Flexabed – Your Luxury At-Home Alternative

Flexabed – Your Luxury At-Home Alternative

In most situations, a hospital bed isn’t necessary, but the features they provide sure would be nice. A Flexabed Hi-Lo adjustable bed is a luxury alternative to a hospital bed and may help improve comfort and relieve pain for you or your loved one. These beds could also provide multiple lifestyle benefits that could help improve your or your partner’s sleep.

A Better Solution Than Earplugs

Do you or your partner snore? It can be embarrassing for the snorer and infuriating for the partner. It even drives some couples to sleep apart for the sake of shut-eye. A big benefit to an adjustable bed is that it could help reduce snoring, all you have to do is elevate the position of the snorer’s head slightly. Snoring is caused by tongue and soft tissues narrowing airways, which easily happens when sleeping flat on a bed. Elevating the head enables air to flow more freely.

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Be More Comfortable Before Bed

If you enjoy watching TV before bed or reading a book while your partner sleeps in, you can do activities like these with ease on a Flexabed adjustable bed. Easily adjust the position of the bed to raise your head and see the television, and maybe also bring your feet up a little to reduce back pressure while you’re at it. No more straining your neck or shoulders when trying to relax, and no more strategically placed pillows.

Massages On-Demand

One luxury feature that a Flexabed offers that a hospital bed lacks is our optional massage add-ons. Recline in your adjustable bed and enjoy a massage while you unwind. Control the intensity of the massage with your remote control and feel your body loosen up after a long day at work. For split bases, couples have the benefit of personalized relaxation and massage options.

Some GERD News

If you or your partner has Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), a Flexabed Hi-Lo bed could be a good way to get a better night’s sleep. By sleeping with your head and body partially elevated, gravity will help keep your stomach down (literally) and could prevent heartburn. Or, if you regularly have swollen legs or feet, an adjustable base can adjust your position so your legs are slightly elevated.

Flexabed: Luxury Alternatives to a Hospital Bed

An adjustable bed could drastically change the way you sleep. If you’re looking for the best night of sleep possible, a Flexabed just might help you find it. To learn more, call us at (800) 648-1256 or send a message through the contact form on our site with any questions or concerns.

Flexabed, A Hospital Bed Alternative for Your Home

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A hospital bed for the home could help you or a loved one get the most regenerative rest possible after an injury or in-patient stay. If you’re adapting to mobility limitations, an adjustable bed might help you enjoy improved health and increased independence.

Provide safety for yourself or a loved one.

Flexabeds are home hospital beds that, unlike traditional beds, are designed to be compatible with other health care devices. Our beds make transferring to a wheelchair, reaching a bedside table, or getting to your mobility aid safer and more secure. Safety features like half-rails or full-rails can also be installed. These features lower the risk of falls and the complications they bring!

How does a hospital bed for the home help?

Not only could a hospital bed provide more safety than a traditional bed, but it also makes it easier to get in and out of bed too. Hospital beds have wheels so the bed can be moved to any area of the home. They also feature locks to make them stationary when they’ve reached their destination.

What are other differences from traditional beds?

Hospital beds for the home are equipped with unique hospital-grade mattresses that reduce the risk of pressure sores and ulcers. Their adjustability makes them more appropriate than a traditional bed, providing comfort and support while giving caregivers more options for delivering quality care.

Maximize your recovery with a hospital bed for home.

Sound sleep improves intellectual function, alertness, and mood. During a complete sleep cycle, your sleeping brain recovers from the stresses of daily life. Proper sleep contributes to feeling more attentive and upbeat while combating medical challenges. Explore our Flexabed accessories in order to make your hospital bed for the home best suit your specific needs.

Flexabed– Perfect Beds for the Elderly at Home

So what’s in a bed? A lot, actually. Your bed is your haven. A place where you rest at night, nap when you need it, recuperate from illness or injury, or recover from surgery. At Flexabed, we believe that your bed should be perfectly suited for you, tailored to meet your unique sleep needs, and ultimately improve your quality of life.

We also understand that as we age, our needs evolve. We may not get around as easily as we once did, or it may be difficult to get into and out of a bed that is stationary. That’s where our Flexabed Hi Low SL comes in, serving up all the best features that make it the ideal bed for the elderly at home.

