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Zoma Hybrid Mattress Review

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Daniel Noyed

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Ideal for:

  • Side sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds
  • Athletes and active individuals
  • Individuals who need a balance between support and contouring
  • Those who frequently change positions

Considerations:

  • Stomach sleepers over 130 pounds may not experience enough support to promote spinal alignment
  • Individuals over 230 pounds may need a firmer mattress to maintain good posture
  • Those who sleep hot may prefer greater breathability
Price Range:
$849 - $1,748
Mattress Type:
Hybrid
Firmness:
Medium Firm (6)
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Zoma Sleep specializes in sleep products meant to enhance recovery in athletes and people with active lifestyles. In addition to pillows, foundations, and sheets, the company currently offers two mattress models: the Zoma Hybrid Mattress and the Zoma Mattress, the company’s flagship all-foam model.

Both mattresses contain gel-infused memory foam and responsive polyfoam within their comfort systems. While the mattresses are similar in construction, they have some key differences.

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress includes a pocketed coil support core with a polyfoam base rather than the flagship model’s polyfoam core, making the Zoma Hybrid bouncier and more breathable, but less conforming. With a medium firm (6) feel, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress is also firmer than the flagship model. Additionally, it comes at a slightly higher price-point, which is standard for hybrid mattresses.

We’ll examine the Zoma Hybrid Mattress’ construction, performance, materials, and price, and summarize Zoma’s warranty coverage and shipping and return policies to help you decide if it’s the best option for you.

Zoma Hybrid Mattress Review Breakdown

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress uses three layers of foam and a coil core.

On top, a 2-inch comfort layer of perforated, gel-infused memory foam is designed to cradle the body while allowing heat to escape. This layer is also zoned for targeted pressure relief and spinal support. Underneath, 2 inches of Zoma’s proprietary Reactiv polyfoam acts as a transition layer. This latex-like material is engineered to enhance the contouring and respond quickly to movement without allowing sleepers to sink in too deeply.

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress’ core consists of 7 inches of individually pocketed coils resting on a 1-inch polyfoam base. The coils give the bed a springy feel, and air circulates between them to dissipate heat. Sturdy polyfoam wraps around the perimeter of the layer to provide extra support for those who like to sit or sleep close to the edge of the bed. The bed is encased in a polyester-spandex blend cover designed to wick moisture and allow airflow to keep the surface cooler and drier.

This model has a medium firm feel (6) that falls within the range most sleepers prefer. Side sleepers, in particular, should enjoy a good balance of contouring and support. However, stomach sleepers who weigh over 130 pounds and back sleepers over 230 pounds may need a firmer surface to keep their spines in a neutral position.

At 12 inches, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress is slightly thicker than the brand’s all-foam model. Standard sheets should fit, but some owners may prefer deep pocket sheets, especially if they use a mattress topper or a thick mattress pad.

Firmness

Mattress Type

Medium Firm (6)

Hybrid

Construction

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress contains three layers of foam and a coil core. The mattress’ comfort layers include gel-infused memory foam and polyfoam, the core uses pocketed coils, and the base consists of high-density polyfoam. The bed is encased in a polyester and spandex cover.

Cover Material:

Polyester, Spandex

Support Core:

7” Pocketed Coils

1” Polyfoam

Comfort Layer:

2″ Zoned Memory Foam

2″ Polyfoam

Prices and Sizing

Hybrid mattresses are typically more expensive than innerspring and all-foam models due to their unique combination of conforming comfort layers and supportive coil cores. Compared to other hybrid models, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress is affordably priced. Frequent discounts can lower the price even further.

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress is available in all six standard mattress sizes, as well as split king.

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38" x 74" 12" 58 lbs. $849
Twin XL 38" x 80" 12" 66 lbs. $949
Full 54" x 75" 12" 79 lbs. $1,049
Queen 60" x 80" 12" 91 lbs. $1,149
King 76" x 80" 12" 115 lbs. $1,249
California King 72" x 84" 12" 115 lbs. $1,249
Split King 38" x 80" (2pcs.) 12" 66 lbs. (2pcs.) $1,748
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Discounts and Deals

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Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

Motion isolation refers to a mattress’ ability to prevent one sleeper from disturbing another when moving in bed. Some hybrid mattresses transfer motion due to their coil cores.

