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Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress Review

Logan Foley

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Logan Foley, Certified Sleep Coach

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OVERVIEW

Formerly known as Marpac, Yogasleep is a company with more than 55 years of experience in the sleep industry. Having started with a simple white noise machine, the company has expanded over the years and now offers a variety of sleep products, including mattresses, pillows, bed frames, and other sleep accessories.

The current mattress lineup includes two models: the Original Yogabed Mattress and the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress. We will be focusing on the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress.

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is Yogasleep’s only hybrid mattress, constructed with layers of memory foam and polyfoam over a pocketed coil support core. The memory foam incorporates copper infusions designed to evenly distribute body heat, and the pocketed coils are engineered to promote airflow.

We’ll take an in-depth look at the construction, pricing, and performance ratings of the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress. We’ll also discuss Yogasleep’s warranty, sleep trial, and shipping policies, and provide recommendations for different sleep positions and body types.

Price Range

$949 - $1,499
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Hybrid
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Ideal for:

  • Hot sleepers
  • Side and back sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds
  • Couples who are easily disturbed by movement
  • Individuals who like sleeping near the edge of the bed

Considerations:

  • May be too plush for stomach sleepers and those over 230 pounds
  • The mattress has some bounce, but combination sleepers may prefer a more resilient sleep surface
  • Individuals under 130 pounds may experience slight pressure points
RATINGS SUMMARY
Motion Isolation
Ease of Movement
Temperature Control
Sex
Pressure Relief
Off-Gassing
Edge Support

Yogabed Cool Hybrid Video Review

Watch the video below to see how the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress performed when put to the test in the lab.

Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress performs well at motion isolation.

Motion isolation is especially important for individuals who share the bed with an active sleep partner or a large pet. A mattress with good motion isolation may help reduce sleep interruptions caused by vibrations throughout the mattress.

With its tendency to conform closely around the sleeper’s body, memory foam typically excels at motion isolation. As they move independently, the wrapped coils are also effective at reducing disruptions compared to traditional innerspring coils.

Pressure Relief

The medium firm Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress provides a supportive and comfortable surface for most sleepers, particularly those between 130 pounds and 230 pounds. The memory foam contours to relieve pressure points, while the wrapped coils help promote proper spinal alignment.

While the mattress performs well for most sleepers, some individuals under 130 pounds may experience pressure points at the hips and shoulders. Those who weigh more than 230 pounds may sink through the comfort layers and come into contact with the firmer support core.

Temperature Control

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress contains multiple elements designed to help maintain a neutral temperature throughout the night.

As with most hybrid mattresses, the pocketed spring support core protects against excessive heat retention by allowing heat to escape through the spaces between the coils.

Although memory foam is generally poor at regulating body temperature, this mattress contains copper infusions engineered to pull heat away from the body.

Edge Support

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress offers reliable edge support.

Edge support affects the lifespan and usable surface of a mattress. Strong edges make it easier to get in and out of bed or sit on the edge of the mattress.

Hybrid mattresses often provide better-than-average edge support due to their coil support core, which resists excessive compression. In the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress, the sides are further reinforced with stronger coils, offering extra support along the length of the mattress. Sleepers should be able to sleep right up to the edge of the mattress without feelings of roll-off.

Ease of Movement

The pocketed coils in the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress add responsiveness that helps facilitate movement.

Mattresses that allow sleepers to sink in can inhibit movement. Many sleepers find it particularly difficult to switch positions on memory foam mattresses, due to the material’s close conforming and slow response to pressure.

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress has a fairly thin layer of memory foam, with firmer polyfoam and coil layers underneath that mitigate the sinking effect. While not exactly a bouncy mattress, most sleepers should have minimal trouble moving around on this bed.

Sex

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress provides an average level of bounce that is relatively conducive to sex. Memory foam does hinder movement to some extent, but it also provides traction. The pocketed coil support core adds resilience and helps prevent overheating.

Strong edge support enables couples to use the full surface of the bed. The individually wrapped coils also produce less noise than an innerspring mattress, though they may be noisier than an all-foam model.

Off-Gassing

Off-gassing occurs as volatile organic compounds are released from a recently unboxed mattress. The odor is considered harmless, and it is particularly common in mattresses containing memory foam or polyfoam.

The foams used in the Yogabed are CertiPUR-US certified, meaning they have passed certain tests meant to detect the presence of harmful chemicals. However, some sleepers may notice off-gassing odors upon unboxing the mattress.

While they may be unpleasant to some, the odors generally dissipate within a few days. Opening your mattress in a well-ventilated room often helps speed up the process.

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Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress

Sleeper Type Under 130 lbs 130-230 lbs Above 230 lbs
Side Sleepers
Back Sleepers
Stomach Sleepers

Side Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Side Sleepers: The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is ideal for side sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds.

Side sleepers typically prefer a medium to medium firm sleep surface that provides cushioning and support for the shoulders and hips. A close-conforming mattress can help relieve pressure points, and it can also encourage proper spinal alignment by allowing the body to settle into a neutral position.

Side sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds exert less pressure on the mattress, and some may find the Yogabed Cool Hybrid mattress too firm. By contrast, side sleepers over 230 pounds require a firmer surface, and may receive insufficient spinal support.

