water mattresses surely do not 🙂

      Hope that helps and sorry again for the delay in getting back to you!

  3. Three questions:
    1. Are there any split adjustable beds wider than a King. Such as the Wyoming??

    2. Is there an adjustable bed who makes covered coil mattresses?

    3. Which bed has the best massage?

    Thank you so very much truly love the dedication and caring responses!

    • Hello,

      Wow, very interesting questions!

      1. As for Wyoming or Alaskan size split-King, the only option I can give you is to combine a twin-XL (38″ wide) with a Full (54″ wide). That is a massive 92″ in width and the split won’t be right in the middle. I doubt that will work for you. Another option is to go for a Bear or Yaasa split-king adjustable bed and to widen the platform by fixing/ gluing down 42″ wide planks on top of the existing ones. Just make sure you don’t burn the motors by exceeding the weight limit. Each side comes with about a 700 pound weight limit. Make sure the mattress and the sleeper don’t exceed that weight limit. You may need some DIY skills for this, but if you really want the extra large size, I think this is your only bet!! But keep in mind that neither the Bear nor the Yaasa come with pillow tilting!

      2. Covered coil adjustable mattresses: I presume you mean ‘individually wrapped innnerspring mattresses’ such as this one. Yes, they work with adjustable beds and there are plenty of them around.

      3. I don’t want to pretend that I’ve slept on a million adjustable beds and I know the answer to your question from personal experience. From the dozen or so beds I’ve tested, the DM9000s is pretty good and another that comes to my mind is the Reverie 650.

      I hope my answers put you in the right direction in your hunt for the perfect adjustable base!

      Feel free to shoot us any further questions you may have.

      All the best and stay safe!

  4. Looking between the DM 9000 and Sven & Son Platinum. Looked at your comparison but the question I have wasn’t addressed. One thing I noticed on the DM9000 Divided King is that the lumbar looks to be positioned very low on the base more like a butt bar not a lumbar. Do you know if this lumbar truly hits in the lumbar area or is much lower? Also, can you use it when you are sitting up? I was told laying down might be the only way you can use this lumbar and it’s more for stretching your back out instead of providing lumbar support for say when you are sitting up watching TV or reading. It doesn’t seem to make sense as I would think you would want/need lumbar support in sitting up.


    • Hi Karen,

      Sorry this reply is coming very late and I presume you would have already found your answer. My personal experience is that when you’re sitting up, you tend to slide down a bit anyways and it hits the right spot for me. I’m 5’4″, but it may be different for a taller person. Like you say, when you’re lying flat, you can move up or down the bed and pinpoint the target area.

      Hope this helps and would love to hear from you your personal experience.

      • I too am trying to decide between the Sven and son split king and the DM 900. I like that the sven has pocketed coils. I had a foam gel mattress and HATED it.
        Can you give insight on the mattresses? I think the adjustable bases are very similar

        • Hi Barbara,

          I wouldn’t say that the Dynasty Mattress and Sven and Son are similar. They have quite a few differences.

          As for the mattress, different individuals like different types of mattresses for a hundred and one reasons. That’s only natural. You might hate what I absolutely LOVE, it’s just how it is. Some people will not like gel foam mattresses because they may have too much ‘sink’, they’re too warm, the ILD was wrong, the bounce was not right, because there was no edge support or because they picked the wrong firmness etc. etc. So it’s really not fair to generalize one’s liking or the disliking to a particular brand of mattress to all mattresses of that kind.

          This is why we don’t like to give strong recommendations on mattresses. It’s a personal thing and you should go to your local mattress store, sleep on one and preferably take home one that has a 30 day trial/return policy and make the decision yourself.

          Hope that helps!

  5. Hi, question are you only base your reviews from Amazon or any other websites?

    I am trying to find out which base and company will be more reliable and also what would be a good price average?

    Odessa from Glideaway.
    Prodigy CE from L&P

    Thanks I will wait for you input.



