Lull Bed Reviews – You’ve Seen The Rest Now Read The Best

Lull bed reviews

The Lull Bed reviews I read online talk about the feel of an expensive memory foam mattress but at a fraction of the cost. I decided to dig around to see if this was true. I found there’s a lot more to these mattresses that you need to know. Read on to find out if this mattress will lull you to sleep!


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The Lull Bed reviews I read online talk about the feel of an expensive memory foam mattress but at a fraction of the cost. I decided to dig around to see if this was true. I found there’s a lot more to these mattresses that you need to know. Read on to find out if this mattress will lull you to sleep!

Full disclosure: When you click on a link in this post and it takes you to buy something on, we receive a commission for referring you to that page. This is done at not cost to you. We appreciate you buying your mattress and bedding from our recommendation.


Updated October 2017

If you are suffering from too many aches and pains, visiting the chiropractor far too often or not getting enough sleep as a result of your mattress, you’ve landed here because you know this can’t go on. You are too tired and grumpy!

You’ve also heard about a number of toxins inside a traditional memory foam mattress. You want your next mattress to contain less toxic substances so it doesn’t reduce the quality of the air you breathe at night whilst you are sound asleep.

Shopping for a new mattress store to store? Ugh! Too much choice.  Too much overwhelm. Too confusing. Too much hassle. Not enough time. I get it!

So let’s look at what you may want in your new mattress:

  • Comfort
  • Support
  • Doesn’t cost too much money
  • Less toxic
  • Will last a few years
  • Not time-consuming to buy
  • Easy to return if you don’t like it.

In this blog post, I am going to summarize all I have learned from the Lull Bed reviews of people who have purchased this mattress online. Does it meet the criteria above? Let’s see.



Pros and Cons

I don’t want to waste your valuable time.

If the pros and cons I’ve listed below interest you, then please continue to read my investigation of the Lull bed reviews I found online.

Made with Certi-PUR certified memory foam which is healthier than normal uncertified memory foam.As with unpacking any rolled up memory foam mattress, there is an initial smell from the plastic covering the mattress (called “off gassing”). This smell will go away after 24 hours.
Has a gel infused foam top which is supposed to regulate your body handles on the side of the mattress. So it’s not as easy to manoeuvre if you are rotating or moving it.
Long 100 night trial period. If you don’t want to keep it, they send someone out to pick it up and remove it. The mattress then gets recycled.Can’t flip the mattress like standard spring mattresses.
Delivered in a box the size of a mini-fridge. Convenient size to move around and unpack.There are no stores so you can't lay on it before buying it.
Bought online, Lull cuts out showrooms and the sales people so that it is priced to be affordable.Lull will not take away your old mattress.
The mattress is delivered right to your door. FedEx Ground takes 1-4 business days depending upon where you live.The cover is not machine washable.
Suits people with back problems.
Suits people that are larger and heavy-set.
Customize your comfort by using additional Lull covers and pads.
Table 1: Pros and Cons of the Lull Bed


  • 4.9 out of 5 Google Trusted rating
  • Amazon:

– Overall rating of 4.2 stars out of a possible 5

– 67 out of 84 reviews were verified as people who bought the  Lull Mattress. That means that 80% of the 4.2 rating comes from real genuine buyers. That’s good!

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Lull Bed Features Overview

The basics you need to know

  • Designed for older children over the age of five through adult.
  • Standard mattress sizes available in the Full, Queen, Cal King,  King, Twin XL, Twin. The Twin XL is great for taller teenagers. Some people in the Lull mattress reviews I read on put two Twin XL’s together to create an “Eastern King” sized bed. Also, depending upon your home, it is easier to maneuver a twin sized mattress up and down tight staircases.
  • 10 inches thick with 3 layers of different foam.
  • Cover is removable for spot removal of stains but not machine washable.
  • Only available to buy online. This simplifies the buying process to be only a click away from the convenience of your own home.
  • 10 year warranty period.
  • Hypoallergenic.
  • Constructed in the United States.

Table 2: Lull Mattress Sizes and Dimensions
Image supplied with the kind permission of Lull

The stuff you probably didn’t know

When you are comparing the Lull mattress to the other mattresses you are thinking of buying, here are features that really set it apart from other memory foam mattresses. These are the type of things that really make your investment in a Lull mattress really stretch your dollar further.

