Sleep And Co Mattress Review

Sleep And Co Mattress Review

Sleep And Co Mattress Review

*Since the publication of this article, Sleep and Co is no longer in unfortunately no longer business. However, if you come across unused of as-new Sleep and Co mattresses, our reviews and insight below may provide a good look at what to expect should you choose to invest in a resale or near-new Sleep and Co mattress. We recommend the NOA Mattress as a replacement.

Noa Mattress (Special $799 normally $1,099)
(Recommended Latex Mattress)

Let’s start with what is definitely one of our top picks when it comes to latex mattresses – the Noa. As an extremely versatile hybrid mattress, the Noa combines bouncy latex, moulding memory foam, and pocketed coils. If you like a supportive and contouring mattress feel, the Noa is the mattress for you. 

Noa uses OEKO TEK certified latex. This seems to be an excellent choice for sleepers who like the medium to firmer-feel but do not enjoy traditional beds. Based on our testing and the numerous reviews online, the Noa is well rounded – whether you prefer to sleep on your back, front, or side, you’re going to enjoy this mattress. 

Noa has a number of other features that set it apart from the competition. The spring coils provide more prominent edge support in comparison to the other models, meaning that getting in and out of bed is effortless and undemanding. Good edge support often means a more significant partner disturbance – interestingly, this was no problem for the Noa, resolved by the use of a layer of memory foam under the latex. In terms of the remaining features, we thought really set the Noa apart, the mattress has a Tencel cover and an incredibly affordable price tag. It also comes with a huge 15-year warranty and a trial period of 100 nights. Customers praise the excellent service and together with the price tag mention it as one of the most common perks.

Ultimately, the Noa is a mattress that we highly recommend – not only just as a latex mattress, but also when it comes to the mattress market as a whole. Its hybrid build means that the Noa can take advantage of the best aspects of multiple mattress types, and it does this remarkably well – what you get is a versatile, comfortable and well-rounded mattress that you really can’t go wrong with.

About Sleep And Co

With more than three decades in the mattress industry, Sleep and Co are one of the most trusted, reliable brands when it comes to investing in a good night’s sleep. The company has a fantastic track record of taking on customer feedback, curating products, mattresses, and technologies to best suit sleepers, and offers some great perks to help you get the most out of your Sleep and Co bed.

You’ll have two different mattress technologies to choose from, 90-day return periods, and plenty of customer support to help with any questions or concerns you may have about any of Sleep and Co’s products.

If you’re new to the Sleep and Co-brand of mattresses, take a look at our reviews and comparisons of their beds below.

Material Quality from Sleep and Co.

As you’d expect from a decades-long runner in the industry, Sleep and Co’s material choices have been refined again and again, getting you the best of the best when it comes to foam and hybrid mattresses.

There are two primary mattress materials or technologies employed by Sleep and Co and those are all-foam designs, and great hybrid models that offer the best of spring and foam working together.

Almost all reviews online are exceedingly optimistic about both mattress materials. Plus, when it comes to sleep experience, all-foam and hybrids do come out on top in the industry, so if it’s long-term comfort and fantastic quality you’re looking for, then Sleep and Co is the brand for you.

Digging a little deeper, we’ll take a look below at Sleep and Co’s material makeup of their beds to give you some added insight into what’s actually inside these great beds.

Memory Foam Mattresses

Featuring a memory foam and latex inner core, the memory foam mattress from Sleep and Co is the perfect combination of firm and soft, offering a fantastic sleeping experience for just about all sleeping positions.

Top Layer — there is a high-quality stretch fabric that’s machine washable and breathable. It’s the perfect material for warmer climates as well as locations where ventilation is a plus.

Natural Latex — below the top layer is a sheet of latex foam that provides the famous bounciness that’s often overlooked in many foam mattresses. Tie this with latex’s ability to naturally self-cool, and the top of the Sleep and Co mattress sleeps exceptionally cool.

Memory Foam — optimal pressure point relief and weightlessness come from the third layer of memory foam. This layer will be the key to relieving back, hip, and shoulder pain for most sleepers. The foam is also pliable enough to offer great sinkage and contouring support.

High-density Foam — to add support to the plushness above, there is a final layer of polyurethane density foam that provides lower back support and keeps spinal alignment in check. For tummy and back sleepers, the firmness of this layer is a plus.

Hybrid Mattress

Designed with both memory foam, gel foam, and latex, the hybrid mattress by Sleep and Co is created with an excellent all-around experience in mind. It’s not too firm and not too soft, and unlike all-foam variants, there’s a tonne of bounce and support here for those dealing with joint pain and sleeping problems because of hip or back pain.

Top Layer — a luxury cashmere blended fabric is quilted atop the hybrid mattress, offering a fantastic, plush, and quality topper for this bed. The high-density fabric makes the topper a little less breathable, though it remains very insulating and soft.

Natural Latex — the second layer is a mildly firm, bouncy latex that keeps the joints supported and ensures that there isn’t too much sinkage. For side sleepers, this will be ideal for keeping the hips supported and allow the rest of the body to sink just enough to be comfortable.

Gel-infused Memory Foam — the third layer of the mattress is the cooling and comfort layer that provides that excellent sinking feeling. Thanks to the gel beads, heat is drawn out of the bed in this layer, keeping it cool and making sure you’re not left in a heat sink as you sleep.

Pocket Springs — the vast majority of support in this mattress comes from the pocket spring layer system in the base. There’s arguably little that can beat a solid pocket spring array, and this is fantastic news for those who don’t like to ‘sag’ or dip too far as they sleep.

Overall Experience

The general response to the Sleep and Co mattresses is very positive. There’s a tonne of reviews touting that the support is ideal, the mattresses are comfortable and don’t move too much as sleepers get in and out of bed.

The material quality was also a standout perk for many customers, with reviews highlighting that quality fabrics and responsive, squeak-free springs were immediately noticeable.

Firmness and Support

Both mattresses fall into the medium-firm categories, with the hybrid landing at around 5 out of 10 and the memory foam being a little firmer at a 6 out of 10.

Generally speaking, the hybrid mattress is a little softer thanks to the more plush materials within and the luxurious topper fabrics. That said, the hybrid is going to be the go-to mattress for those who like to sleep on their sides, whereas the memory foam will be the firmer, more comfortable model for back and stomach sleepers.

Keeping Cool

The good news for customers in warm climates is that both mattresses will sleep cool in all climates. The latex and gel memory foam are both designed in a way that absorbs and expels heat from the bed, keeping sleepers from overheating as they sleep.

However, it’s good to note that the pocket spring variant is the most ideal for sleeping in hotter climates as pocket springs are less dense and have plenty of air space for ventilation.

Who Should Buy a Sleep and Co Mattress

The Sleep and Co mattress range is ideal for all consumers who are looking for an affordable and very high-quality mattress that’s designed to keep cool and offer maximum comfort.

All beds in the Sleep and Co range have been carefully curated to suit all sleepers, and as a result, you’ll find these beds comfortable no matter how you like to sleep.

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