|Item Weight||106 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||49 x 20 x 19.5 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA|
Brooklyn Bedding Latex Mattress Queen, Medium
|Price:||$750.00 & FREE Shipping|
- Available in three comfort levels to fit your individual sleep style
- Compressed and rolled into a 19" x 19" x 45" box your mattress is able to be shipped parcel directly to your door
- 2 inches of comfy Talalay Latex certified by Oeko-Tex 2015
- 2 inches of Dunlop Latex acting as a perfect transition from latex to the core layer
- Made in USA #bestmattressever
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Breathable and luxurious Talalay latex resting on Dunlop latex for a supportive and contouring surface be prepared to fall in love (or asleep!). 10 inch mattress comprised of 2 inches of Talalay Latex, 2 inches of Dunlop Latex, followed by a 6 inches of convoluted High Density Polyurethane foam.
Better quality of sleep and including a more comfortable temperature are possible with latex foam for the simple reason that latex does not retain heat; it has passageways for air and is a resilient foam which contours the shape of your body for proper spinal alignment. Latex also has a variety of other benefits: It's great for various bedroom activities, minimal motion transfer, very durable and resilient, hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant, and mold & mildew proof.
A well-designed, quality core significantly affects the durability and longevity of a mattress. We use a high density, convoluted poly foam block; perfect for longevity yet still comfortable so you don't bottom out. No matter the weight range, this core will not sag prematurely and will last for many years to come.
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|Item Dimensions||—||80 x 60 x 10 in||60 x 80 x 10 in||—||—||—|
|Item Firmness Description||—||medium||—||Extra Plush||Firm||firm|
|Material Type||10 inch mattress comprised of 2 inches of Talalay Latex, 2 inches of Dunlop Latex, followed by a 6 inches of convoluted High Density Polyurethane foam.||Foam||Avena, Memory Foam||Bamboo-Derived Rayon||other||Bamboo-derived rayon|
Top customer reviews
Customer Service - I wasn't sure if I should purchase the medium or the firm, so I used their chat feature to talk to Mario, who steered me towards the firm. I'm a side sleeper, for which they usually recommend a medium firmness, but I am a heavier person and I hate sleeping hot or sinking into a mattress. Mario thought the firm might be a better fit for me. He was very patient and answered all of my questions, and was not pushy like the salespeople I have been subjected to in the box mattress stores.
Delivery and Setup - my mattress arrived very quickly, and I was able to slide the box into my bedroom and tip it over onto my adjustable mattress frame by myself. From there it was easy to remove the plastic packaging and let the bed decompress. Don't worry if yours looks like a twin size when you first take it out of the box - there IS a larger mattress in there! I've attached some photos to show the difference when compressed.
Decompression - My mattress decompressed to the full 10" height in just a few hours,and I was able to sleep on it the first night. I did notice that my particular mattress is not the standard 60"x80" queen. Mine is just a fraction over 59" x 79.5". It's not really an issue, but I did notice a slight overhang from my mattress pad, which prompted me to measure the mattress.
NO chemical issues - I've had issues with box store mattresses due to the fireproofing chemicals that they use. I'm happy to say I had ZERO issues with chemical out-gassing from the Brooklyn Bed. It's been in my home for almost a month now, and I have not experienced the headaches and flu-like symptoms that I had experienced with my previous mattress purchases.
No odor - there was a slight latex smell the morning that I unwrapped the mattress, but 8 hours later it had almost completely disappeared. I only notice faint traces of it when I raise the mattress using my adjustable frame.
Well constructed - This seems to be a very solidly built mattress. I had tried out a latex mattress from Denver Mattress company prior to this, and the Brooklynn bed is much better quality in my opinion.
Free Trial Period - they give you plenty of time to make sure this mattress suits you, and offer a 100% money back refund if it doesn't. That is something most box stores just don't do. The only one I know of is Denver Mattress, and even then, they charge a shipping fee and exchange/pickup fee.
A Small Amount of Heat Retention - This mattress is not like the "I'm broiling inside my own skin" fire pit that a memory foam mattress is, but it does sleep warmer than a traditional innerspring mattress. If you live in a a cooler climate, I think this mattress would be ideal, but if you live in the hot and humid south like me, you may experience an issue with heat build-up in the summers. I think this may be due to the poly-foam layer that they quilt to the cotton cover. I have slept on a latex mattress topper with an organic cotton cover for many years and never had a heat issue. I think the poly foam layer may block the pin-holes in the latex, making it less breathable. A thick cotton mattress pad helped resolve my issues with this though.
Overall, this is a good mattress for the money. However, I have decided to return mine to do the firmness level. If you are a side sleeper like me, I HIGHLY recommend looking at the medium firm mattress instead. The "firm" version of this mattress is very firm indeed, and I have been waking up with hip, rib, and shoulder pain for the last 3 weeks, pain that I didn't have the first week I slept on the mattress.
Sleepopolis's YouTube review puts the medium firm mattress at an 8/10 on their firmness scale, but I'd say that this firm mattress is a 9.99/10. It's slightly softer than sleeping on a plush carpeted floor, but not much. My old latex mattress topper was a 28ILD, which is the same firmness as the top layer of the medium firm mattress (versus 34ILD in the top layer of the firm mattress). I should have stuck with the medium. Depending on how my return process goes, I may be reordering this mattress in the medium firmness level.
I'll try to remember and update this review after the return process is complete.
I ordered and received the Queen soft and boy were they right! The very first night I noted less pain in my hip and leg and did not have to rotate nearly as often. The second night (and up till now) there has been no pain and I only rotate because I want to and not because of pain. I mostly sleep on my right side on the very edge of the bed and there is plenty of "support" and not a chance of rolling off the bed. I am also able to sit on any edge of the bed and put on my socks with plenty of support. I write this review to make it very clear to those that are heavy like me and sleep on their side that the soft mattress is great for you and that support is not a problem. If you weigh under 300 pounds and are a side sleeper, do not be fooled into thinking you must get a medium or firm mattress. A side sleeper requires the softest supportive mattress and the Brooklyn Bedding soft is just the ticket! My wife weighs about 135 and she sleeps in all positions and also loves this mattress.