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The Level Sleep Mattress is an all-foam model constructed of three distinct layers. A cover constructed of polyester and rayon encases the mattress. This cover is stretchy enough to move with the mattress. It is also removable and washable. The top layer of the mattress uses 1-inch of Enduroplush HR Foam, which is a polyfoam engineered for pressure-relieving cradling.
Next, a 3-inch layer of zoned Energex polyfoam simultaneously acts as a comfort and transition layer. Energex is crafted to contour like memory foam but with more responsiveness and added bounce. This layer uses three firmness zones: the head and shoulder area has a soft (3) feel, the torso area has a firm (7) feel, and the leg area has a medium (5) feel. The sleeper’s shoulders and legs can sink in more, while their back gets extra support.
The support core consists of 7 inches of polyfoam. This layer is extra firm to reinforce the surface of the bed.
While the mattress has three separate firmness zones, its overall firmness is medium, rating around 5 on the 10-point firmness scale. This rating puts it on the softer end of the average range for mattresses.
Head/Shoulder: Soft – 3
Torso: Firm – 7
Hip/Leg: Medium – 5
The Level Sleep Mattress uses three layers of polyfoam. Enduroplush HR Foam is used in the top layer, Energex foam is used in the second layer, and the final layer consists of extra-firm polyfoam.
3″ Zoned Polyfoam (Energex)
The Level Sleep Mattress is around the average price for an all-foam model. It may be a particularly good value for sleepers looking for targeted support without a high price tag. The Level Sleep Mattress comes in the six standard mattress sizes.
|Twin||39" x 75"||11"||52 lbs.||$799|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||11"||54 lbs.||$899|
|Full||54" x 75"||11"||67 lbs.||$1099|
|Queen||60" x 80"||11"||76 lbs.||$1199|
|King||76" x 80"||11"||93 lbs.||$1399|
|California King||72" x 84"||11"||94 lbs.||$1399|
The Level Sleep Mattress’s zoned support makes it a good match for side sleepers from all weight groups. It is soft near the head end of the bed, so a side sleeper’s shoulders can sink in more. The area near the hips and legs has a medium feel, allowing them to sink in a bit. Firm foam near the middle of the bed gives extra support for a side sleeper’s back and torso to help keep their spine in its natural alignment.
While side sleepers from any weight group may find the Level Sleep Mattress comfortable, they may experience the mattress differently. Side sleepers who weigh under 130 pounds may be more likely to have some pressure buildup around their hips, while those who weigh over 230 pounds may sink in more than ideal around their shoulders and hips.
Because of its medium feel, the Level Sleep Mattress might be best suited for back sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds. The hips of back sleepers in this weight group should sink in a bit without sagging enough to put a strain on their spines. The firm midsection and the soft head end of the bed can also help keep lighter back sleepers’ spines properly aligned.
Back sleepers who weigh over 130 pounds may experience more strain near their lumbar region. The area near their hips has a medium feel, which may allow the sleeper’s hips to dip too deeply into the mattress. Since the head end of the bed has a soft feel, their shoulders may also sink excessively.
Stomach sleepers frequently struggle to maintain their natural spinal alignment because extra weight near their hips and bellies can drag their midsections too deeply into the mattress.
Individuals who weigh under 130 pounds are unlikely to have issues on the Level Sleep Mattress, as the firm feel near the sleeper’s stomach area should give even support. Medium foam under the sleeper’s hips and legs and soft foam under the shoulders and head may allow these areas to sink in more, but this is unlikely to be significant enough to strain a lighter sleeper’s spine.
Stomach sleepers who weigh over 130 pounds are more likely to experience notable sagging at the head and foot end of the bed, which could put a strain on their lumbar regions.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The Level Sleep Mattress ships within the United States. International shipping is not available at this time. Customers can buy the Level Sleep Mattress directly through the Level Sleep website. The Level Sleep Mattress is also sold at select retail partner stores across the United States.
The Level Mattress ships for free within the contiguous United States via FedEx. Additional charges apply for shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.
Processing times may vary, but most Level Sleep Mattresses ship within 2 to 3 business days once the order is placed. They typically arrive 1 to 5 business days after they ship.
The mattress arrives compressed in a box, and the customer is responsible for moving it to their room and setting it up.
White Glove delivery is available for an extra charge. This service includes the delivery and setup of the new mattress.
The Level Sleep Mattress has a 365-night sleep trial. If you choose to return your mattress during this time frame, Level Sleep will arrange to pick up the mattress and then issue a full refund of the purchase price. Discarded mattresses are typically donated to local charities.
The original mattress owner receives a forever limited warranty with their Level Sleep Mattress purchase. For the first 10 years of the warranty, Level Sleep offers to replace mattresses with qualifying defects in materials or workmanship. After 10 years, Level Sleep will replace, repair, or re-cover eligible mattresses depending on their needs. If Level Sleep confirms a defect, it will also waive transportation costs.
Additional terms and conditions apply.
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