Mattress Review: 14 inch Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Hybrid
You’ll sleep easier when you trade out your old bed for this mattress
In so many ways, your mattress is your home. Your bed is the first place you wake up every morning, and the last place you rest your head each night. You pass more time on it than perhaps anywhere else — unsurprisingly, you spend about a third of your life asleep.
So: your mattress is important, but are you sleeping on the right mattress? If you snore, overheat, or have hip, neck or back pain, the answer is probably not.
Enter the Sedona Hybrid mattress by Brooklyn Bedding. This is a top-notch, handcrafted bed with a unique design that supports sleepers of all styles.
With a unique four-layer foam design aimed at providing a resort-style sleeping experience, the Sedona Hybrid is a premier option for sleepers who are tired of their current mattress.
How do we know?
Simple. We’ve scoured the internet in search of reviews so that you don’t have to. The following are all experiences collected from real people — not companies — about the various features of the Sedona Hybrid mattress by Brooklyn Bedding.
When it comes to this bed, we’ve collected details on factors such as materials, comfort, size, pricing, convenience, support and more.
If you’re interested in getting a better night’s sleep, stick around for the full rundown of everything this mattress has to offer.
Made from four layers of breathable foam — including a top layer of comfort foam, a second layer of gel-infused cooling foam, a third layer of high-density compression support foam and a final level of foam to cover the coil system core — the Sedona Hybrid mattress is solidly built.
Customers had much to say about the materials this mattress is built from. Many users expressed satisfaction at the superb cooling foam within that kept them comfortable all night.
One reviewer talked about the supreme softness of the top layer of foam, which they said offered super-soft support while preventing too much sinkage. Another said the four-layer design helped prevent sagging and sinking into the mattress, considerably extending the expected shelf life of their bed.
Customers had a lot to say about the comfort of the Sedona Hybrid mattress. Many commented on the fact that it incorporated just the right level of firmness, with plenty of support in classic “pressure point” areas, minimizing back and neck pain.
In fact, pain reduction was a common compliment from a variety of reviewers: this bed seems to neutralize most back, hip and neck pain entirely.
Another customer was worried about overheating. After all, some memory foam mattresses are known to trap heat.
However, thanks to the built-in cooling options the Sedona Hybrid mattress offers, the customer was pleasantly surprised by how cold they remained all night long.
Other reviewers noted that this bed was ideal for a variety of non-sleeping activities: watching TV, working in bed, or relaxing during the day.
Of course, when it comes to a mattress, the primary benefit should be a good night’s sleep, but it’s nice to know that this bed is multi-functional.
It should be mentioned that several reviewers did find the Sedona Hybrid a little “too soft” for their liking.
Some mentioned minor unalignment issues arising because of the “sinkage” of the bed. In other words, as far as firmness goes, on a scale of 1-10, the Sedona Hybrid nets out at about a 4-6.
What does this mean for you? If you love a soft, plush bed, this is probably the mattress for you. If you need a much harder, firmer bed for additional support, you may want to contact a customer service representative to talk about how Brooklyn Bedding can help craft a mattress that suits you just right.
Overall, however, comfort reviews were extremely positive. In fact, one reviewer mentioned that, after buying the Sedona Hybrid mattress, they had never slept so soundly in all their life. When it comes to comfort, we’ll take that as a thumbs up!
As far as size goes, customers had little to no complaints. There are a great number of sizes to choose from, including the standard array of twin, full, queen and king, as well as less-known sizes, such as the Split Alaskan, Split Texas and Split Wyoming. If you’re curious about what size might suit you best, consult our FAQ below for more answers.
Currently priced at $924.26 (down from $1,249), the Sedona Hybrid is a well-priced bed for the amenities offered. Foam mattresses such as these usually do not come cheap — specifically, memory foam mattresses from some brands can run as high as $3,000-$4,000.
More impressive than the base price of the mattress is all the “bells and whistles” that make this bed a real steal of a deal: free shipping, free returns, a 120-night trial period, a 10-year warranty and free customer service and support are nothing to sneeze at.
When you take into account all the benefits you’re getting with this mattress, that modest price looks even better than it did at first glance.
Customers were happy about the price of the Sedona Hybrid bed, too. One reviewer noted they shopped around and, for the construction, comfort and size of the bed they were looking for, this was the best deal they could find.
Convenience & Customer Service
Reviewers were quick to note the exceptional customer service offered by Brooklyn Bedding. One reviewer noted that, at first, they did not like the Sedona Hybrid mattress because of the way it was set up.
They called their sales manager, who visited them in-person to assess and rectify the problem. With their help, the reviewer was able to adjust their mattress accordingly, and now they absolutely love the value and comfort it provides.
Their back and hip pain is absolutely gone — and they were extremely impressed with the level of customer service they received!
Another reviewer was hesitant to buy a mattress online before testing it out. Still, they liked the idea of a bed in a box and decided to try it knowing there was a 120-night worry-free trial.
Fortunately, it was precisely what they were looking for. They’ve never slept so soundly — and they’re very satisfied with the convenience of their bed in a box delivery.
