Brunswick Mattress Overview
The Brunswick Mattress (also called the “Brunswick Spring Mattress”) is a 12-inch thick, medium-firm hybrid mattress only available to Canadian residents. Manufactured by Canadian mattress company GoodMorning.com, the Brunswick is part of a larger product line that includes five other mattresses and mattress accessories such as pillows, mattress protectors, and bed bases.
The Brunswick Mattress rates 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale and provides a mixture of support and pressure relief. Although the Brunswick has gel memory foam layers that “hug” the body a bit, it is more responsive than conforming, and sleepers will generally feel like they are sleeping “on,” not “in,” the mattress. It’s best suited to average- and heavyweight sleepers, and might feel too firm for sleepers that weigh under 130 pounds.
Our review guides you through the factors that’ll help you decide if the Brunswick Mattress is a good fit for you. We cover construction, performance, feel, similar mattresses, pricing, and relevant GoodMorning.com policies such as the sleep trial, shipping, and warranty information.
Table of Contents
Meet Our Testing Team
- People who sleep hot. The pocketed coil layer of the Brunswick allows c air to flow through the mattress, while gel infused into memory foam helps keep the foam from trapping heat.
- Average- and heavyweight back sleepers. Back sleepers weighing 130 pounds and up found the Brunswick provided adequate lumbar support.
- Heavyweight side sleepers. Heavyweight side sleepers receive the mix of support and pressure relief needed to maintain spinal alignment while lying on the Brunswick.
- People who frequently sleep or sit on the edge of the bed. Pocketed coils and a reinforced perimeter give the Brunswick Mattress superior edge support.
Not Recommended for...
- People who don’t live in Canada. Unfortunately, GoodMorning.com only ships the Brunswick to Canadian locations.
- Lightweight sleepers who prefer soft mattresses. The Brunswick might feel overly firm and not provide enough pressure relief for lightweight sleepers.
- Sleepers who want a very conforming mattress. Although the Brunswick Mattress contains memory foam, it doesn’t have the deep sinking property some sleepers prefer.
Tuck’s testing team conducted an extensive evaluation of the Brunswick Mattress. Our review and rating process consists of three parts: in-house evaluation, external sleep testing, and data collection of verified owner experiences. To learn more about our review process, read our methodology here.
Our performance criteria and ratings for the bed are listed in the table below.
The Brunswick Mattress performed well in our testing, proving to be an especially good choice for average- and heavyweight back sleepers. Keep reading to learn how we determined our ratings below.
Sleep Position Ratings
As part of our ratings process, we evaluated the Brunswick Mattress across different body types and preferred sleep positions. In addition to physical testing, we surveyed our sleep expert team and analyzed reviews from verified mattress owners and customers. Our findings are listed in the table below.
|Sleep Position||Less than 130 LBS||130 LBS - 230 LBS||Greater than 230 LBS|
Brunswick Mattress Awards
The Brunswick Mattress earned the following Tuck Mattress Guide award due to its positive ratings from our testing team and mattress owners:
Best Mattresses from Canada
Best Value Canadian Mattress pick for Best Mattresses from Canada.
How Is the Brunswick Mattress Constructed?
The Brunswick Mattress is covered with a white, quilted fabric that’s a blend of 90% polyester and 10% hemp. The cover is breathable and feels soft to the touch.
Beneath the cover is a Euro-Top, a soft, thin layer that contains Hollofil, a polyester-based filling that gives the mattress a plush, pillow-like feel.
Two gel memory foam layers make up the comfort layers of the Brunswick Mattress. These layers provide some body contouring while maintaining temperature neutrality.
The first gel memory foam layer is ¾ inches thick and 1.8 PCF density. The layer below it is 1-inch thick and 2.5 PCF density. Both of these layers are low density foam, which means they don’t have that traditional slow-responding feel that many associate with memory foam and are a bit less durable.
