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If you’re in the market for an all-latex bed, you’ll definitely want to follow along with me today as I review the Spindle mattress. Not only is this bed built with three layers of soft, all-natural latex, but it’s also adjustable, so you can tinker with the different sections for true personalized comfort.
But how exactly does the Spindle sleep? I won’t know until I put it through my series of rigorous tests, which will help me figure out how it feels and, most importantly, whether or not it might just be the mattress you’ve been waiting for!
For the purpose of this review, I’m taking a look at the brand’s “medium” orientation, so received two “medium” latex layers and a single “firm” one. These sections came in three separate boxes—I unloaded them and then layered them per Spindle’s specific ordering instructions.
Cover – The cover is crafted out of organic cotton and all-natural wool batting. The combination of materials makes for a gentle hand feel, providing immediate comfort to the sleeper. I should add that wool is great at wicking moisture, which will help keep things nice and cool through the night.
Comfort Layer – The comfort layer in this orientation is comprised of a 3” layer of medium natural latex. This material is soft yet quickly responds to pressure, ensuring that the sleeper will enjoy some nice pressure relief without feeling stuck in the mattress.
Transition Layer – Directly below the comfort layer, you’ll find another 3” of medium natural latex. In addition to extending the comfort of the top layer deeper into the mattress, this section also works to transition the sleeper into the bed’s firm foundation.
Foundation Layer – The base is made up of 3” of firm natural latex. This section gives the bed its stability and shape, acting as the main support of the mattress. As with the other latex layers, it will also draw on the material’s inherent cooling properties to prevent overheating.
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