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One of the best ways that customers can get to know the Douglas Mattress and its benefits and downsides is by first getting a solid understanding of its construction.
The cover of the Douglas is made with a fabric called Tencel that is produced using fibers from eucalyptus trees. The production process focuses on sustainable inputs and recycling water through closed-loop systems to make the final product more eco-friendly. In terms of performance, Tencel is smooth, soft, and breathable. The top half of the cover can be unzipped and removed for easy washing.
The interior construction involves three components. The top layer is two inches of gel-infused ecoLight polyfoam. For this material, a portion of the petrochemicals normally used to make foam are replaced with natural vegetable oils, reducing the ecoLight foam’s carbon footprint. Its performance is in many ways similar to memory foam, offering noticeable contouring that helps relieve pressure, support spinal alignment, and decrease motion transfer. The foam is interspersed with gel to slow down the rate at which it collects heat during the night.
The second layer is two inches of Elastex polyfoam, which has a latex-like feel that provides significant bounce and light contouring. As part of the comfort system, it works in tandem with the ecoLight foam to create a blend of bounce and contouring that cushions the body without causing sleepers to feel stuck in the bed.
The third layer of the Douglas Mattress is its polyfoam support core. This layer measures in at six inches and uses a denser polyfoam that acts as a sturdy base for the top layers.
The comfort feel of the Douglas is medium firm, rating as a 6 on the typical firmness scale. It is not offered in any other firmness levels.
The Douglas is an all-foam bed made with two layers of proprietary foams over a polyfoam base, encased in a Tencel cover.
Tencel – top cover is removable and washable
2″ gel-infused ecoLight polyfoam
2″ Elastex polyfoam
6″ base polyfoam
The Douglas Mattress has an accessible price point that makes it a solid value for an all-foam mattress. It was fashioned to be a quality foam mattress with special appeal to sleepers who prefer products with a lower carbon footprint. While eco-conscious construction can often mean a higher price, that isn’t the case with the Douglas. The mattress has a comparable or lower price than many beds that have a similar design but without low-carbon foam.
The bed has a 10-inch profile and weighs about the same as other all-foam beds of this height. It is available in all six standard mattress sizes. Its detailed dimensions and retail pricing (before any coupons or promotions) are listed below.
Please note that the following prices are in CAD.
|Twin||38" x 75"||10"||17 kg.||$599|
|Twin XL||38" x 80"||10"||40 kg.||$629|
|Full||53" x 75"||10"||23 kg.||$679|
|Queen||60" x 80"||10"||29 kg.||$749|
|King||76" x 80"||10"||36 kg.||$849|
|California King||72" x 84"||10"||36 kg.||$849|
If you’re looking closely at the Douglas Mattress and wondering if it’s a good match, two things to have in mind are your body weight and sleeping position. Both of these factors can directly influence your mattress needs.
Side Sleepers: If you are on your side, keeping a healthy spinal alignment means making sure that the wider parts of the body, primarily the hips and shoulders, get the right amount of support. On a mattress that’s too hard, you may have pain in those areas, and they may be pushed out of line with the spine. On a mattress that’s too soft, the hips and shoulders will descend too far, which can also harm alignment. Given these needs, the best bets for side sleepers are mattresses that range from medium soft to medium firm and have at least moderate contouring. The Douglas Mattress fits the bill, offering a sleeping surface that can bring both comfort and spinal support to most side sleepers regardless of their weight.
Back Sleepers: Because they don’t put pressure on the mattress in the same way, back sleepers have very different needs than stomach sleepers. Their main hot spot is the lower back, where the curve of the lumbar spine needs just enough cushion to be accommodated, but not so much softness as to allow the midsection to sink deeply into the mattress.
The type of mattress that tends to best meet these needs is one with a medium to firm feel and light-to-moderate contouring. The Douglas meets these criteria for most back sleepers under 104 kilograms. However, it may be too soft for back sleepers over 104 kilograms as they are more likely to sink further into the comfort layers.
Stomach Sleepers: Sleeping on your stomach can create even more pressure on the lower back than sleeping on your back. Lumbar strain can occur because people tend to carry more weight in their abdomens. Stomach sleepers often push too far in on a softer mattress and drag their lumbar spines out of alignment. Most face-down sleepers are also wary of a soft bed as it can feel like it is smothering or suffocating them. For these reasons, the top options for stomach sleepers are usually medium firm to firm with only limited contouring. The Douglas works best for these sleepers if they weigh under 60 kilograms, but those who weigh more are inclined to feel that it is too soft.
|Under 60 kg.||60-104kg.||Above 104kg.|
The Douglas Mattress is only available for purchase online. It is sold on a page specifically for the Douglas as well as on the site of its parent company, GoodMorning.com.
Shipping of the mattress is only offered to customers in Canada.
The Douglas Mattress comes with free shipping to most addresses in Canada. Charges may be assessed for shipping to very remote areas of the country.
The shipping process starts by compressing the mattress, securing it inside plastic packaging, placing it in a cardboard box, and then delivering it to your front door. When the box arrives at your home, it usually requires two people so that it can be carefully brought inside. Assembly of the mattress is simple: you carry the box to the bedroom, remove all the packaging, and allow the mattress to decompress and retake its full size and shape.
There are no additional delivery services, such as old mattress removal or in-home installation, offered by GoodMorning.com for the Douglas Mattress.
The Douglas comes with a 120-night sleep trial, and GoodMorning.com requires that you keep the mattress for a break-in period of 30 nights before initiating a refund. After those 30 nights, you can request a return, and GoodMorning.com will arrange for pickup of the mattress and issue a full refund. There are no fees for return shipping or restocking.
GoodMorning.com backs the Douglas mattress with a 15-year non-prorated warranty against defective materials or manufacturing. If a defect arises, GoodMorning.com will repair or replace the mattress and pay for any related shipping costs.
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