  • The foam itself and the layering combination is proprietary to Lull. This means experience you get with sleeping on a Lull mattresses cannot be repeated in any other mattress on the market. This experience targets spinal alignment for better support. It targets responsiveness in the mattress for better comfort. This way you don’t get that “sinking feeling” like with other memory foam mattresses and you don’t feel the bed roll every time your sleeping partner moves in the bed. And finally, it targets a longer lasting mattress (no premature sagging) through 7 inches of core foam at the bottom of the mattress. I’ll explore this experience in more detail later in the review.


  • Free mattress return if you are not happy after 100 nights sleeping on the Lull bed. Although many other companies that now sell mattresses online also offer a trial period, some of those companies expect you to send your used mattress back to them at your own cost. Lull will pick it up from your home free of charge with no questions asked if you decide not to keep it.


  • Environmentally-friendly. I review many Certi-PUR certified memory foam mattresses. This makes the mattresses good for the environment since it’s been tested to contain no ozone depleters. However, Lull takes their concern for the environment further. The production of their mattresses uses a process that results in a lower carbon footprint. In addition, being a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council means they look at the impact of their product on their environment is a more responsible way.

Why is this mattress safer to sleep on?

Since you spend about eight hours every day on the mattress, you want something that is well constructed from materials that won’t cause an allergic reaction. What’s inside a mattress should be incredibly important to you. You should know what materials you are breathing in and what’s resting against you skin for those eight hours a night.

Certified memory foam

Having passed certification from the Certi-PUR organization, you can be confident that your Lull mattress contains:

  • No ozone depleters
  • No PBDE, TDCPP and TCEP flame retardants
  • No mercury, lead, and other heavy metals
  • No formaldehyde
  • No phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions for indoor air quality (less than 0.5 parts per million).

Unlike other Lull Bed reviews, I did not want to gloss over thie Certi-PUR certification. It’s really important to your health to sleep on a non-toxic mattress.

No flame retardant

Most mattresses are treated with chemical flame retardants like TDCPP, PBDE and TCEP.

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With the Lull bed, its unique engineering stops a fire in the mattress from intensifying. How? Lull uses a fire retardant sock around the mattress rather than chemicals to slow down a fire. That means you get fewer harmful and toxic chemicals and the mattress still passes federal fire regulations.

Why Is This Mattress Better For The Environment?

No ozone depleters

The ozone layer is the stratosphere around the earth that protects us from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. Ozone depleters, therefore, are chemical substances used in the production of a mattress that erodes the beneficial ozone layer. The Lull bed has been certified as containing no ozone depleters.

Lower carbon footprint

A carbon footprint refers to the volume of carbon dioxide produced by a company in manufacturing their product. Lull considers their carbon footprint consciously by:

1. Rolling up and compressing their mattresses into a cardboard box the size of a mini-fridge. Lull estimates this cuts down packaging materials by 70%, which is substantial. Imagine how much more packaging would be required if Lull had to put a box on each mattress that was flat and fully expanded like you see in the mattress shops?

Image supplied with the kind permission of Lull

2. Less petrol used on delivery runs. In any size delivery truck, you can pack more compressed mattresses in a small box compared to a couple of life-size mattresses. A van can make more deliveries without having to come back to the warehouse to fill up his truck. That’s how Lull saves on petrol and additional pollution. Contrast this to the mattress store scenario. The manufacturer transports an order of mattresses to the store. The store (typically) organizes for delivery to your home. See how the store delivery and transport scenario involves two steps vs. the Lull scenario which just involves one step? The Lull mattress goes from their warehouse and gets delivered straight to your front door.

3. Being a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. This means that Lull makes every effort to produce and distribute their products in a way that minimizes the impact on our planet.

4. The company either donate or responsibly recycle mattresses that are returned to them during the 100 day trial period. They do not try to re-sell the mattress.

Lull mattress green and eco friendly

Image supplied with the kind permission of Lull

Dispose of your mattress responsibly

Like a lot of mattress makers, Lull does not pick up and dispose of your old mattress when your new mattress gets delivered.

