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DreamCloud vs Nectar | Mattress Review & Comparison (NEW)

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DreamCloud vs Nectar | Mattress Review & Comparison (NEW)

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▬ ABOUT THIS VIDEO ▬
DreamCloud vs Nectar | Mattress Review & Comparison (NEW). In this video, Jeff compares Nectar vs DreamCloud. Both of these beds are popular online mattresses.

DreamCloud: This is a thick hybrid mattress that uses a combination of pocketed coils, memory foam and a quilted euro top. Overall, the bed has a pillow top feel with a little memory foam mixed in. We think it lands around a medium on the firmness scale (not too soft or too firm). Accordingly, we think this bed is a good option for side sleepers, back sleepers and stomach sleepers. DreamCloud is also better than Nectar for heavy people given the coils in the mattress. As far as price, you’re looking at about $1,000 for a queen size after discounts.

Nectar: This is a budget tier memory foam mattress. The bed lands around a medium to medium firm on the firmness scale. However, the top layers do a good job with pressure relief so we think it’s a viable bed for side sleepers. Price wise, you’re talking about $700-$800 for a queen size.

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