What’s up, everybody? Today I’m talking about the SweetNight Mattress.
What I’m reviewing today is their 10-inch gel memory foam flippable mattress. I’ll go over the materials a little later on in the review. The firmer side of the mattress, I’d give it a seven and a half out of ten on the firmness scale, which is better for your back sleepers, your stomach sleepers, who need to keep their spine aligned in a little bit more of a straight position while they’re in those positions.
If you like to get a little bit of that contouring feeling, a little bit of that sinking into the mattress feeling that memory foam’s known for. If you’re going to be a strict side sleeper, someone who needs a little bit pressure relief at the shoulders, the hips, things like that, you’re going need to sink into the mattress a little more, I would definitely recommend sticking with the softer side of this mattress. Firmer mattresses are going to give problems to side sleepers because you’re going to get a little jammed up at the shoulders.
If you are a side sleeper, stick to the soft side of the mattress. If you are a stomach sleeper, it’s going to be opposite. You need that firmer support. You need to keep your hips from sinking into the mattress so your spine is aligned in a good position. I’d definitely say go with the firm side of the mattress. I would also say that, regardless of the side of the mattress that you’re on with the SweetNight Mattress, I found that the support level was
If you are a bit on the heavier side, if you’re in that 250 to 300 pound range, something like that, you’re probably going to need a little bit more support than this mattress is going to provide.
The cover is a pretty thin polyester cover. It’s nothing too much to write home about it. It should be pretty breathable because it is so thin so, it’s going to help a little bit with cooling. Underneath, I do want to point out that the SweetNight is all foam. The high-density poly foam is a common material used in a lot of bed-in-a-box mattresses. It’s usually used as a support layer of the mattress. When you put it on top like this, it’s going to give you that firm feel that I was talking about before. It’s going to help to keep your spine aligned in a good position when you’re on your back or your stomach. As you can see, it’s got firm feel, not a lot of sink into it. It’s going to give that jammed up feeling on your side. This middle layer here is the support core of the mattress. It’s a bit of a transition, depending on what side you’re on. It’s another layer of high-density poly foam. It’s about the same firmness as the firm-feel side of the mattress that’s on top right now. Again, a firmer feel, support for the mattress. When you have this side of the mattress up, you’re definitely going to feel a lot firmer support.
With my weight distributed like that, there’s not a ton of pressure on any one location. Like I said before, if you’re on the memory foam side, the softer side, you will feel yourself sinking into the mattress a little bit more, a little bit of that classic memory foam contouring around your body. Rolling onto my side is where you really start to see some differences.
If you are stomach sleeper, or you end up sleeping for a good portion of the night on your stomach, I would stay away from softer mattresses, definitely the softer side of this.
In general, definitely go with the firmer feel, the firmer support, so that your spine is lined in a better position. Another test that I run is a bounce test. That’s basically to see if you’re going to feel stuck in the mattress while you’re changing positions. If you roll around during the middle of the night, you don’t want to have to feel trapped in the layers of the mattress.
The last test that I’m going to mention here going in line with that bounce test. It’s a motion transfer test. What that means is I put a seismometer down on the mattress where you might be sleeping, and on the other side of the mattress. The seismometer checks to see how much disturbance is transferred with each drop to see if you’re going to be disturbed while they’re moving around during the middle of the night. It’s absorbing that bounce so that it doesn’t transfer across the mattress.
If you are interested in buying the SweetNight mattress, There is a 30-day return policy, so you can try it for a few weeks before you decide whether you want to keep it or send it back. There is a 10-year warranty on the mattress. You’ll, of course, want to check out exactly what that covers on their website. That’s pretty much as standard for the online bed-in-a-box mattress. Shipping is free. It will arrive compressed in a box.
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