- One of the most comfortable mattresses we’ve tested
- Available in two different feels
- Great job of limiting motion transfer
- Sleeps cool
- White glove delivery, free returns, 365 night risk free trial and 10 year warranty
- Very, very slight ‘stuck in the mud’ feeling
- Presentation is lacking a little
The Tomorrow Sleep mattress is one of the most comfortable beds on the market.
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Tomorrow Sleep is a little different than most other bed in a box start-ups. They are actually backed by Serta Simmons Bedding, one of the largest mattress manufacturers in the world. So that’s nice to know that this bed is not made by some contract manufacturer. Rather it’s made right here in the USA under Serta’s expertise.
Here’s a video from Tomorrow Sleep on the unboxing process.
Like a lot of bed in a box companies, Tomorrow Sleep offers a stellar value proposition. They offer free white glove delivery, setup and removal of your old mattress. From there, Tomorrow Sleep gives you a 365 night risk free trial. So if you decide you don’t actually like the bed (foreshadowing: I think you will) you can give the company a call, they’ll send someone to come pick it up from your home and refund your money. Tomorrow Sleep also backs their mattress with a 10 year warranty. Just for reference – the white glove delivery and 365 night trial beats what most bed in a box companies offer.
Tomorrow Sleep Review – Mattress Construction
First, the Tomorrow Sleep mattress comes in two different feels. You can choose between a medium soft feel and a medium firm feel. We tested out the medium firm feel, which is their best seller and that’s what we will be referring to in this review.
So the Tomorrow Sleep mattress is pretty unique in that it’s a hybrid mattress. In addition to foam, it incorporates pocketed coils, similar to what we’ve seen with the Helix mattress and Nest Bedding Luxury Contour mattress.
First let’s start with the base though and work our way up. For the bottom, Tomorrow went with a 1″ layer of support foam. This layer gives the mattress its foundation. On top of the support foam is a layer of 6″ pocketed coils. The coil system gives the bed a little bit of bounce and since the coils are pocketed individually, this layer helps limit motion transfer (we’ll address that below). On top of the coils is a 1.5″ layer of bounce foam.
Obviously, this layer is there to provide a little extra bounce and so that you don’t feel like you are sinking straight into the bed. And that’s because the top two layers are comprised of memory foam. Right below the top layer is a 1/2″ layer of gel memory foam. We’ve seen this type of foam in plenty of other mattresses – it’s very soft and comfortable. Finally on top, Tomorrow Sleep went with a 1″ layer of memory foam. The top layer also incorporates phase change material, which is supposed to help with temperature regulation. We’ve seen this phase change material with other mattresses like the Cocoon Chill by Sealy and Nest Luxury Contour, both of which are among the coolest sleeping beds we’ve tested.
What’s also unique about the Tomorrow Sleep mattress is that it has 3″ foam side rails that pretty much box in the pocketed coils – you can see it below. With a lot of bed in a box mattresses, you’ll notice some considerable sinkage if you lay or sit near the edges of the bed – almost to the point where you can feel the platform base or boxspring below. That’s not the case with this mattress.
If you sit on the edge of the mattress, you’ll start to sink through the top memory foam layers but then suddenly stop when you get to the side rails. So in terms of edge support, Tomorrow Sleep has a major edge over a lot of other mattresses we’ve tested. And that’s pretty important, especially for couples that sleep on a queen – that edge space is valuable real estate.
As far as the cover, it’s very soft and decently thin. It too has that change phase material. The cover is removable but it’s recommended you do not machine wash it. Rather if you happen to get the cover dirty, you should just spot clean it with a mild detergent or soap. One of the few complaints we do have with this bed though is presentation – it’s just not one of the most attractive beds we’ve tested. But this is a very nitpicky point as we presume you’ll be covering the bed with sheets, comforter, pillows, etc. anyways.
Tomorrow Mattress Review – Feel, Firmness & Coolness
If you like the feel of memory foam, you’re going to love the Tomorrow Sleep mattress. It’s very soft and comfortable. In fact, it’s one of the most comfortable beds we’ve tested thus far. It’s one of those mattresses where you let out an audible “aaahhh” when you first lay down on it. But like I said, it does have that pure play memory foam feel – you get a very, very slight ‘stuck in the mud’ feeling but the bed still provides plenty of support.
It reminds us a lot of Nectar in that regard, which is mattress we like a lot, in that it’s ultra soft and comfortable but you also don’t feel like you are sinking into the mattress. However, because of the coils, we felt that the Tomorrow Sleep mattress provides a little more bounce and better edge support than Nectar. Overall, we give it a 5.25 / 10 on our soft-to-firm scale (picture 1 like laying on a 15 year old pillow and 10 like laying on cement). As such, we think this bed is ideal for all kinds of sleepers (back, stomach, side).
If you’re on your side, the mattress provides plenty of pressure relief for your heavier areas (i.e. hips, shoulders). And like I said earlier, if you’re on your back or stomach, the mattress provides plenty of support even though that top layer is extremely soft. Plus, due to the coils and side rails, we can see this bed working just fine for heavier individuals as well.
Like I said earlier, we didn’t have a chance to test out the medium soft model but I imagine this version would be even better for strict side sleepers. I’m not so sure it would be best for back sleepers though. I’d say play it safe and go with the medium firm option.
Now in terms of keeping you cool as you sleep, we feel that the Tomorrow bed does perform quite well here. We really like that they incorporated the phase change material in the top layer – we are big fans of it. And just in general it seems like beds with coils breathe a little better than straight foam beds. We wouldn’t go as far saying it belongs in the tier 1 category along with the likes of Purple and the Cocoon Chill but it’s still better than a lot of other mattresses we’ve tested. Bottom line – if you’re a hot sleeper, the Tomorrow Sleep mattress may be for you.
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Tomorrow Sleep Review – Motion Transfer & Responsiveness
The Tomorrow Sleep mattress also performs quite well when it comes to limiting motion transfer. One might think since the bed incorporates coils, you would get some cross mattress motion but that’s not the case. Since the coils are pocketed individually and there’s three layers of foam on top, motion transfer is very, very limited. If you or your partner toss and turn or get up a lot during the night, the other person will not be affected. Big thumbs up there.
Moving on to responsiveness, the Tomorrow Sleep mattress is a little deceiving. When we first tested it, the bed appeared to snap back to its original form almost immediately after releasing pressure. But once we examined further we saw that it was just the cover that made it seem this way. The top layer underneath the cover actually took a couple seconds to fully pop back. But it is memory foam after all so I can’t say I’m surprised. All this means is that you’ll find it a little tougher to switch between sleeping positions. Not a big deal at the end of the day.
Pricing + Coupon Code
The Tomorrow Sleep mattress is priced pretty much in the middle of the bed in a box industry. There are mattresses that are more affordable and there are mattresses that are a little more expensive. But considering this is a hybrid mattress from a reputable brand, we actually think it’s fairly priced. Here’s the breakdown:
But good news, since Tomorrow Sleep is fairly new to the DTC mattress game, they are pretty aggressive with coupon codes and promo codes. I think right now you can get $125 off any mattress w/ code RIZKNOWS125. That would make the queen size $840 after discount – that’s a pretty good deal.
We are big fans of this mattress. Tomorrow Sleep and Serta did a great job designing and constructing this bed. It’s one of the most comfortable mattresses we’ve tested thus far and it’s great for all kinds of sleepers. Plus, it sleeps decently cool as well. Overall, we give it a very high grade. I wouldn’t be surprised to see it crack our Best Bed In A Box list in the future.