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Founded to help customers get their recommended eight hours of sleep every night, new bed-in-a-box brand 2920 (yes, that’s the sum of 365 nights of restorative shut eye) has launched its first mattress, an all-foam model built with pressure relief in mind.
To see just how comfortable this new bed is, I’ll be putting it to the test, sussing out its firmness, motion transfer, sinkage, and more to figure out if it could be the mattress of your dreams.
The 2920 mattress features an all-foam construction of four distinct lay
ers, measuring up to a total 10” of comfort. This combination of materials is intended to create a balanced vibe that’s as pressure-relieving as it is supportive.
To see how this all comes together, let’s dive on into the bed!
Cover – Comprised of a polyester, viscose, and lycra blend, the cover is a stretchy material that snaps back into place with ease. It’s soft to the touch and provides the sleeper with some immediate comfort.
Comfort Layer – Built with 2” of what the brand describes as “new generation foam,” the comfort layer has a slow response to pressure, allowing the sleeper to sink in for some satisfying relief. It’s also a super breathable material that has a sort of open cell structure to it, which should help to keep things cool through the night.
Transition Layer – Directly below the comfort layer you’ll find an inch of soft poly foam. This section functions mainly to help transition the sleeper into the firmer foams in the bed’s base, ensuring that there’s not an uncomfortable shift as they sink through the layers.
Support Layer – Next up you’ll encounter 5.5” of high-density poly foam, which brings some support and stability to the mattress. This firm layer helps to give the softer foams above something off which to respond and also works to bring a more balanced feel to the structure as a whole.
Foundation Layer – And finally, the construction wraps up with a 1.5” layer of high-density poly foam. 2920 says this section contributes to the bed’s “edge-to-edge” support, which reportedly helps to maximize the usable surface area of the bed. I’ll be investigating the mattress’ edge support a little later on in the review.
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