The Brunswick Mattress contains one transition layer consisting of 1.5 PCF polyfoam. Transition layers are firmer than comfort layers, but not as firm as support layers. This layer prevents sleepers from sinking down to the firmer support layers, which can cause excessive pressure on the body.
This polyfoam transition layer also helps promote spinal alignment by allowing heavier parts of the body to sink in further while still supporting the full body.
Steel pocketed coils in 1.5 PCF encasement foam make up the support core of the Brunswick Mattress. pocketed coils are individually encased and not connected to one another, which helps reduce the motion transfer often found in spring mattresses.
The 12-inch thickness of the Brunswick Mattress provides space for 8 inches of pocketed coils, with a half-inch of encasement foam around the coils. The remaining 4 inches of the mattress consists of a polyfoam transition layer, two gel memory foam layers, and a fiber-filled Euro-Top.
The 12-inch thickness is considered “high profile,” so the Brunswick Mattress might require deep-pocketed sheets.
|Product Name||Firmness Setting||Thickness||Support Core Components||Transition Layer Components||Comfort Layer Components||Cover Components|
|Brunswick Mattress||6 (medium-firm)||12″||8″ Pocketed Coils
½” Polyfoam Encasement
|1″ 1.5 PCF Polyfoam||¾” 1.8 PCF Gel Memory Foam
1″ 2.5 PCF Gel Memory Foam
Euro-Top Hollofiber Fill
What Are the Firmness and Feel Like?
The Brunswick Mattress rates 6 out of 10, or medium-firm, on the firmness scale, which we found to be accurate through our testing. This mattress is not available in multiple firmness levels. Medium-firm mattresses are generally best suited for average- and heavyweight individuals.
Like most hybrid mattresses, the Brunswick provides a mix of support and pressure-relieving contouring. As discussed below, the lumbar support is especially useful to average- and heavyweight back sleepers. Heavyweight side sleepers find the Brunswick provides the right combination of support and pressure relief to give them spinal alignment. Lightweight sleepers, however, might find the Brunswick feels too firm.
Although the Brunswick Mattress contains memory foam layers, it is more responsive than contouring. The memory foam layers are low density and make up only 1.75 inches of the 12-inch thick mattress. While they do “hug” the body a bit, sleepers will feel like they are sleeping “on” rather than “in” the mattress overall.
Next, let’s take a closer look at our performance ratings for the Brunswick Mattress. These ratings are based on findings from our internal and external testing teams, as well as verified owner and customer experiences with the mattress.
Since the Brunswick Mattress came out last year, there is no customer history available to demonstrate how long the mattress can last. We project the Brunswick Mattress will be a long-lasting mattress based on our knowledge of the GoodMorning.com brand and the quality of materials used in this mattress. It contains steel pocketed coils, which are known for their durability and make up 8 inches of the mattress’s 12-inch profile.
The memory foam and polyfoam layers of the Brunswick are low density, so they might develop body indentations over time. It could take years before changes in the foam layers significantly affect the feel of the mattress, however.
We had one tester lie on the bed while another moved on another part of the mattress, and found the Brunswick Mattress has good motion isolation. Hybrid mattresses generally do not isolate motion as well as all-foam mattresses because of the spring layer. The pocketed coils in the Brunswick are individually encased, however. Putting weight on individual springs in the Brunswick will not cause all of the springs around them to depress as well.
Still, the Brunswick does experience some motion transfer. Most sleepers will find the motion isolation of the Brunswick satisfactory, but particularly light sleepers who share a bed might find motion transfer on the Brunswick to be bothersome as sleep partners move around or get in and out of bed.
An odor did emit from the Brunswick Mattress upon opening the package, but it wasn’t particularly strong. It faded within hours and was imperceptible the next day. Most customers will likely be able to ignore the smell, but those who are sensitive to smells might want to avoid being near the mattress upon opening.