If you’re in a position to require a hospital bed at home, or you have a loved one who is, you’re likely looking for the best possible option– one that will be comfortable, adjustable, accessible, and easy to use. Our Hi Low SL bed is a perfect choice for older sleepers, people with mobility issues, and really just anyone who appreciates customization and convenience. This bed is teeming with features that render it the ideal luxury alternative to a hospital bed for home.

A Little More about the Hi Low SL

Whether the bed is for you or for a loved one, comfort is paramount. With the Hi Low SL, as with our other Flexabed models, you can select the mattress option that makes most sense for you and your preferences. Also, the Hi Low SL is our adjustable bed that offers the most support for those with mobility issues. The base lowers down to the ground to an impressive degree, with just the simple push of a button, and when paired with a low-profile mattress, can get as low as just 16.5” from the ground. This means that getting into and out of bed is easier than ever before.

Flexabed– Perfect Beds for the Elderly at Home

Hi Low SL Features:

  • As mentioned, the simple touch of a button raises and lowers the bed base vertically for incredible accessibility.
  • You can sleep next to your loved one, even if you have different sleep needs, with the split king option.
  • A luxury alternative to hospital beds for home, it’s the ideal bed for those in home health care or assisted living environments.
  • Various mattress options are available to meet differing sleep needs.
  • A Limited Lifetime Warranty ensures the product’s value.

The Comfort They Deserve

For those in hospice care, or receiving care at home, for those who don’t get around as easily as they once did, for those who can benefit from the features of adjustable beds, check out the Flexabed Hi Low SL. This fully customizable, incredibly comfortable bed offers a caliber of accessibility unmatched, and it has the power to both change the way you sleep and the way you live. When it comes to beds for the elderly at home, it doesn’t get better than this.

Control your remote control bed with simple controls

We live in a time in which essentially everything can be automated, from programmable thermostats to smart lights to everything in between. Every household appliance can be as feature rich as you like. Robotic vacuum cleaners can keep floors tidy on a timer. So why is your bed still stationary and disenchanting? We’ve got 5 reasons why life is better with a remote control bed, and if you don’t have one already, we bet you’ll be shopping for them by the time you’ve finished reading this blog.

1– Comfort

When it comes to sleep, comfort matters. If you constantly toss and turn at night, and struggle to get into a comfortable position, that means you’re also missing out on quality sleep time in the process. When you have a remote control bed that is adjustable, you can tweak the settings to help you achieve the most comfortable positions whenever you need to, with the simple press of a button.

2– Convenience

Remote control beds are also incredibly convenient. Say you want to elevate your tired feet for a while– there’s a button for that! Perhaps you’d like to elevate your head so you can read for a while, or enjoy a movie before bed? You guessed it. There’s a button for that. It’s just so easy.

3– Improved Sleep

Many people with adjustable remote control beds also find that they are able to get better sleep in them than in their old, stationary counterparts. Some may find that they can alleviate snoring, or back pain, or even acid reflux by finding the right positions for sleep in their adjustable beds. Being able to achieve comfortable sleep positions can go a long way when it comes to getting the best rest you possibly can each night when you turn in.

With a remote control bed, you'll be sleeping in the lap of luxury

4– Usefulness

When you can easily configure the position and shape of your bed with a remote control, that bed actually becomes a lot more useful to you. You can sit up, you can lie down flat, you can try different combinations of adjustments, and you can do it all so simply. Your bed can double as an ultra-comfortable reading chair, a space to play board games with loved ones, a make-shift movie theater, and so much more.

5– Luxury

Rest is so important, and ultimately we all deserve access to rejuvenating restful sleep. A remote control bed is a luxury we at Flexabed think everyone should have, because what could be more important than healthy sleep? Having a luxurious, custom adjustable bed at home can also transform the way you think about bedtime. Perhaps having the right remote control bed will make it easier to prioritize the caliber of sleep your body needs and deserves to get every night? This may seem like a luxury, but it’s also incredibly necessary.

So, are you convinced yet? If you’re in the market for a new, cozy, custom, comfortable-as-can-be remote control bed, look no further than Flexabed. We manufacture a full line of mattresses, adjustable bed bases, and many accessories ready to be leveraged for your best sleep ever. Why not start now?

