Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid Review | Adjustable Latex Mattress

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This mattress uses 3″ of latex and a transition layer over a quantum edge to edge coil unit. The amazing thing is you can change the top layer of foam to a new firmness if you don’t like it!

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Igor Kuzmanoski says:

Let me ask … If money is out of the question , are speciality mattresses like full latex or full memory foam more supportive than a traditional spring or even a hybrid option ??

Is there an advantage of a hybrid ? ( Longveity, pressure relief , etc)

dragginbaitz says:

I weight 270 lbs. & 6’2”. Every bed I buy quickly develops a sagging trough where I lie. A smaller dip forms on my wife’s side with a hump in the middle. We’ve had Temperpedic Allura, Casper, T Mathis Bros. store brand hybrid (Lady Americana) and now a Serta iComfort that we just added a thick memory foam topper to trying to help the sag. I sleep on my side half the night before switching to the other side and finish on my back. I wake up with a sore neck, both shoulders sore and my lower back as well. I’ve read everything and viewed all the videos trying to determine what is the best bed but nothing is the clear choice. It’s an expensive and painful experience. Any suggestions?

PaoloFrancesco99 says:

Excellent review. I’m intrigued by Nest and your review is positive. You say this would be a great choice for people looking for a hybrid. Coming from a traditional mattress, maybe this would be a good choice for my wife and me. She’s looking to reduce hip pressure when side sleeping but I don’t think we want the memory foam feel of sinking in so much. These are the reasons I’m leaning toward this product in medium (vs. firm) and also over the Nest Alexander hybrid which uses memory foam. Does that thinking make sense?

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