If you tend to overheat easily – look no further than the Lazybed mattress. It’s one of the most breathable mattresses thanks to the mesh base, viscoelastic foam and bamboo fabric. It’s a great choice for people who don’t want a mattress that’s too firm. It’s manufactured from only foam which means that you’ll sink in while you remain supported.
This review will take a closer look at the Lazybed mattress and how those who have bought it feel about it has to offer. You can rest assured, the information in this review is based on objective data.
The Lazybed mattress feel
As it boasts an all-foam design, this mattress will sink and shape to the body of the sleeper once his/her head hits that pillow. Most people enjoy the medium firmness offered by the high-density and Davina foam. It’s particularly popular amongst those who mostly sleep on their side as the Davina foam has been designed to alleviate pressure on the shoulders and hips. It’s also a good choice if you sleep on your stomach as the mattress offers a gradual sinking experience.
Though, those who mostly sleep on their back or battle with back problems, found that the mattress didn’t offer adequate support.
What are the Lazybed mattress perks?
If you share your bed with a partner who’s a light sleeper, both of you will love the Lazybed as it significantly reduces motion transfer. This will be even more noticeable if you’re used to a conventional spring mattress.
What are the Lazybed mattress cons?
It doesn’t offer the best edge support. So, people who require some support to get in and out of bed won’t be that impressed with the Lazybed mattress.
Also, some customers have reported that the delivery is not as speedy.
Which materials have been used in the Lazybed mattress?
The Lazybed only boasts two foam layers and not three like a traditional all-foam mattress. Though, this isn’t because of laziness as the name might suggest… If a mattress has more layers, it’ll need more glue. Now glue reduces air circulation and prevents the heat from escaping. So, thanks to its unique construction, you won’t overheat.
Davina foam forms the layer at the top. What makes this layer so special is that this is a viscoelastic layer that the Lazybed designed themselves. This layer is 7.5 centimetres thick and injected with a cooling gel that also helps to prevent you from overheating. In addition to helping with airflow, it also offers support. It’s almost like memory foam, just softer to the touch.
The next layer is made from a high-density support foam. This serves as the top layer’s base. As it’s quite thick, it can absorb the pressure, yet at the same time enable airflow.
A breathable cover made from bamboo encloses these two layers. You’ll love how silky it feels! Plus, if you suffer from allergies, rest assured that bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic.
Lazybed mattress thickness and weight
A queen-size Lazybed mattress weighs about 27 kilograms.
The Lazybed mattress price
If you’ve been wanting to switch to an all-foam mattress, the Lazybed is really great value for money, especially when you look at the price tags of other similar mattresses. In fact, it’s actually less expensive than the average price. You can, for example, get a queen-size Lazybed for less than $1000. In addition to its attractive price, it comes with a 15-year warranty and 125-day trial (if you do want to return it, the mattress will be collected free of charge).
Is the Lazybed mattress the right solution for you?
If you don’t have a fortune to spend on a new mattress, this is a good option, especially if you’re not a fan of memory foam. It’s more supportive than a mattress with a cushioned top layer and could be good mattress for people battling with back problems caused by a mattress that’s too firm.