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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 27 Sep 2015 19:29 #11

ComfortKing has videos showing the components in their beds, They use Argos coils from Germany on most and Leggett &Platt on their high end stuff. 1.8" foam, natural latex, gel foam, somnigel, convoluted foam and other materials that seem high quality. I don't know as much about the Beds by Design beds except they use Duron synthetic latex and have some beds built on foam core without coils.

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 27 Sep 2015 21:47 #12

Hi Quickstrike,

ComfortKing has videos showing the components in their beds, They use Argos coils from Germany on most and Leggett &Platt on their high end stuff. 1.8" foam, natural latex, gel foam, somnigel, convoluted foam and other materials that seem high quality.


I have always liked their website and the videos they include for each mattress. They are very transparent and they make some very good quality/value mattresses.

I don't know as much about the Beds by Design beds except they use Duron synthetic latex and have some beds built on foam core without coils.


You can see some comments about Beds By Design and their Duron material in post #4 here earlier in this topic. I would make sure that you are able to find out and confirm the specifics of all the layers in their mattresses and confirm that the law tag also lists latex as one of the materials in any of their mattresses that contain Duron to confirm that it really is latex.

NOTE ADDED: I have talked with Chad and have confirmed that none of the materials in any of the Beds by Design mattresses are either synthetic or natural latex and they are versions of polyfoam. Some of the materials are high performance polyfoams that are certainly a good quality material and have many of the properties of latex but are less costly than "real" latex (synthetic or natural).

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 28 Sep 2015 10:38 #13

I was told pocketed coils or foam core with high density polyurethane foam, synthetic latex (Duron) and they also have omnigel which is basically a high quality gel memory foam. The somnigel from Comfort King is a lot different material than Omnigel.

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 28 Sep 2015 11:58 #14

Hi Quickstrike,

I was told pocketed coils or foam core with high density polyurethane foam, synthetic latex (Duron) and they also have omnigel which is basically a high quality gel memory foam. The somnigel from Comfort King is a lot different material than Omnigel.


I would make sure that you are able to find out all the specific information listed here to make sure that there are no lower quality materials or weak links in any mattress you are considering before making any purchase.

The information you listed doesn't say anything about the quality or durability of the materials and I would also make sure that you confirm that the Duron is really latex.

NOTE ADDED: I have talked with Chad and have confirmed that none of the materials in any of the Beds by Design mattresses are either synthetic or natural latex and they are versions of polyfoam. Some of the materials are high performance polyfoams that are certainly a good quality material and have many of the properties of latex but are less costly than "real" latex (synthetic or natural).

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 28 Sep 2015 14:06 #15

It's Omniflow not Omnigel so I was wrong about that. I will have to ask for specific thickness of the materials used. ComfortKing is very up front about what's in their beds. BBD just referred to 20 and 30 year synthetic latex on a foam core or quad coil with a gel foam and/or Omniflow top. Both places obviously don't like each other...

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 28 Sep 2015 14:53 #16

Hi Quickstrike,

Both places obviously don't like each other...


There has apparently been somewhat of a local "feud" between them for a number of years (see posts #3 and #4 here ).

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 28 Sep 2015 16:25 #17

Yea I heard the President of BBD tell a customer that CK brags about their German coil and he wouldn't want his salesman doing that. While at CK, the salesman trashed Duron and when I got home I saw his 1/5 Google rating for BBD. It's rather childish from both parties. They should welcome the competition and push eachother to make even better products. They both make quality beds that blow big box stores out of the water. Im anxious to get my wife in to try some...after more research of course.

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 03 Oct 2015 21:33 #18

We picked out an Ultra Comfort from Beds By Design....debating on getting the adjustable bed to see if it helps with my sleep apnea, back pain, and heartburn.

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 03 Oct 2015 22:45 #19

Hi Quickstrike,

We picked out an Ultra Comfort from Beds By Design


Hopefully you were able to find out the information here about the type and quality of the materials in the mattress ... and if you did it would be great if you could post them on the forum for the benefit of others that are considering one of their mattresses.

Assuming that you have confirmed that there are no lower quality materials or weak links in the mattress that could compromise the durability and useful life of your mattress ... congratulations on your new mattress :)

I hope you also have the chance to share your comments and feedback once you've received it and have had the chance to sleep on it for a bit.

debating on getting the adjustable bed to see if it helps with my sleep apnea, back pain, and heartburn.


There is more information about choosing an adjustable bed in post #3 here and the main adjustable bed topic that it links to that can help you choose an adjustable bed based on price vs features comparisons and also includes some retailers that you can use as good sources of information about the features of the adjustable beds they carry and as pricing references as well (in post #6 in the main adjustable bed topic). Of course there are many other sources as well and prices can change on a regular basis so I would also include some internet searching in your research and I would also keep in mind that online advertised prices are often price controlled so make sure you call the stores you are considering to find out their best prices rather than just looking at websites.

I would treat all the major adjustable bed manufacturers as being closely comparable in terms of reliability so choosing an adjustable bed is really a matter of choosing the model that has the features that are most important to you at a price that competes well with other models that have the same features.

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Where to start in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? 04 Oct 2015 07:28 #20

Synergy core not sure on density or thickness but appears to be good quality and has a lifetime warranty. 3"Duron Latex with 1"Omniflow and a Eucalyptus stretch fabric. They buy from L&P and make the beds in their warehouse. I felt more comfortable with them vs Comfort King...

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