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Launched in 2014, Floyd began as a minimalist home essentials brand with a focus on high-quality furniture and hardware. The company has since expanded its product line to include shelving, bed frames, tables, lighting, and other home goods. Each product is crafted with sustainability in mind.
Recently, the company debuted the Floyd Mattress, a hybrid bed with a memory foam comfort layer and a pocketed coil support core. Available at a below-average price point for a memory foam hybrid, the Floyd utilizes copper and graphite infused memory foam to regulate temperature, with zoned coils that offer full-body support.
The benefit of a hybrid mattress is that it combines elements from two different mattress types: foam and innerspring. This gives sleepers the best of both options while minimizing any drawbacks, both relieving pressure and provides ease of movement for sleepers.
We’ll review the pricing, sizing, and construction of the Floyd Mattress. We’ll also offer detailed insight into what kinds of sleepers would benefit from the mattress, taking into account sleeping positions and body type. To help shoppers decide if the Floyd Mattress is the best choice for them, we’ll also include an overview of company policies, including shipping and returns.
|Sleeper Type||Under 130 lbs||130-230 lbs||Above 230 lbs|
Side sleepers benefit from close-conforming mattresses, as they prevent pressure from building up at their shoulders and hips. That said, sinking too far into the mattresses will cause spinal mis-aslignment. The Floyd Mattress balances comfort and support for side sleepers that weigh more than 130 pounds.
Those who weigh less than 130 pounds are likely to find the Floyd Mattress is too firm. This can cause pressure points to develop at the shoulders and hips. Side sleepers in this weight category often prefer a medium soft mattress.
Side sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds should find the memory foam comfort layer relieves pressure by cradling the body. The polyfoam transition layer and supportive coil base help keep the spine aligned.
Those who weigh more than 230 pounds and sleep on their side benefit the most from the Floyd Mattress. The contouring memory foam cushions their shoulders and hips. Though sleepers in this category often benefit from a higher-profile mattress, the Floyd Mattress offers ample support. The high-density polyfoam and coil base keep sleepers from sinking in too deeply.
Back sleepers maintain a natural posture. Those who sleep in this position will benefit from the responsive memory foam and supportive coil base of the Floyd Mattress. The hybrid construction evenly distributes body weight. Memory foam conforms to the shape of the body and supports the lumbar region for back sleepers, while the coils help keep the spine aligned.
Back sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds will experience less contouring on the Floyd Mattress, but should still feel fully supported. Some may prefer a softer surface, but most back sleepers in this weight category should find the Floyd Mattress to be a good fit.
Those who weigh between 130 and 230 sink into the memory foam comfort layer enough for pressure relief and lumbar support. The high-density polyfoam transition layer prevents sinking in excessively.
For back sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds, the Floyd Mattress is a good choice. The coil base provides ample support.
A firm mattress ensures proper support for the hips and abdomens of stomach sleepers. This reduces pressure on the lower back and helps keep the spine aligned. The Floyd Mattress balances comfort and support for stomach sleepers.
The memory foam comfort layer cushions the shoulders and chest, while the polyfoam and coil layers support the lower half of the body. This is beneficial for stomach sleepers of all weights.
Those who weigh less than 130 pounds should find the memory foam conforms enough to prevent pressure from building in the upper half of the body.
The Floyd Mattress is also highly rated by stomach sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds.
Those who weigh more than 230 pounds should feel supported due to the high-density foam and sturdy coils. That said, some stomach sleepers in this category may prefer a firmer mattress instead.
The Floyd Mattress has a hybrid construction with memory foam and pocketed coils. It has a 10-inch profile, which is considered average for a mattress.
The mattress is only available in one firmness option. The firm rating of the Floyd is considered to be a 7 out of 10 on the firmness scale. There is memory foam in the comfort system that cradles sleepers, but high-density polyfoam and supportive coils prevent sinking in excessively. As a result, sleepers will not feel the full-body hug typically associated with memory foam.
