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Overall Rating 8.0

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Price Range: $599 – $1,386

Mattress Type: Hybrid

Firmness Options: Firm (8)

Ratings Summary

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Pros & Cons:

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    The firmer feel and strong coil core make it a good match for sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds
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    Firm feel is great for people who prefer firm or very firm mattresses
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    Hybrid design allows more airflow, which is good for people who sleep hot at night
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    May feel too firm for people under 130 pounds
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    Coils can generate some bounce and disrupt sleep for couples
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    Strong off-gassing odor for the first couple nights after unboxing

The Titan Plus by Brooklyn Bedding — previously known as the Titan Firm Hybrid — is a unique bed designed specifically for heavier people. Its design is engineered to meet the needs of heavy sleepers, providing extra support and durability. It features a firm feel and highly responsive support.

The Titan Plus is a firm bed, at about a 8 out of 10 on our 10-point firmness scale. This makes it a good fit for people who are heavier, and particularly for back and stomach sleepers. Some side sleepers may find that it is too firm for their taste.

This is a hybrid mattress, utilizing pocketed metal coils with layers of firm polyfoam. It features a 6-inch support core of pocketed coils on a 2-inch bed of firm polyfoam, along with 2 inches of polyfoam, and 1 inch of gel memory foam for comfort.

We’ll explain the Titan Plus’s construction, our own testing results, pricing, warranty, returns and everything else you need to know to find out if this is the right bed for you.

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What Our Testing Team Says


Colin Simpson

Product Research Manager

190 pounds

Side sleeper

Talks in sleep (like a lot)

The Titan Plus is one of the sturdiest, most robust mattresses on the market today. Anyone who weighs more than 230 pounds should be satisfied with this hybrid’s ultra-supportive build.


Brad Nehring

Senior Product Analyst

215 pounds

Side sleeper

Always sleeps under a weighted blanket

As someone who has struggled to find a mattress with sufficient support, I was very happy with the Titan Plus — the heavy-duty hybrid construction never felt too soft or saggy, even when I changed sleep positions.

Danny Noyed

Daniel Noyed

Senior Product Editor

165 pounds

Back sleeper

Likes to dunk head in bowl of ice water in the morning

I prefer a softer mattress that conforms to my body, so the Titan Plus felt a bit too firm. But I could see why this hybrid benefits people who weigh 230 pounds or more.

Brooklyn Bedding Titan Video Review

Watch the video below to see how the Brooklyn Bedding Titan performed when put to the test in our lab.

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Titan Plus

Sleeper Type

Under 130 lbs

130-230 lbs

Above 230 lbs

Side Sleepers

Side Sleepers

Under 130 lbs


130-230 lbs


Above 230 lbs


Back Sleepers

Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs


130-230 lbs


Above 230 lbs


Stomach Sleepers

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs


130-230 lbs


Above 230 lbs


Side Sleepers

Overall, our testing found that the Titan mattress will likely feel too firm for many side sleepers. Most side sleepers tend to prefer mattresses that are softer to moderately firm, but the Titan is about an 8 out of 10, making it very firm.

The Titan performs very well for side sleepers who are over 230 pounds. Side sleepers that weigh less than 230 pounds will likely find that the Titan puts too much pressure on the shoulders and hips, due to its very firm feel with minimal conforming.

Back Sleepers

The Titan performs very well for many back sleepers. Most people who sleep on their backs tend to prefer relatively firm beds. Unsurprisingly, the Titan performed best for the very category of sleeper it was designed for: heavier individuals. Our testers found that the Titan was most comfortable for those over 230 pounds or so.

The Titan is also a good option for back sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds, so long as they prefer firm mattresses. The hybrid design of this bed makes it well suited to back sleeping, as it provides a good blend of rigid support and moderate conforming. This combination helps to keep the spine aligned, while also providing just enough conforming to feel comfortable.

Stomach Sleepers

Overall, the Titan is a good fit for most stomach sleepers. The majority of people who sleep on their stomachs prefer a firm feel, which the Titan provides. The pocketed coils provide strong support that prevents the stomach from sinking too far into the mattress, helping to keep the spine properly aligned.

The Titan performs best for heavier people, but our testers noted that most stomach sleepers found this mattress to be comfortable. Stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds will probably find that the Titan feels a bit too firm, but some may enjoy it.

