Lineal Adjustable Base Review
The Lineal Adjustable base by Saatva is an adjustable bed that has a motor built in for massage. You can purchase it via the Saatva website or the Loom and Leaf or Zen Haven website. It has separate settings to incline the head and feet. Other highlights include a wall hugging design that keeps the base and mattress closer to the headboard or wall so you don’t lose pillows or other things under the bed when you are in an incline.
Overview of the Lineal Adjustable Bed
Setting up the Lineal adjustable bed is a breeze. The queen size adjustable base comes in a box the size of the bed itself. Here’s a picture below.
All the parts to the Lineal can be found underneath the bed.
Here’s a video highlighting some of the main features of the Lineal adjustable bed.
My Lineal Findings
Setup of the Lineal base is included in the cost so there’s no need for you to put anything together. All the basic features are ready to go out of the box. You can program the remote to save specific positions but with most of the adjustable beds I have reviewed, it often just manually adjust each time.
The remote is very straight forward. There’s even a “TV” setting which puts the head part of the base up and adjust the feet up a little bit but not too much so that you can’t see over your knees. As you can see there’s also a wave function for the massage. This have the motor move the massage from your feet to your head and then back down.
Here’s a picture of the clear retainer bar. To install this you just screw the pegs into the cover. You won’t see any holes, instead just poke the screw right through the fabric.
Here’s a side view of the Lineal in the “TV” position.
Belos is a chart that gives the weight of the Lineal Adjustable Bed.
|King||(Split) 147-lbs per piece (2-pieces)|
|Cal King||(Split) 140-lbs per piece (2 pieces)|
A queen size retails for $1399. I am not sure what the other sizes retail for as the prices aren’t called out on the Saatva website.
The Lineal comes with a 25 year warranty where parts and and repairs are covered during the first 5 years.
My Lineal Recommendation
The Lineal has good features and a quiet massage motor. The extra touches such as the under bed lighting and the LED light at the end of the remote to use as a flashlight is a nice touch.
An adjustable base is a great way to get more use out of your mattress. In this era of Netflix binge watching, having a “TV” mode for your bed is a great idea.
The Lineal is a great option if you want some of the extra features such as massage and the ability to save settings. If you want a no frills option, I have found that the Leggett & Platt Falcon 2.0 is a good entry level adjustable bed.
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