The Ease Power Base comes with the most basic features compared to the other Tempur-Pedic adjustable bed bases:
- Ability to raise head and feet
- Zero-gravity preset
- Wireless remote
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Tempur-Pedic is known for its memory foam mattresses, but its adjustable bed bases are a popular choice, too. In our Reviews Team’s survey of 1,000 adjustable bed users, close to a quarter of the respondents (almost 22%) indicated they had a Tempur-Pedic adjustable bed.1 In this review, we go through the brand’s four adjustable base models and detail the costs, features, warranties, and our experience testing them. The model with the most features, the TEMPUR-Ergo ProSmart Base, was one of our top picks in our review of the best adjustable bed frames.
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Tempur-Pedic has four models for its adjustable bed bases. The models come with features that range from basic to advanced and have sizes from twin to California king.
* Anti-snore preset
The cost of Tempur-Pedic adjustable bases starts at $899 for a twin or twin long Ease Power Base. The brand also makes split adjustable bases for king and California king sizes. Split models allow you to separately customize the adjustment settings of the right and left sides of the bed and start at $1,798.
|Ease Power Base
|Ergo Power Base
|Ergo Smart Base
|Ergo ProSmart Base
|Split California King
Compatible mattresses and frames aren’t included with the adjustable bed bases, so you may have to include these costs in your adjustable bed budget. For example, someone looking to get a queen-size adjustable bed can expect to pay a total of $2,998 for an Ease Power Base and a TEMPUR-Cloud mattress, excluding any promotions or discounts.
At the time of writing, Tempur-Pedic offered a $300 discount to customers who bought a qualifying Tempur-Pedic mattress along with an Ergo Power Base, Smart Base, or ProSmart Base.
All Tempur-Pedic mattresses are compatible with its adjustable bases, but they may cost more than your average mattress. For example, a queen-size mattress from the retailer ranges from $1,999–$5,599. Most models are priced above $2,322, which is the average cost of a queen-size mattress according to our Review’s Team’s research on 155 mattress models.
Tempur-Pedic doesn’t sell bed frames for its adjustable bases and mattresses, but the retailer confirms that its adjustable bases fit within most modern bed frames.
Tempur-Pedic accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards. It has a financing option called Tempur-Pedic Financing, which you have to apply for.
After placing your order, Tempur-Pedic will reach out to schedule delivery, typically within seven to 10 business days. All Tempur-Pedic adjustable bed bases include free white glove delivery, which means someone will deliver and set up the adjustable base in your bedroom. They will also remove all packing materials and your old mattress and box spring, if requested, at no extra cost.
For customers in remote locations, Alaska, and Hawaii, there is a $600 surcharge for delivery, which takes four to six weeks.
Tempur-Pedic doesn’t deliver adjustable bed bases to Army Post Offices, Fleet Post Offices, or U.S. Territory addresses.
Tempur-Pedic advertises a 25-year warranty for its adjustable beds, but we read the warranty policies closely and found that it only covers the adjustable bed frame. The frame consists of the metal structure of the base, but not the other parts, such as the cover, electrical components, and mechanical components.
There is a parts warranty that is split into two periods: a three-year full parts and labor warranty and a two-year full parts warranty. During the first three years of the warranty, the company will ship and either repair or replace defective parts without charging an additional fee. The parts and labor warranty covers the following:
After the first three years, the bases are covered for two more years under a parts warranty only. This means that service, transportation, labor, and shipping costs are not included with any parts repair or replacement when submitting a warranty claim in year four or five.
The full terms of the warranties can be found on the following pages:
Tempur-Pedic doesn’t accept returns for its adjustable bed bases.
When we called Tempur-Pedic customer service, we were greeted by a recording that said we should search for the answer to our question online, and then we were disconnected. We called back and successfully reached an agent.
Tempur-Pedic also has sleep experts to answer questions about their products before you buy.
The company has a chat feature on its website, but it can only provide answers to frequently asked questions and does not connect you to a live agent.
Our Reviews Team member had a positive experience mystery shopping at one of the brand’s flagship stores. The sales representative we spoke to was very informative and helped us test out the features of each model.
