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Since it started shipping mattresses online in 2016, bed-in-a-box brand Nolah has sold a single 10” all-foam model built for pressure relief and cooling. While the mattress is a popular one for the company, the brand recently decided to up its comfort game by adding an all new flippable 12” signature mattress to its growing line.
Though Nolah claims that the new model is a souped up version of its original bed, I won’t know how comfortable it actually is until I put it through a few tests to determine how it feels, how it sleeps and whether or not it could be the mattress of your dreams!
I should note that for the purpose of this review, I’ll mostly be looking at the bed’s “soft” side, but will still share some info on the “firm” side as well.
NOLAH ORIGINAL V. NOLAH SIGNATURE
I thought it might be worth it to highlight some of the key differences between the brand’s two mattresses. While they use the same materials (AirFoam in the comfort layer and high-resilience foam in the transition), their varying characteristics truly do set them apart as two totally distinct beds.
Layers – The Original features just three layers compared to the Signature’s four. Though it might seem innocuous, the extended profile allows the Signature to double down on the sinkage and contouring of the Original, providing even more pressure relief. This is mostly thanks to the extra half inch of AirFoam in the Signature’s comfort section.
Flippable – Additionally, this extra layer is what makes the Signature a double-sided mattress as opposed to the Original. That it’s flippable means you’re going to get a wider range of firmnesses, which we’ll explore in the next section of this review.
Cost – Given the bonus features of the Signature, it also costs a bit more than the Original, with a Queen size of the former coming in at $1,500 compared to the $950 price tag of the latter.
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