- Premium materials for a decent price
- Balances comfort and support
- Forever warranty
- 12 inch height - 6 layers
- Gel infused foam & steel coils
- Excellent Edge Support
- Handmade in the USA
- No-Contact delivery
- Ships in 3-10 business days
- Different firmness options
- Engineered by Sealy
- Proprietary cooling cover
- Free shipping in average of 2-3 days
- High-Tech hybrid
- Very good back support
- Graphite-infused foam for cooling
Hybrid Mattress - Buying Guide
Hybrid technology in the mattress world does not bring an entirely different type of bed. Instead, it complements the existing mattresses by boosting their strengths and minimizing their weaknesses. By combining memory foam and innerspring, for instance, manufacturers can provide a mattress with an acceptable amount of bounce and motion isolation. These are the 2 main features that lack in all-foam and spring mattresses, respectively. Other benefits include better edge support, low noise, and above-average temperature management.
Choosing a Hybrid Mattress
Comfort in hybrid mattresses is proportional to the thickness of the foam section. Hybrid mattresses come in all heights ranging from 8" to 14". A large portion of this thickness comes from the springs. In light of this, take your time and examine the amount of materials used for the bed. Besides comfort, keep in mind that thick foam translates to long-lasting durability.
Quality of materials
Although thick foam will typically outdo a thin one in durability, don't forget that everything comes to quality. Generally, quality outshines quantity, especially when we're talking about mattress construction. It might not be an easy feat to determine every material's quality. However, it's hard to go wrong with most of the trusted brands in the industry. These include big names, such as Saatva, Casper, Dreamcloud, Purple, Layla, and Brooklyn.
Another tip when determining the quality of materials is to check for trustworthy certifications. For synthetic foams, Certi-PUR, Greenguard, and Oeko-Tex are signs of excellent quality. For all-natural materials, such as latex and cotton, look out for GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard).
Like buying any other type of mattress, it's critical to choose a hybrid mattress that meets your firmness requirements. If you prefer a plush hybrid mattress, you'll want to consider a mattress with a thick foam comfort section. Firm mattresses tend to have a thin comfort section because the idea is to let you experience the feel of the firm base itself.
Warranty and Trial Period
The best hybrid mattresses you can buy promise a good balance of support and comfort. But they don't always work for everyone. Before purchasing one online, double-check the manufacturer's trial policy. Manufacturers allow varying trial periods ranging from 30 days to 101 days.
Lastly, although hybrid mattresses come with some extra benefits, they also cost a little more than memory foam (most of the time). For peace of mind, go for a brand that covers the mattress against any manufacturing defects for at least 5 years. A 10-20-year warranty is much better.