DreamCloud and Nest Bedding Alexander Signature Hybrid belong to the same product category. Both these mattresses are flippable, and can easily fit on adjustable bed bases. These models both come with an exceptional lifetime warranty.
The Alexander Signature is a hybrid mattress manufactured by Nest Bedding.
This mattress blends 5 (five) professionally engineered layers of coils and foam for enhanced support and comfort.
DreamCloud is a luxury 15-inch luxury hybrid mattress combining latex, memory foam, hand-crafted Cashmere, tufting and coil technology, all with a balanced mix of comfort, support, and coolness. The high-end Cashmere blend cover complements the 7-layer hybrid construction.
Edge support is very important for those that like to lie close to the side of the mattress or have mobility issues. Both the Alexander Signature and DreamCloud have reinforced the sides of the mattress, so it’s more supportive towards the edge.
The Alexander Signature offers a lifetime warranty for mattress defects, and they’ll replace it at no cost to you. Plus they also offer a Lifetime Comfort Guarantee!
DreamCloud offers an initial 10-year warranty, and they’ll replace the mattress at no cost to you if a defect is found. After ten years, they’ll repair your mattress or possibly replace it if there’s a defect. The bed is covered for its entire life.
DreamCloud lets you try out the new mattress for an incredible 365-nights before deciding if it’s right for you. There’s no minimum number of nights, but you should sleep on the mattress for at least 30 days to evaluate it properly.
The Alexander Signature lets you try out the new mattress for 100 nights before deciding if it’s right for you. They’ll ask that you sleep on the bed for at least 30 nights before initiating a return.
Both Nest Bedding and DreamCloud manufacture their mattresses in the United States, so you won’t wait around forever for a bed to be shipped from overseas.
If you aren’t willing to pay the full amount for the price of the mattress all at once, both DreamCloud and Nest Bedding offer easy financing options (both use Affirm, with 0% APR). You’ll receive a decision within minutes. Just click Pay with Affirm at checkout.
The Alexander Signature Construction: 5 layers
Combining a very innovative copper-infused foam with the support of high-quality individual coils providing extra edge support, the Alexander Signature Hybrid features Thermic Phase Change Cooling Fabric.
The Alexander Signature Hybrid Mattress utilizes a very durable individually pocketed coil unit with edge support coils all around the perimeter. This provides a movement-free sleep surface and supports the back perfectly.
It’s not just what’s on the outside, but the inside is where the real magic happens.
A soft quilted, luxurious top layer of fabric greets you and provides a cool, comfy surface. The top layer of convoluted foam provides an ergonomically supportive surface and a more airy, breathable surface than traditional flat memory foam.
Layer 1: 1.5″ 4 lb. Gel Infused Memory Foam and Super Soft Quilted Thermic Phase Change Fabric.
The Thermic Phase Change Cooling fabric will help your body regulate its ideal sleeping temperature through the seasons. This is a layer of cooling Copper Infused Memory Foam, the most innovative foam on the market today. Copper is known for its antimicrobial properties, but also its conductive properties.
Heat is pulled away from your body into the copper, making this mattress sleep very cool. Copper is actually infused into the foam.
Layer 2: 1.5″ TitanChil Endurance Foam
Layer 3: 1.5″ 2.5 lb. Copper Infused Energex Foam
Layer 4: 1″ 3 lb. SmartFlow Support Foam
Layer 5: 8″ Quantum Edge Pocketed Support Coils
All foams are CertiPUR-US certified.
DreamCloud Construction: 8 layers
This mattress is
exceptionally thick at 15 inches and provides a luxurious feel from the
moment you jump on top of it. It offers 8 layers made of unique
materials, all of which are of exceptionally high quality.
- Euro Top Cover (Cashmere Blend)
Euro Top mattresses are some of the most comfortable and luxurious products on the market and many resorts / high-end hotels exclusively use them because of that. The cashmere wool blend inside the padding of this euro top is gentle, soft, and simply divine to lie down on.
- Cooling Gel Memory Foam
Because this first memory foam layer is in direct contact with the sleeper, some kind of cooling technology is required because normal memory foam is well-known for getting warm throughout the night.
There are little cells inside the material that contain air (and give memory foam its contouring properties). With normal memory foam, the air inside these cells heats up from body heat and as it can’t escape and ventilate – hot spots tend to form underneath the sleeper. Cooling gel memory foam has a thermal conducting gel added to it which is designed to absorb much of the heat that comes from the sleeper before it gets into the cells. The gel spreads the heat out evenly over the entire surface – resulting in a cooler sleeping surface and a reduction of hot spots. It’s a very effective strategy for eliminating the problem of overheating.
- Plush Memory Foam
This layer has been made from a medium-firm slab of quilted memory foam to provide additional luxury to the product. The padded nature of this layer creates a feeling like you’re floating on top of the mattress instead of sinking into it. There’s a reasonably low amount of support provided by this layer considering it’s made from memory foam – this is primarily a comfort layer (the support comes from other layers below).
Latex is one of the best natural materials that’s ever been used in mattress design, and is here to provide a little bit of bounce and responsiveness to the product that the memory foam layers lack. It works in perfect harmony with them all, in order to provide a little give that’s particularly appreciated when you change position throughout the night.
It has also got an additional benefit of being an internal cooling layer inside the mattress. Because latex is naturally ventilated, it allows air to flow reasonably freely throughout this layer and out into the bedroom (taking the heat away with it).
- Dream Plush Memory Foam
This layer of memory foam has been added to provide a little bit of the support to the layers above. It’s also a gradient layer with the function of making the transition from the softer layers above to the harder ones below, more gentle. It’s a high-quality, standard memory foam without any cooling tech, and is very effective.
- Super Dense Super Soft Memory Foam
This is a standard layer of memory foam that’s almost identical to the one above – it’s just firmer. It provides a little more support, and it further softens the gradient between the foam sections above and the coiled section below.
- Best Rest Coils
It’s made from coils which are individually wrapped and are not attached to the coils next to them. What that means is that they only compress when you’re lying down on them directly and creates a shape that contours in a similar fashion to memory foam.
The smart thing about this layer is that all the coils have been split up into several different zones. Each zone has a different firmness level, which means that you can get more support where you need it, and less support where you don’t.
It’s extremely effective, and transforms the mattress into one of the best products on the market for side sleepers.
- High-Density Memory Foam
This bottom layer is a thick wedge of high-density memory foam. It is of very high quality and is extremely durable, providing a stable base for all the good stuff in the layers above.
The best mattress will ideally be firm enough to provide adequate support, but also soft enough to conform to your figure and relieve pressure points throughout the body. 6 to 7 on the firmness scale is the most popular range.
The DreamCloud mattress is plush but highly supportive. We rate DreamCloud at a 6.5 on a 1-10 scale, with 1 being a cloud and 10 being a rock. This is a standard sleep scale which places mattresses with optimal support for most sleepers between 6-8.
The Alexander Signature provides three different firmness levels: Plush (soft) 7 – 7.5, Medium 5.5 – 6 and Luxury Firm 2 – 2.5.
The Alexander Signature Hybrid comes in at $600 for a Twin and goes up to $1,300 for a King. The DreamCloud comes in at $499 for a Twin, $999 for a Queen, and $1,199 for a King, $200 off with coupon SHOP200.