Sleep Number is best known for their adjustable air beds. With the quick push of a button, anyone can inflate or deflate their mattress to find the perfect level of softness or firmness. These beds are also a great option for couples; with Sleep Number’s DualAir technology, each side of the bed can be adjusted so you and your partner don’t need to compromise on one level of firmness.
Sleep Number has several different models to choose from that come with different features—ranging from smart beds that automatically adjust firmness, mattresses with temperature regulation technology, and simpler models that are more cost-friendly.
We’ve broken down the different models, what makes them unique, and how much you can expect to pay.
The classic line is the most basic, yet most affordable Sleep Number option. You still get the benefit of the adjustable air chambers, and the c4 model has an added comfort layer above the air chamber designed to contour to your entire body. These beds will be the most firm out of all Sleep Number beds because there is the least amount of layers between the air chamber and mattress top.
- c2: Starts at $499.99 for a Twin and goes to $1,599.99 for a California King
- c4: Starts at $1,299.99 for a Twin and goes to $2,299.99 for a California King
Performance 360 Smart Bed
The Performance series is pillowtop style mattresses with thicker comfort layers designed to relieve pressure. The main difference between the two models is the p5 has 2” of PlushFit foam, whereas the p6 has 3”. The smart bed feature senses your movements throughout the night, and automatically adjusts its level of firmness to better support you all night long. These beds also include SleepIQ® sleep tracking technology to give you personal insights into your sleep.
- 360® p5: Starts at $1,799 for a Twin and goes to $2,799 for a California King
- 360® p6: Starts at $2,349 for a Twin XL and goes to $3,399 for a California King
Innovation 360 Smart Bed
The innovation series includes duvel-style pillow tops and has temperature regulation technology built into the comfort layers. They too come with smart SleepIQ® sleep tracking technology, so you better understand how well you’re sleeping. Again, the smart bed feature senses your movements throughout the night and automatically adjusts its level of firmness to better support you all night long.
- 360® i7: Starts at $3,099 for a Twin XL and goes to $4,199 for a California King
- 360® i8: Starts at $3,099 for a Twin XL and goes to $4,199 for a California King
Here’s a view of all models and their prices:
|Sleep Number Sizes and Prices||c2||c4||360® p5||360® p6||360® i7||360® i8||360® i10|
|FlexTop California King||$1,599.99||$2,299.99||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
These beds are definitely on the pricier end of the spectrum, compared to other bed-in-a-box models and traditional mattresses. That said, if you’re into fusing technology with your sleep set up, or simply want something that’s adjustable, Sleep Number might be a good fit.
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