- Yogabed is a very comfortable mattress that’s designed for all types of sleepers
- Sleeps surprisingly cool and has great responsiveness
- Removable cover that is machine washable
- Includes two free pillows with purchase
- Free shipping, free returns, 101-night risk-free trial, 10-year warranty
- Pricing strategy is odd
- Still should rotate this bed eventually
- Could be slightly too soft for some back/stomach sleepers and heavier folks
- Roll off sensation near edges of bed
Yogabed is a flat-out great mattress with very little downsides. This is an underrated bed.
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Yogabed is a slightly lesser known mattress brand, however, we think they make a fantastic all-foam bed. As is common in the direct-to-consumer mattress industry, they offer free shipping. The bed arrives at your doorstep in a box that’s surprisingly small. Once you’ve unrolled it and let it inflate, you have a full size bed. Yogabed lets you try the mattress for 101 nights during which you’ll have ample time to see if the bed is for you. If you like it, keep the bed. If you don’t, you can return it for free and receive a full refund. This is very common for online mattress brands. If you decide to keep Yogabed, it has a 10-year warranty (again, standard for the industry).
Yogabed Review – Construction & Layers
Yogabed is comprised of four layers of foam. On the bottom is 2″ of super supportive foam. Then you have 5″ of high density foam for more support. Next is a 2″ thick layer of proprietary YogaGel Cooling Memory Foam. This is similar to regular memory foam only it’s designed to sleep cooler. Standard memory foam is notorious for retaining body heat and becoming quite uncomfortably hot as the night goes on.
The last layer is 1″ thick and is another proprietary foam called Instant Response YogaFoam. This is actually really neat. While standard memory foam tends to react slowly, the YogaFoam offers immediate responsiveness. You won’t see a body impression whatsoever when you get off of the bed.
The cover for Yogabed is also really nice and is pretty differentiated for the fact that it is removable and machine washable. You will not find this on many beds. In fact, typically you’re instructed to not even remove the cover, let alone put it in the washing machine. We also think the cover is super comfortable and soft, though it was a little loose on our bed. Not really any issue, but worth mentioning.
Yogabed Mattress Review – Feel, Coolness & Firmness
Yogabed feels like a memory foam mattress, but with very little of the downsides. If you like memory foam, you’re in luck. If you don’t like memory foam, Yogabed might still be worth looking into since it’s pretty unique. It stays far cooler than most memory foam beds. We actually would put it in our tier 2 category for coolness, meaning we think it’s particularly efficient at regulating temperature. Additionally, at no point will you get that dreadful ‘stuck in the mud’ feeling, which is great.
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In terms of softness/firmness, Yogabed is about a 5.25/10 on that scale. It’s a medium to medium-firm mattress.
A bit like Leesa, Nectar, or Layla, this is a bed designed for back, stomach, and sider sleepers as well as combo sleepers (people that rotate between back, stomach, and side throughout the night). It will likely serve side sleepers just fine, however, if you want a truly firm mattress like Bear Mattress, Yogabed is not the way to go.
If you’re heavier also, you may look into something that’s a little more firm since this bed will break in and soften up over time (like every other all-foam bed). Just food for thought. Yogabed is designed to appeal to the greatest number of people, so if you truly prefer either end of the spectrum (very soft or very firm), Yogabed might not be the best.
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Yogabed Reviews – Motion Transfer & Responsiveness
Since Yogabed incorporates memory foam, it is fantastic at limiting motion transfer, which is crucial if you or your partner moves around a lot in your sleep. It definitely checks the box here. As for responsiveness, as previously mentioned, you’d think Yogabed would be react like a typical memory foam bed, however, it doesn’t. When you get off of the bed, it snaps right back into its original shape. And it doesn’t have that bounce that you’ll see with innerspring beds. It just returns to form quickly and is really impressive here. That leads me to believe that sagging won’t be an issue with Yogabed, however, it’s still a good idea to rotate this bed every six months or so since it’s still all-foam.
Yogabed Mattress Reviews – Pricing & Coupons
This is where I somewhat take issue with Yogabed. They seem to perpetually keep the MSRP of their bed higher and almost always offer a steep discount. If you just look at the MSRP, Yogabed is priced similar to Casper Mattress, however, quite often they run $150-$250 off specials. You can check current promotions on the company’s website. Also, since Yogabed is owned by Marpac, they do sometimes offer a bundle deal where you get a free white noise machine with a mattress purchase.
So, after accounting for the discount, Yogabed is actually very affordable. Instead of a Queen mattress being $949, it’s pretty much always $699-$799, which is a pretty darn good value. I understand why they do this, but I’m not a huge fan of the pricing strategy.
Final Thoughts on Yogabed
This is just a really good bed. It’s priced affordably (after discounts) and it’s very comfortable. We love that it has a memory foam feel, but stays cool and has great responsiveness. We think it’s a unique bed and will be a pretty good option for side, back, stomach, and combo sleepers. If you’re looking for a medium to medium-firm bed that’s priced under $1,000, Yogabed is definitely worth your consideration…we’d put it in the top 10.
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