Nest Bedding Mattress Review
Founded in 2011, Nest Bedding is an exciting addition to the mattress space. Their mattresses are manufactured in the US and include a high-end hybrid mattress, organic and natural latex and hybrid mattresses, a flippable mattress and more. With competitive price points compared to name-brand mattresses and a tradition of innovating based on customer feedback, there's a lot to love about Nest Bedding.
KEY CUSTOMER FEEDBACK*
+1.9x side sleeping
+2.3x back support
+2.1x more cozy
Overall Score: 9.2/10
Customer Satisfaction: 9.1/10
Price Value: 9.1/10
No Back Pain: 9.1/10
Trial Period: 365 Nights
Nest Bedding's Specifics
Nest Bedding is one of the most innovative mattress brands available online and in-store. Since their launch, they have persistently updated their mattress offerings by using customer feedback. With a wide range of moderately priced mattresses, they have made a concerted effort to focus on high quality materials and material transparency for less money than name-brands. With thousands of happy customers and a customer-focused mission, there is a lot to love about Nest Bedding.
Quality of Materials
Nest Bedding focuses on building quality mattresses and bedding that is USA made, ultra comfortable, and competitively priced. Their focus means that they take certifications seriously -- offering CertiPUR-US certified foams and certified organic materials in some mattresses as well.
The pros: High quality memory foam that is CertiPUR-US certified and a wide variety of mattresses to select from.
The cons: Really not many cons in their craftsmanship and materials. Their biggest complaint is around customers selecting the wrong firmness for them so make sure to dig in to the options.
We are excited to go through each of the mattress products that Nest Bedding offers and discuss them in detail.
Sparrow Signature Hybrid
The Sparrow Signature Hybrid (formerly known as Alexander Signature Hybrid) has pocket coils and comes in multiple firmness options. With a plush, medium, and firm option and even split firmness options for select sizes, there is something for everyone to like in this mattress. Its top layer is a 1'' gel infused padded cover with cooling Thermic Phase Change Fabric, the second is 3'' of Energex™ Temperature Responsive Foam (plush through firm depending on selection) that is breathable and pressure relieving, followed by 1'' of SmartFlow support foam that acts as a buffer between the comfort layer and the coils below, and the last layer is 6'' of Quantum Edge pocketed coils which rest on top of a 1'' base support foam.
The pros of this mattress is that the pocket coils provide an extra layer of support all the way through the bed, the bed sleeps very cool, and it has three firmness options.
The cons: Not a lot of cons here!
Price Range: $1149-$2299
Final Score: 9.5 / 10
Quail Memory Foam
The Quail Memory Foam mattress (formerly known as Love & Sleep) is Nest Bedding's value mattress. With both medium and firm comfort options, the Quail Memory Foam still maintains the high standards of Greenguard Gold certification. It starts with a soft Thermic Phase Change Cooling cover followed by three layers of foam. The first is a 3'' cooling layer, the second is a 2'' foam designed for air-flow, and the third is 5'' of base foam.
The pros: reviewers note that the mattress has a good contour and everyone enjoys the low price -- also it doesn't offgas any nastiness with its excellent Greenguard certification.
The cons: Some heavy sleepers report feeling like they sink through the bed.
Price Range: $849-$1499
Final Score: 8.9 / 10
Raven Flippable Hybrid
For sleepers who enjoy a hybrid mattress but waver between both medium and firm options, Nest Bedding's recent addition to their mattress lineup, the Raven Flippable Hybrid (formerly known as FLIP Double Sided Hybrid) might be exactly what you're looking for. This uniquely designed, 2-in-1 mattress features a medium feel memory foam at the top layer, coils, and a firmer foam on the bottom. Since it's designed to be flipped, average weight side sleepers tend to appreciate the medium feel side while stomach and back sleepers can flip the mattress over and enjoy the support of the firmer side.
The pros: This versatile hybrid mattress is available at a value price and can work especially well in guest rooms.
The cons: Some sleepers may find that the mattress has much more give than expected (particularly around the perimeter).
Price Range: $1249-$1899
Final Score: 9.0 / 10
Owl Natural Latex Hybrid
The Owl Natural Latex Hybrid (formerly known as Natural Hybrid Latex) is ideal for those that want a firmer sleeping hybrid. The Owl comes with an organic stretch knit cotton and joma wool cover, 1.5'' quilting foam, 3'' of Oeko-tex certified Talalay latex, 1'' Eco-Friendly Comfort Foam, 6'' Reinforced Edge Coil Support Pocketed Coils, and 1'' of support foam to allow the coils to react fluidly. The Owl is available in three firmness options and even split firmness for couples in the king and cal king sizes. Most customers have good things to say about these mattresses.
The pros: Solid latex hybrid options that can compete with many others out there.
The cons: Customers that are looking for a purely latex option will need to opt for the Organic version, which is a bit pricier.
Price Range: $1399-$2499
Final Score: 9.1 / 10
Dove Certified Organic Hybrid Latex
The Dove Certified Organic Hybrid Latex (formerly known as Certified Organic Hybrid Latex) is perfect for those that wanting an all-natural sleeping hybrid. The Dove has 1'' GOTS certified organic cotton and wool cover, 3'' GOLS certified organic Dunlop latex, and 8'' pocket coils encased in organic cotton. With plush, medium, and firm comfort options, most customers have good things to say about these mattresses.
The pros: A good organic hybrid mattress with different firmness options.
The cons: Higher priced.
Price Range: $2149-$3999
Final Score: 9.2 / 10
Finch Natural Latex
The Finch Natural Latex (formerly known as the Natural All Latex) is available in both a medium and a firm comfort option, and features both natural latex and eco-friendly foam. The top layer features 1.5'' organic stretch knit cotton and wool cover that's quilted into foam, 3'' of natural Talalay latex, and a 6'' natural Talalay latex base that helps to provide structure to the mattress.
The pros: Multiple firmness options and mostly natural materials.
The cons: Should sleep cool for most, but there may be some rare cases where folks feel warmer.
Price Range: $1699-$2699
Final Score: 9.2 / 10
Piper Certified Organic All Latex
For those that are looking for a mattress without artificial foam and that is hand-made locally, Nest Bedding's answer is its Piper Certified Organic All Latex (formerly known as Certified Organic All Latex). Here is what's inside: 1'' of GOTS certified organic wool and cotton quilted cover, 3'' GOLS certified organic latex encased in breathable organic cotton, and a 4'' base of GOLS organic latex provides the main support for this mattress.
The pros: No memory foam at all. 2 firmness options and all-natural, hand-made materials.
The cons: Price can be high due to the price of latex.
Price Range: $2749-$4699
Final Score: 9.2 / 10