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╔ About The Nectar Lush Mattress ╗
Nectar is a U.S.-based mattress and bedding accessory brand with a very strong online presence. The company introduced their flagship bed, the Nectar Mattress, in 2017. This review will focus on the Nectar Lush, a second model first unveiled in 2020.
The Nectar Lush is constructed with a comfort layer of gel memory foam, followed by transitional and support layers of denser polyfoam. The mattress also has a polyester-blend cover that can be removed and machine-washed. Altogether, the Nectar Lush measures 12 inches thick. In terms of firmness, this model is considered medium, or a 5.5 on the 1-10 firmness scale.
The Nectar Lush has a medium feel that corresponds to a 5.5 on the 1-10 firmness scale. The memory foam comfort layer conforms rather closely to sleepers and the material is not very responsive. This creates a feeling of sleeping “in” – as opposed to sleeping “on” – the mattress.
The Nectar Lush’s cover is crafted from a blend of polyester, nylon, and spandex. The material has a very soft and stretchy feel. It is also designed to wick away body heat and sleep cool.
The cover can be unzipped and removed from the mattress for cleaning. Nectar recommends spot-cleaning with mild detergent and/or hand soap if staining occurs.
The mattress has a 3-inch comfort layer of gel-coated memory foam. The material has a low density of 3.5 PCF (pounds per cubic foot), meaning the material is fairly breathable but also lacking in durability.
The memory foam has a medium feel. Most sleepers experience deep body-conforming and the bed is best suited to people who weigh 230 pounds or less.
A 2-inch transitional layer of 2.5 PCF polyfoam is located beneath the comfort layer. This component acts as a buffer for sleepers by preventing them from sinking too deeply into the mattress and coming into contact with the support core, which has a very dense and firm feel.
The Nectar Lush has a 7-inch support core of high-density polyfoam. This layer stabilizes the entire mattress to keep sleepers on an even plane and minimize deep sagging. The base foam is also intended to reinforce the edges, but as we learned during our testing, perimeter support for the mattress is fair at best (for more information, check out our edge support analysis in the ratings breakdown).
The Nectar Lush measures 12 inches thick, making it a high-profile mattress. The above-average height ensures enough room for a deep comfort layer without sacrificing support from the transitional and base foam components. As a result, the mattress conforms to a noticeable extent but sleepers won’t sink too deeply.
The Nectar Lush also feels more temperature-neutral than many competing memory foam mattresses. The low-density memory foam is fairly breathable, while the cover is designed to wick away body heat from sleepers to keep them cool.
We Recommend the Nectar Lush Mattress if…
Sleepers who prefer a mid-level firmness
Those who enjoy the feel of memory foam