Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress Review by

GoodBed’s in-depth review of Nest Bedding’s Latex Hybrid mattress with natural latex over pocketed coils…

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Time Chapter
0:04 Introduction
0:20 Comfort Level
1:11 Materials & Construction
5:17 Back Support & Pressure Relief
9:20 Responsiveness
10:47 Cushioning Depth
11:55 Motion Isolation
12:55 Repositioning
13:14 Edge Support
14:09 Temperature
15:32 Natural Materials & Certifications
17:43 Dual Comfort
22:31 Unboxing + Initial Off-Gassing
19:45 Adjustable Base Compatibility
24:32 Return Policy
26:26 Price & Value
30:44 Summary
32:53 Final Thoughts

* Sep ’18: The pricing for the Nest Hybrid Latex mattress has recently been reduced relative to the price mentioned in the video. The queen size price has decreased from $1,599 to $1,299.
* Sep ’18: The Nest Hybrid Latex mattress is now available in a Plush version as well, in addition to the Medium and Firm versions discussed in the video. The option to have different comfort levels on each side of the mattress is still available but must be ordered by phone rather than via the website (it may help to mention that you saw it shown in this video).
* Sep ’18: The Nest Hybrid Latex line now has organic latex options (vs. the natural blend latex version shown in the video). The organic versions comes in 4 softness levels: Firm, Medium, Plush, and Soft with Topper (the last of which has an additional 2″ of soft Talalay latex on top).
* Sep ’18: The Nest Hybrid Latex mattresses now use Dunlop latex in the top layer rather than Talalay as shown in the video, as well as a slightly different cover than the one shown in the video.


Alexander Kahl says:

Welcome back! I’ve missed these reviews

James Haydel says:

Hi at 2:25 you say it’s a talalay (I don’t know if I’m spelling that right) latex. But on Nests webpage it says it’s a Dunlop latex. IDK if there is a big difference here. I just want to confirm and if so what is the difference between these two and does this matter? Thanks!

Elizabeth Ellis says:

They now have a soft, a plush, a medium, and a firm. They suggested the plush feels softer while being plenty supportive. I would not normally think “plush” as I like a medium/firm support, but I do think I will order the plush.

Karayah Holly says:

They have a Natural version, which is $1299, and an Organic version now, which is $1999 (in a queen). They also offer a soft version, too.

J Dub says:

Nice review. One question? Have you ever done a review on the Muse mattress? It’s selling point is how cool it keeps you and with this hot summer we’ve been having, I’d like to know if it’s any good? Thanks

steve kastner says:

I was seeing if you could do a review of the Sleepy’s 12 inch cool mattress.

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