As always, let’s start off with the similarities. Both adjustable bases have wall hugging technology, but the 5D calls it wall snuggler. This is when the bed is able to move without altering your ability to reach your nightstand. Both have adjustable legs with the 5D being an option that screws in. The Leggett & Platt legs can be adjusted a lot easier and have a wider range of adjustment. Both have wireless remotes with pre-programmed positions, but the Prodigy 2.0 comes with a base and also has access to an app to control the bed. Finally, both have massage functions, but the Prodigy 2.0 gives you a full body massage.
That is where the similarities stop. That is also where the features of the Reverie 5D stop as well. The Prodigy 2.0 is going to blow the Reverie 5D out of the water with features when they are put toe-to-toe.
Extra Prodigy Features
USB ports on both sides, under bed lighting, sleep timer, gentle alarm and anti-snore feature just name a few. The main feature is the lack of a retention bar. The 5D does have 4 corner bars that keep the mattress in place, but the Prodigy 2.0 goes above that.
The new microhook system features two strips through the middle of the bed that keep your mattress in place no matter what position the base is in. Now you no longer need a mattress retainer bar. For those of you who plan on using a dust ruffle, you will still need the retainer bar. Fortunately, it is still included with your adjustable base.
The clear winner here is the Leggett & Platt Prodigy 2.0 adjustable base. But, if the new features don't matter to you the Reverie 5D adjustable base will provide a quality base for the money.