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A full review of the Leesa Hybrid mattress starts by covering how it is built. The mattress has five layers, three in the comfort system and two in the support core.
The top component of the comfort system is 1.5 inches of polyfoam that has a density of 3 pounds per cubic foot (PCF). This polyfoam generates a combination of bounce and conforming. The second layer is 1.5 inches of memory foam with a density of 4 PCF. This foam amps up the Leesa Hybrid’s pressure relief and motion isolation. The third layer is one inch of 2 PCF polyfoam that helps stop excess sinking into the bed.
The main component of the support core is a six-inch layer of pocketed innerspring coils. These coils are thick (14.5 gauge) and reinforced to be stronger around the perimeter. With pocketed coils, each spring is not directly connected to the others. Instead, they are put in cloth wrapping that is sewn together. This type of coil offers a notable step up in tailoring to the body and reduces motion transfer relative to traditional innerspring coils.
Underneath the coils, the final layer of the mattress is one inch of support polyfoam with a density of 1.8 PCF. This layer contributes shock absorption for the coils and overall mattress stability.
The mattress cover is made with a cotton blend that feels smooth and helps wick moisture to fight sleeping hot. The combined feel of the Leesa Hybrid is medium firm (6). It has enough give to contour around pressure points but retains significant firmness and bounce.
1.5” polyfoam – 3 PCF, 13 ILD
1.5” memory foam – 4 PCF, 12 ILD
1” polyfoam – 2 PCF, 30 ILD
6” pocketed coils – 14.5 gauge, reinforced edges
1” polyfoam – 1.8 PCF, 32 ILD
When it comes to its price tag, the Leesa Hybrid falls within the middle of the pack for hybrid mattresses. It is not the cheapest, but it is also far from the most expensive. Given the quality components and design, it is a good value, especially when purchased with discounts that are often available through promotions or coupon codes.
The Leesa Hybrid is offered in all of the typical mattress sizes. Sizing and retail pricing (before any discounts) for each size is outlined below.
|Twin||39" x 75"||11"||75 lbs.||$1,099|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||11"||80 lbs.||$1,199|
|Full||54" x 75"||11"||96 lbs.||$1,499|
|Queen||60" x 80"||11"||115 lbs.||$1,799|
|King||76" x 80"||11"||142 lbs.||$1,999|
|California King||72" x 84"||11"||142 lbs.||$1,999|
Two central factors that can influence the right mattress fit for any individual sleeper are sleeping position and body weight.
The Leesa Hybrid is a solid match for the majority of side sleepers. People in this position need solid conforming that can accommodate the excess pressure they place on the mattress around the hips and shoulders. At the same time, too much softness can cause side sleepers to bottom out on the mattress or to find that their hips and shoulders have sunk far lower into the bed than other parts of their body. With its mild contouring and medium firm feel, the Leesa Hybrid can deliver meaningful pressure relief without losing its structural integrity. A few side sleepers under 130 pounds may find it too firm, and a few over 230 pounds may find it too soft, but by and large, this is a good choice for side sleepers.
Back sleepers tend to have high levels of satisfaction when sleeping on the Leesa Hybrid. When lying on your back, it’s important to have a firm surface that won’t let the pelvis and midsection depress deeply into the bed, but it’s also important for the mattress to lightly cradle and accommodate the curve in the lower back. The Leesa Hybrid can strike this balance for back sleepers of any weight. Some people over 230 pounds who sleep on their back may prefer an even firmer mattress, though, because they may find that their midsection sinks further into these comfort layers than someone of a lighter weight.
The Leesa Hybrid can be a supportive and comfortable mattress for many stomach sleepers, although it is best suited to stomach sleepers under 130 pounds. As with back sleepers, people on their stomachs can find that their abdomen pushes too far into a mattress, contorting the lower back into an uncomfortable U-shape. Consequently, stomach sleepers benefit from a mattress that is firmer. With its firmness level, the Leesa Hybrid can meet the needs of stomach sleepers, but it may be a touch too soft for some, especially those over 230 pounds. Because people under 130 pounds don’t sink as far into a mattress, they are likely to find the blend of firmness, pressure relief, and bounce in the Leesa Hybrid to be an excellent fit.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Customers have multiple choices for where to buy the Leesa Hybrid, including both online and in physical stores.
For online purchases, the Leesa Hybrid is available directly from Leesa on their website. Buying directly means that you work with Leesa for any service needs or returns. Online purchases can be made on third-party sites like Amazon. Those purchases are covered by the return and customer care policies of the retailer.
Online buying is an option for shoppers in all 50 U.S. states and those in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
Leesa operates its own physical store, known as the Leesa Dream Gallery, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Leesa products, including the Leesa Hybrid, can be found in partner retailers such as Macy’s, Pottery Barn, and West Elm. The Leesa website has a Store Finder to learn about brick-and-mortar options in your area.
Standard shipping is free when the Leesa Hybrid is purchased on the company’s website. Standard shipping means the mattress is compressed, sealed in plastic, and mailed via FedEx Ground to your door. After you bring the box to your bedroom and remove the packaging, the bed expands to its full size. The package usually arrives within a week of placing an order. Because of the weight of the mattress, it usually requires two to three people to safely lift and position on your bed frame.
If a purchase is made on Amazon or with a brick-and-mortar retailer, the shipping times and costs may be different. Customers should consult with any specific retailer about delivery policies.
For customers in Canada, Germany, and the U.K., extra shipping charges apply. More information about delivery time and shipping charges to international addresses is available from Leesa directly.
For many locations in the United States, customers have the option of White Glove delivery from Leesa. This means that the company works with you to set a delivery time and then has technicians who come to install the bed in your home. The technicians also haul-away your existing mattress. This service comes with an extra charge of $150.
During the provided sleep trial, customers have 100 nights to see how the Leesa Hybrid works for them. Leesa requires that you keep the mattress for 30 nights as an adjustment period, but after that, you can return the mattress for a refund if you are not satisfied with it. Leesa can help coordinate pickup and donation of the Leesa Hybrid if a return is initiated.
Once a return is processed, customers receive a full refund of their purchase price. The only exceptions are related to shipping. White Glove delivery charges (if chosen) are not refundable, and customers in Alaska and Hawaii have to pay a $100 return shipping fee.
The Leesa Hybrid has a 10-year warranty that offers a remedy in case there is a defect in materials or craftsmanship. That remedy is either repairing the mattress or replacing it with a new one. Customers are responsible for any warranty-related shipping charges.
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