The cover of the Floyd Mattress is composed of polyester and Tencel lyocell. It is breathable and naturally hypoallergenic. Beneath the cover is two inches of memory foam, infused with both copper and graphite. These materials draw heat away from the body and prevent it from building up in the mattress. This helps the Floyd Mattress sleep cooler than traditional memory foam mattresses. The comfort layer conforms to the shape of the body, which relieves pressure.
The one-inch transition layer of high-density polyfoam helps reduce motion transfer from the coil base. It also keeps sleepers from sinking deeply into the mattress. This layer is durable and supportive.
The support core of the Floyd is six inches of pocketed coils. There are more than 1,000 coils in the base, each of which responds individually to pressure. This minimizes motion transfer. The base is zoned, with a firm perimeter for added edge support. This helps prevent sagging over time. The coils add bounce to the mattress for ease of movement. This base also increases the amount of airflow throughout the mattress, which helps dissipate heat.
Another one-inch layer of high-density polyfoam sits beneath the support core, stabilizing the coils and minimizing motion transfer. There is a non-slip bottom cover to keep the mattress in place on the bed frame.
All of the foams used in the Floyd Mattress are CertiPUR-US certified. The mattress is manufactured in the United States.
The Floyd Mattress has a hybrid construction with 4 layers, including memory foam, high-density polyfoam, and pocketed coils.
70% polyester, 30% Tencel lyocell
2” copper-infused memory foam
1” HD transitional polyfoam
6” pocketed coils
1” HD polyfoam
The Floyd Mattress is inexpensive compared to similar memory foam hybrids. While the average hybrid mattress costs between $1,500 and $2,000, the Floyd mattress is a more affordable option for shoppers.
The average mattress has a lifespan of six to eight years, and we expect the Floyd Mattress to last this long. The mattress uses high-density polyfoam and supportive coils to prevent sagging over time.
The Floyd is available in standard sizes twin through king. The mattress is not currently offered in a California king size. Each size has a 10-inch profile.
|Twin||38" x 75"||10"||67 lbs.||$795|
|Twin XL||38" x 80"||10"||71 lbs.||$895|
|Full||54" x 74"||10"||90 lbs.||$995|
|Queen||60" x 80"||10"||106 lbs.||$1,095|
|King||76" x 80"||10"||132 lbs.||$1,195|
The Floyd Mattress is available online directly through Floydhome.com. The company also operates a branded showroom in Detroit where shoppers can see the mattress in-person.
Additionally, Floyd has partnered with Brooklinen. The mattress can be purchased at the Brooklinen showroom in Brooklyn and on the Brooklinen website.
Floyd ships the mattress exclusively to the contiguous United States. Shipping is not currently available to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or international destinations. Shipping within the contiguous U.S. is free. This shipping policy applies only to the mattress and not the other items available on the Floyd website. Other items purchased on the Floyd website are subject to a shipping fee that is 10 percent of the purchase price.
The mattress is compressed, vacuum-sealed, and shipped in a box via FedEx. Orders are processed within two to five business days. The mattress is typically delivered within six to 10 business days.
Assembly is not required for the Floyd Mattress. Purchasers simply unbox the mattress and remove the outer plastic wrap. The mattress can then be unrolled onto a frame or foundation. There is an inner plastic seal that must be carefully cut. The mattress should fully expand within an hour.
Floyd does not currently offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.
Floyd offers a 30-night sleep trial for the mattress. There is no mandatory break-in period.
The company offers free return shipping on unopened mattresses.
If the mattress is opened and in good condition, it can be donated to a 501(c)(3) organization. Returns must be initiated within the 30-night trial period, but purchasers will have an additional 30 days to arrange for donation of the mattress. Customers can also have Floyd arrange for pickup and return of the mattress for a $100 fee.
A full refund is issued once the mattress is returned or proof of donation is provided.
The Floyd Mattress includes a 10-year warranty. This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship, including splits or cracks in the foam and indentations greater than one inch. Floyd will repair or replace a defective mattress.
The company covers all repair or replacement costs in the event of a defect, including shipping and transportation fees.
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