Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress Review
Looking for a natural and organic mattress with latex foam and coils? You’re in the right place. But just how good is the Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Mattress?
Last Updated: October 21, 2020Matt Ross
In this review, we go through all of the major points with the Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress. We discuss shipping, returns, construction, feel, firmness, and much more.
- Free Shipping & Returns
- 100 Nights Trial Period
- Lifetime Warranty
- Made in USA
25% OffClaim Discount
People that want a latex mattress with coils
All sleeping styles (comes in multiple firmness options)
If you don’t like responsive beds
People with a really tight budget
Overview Of Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid Review
This mattress is one of Nest Bedding’s most popular, made with natural and organic materials that lets you feel comfortable and healthy every day when you wake up. You should know that this is a premium latex mattress that isn’t for the cheapest of budgets. Read on to find out who this mattress is perfect for!
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Price Of Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Mattress
Given that this is a premium mattress, Nest charges above-average prices, but not by much. In fact, we think this is a fairly affordable bed and a good value.
Here’s a pricing breakdown of the Nest Latex Hybrid mattress.
|King / Cal King||$1,799|
Because Nest competes in the fast-growing, hyper-competitive online bedding industry, they do offer mattress coupons and deals. As you might imagine, during major holidays, such as 4th of July and Black Friday you can get the steepest discounts. That said, Nest typically runs promotions year-round. The exact promotions on the Nest Latex Hybrid mattress change from time to time, but you can click here to see current specials/discounts on Nest’s website.
What is the Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress Made Of?
If you just glance at the Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress, you can tell it’s not the typical online bed. In other words, it’s not a three-layer memory foam mattress that’s primarily targeting college students and people on a tight budget. The Nest Hybrid Latex is a well-built, premium mattress that you will (hopefully) look forward to sleeping on.
In terms of the construction of the Nest Latex Hybrid mattress, it has five separate layers and measures over 12” thick:
- Cover: Soft, quilted organic cotton and Joma wool
- Top layer: 1.5” “Eco Flex Quilting Foam”
- Middle layer: 3” OEKO-TEX certified Dunlop latex foam
- Middle layer: 1” 1.5lb eco-friendly “Comfort Foam”
- Middle layer: 6” “Caliber Edge Coil Support Pocketed Coils”
- Bottom layer: Dense, firm latex support foam
Feel & Firmness
The Hybrid Latex Mattress is offered in more than one firmness level, and you can choose between plush, medium and firm. You can also take your firmness preferences a step further by purchasing a split model. For split models, your options are plush/medium, medium/firm, etc. This is a feature we don’t commonly see, and we’re impressed that Nest Bedding offers it.
As you can see in the graphic above, each of the firmness levels falls on a spectrum. This is because softness/firmness will change from person to person. A more petite individual will experience a bed to be firmer than a heavier person would.
As for how the mattress feels, well, it’s more neutral and bouncy (i.e. no stuck-in-the-mud feeling). As mentioned above, the bed kind of feels like one big responsive pillow. It’s comfortable—almost dangerously comfortable.
Latex Hybrid Sleeper Types
This mattress will be fine for strict side sleepers. It offers a lot of pressure relief and is one of those mattresses that’s immediately comfortable.
We think the medium firmness level is the best option for average to heavy side sleepers because it’s soft, but not too soft for when you want to switch positions. If you’re more petite, however, you’ll probably want to go with the plush version so you feel those pressure relieving comfort layers.
Back And Stomach Sleepers
If you sleep on your back or stomach, the firm model is the way to go. The medium option is probably a bit too soft for average to heavy strict back and/or stomach sleepers.
You want to feel extra support under your hips and no excess pressure in your low back. We worry that back/stomach sleepers, over time, will have issues if they go with anything but the firm option.
If you tend to rotate between several sleeping positions, you should first consider which position you favor most. If that’s your back or stomach, we’d say look at the firm option. If that’s your side, we’d say go for the medium option. Either way, the bed is highly responsive and makes switching positions at night effortless.
The only model that we can’t recommend for combo sleepers is the plush model. That’s really for side sleepers only.
Body Type Analysis
If you weigh less than ~150 lbs, the medium model should provide ample support for you. However, weight plays a role in how firm or how soft a bed feels, so petite folks will probably think a medium feels more like a medium-firm.
To average-sized folks (150 lbs to 225 lbs), the Nest Bedding mattresses will likely feel true to their firmness level. For context, we write all of our reviews from the perspective of an average-sized person.
The long answer is that we’d prefer you try out the firm model first if you’re over 250 lb. Again, since softness/firmness is subjective, the Firm model will feel a bit softer to those with heavier body types than it will to average sized and petite people.