This odor is a result of off-gassing, which occurs as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in foam degrade. Off-gassing is generally worse with all-foam mattresses than with hybrids. The Brunswick is certified by CertiPUR-US, a non-profit that certifies foams that are made without many dangerous chemicals and are low VOC.
Our pressure mapping tools showed that the Brunswick Mattress provides adequate pressure relief for average- and heavyweight individuals. While the mattress does provide some pressure relief for lightweight individuals, they do experience more pressure than average- and heavyweight individuals lying on the mattress. As a result, the Brunswick might feel overly firm to sleepers who weigh under 130 pounds.
The pressure relief provided by the Brunswick Mattress is good, but might not be enough for people who deal with chronic pain and are specifically looking for a highly pressure-relieving mattress. Sleepers needing more advanced pressure relief should look into mattresses that are more conforming than the Brunswick.
Like many hybrid mattresses, the Brunswick offers very good temperature neutrality. Its 8 inches of pocketed coils allow for air flow through a large segment of the mattresses, which helps keep it temperature neutral.
Also, the two memory foam layers are infused with a cooling gel. Memory foam can trap body heat, but the cooling gel infusion helps keep the foam cool.
Our testers found strong edge support when sitting and sleeping on the edge of the Brunswick Mattress. The edges did not sink or fold under their weight. Mattresses with a spring layer generally have strong edge support, and the Brunswick is reinforced around the perimeter in a way that increases the strength of its edges.
Sleepers who enjoy sleeping near the edge of the bed do not need to worry about the edge sinking and causing them to fall off. Edge support is also useful to sleepers who use the edge of the mattress for assistance when getting in and out of bed.
The Brunswick Mattress is not a silent mattress. Although it is not super loud, there are some sounds associated with movement on the mattress. Noise is common with mattresses containing a spring layer.
Customers who want a completely silent mattress should look into all-foam mattress options.
The Brunswick Mattress rates very good on sex because of its responsiveness and edge support. Responsive mattresses have more “bounce” to them and allow for easy movement. Highly conforming mattresses often hold body impressions for a few seconds, making movement more difficult. The strong edge support of the Brunswick makes slipping off the bed unlikely.
The only downside to the Brunswick when it comes to sex is the potential noise. Although it will not be very loud, customers can expect that some movements might result in sound.
Next, let’s discuss our sleeper ratings for the Brunswick Mattress.
The ideal firmness and thickness for a mattress is largely dependent on a person’s body weight, shape, and regular sleep positions. For this reason, Tuck evaluates mattresses using multiple sleep testers of diverse body weights and sleep position preferences.
Lightweight Sleepers – Less than 130 lbs.
Our lightweight sleep testers thought the Brunswick Mattress felt firm. Only lightweight sleepers who prefer firmer mattresses will like the Brunswick Mattress. Although the Brunswick does provide some pressure relief to lightweight sleepers, mattresses that are softer and more conforming will provide greater pressure relief.
The risk of sleeping on a too-firm mattress is excessive pressure building up around the pressure points on your body, which can lead to discomfort or pain. Pressure points tend to form in the hip and shoulder regions of lightweight side sleepers.
Average Weight Sleepers – 130 to 230 lbs.
Average-weight back sleepers found the Brunswick Mattress provided adequate lumbar support. The mix of support and pressure relief the Brunswick provides worked well for this group.
Like lightweight sleepers, average-weight sleepers who prefer to sleep on their sides and stomachs felt that the Brunswick felt on the firm side. Average-weight sleepers who prefer firmer mattresses will likely like the Brunswick, while others might prefer a mattress that rates lower on the firmness scale.
Heavyweight Sleepers – More than 230 lbs.
The Brunswick proved to be best suited for heavyweight sleepers in the over 230 pounds category. Sleepers in this weight range particularly enjoyed the Brunswick Mattress and felt well-supported when sleeping on their sides and back.
The Brunswick Mattress provides adequate lumbar support to heavyweight back sleepers. It also promotes spinal alignment in side sleepers, providing the right mix of firmness and pressure relief.
