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Overview Of Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Review
If you want a new mattress but don’t have a lot of money to spend, you might be thinking that you’ll have to stay on your inherited 20-year-old mattress for a while after noticing mattress prices nowadays. However, if you want an affordable but high-quality mattress, the Brooklyn Bedding Bowery is meant to be a high-quality mattress at a very affordable price.
Brooklyn Bedding recently discontinued the all-foam Bowery mattress. Yet, the Bowery Hybrid model is still available and caters to those who want an affordable, supportive and hybrid mattress. As all Brooklyn Bedding mattresses, the Bower Hybrid it’s made here at home in the USA.
This Brooklyn Bedding Bowery review will cover the hybrid from the brand, and we’ll reveal our true thoughts on factors like price, comfort, feel, the best sleeper types, and more. For help navigating this lengthy review, feel free to use our jump-to links below.
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Review Video
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Design And Construction
The Bowery Hybrid, as you might guess, is comprised of both coils and multiple layers of foam. Specifically, the bed is made of four layers and totals 10″ thick:
- 1” layer of dense support foam as the foundation
- 6” of ascension pocketed coils. Depending on which size you purchase, the bed will contain up to 1,024 individual coils.
- 2″ layer of comfort foam
- 1″ quilted top with gel memory foam.
All in all, we are impressed with the construction of the Bowery Hybrid, especially given its price point. For those who care, the Bowery Hybrid is manufactured in Brooklyn Bedding’s state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix, Arizona.
By law, every mattress is required to include a flame retardant component. Many mattresses will use a chemical barrier, and the Brooklyn Bowery is no exception. Brooklyn Bedding says it does not use chemical fire sprays or chemical retardants in the actual mattresses, but it does wrap the beds in high-quality fire retardant socks. The fire socks are made with a non-woven silica/rayon/polyester/cotton blend.
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Cover
The Bowery mattress is wrapped with Brooklyn Bedding’s signature stretch knit cotton fabric cover. It’s soft and thin and is non-removable. So, if you spill something on the bed, you won’t be able to throw the cover in the wash.
Instead, the company recommends you spot clean with a mild detergent. (This is pretty standard in the bed-in-a-box industry.) We recommend gently dabbing at the stain
, instead of rubbing vigorously.
You can’t flip the Bowery mattress, but Brooklyn Bedding recommends rotating it 180 degrees every 6 to 8 months. Rotating it regularly will help lengthen the mattress life, and prevent your body from forming deep impressions in the bed.
Brooklyn Bowery Feel And Firmness
Brooklyn Bedding rates the Bowery Hybrid as a medium in the firmness scale. For us, it lands more around a medium-firm (give or take) since it provides a little more support due to its coils. If you find this bed to be too firm, the company will send you a mattress topper, free of charge. Topper is made of high-quality foam and should help with pressure relief.
So, we’d deem Brooklyn Bedding Bowery temperature neutral (like the majority of bed-in-a-box mattresses). Though, if you twisted our arm, Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Hybrid will be a little cooler thanks to its pocketed coil construction that allows for increased airflow.
While you aren’t going to actively heat up at night, the beds won’t drastically cool you down, either. So if you find yourself heating up significantly while you sleep, you may want to consider one of the beds on our Best Mattress for Hot Sleepers list.
Discussion Of Sleeping Positions
The Bowery mattress is accommodating enough for you to sleep comfortably in a variety of positions. This means, whether you are on your back, stomach or side, you should feel supported by the bed.
Back And Stomach Sleepers
The hybrid will be ideal for back and stomach sleepers because of its firmer profile. This is important because back and stomach sleepers need a bed with some firmness and support to keep their spine aligned properly. Without that support, the hips and truck area can dip into the bed, which can cause uncomfortable aches and pains the next morning.
After testing the Bowery Hybrid, however, our team agrees that it’s not the best option for primary side sleepers. The bed isn’t quite soft enough and doesn’t provide the amount of pressure relief strict side sleepers will want. That said, if you’re heavier (i.e. 230 lb or more), you might be able to get by as a side sleeper with this bed.
Combination sleepers, like side sleepers, need an accommodating mattress that will give under the shoulder and hips. So this mattress could work, although as we mentioned above, it might be too firm if you are primarily a side sleeper.
Brooklyn Bowery Mattress Body Type Analysis
Petite people will find the Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Hybrid comfortable. The smaller you are, the firmer a mattress will feel, so small individuals will find a softer mattress to be more comfortable and “cloud-like,” if you will.
Average-size people should be comfortable on the hybrid, just take your sleeper type into account to decide whether you’d fare best on a softer or firmer mattress.
If you’re in the 250 lb range, the Bowery Hybrid mattress is a better choice than an all-foam mattress. There are plenty of mattresses that are made specifically for heavier folks. These include the Big Fig mattress and Helix Nightfall mattress.
Is Bowery A Good Mattress for Couples?
We think the Brooklyn Bedding Bowery mattress will be a pretty good choice for couples, especially if you’re on a budget. The two aspects that are most important when you are sharing a bed are edge support and motion isolation.
The hybrid model performs just fine in this category, where the previous all-foam model could give a rolling sensation. All in all, the Bowery Hybrid performs well in the edge support test.
Find out more about what exactly edge support is and how we judge it.
Motion isolation is important because if your partner tosses and turns in their sleep, you don’t want to be woken up from residual movement. A motion isolating bed will ensure that both of you can wake up feeling rested.