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Mattress Performance

In addition to the hands-on feedback from our team, we conduct a number of quantitative tests in our Test Lab. The below ratings are based on the experience of our testers.

Motion Isolation


Motion isolation for the Titan Plus is so-so. The foam layers absorb some movement, but the coils make the surface feel somewhat bouncy. This might be a deal-breaker if you’re easily awakened by your sleep partner’s movements during the night. – Danny

Beds with good motion isolation help keep movement on one side of the bed from disturbing the sleeper on the opposite side. Our testers found that the Titan Plus had very good motion isolation, due to the pocketed coil design.

While traditional coil beds generally have poor motion isolation, the Titan Plus’s pocketed coils, which are individually wrapped in fabric, can be compressed individually without affecting the surrounding coils. This results in good motion isolation on the Titan Plus.

Pressure Relief


The Titan Plus should reduce pressure for people who weigh more than 230 pounds. If you weigh less, chances are the mattress will feel overly firm and this can lead to stiffness or soreness in your shoulders, lower back, and hips. – Colin

In our tests, the Titan Plus offered good pressure relief for most sleepers, and particularly for heavier people. However, lighter sleepers will likely find that the mattress feels too firm. Remember that this is a firm bed, with a relatively thin comfort layer. This means that conforming is minimal, and the mattress material doesn’t “hug” the body. For those used to an all-foam mattress, the Titan Plus can feel a lot different in terms of pressure relief.

Temperature Control


I didn’t notice much overheating on the Titan Plus — some slight warmth in the topmost foam layer, but nothing that most sleepers will find bothersome. If you run extra hot in bed, the GlacioTex cooling cover might be a smart investment. – Brad

A bed with good temperature control will help you maintain a comfortable sleeping temperature, even on hot nights. The Titan Plus by Brooklyn Bedding does just that.

In our tests, this mattress performed very well. Its hybrid design helps, as coils increase airflow, helping the bed stay cool. Gel-infused memory foam in the top comfort layer also helps to draw heat away from the body.

We found that the base model of the Titan Plus did a good job of maintaining a comfortable sleeping temperature. For those who tend to sleep hot, the optional cooling cover may be a worthwhile addition.

Edge Support


Edge support is a major strength of this mattress. The firm feel coupled with strong coil support helps ensure little to no sink along the perimeter when you get in and out of bed. – Brad

Edge support is a measure of how supportive a mattress feels around its outer perimeter. This is an important factor for those who like to sit at the edge of the mattress, as well as for people who have difficulty getting in and out of bed.

The Titan Plus has excellent edge support overall. Its thick coil system, combined with firm foam layers, means it provides edge support that is significantly better than average.

Ease of Movement


I didn’t have much trouble moving on the Titan Plus. While the foam layers are somewhat adaptive, the surface felt supportive and responsive enough to keep my body aloft when I scooted into bed. – Danny

In our tests, the Titan Plus had very good ease of movement. This is due to the bed’s firm design and minimal “sinkage”. Unlike softer all-foam mattresses, sleepers won’t sink into the bed. This makes it significantly easier to change positions and get in and out of bed.



Due to the bed’s foam comfort layers, you’ll probably notice some off-gassing odor for the first couple nights. These smells are temporary, but still strong and unpleasant — airing out the mattress in a well-ventilated room for 48 hours after unboxing should do the trick. – Colin

Off-gassing occurs during a short time period after a new mattress is first set up. During the first few days, mattresses tend to put off some odors. This is due to volatile organic compounds that are released from the synthetic foam layers.

The Titan Plus has average amounts of off-gassing. Our testers noticed some odor for a couple of days after unboxing, after which the odor was no longer noticeable. If you find that you dislike the off-gassing odor, we recommend allowing the mattress to sit uncovered in a well-ventilated room for a while before use.

Titan Mattress Review Breakdown

The Titan Mattress by Brooklyn Bedding is specifically designed for the needs of heavier sleepers. It uses a reinforced design with high-density foams and strong springs to create a supportive, comfortable and durable bed.

The Titan is a hybrid mattress, which means that it utilizes both metal coils and a substantial comfort system. Generally speaking, hybrids aim to combine the positive features of innerspring mattresses (firm support) with those of foam or other beds (comfort and conforming).

