Updated November 14, 2022
The Remedy Adjustable Base by Mantua Rize is a more affordable option than some of the more luxurious options that they offer. For all the information you need regarding the Remedy please read on:
Five Pre-Programmed Positions: One button for each position on the remote - FLAT, ANTI-SNORE, ZERO GRAVITY, INCLINE, and LOUNGE.
Edge-to-Edge Adjustable Lumbar Support: A separated section gives support to your lower back just where you need it to relieve pain.
Improved Lift Capacity: Heavy-duty motors lift up to 850 lb. per base so you can pile on the thick mattress and extra pillows.
Voice-Powered Mobile App: Customize your relaxation without putting down your mobile device and use voice controls for easy adjustment.
Therapeutic Massage: Choose the intensity of your massage for enhanced R&R.
Fit: Rize adjustable beds are designed to fit inside most existing headboard/footboard/rail systems.
Height Adjustable Legs: Sturdy steel post legs can be raised or lowered to change the height of the base from 12.25 to 18.25 inches.
Battery Backup: Even during a complete power outage, the battery backup system allows you to return your bed to a flat, neutral position.
Gravity Release: Built-in safety feature to reduce stress on objects caught under the bed, so there's no worry about pinching or pressing.
Hidden Component Design: Unsightly cords and controls are blocked from view so your bed can be the focal point of the room.
Night Light Feet: Find your way easily in the dark with the illuminated feet - pick the color that suits your mood.
Sync Up Two Bases: Twin XL and split sizes offer an easy-to-use sync cable so you can operate both sides of the bed together.
Here's a quick video highlighting the features of the Remedy base:
An adjustable base is very beneficial for people who suffer from medical ailments. I've said the same thing in several of my reviews for power beds. People who suffer from arthritis, sleep apnea, acid reflux, and many other ailments can sleep easier when adding a power base to their bed.
Some people don't get their best comfort when lying flat on a mattress to sleep. These people sometimes pile pillows up to lift their heads up. Others bunch up the blankets under their legs so that they can sleep peacefully. Adding an adjustable base to your bed does these things for you. You won't have to go to extraordinary lengths to get comfortable.
The buttons on a Rize Remedy Base Remote in detail:
A video explaining how to set up your Rize Remedy II Adjustable Bed:
The Manuta Rize Remedy 2 Adjustable Base comes with a limited 20-year warranty [PDF].
Mantua Manufacturing Company has been a family-owned and operated business since 1952. They named themselves after the small town in Ohio where they first got started, Mantua. An interesting fact about their manufacturing process is that they use recycled railroad steel in many of their bed frames. This is not only environmentally friendly but also ensures that their frames are much more sturdy than most others. They are so confident of their durability that they offer a lifetime warranty. If one of their frames breaks from defective material or workmanship they'll replace it at no cost.
I really love this adjustable base for all the features it offers while being priced more affordably than comparable models from other bedding manufacturers (around $1,700 for a Queen). The Mantua Rize Remedy 2 really competes well with more recognizable adjustable bed brand names considering what you get standard without paying a premium price. Features like massage, five pre-programmed positions, a button on the remote that you can program to your favorite position, and mobile phone app compatibility is an impressive offering from a base at this price.
I absolutely recommend the Matua Rize Remedy II Power Base for anyone who wants high-quality construction, premium features, and an affordable price in a new base. I cannot say enough about what you get for such an affordable priced adjustable base. In truth, if I could get one of these in my house myself I would definitely have one in my house!
Dave has worked in the furniture business, focusing on mattresses, for several years. His focus on mattress industry trends and developments has led to a deeper understanding of how people sleep and how they perceive comfort.