You can reach Tempur-Pedic customer service in a few different ways.
Tempur-Pedic and Sleep Number both offer adjustable bed mattresses and bases. Both companies’ mattresses are made of foam, but Sleep Number mattresses have air chambers to customize the firmness of the mattress, also known as the sleeper’s “sleep number.”
Sleep Number bases don’t have lumbar support, massage options, or the relaxation features found in Tempur-Pedic adjustable bases. Unlike Tempur-Pedic, Sleep Number bases have foot-warming features and a FlexTop option where only the head of the bed is split and can be separately adjusted.
The starting cost for an adjustable bed base is less expensive from Tempur-Pedic than from Sleep Number. Tempur-Pedic includes free shipping and white glove service for its adjustable base delivery. Sleep Number adjustable bases ship for $249. Neither company accepts returns for their adjustable bases.
|Tempur-Pedic Adjustable Bed Bases
|Sleep Number Adjustable Bed Bases
|Twin, twin long, full, queen, king, split king, California king, split California king
|Twin XL, full, queen, king, split king, California king, FlexTop* king, FlexTop* California king
|Adjustable Base Models Available
|Ease Power Base, Ergo Power Base, Ergo Smart Base, Ergo ProSmart Base
|FlexFit 1 Smart Base, FlexFit 2 Smart Base, FlexFit 3 Smart Base
|Head, foot, and lumbar adjustment; anti-snore and zero-gravity presets; under-bed lighting; smart device control; massage features; sleep and relaxation features
|Head and foot adjustment, anti-snore and zero-gravity presets, under-bed lighting, smart device control, foot warming
|Five-year parts warranty, 25-year frame warranty
|One-year full warranty, 15-year limited warranty
|White Glove Service includes setup and removal of old mattress and bed upon request
|Home Delivery includes setup
* FlexTop models are only split at the head of the mattress.
At the time this article was updated, Tempur-Pedic was rated 1.03 out of 5 stars by the BBB based on 155 customer reviews. It is BBB-accredited and has an A+ rating to reflect the BBB’s opinion about the organization’s interactions with its customers. On Trustpilot, the company was rated 1.2 out of 5 stars with 118 reviews.
One positive review mentioned a good experience with customer service helping to reprogram their adjustable base remote after a power outage. Negative reviews cited difficulty making warranty claims for their adjustable bases. Reviewers warned others to be mindful that the adjustable bases aren’t returnable.
Based on our expert consultations and research, we determined the following factors to be important for our readers when shopping for an adjustable bed:
We had all of our selections medically reviewed by an expert in the field to ensure each brand and model is appropriate for NCOA readers’ needs.
Go to our adjustable beds review methodology page for more information about our approach.
Tempur-Pedic adjustable beds come in different sizes, models, and price points. The best Tempur-Pedic adjustable base model for you will depend on whether you’re looking for only the adjustment functionality, as in the Ease Power Base, or more advanced features like the smart connectivity and massage programs in the Ergo ProSmart Base.
All of its adjustable bed bases come with free white glove delivery and setup. Tempur-Pedic adjustable bed bases are final sale, but a 25-year warranty covers the frame portion of the base.
Tempur-Pedic adjustable bed bases cost between $899 and $4,798, depending on the model and size. Mattresses are not included with the adjustable bases, so you may need to factor in the cost of an adjustable-friendly mattress to your budget if you don’t have one already.
Medicare Part B covers pressure-reducing support surfaces and hospital beds prescribed for home use.4 Medicare.gov has a medical equipment locator to help you find retailers that sell beds and mattresses covered under Medicare Part B. The Tempur-Pedic website is not a Medicare supplier of durable medical equipment ⓘMedical equipment expected to last at least three years, prescribed for in-home use for a medical reason..
If you have private insurance and wish to use it to cover the cost of your adjustable bed, Tempur-Pedic recommends checking with your insurance plan provider for coverage details.
You can use another brand’s mattress with a Tempur-Pedic adjustable base, providing it is an adjustable-friendly mattress. All Tempur-Pedic mattresses are compatible with its adjustable bases.
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