Comfort Made Easy in our Full Adjustable Beds

After more than a half century in business, Flexabed has become known for designing and manufacturing full adjustable beds that take comfort, customization, and accessibility to new levels. At Flexabed, we believe in the power of great sleep, and we want great sleep to be something that everyone can achieve at home. No matter what your sleep needs and preferences are, we’re confident they can be achieved in our premium, full adjustable beds.

Comfort

Harnessing the power of restful sleep starts with finding your personal comfort. When your bed is comfortable and tailored to your personal preferences, you’ll likely be able to fall asleep faster, wake up less throughout the night, and rise feeling refreshed and ready for the day. Flexabed makes comfort a priority through our line of products, and offers not only various models of full adjustable bed frames, but also a variety of mattress types so you can select the one that most meets your needs. Learn more about our mattress types to see which one might be best for you or your loved one.

Customization

At Flexabed, we make finding the right bed simple. Not only do we have a slew of adjustable bed options to choose from, but also we offer many areas of customization so you can custom build the bed that is your ideal match. Add accessories such as side rails and rail covers, under bed lighting, speakers and more, to turn your bed into exactly what you need.

Accessibility

Comfort is paramount when it comes to bedding, but so is accessibility. For some, particularly those with limited mobility due to age or injuries, getting into and out of bed can be a struggle. Flexabed has developed a line of products that beautifully addresses this issue. Our Hi-Low SL adjustable bed specifically is a great option for sleepers with mobility issues as it’s base can be easily raised and lowered with the simple push of a button. This bed is actually a luxury alternative to hospital beds for home for hospice patients, but also makes a great option for literally anyone who could use a little help accessing their bed.

Comfort Made Easy in our Full Adjustable Beds

Warranty

Most of our full adjustable beds feature a lifetime limited warranty as well, which means you can rest assured that your sleep investment is protected.

More than a Bed

At Flexabed, we believe that your bed should be a haven. Your bed is not only a place where you get your eight hours each night, but it’s also where you hang out with your dog, snuggle your grandchildren, nestle in with a great novel, recover from illness, and spend a record amount of your time. So why not make sure your bed is the best of the best? Because you deserve that. Learn more about our line of full adjustable beds today!

Honor Your Resolutions in a Flexabed

If your new year’s resolution this year is to prioritize great sleep, our team at Flexabed is in full support. It’s no secret that healthy, restful sleep provides a whole host of both physical and mental benefits, and truthfully, getting great sleep can unlock success in a lot of other popular resolutions as well. Popular new year’s resolutions such as losing weight, improving fitness, running a marathon, or being more successful at work, are made all the more possible by consistent, rejuvenating sleep.
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Achieve it in a Flexabed

When you’ve homed in on your resolution to prioritize getting better sleep, how will you go about accomplishing the task? We’ve got a few ideas that may help you in your goal, and the first one is– get the right bed. It’s important when establishing resolutions and personal goals that you do everything you can on the forefront to set yourself up for success. If you’re sleeping on an old mattress that needs to be replaced, odds are, you won’t be as apt to get that great rest you seek. That likely means it’s time to upgrade!

At Flexabed, our customizable adjustable beds have been providing sleep solutions for our customers for more than a half century. We know we make an incredible product, and we’re confident in its ability to elevate the caliber of sleep our customers are able to unlock for themselves each night. The customized comfort and easy-to-use controls of a Flexabed allow you to find your most comfortable sleep position and hopefully fall asleep faster, achieve critical REM sleep, and wake up less times throughout the night.

The Benefits of Adjustable Beds

Everyone is different and everyone has different sleep needs and preferences. That’s why Flexabed provides such flexibility to help sleepers access their perfect sleep positions. But in addition to making personal comfort more achievable, there are other potential benefits of adjustable beds that may also aid in one’s ability to get great, restful sleep at night. It’s possible for adjustable beds to help with issues like snoring, acid reflux, and even back pain– all of which can serve as hindrances to sound sleep. The fact of the matter is, in some cases, just the simplest of adjustments can make all the difference, and have you sleeping better in no time.

The Joy of Sleep

There’s no denying that we are much more likely as humans to do things we enjoy doing. For that reason, perhaps it’s time for you to put the joy back in sleeping by purchasing a bed you really love. Updating your bedroom with a new sleep set up can also serve to inspire you to prioritize sleep more. When your room, and more specifically your bed, is a place you look forward to spending time, you’ll be more likely to turn in early at night, and make the time and space you need in your schedule to get the best possible sleep. If you’re ready to explore the benefits of adjustable beds while also resolving to get better sleep, make it all happen in a Flexabed! Check out our line of adjustable beds and our various mattress options to figure out what makes most sense for you. Here’s to making and keeping resolutions, and sleeping like babies.

