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February 20, 2010



You must not of slept well in High School, 'cause I never noticed the blonde curls. ;)


Our mattress is ten years old and the thought of having to deal with mattress store people keeps me from wanting to replace it.


Did you really say "boink?" :)

Well...my daughter may be reading this...don't wanna drop the f-bomb. (-;

Chris V

Hi, my name is Chris and I work with Select Comfort as part of their Online Customer Care team. Your blog came to my attention and I wanted to thank you for considering the Sleep Number Bed while you were shopping for your mattress. I hope the mattress you purchased was everything you wanted it to be! If we can answer any questions for you in the future, please don't hesitate to contact our Customer Service team at [I don't think so] or by email at [likewise; this isn't a commercial site].

PS - Your question regarding the weight capacity of an air bed is a valid concern. For your information, the Sleep Number bed has been tested to withstand at least 1,000 lbs.

Sleep well,

Chris V

Chris--thanks for the note. The beds were comfy but in the end weren't quite right for us. I know plenty of people who swear by them, which is why we went in the first place. And 1000 lbs capacity would have been more than enough, we're not that fat...yet. LOL --C.

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