Tempur-Pedic’s GrandBed will run you $8500 without tax for a California King. Staying in business for them is about attracting people who understand the price of comfort. Tempur-Pedic has a reputation for helping with back and neck pain as well as for those with restless partners. Their famous commercial features a girl bouncing up and down on a bed while a glass of wine stays upright not more than a few inches away. No transfer of motion means more sleep for couples.
Tempur-Pedic seems better suited for older people. Bizarrely, a substance that doesn’t spring back quickly but rather remains compressed makes me feel frustrated. However, when someone with chronic back pain sees a difference from a memory foam mattress, then there’s very little limit to what someone will pay to rid themselves of the pain. The company still hold contracts with hospitals to help those who are bed-ridden.
Another thing to set them apart is that they showcased their flexible bed bases. Their foam is obviously able to conform to individual’s bodies and therefore able to conform to anything else. Adjusting to whichever way feels the most comfortable is certainly attractive for lumbar support. They also offer some attractive features like a cooling material for those who become overheated at night, as well as material that is said to hinder dust mites. How this might happen still seems unclear from their website, but still a great way to market for those concerned about the longevity of their expensive mattress.
They offer a 90 day trial, and a 10-year warranty. They sell sheets too, and they offer a limited warrant on sheets for a year. Thought that was kind of classy as I’ve never seen a warranty on something routinely subjected to bodily fluids on a daily basis. Also, their prices include free delivery, set-up and removal of your old bed.