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Got a new new bed to hope in. 8)

 

I purchased a Leesa full, it has the same 100 days policy and 10 year warranty with using a code for $100 off. $690 for a full mattress with shipping. It seems to be competing with the Casper.

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I put off buying my new mattress until after the holidays.  I guess it is good since I don't need a king size bed anymore (I did already buy a king sized frame already though).  Now I am wondering if it is worth getting a full size instead of queen when I get around to it.  I do have a lot of queen size sheets though.  Damn, I wish I had a new bed. 

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Queen is the minimum even though you're not a large person. Full size is not an adult option.

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I would rather have paid the $100 extra for the queen myself, it just would not fit my bedroom and frame I already have and I'm cheap enough currently to just deal with that. I will upgrade to the queen as soon as possible when I find a new living arrangement.

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Here's another. As long as the room proportionally supports it the only question is King or Cal King.

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California King is really what I need but I fucked up both times and got the regular.

^^^This! :palm:

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I only have a queen, as that is what my bedroom in Hoboken could support without completely blocking the hallway leading to the living room.  If I was to buy again, I'd go king or california king, but not worth changing now.

 

Ooh, San Francisco king looks nice!

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We have a California king which provides plenty of room even though I am forced to spend many a night on the couch due to my "inappropriate acerbic humor". 

 

There are many  more sheet and duvet options for king and California king, never heard of the San Francisco King.

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Went and tried a Casper today in their ridiculous LA showroom. It was pretty nice, but Jackie was not impressed.

 

We went to a Sit and Sleep, and I walked in there pretty hostile, based on what I know about mattress salespeeps. Tried an Aireloom and was intrigued, then got on a Tempur-pedic Contour Rhapsody Breeze...

 

Probably pulling the trigger on the Tempur-pedic tomorrow. Jackie thinks it's a little "goopy," but I love the support.

 

And the cooling layer is cooling.

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