Adjustable beds have been around for many years, but in the past they had the stigmatism that associated them as hospital beds or for the elderly only. While they still can be hospital style beds, today's much more modern adjustable beds appeal to the much younger generations through newer technology that not only makes them more visually appealing (most look just like normal beds now), but also have features such as massage and zero gravity that make it useful for everything from Acid Reflux and back conditions to those that just want to sit-up in bed and watch T.V. or read a book.
The adjustable beds we have reviewed will each have unique features that you can read about in the summary or scroll down a bit further to the table where we list all the specifications that easily allow you to better understand the important features of each adjustable bed. You can even add them to your comparison page, where you can compare each individual model to one another in the comparison chart format. Be sure to check and see if any of these have been reviewed by a real customer who has had a chance to try it out and give it a rating according to whether the bed met all of their expectations.
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Below are the Adjustable Beds that have been reviewed so far. You can sort these by bed name, classification, motor, price and star ratings.