Brooklyn Bedding is one of the biggest names in the direct-to-consumer sleep products industry. The company produces sheets, blankets, pillows, foundations, adjustable bases, masks, mattress protectors, and mattresses.
Its main mattress line consists of six models. The Signature, the Aurora, the Sedona, the Spartan, and the Bloom are hybrid models, while the Bowery is available as an all-foam or a hybrid model. Brooklyn Bedding also produces several other models that aren’t on the main site, including the Arctic Dreams, the Arctic Dreams Hybrid, the Plank, the Propel, the Rubix, and the Titan.
The Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Hybrid is the newest model in Brooklyn Bedding’s mattress line, launching nationally in August of 2020. This hybrid mattress is the most luxurious model in the main mattress line, and as such, it also carries the highest price tag. The Sedona Hybrid has a medium feel, so it is near the middle of the range of firmness options produced by Brooklyn Bedding. At 14 inches thick, it is one of the company’s highest-profile models.
We’ll delve into the mattress’s construction, sizing, pricing, performance, and policies. Before you purchase the new Sedona Hybrid Mattress, read our review to learn what makes it unique and decide whether it’s the best option for you.
The Sedona Hybrid Mattress is a hybrid model, which means it combines layers of foam with a coil core. This model has a medium feel, rating around 5 on the 10-point firmness scale. Most sleepers prefer a mattress in this firmness range, so many will find it comfortable regardless of their weight and preferred sleep position.
Six total layers make up the mattress, with the top three acting as its comfort system. The first layer consists of 1 inch of patented polyfoam engineered for responsiveness and pressure-relieving contouring. Next, a 2-inch layer of gel-infused memory foam adds supportive cradling while transferring heat away from the sleeper’s body. Another 1-inch layer of gel-infused memory foam enhances the cooling and provides deep compression support.
A 1-inch polyfoam transition layer eases the segue between the comfort system and the coil system. The core is an 8-inch layer of Ascension X coils. Each of these coils is individually encased so that it can move independently for better support and motion isolation. This coil system also makes the bed more responsive and breathable. At the base of the mattress, there is a final 1-inch layer of polyfoam to support the spring system. The foams passed third-party testing to receive CertiPUR-US certification.
The mattress cover has a knit panel that includes advanced cooling yarns to help maintain a comfortable surface temperature by transferring heat away from the sleeper’s body.
The Sedona Hybrid consists of six distinct layers. Three of those layers combine to make the comfort system. These include 1 inch of polyfoam, 2 inches of gel-infused memory foam, and 1 inch of gel-infused memory foam. Next, there is a 1-inch transition layer of polyfoam, an 8-inch pocketed coil core, and a final 1-inch polyfoam base. A knit cover that contains advanced cooling yarns tops encases the mattress.
Knit with Advanced Cooling Yarns
2″ Gel-Infused Memory Foam
1″ Gel-Infused Memory Foam
1″ Transitional Polyfoam
8″ Pocketed Coils
As a luxury model, the Sedona Hybrid comes in at a higher price point than average for hybrid models. While it is slightly more expensive than some hybrid models, the extra expense may be justified by its advanced materials and resort-style feel. Additionally, promotional offers frequently bring the price closer to the average cost of a hybrid mattress.
The Sedona Hybrid Mattress comes in the six standard mattress sizes and some less common options, including full XL, short queen, and split California king. Brooklyn Bedding also produces custom mattress sizes on request, though shipping charges may apply. Customers can contact Brooklyn Bedding’s customer support team for more information.
|Twin||39" x 75"||14"||N/A.||$1249|
|Twin XL||39"x 80"||14"||N/A.||$1549|
|Full||54" x 75"||14"||N/A.||$1999|
|Full XL||54" x 75"||14"||N/A.||$2399|
|Queen||60" x 80"||14"||110 lbs.||$2399|
|Short Queen||60" x 75"||14"||N/A.||$2399|
|King||60" x 80"||14"||N/A.||$2899|
|Split King||38" x 80"||14"||N/A.||$1599|
|California King||72" x 84"||14"||N/A.||$2899|
The Sedona Hybrid’s comfort system consists of three separate layers of foam: a 1-inch layer of polyfoam, a 2-inch layer of memory foam, and another 1-inch layer of memory foam. This generous comfort system can absorb most vibrations when one sleeper changes position or gets up during the night, which may save their partner from unnecessary sleep disruptions.
