What is a Waveless Waterbed?
This entry was posted on October 1, 2012.
The traditional hardside waterbed has a ton of therapeutic values. Pressure and temperature changes allow the bed to be fully customized just to you and the water abolishes the pressure points that cause back, neck and shoulder pain. While these benefits cannot be overstated, the traditional waterbeds have often been criticized for having a ‘wave action’ that can cause tossing and turning at night. That’s why the industry developed specialized hardside waterbeds, so each person could choose how much wave action they wanted from their waterbed. The range is from free flow, which is styled after the classic waterbeds, to hydraulic which chamberizes the water so it can not move around.
Right in the middle however, is the Waveless Hardside Waterbed. The Waveless Hardside Waterbed is the most popular because it sits right in the middle of the scale, giving a perfect balance of support and comfort.
Waveless waterbeds like the Boyd Dual Sea Cove Waveless Hardside Waterbed contains about 4 layers of wave reducing fiber material which provides about 90% reduction of the motion of the water while still allowing for a degree of flow for better adjustability This particular waterbed also includes ergonomic lumbar support foam layers and hi-loft thermal bonded fiber.
Other waveless hardside waterbeds like the Contura Form 4 Waveless Hardside Waterbed provides about 80% motion reduction in the mattress. The waveless waterbed also includes 4 point memory stretch tether system and a 4 corner air cushion to add durability to the waveless hardside waterbed.
Hardside mattresses have come a long way from the early days of basic bags of water. Fiber and foam layers add both support and motion control to customize the bed perfectly.