Sleep Deprivation Horror Stories

Sleep Deprivation Horror Stories– Sleep So Bad It’s SCARY

You tossed and turned all night long. You twisted and writhed under the covers trying your best to get comfortable. You obsessively checked the glowing numbers on the clock, and your mounting dread for the following day threatened to eat you alive. We’ve all got sleep deprivation horror stories, and we all know what happens when we fail to get the sleep we need to function. Defeated, you drag yourself from bed at the rude blaring of your alarm, and you proceed to zombie your way through your daily tasks.

We’ve all been there. The effects of even just one night of minimal, poor quality sleep are glaring. You may feel drowsy during the day, lack energy, experience slowed thinking, and even have an irritable mood that affects your interactions with loved ones or coworkers. Sleep deprivation is no joke, and according to the American Sleep Apnea Association, an estimated 50 to 70 million Americans of all ages and socioeconomic classes are affected by sleep-related problems, such as sleep deprivation.

What is Sleep Deprivation?

Sleep deprivation simply means getting less than the necessary amount of sleep, which for adults, ranges from seven to nine hours per night. That said, when it comes to great restful sleep, it’s not all about quantity. For that reason, the terms sleep deficiency or sleep insufficiency are often used to describe the factors that keep a person from waking up feeling rested and refreshed.

Sleep deprivation horror stories

Types of Sleep Deprivation

The sleep deprivation a person experiences can be broken down into different categories based on circumstances, primarily the duration of the person’s lack of sleep.

Acute Sleep Deprivation Acute sleep deprivation refers to a short period of time, generally a few days or less, during which a person experiences a significant reduction in the amount of sleep achieved.

Chronic Sleep Deprivation Also known as insufficient sleep syndrome, chronic sleep deprivation is defined as curtailed sleep persisting for three months or more.

Chronic Sleep Deficiency– This can describe ongoing sleep deprivation or insufficient sleep that occurs as a result of sleep fragmentation or other disruptions.

 

Sleep Deprivation Symptoms

The obvious signs of sleep deprivation include excessive sleepiness during the day, as well as reduced ability to concentrate, slowed thinking, and sometimes even mood changes. The lack of sleep can manifest itself through a variety of symptoms such as:

  • Slowed cognitive thinking
  • Reduced attention span
  • Lack of energy
  • Worsened ability to remember things
  • Poor or risky decision making
  • Feelings of stress, anxiety, or irritability

Symptoms are affected by the extent and duration of a person’s experience with sleep deprivation, and their consequences can be serious.

Chronic sleep deprivation can contribute to various health issues, as healthy sleep plays a vital role in the functioning of essentially all systems within the human body. Studies suggest that sleep deprivation can potentially contribute to issues like:

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Obesity
  • Hormonal abnormalities
  • Immunodeficiency
  • Mental health disorders

Sufficient sleep is necessary for us to feel our best as we move throughout our days, and it’s also an imperative piece of the puzzle when it comes to achieving our greatest personal health. It’s important in terms of quality of life as well. In addition to having far-reaching effects on the person affected, sleep deprivation in general has a profound effect on society at large. For instance, according to the CDC, as many as 6,000 deaths each year are the result of drowsy drivers. Additionally, sleep deprivation has been estimated to contribute to hundreds of billions of dollars in added healthcare costs. Talk about scary!

If you’re experiencing sleep deprivation yourself, talk to your doctor. You may also consider upgrading your sleep set up with the perfect adjustable bed custom-tailored to your specific sleep needs. Find one today through Flexabed!

Sleep Soundly with These Ways to Wind Down Before Bed

You wouldn’t try to bake a cake without preheating the oven or jump into an intense workout without a warmup, so why go to bed without taking steps to adequately prepare yourself for restful, productive sleep? If you want to drift off to dreamland and get the most out of those (hopefully) eight blissful hours– try incorporating these ways to wind down before bed into your bedtime rituals.