Pricing and Discounts
- Twin $599 (CAD)
- Twin XL $629 (CAD)
- Full $679 (CAD)
- Queen $749 (CAD)
- King $899 (CAD)
- California King $899 (CAD)
Brunswick Coupons and Promos
How Does the Brunswick Mattress Compare to Other Beds?
Our testing process allows us to notice the similarities and differences among a variety of mattresses. In this section, we compare the Brunswick Mattresses with similar mattresses and other models offered by GoodMorning,com, highlighting the similarities and differences between each.
Brunswick vs. Novosbed
Like the Brunswick Mattress, the Novosbed is sold by GoodMorning.com. Unlike the Brunswick, the Novosbed is available in the U.S. as well as Canada, and in multiple firmness options. The Novosbed Mattress is an all-foam bed with a removable, washable cover. Its medium-firm option is most similar to the Brunswick Mattress, but their features vary. Because of the differences in construction, the Novosbed is quieter than the Brunswick, but doesn’t have as good of edge support.
The Novosbed and Brunswick will appeal to different sleepers. Heavyweight sleepers tend to prefer the Brunswick, while lightweight sleepers tend to prefer the Novosbed. Average-weight sleepers can choose their preferred bed based on feel. The Novosbed is more conforming, and provides the sensation of sleeping “in” rather than “on” the bed, while the Brunswick is somewhat conforming, but on the whole, more responsive than the Novosbed.
Brunswick vs. Logan & Cove
Both the Logan & Cove Mattress and the Brunswick Mattress are hybrid options from GoodMorning.com that only ship to Canadian locations. The Logan & Cove comes in two firmness options: medium-soft and medium-firm. Customers who find the Brunswick Mattress to be too firm but still want a hybrid from GoodMorning.com can opt for the medium-soft Logan & Cove Mattress.
There are many similarities between the two mattress models, but the Logan & Cove is considered a luxury option and comes at a higher price point than the Brunswick Mattress. Both mattresses are relatively affordable, but the Brunswick will appeal to cost-conscious consumers. The Logan & Cove will appeal to eco-conscious consumers since its cover contains wood-derived Tencel and it has a soy-derived bio-foam layer.
Brunswick vs. Douglas
Both the Brunswick and the Douglas Mattress are GoodMorning.com mattresses sold exclusively in Canada, although the Douglas is an all-foam mattress. Unlike the Brunswick Mattress, the Douglas is totally silent and isolates motion very well due to its polyfoam support layers. The difference in construction causes the Douglas to be inferior when it comes to edge support and temperature neutrality, however.
Both mattresses are medium-firm and rate 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. They also have similar thicknesses. Our average- and heavyweight sleepers liked the Brunswick and Douglas mattresses equally well. Although they rate the same on firmness, our lightweight sleepers thought the Brunswick felt a bit firmer than the Douglas.
Brunswick vs. Recore
The Recore Mattress is another medium-firm mattress sold exclusively in Canada by GoodMorning.com. Unlike the Brunswick, the Recore is an all-foam mattress. This all-foam construction makes the Recore superior to the Brunswick when it comes to noise (the mattress is silent) and motion isolation. The Brunswick has superior edge support and temperature neutrality, however.
Both mattresses are preferred by average- and heavyweight sleepers, though lightweight sleepers found the Recore to feel less comfortable than the Brunswick. The mattresses will feel different to sleepers of all weights since the Recore is more conforming and the Brunswick is more responsive. The Recore “hugs” the body more and gives sleepers a sensation of sleeping “in” rather than “on” the mattress.
Brunswick vs. Casper
The Casper Mattress is the flagship model from a competing mattress company that sells to both the U.S. and Canada. Both mattresses are 12 inches thick. An all-foam mattress, the Casper rates 5 out of 10 on the firmness scale, so it is a little less firm than the Brunswick. As a result, the Casper is preferred by lightweight sleepers and viewed as too soft by many heavyweight sleepers.
