Puffy Royal V ELUX V Luuf V Layla V Nolah Evolution
Mattresses with coils and memory foam will provide you with a bed that contours to your body without making you feel “sunk in“. Memory foam on its own is well-known for retaining a lot of heat, and that’s why hybrid mattresses help address such issues with airflow. Furthermore, they tend to focus on enhanced contouring, deep-compression support, and pressure relief. They’re also particularly silent and have very little motion transfer. [Check our buyer’s guide at the end of this page, for an in-depth analysis about mattresses with coils and foam].
Here we review and compare 6 major brands: Puffy Royal (Best Luxury) vs ELUX Signature (10″ Best Value) vs LuuF Hybrid (Best Conforming) vs Layla Hybrid (Best for Side Sleepers) vs Nolah Evolution (Best Cooling).
14″ Puffy Royal Hybrid Mattress (Best Luxury)
10″ ELUX Signature Gel Hybrid Mattress (Best Value)
The ELUX Signature 10″ Premium Mattress is a hybrid of 4 layers of memory foam with a unique zero-motion pocket coil system. Encased in a cooling cover with an anti-slip fabric bottom making it perfect even with any adjustable base.
1) Stretch Knit Cover: it fits any body type to help keep you comfortable and cool all night long.
2) 1” Gel Infused Memory Foam: ventilated gel-infused memory foam promotes cooling comfort and air flow.
3) 1.7” Super Soft Memory Foam: it adjusts to your body and provides cloud-like comfort for total support.
4) 0.5” High-Definition Support Foam: it creates spinal alignment and support for your body. And
5) 6.8” Wrapped Coil System: unique zero-motion coil system with a foam encasement that provides a restful and undisturbed sleep.
13.5″ LuuF Hybrid Mattress (Best Conforming)
Layla Hybrid Flippable Firmness Mattress (Best for Side Sleepers)
The Flippable Firmness feature means you’ll have two choices in this hybrid mattress to find the right fit for you. One side of the mattress has a soft, plush feel, or you can flip it over to the other side for a firmer, even more, supportive feel.
Both sides are made of different combinations of zoned polyfoam layers and copper-infused memory foam, with thicker foam layers on the medium side. The copper infusion will help to draw heat away from your body to allow it to go away before it builds up.
The base support core is a bed of 6″ pocketed coils. Depending on which side is currently in use, the other side’s memory foam comfort system joins its coil base in providing full support. The entire mattress is wrapped in a cover made of a polyester-viscose blend, with handles on the sides for better ease of flipping.
Nolah Evolution 15″ Hybrid Mattress (Best Cooling)
High-Performance Cooling Quilted Euro Top
2-inch cooling ArcticTex quilted euro top fibers with high thermal conductivity, which draws excess heat from the body to create comfortable sleep.
Cooling Nolah AirFoam ICE
2-inch graphite-infused AirFoam ICE accelerates the cooling qualities of AirFoam by further drawing away excess heat from the surface and body while maintaining superior pressure relief and comfort.
Deep Supportive High-Resilience Foam
2-inch layer of high-resilience foam that is stronger and more durable than latex adds a supportive and responsive transition layer.
Eco Support Coils and Edge Support System
8-inch patented tri-zoned support coils that give 25% more support than traditional spring systems; intensifies the pressure relief and cooling AirFoam ICE comfort. The coils are wrapped in a proprietary Edge-Tech support foam, strengthening the edge around the Evolution hybrid mattress.
High-Density Orthopedic Support Core
1-inch high-density core support foam that stabilizes the tri-zoned support coils and makes the Evolution hybrid mattress last for years.
What is a Mattress with Coils and Memory Foam?
Before you go ahead and buy such a hybrid mattress, you’d want to be aware of its benefits and the considerations you’d have to account for.
It’s a type of bed that is made of using two (or more) different types of unique materials and is typically made out of a layer of innerspring – another word for coils.
You must realize that memory foam on its own is not very responsive and the traditional kind can be quite hot to sleep on – it’s well-known for retaining a lot of heat. A mattress with coils and memory foam, on the other hand, helps address such issues with airflow while maintaining the excellent contouring properties of the foam.
The main issue with strictly innerspring mattresses is that they tend to feel extremely bouncy (which not everyone is a fan of) and the coils may poke through a cheap model. By using additional layers of foam, depending on the hybrid, this issue is easily sorted out as the mattress itself should have the comforting layers atop and an excellent coil foundation.
Mixing layers of different materials (such as memory foam, and polyurethane) can provide many advantages, from exceptional pressure relief to added cooling, as well as low bounce for those who prefer such style.
Although coils are a popular base material for most mattresses, mixing and matching foam has become very popular in recent years and is something to consider on your search. It can help combat some of the issues faced with traditional memory foam products, alone.
A hybrid mattress combines the benefits of core materials. A foam-based bedding system could become responsive and breathable if you combine it with a top layer of latex, for example (check our special page here, for this option).
And an innerspring mattress could become supportive and soft if you place a top layer of memory foam on top of the foundation of coils.
Coil-based mattresses alone tend to have faster response, bounce and cooling. Their main benefits hide behind the solid foundation which delivers a nice push-back as you lay down on your new bed. This helps in the areas of enhanced support and proper spinal alignment.
Obviously, on the flip side, they can also have increased motion transfer, making it likely to feel your sleeping partner, every time he/she moves on the bed.
The goal of foam-based mattresses alone is notably different. They typically intend to allow the sleeper to go ahead and sink deeper into the bed. They usually focus on pressure relief, enhanced contouring, and deep-compression support. They’re also particularly silent, and they have little motion transfer – which means that you can move as much as you want in bed and this won’t wake up your sleeping partner. However, they’re not usually as responsive, and they’re typically hot to sleep on (if using traditional types without gels and/or copper), as the heat retention can be intense.
Gel has revolutionized once traditional materials in the mattress industry. By infusing or injecting it into memory or other foams, heat retention has been drastically reduced. It also means more pleasure for those who enjoy sinking deep into their beds since they run much less of a chance of feeling uncomfortable from excess heat.
If you’re looking for a mattress that is great for dampening motion transfer and it also provides the appropriate amount of support and bounce, combining both memory foam and coils would be a great choice. The result will be a reliable, supportive bed foundation covered with a soft comforter and body-contouring layer that will make you feel as if you’re sleeping on a cloud but with enhanced back support.