Since the Sedona Hybrid has a coil core, the bounce of the spring system could lead to some motion transfer. However, this should be minimal because the coils are individually encased to limit the spread of motion.
Compared to other hybrid models, the Sedona Hybrid’s motion isolation is very good. Some hybrid models, especially those with thinner comfort layers, may allow more motion to spread through the coil system to the sleep surface.
The Sedona Hybrid has exceptional pressure-relieving properties, which is what we would expect from most hybrid models with a medium feel.
Its ample comfort system is primarily responsible for this pressure relief. Sleepers can sink into the Sedona Hybrid’s three-layer comfort system, and the polyfoam and memory foam will spread out their weight more evenly to relieve pressure points.
Weight and position can also affect the overall level of pressure relief. The Sedona Hybrid earns high marks for most sleep positions and weight groups, though it may offer the best pressure relief for side sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds.
The Sedona Hybrid excels at temperature regulation. This trait is common in hybrid models, putting the Sedona Hybrid in line with similarly constructed mattresses.
The temperature control starts with the mattress cover, which includes a panel woven of advanced cooling yarns to regulate the surface temperature of the bed by wicking away body heat. A top layer of polyfoam allows more airflow than most memory foam so that excessive heat can escape. Below that, two layers of gel-infused memory foam further transfer heat away from the sleeper. Finally, the breathable coil system allows heat to escape the mattress core.
Hybrid models often have supportive edges thanks to their coil systems, and the same is true of the Sedona Hybrid. Its perimeter should not dip down excessively when an individual sits or sleeps near it. This can provide a larger usable sleep surface and may make it easier to get into and out of bed.
Because of their combination of responsiveness and support, hybrid models often perform quite well in ease of movement tests. Similarly, the Sedona Hybrid earns solid marks in this performance category, though it may be more difficult to move on than some hybrid models because of its ample comfort system and generous use of memory foam. However, most individuals are unlikely to struggle to change position on the mattress or feel trapped in the bed.
The comfort system consists of three layers: a layer of polyfoam and two layers of memory foam. Memory foam typically hugs the body closely and responds more slowly to changes in pressure, which can make it somewhat more difficult to move on. The memory foam is also supportive to limit excessive sinkage, though, so it shouldn’t be very restrictive. Its responsive coil core also gives the Sedona Hybrid a springy feel, which may make it easier for a sleeper to move around.
Since hybrid models combine some of the best elements of an all-foam and an innerspring mattress, they’re often popular with couples looking for a sleep surface that’s conducive to sex. The Sedona Hybrid has some distinct benefits for amorous activity, but it does not receive as high of scores as some other hybrid models.
Thanks to its coil core, the Sedona Hybrid is responsive and has some bounce, and many couples prioritize these traits in a mattress. The three-layer comfort system adds notable contouring, which can provide traction. However, it may also make it slightly harder to move around, and it could dampen some of the bounce of the coil core.
The manufacturing process often results in off-gassing odors, which become trapped in the mattress when it is compressed for shipment. These odors are especially common with models that contain synthetic foam, but a “new mattress smell” can be expected with virtually any mattress.
Like other hybrid models, the Sedona Hybrid is quite breathable, which should help smells dissipate more quickly. Most initial odors should air out within a few hours if you leave the mattress in a well-ventilated area.
Off-gassing odors are typically considered harmless, but sleepers who are sensitive to smells might prefer to leave their new Sedona Hybrid Mattress in a separate room until the odors have aired out.
