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The Zephyr Mattress by Polysleep is made with four layers of foam. The top layer of open-cell memory foam features gel infusions designed to improve temperature regulation. Next is a layer of aerated polyfoam, which helps improve airflow. This layer is treated with antimicrobial technology engineered to fight bacteria.
A transitional layer of zoned polyfoam provides firmer support in the middle third of the mattress. The mattress also has a high-density polyfoam support core designed to support the spine. These bottom two layers are surrounded by a high-density polyfoam encasement that reinforces the edges.
All the foams used in this mattress are CertiPUR-US certified, which means they meet strict standards for indoor air quality.
Polysleep designed the Zephyr to include Nanobionic infrared technology, which is meant to help you rest and recover faster as you sleep. The technology is integrated into the mesh cover, which comprises a blend of polyester, spandex, and organic cotton.
The Zephyr has an 11.5-inch profile and is medium firm, falling at a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale.
The Zephyr Mattress has four foam layers and a polyester-viscose cover with infrared technology.
Polyester, Spandex, and Cotton Blend with Infrared Technology
Gel-Infused Memory Foam
Zoned Polyfoam with Polyfoam Encasement
High-Density Polyfoam with Polyfoam Encasement
The Zephyr Mattress is relatively expensive compared to other foam mattresses, and it has the steepest price-point of the three Polysleep mattresses. The higher cost is due to the use of specialty materials in this mattress, notably the Nanobionic technology.
The Origin Mattress has a basic two-layer design with an accessible price-point, and the Polysleep Mattress has a similar construction to the Zephyr Mattress but without the Nanobionic technology.
The Zephyr has an average profile and it is sold in the six standard mattress sizes.
|Twin||39” x 75”||11.5”||54 lbs.||$1,695|
|Twin XL||39” x 80”||11.5”||56 lbs.||$1,745|
|Full||54” x 75”||11.5”||70 lbs.||$2,295|
|Queen||60” x 80”||11.5”||77 lbs.||$2,495|
|King||76” x 80”||11.5”||89 lbs.||$2,795|
|California King||72” x 84”||11.5”||89 lbs.||$2,795|
Side Sleepers: The Zephyr mattress is ideal for side sleepers weighing between 130 and 230 pounds. For these sleepers, the mattress provides targeted support and pressure point cushioning.
The mattress is also a good option for side sleepers under 130 pounds, though it may cause some pressure points at the hips and shoulders. Side sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds sink deeper into the foam, and may find that the Zephyr offers insufficient support.
Back Sleepers: Back sleepers under 230 pounds receive adequate support from the Zephyr Mattress. The medium firm surface contours to relieve pressure points, and the zoned polyfoam layer helps support the lumbar spine, which is a common problem area for back sleepers.
The bed may not provide enough support for back sleepers over 230 pounds. These individuals may require a sturdier mattress, such as a hybrid mattress, to prevent the midsection from sinking too far into the bed.
Stomach Sleepers: With the exception of individuals under 130 pounds, the Zephyr Mattress is a little too soft for most stomach sleepers.
Stomach sleepers require a firm, supportive mattress to keep the spine on an even plane. The Zephyr Mattress allows sleepers to sink in a little bit, which can lead to sagging in the midsection and pressure buildup in the neck and back. The effect is more pronounced for stomach sleepers over 230 pounds, who put more pressure on the bed.
Polysleep Zephyr Mattress
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Polysleep products are shipped from Polysleep’s warehouse in Montreal, Canada. Polysleep ships mattresses within Canada and to all 50 U.S. states.
Polysleep’s Zephyr Mattress is available for purchase through Polysleep’s website and on Amazon.com. The company also partners with brick-and-mortar stores in Canada.
Shipping is free for Canadian provinces and the contiguous U.S., with an extra fee for Hawaii, Alaska, and Canadian territories. Orders ship via UPS Standard and generally arrive within 4 to 14 business days. Expedited shipping may be available in some locations for an additional fee. International shipments and shipments to territories may take longer.
The mattress is compressed and shipped in a box. Once you receive your mattress, you can unpack it and allow it to decompress on the frame or foundation. It may be best to ask for help from a friend, as the box can be quite heavy.
Polysleep does not offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.
Polysleep offers a 100-night sleep trial. Customers can return the mattress at any point during this time and receive a full refund of the purchase price. Polysleep works with partner organizations that come pick up the mattress at your home and donate it to charity. Promotional products cannot be refunded for money, but you can elect to pay the difference if you wish to keep them after returning your mattress.
Polysleep mattresses include a 10-year limited warranty for the original purchaser. The warranty covers visible indentations of at least 1 inch, physical flaws in the mattress that cause it to split or crack, or any flaw in the zipper. The warranty only applies if the mattress has been used correctly, with proper support and normal usage.
The warranty does not cover normal wear of the mattress, such as a normal increase in the softness of the foam material. Polysleep will repair or replace defective mattresses at its option, but customers are responsible for inspection and transportation fees. Additional terms and conditions apply.
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