We think it’s safe to say thr Brooklyn Bowery Hybrid Mattress will let you sleep soundly through your partner’s late night bathroom trips, or early morning tossing and turning.
Pricing For The Bowery Hybrid Mattress
The Bowery mattresses are very affordable. So affordable that you probably can buy one of these beds, and then celebrate your purchase with a nice dinner.
The Bowery Hybrid is, not only is it the most affordable bed-in-a-box mattress that Brooklyn Bedding offers, but we think it is one of the best budget mattresses on the market right now. Given what we know about Brooklyn’s high-quality manufacturing processes, we think this bed is a great deal. Here is how the pricing breaks down for the all-foam model:
|King / Cal King||$1,049|
Does Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Come With Discounts?
We are continually looking for mattress deals and coupon codes. Though we don’t always have them for this particular mattress, it’s worth checking out the Brooklyn Bedding website, as the company often runs promotions, particularly during major holidays. With regard to pricing and coupons, Brooklyn Bedding sets prices a little high so that they have room to offer discounts from time to time.
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Review Verdict
To be honest, we were pretty excited when Brooklyn announced it was coming out with the Bowery Hybrid. Luckily, after testing out the new hybrid model, we’re pleased to report more of the same. Overall, we think the Bowery Hybrid is an excellent value. We wouldn’t be shocked to find on a few of our Best Mattress Lists next year.
With that said, we see it being best for back and stomach sleepers (large and small) who are on a tight budget.
Other Brooklyn Bedding Reviews
- Brooklyn Bedding Signature
- Brooklyn Bedding Aurora
- Brooklyn Bedding Spartan
- Brooklyn Bedding Sedona
- Brooklyn Bedding Bloom
- Brooklyn Bedding Weighted Blanket
- Brooklyn Bedding Pillow
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery Mattress Reviews
- Amazon Reviews: Amazon shoppers are pleased with the Brooklyn Bowery mattress, some saying it’s the best mattress they’ve ever slept on and that it feels very high quality.
Policies For Shipping & Returns
- Trial period length: The Brooklyn Bowery mattresses have a 120-night trial period, but the beds must be used for at least 30 days before they can be returned. The Brooklyn return policy can only be used once per customer per calendar year.
- Warranty policy: The Bowery comes with a 10-year warranty that covers any defects or body impressions that measure 1” or more. However, orders placed through Amazon or another website (that are not fulfilled by Brooklyn Bedding) are not eligible for the warranty or trial period.
- Shipping info: Brooklyn Bedding offers free shipping for orders placed in the continental United States. While they do ship to Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada, shipping isn’t free. Shipping to Hawaii or Alaska starts at $250 per mattress and shipping to Canada starts at $100.
Brooklyn Bedding Company Info
Brooklyn Bedding Mattress physical store locations
- Casa Grande, AZ
- Fountain Hills, AZ
- Gilbert, AZ
- Glendale, AZ
- Goodyear, AZ
- Mesa, AZ
- Phoenix, AZ
- Queen Creek, AZ
- Scottsdale, AZ
- Surprise, AZ
- Tempe, AZ
- Tucson, AZ
- Ogden, UT
Brooklyn Bedding Mattress Contact Information
Comparing Brooklyn Bedding Bowery vs. Casper
Casper runs a little more expensive than Brooklyn Bedding Bowery, but not by a ton. Both mattresses have three distinct layers of foam and sleep pretty similarly. Casper, however, has a zoned support layer of foam, offering more support in certain parts of the mattress. Both mattresses are medium firmness and suit all sleeper types.
Brooklyn Bedding Bowery vs. Tuft and Needle
The Tuft and Needle mattress is cheaper than Brooklyn Bedding Bowery by a small margin. It only has two layers of foam compared to Brooklyn Bedding Bowery’s three. Both mattresses have medium firmness and accommodate all sleeper types.
We were sent the Bowery by Brooklyn Bedding so that we could post a review about it. They did not pay us, however, to say good or bad things about it. Our opinions are our own, and we do not allow brands to control any facet of our review process.
Yes, Brooklyn Bedding sells sheets, pillows, and even a power adjustable base (a wired remote model).
If you have any questions about Brooklyn Bedding return policies, warranty, or anything else, they say to reach out to their customer support team at (888) 210-8751. You can find more info at https://www.brooklynbedding.com/support/
Yes, the Bowery bed is Brooklyn Bedding’s entry-level mattress. They sell a few other beds that come in a box as well, the Brooklyn Aurora and the Brooklyn Signature. The Aurora is Brooklyn’s luxury, hybrid model, while the Signature is their flagship mattress. Both the Aurora and the Signature allow you to choose your firmness level.
In addition to the two beds that we listed above, Brooklyn also recently (in 2018) launched a number of new beds. The also have Spartan, Freya, Titan, and several others. Each of the new beds has a niche. Spartan targets athletes. Titan goes after heavier individuals. And the Bowery Hybrid is for heavier individuals on a tight budget or people that want the bowery, but prefer to have coils.
Yes. For those that live inside the Contiguous US, you get free shipping and returns. You also have a 120-night trial period.
The Brooklyn Bowery will work with most platform, slat, and box spring foundations. You most likely won’t need to run out and purchase a new bed frame. It just needs a flat surface to lie on. Heck, it should be comfortable just lying on the floor. (Though it won’t look nearly as nice!)
Yes. Brooklyn Bedding makes all of their mattresses in the United States.