DreamCloud and Avocado are both luxury coil-foam hybrid mattresses sold online. This post will compare them so you can determine which is a better option for you.
- Both offer pillow tops.
- Both use individually pocketed coils.
- Both are relatively firm.
- Both offer thicker options.
- Both are durable.
- They’re similarly priced. ($959-$2,199 for Avocado, about $1,000-$1,700 for DreamCloud)
- Both offer free shipping.
- Avocado offers a wider range of firmness. (11-13 inches for, while DreamCloud only comes in one 14-inch option.)
- Avocado’s pillow top is option.
- Avocado differentiates itself with natural materials.
- DreamCloud offers a 365-night trial, compared to Avocado’s 100-night trial.
- DreamCloud’s pillow top is a bit more luxurious.
- DreamCloud uses memory foam.
- DreamCloud has a uniquely complex structure.
- The mattress gets a luxurious Eurotop feel from its True Tufted™ Cashmere Top, which features hand-sewn tufts.
- The top layer three layers are memory foam. First is .39-inch layer (1 centimeter) of gel-infused memory foam. This is followed by 1.77 inches (4.5 centimeters) of quilted memory foam, split into a 2-centimeter and 2.5-centimeter sheet.
- A thin .39-inch (1 centimeter) of natural latex gives DreamCloud some bounce.
- Another two layers of memory foam follow. First is a 1.97-inch (5 centimeters) layer of “Dreamplush” supporting memory foam. Then comes a .59-inch layer (1.5 centimeters) of super dense, super soft memory foam.
- The support layer is a 7.87-inch (20 centimeters) thick section of individually pocketed “BestRest” coils. These coils come in two levels of resistance, placed in five comfort zones to ensure your body is appropriately supported.
- The base layer is 1.6 inches (5 centimeters) of high density super soft memory foam base.
- Avocado has a button-tufted cover made with 100% organic cotton. It is breathable and soft to the touch.
- The comfort layer on top is made of natural dunlop latex. In the original 11-inch version, this is three inches thick, but the pillow top 13-inch version of Avocado adds two inches. This is a very durable material that provides good pressure relief and great bounce.
- The support layer includes a system of individually wrapped coils that are zoned to give you extra support where you need it the most. This advanced, durable coil system is great for heavier sleepers.
- Avocado has a simpler construction.
- Both are breathable and sleep cool.
- Both offer pillow tops.
- Both have thick layers of individually pocketed coils.
- Avocado will have more bounce to it
- In both mattresses, coils are strategically placed to ensure optimal support.
- DreamCloud has more layers.
- DreamCloud has memory foam, while Avocado is more latex-centric.
These are both pretty firm mattresses, but DreamCloud’s hand-tufted pillow top gives it a unique surface feel.
Motion Transfer Differences
The videos below demonstrate how well the mattresses isolate motion. Avocado isolates motion a bit better than DreamCloud, but both do a respectable job.
Pick DreamCloud If:
- You want a firmer mattress– Both DreamCloud and Avocado are firm, but DreamCloud is a touch firmer. This could make it more appropriate for back/stomach sleepers.
- You want a more traditional mattress feel– DreamCloud’s hand-tufted pillow top and memory foam with coils give it a more traditional spring mattress feel.
Pick Avocado If:
- You want more natural materials– Avocado uses natural materials such as natural latex.
- You want a bouncier mattress– Avocado’s latex top layer gives it a lot of bounce.
- You want options– Avocado lets you choose between its firmer 11-inch version and softer version with added two-inch pillow top.
These are fairly similar options, but with some differences that really matter. I hope you found this comparison helpful. Please leave any specific questions you have in the comments.