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Tempur pedic or sleep number? You guys' thoughts and experiences?

Hey guys. OK, we are looking to upgrade our tired old mattress. Since mattress firm and sleep number are both offering discounts and 0 percent financing this weekend(36 months for SN, AND 60 months for tempur pedic), we thought it would be a good time to pull the trigger.

We both prefer a softer bed, wife softer than me. Both are mainly side sleepers. We both like a cooler bed. We keep the house at 68 when we sleep, 69 when we are there in evening and weekends, and 73 when we arent in the spring/summer... Winter we never go above 67....ever. Also, we have both went to the SN store and got our numbers, so we know their function and how they feel.

The beds we are looking at are the TP cloud elite( or other cloud series) and the SN i8 bed


Thanks for the responses guys!! This is a pricey buy....so we only wanna do it once.....

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I love my sleep number bed. Worst part about a sleep number is when you go to hotels you will never sleep the same, lol. I vote for sleep number.

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If you like cooler, stay away from memory foam mattresses. Mine seems to hold in the heat, but it's really comfy. It's an off brand...no clue what it is.
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My fiancÚ and I have a tempur-pedic cloud and we couldn't be happier with it. It's about 3 years old and still feels new. I am very satisfied with the quality of it. I haven't noticed it being any hotter than any other bed I have had previously. I'd buy another tomorrow.
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SN gets my vote. I love that bed, it is pricey but worth it IMHO. Some people online said that the pumps in the bed are very noisy, but I can't tell when mine is running other than obviously seeing the bed move.

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Tempur pedic for Me
I was looking at the same choices your faced with

I almost went with a sleep number as I had a friend who loved his

but decided on a Temper and I was glad I did not to mention My buddy fell out of love with his sleep number when He started having issues and started calling it an overpriced air mattress

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Thanks guys!!! We went with the tempur pedic cloud luxe....wow that bed is crazy nice!! Our dogs sleep with us and we thought about that creating a problem with the sleep number bed, and throwing our number off....

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Good to hear you found the bed that was right for you

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Oh it was 4g's...I'll be enjoying it for a looooooong time.....I wanna "break in" that thing right!!!! Too bad the wife has her every 3 month friend visiting.....lol

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