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I have a queen "Love bed" from Nest Bedding that I got over a year ago.
https://www.nestbedding.com

My wife and I have really liked it so far, and the company has a showroom in NYC with a 100 night free trial. Quality is good, and the love bed is known for having some bounce and they have a higher end model called the Alexander.

I went through the whole exhaustive process of researching reviews and forums and I ended up liking Nest the best. My second choice would of have been the Leesa.

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Did lots of research on mattressundeground.com. bought a latex mattress bed from Brooklyn Bedding. I hate sleeping away from home. Best bed ever.

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Timely topic, as I have been considering a Sleep Number bed, and also looking at Casper. Would love to hear from others that may have first hand experience with these, or similar, brands.



If you're considering Sleep Number, consider Personal Comfort
https://www.personalcomfortbed.com/
Significiantly less expesnsive, but the quality is as good. We've had ours for a year now and we are very happy. And it was easy to assemble. It took me more time to take apart my old queen size bed then it took me to assemble the new frame and mattress.
The biggest thing they lack is the chain of national show rooms.

One note, ignore the sales hype on their webpage. The sale never really ends.

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We purchased one out of necessity. We wanted a king size bed however it would have been impossible to get a traditional mattress up to the second floor of my brownstone due to the tight turns etc.

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I am very dubious of those bed in a box mattresses. We did a ton of research back in 2013 and found this company in Fanwood that manufactures the old school way. Well built and comfortable 4 years in with our mattress.

https://www.yelp.com/biz/shovlin-mattress-factory-fanwood

They are a family owned company and don't do promotions. Very knowledgeable group...

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I'd had done my research and the most complaint /concern from consumers and professional reviewers was that some of the other brands had a chemical oddor. Leesa was rated best at the time. In addition, I recall you can select your firmness level with Leesa and, at least at that time, that was not an option on many other brands. This may have changed since but as I mentioned, both my wife and I have been extremely happy and sleep soundly every night. Honestly, I'll never buy a normal mattress again. My kids can literally be jumping on my bed next to me and I would not feel the movement. Anyway, good luck and hope this helped.

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https://www.bearmattress.com/products/ ... OTbqfXLltYCFQ9XDQod9WkJOA
They are located at 720 Monroe St. in Hoboken. 5th floor enter on the 8th St. side elevator to their door.
At least you can try the mattress out so it is not sight unseen.

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Timely topic, as I have been considering a Sleep Number bed, and also looking at Casper. Would love to hear from others that may have first hand experience with these, or similar, brands.

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I'm not sure what these are. But, what do you do when you move? Do they deflate or fold up nicely?

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I purchased 3 Caspers for company apartments I manage. I absolutely love them and our employees staying there have been thrilled.

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Thanks. What made you choose Leesa over the others?

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We purchased a king size Leesa 1.5 yrs. ago and have been extremely happy.

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So many to choose from.

Tuft and Needle, Purple, Leesa, Casper, etc.,etc.

Any opinions?

I'm aware of the online mattress review sites, not sure of their impartiality.

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