A side sleeper’s wider hips and shoulders can apply more force to a mattress than the rest of their body, leading to pressure points. The Sedona Hybrid combats pressure buildup by adjusting to a side sleeper’s shape and spreading out the force of their weight more evenly. Its three-layer comfort system contours and provides deep compression support, making it an excellent option for many side sleepers.
The Sedona Hybrid’s medium feel may be most ideal for side sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds. For most individuals in this weight range, the Sedona Hybrid will be soft enough to accommodate their hips and shoulders and firm enough to support their spinal alignment. Many side sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds will also enjoy exceptional pressure relief coupled with good support. However, some side sleepers in this weight group may struggle to maintain proper spinal alignment due to sagging around their hips and shoulders.
Back sleepers usually rely on their mattresses for support more than pressure relief, but they often prefer a mattress that has enough give to contour to their hips in order to achieve the best spinal alignment. The Sedona Hybrid’s three-layer comfort system includes a layer of polyfoam and two layers of memory foam that gently cradle a back sleeper’s hips, giving deep compression support without excessive sinkage.
The Sedona Hybrid may be best for back sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds. Its medium feel should balance contouring and support for most individuals in this weight group. The Sedona Hybrid also performs well for back sleepers from other weight groups, but there are some potential drawbacks. Those who weigh under 130 pounds may prefer slightly more contouring around their hips, while sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds may sink in too deeply for ideal spinal alignment.
Spinal strain and the discomfort associated with it are common problems for stomach sleepers. This occurs because most people tend to be heavier around their middles, and sleeping on the stomach can allow this weight to drag the sleeper’s midsection too deeply into the mattress, pulling their spine out of alignment. The Sedona Hybrid’s three-layer comfort system molds to a stomach sleeper’s body, relieving pressure while providing support.
Given its medium feel, the Sedona Hybrid is perhaps best suited to stomach sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds. The bed shouldn’t feel hard against the front of their bodies, but it’s also likely to be supportive enough that their midsections won’t sink in very far. Stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 will probably sink in more, which could strain the lumbar region of some individuals.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The Sedona Hybrid Mattress ships within the United States and Canada. Shoppers can purchase the mattress through the Brooklyn Wedding website and at brick-and-mortar Brooklyn Bedding showrooms, which are located in Arizona and Utah.
The Sedona Hybrid Mattress ships free via FedEx within the contiguous United States. Most orders arrive 3-4 business days after they ship. Shipping fees for mattress orders to Alaska and Hawaii start at $125. Mattress orders to Canada ship via DHL, and rates start at $250 per mattress.
Mattresses are compressed and packaged in a box for shipping. The carrier typically leaves the boxed mattress wherever the customer usually receives packages. The customer is then responsible for bringing it into their home, putting it in their room of choice, extracting it from its packaging, and setting it up.
White Glove delivery and old mattress removal are not currently available for the Sedona Hybrid.
Customers have a 120-night trial period to decide if the Sedona Hybrid is right for them. They must try the bed for at least 30 days to adjust to the change. If you’re not satisfied with your mattress after that, you can contact Brooklyn Bedding for options. If the bed is too firm, Brooklyn Bedding may provide a topper to soften the surface. Otherwise, customers can exchange their mattress for another model or return it for a full refund of the purchase price.
The Sedona Hybrid comes with a 10-year warranty that protects against certain defects, including impressions of 1 inch or more, defects that result in splitting and/or cracking foam, and defects or deterioration in the foam’s cell structure. Brooklyn Bedding will repair or replace the mattress if they determine it has a qualifying defect.
Only the original owner is eligible for this warranty, and proof of purchase is required. Mattresses that are stained, burned, cut, left compressed for 60 days or longer, or otherwise physically damaged do not qualify for warranty coverage. Damage must also not be the result of an improper foundation.
Additional terms and conditions apply.