    • Hi IV,

      Yes, as you can understand, it would be impossible for anyone to personally test 100s of different adjustable beds for extended periods of time. That’s why going by consumer reviews is a lot more accurate than a few people doing it. Statistical power is much stronger that way 🙂 … I’m told 🙂

      The Odessa is gorgeous, but if you look at the various reviews left on different Glideaway beds on Amazon, they’re a bit inconsistent. Some people have gone on to say that the beds had a strong synthetic odor that wouldn’t go away. Some people said that they couldn’t get the programmable memory positions to work, so on and so forth. They seem to be mainly from last year and the manufacturer appears to have fixed those.

      Also look at the comment below from Steve R Scheinberg

      I personally would only buy a Glideaway if I wanted the Elevation Lift function (for GERD/heartburn) because there is no other company that makes such adjustable beds. If I didn’t want the elevation lift feature, I would probably settle for a different brand.

      The DM9000s currently has almost all the features you can expect to find on an adjustable bed. Since the bed has been on the market for about 2-3 years now, if it was a poor product, there would be a ton of negative reviews about it by now. But, that’s not the case; so it’s definitely a good buy.

      The Prodigy CE is no doubt a great buy, but compared to the dynasty mattress, has less features (no double deck design, not platform bed compatible etc. etc.) and is about $700 more expensive.

      Therefore, I would personally go with the dynasty mattress because I could do so many other things with the $700 saved 🙂

      Hope I made sense to you!

      • What keeps someone form sliding down toward the bottom of the bed if they are using the incline/GERD setting?

        • Hi Betsy,

          Sorry this reply is coming very late. Hopefully, you have found the answer by now. You’re absolutely correct, if you incline the bed to an angle greater than 30 degrees, sure, you will slide down. But generally, for medical reasons, 15-20 degree angles are plenty and at such an angle, you won’t slide down.

          Please share your personal experience with us if you have already purchased a bed with elevation lift.

  6. I have never left a review or comment on a site before but was compelled to do so this time. Thank you for your comparison of the DM and SVEN. It has enabled me to make a decision on the model. Here is the only question remaining. Being older this is probably the last bed purchase I will make in my life. Question?? How do you compare buying a split King to buying 2 XL twins and placing them side by side? Do you perceive any benefit or other issue?
    Thanks again for the honest review… BTW my name is Svensson. No relation to the manufacturer…..

    • Hello Sven,

      Sorry, this message is getting approved about 2 weeks after you left the message. Most of our team got impacted by COVID-19 one way or the other and this site got neglected. Please accept my apologies.

      A split-king is exactly two twin XLs placed side-by-side 🙂 So no difference in the two except with the split-king, you have the option of pairing them which sometimes needs a cable that connects the two beds together. If you purchase two twin XLs separately, you will likely NOT get this cable and you won’t be able to pair the left and right together. Other than that, it’ll be the exact same dimensions etc.

      I think you should file a copyright infringement and claim Sven and Son; sounds like a completely legal and ethical thing to do 🙂 Just kidding!

      I hope I have clarified your question; but I’m pretty sure that you’ve already clarified it from a different source by now.

      If you happen to stop by Bedhound.com again, please let us know if you bought the DM or the SVEN and how you like it so far.

      Stay home and keep COVID out!

  7. Have you ever heard of Zanado sleep system by Transforn my Bedroom?

    • Hi Pat,

      I’m afraid I have not heard of that, right now we’re a little tied up for time, but I will certainly check out the system and let you know in the future.


  8. On your 8 best adjustable beds you didn’t list the dynasty 9000, yet you still recommend the Sven & Son with lumbar, which above you didn’t think to highly of. I am looking at both bed frames for the lumbar support and am having a hard time deciding, the Sven has a higher rating on Amazon.

    • Hi Gary,
      Simply put, I made that comment exactly about a year ago, February of 2019. I have clearly stated on the answer that there were only four 5-star reviews on the Sven & Son at the time (compared to the over 50 5-star reviews today; Feb 2020). A bed (or anything else for that matter) can have all the highest specs, but they can breakdown within weeks or months. So in order to get an idea about the durability and reliability of a product, we typically wait about 6 months before we ‘jump’ into conclusions.
      In summary, I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending the Sven and Son. The Dynasty Mattress bed has a better finish and a few more specs for a couple hundred extra bucks. Both are excellent products and you need to pick one based on your personal preference!

