Nest Bedding is one of the first direct-to-consumer companies to sell bed-in-a-box mattresses. With a lineup of 6 different mattresses, Nest mattresses are created with every different sleeper in consideration. Nest Bedding Vs Helix
The Nest Bedding Alexander Memory Foam mattress combines a premium quality, superior density memory foam and a soft quilted top to provide a plethora of benefits of name brand memory foam mattresses without off-gassing, and at a reasonable price.
Designed and crafted in America using locally-sourced materials, providing evenly–distributed pressure relief at an economical price, the Alexander mattress was ranked at the top of most review sites as the most cozy bed.
All of their beds can be found in multiple relaxation firmness options, and with 2 memory foam mattresses, 3 hybrid models, and 1 latex, I’m sure you’ll definitely be able to find the feel and support that you prefer. So, no matter if you’re lighter, heavier, sleep on your side, or you deal with chronic pain, Nest Bedding can match your preferences on at least one of their beds.
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Alexander Signature: The Alexander Signature mattress uses memory foam. The comfort layer has 4 layers: a quilted cover made of cotton and polyester, an uppermost layer of 4 PCF memory foam, a center layer of 4 PCF polyfoam, and a bottom layer of transitional polyfoam. The support core is constructed with 1.8 PCF polyfoam. The Alexander Signature is available in 2 firmness levels: Luxury Firm and Medium.
Alexander Signature Hybrid: The comfort layer of the Alexander Signature Hybrid features 4 layers: an uppermost layer of 4 PCF memory foam, another layer of quilted 3.5 PCF polyfoam, a third layer of copper-treated 3.5 PCF gel polyfoam, and a base layer of 1.8 PCF transitional polyfoam. The support core was built with individually wrapped coils, and the cover is built with polyester and rayon. The Alexander Signature Hybrid is offered in 3 firmness levels: Medium, Plush, and Luxury Firm. Nest Bedding Vs Helix
Love & Sleep: The Love & Sleep memory foam mattress is made with layers of 2.8 PCF memory foam and polyfoam from the comfort layer. The support center is designed from 1.8 PCF polyfoam. The Love & Sleep is available in 2 firmness levels: Medium and Luxury Firm.
Alexander Hybrid Luxury Contour: The Alexander Hybrid Luxury Contour highlights a comfort system with 3 layers: a cover built with 2.5 PCF copper-infused, phase-change gel memory foam; a center layer of 3 PCF polyfoam; and a base layer of 4 PCF memory foam. The support center is built with a high-density polyfoam edge reinforcement and pocketed.
Hybrid Latex: The Hybrid Latex mattress has 1 layer of Dunlop latex in the comfort layer. The support core is built with pocketed coils and a bottom layer of 1.8 PCF high-density polyfoam. The cover is made from a blend of cotton and wool.
Latex Mattress: The Latex Mattress is available in ‘Blended Latex’ and ‘Organic Latex’ variants; the variants share the same general structure, but differ substantially in terms of price-point with the Organic option being more expensive. Furthermore, the Latex Mattress is offered in three firmness levels. The ‘Soft w/topper’ option features a comfort layer made from soft Dunlop latex, in addition to a 3 inch Dunlop latex topper. This variant is more pricey because of the inclusion of the topper. The ‘Medium’ and ‘Firm’ models go without the topper; the ‘Medium’ has a soft Dunlop latex comfort layer and a firm Dunlop latex support center, while the ‘Firm’ uses a firm Dunlop latex comfort layer and a soft Dunlop latex support center.
In my opinion, the Alex Signature Series (memory foam) and the Alex Signature Hybrid are great mattresses, especially given the price.
Check out my complete review of the Nest Alexander Signature Hybrid below to find out everything you need to know about Nest Bedding mattresses. Nest Bedding Vs Helix
The 3 distinct firmness options of the Alexander Signature Hybrid all make use of the same general structure, but with somewhat varying foams and densities. Each bed starts with 8 inches of individually-wrapped support coils. The second layer is 1 inch of “SmartFlow” support polyfoam, that’s intended to increase airflow and aids with heat retention. Each firmness level makes use of 3 PCF (lbs per cubic foot foam in this layer. The subsequent layer is 1.5” of either 2.5 PCF copper-infused “Energex” polyfoam (Plush), 3.5 PCF copper-treated Energex polyfoam (Medium) or 4.5 PCF slow-recovery memory foam (Luxury Firm). The final layer is 1.5 inches of “TitanChil” cooling polyfoam. The bed cover is 1.5 inches of 4 PCF gel-infused memory foam inside a quilted, cooling fabric. This provides a soft texture.
The Alexander Signature Hybrid is available in 3 firmness settings: Plush (3), Medium (5) and a Luxury Firm (8). Firmness level is measured on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being the least firm and 10 being the most firm. You can choose between Plush, Medium, and Luxury firm. Weight will make an impact on what you would prefer. Generally, heavier people prefer firmer beds while lighter people generally discover they can get more hug and shape on softer mattresses.
