This Classic Brands frame is designed to simulate weightlessness in the comfort of your own bed. The head of the base can elevate as high as 65 degrees, and the legs can elevate up to 50 degrees. The high elevation relieves pressure while also making your bed the most comfortable and cozy it’s ever been!
In addition to elevating certain parts of the body, the base also has a three-speed dual head and foot massage function that will promote relaxation and tranquility. The elevation and massage features are operated with a wireless remote. The remote is loaded with presets, but you can also program in your own settings!
The base of the bed has two USB ports that will come in handy if you need to plug in your cell phone or tablet but the charger cable is too short to reach an outlet.
Zinus’s heavy-duty steel frame moves so quietly even the lightest sleepers will not stir. The frame is controlled by a remote that clips directly to the base. While unfortunately not wireless, this remote is perfect for forgetful folks since they’ll never have to worry about losing it!
The head and feet of the base incline and decline independently of each other. The remote does not come pre-programmed, so you’ll be able to find what works best for you without being confined by pre-set modes.
This frame works with low or medium profile memory foam mattresses.
Lucid’s base is powered by a wireless remote with a handy flashlight for extra visibility.
The head of the bed can incline up to 60 degrees and the feet can elevate up to 45. There’s a dual USB port on each side near the head of the bed, which makes getting charged and staying charged easy breezy. The double USB ports will prove to be especially helpful for folks who are in bed for long periods of time and need to keep electronics alive.
Similar to other models, you can program your remote as you wish.
This Blissful Nights base is upholstered with a durable grey fabric that looks timeless yet subtle.
The head can be raised up to 65 degrees whereas the legs can be raised up to 35 degrees. The remote is wireless and totally user-friendly. It has five buttons in all, and each button is clearly labeled so you know what its intended purpose is.
The legs of the base can adjust to either 6, 9, or 12 inches tall, so you have options for how to set up the height of the bed based on your personal needs!
iDealBed’s base is stocked with upscale bonus features and intuitive settings. If you’re on the market for the most luxurious bed available, this iDealBed base will be a dream come true for you.
Part of the bed base’s magic is in its remote. Not only is it wireless and backlit, but it also has 18 buttons and three preset positions, including zero-gravity. The three presets will do the trick for people who want to feel comfortable but aren’t sure of the position that will work and feel best.
In addition to user-friendly controls, there’s also a full-body massager with three levels of intensity, four modes, and two timers. It really doesn’t get any fancier than a full-body massage in the comfort of your own bed, does it?
Perhaps best of all, if you’re sleeping with a snorer, you don’t need to wake them any longer—just turn on the convenient snore preset and voila! You are both getting the good night’s rest you deserve.
This bed frame is a good middle-ground option that will save you money without having to compromise on quality.
The head of this base elevates 65 degrees, whereas the feet of the base rise 50 degrees. This base can be used with or without a bed frame, so you have options as to how to set up the base for style and efficiency.
The base is controlled by a wireless remote with six easy-to-use buttons.
Before clicking that “Buy Now” button, consider the following.
Choosing an adjustable bed is the first step of a few to a good night’s sleep. The next step is having the right mattress. Some adjustable bed manufacturers also make mattresses, but you might want to source your mattress elsewhere to ensure you get exactly what you need.
Though each adjustable bed will have different mattress requirements, for the most part, there are a few mattress types that are a safe bet. Latex and memory foam mattresses are best suited for adjustable bed frames because they are flexible, moldable, and move without much—if any—resistance. Innerspring and air beds also work just fine in some cases.
Before investing in an adjustable bed, we suggest doing your research on mattress requirements well ahead of time. The last thing you want is to buy a pricey adjustable bed without realizing you’ll need to buy a pricey mattress, too!
Because of the motor and stainless steel construction of the bed, the weight of each of these products should not be understated. At the very least, even for mattresses as small as Twin XL, these bed frames weigh well over 50 pounds.
You will need help with assembling your adjustable bed. If you are assembling this with a loved one, take note of the weight in advance and make sure the two of you will be able to do it together. If not, enlist the help of a friend, neighbor, or family member.
Though wonderful, adjustable beds do require some heavy lifting and assembly, and it’s best to be prepared for that in advance.
A retaining bar at the base of the bed is an absolute must. This bar is essential to the success of the bed. Without it, every time you try to elevate the bed, the mattress is at risk of moving or even sliding off the bed.
As you move forward with the selection process, make sure the adjustable bed you have your eye on has a retaining bar that will hold your mattress in place safely as the base moves and elevates.