The Casper differs from the Brunswick in other ways, too. In addition to being softer, it is more conforming and “hugs” the body, giving the sensation of sleeping “in” rather than “on” the mattress. The Casper also doesn’t have as strong of edge support as the Brunswick Mattress, though it is quieter and provides superior motion isolation.
Brunswick Spring Mattress
Logan & Cove by Novosbed
|PRICE RANGE||$749 (CAD)||$999||$999 (Canadian)||$749 (CAD)||$849 (CAD)||$995.00|
|SLEEP TRIAL||120 nights||120 nights||120 nights||120 nights||120 nights||100 nights|
|WARRANTY LENGTH||15 Year, Limited||15 Year, 10 non-prorated||15 Year, Limited||15 years, Limited||15 Year, Limited||10 Year, Limited|
Brunswick Mattress FAQ
Sleep Trial 120 nights
Shipping Free shipping in Canada
Warranty 15-year, Non-prorated
Made In Canada
Where Can I Buy the Brunswick Mattress?
The Brunswick is only available on a dedicated website run by GoodMorning.com.
Where Do They Ship?
The Brunswick only ships to Canadian locations.
White Glove Delivery?
White glove delivery isn’t available for the Brunswick Mattress.
Old Mattress Removal?
Old mattress removal isn’t available with a Brunswick Mattress purchase.
Full Delivery Policy
The delivery policy for the Brunswick Mattress is as follows:
- The Brunswick Mattress exclusively ships to Canada. It cannot be shipped to the U.S. or other countries outside of Canada.
- Shipping is free to the vast majority of Canadian locations, though some very remote locations might have to pay a shipping fee.
- It usually takes 1-3 business days to process a Brunswick order, then 1-5 business days to ship the order. A Brunswick Mattress should arrive 2-8 business days after purchase. Business days do not include weekends or holidays.
- Customers do not necessarily have to be home to receive the Brunswick when it’s delivered.
- The mattress is delivered compressed in a box. The box often undergoes wear and tear during shipping, but the mattress inside is protected. If the mattress is damaged in any way, customers should immediately contact the company.
Trial Period and Warranty Details
The Brunswick Mattress comes with a 120-night sleep trial.
- The Brunswick Mattress comes with a 120-night trial period that begins the day the mattress is delivered.
- Because there is an adjustment period with a new mattress, customers must try the Brunswick for at least 30 days before they can initiate a return.
- Customers wanting to initiate a return between 30 and 120 days of delivery should contact the company via email and include their order number.
- The company will arrange to have the returned mattress picked up and then provide a refund.
The Brunswick Mattress comes with a fifteen-year warranty:
- The Brunswick comes with a 15-year warranty.
- The warranty begins on the date of purchase.
- The mattress must be unpacked and expanded within two weeks of delivery or the warranty is void.
- Folding, standing on, or jumping on the Brunswick can void its warranty.
- Cleaning the Brunswick in any way other than spot cleaning will void the warranty.
- If the Brunswick Mattress is not put on an acceptable foundation as outlined in the warranty, the warranty will be void. This foundation must have an appropriate frame and center support beam.
- The warranty may only be used by the original purchaser of the mattress.
- The law tag must be on the mattress or the warranty cannot be used.
- The warranty covers any sort of defects or damages that occur through normal wear other than body indentations of less than 2 inches in depth.
- Customers wanting to use the warranty might be asked to take photos and measurements of the mattress.
- Under the warranty, GoodMorning.com will repair or replace the mattress depending on what is wrong with it. They will also cover shipping related to the warranty.
- Using the warranty to have a mattress replaced does not extend the warranty or begin a new warranty period.
9.5 of 10 reviews show customers have a positive experience with GoodMorning.com.
GoodMorning.com launched in 2009. The Brunswick Mattress went for sale in 2018.
GoodMorning.com has earned an A+ from the Better Business Bureau.
GoodMorning.com does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
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