Primo vs test

Besides that fact, the Primo Viaggio uses a good amount of EPS foam on the seat’s sides to protect your child from side impacts. Per Peg Perego (say that three times fast), it’s designed to protect the head, neck, and spine of the child, and the Side Impact Protection system is also adjustable. It even includes a bit of EPP foam (named SAFE, for a shock absorbing foam element) below the seat that is designed to crush during a collision, absorbing forces that would otherwise be transferred to your child’s neck and shoulders. I’m also a fan of the headrest, which is ″ wide and practically guaranteed to fit even the largest heads.

@Sal,
Thanks for the excellent questions! The Reverie 8Q is still there… here’s the page… http:///reverie-8q However, they recently replaced the “Q-series” with the “T-series”. Note that there are now Reverie 7T, 8T, and 9T adjustable beds http:///products/adjustable- . These are newer, sleeker and better looking adjustable foundations; however, they’re also very expensive. You could buy a split king 8Q for less than $2,000 while the split king 9T costs as much as $3,600. Since you asked for a Reverie 8Q vs 9T comparison, the major advantages of the Reverie 9T are its looks, the 3D Wave Massage and Lumbar support. The 8Q is cheaper and comes with Pillow tilting, which is great especially for those who do a lot of reading, watching TV or working (on your laptops) on their beds.
To find a local retailer for Leggett and Platt, please try out https:///locator
Hope that helps and good luck with your bed hunting! Keep us posted on what you buy and you’d be welcome to leave a detailed adjustable bed review on Bedroom Solutions if you choose to do so!

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Before placing an order, you might want to know what it will cost to go this route. Typical prices for concentrate are $8 to $14 per quart, $7 to $10 for pints, and $3 to $4 for 4-ounce bottles. Shipping will be expensive—count on an additional 30% to 70%, depending on how much you order and the distance. Depending on these factors, flavoring costs are likely to range from $ to $ per liter. Obviously, at the high end you won't be saving much if any money over SodaStream's flavors, once you add in the cost of sweetener; but if you can buy a few pints or quarts at a time, the total cost (concentrate plus sweetener) will fall in the $-$ range. Most or all of the ingredients will also travel less than the SodaStream bottles, and what does travel will mass less, which all adds up to being better for the environment.

Primo vs test

primo vs test

Before placing an order, you might want to know what it will cost to go this route. Typical prices for concentrate are $8 to $14 per quart, $7 to $10 for pints, and $3 to $4 for 4-ounce bottles. Shipping will be expensive—count on an additional 30% to 70%, depending on how much you order and the distance. Depending on these factors, flavoring costs are likely to range from $ to $ per liter. Obviously, at the high end you won't be saving much if any money over SodaStream's flavors, once you add in the cost of sweetener; but if you can buy a few pints or quarts at a time, the total cost (concentrate plus sweetener) will fall in the $-$ range. Most or all of the ingredients will also travel less than the SodaStream bottles, and what does travel will mass less, which all adds up to being better for the environment.

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