Review of DreamCloud mattress: A comfy hybrid mattress with plenty of support

Review of DreamCloud mattress: A comfy hybrid mattress with plenty of support ...

The DreamCloud mattress is owned by Nectar Sleep, a company I know and love. The mattress also comes with memory foam, and other premium materials that make this bed a comfortable and comfortable choice for about anyone wanting to invest a little extra dough into their.

The DreamCloud mattress has been added to its comfort zone.

  • Thick, 14-inch construction makes for a very supportive bed
  • Ideal for all body types, especially heavy
  • Responsive feel doesn't make you feel "stuck"
  • Suitable for all sleeping positions
  • People under 150 pounds might not need the added support
  • A little expensive for those on a tight budget

First impressions

I had very high expectations when it came to picking this mattress, but let's just say that it was like a plush cloud I wanted to jump into, and it's almost too beautiful to put over (although I definitely recommend that you do). I mean, even the cover is nicer than a lot of the sweaters I own, being that it's partly made with soft, cozy cashmere.

It doesn't seem like I've tested this hybrid mattress before, but it's nice to switch positions even though it's densely packed. So, it's easy to switch positions if you're someone who tosses and turns during the night, but I don't think I'd need to pull myself out of a memory-foam cocoon to switch sides.

Firmness

The flagship DreamCloud mattress is the goldilocks of firmness levels. It's not too firm, but it's not too soft, either. It's right in the middle, around a medium or 5 out of 10 on the firmness scale, with 10 being the highest. That means it's soft enough when I'm on my side to gently cradle my shoulder and hip joints, yet supportive enough when I'm on my back to keep my spine in a straight alignment

Comfort

The DreamCloud mattress is thinner than most bed-in-a-box mattresses, with a height of 14 inches. Combined with its hybrid construction (both coils and foam), you have yourself one supportive sleeping surface.

First is a thin layer of foam, which serves as the base to support the rest of the layers, especially the pocketed coils above.

2. Second from the bottom is a thick layer of individually wrapped pocketed coils, which makes the bed so comfortable and durable.

3. A layer of foam helps transition into comfort foam layers.

4. A gel memory foam layer adds pressure relief and improved temperature regulation than standard memory foam.

5. The cover is made of polyester, rayon, and super soft cashmere, and it's also quilted with memory foam underneath for even more added comfort and plushness.

You'll notice that you won't be able to remove the cover from the mattress, so in the event of a spill, you'll need to spot-clean it with hot water and a mild detergent.

The pillow top on the DreamCloud mattress features a plush, textured pillow finish.

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The DreamCloud mattress is a hybrid bed that incorporates memory foam and pocketed coils, and as I mentioned above, the coils really help offset the syrupy feel that often corresponds to memory foam. In addition, the foam layers and airy pillow top work together to make the bed feel plush and snuggly.

Isolation of motion

If your partner loses bed or moves quickly, you may experience a bounce and motion transfer, but that's tough to avoid with a hybrid mattress as thick as the DreamCloud. The motion isolation isn't stellar on this mattress, but I don't think this should deter you from getting this bed if its other qualities are worth it to you.

The only exception would be if you're a very light sleeper whose most important feature in a mattress is 10 out of 10 motion isolation. In that case, I'd recommend a memory-foam mattress entirely made from foam.

Edge assistance

The edge support is a bit wonky right out of the box, but give the mattress a day or so to fully inflate and the edges will feel comfortable and supportive. This is important if you're someone who sleeps all the way to the side of the mattress, whether it's because you sleep with another person or because you just like living on the edge (this is the mattress equivalent of a dad joke).

After testing the edge support on DreamCloud, we can say it has passed with flying colors.

Temperature

The DreamCloud hybrid mattress is the Goldilocks of mattress firmness levels, and I might say the same about its temperature, too. It doesn't sleep hot like a stereotypical memory-foam mattress, but it doesn't sleep cold either. Instead, outside factors like your pajamas or room temperature will probably play a bigger role in how hot or cold you sleep.

Who is the best mattress for?

In the DreamCloud mattress' case, here's the reason for its strength and design.

Is DreamCloud a good mattress for you? What about your back and? People who are comfortable with all sleeping situations, including side, back, stomach, and combination, will like this mattress as long as you don't want something very soft or very firm. I think people who use all sleeping positions, including side, back, and stomach, will like it. If you prefer it, there are small side sleepers who require more back support, or heavy back and stomach sleepers over 230 pounds who need more back support.

People over 150 pounds will find the DreamCloud mattress to be supportive and well-equipped. are especially great for those who have more weight on them because they offer longer-lasting support and durability.

If you do not want the extra support the coils offer, you may not be able to adjust the mattress to suit your needs.

Price Comparison

Size

Measurements

Price

Twin

38x75 inches

$1,198

Twin XL

38x80 inches

$1,298

Full

54x74 inches

$1,498

Queen

60x80 inches

$1,598

King

76x80 inches

$1,798

Cal king

72x84 inches

$1,798

Size of the box

Measurements

Price

Twin

38x75 inches in height

$1,198

Twin XL

38x80 inches tall

$1,298 USD

Full of features

54x74 inches in diameter

$1,498

Queen Elizabeth II

60x80 inches

$1,598 million

King

76x80 inches tall

$1,798 per page

Cal king is the spiritual beast.

72x84 inches

$1,798

Size of the dumpster

Measurements

Prix

Twin

38x75 inches long

$1,198

Twin XL

38x80 inches in length

$1,298

Full service

54x74 inches deep

$1,498 USD

Queen Elizabeth II

60x80 inches tall

$1,598

King

The size of the piece is 76x80 inches wide.

$1,798 USD

Cal king

72x84 inches (72x84 inches)

$1,798

For a thick, luxurious mattress complete with pocketed coils and cashmere in the cover, I thought this bed would cost a lot more. It lists for around $1,600, but DreamCloud has been known to discount this mattress up to $500 or more. Obviously a grand isn't cheap by any means, but for what you're getting out of this bed, I'd say it's a good investment for those who can afford it.

Shipping, warranty, and trial are all included in the trial.

If you have any questions about learning about DreamCloud, you can rest easy knowing that it has some of the most generous policies in the industry. You'll get free shipping, free returns, an entire year (365 nights) to try out your bed, and a warranty policy that literally lasts a lifetime

The mattress you open out of the box won't smell so fresh (think the new car smell). But don't worry, it's simply a result of the production and being compressed inside of plastic wrap, and the smell will dissipate shortly after being poured out. You should also give it a day or two before you judge the firmness level.

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The final verdict is released by the Supreme Court.

Both people sleep on the DreamCloud mattress and love it, and now I know why. It's a comfortable memory-foam mattress that does not have an overbearing memory-foam feel, its price is very reasonable, and its feel and firmness are so neutral that I can see almost anyone enjoying it regardless of their sleeping position.

If you want to purchase this mattress, you might get it.

  • You want a responsive, pillow-top mattress.
  • You want a supportive, thick mattress with coils (heavy individuals).
  • You want a premium bed-in-a-box mattress.
  • You value a long trial and strong warranty policy.
  • You sleep on your side, back, stomach or a combination of them all.

If:

  • You weigh under 150 pounds and sleep on your side (you might want a softer bed).
  • You weigh over 230 pounds and sleep on your back or stomach (you may want a firmer bed).
  • A $1,000 mattress is out of your budget.
  • You want a true, traditional memory-foam bed.

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives

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