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Though GhostBed already has two mattresses to its name, the GhostBed Flex is the brand’s first hybrid model. With an emphasis on springy support and cooling, this bad boy is a bouncy option that could be perfect for folks who need a little lift while they sleep.
But is the bed actually comfortable? To find out, I slept on it myself, assessing its firmness, motion transfer, sinkage, and bounce to determine who would benefit from its unique design… and who definitely wouldn’t.
GhostBed launched in 2015 on a mission to provide its customers with “supernatural comfort.” Over the years, this aim has manifested in the all-foam original GhostBed, the luxurious GhostBed Luxe, and a slate of other products (including pillows and an adjustable base).
Later on in this review, we’ll compare the Flex to its two GhostBed siblings as well as to one of its biggest competitors on the mattress scene: the Bear Hybrid, another mattress that combines pressure-relieving foams with bouncy coils for an all-encompassing sleep experience.
That’s all for now, to learn more you’ll have to watch or read the full review!
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