Leggett & Platt Falcon 2.0+ adjustable bed is now available. This is an update to the Falcon adjustable bed that was
previously available. When a company brings out a new model, the first thing
that most people do is compare what is different. We are going to save you the
time and effort and make a quick and easy list of what has changed and what has
stayed the same.
The 2” low-profile foundation-style frame has stayed the
same. The compressed frame was designed to withhold a significant amount of
weight, without being extremely heavy.
Head and foot articulation is still an effortless feat that allows you
to find your favorite position for sleeping or just lounging. The emergency
power down system is present as well, ensuring that your bed will return to the
flat position if the power happens to go out. The 1-3-25 year warranty remains
the same and still has impressive coverage.
Changes to the Falcon
Time to get to the changes and there are quite a few on the
Falcon 2.0+. Adjustable legs have been expanded to 2.5” in diameter and can be
adjusted from 6” to 10” in height. The lift capacity of the bed has been raised
from 800lbs to 850lbs. The original Falcon always had a higher weight capacity
than others on the market, so it is interesting to see it raised even more.
Falcon 2.0+ Under-Bed Light
Some of the new features include an under-bed light, a feature
that you probably wouldn’t consider in your purchase, but will grow to love.
The under-bed light will illuminate the floor enough for you to see, but not to
an extent that will wake up your partner.
Falcon 2.0+ Wireless Remote
The wireless remote has changed slightly. A one touch flat
button has been included on the remote, giving you quick access to the flat
position. Wireless syncing between split bases is now available. You will no
longer have to worry about a sync cable and have the ability to control both of
the bases with one remote.
The changes to the
Leggett & Platt Falcon adjustable bed were not a
requirement. This was not something that needed to be done, as the bed was
quite popular on its own. Leggett & Platt wanted to include some of their
best features on all of their bases. A prime example of a company looking out
for the customers needs.