Unlike other mattress makers, Lull is the only one I know to include a guide on their website to help (and encourage) the consumer to dispose of their mattress responsibly.

Why is mattress construction so important?

Mattresses construction is very important to the support and comfort provided by a mattress.

When you are comparing the Lull mattresses against other mattresses, be sure to compare the thickness and purpose of each layer to get a better idea of which mattress will be more comfortable for you and which mattress represents better value for money.

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Table 3: The construction of the Lull Bed

The Comfort Layer

The top layer is made with 1.5 inches of viscoelastic foam. This is regular memory foam.

However people sell you memory foam, remember it’s sourced from petroleum-based products. That’s why the Certi-PUR or certified foam is better for you than non-certified foam. But it’s still made from chemicals! You can check a selection of natural or organic mattresses if you prefer fewer chemicals.

Some mattress companies infuse gel into the top layer of the memory foam mattress to break up the dense foam, creating more air flow and absorb body heat. The idea is, with more air flowing between you and the top of your mattress, you will stay cool and comfortable.

Compared to a memory foam mattress that is 2 or 3 inches thick at the top, the 1.5″ top layer of the Lull mattress has less of the “sinking” feeling. That makes it easy to move around.

The Transition Layer

Notice that Lull has made the support layer also 1.5 inches thick. Most manufacturers commonly make this layer 2-3 inches. The thinner layer, again, helps minimize that “sinking” feeling that is normally associated with memory foam, so you can move around and get in and out of bed without trouble. It’s this layer that is responsible for ensuring you don’t feel your sleeping partner move in the night.

The Support Layer

Combined with the Transition Layer, the Support Layer ensures your spine stays in alignment and your hips and shoulders are comfortable.

Being 7 inches thick and made with high-density polyurethane foam, this is the backbone of the mattress and will minimize premature sagging.

How is this mattress comfortable?

Motion transfer

According to the Lull Bed reviews I saw, the top layer’s gel-infused memory foam supposedly reduces tossing and turning.

Lull says on their website:

Sleep hot?

The gel-infused top layer is designed to keep the body at the perfect temperature all night. Having said that, thermal imaging tests carried out by The Sleep Judge, concluded that

Edge Support

If you sit on the edge of your mattress to put your shoes and socks on, people are generally disappointed with the edge support of memory foam mattresses. From the Lull bed reviews I read, you won’t fall off the edge of your bed.

How much support is provided?

The difficulty with reviewing the firmness of a foam mattress is that everyone has their own definition of firm.

Some people said in their Lull Bed reviews that the mattress wasn’t firm but rather “supportive.”

Others felt it was too firm and have added on a feather mattress top.

Lull provided the guide below on their website:

Image supplied with the kind permission of Lull

From the Lull Mattress reviews I saw, people who were side sleepers appreciated the mattress the most. They found the foam conformed to their body but also stabilized, reducing pain in hips, shoulders, and neck. If you have hip problems and you sleep on your side, your shoulders and hips will sink in just enough to leave your spine aligned. That reduces back pain.

Based on the Lull Bed reviews I found, the best way I can describe the firmness of this Lull mattress is that you do sink into the foam mattress, but it’s not like a waterbed. The mattress stays firm and doesn’t move around as you move like the waterbed did.

Here is an independent view provided by Consumer Reports on the firmness of the Lull Mattress. On a scale of 1 (very soft) through to 10 (very firm), Consumer Reports rated the Lull bed a 6 out of 10 for firmness.

Image supplied with the kind permission of Lull

Memory Foam vs Springs

Some of the people who wrote Lull Mattress reviews preferred the feel of a coil spring mattress rather than being enveloped in the firmness of a foam mattress. Choosing memory foam vs. spring mattress does come down to personal preference.

But, if you are willing to make the change to a memory foam mattress, give yourselves time to “break-in” your mattress. Every day, people “break-in” new shoes. They “break-in” a new job. Give it 30 days for your body to adapt to a brand new mattress. This is why the 100 Night Trial is such a good thing to take advantage of. Accept it will take that time for you to feel comfortable after the transition.


What’s the Unboxing Experience like?

How Can You Make Your Lull Mattress Last Longer?

