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Tempur-Pedic TEMPUR-Ergo™ Premier Split Queen Adjustable Base - Need to Order 2 for Queen

Item# 08231107000P | Model# 255652 | Added on March 22, 2014 |
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Enter Relaxation Paradise on the TEMPUR-Ergo Premier Split Queen Adjustable Base Settle into luxurios comfort on the Ergo Premier Split Queen Adjustable Base. This TEMPUR-Ergo adjustable base lets you define your comfort by adjusting the head and foot positions and tapping into the rejuvinating massage features. A 70 degree upright angle on this adjustable base makes watching TV, reading, or even working on your laptop a luxurious experience. Control your comfort with the wireless remote or via the mobile app. Quiet operation paired with fast response on this adjustable foundation make this the perfect addition to any bedroom. Get the support and rest you deserve on this TEMPUR-Ergo adjustable foundation.This "Split" adjustable base set requires a quantity of 2 to complete the setPrice shown is for each

  • Get the relaxation you deserve on the Ergo Premier Split Queen Adjustable Base
  • Infinite adjustable positions make lounging, reading, watching TV, working or sleeping a luxurious experience
  • Adjustable massage features lets you enjoy lumbar, head, and leg massage for all-over comofrt and relaxation
  • 4 pre-programmed massage programs: standard, wave, synchronized wave and pulse
  • 70 degree upright angle for optimum lounging
  • 30 second articulation response for head and foot positions
  • Control movement with the wireless remote or the mobile app
  • Ergo-Link keeps split bases synced up when moving together
  • Wireless remote has a simple-to-use LCD readout and motion-activated
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