Introducing The Falcon Adjustable Base

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Leggett & Platt focus on creating the ultimate environment for you to be able to rest your body from head to toe and wake up relaxed and rejuvenated. Realizing that a bed is the centerpiece of any bedroom Leggett & Platt did not compromise on anything when they released the Falcon adjustable base.

With a max weight limit of 800lbs most people would assume that they would have to dig deep into their pockets to be able to afford such a base. That is not the case with the Leggett & Platt Falcon base. With one of the highest weight capacities on the market it is shockingly low priced for the features that it provides.

It is standard for an adjustable base to raise the head rest. With the Falcon not only does the head rest go up, the foot rest does as well. This option can be accessed simultaneously from the wireless remote, another feature that you do not usually find at this price point.

MicroHook technology, that is currently exclusive to Leggett & Platt, keeps the mattress in place no matter how you decide to shift it around. This is done by two velcro-like strips that are on the base. This makes changing the sheets as easy as a non-adjustable mattress. If a bed skirt is more of your preference an included retention bar comes with the base. Something that most people would assume is going to be an extra cost, Leggett & Platt includes for free.

The Falcon is all wrapped up in a nice, neutral grey furniture grade upholstery making it blend in with almost any color scheme or design. The ultra-quiet motor keeps the new addition to your household a quiet one that doesn’t announce to the whole home that the bed is being adjusted.

Leggett & Platt made a point to keep the consumer in mind when they were designing the Falcon adjustable base. They have tried to give you everything you would want from a high-end base at a price that you can sleep with at night.

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