Hybrids usually do not isolate motion as well as all-foam beds usually do, due to the fact that inner-springs permit motion to more easily transfer through the surface of the bed. The Alexander Signature Hybrid, however, has several foam layers above its springs. These foam layers help the mattress absorb motion to a large extent. As soon as I turned and tossed next to my spouse, you couldn’t see much movement in her body. She detailed that she could feel it, although detection was minimal. In spite of this, the bed still exhibits exceptional bounce.
In case you have mobility difficulties, moving around while lying down can be hard. Traditional memory foam frequently caused so much sinkage that it made it hard to move around. However, if you have too much bounce, it’s easy to disturb sleep.
You will encounter some sinkage with the Alexander Signature Hybrid because of its soft foam top layers. However, this sinking feeling differs from what you would obtain with a more traditional memory foam mattress as it is mitigated by the mattress’ supportive pocketed coil system. This means you will sink, but will still have the ability to move around easily and get out of the mattress without too much work. While there is some sinkage here, it’s not quite as striking as it would be about a typical memory foam mattress. This makes for great pressure relief with no stuck-in-the-bed feeling.
The inner-spring coil support core of the Alexander Signature Hybrid functions to fortify its perimeter. This produces an even sleeping surface across the whole mattress and helps prevent sagging and sinkage around the edge of the mattress. The spring coils are great at setting that firm foundation you require. When I moved in a variety of positions, I felt pretty well-supported. I can feel and you could actually see where I do sink in a little bit, but the sinkage from the bed abruptly ends where the inner-spring coils begin. Despite the soft foam uppermost layers, this mattress is extremely supportive, due to the eight inches of pocketed coils in its base. It is quite effortless to get in and out of the bed, and I’m well–supported when I lay on the edge, a big benefit for sleeping spouses.
The Alexander Signature Hybrid is relatively cool. The spring coils allow ample airflow, assisting to diminish body warmth. The foam layers, which in most cases trap heat, are treated with copper and cooling gel to offset this frequent problem. This mattress is a good match for those who want to sleep cool. This hybrid does a wonderful job of isolating and dispersing warmth, resulting in a sleeping experience that’s wonderfully cool.
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Once an Alexander Signature Hybrid mattress is manufactured, it’s compressed, vacuum-sealed in plastic and sent to your front door in a marked box. Whenever a mattress is compressed and vacuum-sealed, it has a tendency to produce a temporary smell when it’s opened. This odor is called “off-gassing.” You should expect to experience this with the Alexander Signature Hybrid, however, the odor should disappear fast.
100 Night Sleep Trial
Nest provides a 100 night sleep trial on all their mattresses. The organization requires you to maintain the bed for at least 30 days prior to initiating a return. If you’re unhappy with the bed for any reason at any stage between 30 to 100 days, you can agree to donate or return it for a complete refund of the price. Any delivery costs are non-refundable. If you opt to go the refund path, Nest Bedding will arrange for the mattress to be picked up and donated to a charity. You willl only need to give evidence that the bed has indeed been picked up and the organization will give you a complete refund. Nest Bedding Vs Helix
Nest Bedding Warranty
The Alexander Signature Hybrid, along with the rest of the Nest mattresses, have a limited lifetime warranty. The warranty is non-prorated, so the organization will pay to fix or replace any defective mattresses, no matter how old it is. Along with the lifetime warranty, Nest Bedding also offers what they call a Lifetime Comfort Guarantee, which is pretty exceptional. Basically, when the trial period expires, if you abruptly decide you don’t like the Nest Hybrid, the organization permits you to exchange the mattress for a firmer, softer, smaller or larger version
Nest Bedding: Pricing
If you’re convinced that one of the Nest Bedding mattresses is the right mattress for you, the size and pricing info for your mattress can be found below. Please be aware that these prices reflect standard pricing, and doesn’t include my special discount. Click here in order to receive my special discount and receive 5% off your mattress now.
The Nest Bedding mattresses range from $399 to $3,999.
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When purchasing a new mattress, bear in mind that the decision is a very personal one. It is important to consider your personal inclinations, sleeping position, body weight and type, and any conditions you may have. Always consider your own support and comfort requirements. I always push everyone to utilize any sleep trial to be certain that the mattress they have chosen is a good fit for them. Nest Bedding Vs Helix
All in all, the Alexander Signature Select Series is a wonderful mattress for someone who likes a quality designed mattress that is comfortable yet firm. I recommend it to anyone who prefers the pillow-top feel and understanding that their mattress is good for the environment.
This company has many great alternatives to provide as far as comfort, not only one. Nest will work with you to find the one that best fits your needs, even if you have to keep exchanging it at no extra expense. Nest Bedding Vs Helix