Polysleep Mattress Reviews 2023
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Polysleep is a popular Canadian mattress brand that sells their all-foam mattresses across the Canada and the USA. One of their claims to fame is their use of antimicrobial foam, reducing the growth of bacteria. They have multiple mattress options that range the budget-friendly to price-competitive luxury categories, with most customers reporting happy experiences.
Polysleep has three high quality foam mattresses that feature certified antimicrobial and medical grade foam. Their three options that range from slimmer to thicker and firmer to more pressure relieving.
Overall, customers have good things to say about these mattreses with some also reporting allergy relief. Those that reported disagreements mostly mentioned issues with firmness and heat retention in some cases. The Polysleep Pillow is a fully customizable option that goes exceptionally well with their highly rated mattress.
Quality of Materials
Polysleep sells three mattresses with quality materials, like antimicrobial foam. We'll go through what's inside each of their mattresses so that you can learn how it will react to your body...
Here is what's in the lower priced Origin Mattress:
Cover Layer: The cover layer is lightweight material that is soft and comfy. It is removable for easy washing.
Layer 2: The top comfort layer offers a firm 'hybrid foam' with an open cell design. This foam is antimicrobial and has a subtle pressure point relief as well.
Layer 3: The base layer is a high density foam for a firm support for the back and spine. It also provides the mattress with its structure and durability.
Next, here is what's inside the well-rounded Polysleep Mattress:
Cover Layer: The soft liquid repellent cover has a similar feel to cotton and comes with mesh side panels that help with airflow.
Layer 2: The Polysleep proprietary hybrid foam fights bacteria and allergens and conforms to the body. It comes with open-cell technology for additional air flow.
Layer 3: There is a transitional foam layer that is more responsive than memory foam, but works to support and provide additional pressure relief.
Layer 4: The bottom layer is made of supportive base foam and is surrounded by reinforced sides for better edge support.
Customers describe comfortable mattresses overall with the Origin being best for discount-seekers that don't mind some firmness, the Polysleep being ideal for those that want some pressure relief but still desire something medium-firm, and the Zephyr being best for side sleepers. There were some heat retention complaints for some sleepers.
Take a look at the scale above. These mattresses get progressively softer as the price point increases. However, there are some that describe mattresses being too firm in some cases.
Back Pain Relief
With supportive mattresses and those with zoned support designs, customers describe comfortable mattresses for back pain overall.
While most customers had good things to say about temperature regulation, there were rare complaints about heat retention in each of their mattresses.
Who Are Polysleep Mattresses Right For?
These mattresses are great for those that are looking for a supportive mattress feel and are looking for antimicrobial technology.