With 2 inches of gel-infused memory foam and 2 inches of latex-like polyfoam, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress does a good job of absorbing vibrations. This moderately thick comfort system should minimize motion transfer across the surface and dampen vibrations emanating from the bouncy coil system.

However, sleepers who awaken easily may find the mattress slightly too springy to eliminate motion transfer as completely as they’d like. Hybrid mattresses with thicker comfort systems and all-foam models, including the flagship Zoma Mattress, often excel in this area.

Pressure Relief

Pressure relief is an important feature for sleepers with discomfort in their necks, shoulders, hips, and backs. It occurs when a mattress adjusts to the shape of the body, redistributing the force of the weight so that pressure doesn’t build up around wider, heavier parts.

The Zoma Hybrid provides moderate pressure relief compared to other hybrid models. Its comfort system includes 2 inches of zoned memory foam and 2 inches of polyfoam, which provide subtle hug without a lot of sinkage. This combination should help relieve the sharp pressure points of most side sleepers, but some back and stomach sleepers may not find the right balance between contouring and support.

Temperature Control

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress includes a layer of perforated gel-infused memory foam and a ventilated polyester-spandex cover that are designed to enhance the mattress’ breathability. A pocketed coil core also allows increased airflow through the mattress.

While the Zoma Hybrid delivers superior temperature control to some hybrid and all-foam models, the close hug of its memory foam comfort layer may still trap some heat against the sleeper’s body. Many hybrid models on the market tend to retain less heat.

Edge Support

Hybrid mattresses typically offer stable edge support, and the Zoma Hybrid Mattress is no exception. A mattress with good edge support is sturdy around its perimeter. For those who tend to roll away from the center of the bed during the night, strong edge support can be crucial.

Firm polyfoam wraps around the outside of the Zoma Hybrid’s coil layer to stabilize the edge. Because of this, most individuals under 230 pounds will enjoy relatively strong edge support.

However, those over 230 pounds may sink in more than ideal around the perimeter, which may limit the usable surface area.

Ease of Movement

The Zoma Hybrid’s 2-inch responsive polyfoam transition layer limits sinkage while responding quickly to changes in pressure to prevent sleepers from feeling stuck in the bed. A 7-inch pocketed coil core adds to this effect through its support and bounce.

Thanks to the Zoma Hybrid’s exceptional ease of movement, individuals should be able to change sleeping positions with minimal effort.

Sex

Couples often prefer hybrid mattresses due to their bounce, edge support, and ease of movement.

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress earns solid marks in these areas. Its 2-inch transition layer of latex-like polyfoam limits sinkage while adding a bit of bounce. The 7-inch pocketed coil core further enhances the responsiveness.

Many couples will find the Zoma Hybrid conducive to sex. However, other hybrid models are often springier and sturdier around their edges, which some may prefer.

Off-Gassing

Like most models that contain synthetic foam, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress gives off a slight odor when it’s first unboxed. This is due to certain chemicals from the manufacturing process that remain in the foam.

The Zoma Hybrid Mattress’ off-gassing is not as strong as that of some models that contain synthetic foam and ship compressed. The ventilated polyester-spandex cover, perforated memory foam comfort layer, and pocketed coil core allow enough airflow to help initial odors dissipate quickly once the mattress has a chance to breathe.

Some owners may prefer to let the mattress air out in a well-ventilated room for a few days to reduce leftover odors from manufacturing.

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Side Sleepers:
Because their hips and shoulders tend to put more pressure on a mattress than the rest of their bodies, side sleepers usually prefer a model with notable contouring that allows their curves to sink in without sagging.

With a medium firm (6) feel, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress is likely to conform exceptionally well to side sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds. The 2-inch memory foam comfort layer and the 2-inch polyfoam transition layer should cradle their hips and shoulders, while the zoning in the comfort layer helps promote good posture.

