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The all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt is constructed with two memory foam layers. The comfort layer consists of TEMPUR-ES foam, a proprietary material renowned for its adaptive and body-contouring qualities. You’ll feel close body-conforming from the TEMPUR-ES memory foam and will probably sink quite a bit beneath the surface – especially if you weigh 130 pounds or more.
The transitional layer is made from TEMPUR memory foam, another proprietary material. The TEMPUR foam, which is much denser, prevents you from sinking too deeply into the mattress. A support core of high-density polyfoam lies beneath the transitional layer. The support core is designed to stabilize the entire mattress and reinforce the transitional foam.
The hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt has an identical TEMPUR-ES memory foam comfort layer and TEMPUR memory foam transitional layer. As a result, both beds offer a medium feel. In the hybrid’s support core, you’ll find pocketed coils encased in high-density foam. The coils give the surface some extra responsiveness, but the mattress still feels less springy than most competing hybrids.
The covers for both versions of the TEMPUR-Adapt are made from the same polyester blend, as well. Unlike other Tempur-Pedic models, the TEMPUR-Adapt’s cover is not removable. If stains occur, Tempur-Pedic recommends spot-cleaning the cover fabric with water and mild detergent.
The all-foam and hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt mattresses each measure 11 inches thick, making them medium-profile models.
The all-foam and hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt have very similar designs apart from their support core construction. Layer-by-layer breakdowns are listed below for both models.
Polyester blend (non-removable)
TEMPUR-ES memory foam
TEMPUR transitional memory foam
High-density polyfoam (all-foam model)
Pocketed coils encased in high-density polyfoam (hybrid model)
The all-foam and hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt each cost $2,199 in a queen size. For all sizes, these mattresses range from $1,699 in a twin or twin long to $3,398 in a split king or split California king.
These price-points are very expensive for an all-foam model and fairly high-end for a hybrid, but they are inexpensive compared to other Tempur-Pedic models. The TEMPUR-Adapt is more expensive than the TEMPUR-Cloud, but costs less than the TEMPUR-ProAdapt, TEMPUR-LuxeAdapt, TEMPUR-Probreezeº, and TEMPUR-Luxebreezeº.
There are no add-ons or customization options for the TEMPUR-Adapt that increase its price-point. White Glove delivery is free for most customers in the contiguous U.S., but those who live in remote areas or reside in Alaska or Hawaii must pay a flat shipping fee of $600.
|Twin||39" x 75"||11"||48 lbs.||$1699|
|Twin XL||39"x 80"||11"||52 lbs.||$1699|
|Full||54" x 75"||11"||67 lbs.||$2049|
|Queen||60" x 80"||11"||72 lbs.||$2199|
|King||76" x 80"||11"||99 lbs.||$2899|
|California King||72" x 84"||11"||99 lbs.||$2899|
|Split King||38" x 80" (2pc.)||11"||49.5 lbs. (ea.)||$3398|
|Twin||39" x 75"||11"||67 lbs.||$1699|
|Twin XL||39"x 80"||11"||68 lbs.||$1699|
|Full||54" x 75"||11"||87 lbs.||$2049|
|Queen||60" x 80"||11"||109 lbs.||$2199|
|King||76" x 80"||11"||129 lbs.||$2899|
|California King||72" x 84"||11"||129 lbs.||$2899|
|Split King||38" x 80" (2pc.)||11"||64.5 lbs. (ea.)||$3398|
Side Sleepers: Side sleepers generally prefer plusher mattresses with ample padding for their shoulders and hips. This ensures even support for their bodies, which in turn aligns the spine and reduces pressure in sensitive areas. For this reason, the all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt is very well-suited to side sleepers – particularly if they weigh 230 pounds or less. Their bodies won’t sink too deeply into the mattress, but the foam contours closely enough to alleviate pressure points along the spine.
Side sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds should also find the all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt comfortable, but this model will be too soft for some. These side sleepers often require a medium firm to firm surface that will support their bodies while also cushioning their pressure-sensitive areas. Due to its medium feel, an all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt will likely sag beneath the hips and shoulders, which can interfere with spinal alignment.
Back Sleepers: Compared to side sleepers, back sleepers typically need less contouring and more support – in other words, a firmer mattress feel. This is because the back sleeping position promotes spinal alignment without help from the mattress. The surface should conform to the body somewhat closely while maintaining an even plane with minimal sagging around the torso and waist, where weight tends to be concentrated. The all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt’s medium feel will be ideal for many back sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds because it conforms closely, but should not sink too much.
Back sleepers who weigh 130 pounds or more will probably not feel as comfortable on the all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt. Excessive sagging between the shoulders and hips will be the main issue for most. This causes the body to sink in the middle while the head and legs remain elevated. Over time, this lack of support may contribute to serious aches and pains.