Back Sleepers: The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress performs well for back sleepers who weigh between 130 to 230 pounds. Its medium firm feel provides the right amount of contouring and support for the average sleeper, without causing excessive sinking.

Back sleepers tend to prefer a mattress that is medium firm to firm. These sleepers put the most pressure on the lumbar area and need a mattress that can support the lower back.

Individuals who weigh less than 130 pounds may prefer a softer mattress that cushions the lumbar area. Those over 230 pounds may experience excessive sinking in the midsection, potentially causing misalignment in the spine. However, the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress tends to feel comfortable to most back sleepers.

Stomach Sleepers: With its medium firm feel, the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is suitable for most stomach sleepers under 230 pounds.

Stomach sleepers put the most pressure on the abdomen and hips. If a mattress is too soft, the stomach and hips may sink, causing spinal misalignment and discomfort in the center of the body.For this reason, most stomach sleepers prefer a mattress that is firmer and more responsive.

Stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds may not receive enough support from the Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress.

Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress Review Breakdown

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress has a 12-inch profile and contains four layers in total. In terms of firmness the mattress is rated as medium firm, or a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. This is considered within the range that appeals to the vast majority of sleeper types.

The comfort system includes 2 inches of memory foam, a material that’s known for its ability to contour to the body and relieve pressure points. As memory foam can sometimes trap heat, Yogasleep has added copper infusions that are designed to pull body heat away from the surface of the bed. A second layer of polyfoam helps supply resilience to prevent sleepers from feeling stuck in the bed.

In the support core, 8 inches of pocketed coils rest on a thin polyfoam base. The coils form a deep cradle to promote healthy spinal alignment, and rows of stronger coils along each side of the bed help reinforce the edges. As pocketed coils respond individually to pressure, they tend to transfer less motion than interconnected innerspring coils.

The mattress has a zippered, machine-washable polyester cover. All the foams used in the mattress are CertiPUR-US certified. This means a third-party organization has verified the foams and confirmed that they do not contain harmful levels of chemicals.

Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress

Firmness Options

Mattress Type

Medium Firm (6)

Hybrid

Construction

The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress has a zippered polyester cover and four layers, consisting of copper-infused memory foam, polyfoam, wrapped coils, and a polyfoam base layer.

Cover Material:

Polyester

Comfort Layer:

Copper-Infused Memory Foam, Polyfoam

Support Core:

Pocketed Coils, Polyfoam

Mattress Prices and Sizing

High-quality hybrid mattresses typically range in price from about $1,000 to $3,000 for a queen size. The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is competitively priced, coming in at the lower end of this range. The mattress is sold exclusively online, which may contribute to its affordability.

Hybrid mattresses are generally more expensive than all-foam or innerspring mattresses, especially if they contain extra features. The Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is competitively priced considering its proprietary foams and multiple comfort layers.

Yogasleep does not offer bundled options at checkout. However, the company sells a large collection of bed frames and bedding that customers may wish to purchase along with the mattress.

Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38" x 75" 12" 57 lbs. $949
Twin XL 38" x 80" 12" 63 lbs. $999
Full 54" x 75" 12" 80 lbs. $1,099
Queen 60" x 80" 12" 96 lbs. $1,299
King 76" x 80" 12" 123 lbs. $1,499
California King 72" x 84" 12" 123 lbs. $1,499
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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

  • Availability

    Currently, the Yogabed Cool Hybrid mattress is available exclusively through Yogaleep’s website.

  • Shipping

    Yogasleep offers free ground shipping through FedEx within the contiguous U.S. There are additional shipping costs for orders to Alaska and Hawaii. Mattresses typically arrive within 5 to 14 business days after placing the order. Expedited shipping is available for an extra fee.

    The mattress arrives shrink-wrapped and compressed via doorstep delivery. As the box can weigh between 57 and 123 pounds, it’s best to enlist the help of a second person. To set the mattress up, carry it to its intended room, place it on the foundation, and gently remove the wrapping. The mattress will expand immediately, but it may take a few days to regain its full size.

  • Additional Services

    Yogasleep can provide a professional team to remove an old mattress and/or box spring for an additional cost. If you require assistance setting up a new mattress and/or box spring, Yogasleep offers a setup service as well for an additional fee. You may also bundle a setup and removal full service to receive a small discount on the optional add-on services.

  • Sleep Trial

    Yogasleep offers free returns within the first 101 nights, but asks that customers try the mattress for at least 30 nights before initiating a return. Yogasleep will issue a full refund and will arrange to pick up the mattress at no charge.

  • Warranty

    The Yogabed Cool Hybrid mattress comes with a 15-year limited warranty. The warranty covers manufacturing and workmanship defects, excluding those that arise from normal wear and tear.

    Yogasleep will repair or replace a mattress that qualifies under warranty, but the customer is responsible for any shipping costs involved in the return process after the sleep trial ends. If a mattress qualifies for replacement, the price is prorated based on the number of years since the original purchase.

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Logan Foley

Certified Sleep Coach

Logan has extensive experience testing sleep products and producing sleep content. She is also a Certified Sleep Science Coach.

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