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Old 07-04-2009, 05:51 PM #6 (permalink)
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We recently got me a tempure pedic bed that is the "ergo " style (the head and knees will elevate like a hospital bed) Its a queen size, unfortunately it was $$$ however, it is super comfortable. I spent a lot of time at the mattress store, laying on various softness's trying to find which one I could turn over in best before choosing this one.

Funny story, today, the bedroom had this vibration sound, and the floor was vibrating. I thought it was coming from downstairs in the laundry room and kept sending my family down to check the dehumidifier running in there. There was no denying the vibration, and it sounded louder in some areas of the room than others. Finally I sat down on the foot of the bed, and even the bed was vibrating. ~ Which was when it hit me that the bed was vibrating! That was it! The bed comes with a remote control, and it has a vibrate function too (which I'd not really investigated) My purse was laying on the dresser ON THE REMOTE and had activated it.
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