Weight Limit

If and your sleeping partner weigh up to 250 lbs each, your Lull mattress will last longer than if both of you weigh more than 500 lbs combined. If it’s you and two dogs, the recommended weight limit is still 500 lbs.

If it’s you and two dogs, the recommended weight limit is still 500 lbs.

Rotate your mattress

Since the Lull bed is only one-sided, you can’t flip it. Rotating your mattress every month  – for the first 3 months – and then every 3 months thereafter is a great way to lengthen the life of your mattress. To make it easy to remember, what I do is every time the season changes, we rotate our memory foam mattress.

To rotate your mattress, move the top of the bed, to the bottom. Keep going in the same direction (clockwise) every time you rotate the mattress.

How Does The Lull Mattress Compare?

Lull vs Tempurpedic

The Lull mattress is about ⅕ of the price of the Tempurpedic. When comparing price Lull vs Tempurpedic, Lull comes out on top.

The Lull bed can be purchased directly from Lull and will arrive in about 1-4 business days via FedEx. You also can purchase from Amazon and have it arrive the next day using Amazon Prime. In comparison, Tempurpedic takes weeks after they receive your order. The Tempurpedic is large and bulky. Looking at delivery times for Lull vs Tempurpedic, Lull wins.

What about convenient delivery in the Lull vs Tempurpedic challenge? The Lull mattress arrives rolled up in a small box.

Like a mattress that bounces back? Lull vs Tempurpedic, the Lull recovers faster than Tempurpedic. This is useful when you’re asleep so you don’t get that”stuck” feeling when you move and switch positions in bed.

Lull vs Tempurpedic, they are both good at temperature management.

The result of the Lull vs Tempurpedic challenge? The bottom line is that you have better options with Lull. They offer 100 days of sleeping on their mattress to decide if you like it. You don’t lose any money if you decide to return it. Tempurpedic is usually 30 days and then they may charge a restocking fee.

Lull vs Novosbed

Like Lull, the Novosbed can also be ordered directly from the manufacturer’s website. You can choose among three levels of firmness. Lull only offers one.

If you want more variety in the firmness offered, go with Novosbed. But remember, you can adjust the firmness and softness of the Lull with pads, or you can get it built-in with the Novosbed. Novosbed is more expensive than the Lull.  

The Lull bed is 10” and Novosbed is 11” and more foam. However, Novosbed does not offer a special cooling top layer. So if you sleep hot, Lull vs Novosbed, I’d go for Lull.

Would I choose Lull vs Novosbed? This one is more of a toss-up. 

Lull vs Leesa

Thie Lull vs Leesa comparison is probably the most difficult to make. It’s like comparing Honda and Toyota.  

They both are 10”.

They both use three layers of foam.

They are about the same in cost.

Mmmmm, no clear winner coming out for the Lull vs Leesa comparison yet!

Both mattresses arrive compressed via an independent delivery service within a few days after ordering.

Both mattresses have a 100 day trial where you get a full refund, and they will pick up the mattress so you don’t have to send it back.

So based on the Lull mattress reviews I’ve seen, the Lull vs Leesa comparison is even up to now.

What’s the main difference for Lull vs Leesa mattress? Leesa uses an egg crate top layer to provide airflow and extra bounce. Lull uses the cooling gel-injected foam that provides a cushier experience. Tough choice here for Lull vs Leesa.

Lull vs Tuft & Needle

The Tuft & Needle mattress is less expensive than the Lull.

Both mattresses are constructed similarly in that they’re 3 layers and 10 inches thick.

They are both made from foam.

OK this Lull vs Tuft and Needle comparison is proving difficult as well!

They both have 100-day trials where they will pick up your mattress if needed. Tuft and Needle will donate the mattress you return to charity. For any mattresses returned to them, Lull will donate the mattress or responsibly recycle that mattress.

The big difference for Lull vs Tuft & Needle is the way each mattress is constructed.

The Lull bed uses a memory foam on the top with the cooling gel injected. And that memory foam allows it to isolate motion slightly better in independent tests. So if you sleep next to someone at night, you’re not as affected by their motion.

The Tuft & Needle uses a specialty polyfoam for its comfort level which provides a firmer experience. My research from the Lull mattress reviews vs. Tuft & Needle mattress reviews picked up that you sink into the Tuft & Needle a little less than the same weight on a Lull.

