Slumber Cloud Dry Line and Bear mattress protectors are designed to keep people comfortable while asleep with their unique temperature-regulating technologies. This side-by-side comparison will help shoppers make a more informed decision as to which protector is better for them.
- Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
- Designed to create a cool and comfortable environment
- Good for regulating body temperature
- Waterproof surface
- Hypoallergenic and dust mite protection
- Machine washable, tumble low dry heat (or line dry); do not bleach, iron or dry clean
- Cost more than $100 for a Queen size
- Available in standard sizes – Twin, Twin XL – Cal King
- Good customer service
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Slumber Cloud Dry Line…
- Can fit mattresses up to 16 inches thick
- Utilizes Outlast® technology* to manage temperature swings throughout the night
- $175.99 for Queen
- Made in the U.S.A.
- 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee
* Outlast Technology is described as being:“Perfect for those who experience mild sleep discomfort and temperature swings.”
- Can fit mattresses up to 20 inches thick
- Utilizes HeiQ Adaptive Fabric* technology that transports moisture and heat away from the body
- Engineered to work with Bear Mattress and Celliant technology (but can work on any mattress)
- $110 for Queen
- 10 year warranty and free shipping
* HeiQ Adaptive fabric is a proprietary fabric so they don’t share what is in it. But it is designed to: “It is waterproof and responds dynamically to environmental changes, creating a cool, dry microclimate for sleep…”
Pros and Cons of Each Protector
Who Might Want Slumber Cloud
- Those who have a thicker mattress (16-inches thick or less)
- Those who want to know exactly what materials the mattress protector is made with
- Those who want the protector to be made in the USA
- Those who want breathability
The full Slumber Cloud Dry Line mattress protector review is available here.
Who Might Want Bear…
- Those who already have a Bear mattress already and want something to complement it
- Those who have a mattress that is 20 inches deep or smaller and prefer a snug fit
- Those who want a protector that is easy to care for
- Those who want a breathable protector
- People who are athletes or have night sweats and want an especially cool sleeping environment
The full Bear Mattress Protector review is available here.
Those who struggle with feeling hot or cold during the night will potentially enjoy what both Slumber Cloud and Bear have available.
The protectors offer the same feel in terms of softness and thickness – the Casper mattress may have a little more stretch (it has Lycra).
Neither of them showed any signs of wear or damage after being run through the washer and dryer, and there was no shrinking with either protector.
These mattress protectors are really intended to keep people’s body temperature consistent in order to experience a full night’s sleep. Their small details set them apart and may help people decide which one to choose.
My personal preference is the Bear mattress protector. Although it was designed with the Bear mattress in mind, it does fit perfectly onto the 10 inch Casper mattress and provided a slightly better experience overall.
It is on the more expensive end of mattress protectors, but I thought the fabric was soft and quilted and overall had a really nice feel.
Unlike the Slumber Cloud Dry Line protector, I did not wake up at all due to being hot or cold with the Bear protector. But I also did not feel exceptionally “cool” on the mattress, just comfortable.
Both brands offer innovative technology, soft, waterproof surfaces, and good customer service. Depending on your mattress and your needs, both protectors will do the job.
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