Stomach Sleepers: Stomach sleepers generally require enhanced support for the midsection and gentler cradling for the head and legs. Without this extra reinforcement, these sleepers tend to sag excessively as the weight from their stomach and hips pulls them into the mattress. Neck and shoulder aches are a common result. With this in mind, the all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt’s medium feel and significant sinkage are not particularly suited to stomach sleeping.
Some stomach sleepers who weigh 230 pounds or less may feel comfortable on this mattress, though it’s likely most will sink too deeply. We don’t recommend the all-foam TEMPUR-Adapt to stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds, as the support it provides will likely be insufficient for these individuals.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
Side Sleepers: The all-foam and hybrid TEMPUR-Adapts are very similar in many respects, including suitability for side sleepers. Those who sleep on their side and weigh up to 230 pounds will probably feel very comfortable on the hybrid model. The combination of close contouring from the memory foam and light coil responsiveness keeps their bodies on an even plane as their shoulders and hips sink into the cushioning foam. We expect most side sleepers in this weight range will experience even spinal alignment and great pressure relief.
Side sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds should also find the hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt supportive enough, though there will be more sinking between the shoulders and hips. For some, this may throw their spinal alignment off-kilter and create added pressure. Side sleepers who find the hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt too soft should consider a medium firm or firm hybrid instead.
Back Sleepers: The hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt offers a bit more support than the all-foam model. Back sleepers who weigh up to 230 pounds should feel reasonably comfortable on this mattress thanks to a good balance of body-contouring and push-back from the pocketed coils. These sleepers may sink a bit around the torso and waist, but probably not enough to compromise how supportive the mattress feels.
On the other hand, back sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds will likely feel less comfortable due to excessive sagging. Despite the coil system, this hybrid feels softer, conforms more closely, and sinks deeper than a lot of competing models with similar pocketed coil designs. Instead of the hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt, we’d recommend a firmer hybrid with stronger coils for back sleepers in this weight group.
Stomach Sleepers: The hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt is also better suited to stomach sleepers than the all-foam model, but only slightly so. This is largely due to the added responsiveness from its coil system. Stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds should receive enough support for their chest, waist, and hips to rest on an even plane without sinking too deeply. Even then, some may find the hybrid’s medium feel too soft.
Although the coils add a bit of extra strength, the hybrid TEMPUR-Adapt is not well-suited to stomach sleepers who weigh 130 pounds or more. Deep sinkage between the shoulders and hips will likely be an issue for many of these individuals. For stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds, we highly recommend mattresses with zoned support layers, meaning the areas beneath the chest, stomach, and waist are firmer than those under the head, neck, and legs. This ensures comfortable cradling for the lighter areas and more reinforcement for areas where people tend to carry the most weight.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The TEMPUR-Adapt is available for purchase on the Tempur-Pedic website. It is also sold through Amazon and other online marketplaces and online retailers. Tempur-Pedic operates dedicated brick-and-mortar showrooms across the country. The company’s mattresses are also sold at thousands of brick-and-mortar locations in the U.S.
For U.S. customers, Tempur-Pedic will ship mattresses to all 50 states. Purchases outside the U.S. are processed through Tempur-Pedic’s international orders website.
Most Tempur-Pedic mattresses are shipped via White Glove delivery. This service includes a scheduled delivery date and time window, full assembly in a room of your choice, and old mattress removal. Delivery is free for most people who live in the contiguous U.S. If you reside in Alaska or Hawaii, or your home is in a remote location, the flat shipping charge is $600.
Standard ground shipping is not available. Under normal shipping periods, customers in the contiguous U.S. receive their delivery within one to two weeks of placing their order. Deliveries for Alaska and Hawaii may take longer. No matter where you live, you’ll be able to monitor your delivery using a tracking number included with your order.
Since the mattress is delivered by White Glove couriers, it will not be compressed for shipping. On the delivery date, you’ll need to be at home to sign for the mattress and oversee the setup process. Make sure to clear obstacles between the front door and the room where you’d like the mattress assembled.
Tempur-Pedic offers a 90-night sleep trial for TEMPUR-Adapt models. You’ll need to test out the mattress for at least 30 nights before returning or exchanging it. Between 30 and 90 nights, you can return the mattress for a full refund minus shipping expenses.
The TEMPUR-Adapt comes with a 10-year warranty. This warranty is entirely non-prorated. Tempur-Pedic will cover the costs of repairing or replacing your mattress if a defect develops, but you’ll be responsible for the associated shipping and handling charges.
Defects covered under warranty include sagging or body impressions in the surface that measure at least three-quarters of an inch deep, physical flaws with the mattress that cause the materials to wear out prematurely, and manufacturing defects with the mattress cover.
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