Power Bed is an inflatable device that will enable you to change the angle your mattress rests at without getting an entirely new, adjustable bed. This device, which is like a mini-mattress of sorts, will fit under either the head or foot of your top mattress, in order to elevate your head or feet, respectively. It can be controlled with a simple two-button remote and can be used with beds in all the common sizes, such as twin, double, queen, and king.
The cost of Power Bed is $89.97 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $109.95.
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Before you can begin using your Power Bed, you'll have to connect it to the included remote control while it's deflated. If you look at your deflated mini-mattress, you'll notice that there's a smaller blue plastic apparatus connected to it. You'll need to plug the remote control into the round hole on the back of this apparatus in order to connect the mini-bed and the control. Make sure you place the small apparatus on the floor next to your bed, where it must stay while you use your mini-mattress.
Next, slide your Power Bed under your ordinary bed's top mattress, either at your head or your feet, with the flatter side resting against your bottom mattress and the pointier side facing upward.
Once your Power Bed is resting underneath your top mattress, choose how much you want to inflate it. The more you inflate it, the more elevated you'll be. In order to inflate the device more, press the up arrow on your remote control's top button, and to deflate it more, press the down arrow. You may have to play around with different levels of inflation in order to see which one is best for you. If you decide you like your mattress best with no elevation, just press the bottom button on your remote control to flatten it out.
After you've found a level of elevation that's comfortable for you (and anyone you sleep with) to rest at, get into bed and aim to enjoy some restful sleep. If you leave your remote control in your bed, you'll be able to adjust your mattress's elevation level whenever you choose during the night. When you get up in the morning, or at whatever time you rise, it's best to flatten out your Power Bed until the next time you use it.
Not only will your remote control enable you to adjust your Power Bed while you're lying down, if you'd like to, it'll also glow in the dark. That means you won't even need to turn on a lamp if you decide that you want to adjust the elevation level of your mattress at nighttime. Instead, both buttons on your remote control will glow green so you'll be able to put your fingers on them quickly.
Regardless of what size of bed you're using, if it has a top mattress and a bottom one, you'll be able to use this device within it to change your mattress's elevation level. Therefore, if you go to a hotel or to someone else's house to sleep, you'll have the option of bringing this elevation adjuster along and using it for comfortable sleep there. The only type of bed this device may not work with is a bunk bed. If you're sleeping on just a mattress on the floor, the floor will have to serve as the bottom mattress.
The Power Bed can lift the head or foot of any top mattress up to 26 inches higher than its usual height while leaving the rest of the bed flat. If that's too high, though, any position in between 26 inches of elevation and completely flat is doable—just adjust your device's level of inflation to adjust its precise height. It will only take you seconds to change your mattress's position when you desire to.
With each device, you'll also receive two curved contour pillows that will help support the shape of your head, neck, and shoulders as you sleep on your back or on your side. If you use one of these, you'll likely be even comfier as you rest than you would be with a Power Bed alone.
Adults of any age or gender can use one of these remote-controlled elevation devices in order to enhance their sleep. Even if you have no known health problems, resting at an ideal angle and getting a full night's sleep will naturally make you even more productive and energetic the next day. This device may also be safe for kids to use, but before you decide to set up your child's mattress at a certain elevation level for sleep, you may want to talk to their doctor.
If you're an adult who suffers from a minor health issue such as sinus congestion, moderate to light snoring or heartburn, the Power Bed will likely help you relieve that. It's common knowledge that elevating yourself so you're not completely flat on your back can help you breathe better, and better breathing often leads to less snoring. If you're experiencing heartburn, you may have to elevate yourself a bit higher than people with sinus issues, but this may not be necessary every single night.
The fact that you can place your Power Bed under your feet and inflate it, instead of just being able to place it under your head, may benefit people who want to improve their circulation. No matter your age or fitness level, as soon as you elevate your legs even slightly, your circulation will improve at least a bit and you may notice that any swelling you normally experience diminishes.
It doesn't appear that this device is one that's to be plugged into electricity, which means you can reasonably expect that batteries will be needed to run the remote control. Unfortunately, it seems that not even your first set of batteries will be included with your device, so finding an appropriate set will become your responsibility.
Depending on how careful you are with this device, there's a chance that it could rip or pick up a hole, which would make it virtually unusable, as it'd no longer be capable of inflating. To avoid getting a hole or tear in your device, you'll need to keep it away from things like sharp beauty tools, the claws of pets who may lounge on your bed, and long fingernails.
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