Tomorrow Sleep is a bed-in-a-box startup. However, the company is backed by Serta Simmons, which is the biggest mattress manufacturer in the country. Tomorrow Sleep also has other sleep products available for sale, including pillows, sheets, a mattress protector, drapes, a comforter, and a sleep tracker. In this review we are taking look at the Medium Firm version of the mattress. How does it stack up? Read on for my full Tomorrow Sleep mattress review.
Overall this is a well constructed mattress. They use good materials that should last a long time.
Some mattresses make you feel like you are sleeping right on top of the mattress, while with other mattresses you feel like you really sink into the mattress. Whether sleeping “in” or “on” your mattress is really just a matter of personal preference. In the case of the Tomorrow Sleep Medium Firm mattress, I felt like the answer is somewhere between the two. I can feel my hips sinking into the mattress but not too much. Overall, there is some sinkage but not as much as many other mattresses out there.
The video below shows off the general firmness and feel of the mattress. I think the Medium Firm is still just slightly softer than average. I didn’t feel much pressure at all on my side and I felt like I sank into the mattress a bit. You can see that I can easily push my hand into the initial layers of the mattress. The top layers are pretty soft. However, the pocketed coils prevent you from sinking into the mattress too much and as a result I felt properly supported during the times I spent on my back. The mattress is a hybrid but I think overall has a more memory foam feel.
I really liked the Medium Firm version and thought it was soft enough to relieve pressure really well on my shoulders while sleeping on my side. In fact, the pressure relief was one of the first things I really noticed about the mattress. With that said, I think the majority of people will want to get the Medium Firm version. If you are very lightweight and sleep mainly on your side, then you might want to take a look at getting the Medium Soft version. Otherwise, I think the Medium Firm version is the way to go.
The Tomorrow Sleep mattress really excels with edge support. They have a side rail system that allows you to use the full surface area of the mattress without feeling like you are going to fall off. If you want to tie your shoes at the edge of the bed, you won’t have any issues. This is also good for people who sleep with a partner and want to maximize the sleeping surface. This is definitely a great feature to have.
I didn’t have any issues with sleeping hot with this mattress. The phase change material and perforated edges combine to do a nice job of keeping the mattress breathable. There are probably other types of mattresses that would be more breathable, but I would say if you are looking at getting a memory foam mattress, this will be one of the better options as far as sleeping hot is concerned.
The video below shows off how well the mattress does with motion transfer. Because of the memory foam layers and the fact that the coils are pocketed, the mattress does perform quite well at isolating motion. This makes it a great choice for couples.
People sometimes ask about off-gassing, which is a slight chemical smell that you might experience once you unbox a foam mattress. It is similar to a new car smell in my opinion. In the case of the Tomorrow Sleep mattress, there was slight off-gassing, but it was gone after 24 hours. It should not be a concern at all.
The mattress will work just fine with an adjustable base. You can also use it with a platform bed, slatted base, box spring, or any flat surface. I used the mattress with a platform bed with wooden slats and it worked great for me.
The chart below shows the prices for all of the available sizes of the mattress, as well as the weight and dimensions for the Medium Firm version.
|Twin||38" x 74.5" x 10"||79 lbs.||$550|
|Twin XL||38" x 79.5" x 10"||82 lbs.||$600|
|Full||53" x 74.5" x 10"||98 lbs.||$800|
|Queen||60" x 79.5" x 10"||110 lbs.||$990|
|King||76" x 79.5" x 10"||132 lbs.||$1,200|
|CA King||72" x 83.5" x 10"||134 lbs.||$1,250|
There is a lot to like about the Tomorrow Sleep mattress. If you want to bring the benefits of memory foam and coil mattresses together into one mattress, then this is a really great choice.
This post was last updated on January 9th, 2018 at 12:01 pm
Joe is the editor of Mattress Clarity. When he isn't testing sleep products, he enjoys working out, reading, and playing classical piano.