Eve Hybrid Mattress Review – Is the Bounce of Springs Right for You?

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Designed and manufactured in the UK, Eve is a bed-in-a-box company committed to creating “beautifully simple” mattresses for British sleepers. While the brand kicked off this mission with its flagship all-foam bed, the company has since debuted a new hybrid model designed to be as pressure-relieving as it is supportive.

But does the bed actually live up to this goal? I won’t know until I put it through my tried-and-true tests to figure out if its unique feel could be the perfect one for you.

As I mentioned up top, this Eve Hybrid mattress features a hybrid design made up of buoyant soft foam, high-density poly foam and a pocketed coil system. This combination of materials is intended to create a balanced vibe of cushiony comfort and bouncy support, providing the customer with an all-encompassing sleep experience.

To see exactly how this works, let’s dive into the mattress!


Cover – Crafted from 100% polyester, the cover is pretty stretchy and infused with some great moisture-wicking properties for cooling. It’s also totally removable, making for easy cleaning!

Comfort Layer – The comfort layer is comprised of the brand’s proprietary evecomfort foam, a breathable alternative to memory foam that’s soft yet responds quickly to pressure. So while you’ll likely experience some immediate relief while sinking into it, you’re not likely to feel stuck in this layer. The material is also built with an open-cell structure, which helps with cooling throughout the structure.

Transition Layer – Directly below the comfort layer, you’ll find a thin layer of poly foam, which helps transition you from the softer materials above into the firmer support sections below.

Edge Support – Before you hit the pocketed coil system, you’ll encounter a section of high-density poly foam edge support surrounding it. This material helps to extend the usable surface area of the mattress and give the coils something upon which to react.

Support Layer – And finally, the support layer of the mattress, which is built from a layer of 713 springs. What’s unique about eve’s pocketed coil system is that it features zoned support at the shoulders and hips for targeted relief in those areas. I should also mention that because the springs are individually wrapped, they’re also going to help with isolating motion.

That’s it for now, watch or read my full review to learn more and find out if the Eve Hybrid would be a good choice for you!

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