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Duxiana 8888 Bed Reviews

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Duxiana 8888 Bed

Each Duxiana mattress is hand crafted in Sweden and possesses highly unique features exclusively to Duxiana beds. The Duxiana 8888 has four times more coils than most other luxury beds on the market. Duxiana reviews mention the company reports the mattresses are made from high quality Swedish steel. Because of the specially designed coils, Duxiana mattresses easily conform to body shapes and sizes.

The Duxiana 8888 has a one-of-a-kind mechanical system. It uses a crank, which is located at the foot of the bed, to adjust the level of back and shoulder support to meet your bodyís needs. Many Duxiana bed reviews state the mechanical system allows users to adjust the mattress height by up to 1 1/2 inches. Duxiana designs the mechanical system to ensure personalized support for the lower back.

The Duxiana Pascal System, which is a series of spring units, allows users to customize each side of the bed to support varied body contours. It also has interchangeable spring cassettes. In addition to the Pascal System and its advanced spring technology, each Duxiana mattress allows users to choose from a variety of settings.

Aside from the Pascal System and the advanced spring technology, many Duxiana reviews discuss the more advanced features of Duxiana beds. The Duxiana 8888 Bed has an unfastened top-pad that complements the contouring nature of the bed. Users can repalce the top pad, sparing them from having to replace the entire bed. Moreover, Duxiana beds are free of any harmful substances and repel the invasion of bed bugs and dust mites. This claim, which is made in numerous Duxiana bed reviews, is confirmed by the Oeko-Tex Standard Certificate. Only products that meet human-ecological requirements receive this prestigious certificate.

Consumers choose from three Duxiana beds support layers: the tufted Xtandard, xupport, and Duxense top pads. The durability and resilience of the Duxiana mattress should provide users with support for years to come.

Duxiana considers the 8888 to be an Ultra Plush mattress. If you are interested in a slightly firmer firm bed, we suggest you check out the Tempurpedic Deluxebed. Click here for helpful tips on choosing the right mattress.

  • Mattress and Bed Set Model Name

    Duxiana 8888 Bed

  • Price Category


  • Listed Manufacturer


  • Location

    Comfort Solutions 7501 S. Quincy St Suite 130 Westbrook, IL 60527

  • Bed Classification


  • Level of Firmness

    Ultra Plush

  • Inner Bed Composition

    Multiple layers of spring and areas of spring

  • Mattress Edge Support

    none listed

  • Mattress Cover Composition

    Duxiana breathable latex

  • Total Mattress Height

    17.25 inches including foundation

  • Bed Foundation

    Custom Duxiana box spring base with adjustable lumbar

  • Special Features

    Xupport pad replaceable separately, lumbar adjustments

  • Sleep Trial


  • Bed Warranty

    None Listed

  • Manufactured In


  • Restrictions


  • Website


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