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I received a free Dromma mattress to review. The Dromma Mattress is a thicker mattress with 2 different comfort options, medium soft or medium firm. I reviewed the medium soft as I haven’t reviewed a truly soft mattress with a top latex layer so I thought this would be something unique to the market.
Ordering the Dromma Bed
You can expect your Dromma mattress to arrive in about 5-7 business days from placing your order. It’s made in the USA so there’s no delay in shipping. It’s easy to order online and you get standard tracking information so you know when to expect your mattress. It comes in a box which makes it easy to transport to any room in your house.
Here’s a video giving an overview of the Dromma Bed and an unboxing.
How much does the Dromma Bed Cost?
Construction of the Dromma Mattress
- 1.5″ Top Layer of Adapt Ultra-Responsive Performance Foam – provides support & bounce, with open cell technology for increased air circulation.
- 2.5″ Preserve VG Visco Elastic Cooling Gel Memory Foam Layer – helps to keep your bed from overheating, and provides additional contouring for neck, back and hip comfort. This layer also uses a more eco-friendly, bio based foam replacing much of the traditional petroleum based foam formulation for a natural soy based formulation.
- 8” Ultra supportive, eco-friendly, memory foam core offers ideal comfort for all sleep styles and preferences.
Dromma is a a 12 inch mattress. As of a few months ago the standard was 10 inches so Dromma along with others have upped the standard. This mattress does a wonderful job of temperature regulation for a soft mattress since the top layer is latex with a cooling gel foam beneath it.
Another unique feature of the Dromma bed is that it uses a “bio-foam” which is basically memory foam with a portion of it being a soy-based product instead of petrochemicals. I don’t know the exact amount replaced but the fact that they are trying to move in that direction is promising.
Here’s what it looks like under the covers.
Here’s how the layers react…
Dromma is one of the best soft mattresses for motion transfer. It is a “Yummy” mattress like the Noomi but since it has a latex top, it will recover faster.
This mattress is definitely on the softer side among all the mattresses I have reviewed. Because of that, you will inevitably lose some support. I recommend this mattress most for side sleepers. You will “sleep in” this mattress instead of “sleep on” it. There’s a good amount of sinkage.
There are so many mattress in a box companies right now that there is bound to be some confusion. To help clarify and guide you to the right mattress, I would say that this is a unique mattress among the foam/latex mattresses on the market. It is softer than the Brentwood Home S-Bed, and Eve Mattress. That’s because the top latex layer is thinner and softer allowing you to get more of the feel of the middle memory foam layer.
My Dromma Bed Recommendation
The Dromma (medium soft) brings a unique feel to the mattress space. Because it is on the softer end of the spectrum it lacks edge support and a bit of base layer support but what you do get is great pressure relief and a great mattress for sinking into. If you like innerspring mattresses with a pillow top, this would be a good choice for making the transition to foam.
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