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The leaks you are experiencing may be the result of 'stress points.
Stress points are caused by the sleeping pattern of an individual(s).
We occasionally see this when the product is used frequently or on a
daily basis. We recommend rotating the product (turn over or turn
around) periodically just as you would a regular mattress. Every
mattress has stress points and by rotating the product you will evenly
distribute these stress points across the surface of the product and
help relieve these stress points.

We will be happy to replace your product provided you are still within
the warranty guidelines. You may contact us at 888-462-4468 where one
of our representatives will be happy to help you.

Thank you,
Customer service

So basically they said their products aren't designed to be slept on.

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scsi
Jan. 26th, 2006 09:24 pm (UTC)
After seeing yours, I was planning on buying one. Now I wont.
midendian
Jan. 26th, 2006 10:57 pm (UTC)
You could buy two, stuff the second one inside the first one, but upside down, and inflate the inner one. Then the stress points would hit different structural parts of the bed in each layer and it'd be indestructible!
daveman692
Jan. 26th, 2006 11:57 pm (UTC)
I was planning to like also patch it from the inside, through the big exhaust hole, but it isn't just hollow inside.
henrylyne
Jan. 26th, 2006 11:48 pm (UTC)
Space Foam. It's the future. As seen on TV, you can put a glass of water on a space foam mattress and jump up and down on it without spilling any water out of the glass. Who doesn't need a dual-purpose surface that you can eat, drink and jump on?
daveman692
Jan. 26th, 2006 11:58 pm (UTC)
And how much does that cost?
henrylyne
Jan. 27th, 2006 12:56 am (UTC)
janinedog
Jan. 27th, 2006 03:18 am (UTC)
omg impostar!

The originals are from Tempur-Pedic. But they're a lot more. :)
crankygirlie
Jan. 27th, 2006 12:29 am (UTC)
I think they basically said their products aren't designed to be slept on all the time. As your primary bed. (without rotating it) I think their mattresses are really meant for occasional use. I'm still trying to figure out why you are sleeping on one every night, but I figured I would not ask, it would make itself apparent. I still don't know why. :)

Is it just because you found it to be a very comfy bed?

I don't think I'd want to sleep on an air mattress every night, even an aerobed, which would be the king of all air mattresses.

Then again, I sleep on a hybridized-memory foam thingy. :) it rocks socks.

daveman692
Jan. 27th, 2006 12:35 am (UTC)
Their website advertises them as real beds you can sleep on every night!

I didn't want to deal with strapping a queen sized mattress to the roof of my car and drive it across the bay bridge, so got one of these and it is quite comfortrable.
crankygirlie
Jan. 27th, 2006 12:37 am (UTC)
crazy but cool.

I guess once you have it replaced you'll have to rotate it, huh? :/

I will have to try an aerobed sometime.
enigma_lab
Jan. 27th, 2006 07:33 am (UTC)
What's next? How about a Mattress Genie?
infodrenched
Jan. 27th, 2006 07:42 pm (UTC)
Rated to lift loads up to 1,000 pounds

if you get one of these, it would make changing your oil rather comfortable
nimbius
Feb. 6th, 2006 12:18 am (UTC)
This was a hillarious reply. why not round out the second sentence by punctuating it with "you boney fuck." or perhaps, "in turn, these 'stress points' we've fabricated into every mattress will inevitably manifest themselves as either a slight inconvenience, or painful and catastrophic product failure." Are air mattresses really all that good?
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