Leggett & Platt Adjustable Beds

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Leggett & Platt has released all new adjustable beds. They have taken customer opinions and made some of their previous models and made them better. Each individual base has perks. Find out about some of the great new features on all of the Leggett & Platt adjustable beds.

 

Micro-Hook Retention System

The micro-hook retention system is now available on all of the bases. The micro-hook retention system consists of two strips of Velcro-like material that run across the width of the bed. The Velcro-like material will hold the mattress in place when the bed is in motion. This allows you to no longer use the retainer bar, that is commonly found on many adjustable bases. The retainer bar is still included. If you decided to use a bed skirt, the micro-hook retention system wouldn’t work.

Weight Capacity

Another feature that you will find across all of the new adjustable beds is the increased weight limit. The lift capacity on split kings is 850lbs. Many other adjustable beds only go up to 700-800lbs. The weight limit might not seem like such a big deal, but when you take into consideration the kids and animals jumping on the bed with your, it can add up. Now with the increased weight capacity, you will not have to worry about the lift capacity being an issue.

Articulation

The final features that has been spread across all of the new mattresses is head and foot articulation. Articulation is going to allow you to move the bed into a position that you find most ideal for sleeping, reading or watching television. The Bas-X 2.0 only has head articulation. Other sizes vary, but all of the beds come in Twin XL, Queen and Split King. If you are looking for a different size, check out the individual base.

There are other features that have been included on all of the new and revised bases. We will save those details for posts on the individual beds.

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