At the end of the day, because this mattress has 6” coils and resilient latex foam, and it is over 12” thick in total. It’s going to be far more ideal for heavy people than most other online mattresses. In fact, we almost exclusively tell heavy and obese individuals to first try out hybrid/innerspring mattresses when they’re shopping for a new bed.
Does the Hybrid Latex Mattress Sleep Hot?
We wouldn’t say that this mattress sleeps particularly cool, nor would we say that it sleeps hot. It’s more neutral overall. If you sleep slightly warm, neutral, or slightly cool, we think you’ll be just fine with the temperature regulation of this mattress.
Will Couples Like the Hybrid Latex Mattress?
Pleasing one person is difficult as it is, but when you throw a second person into the mix, there’s a lot more to consider.
This bed doesn’t have the best edge support we’ve ever seen, but it’s no slouch either. Also, softer coil beds tend to be worse than firmer coil beds for edge support.
This mattress is surprisingly good at limiting motion transfer.
As you can see, the water moves around a little, but not much, especially considering this mattress has coils.
Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress Review Verdict
We’ve covered a lot in this Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex review, so let’s recap the most important points. This mattress is all about health, options, durability, and comfort. If that’s what you’re looking for in a bed, you’ll probably really enjoy the Hybrid Latex Mattress. Sure, it’s not the most affordable bed on the market, but it’s not trying to be. This is a premium bed that’s made for someone looking for latex foam, coils, and a big pillow-top.
Other Nest Bedding Reviews
- Nest Bedding Alexander Hybrid Mattress
- Nest Bedding Flip Mattress
- Nest Bedding Love and Sleep Mattress
- Nest Bedding Alexander Series Mattress
- Nest Bedding Latex Mattress
Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid Mattress Reviews
- BBB Rating: Nest Bedding has an A rating from the Better Business Bureau.
- Amazon Reviews: The Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Mattress is not currently available on Amazon, but you can purchase some of their other products.
Nest Bedding Mattress Physical Store Locations
Nest Bedding operates showrooms across the country in the following cities:
- Albany, CA
- Austin, TX
- Costa Mesa, CA
- Denver, CO
- Los Angeles, CA
- Minneapolis, MN
- New York, NY
- Palo Alto, CA
- Phoenix, AZ
- San Francisco, CA
- Santa Monica, CA
- Seattle, WA
The company also partners with Airbnb hosts around the United States so might still be able to try a Nest Bedding mattress if you aren’t near one of their showrooms.
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Comparing Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid vs. Nest Bedding Flip
There are several notable differences between these two Nest Bedding mattresses. While both beds have a hybrid construction, the Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid uses premium latex foam inside, whereas the Flip is mainly made from coils. The Flip is significantly cheaper than the latex bed, coming in at $549 for a queen. It’s also available on Amazon, while the premium Nest bed is not. However, both beds are well-suited for all types of sleepers.
Comparing Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid vs. Avocado
In many ways, the Nest Bedding Latex Hybrid and the Avocado mattress are quite similar. They’re both hybrid beds that are made from natural and organic materials, including latex foam and coils. Avocado only comes in one firmness option, but the Nest mattress has three. The prices are pretty close as well, but the Avocado is just a bit cheaper at $1,399 for a queen.
Company Policies When You Buy This Bed
Regardless of which mattress you buy online, there will be a few baseline policies that you will get (and should expect). Nest Bedding offers many of these industry-standard policies.
- Risk-free trial period: 100 nights
- Warranty policy: 10 years
- Shipping: Free
- Returns: Free
In addition to the lifetime warranty, Nest has a lifetime comfort guarantee, which acts sort of like insurance in the event that you change your mind after night 101. What this comfort guarantee allows you to do is purchase a softer or firmer, smaller or larger Nest mattress at 50% of its current selling price. It’s pretty out-of-the-box thinking, but we appreciate that Nest goes the extra mile. We only know of one other company (WinkBed) that also has a comfort guarantee.
We were sent the Hybrid Latex Mattress by Nest Bedding so that we could evaluate it for this Nest Hybrid Latex review. We review products independently and do not accept money to say good or bad things.
You can still return it, but Nest might assess a restocking fee.
Yes. Nest has several showrooms where you can try out their mattresses, pillows, sheets, etc. You can check Nest’s website for a full list of showrooms.
Yes. They use a company called Affirm, which is used by many other mattress companies.
They’re made in the United States.
They offer numerous firmness levels, including Medium and Firm. As such, there is a model for all sleeping styles, including side sleepers.
Nest Bedding actually makes 2 different versions of this mattress: (1) all-natural and (2) certified organic. You can choose between the two on NestBedding.com.
Nest Bedding offers a lifetime warranty on all of their mattresses.
The company makes a number of mattresses, including other premium hybrid beds like the Nest Alexander Hybrid Mattress. You can learn more in our Nest Alexander Hybrid Mattress review.