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The Gravity Ice Hybrid has layers of memory foam and high-density polyfoam, with a pocketed coil support core. The 12-inch profile is standard for a mattress and deep pocket fitted sheets are not required. Purchasers can use the Gravity Blanket with the Gravity Ice Hybrid for a combination of deep touch pressure from the blanket and full-body support from the hybrid mattress.
Overall, the mattress has a medium firmness, rated as a 5 on the 10-point firmness scale. Sleepers can expect the body-hugging feel of memory foam, but with added bounce and support from the coils below.
The cover of the Gravity Ice Hybrid includes a cooling top panel that helps wick heat away to keep sleepers comfortable. Black mesh side panels encourage airflow throughout the mattress. The bottom of the mattress cover is composed of polyester.
Beneath the cooling top panel is a 1-inch layer of gel memory foam that helps regulate temperature and offsets memory foam’s tendency to retain heat. A second 2-inch layer of memory foam relieves pressure points and conforms closely to the shape of the body, cushioning areas like the shoulders, hips, and lumbar region. Having a thick memory foam comfort system ensures close contouring and top-notch pressure relief. It also helps isolate motion and minimize sleep disturbances for those who share the bed.
A transitional layer of high-density polyfoam provides additional support and keeps sleepers from pressing into the support core. A 6-inch base of pocketed coils circulates air throughout the mattress while providing even support. This foundation increases the durability of the mattress and prevents sagging over time. A high-density polyfoam encasement bolsters the amount of edge support the mattress provides. The Gravity Ice Hybrid has a 2-inch bottom layer of high-density polyfoam to reinforce the coil base and reduce motion transfer.
The Gravity Ice Hybrid Mattress is constructed with five layers, including layers of memory foam, supportive polyfoam, and pocketed coils. The cover includes a cooling top panel for temperature control.
Ice Cooling Fabric Top Panel
Black Mesh Side Panels
100% Polyester Bottom Panels
1″ Gel Memory Foam
2″ Memory Foam
1″ High-density Transition Polyfoam
6″ Pocketed Coils with High-density Polyfoam Encasement
2″ High-density Base Polyfoam
The Gravity Ice Hybrid is a good fit for value-minded shoppers, as it is competitively priced and has a durable construction. The coils and high-density foams extend the lifespan of the mattress, providing a valuable return on your investment. With frequent promotions and discounts, shoppers can expect to pay less than the full retail price.
Sizing is limited for the Gravity mattress, as it is only produced in full, queen, and king sizes. Shoppers who need a twin, twin XL, or California king mattress will need to look elsewhere. When considering mattress sizing, shoppers should also consider the weight of the mattress. Weighing just below 100 pounds in a queen size, the Gravity Ice Hybrid may require two people to lift or move the mattress.
|Full||54" x 75"||12"||82 lbs.||$1,000|
|Queen||60" x 80"||12"||99 lbs..||$1,250|
|King||60" x 80"||12"||126 lbs.||$1,450|
The Gravity Ice Hybrid is a good fit for most sleeping positions and body types, as the memory foam layers provide even contouring while the coils ensure proper support. That said, body weight and personal preferences can affect how comfortable and supportive a mattress feels. We’ll break down important considerations for shoppers based on sleeping position and body weight here.
Side sleepers benefit from a responsive mattress that offers contouring for their shoulders and hips. This prevents pressure from building up in these key areas, while helping to keep the spine aligned. The Gravity Ice Hybrid evenly distributes body weight and cushions pressure points for side sleepers.
The medium (5) firmness is ideal for side sleepers, especially if they weigh less than 230 pounds. The mattress hugs the body for a feeling of sleeping in, rather than on, the mattress. High-density transition foam keeps side sleepers from sinking in deeply and the coil base offers ample support.
Side sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds should still feel supported, though some may prefer a firmer surface.
Back sleepers typically maintain a neutral posture as they sleep, but pressure can build in the lumbar region. As a result, these sleepers benefit from a contouring mattress like the Gravity Ice Hybrid, as it cushions the lower back and helps relieve pressure.
The supportive coils and high-density foam helps keep sleepers from pressing deeply into the mattress and promote proper spinal alignment. The medium firmness and body-hugging memory foam are best for back sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds, but the mattress provides adequate support for those who weigh more.
Stomach sleepers need proper support for their lower backs and tend to prefer a firm mattress. If their abdomens and hips sink in too deeply, pressure builds in the lumbar region and causes discomfort. That said, the mattress should provide some contouring for the upper body to keep the chest and shoulders comfortable.
The Gravity mattress balances thick, conforming comfort layers with high-density transition foam and supportive coils. The supportive layers resist sagging over time, providing an even surface for stomach sleepers. Though sleepers may press into the mattress, the thick comfort system should evenly distribute body weight to help keep the spine aligned.
The Gravity Ice Hybrid is a good fit for stomach sleepers under 130 pounds and supportive enough for heavier stomach sleepers, though most will likely prefer a medium firm (6) to firm (8) mattress instead.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Gravity ships to the United States and Canada. While the Gravity Ice Hybrid is currently available exclusively online through Gravity, other Gravity products are available through retail partners like Amazon, Target, Indigo, and Bed Bath and Beyond.
Gravity ships to the United States for free. Additional charges apply for orders shipped to Canada. Gravity does not currently offer shipping to other international destinations, or APO, FPO, and PO boxes. All orders are shipped via ground shipping, and expedited methods are not available.
Orders are typically delivered within 5 to 7 business days in the continental United States, and within 10 to 14 business days in Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada. An email with tracking information is sent once the order has shipped.
The Gravity Ice Hybrid is machine-rolled, compressed, sealed in plastic, and shipped in a box. Assembly is not required. To set up the Gravity mattress, purchasers should remove the mattress from the box and carefully remove the outer plastic cover. Unroll the mattress directly on the bed frame and remove the inner plastic cover. Allow 24 to 72 hours for the mattress to fully expand.
White Glove delivery and old mattress removal are not currently offered.
Gravity offers a 100-night sleep trial. There is no required break-in period, and purchasers can initiate a return at any point during the trial. To initiate a return, purchasers should contact Gravity directly for return authorization.
Gravity helps coordinate donating the mattress to a local charity, and issues a full refund with proof of donation.
The Gravity Ice Hybrid Mattress comes with a 10-year non-prorated warranty that covers defects in materials and workmanship, including indentations greater than 1.5 inches.
In the event of a defect, Gravity offers repair or replacement of the mattress. The purchaser is responsible for any transportation costs associated with a warranty claim.
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