I have a kingsize waterbed for sale if anyone's interested. It's oak with a huge headboard. The headboard drawers, a mirror, and a couple of cabinets as well as some shelves. There are 12 drawers underneath it. I built a custom bed for my wife and I and we just don't need the waterbed anymore. I'd like to get $200 out of it. I can clean it off and take some pics if anyone is seriously interested in it. LMK
I know what you mean! We had just enough water in it for my wife alone (I was trucking at the time). It was OK when I slept on it by myself, but when both of us slept in it together, I felt like I was in the clouds. We tried taking some of the water out, but then it was uncomfortable for my wife when I was gone (which was at least 5 nights a week).
Good luck with the waterbed. It sounds just like the one that I have - 10 ton headbord and all. After about 20 years of sleeping on a waterbed they just aren't comfortable any more so I bought a regular bed and I'm still trying to get rid of the waterbed. I even tryed to post it at work. FREE waterbed - you want it you move it. No takers. I can't even give the sucker away.
Feb 24th, 2000
Posts: 15796 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
They aren't as popular as they used to be. They make a conversion kit to put a standard king-size mattress in it, though. (A waterbed mattress isn't the same size as a regular mattress. One's longer and narrower.)
Carolina 88GT Member
Posts: 134 From: Pikeville, NC, USA Registered: Feb 2000