The mattress should also be comfortable for most side sleepers who weigh under 130 pounds, but some may notice pressure buildup around their hips and shoulders. Individuals who weigh over 230 pounds may need a firmer mattress to support the spine. Their hips and shoulders could sink too deeply into the Zoma Hybrid, potentially straining the lumbar region.

Back Sleepers:
Most back sleepers prefer a moderately firm mattress to keep their spines aligned. They need adequate lower back support, so a mattress that’s just soft enough to conform to this region is often ideal. The Zoma Hybrid’s 2-inch zoned memory foam comfort layer should gently cradle the spine, while its responsive transition layer and coil core limit sagging.

For back sleepers under 130 pounds, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress offers decent support and contouring. However, its medium firm (6) feel may be too firm to adequately conform to the shape of the spine.

While many back sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds will sleep comfortably on the Zoma Hybrid, some may not experience an optimal balance of support and contouring. Those on the lower end of this weight range may not receive enough cradling, and individuals on the higher end could sink in too much around their hips, putting pressure on the lower back.

The hips of individuals who weigh over 230 pounds are likely to sag more significantly. Back sleepers in the weight group may prefer to opt for a firmer model for extra support.

Stomach Sleepers:
Regardless of weight, stomach sleepers typically need a relatively firm mattress that supports their midsections. Otherwise, the stomach can sink into the center of the mattress and pull the spine out of alignment, which puts pressure on the neck and lower back.

Stomach sleepers under 130 pounds should get enough support from the Zoma Hybrid Mattress. As a medium firm (6) model, it is likely to be firm enough to align the spine yet soft enough to alleviate pressure.

For stomach sleepers over 130 pounds, the Zoma Hybrid Mattress may not offer adequate support. Stomach sleepers in this weight range may find that their hips and stomachs sink too deeply into the mattress, putting a strain on their lumbar region.

Zoma Hybrid Mattress

Under 130 lbs. 130-230 lbs. Above 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers Good Excellent Fair
Back Sleepers Good Good Fair
Stomach Sleepers Good Fair Fair
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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

  • Availability

    The Zoma Hybrid Mattress is available through Zoma’s website. The company does not have any brick-and-mortar locations at this time.

    While Zoma ships to locations within the contiguous United States, customers who live elsewhere can coordinate with a freight forwarding company to purchase the Zoma Hybrid Mattress.

  • Shipping

    Zoma offers free shipping within the contiguous U.S. Customers outside of this region can coordinate delivery through a freight forwarding service. Zoma will ship the mattress for free to freight forwarders located in the contiguous United States, but buyers will be responsible for fees charged by the forwarding service.

    All Zoma mattresses arrive compressed in a box that measures 19 inches by 19 inches by 42.5 inches. Most products ship within 3 to 7 business days of purchase and arrive within 1 to 5 business days after shipment. Packages arrive via FedEx with curbside delivery.

    Once the mattress arrives, customers will need to move it into their room of choice, which is best done with a partner. They should then carefully remove it from the box, unroll it, and allow it to decompress.

  • Additional Services

    Zoma does not currently offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.

  • Sleep Trial

    Zoma offers a 100-night sleep trial on the Zoma Hybrid. The company does require a 30-day break-in period to allow customers to adjust to the mattress before requesting a return. Returns requested within the first 30 days will incur a $99 early processing fee.

    After 30 days, customers can contact customer support to return the mattress for a full refund of the purchase price. Zoma asks that customers donate the unwanted mattress to a charitable organization and provide proof of donation.

  • Warranty

    Zoma provides a 10-year warranty for the Zoma Hybrid Mattress. The warranty begins at the time of purchase and is non-transferable.

    Zoma will review claims to determine whether the mattress is eligible for repair or replacement. Covered defects include visible indentations over .75 inches.

    Damage resulting from an improper foundation, misuse, and abuse is not eligible for coverage. Mattresses in unsanitary condition and those with burns, tears, water damage, and other signs of abuse may also be excluded from coverage.

    Additional terms and conditions apply.