2920 Mattress Review

2920 Mattress

Recently updated on March 18th, 2020 at 04:49 pm

2920 Mattress


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The 2920 mattress is a responsive memory foam mattress that is breathable and supportive. Although this is isn’t the cheapest mattress on the market, coming in at $995 for a queen, it is a quality build and should appeal to most sleepers making it a great choice for couples with different firmness preferences.

Overview of the 2920 Mattress

The 2920 mattress can be ordered direct from their website. It will arrive in about a week after ordering and comes with a 100-night free trial. All this is fairly standard for an online mattress company. It is also made in the USA.

Here’s a video of me on the 2290 mattress. It sort of reminds me of the Leesa mattress but just felt a little more substantial.

2920 Mattress Construction

The 2920 mattress is 10 inches in depth with the following layers.

2″ inch layer of gel foam

1″ layer of support/transition foam

5.5″ support layer

1.5″ base layer

2920 mattress details

Here’s a look at the inside of the mattress and the layers.

2920 Mattress Construction


2920 Mattress Findings

You’ll see that the 2920 has a little bit of bounce but not much motion transfer. I’ll attribute this to the 1″ support and comfort layer which is a foam/latex blend. It gives the mattress quicker recovery without sacrificing pressure relief.

Below is a video I shot with my thermal camera. This mattress sleeps fairly cool for an all foam mattress. The top layers of foam aren’t that dense which provides some breathability. I also attribute this to the stretch knit cover. In terms of how this compares to other mattresses with similar construction, I would say it is about average for heat retention. It will definitely sleep cooler than denser foam mattresses such as the Nectar and Cocoon.

Below is a video that shows how each layer of the 2920 mattress will react. As you can see in the video every layer of this mattress recovers quickly. The top layer is the slowest to recover but even that bounces back fast. This means that this mattress is easy to mover around on but you will sacrifice some pressure relief. I have found that denser foam mattresses will contour better and provide better pressure relief but a mattress like this is more breathable and easier to switch positions. There’s always some tradeoff depending on which material you go with and you just need to understand what you sleep priorities are.

My 2920 Mattress Recommendation

2920 isn’t the first and definitely won’t be the last online mattress offering. However it does offer another choice for consumers. For context, if you are looking for a mattress that recovers quick, sleeps cool for a foam bed and has minimal motion transfer, this would be a good choice. I found it to be a little firmer than the Leesa but softer than the firm version of the Cocoon mattress.

Aside from the mattress, 2920 also offers sheets and pillows. The sheets are made with organic cotton and are a 300 thread count.

2920 sheets

The pillows look amazing as they are made with natural latex and have a knit cover.

2920 pillows

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  1. Does anyone know who makes these mattresses for 2920?
    Can we be certain that their warranty won’t go up in flames because in 2 years time they may be gone? I am interested in their 2920 Lotus Hybrid Mattress but couldn’t find any info on the company nor the mattress.

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