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Old 08-19-2010, 11:10 PM   #11
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Hello Sertaguy,

Mine has a tag attached with (among other things), the large digits 316C06-1582-596. Does that tell you anything?
Not really. It should have a name or model number 582981, 570066, etc.
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:12 PM   #12
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Ok Sertaguy I am a matress god forever as well. What series/coil are they using. I have been selling beds forever as well and in my last 2 units got rid of the mattress before it came out of the bag. I am getting ready to pull the plug on an FR as well real soon. I have been sleeping on a beautyrest my last 2 trailers.
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The standard Mattress is a 390 Bonnell Coil unit. Forest River offers an upgrade Donald Trump mattress that has a 800 pocket coil in a standard queen size.
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:18 PM   #13
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Sertaguy. I'll tell you timing is every thing. I just bought a Queen Size Serta Perfect Sleeper-10-Q-FND both box spring and mattress and pick it up a few hours ago from Mattress Wearhouse. Although we do have a rockwood we decided to buy a cabin in the same campground where we have our camper on a seasonal site and this new mattress is for the cabin. Now the sales person said it was a good mattress, is it??? as far as the price it was not bad, both box spring and mattress was $530.00 total.
At home we have a king size Sleep Number so it's hard to compare a regular mattress with out sleeping on it.
There are several levels of the perfect sleeper line and " good " depends on the unit purchased. What warranty did it have? Did you get a box spring or a foundation? Serta is a great product, however everything can be oversold at times. Sounds like a great price and if it is what is comfortable for you then it was a great deal.
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:27 PM   #14
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A Perfect Sleeper is Serta's main line product and verticoil products are the lower end budget coil systems. We sell them usually for kids and guest room beds or people on a real tight budget . Not what I would recommend for the 365 day a year good quality bed. Saying that it is a huge improvement over the old bonnel coil beds I see in most units. Remember though I am spoiled as I deal in all the high end stuff all day long so expect a good bed to be a mainline bed when advertised as a good upgrade. I guess though it is all what you pay for. My guests sleep on a Serta perfect day and like it a lot as it is in their upper line but at least perfect sleeper is pretty good for someone looking for average quality and price..
Yes the perfect Day is a fantastic bed and I sleep on one myself. As long as it is not the dual side Air unit they tried a few years ago, WOW what a disaster. The Donald Trump collection seems to be doing very well for Forest River and having the traditional residential warranty in a RV is a great feature. The special sizes required for an RV was a challenge but once they were on board the products were sent out and the feedback has been very positive. Serta does make the World's Best Mattress!
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Question Serta guy just bough a 376bhok and it has a Serta memory foam in it exclusive to forest river how thick are these mattresses and what do they look like because I don't think I have the right mattress in my unit
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Question Serta guy just bough a 376bhok and it has a Serta memory foam in it exclusive to forest river how thick are these mattresses and what do they look like because I don't think I have the right mattress in my unit
Looks like it's been a long time since Serta Guy has been on the forum....

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