Establish a Nightly Routine

Did you know that disruptions to your daily routine can affect the quality and duration of your sleep at night? What does getting ready for bed entail for you? Maybe you run through your skincare routine, read a little bit, or go through a guided meditation. Establishing a routine with patterns that help signal to the brain that it’s bedtime, can go a long way. Another great tip is to set a bedtime for yourself, and do your best to stick to it. We are creatures of habit, and our bodies respond well to healthy patterns we set for ourselves.

Really, the importance of a bedtime routine goes all the way back to childhood. Parents can attest that consistent bedtime routines have the power to relieve cranky infants, often helping children to fall asleep faster and wake up less often throughout the night.

Don’t Stare at the Clock

Believe it or not, obsessing about the time is not going to be a productive catalyst for great sleep. It’s best to turn your alarm clock away from you, or turn the brightness way down on your phone when you’re in bed, so you aren’t tempted to watch the time tick by.

Sleep Soundly with These Ways to Wind Down Before Bed

Focus on Your Breath

If you’re trying to get to sleep, but you’re feeling anxious or having a hard time relaxing, try some simple breathing exercises. Just a few minutes of slow, intentional breathing can work wonders for calming the mind and body. This is a great technique to employ in all sorts of scenarios, but can also be particularly helpful in winding down for bed. Ready to try it? Check out these simple breathing techniques for sleep.

Take a Warm Bath

Your body begins to produce melatonin in the evening to help prepare you for sleep. This is a part of the body’s hormonal changes that work with your sleep-wake cycle, and as the melatonin production begins, your core body temperature begins to drop. For this reason, sometimes mimicking a nighttime drop in body temp with a warm soak in the tub can trigger the brain’s message that signals it’s time for sleep. Baths are also notoriously relaxing, and an excellent way to unwind before bed.

Prep Your Bedroom

If you want to achieve restful and productive sleep, it helps to set yourself up for success. Prepare your bedroom to be the best possible environment for great sleep by removing clutter that can cause stress, keep it cool and dark, and ensure your bedding is comfortable and supportive.

Having the right setup is an imperative component of getting great sleep. Do you have the best possible bed and mattress combo for you? Great bedding? The right pillows? Check out our customizable adjustable beds by Flexabed if it’s time for an upgrade in that department.

These ways to wind down before bed can help you find a good nighttime rhythm that promotes better sleep on an ongoing basis. Figuring out a routine that works best for you, and tailoring it to your personal needs and preferences can make all the difference. We know once you get into the right bedtime habits, you’ll be so glad you did. Cheers to consistency, great sleep, and sweet dreams– especially in a Flexabed!

Sleep Health 101– The Importance of Sleep

Sleep, great sleep, is one of the best things we can do for our minds and bodies. That said, even though we understand the importance of sleep, actually achieving it isn’t always easy for everyone. In fact, if you’re an adult human, you’ve more than likely had at least the occasional night of tossing and turning while sleep evades you. For some folks, sleep disturbance is minor and rare, but for others it can be quite life altering. That said, learning about the basics of sleep, and some suggestions for how you might improve your sleep patterns is a good idea regardless of which end of the spectrum you’re on.

Understanding Sleep Stages

Sleep can be broken down into two main stages known as REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep and non-REM sleep. About 75-80% of our sleep is categorized as non-REM sleep, and is broken down into four additional stages called N1, N2, N3, and N4.

N1– This stage is characterized by very light sleep, and it typically serves as a bridge to the deeper sleep stages that should follow.

N2– Deeper than N1, this sleep stage is harder to wake from, and makes up about 40 to 50% of a night’s sleep in healthy adults.

N3 and N4– This is the sleep stage in which sleep is the deepest, and is thought to be the stage in which the body restores and rebuilds itself.

Then there is REM sleep, which is characterized by rapid eye movements and the stage in which most dreaming occurs. The heart rate and breathing become less regular, and there is also increased blood flow to the brain. Also interesting fact, our bodies go into a sort of state of relative paralysis which prevents us from trying to physically act out our dreams as they occur. We may also notice during this stage of sleep that our faces, fingers, and legs twitch from time to time, which is totally normal.