The underlying support core of the Titan is made up of 6 inches of 13.5-gauge pocketed coils, sitting on top of 2 inches of very firm polyfoam. The coils are thick, providing very firm underlying support. There are hundreds of coils in the bed, with each one individually wrapped in fabric. This pocketed design allows the coils to move independently from one another, responding to changes in pressure individually rather than all sinking in as a unit. The design also helps to isolate motion, making it easier to move around without disturbing your partner.

On top of the support core sits 2 inches of firm polyfoam and 1 inch of gel-infused memory foam. The polyfoam is a proprietary material from Brooklyn Bedding called TitanFlex. It’s a dense, latex-like material that provides good durability and a responsive feel, but doesn’t provide much conforming. The thin, 1-inch layer of memory foam is moderately firm and does provide a somewhat softer feel, but ultimately the comfort layer is both thinner and firmer than the average mattress. For those who prefer more conforming, an optional Talalay latex mattress topper is available.

Finally, a quilted cotton knit cover tops the mattress. It’s soft, durable and fairly breathable. For an extra fee, customers can choose to have an upgraded cover that’s made with phase change material technology. This advanced cover works to draw body heat away from the sleeper, helping to keep a neutral temperature on warm nights. This optional cover is a good upgrade for those who sleep hot. However, since the Titan offers good temperature neutrality already, the upgraded cover may or may not be necessary.


Firm – 8

Mattress Type



The Titan Plus is constructed of gel-infused memory foam and latex-like TitanFlex foam over a robust bed of pocketed coils and a base of high-density polyfoam, all wrapped in a knit cotton cover.

Cover Material:

Quilted cotton knit top

Comfort Layer:

1″ memory foam (gel-infused)
2″ TitanFlex polyfoam

Support Core:

6″ pocketed coils
1″ HD polyfoam

Mattress Prices and Sizing

The Titan Mattress from Brooklyn Bedding is nicely priced for a high-quality hybrid bed. Prices range from $699 to $1249, depending on the size you choose. Based on the prices of competing models of a similar quality, the Titan is a bit more affordable than average.

Because this is a specialty mattress designed for heavier sleepers, we think the Titan offers a very good value overall. There are few mattress options on the market that are specifically designed for heavier people, and those that are tend to be on the expensive side.

Keep in mind that the prices listed below are for the base model, without any add-on features. There are two optional add-ons available:

  • An advanced cooling cover with phase change material
  • A conforming Talalay latex mattress topper

Adding one of these optional features will bump the price of the Titan up significantly, but they may be worthwhile upgrades for some sleepers.

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38″ x 75″ 11″ 58 lbs. $599
Twin XL 38″x 80″ 11″ 60 lbs. $693
Full 53″ x 75″ 11″ 85 lbs. $843
Queen 60″ x 80″ 11″ 100 lbs. $1,049
King 76″ x 80″ 11″ 120 lbs. $1,274
California King 72″ x 84″ 11″ 120 lbs. $1,274
Split California King 36″ x 84″ (2 pcs.) 11″ N/A $1,386

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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies


The Titan Plus by Brooklyn Bedding is available online, directly from the manufacturer. It is also available in select brick and mortar mattress retailers across the United States. The Titan is not currently available on Amazon.

The Titan Plus is available for purchase online in the United States and Canada.


Shipping is available for free on domestic orders in the contiguous United States. Shipping to Hawaii or Alaska will cost at least $125 extra.

Shipping is available to Canada, starting at $250 per mattress. International shipping outside of Canada is not currently available.

Mattresses ship via FedEx Ground. Orders are typically processed within 1-4 business days, and shipping can take an additional 3-5 business days.

Additional Services

Some custom sizes are available, for an extra fee. An optional cooling cover is available for an added fee.

Sleep Trial

The Titan comes with a 120-night in-home sleep trial. There is a mandatory 30-day minimum break-in period. If you are unsatisfied with your new mattress after the initial 30 days, you can return it for a full refund within the first 120 days. There are no return or restocking fees.


The Titan comes with a 10-year limited warranty. The warranty covers manufacturer defects, but it does not cover you for accidental damage or normal wear-and-tear. There are no warranty claim fees, although you may be responsible for return shipping costs.

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