      Hope your doubts were clarified!

      • Thanks for you fast reply, I did see on one site there were ten complaints about DynastyMatress, but looking at bbb could no find them.

        • Hi Gary,

          Just curious if you ended up buying the DM9000 or Sven & Son adjustable base? I have been doing much research and after seeing some negative reviews on amazon and pretty terrible complaints on BBB about DM9000, I am hesitant to go with that adjustable base. Just wondering how you are liking the adjustable base you went with…

  9. Hello..We’re ready to make purchase of an adjustable base. After much research and actually trying out a number of different adjustable beds, we are leaning towards the DM9000. Before we do, we simply wanted to ask if you still hold the same views that you posted regarding your comparisons? Any new thoughts? Or any detractors? Interested in your feedback. Thanks!

    • Hi Cat & Pup,

      No, I hold the same strong (even stronger now) views on the DM9000s. The price has risen by about a couple of hundred dollars on almost every model since I made those observations last year; other than that, everything stays the same.


  10. Have you done any research or reviews on the Blissful Nights models?

    • Hi Rhonda,
      Yes, the Blissful Nights models are great. It’s just that we have focused here on adjustable beds with luxury specs and to my knowledge Blissfulnights models have relatively basic specs and thus the reason we have not reviewed it officially here. Nevertheless, it is a good brand and if you can be content with the specs it offers, go for it!


  11. Do not buy glideaway beds.

    Customer service is zero stars and they absolutely do not stand behind their product.

    I purchased this bed two months ago and submitted a warranty issue and have called over 10 times and receive nothing but run around from this company.

    • Thank you Steve for your comment. You were not the first person to come out with this. It’s just that there isn’t another bed with Elevation Lift in the market and if you’re looking at relieving acid reflux, Glideaway remains your only option.

      Thank you again for sharing your experience with us.

  12. Amazing info! Best on the web by far! I found out that Ergomotion manufactures the BeautyRest Black Luxury Base. Can you speak to buying the same bed in the Ergomotion name vs. having BeautyRest mark it up via rebranding? Also, do you have any insight into this model? It seems to check most of the boxes. Thx!

    • Hi Dave,
      Thank you for the great endorsement of our adjustable bed reviews. Unfortunately, we got hacked and still haven’t completely recovered from it and didn’t see your comment until this moment, which is about 25 days after you left your comment. My sincere apologies and the chances are you’ve already sorted out the matter. But let me try to explain anyway.

      Yes, you’re right, the BeautyRest adjustable bed you refer to is this model correct? It is most likely this or this. They seem to be slightly different though.

      It looks gorgeous (I have not actually seen/used/operated this model in all honesty) and it comes endorsed with the trusted BeautyRest brand name. But my concern is the poor reviews Ergomotion adjustable beds have received in the past. Look at this model on Amazon for example. Very poor consumer reviews. 60% single star reviews, almost unheard on Amazon. For this reason, I would not even bother dissecting the features/specs of this bed any further.

      I’m sorry if I didn’t give the answer you were looking for!

      Hope I helped you make the right decision!

  13. Have you reviewed the Bed Tech adjustable base?

  14. How do you manage the bottom sheet when one side is up and one side down, unless you do a complete split and use two twin size sheets?

  15. I have some back issues mainly due to stiff muscles and I want to know which lumbar support adjustable bed is best for back pain. You say the Leggett Platt prodigy is the best option. What other options are there? Why do you say prodigy is better than others?

  16. I have an innova adjustable split king bed with a 12” mattress. It’s quiet, wireless, love the massage, under the bed lighting and all the adjustable features, it’s beautiful upholstery and fantastic price. Just wondering why you have not reviewed it?