Still not sure? That’s okay — we’re here to answer your questions
Not sure yet if the Sedona Hybrid mattress is right for you? That’s okay. To help you make the right choice when deciding on a quality mattress, we’ve answered some frequently asked questions about the bed here. Take a look:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the shipping policy?
Fortunately, when it comes to shipping, this is a hassle-free mattress! Not only does the Sedona Hybrid come with free shipping, it also offers a no-risk option in the form of free shipping on bed exchanges and mattress returns.
Is there a trial period?
We all know that you need to sleep on a mattress to know if it’s a good fit. Fortunately, this mattress comes with a 120-night trial period, allowing you to sleep worry-free for four months before deciding if this bed is right for you.
How does it work? Simply try your mattress for a month (this is the amount of time it usually takes to adjust to a mattress such as this) and, if you find it does not work for you, you can return it.
How does delivery work?
Delivery with the Sedona Hybrid is simple. Like most other online items, your mattress will be conveniently shipped directly to your door. The difference is that Brooklyn Bedding practically invented the concept of the “bed in a box.”
They’ve been doing this since 2008, so you can expect a delivery that’s smooth, easy and painless. The mattress comes in hassle-free box with quick and easy instructions for opening and setting up your bed.
What are the dimensions of the Sedona Hybrid by Brooklyn Bedding?
Here’s a quick rundown of all the significant statistics about the size and dimensions of the Sedona Hybrid: the bed is 14” tall, with dimensions as small as 38” x 75” (for a twin mattress) and as large as 76” x 80” (for a king).
The bed can weigh anywhere between 65-145 pounds, offering comfortable and sturdy support for an excellent night’s sleep. Additional dimensions can be found here.
Will this mattress keep me cool at night?
For most foam mattresses, the one downside is that they trap heat. Fortunately, the Sedona Hybrid is built to combat overheating, offering a variety of cooling features that will keep you comfortable all through the night.
Some features include: a woven top knit cooling panel to draw out heat, and cool gel infusions within the mattress that support a nice, cold sleep environment.
Is this mattress sturdy? Will it support me?
The Sedona Hybrid is made to hold up to 950 pounds. There are additional options for those who weight more than 300 pounds and want extra support from their bed — but for the most part, this mattress will offer sturdiness without sacrificing comfortable, luxurious support.
Where is this bed made?
Brooklyn Bedding prides itself on its US-based factory in Phoenix, Arizona. By owning and operating their own production facility in the states, Brooklyn Bedding has full control over important factors such as materials, pricing, delivery, shipping and assembly.
As such, it’s a direct-to-consumer business. This allows the company to pass savings directly to customers, instead of bloating prices to cover the costs of expensive marketing campaigns.
What kind of support does this mattress require? Do I need a box spring?
As long as the foundation underneath this mattress provides little to no flex or “give,” your bed will be compatible with almost any setup.
That means any slat, box spring or platform foundation you own — if accurately sized — should do the job. However, Brooklyn Bedding also offers bed foundations specifically made for their mattresses, which can be found here.
Is there a warranty on this bed?
Yes. Thankfully, the Sedona Hybrid mattress offers a 10-year warranty.
What are the differences between the layers of foam on this mattress?
With four layers of foam working in tandem to provide you with maximum support, it can be hard to tell what each layer of the Sedona Hybrid mattress actually does. In short, here is what you should expect from each layer of this bed:
The first layer: this top layer of foam is where the signature resort-style softness and comfort of the Sedona Hybrid originates. You’ll feel this plush layer of foam every time you lay down, spiriting you away into a comfortable sleep.
The second layer: It’s a well-known design flaw that standard memory foam mattresses tend to overheat. Their composition traps body heat which, when combined with heavy sheets and blankets, can cause an insufferable sleeping experience. Fortunately, the Sedona Hybrid counteracts this with its second, cooling-gel foam layer. On top of other cooling features offered by the bed, this gel foam counteracts overheating, providing you with a temperature-regulated neutral sleeping environment.
The third layer: Here’s where the sturdiness and support system kicks in. While the top two layers are designed for comfort, this layer is meant to keep you supported all through the night. Hyper-dense memory foam with an additional cooling gel infusion creates a base that offers supreme support — mitigating back, spine, hip, shoulder and neck pain while preventing overheating.
The fourth layer: The last layer of the Sedona Hybrid bed is a transitionary level of foam designed to slowly recede into the coil system core, providing a smooth shift to the base itself. The benefit of this layer is complete pressure point relief without sacrificing on comfort.
Conclusion: a soft, cool sleeping experience for any sleeper
The Sedona Hybrid mattress by Brooklyn Bedding is not your cheapest mattress, nor is it your most expensive option. However, for the value provided, this mattress has countless amenities to offer: a soft, cool, cozy sleeping experience that maximizes comfort while refusing to sacrifice on support and pain relief.
A non-standard business model that passes on savings combined with excellent customer service and aftercare means that even if you don’t like this bed, Brooklyn Bedding is committed to helping you find a bed you do like.
We think, however, that like many other customers, you’ll have plenty of good things to say about the Sedona Hybrid. If you’re curious about the Sedona Hybrid mattress by Brooklyn Bedding, we recommend you try it yourself, and let us know what you think.