While pocket springs and memory foam are the most common materials used in hybrid mattresses, you're also likely to find a range of other materials.
Each material provides a different function to the mattress.
Let's take a more in-depth look at some of the different mattress materials. 🧐
Memory foam is a great material found in many of the best mattresses in the Indian market. 🏆
The world-renowned Tempur mattresses, for example, rely on NASA-approved memory foam.
It's also a popular material for hybrid mattresses as it's soft and body-contouring, offering optimal pressure relief and body-hugging support.
Memory foam also has great orthopaedic properties, making it the number one choice for people with back pain.
The foam also limits motion transfer, ensuring a disturbance-free sleep and making it a good choice for couples. 👩❤️👨
On the downside, memory foam is prone to retaining heat and very difficult to move around on. 🥵
This makes it unsuitable for very hot and restless sleepers.
All-foam beds are also generally softer than hybrid beds.
If you want the benefits of memory foam without the downside, then a hybrid is a good choice.
The Durfi Hybrid mattress combines its unique "Cotton Candy" memory foam with pocket springs for enhanced breathability and better movement.
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Latex foam is a natural material made from tropical rubber trees, though you'll now find both natural and synthetic latex options. 🌴
Natural latex is a great eco-friendly choice, but it's often much more expensive.
Natural and synthetic latex is breathable and provides a cooling effect, making these mattresses ideal for hot sleepers. ❄️
Latex is also very hypoallergenic, making it an excellent choice for people prone to allergies. 🤧
Comfort-wise, it's very similar to memory foam, with optimal relief of pressure points and good motion isolation.
Latex hybrid mattresses aren't very common, but the Springtek Euro Top Hybrid Latex Pocket Spring Mattress is an excellent option.
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Pocket spring mattresses are a very popular type of innerspring mattress. 🥳
In contrast to open-coil systems, pocketed coils adapt better to the body and offer excellent comfort and support.
Spring mattresses are often recommended for back support. 🦴
They also have great edge support, meaning you can use the full width of the mattress.
They're also a great choice for hot sleepers.
This is because the spaces between the springs allow for natural ventilation channels, enhancing airflow and overall breathability. 💨
This keeps the mattress cooler and more comfortable.
Most hybrid mattresses will contain at least one layer of pocket springs.
Cold foam is a type of polyurethane foam (also known as poly-foam) that's commonly used as the base layer of high-quality mattresses.
This is because cold foam offers great stability, support, and enhanced durability.
It's rare to find pure cold foam mattresses, but most hybrid mattresses have a cold foam support base.