    • Hi Joy,

      Thank you for a great question. As you will agree, it is NOT practically possible for us to physically test all the brands of adjustable beds. If we cannot get our hands on a particular adjustable bed model for at least a few hours, our only option is to rely on existing online adjustable bed reviews. We only trust consumer reviews on e-commerce websites like Amazon.com, Walmart.com or Overstock.com; we can trust them as genuine and unbiased because the reviews are left by actual consumers. Unfortunately, if we can’t get hold of a particular adjustable bed AND we don’t have a source of accurate consumer reviews of that model, we simply don’t take the risk of giving incorrect information to our readers. We don’t base our reviews on the adjustable bed reviews on the manufacturer website.

      Hope you understand the point I’m trying to make.

  17. Have you reviewed a dynasty mattress dm9000s series adjustable bed. one piece king size mattress we were going to buy seperate. $1699.00. thanks for your help. david warren

    • Hey David,

      Our DM9000s review will be coming out shortly. Until it comes out, what I can tell you is that it is an awesome choice. I believe there is no other adjustable bed in the market with such a lot of specs, yet at such a competitive price. Out of the features we talk about, it has everything except Elevation lift. One other thing is even though the manufacturer says it’s a wall hugging model; its wall hugging seems to be limited compared to the leggett and platt models. It will still slide back, but not enough, especially you have a thick mattress on (12 inches or more). Remember, the thicker the mattress, the more you move away from the headboard/night stand when you raise your head.

      Dynasty Mattress also has a split king mattress that is split only at the head. The good thing about it is that there is no ‘crack’ in between the two mattresses/partners. The bad thing about is that you can’t raise the foot portions of your split-king beds independently of each other. In your case, you say, you were looking at the single mattress model; so this wouldn’t be a concern.

      In short, yes, we do recommend the dm9000s without hesitation; TWO THUMBS up 🙂


      • Mika:

        You say the DM9000s does not hug the wall as much as some of the others. Is there a way to detail or compare the distance from the wall or headboard between say the Sven and Son Platinum, the Prodigy Comfort Elite, and the DM9000s (non-split king)?

        • Hi,

          I just purchased the Dm9000s king not split. I have to say it was between this model or the bed tech 4000 which comes at a higher price point. The DM 9000s is great for the price and features but I do have to say with a 14 inch mattress the wall higher feature isn’t that great. Wondering if a thinner mattress would work better? The massage functions as well seem more like a light vibration than a massage. Could be again the mattress issue.

      • Mika:

        On the DM9000s it looks like the lumbar bar is higher up on the split king versus the regular king. Have you determined this to be true? I have seen some comments that the lumbar bar on the split may hit between the shoulder blades instead of the lower back.

        Please advise.



  18. Hi EJ Heath, thank you for your very valid question.

    To be quite frank, I had no idea that Sven had adjustable beds. I presume you mean the model shown on this page

    Here are my observations!

    1. you need to understand that the fancy looking bed frame and headboard won’t be included in your purchase.
    2. at the time of composing this answer, the above page on Amazon has four 5-star reviews for the adjustable base. None of them are ‘verified purchases’. If you look at most other products, the reviews have been left by verified purchasers. This is a little disturbing to me. The way I understand it, the reviews have been left by individuals that DID NOT buy the bed from amazon.com. I don’t know why such people are even allowed to leave reviews on Amazon. Whenever I see this, I usually try to stay away from that product however, good the reviews may be. In fact, these comments talk about buying the product from Sleep Geekz
    3. thirdly, if you look closely at some of the photos, you’ll see that the upholstery is kind of lose giving rise to a hundred and one wrinkles all over the bed. None of these wrinkles will show when you put a mattress on it and cover it with a bed sheet/comforter; but I can’t stop wondering if rest of the workmanship is also this untidy!!

    I haven’t seen, touched or slept on this bed; but based on the above given points, I would stay away from it. I’d rather invest a few more hundred dollars on a well known brand of adjustable bed like this model.

    Hope it helped!


    • Hi Mika,

      Thanks for putting together all this great info! Looks like the Sven now has quite a few good reviews. How do you think it compares to the dm9000s? Thank you!


  19. I am looking at an entry to adjustable beds in king size and ran across Sven on Amazon. Any thoughts on this brand?

    Your blog is great.. chock full of great info on these new adjustables. Thanks for all you do to help us all get a good nights rest!



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