So, the Tuft & Needle is more similar to a standard coil mattress where you feel more on it. Some people think of this as the mattress pressing back rather than you sinking in.  If you have back or hip pain, you may want to go with the Lull so your body can sink in letting your spine be better aligned. So for me, the clear winner in the challenge of Lull vs Tuft & Needle is Lull.

Lull vs Casper

The Casper mattress is 9.5” compared to Lull’s 10”.

Additionally, Casper’s top layer is made with latex. If you’re allergic to latex, you will want to choose the Lull.

Both companies provide a 100 night trial period for a risk-free investment. Lull and Casper also both offer free shipping with quick delivery.

From extensively comparing Lull mattress reviews vs Casper mattress reviews, Casper feels bouncier and more like a coil mattress. This is something that’s more of a personal preference, and you’d have to try it out yourself to decide what you prefer.

The Casper mattress is better for side sleepers because it is softer. The Lull has been reported as better for side, back and stomach sleepers.

On the price side for Lull vs Casper, Casper is more expensive than the Lull.

Frequently Asked Questions Sourced from Lull Bed Reviews

How firm is the Lull Mattress?

It is a firm mattress. My research shows people with back problems may do well with a firmer mattress. It depends upon your definition of firm.  In their Lull mattress reviews, some people felt the Lull mattress was “supportive”. Others felt the mattress was too hard, but their spouse loved it. So they would add in a feather topper to make it feels more comfortable to them.  Others thought the foam mattress supported them rather than the feeling of being pushed back like a standard firm spring mattress.

This mattress, like any mattress, will soften up over time so mattresses start out a bit too firm intentionally. Call Lull Customer Service and they will send a special topper that’s just the gel.

Lull also offer a support layer if you feel their mattress is too soft. There is nothing bouncy about this mattress and it absorbs motion thanks to its memory foam top layer.

If you’re used to a consistent firmness with regular spring mattresses, you may find this very different. In their online Lull Bed reviews, people reported sinking down when sitting on the edge of the bed.

The body-conforming material of the memory foam mattress helps prevent disturbances caused by your partner moving around during the night if you share the bed with someone.

How long does delivery take?

The mattress is delivered right to your door. FedEx Ground takes 1-4 business days depending upon where you live. They will provide a tracking number once it’s shipped so you can track it.

Is there a smell?

In some of the Lull mattress review I read, some people said there may be an initial smell from the plastic covering the mattress. This smell (called “off gassing”) is common for memory foam mattress. This smell will go away after 24 hours for sure. Lull said it should fully expand in two to four hours, but give it six hours to fully open out before sleeping on it.

This is what I did to completely eliminate any “chemical” smell with my memory foam mattress:

1. Let the mattress full expand

2. Lay it on its side

3. Put it near a window and in the sun

4. Leave for 1-2 days.

Does the foam get hard in cold weather?

No.  Lull does recommend that their mattress be used between 63-70 degrees for best results.

Should I use a mattress pad?

Yes. Lull recommends using some form of protection to keep mattress clean. Just be certain it’s the correct size so you’re not compressing the mattress down.

Will this mattress sag?

Every mattress will sag over time. And there are things you can do to slow down this aging sagging process before you need to completely replace your mattress. But Lull is the first manufacturer I’ve seen that have you covered in the mattress warrant if your Lull bed sags greater than 1”.

Is the Lull Mattress Antibacterial/Anti-Microbial/Anti-Dust Mites/Anti-Allergen?

Due to the density of the memory foam, it prevents the accumulation of allergens. But if you want to be 100% certain, you may want to use a zippered allergen case.

Do I have to do anything special when it arrives?

No. Just take off the plastic and watch it expand. The mattress arrives in a box that is as tall as the mattress is wide. It’s rolled up super tightly. Lull describes the box as the size of a large mini fridge and is 19” x 19” x 43”.

Then you just wait six hours and it’s ready for sleeping on. You don’t need to air it out and there should be no residual chemical smells after removing the plastic covering.

Do I need to have a boxspring for the Lull Mattress?

The manufacturer strongly recommends putting the memory foam mattress on a boxspring or bedframe. The bedframe needs the slats no further apart than 3” to provide proper support.