The Adult Sleep Cycle

When it comes to adults and healthy sleep, the non-REM and REM sleep stages occur in consistent cycles that are predictable and even. Sleep generally begins with non-REM sleep in which our bodies transition from wakefulness to the N1 stage outlined above. This generally takes 30 minutes or less. Then we pass through a longer period of N2 stage sleep, then into stage N3. Generally about 70 to 90 minutes into sleep is when the first REM sleep period occurs. Then for the rest of the night, REM sleep alternates between the various stages of non-REM sleep, usually in approximately 90 minute cycles.

The positive thing to take away from this is that even folks who have trouble sleeping can still get access to the most restorative stage of sleep. The deepest sleep, N3, typically occurs early in the sleep cycle, so even if you are getting less sleep than is ideal, you are still able to tap into that beneficial stage in which your body recoups.

The Importance of Sleep

Sleep Health 101– The Importance of Sleep

We all know that sleep is vital to our health, but when it comes to the importance of sleep, have we really taken time to delve into the whys? Good sleep supports our brains. Sleep boosts our ability to learn, memorize things, and make logical choices in our everyday lives. It also helps to recalibrate the emotional brain circuits which are crucial to helping us navigate and manage future social and psychological scenarios with the necessary composure.

Sleep is also critical for repairing our immune systems, which in turn helps us ward off sickness and infection. Sleep helps regulate appetite, control body weight, lowers blood pressure, and even impacts cardiovascular health.

So now that we better understand sleep cycles, REM sleep, and why this restorative act is so vital to our wellbeing, what do we do with that? Prioritize great sleep. Set a goal to sleep well and get enough sleep each night. And in the meantime, try these tips for falling asleep faster to make the most of those nighttime hours. It’s also important to invest in the best as far as bedding goes. Is it time to upgrade your sleep set up? Check out our full line of custom Flexabed adjustable beds, and start sleeping better now.

Hi Low Beds

It’s 2022, friends, so if you’re still sleeping on an old, generic mattress that isn’t custom tailored to your own personal sleep needs and preferences…well, you’re missing out. Our team at Flexabed has devoted 50+ years to the development and production of quality adjustable beds that promote incredible sleep, comfort, and ease of care for those who need it. It isn’t hard to see why this particular product is among our best selling adjustable beds. Our Hi Low beds offer comfort, customization, and ease of access unrivaled.

Not only is this adjustable bed ideal for any person with limited mobility, but it also offers a perfect alternative to a hospital bed for home. Available in many different set ups and configurations, the Hi-Low SL also allows sleepers with special needs to continue to share beds with their partners through the split king option. Imagine being able to prop up and read while your partner snoozes, or being able to elevate your legs without disrupting your partner at night. With the Flexabed Hi-Low SL, you can do just that.

Make the SL your own too by selecting the mattress type that makes most sense for you, adding on features like bed rails, or even upgrading your sleep set up with built in speakers or under bed lights for enhanced safety. The Hi Low SL is an incredible product, but you can also make it all your own with all our customization options. Bedtime has never been quite this exciting.

Learn more about this feature-rich adjustable bed option that lowers down to an impressive degree through our website. Its accessibility sets it a cut above other adjustable bed models, and we believe that one night of sleep in the Hi-Low SL will change your sleep game forever.

Features of the Flexabed Hi-Low SL–

  • The simple touch of a button raises and lowers the bed base vertically for incredible accessibility
  • You can sleep next to your loved one, even if you have different sleep needs, with the dual king option
  • A luxury alternative to hospital beds for home, it’s ideal bed for those in home health care or assisted living environments
  • Various mattress options are available
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Full Hi-Low Specs:

Height with Hi-Low Fully Lowered

  • From floor to top of foundation with no mattress- 11” (13.25” with casters)
  • From floor to top of low profile mattress- 16.5” (18.75” with casters)
  • From floor to top of quilted-top mattress- 20-⅝” (22-⅞” with casters)
  • From floor to top of gel mattress- 21” (23.25” with casters)

With Hi-Low Fully Raised*

  • From floor to top of foundation with no mattress- 18.5” (20.75” with casters)
  • From floor to top of low profile mattress- 24” (26.25” with casters)
  • Floor to top of quilted mattress- 28-⅛” (30-⅜” with casters)
  • Floor to top of gel mattress- 28.5” (30.75” with casters)

If you’re aiming for the best night of sleep of your life, the Flexabed Hi-Low SL just might be the ticket. Comfortable. Customizable. Flexible. Flexabed.

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