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Colorado Springs area stores 27 Aug 2014 05:03 #1

Are there any stores near Colorado springs or larger area we can vist with knowledgeable? Thanks in advance

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Colorado Springs area stores 27 Aug 2014 10:22 #2

Hi randyman,

The better options and possibilities I'm aware of in the Colorado Springs area (subject to following all the steps in the tutorial post of course) are listed in post #3 here .

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Colorado Springs area stores 27 Aug 2014 15:05 #3

Thanks for the foot work, I thought their might be a "specialty" store up here. Sears @ Chapple Hills has a sales man who is pretty sharp, really knows his stuff, Bill Hawkins, no real pressure, and is pleasent to talk with.

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Colorado Springs area stores 27 Aug 2014 16:04 #4

I'm in the CO Springs area and I liked Urban Mattress up in Aurora. The owner Ryan was a nice guy and pretty knowledgeable. I didn't buy from them, but I went there to test out some of the Pure LatexBliss models earlier this year (Jan/Feb timeframe). I probably spent 1.5-2 hours laying on beds while I was there. No pressure at all.

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Colorado Springs area stores 27 Aug 2014 17:14 #5

Hi randyman,

Thanks for the foot work, I thought their might be a "specialty" store up here. Sears @ Chapple Hills has a sales man who is pretty sharp, really knows his stuff, Bill Hawkins, no real pressure, and is pleasent to talk with.


That's great to hear but it would be better yet if Sears had any mattresses that would be worth considering because no matter how great a salesperson may be ... if they don't sell any good quality/value mattresses or aren't able to provide you with the specifics of all the layers and materials that are inside any mattress you are considering (see this article ) then there would be little point in visiting them :)

If they do have some good quality/value mattresses or at least "possibilities" where you are able to find out all the information you need to make an informed choice then if you let me know which ones they are I can add them to the list as a "possibility" but I would normally tend to avoid Sears (see the guidelines here ).

Phoenix
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