Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Review 2

Nest Bedding continues to innovate and bring value to the mattress market. Their latest mattress, the Hybrid Latex, is a step forward for people that are looking for a mattress that incorporates natural materials but feels like a quality traditional mattress that will hold up very well over time.

Ordering

With improvements in roll packing technology, mattresses with pocket coil systems can be compressed into UPS or FedEx shippable boxes that can be delivered to your doorstep. This mattress is no exception. After placing your order it should arrive in about a week. You can choose from two different firmness options, medium or firm. I think the vast majority of people will be happy with the medium which is what I recommend ordering unless you know you prefer a firm mattress.

hybrid latex

Unboxing

This mattress is heavy so you may need some help getting it out of the box onto your bed. Once you do, it’s easy to remove the plastic and as you can see in the video below, the bed inflates almost instantly and is ready to sleep on right away. This is the advantage to a coil/latex system. Foam takes a little longer to fully expand and there is also the element of off gassing with foam. With latex, there is virtually no off gassing because latex is a natural material. Latex recovers instantly as well.

Specifications

Below are the specifications of this mattress according to Nest Bedding:

layers

  • 2″ wool filled top layer
  • 3″ Latex layer available in either firm or medium
  • 7″ 5 Zone individually wrapped coil units, 1100 coils. Quantum Edge support provides industry leading edge support. It’s important to note that this has a zoned coil system. This means that there are firmer coils in the lumbar area for support and softer coils near the hips and shoulders for more contouring. You also get a firmer edge so you won’t fell like you are going to roll off the mattress.

Here’s a picture of the inside of the mattress showing the top layer of latex. Notice that the latex has holes which is standard. This allows for even more breathability. Since the layer beneath that is coils, there is even more ventilation through the bottom of the mattress. The top layer is easy to unzip and has a quality copper zipper.

latex mattress layer

Findings

This mattress feels more like an inner spring mattress than a latex mattress. By that I mean the springs will give you more of a floating sensation. With an all latex mattress it feels like there is some push back with the latex. The coils mitigate this by providing some extra give to allow the mattress to contour to your body better.

Here’s a picture to show you how much the mattress sinks. This is a 14 lb. bowling ball:

hybrid latex

This mattress will sleep cooler than a foam mattress because it is latex and foam. The wool inside the cover also helps regulate temperature so that you’re not too hot or too cold. Below is an infrared video showing heat retention.

This mattress has much more bounce than the foam hybrid mattresses because the coils and latex both contribute to bounce.

Here’s a video illustrating bounce and motion transfer. Obviously you will be getting more motion transfer on this mattress. However, if you do go with a king size you may get a little less transfer than a queen because with the king you get two pieces of latex put side by side.

Conclusion

The Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex mattress is another winner from Nest Bedding. This mattress should have wide appeal and is built to last. You can easily get 20 years from latex and the zoned pocket coil system should give you at least 8-10 years of quality support.

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Nest Hybrid Latex

Nest Hybrid Latex
8.9

Motion Transfer

8.5/10

Affordability

8.5/10

Softness

9.0/10

Off Gassing

9.5/10

Trial Period

9.0/10

8 thoughts on “Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Review”

  1. I’m curious how you would compare this bed to the Winkbed. I’m trying out the Winkbed as we speak and like it a lot. However when I sleep on my side I think it would be even better if there was just a little more foam for a little more hug or softeness. Although I love the feel of memory foam, I’m also hyper sensitive to it and sleep super hot no matter how sophisticated the technology is. So that makes it harder to find a good bed these days. I did like the Leesa and slept much cooler on it thanks to the avena foam on top. But I wish it was just a little thicker and substantial of a mattress than the 10 inches that it is. So far the Winkbed is the best I’ve tried but just came across this new nest bed latex hybrid and wanted to see what you thought. Thank you!

    1. I don’t think that latex provides as good of pressure relief as foam. If you want to go softer than the Winkbed, you may want to consider the Crave Mattress or the Soft Alexander Hybrid.

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