How thick is the Lull Mattress?

It’s ten inches thick.

Can you turn the Lull Mattress Over?

You can rotate it, but it’s not designed to be flipped over like standard coil mattresses.

Additionally, they did not put handles on this mattress which makes it difficult to manipulate.

Is this mattress good for Side/Stomach/Back Sleepers?

Most mattresses are specialized for one sleeping position. With Lull mattresses, it’s good for sleeping on your back, stomach, or your side. This is helpful if you sleep with someone and they tend to sleep in a different position.

Is this mattress good for someone who is pregnant?

Yes, it provides support while allowing your hips and shoulders to sink in. That cradles the belly providing necessary support. You may not need a special pillow to keep your spine aligned.

Is this mattress good for someone who Is Overweight?

Yes, it provides support where most needed without wearing out and sagging but only up to 250 lbs.

Is this mattress good for someone with back pain?

Yes, it provides the proper support while allowing your spine to stay in alignment while sleeping.

Can I try it out in a store?

No. The Lull mattress is only available for purchase online. They have the 100 day trial so you can try sleeping on it. What if you don’t like this mattress? Contact Lull before the 100 day trial period is over. If you contact them early, they will be able to offer suggestions to accommodate your concerns. If you decide you’re not a foam mattress person, they will pick it up from your home and refund your full purchase price.

Then the mattress will be recycled according to standards set by the Mattress Recycling Council.

Can I wash the mattress cover?

The top layer cover is made from a high quality stretchy material. Since it’s made from man-made materials, it should be comfortable, cool, and reduce the chance of an allergic reaction. While can take off the cover, it’s not machine washable. Lull recommends doing spot treatments only.

What does the 10 year warranty cover?

10 year in defects covering sag of the mattress greater than 1”, flaws in the cover zipper and flaws in the mattress construction.

Can you trust Lull as a company?

Lull is based in Santa Barbara, California. They strive to create American jobs and partner exclusively with suppliers who exemplify the same values and standards they are committed to maintaining.

The founder wanted to create a better shopping experience after feeling annoyed with the standard showroom experiences. And he was committed to crafting an environmentally friendly alternative for foam mattresses.

That commitment ensured that they were able to create some proprietary foam layers that you were not able to get anywhere else.

Better Business Bureau rating

Lull also enjoys an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). That’s the highest available and means that there haven’t been any complaints about the company, its products or its customer service. A lot of Lull Bed reviews actually don’t mention this rating. The BBB rating is a sign of credibility and trust. This is super-important when buying a mattress online.


Lull knows when you are buying a mattress sight-unseen, you need to try it and return it if it doesn’t suit you. Because they are fully online and you purchase direct, you save a large amount of money. Their 100 day trial gives you plenty of time to decide if the mattress works for you or not.

The company is also very responsive. They respond to questions on Amazon. They have a chat feature on their website and are very responsive.

You can call their toll-free number. And you can email if they have questions or concerns.

They are committed to providing a delightful experience to their customers.

Giving back

Lull works with a variety of charities around the United States donating mattresses. And they are involved in their local community of Santa Barbara. Once again, a lot of Lull Bed reviews don’t mention that this mattress company gives back to the community.

Accessories For Your Lull Mattress

Lull recommends using normal sheets that are the proper size so it’s not compressing the mattress.

They also recommend using a mattress pad to protect the mattress and its cover.

No mattress is dust-mite or bed bug-resistant. If you are worried or allergic, I recommend a mite resistant mattress cover.

Suits these kinds of foundations:

Before You Buy, Consider This

How do you know if it’s really time to invest in a new mattress? Can you squeeze some more time from your existing mattress? Check out these articles on my site to see if you’re ready:

Final verdict

You can’t go wrong with a 100 day trial and excellent customer service.

Most companies recommend at least thirty days to evaluate. Foam mattresses are often firmer when they first arrive and you need time to get used to the mattress just like it needs some time to get used to you.

People either love or hate the feel of memory foam. With Lull, you can try it out to decide if it’s good for you.

I hope you have found this post better than all the other Lull Bed reviews online!

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Lee - June 30, 2017 Reply

Very good review. Thank you for providing such detail.

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