Updated December 3, 2022
The Ease 4.0 Power Base is Sealy's entry-level adjustable base.
Wireless remote (with preset buttons)
Zero clearance - allows the power base to fit right on a platform bed
Head and foot lift - control your comfort with a large variety of custom positions
Zero Gravity - preset position that alleviates pressure on your back
Position lock - lock into a position for the night
One-touch flat - go back to the normal flat position with one push of a button
Child lock feature - ensure safety for any kids around by locking the power base with a two-button sequence
Battery backup - allows you to use your power base if there is a power outage
Adjustable legs - the legs on this base can be adjusted to 3, 6, 9, or 12 inches or fully removed
Headboard compatible (brackets sold separately)
Learn about the benefits of having an adjustable base.
Wireless Remote Control
The wireless remote allows you to effortlessly change your position without having to get up. It has a number of helpful preset buttons, such as the Zero Gravity position. It's easy to use and really helps you make the most out of this adjustable bed.
Sealy Ease Adjustable Height Legs
The adjustable legs on this base give you five options. You can fully remove them, which may be best for use with a platform bed. Or you can use them at 3, 6, 9, or 12 inches.
Split Bases for King & Cal King Beds
If you have a large bed, getting a split size is the way to go. This base is offered in split sizes to fit king and California king mattresses. It makes it much easier to move around and also allows you to position yourself different than your partner if you have a split size mattress as well.
Watch this video for directions on how to properly set up your new Sealy Ease Adjustable Base.
Broken down visually in the chart below is a comparison of the Tempur Sealy adjustable bases. The Ease is the most basic model and has the lowest lift capacity of 650 lbs.
700 lb lift capacity
Dual motor drive
Read the Tempur Ergo Review.
800 lb lift capacity
Replaces two-zone massage with four-zone massage
Replaces quiet drive motors with silent drive motors
Read the Tempur Ergo Extend Review.
The Sealy Ease 4.0 has a 25-year limited warranty, which is broken down into three parts:
3-Years Parts & Labor Warranty
5-Year Parts Warranty
25-Year Frame Warranty
Tempur-Sealy International, Inc. acquired Sealy in March of 2013 and changed its name from Tempur-Pedic International Inc. It originally started in 1992 after NASA developed a pressure-absorbing product that was adapted into memory foam. Intended to be used for astronauts, it also worked well to increase comfort on mattresses.
Sealy was founded in 1881 by Daniel Haynes, a cotton gin builder. He received a request for a cotton-filled mattress which led to the business that it is today. One of the largest mattress brands in the world. Tempur Sealy is now the world's largest bedding provider.
Continuing with the innovation of the invention of memory foam, Tempur-Sealy develops and manufactures their own products and components. They provide mattresses, foundations, pillows, and other bedding products to millions of customers.
Of the current adjustable bases offered by Tempur-Sealy, the Sealy Ease 4.0 is the most affordable. I would recommend it if you are mostly looking to benefit from positioning yourself differently at night or if you are sitting in bed for long periods. Whether it is to relieve snoring, back pain, or just for a more comfortable position, this power base will work great.
I do not recommend the Ease adjustable base if you're looking for luxury features such as massage capabilities and USB ports. It only has the main functions and not much extra. Also, if you want something that will be very quiet, the Ergo Extend would have the most silent motor, so it may be worth investing a bit more.
The Sealy Ease 4.0 Power Base is a great standard option if you want an adjustable bed to upgrade your mattress.
Juliana has spent several years in the mattress industry, writing about and reviewing mattresses. She has a deep understanding of how mattresses work for different people and affect sleep.