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Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Review

Written by Jackson Lindeke

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Review

The Bottom Line.

  • The Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid contains pocketed coils and foam layers and is available in soft, medium, and firm options.
  • A phase-change material integrated into the cover promotes cooling.
  • An unzippable cover and removable comfort layer allows customers to change the firmness level of the mattress.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Overview

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Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Overview

Founded in 2011, Nest Bedding sells a variety of mattresses online and in showrooms. In addition to the Signature Hybrid, the Nest Bedding lineup includes the Signature Series, Hybrid Latex, All Latex, Love & Sleep, and children’s mattresses.

The Signature Hybrid Mattress measures 13.5 inches thick and comes in three firmness levels: 3 (“plush” or soft), 5.5 (medium), and 7.5 (“luxury firm” or firm) out of 10 on the 1-10 firmness scale. The mattress is constructed with comfort layers of gel-infused memory foam, TitanChill Endurance polyfoam, and SmartFlow polyfoam over a support core consisting of an 8-inch pocketed coil layer above a thin polyfoam layer. A quilted phase-change material in the cover, along with airflow through the bed’s coil layer, help the bed sleep cool.

This review covers the construction, performance, and pricing of the Signature Hybrid Mattress. We also examine other comparable mattresses and share information about Nest Bedding’s sleep trial, shipping, return, and warranty policies.

Table of Contents

Full Video Review

Ratings Summary

Construction & Feel

Ratings Breakdown

Pricing & Discounts

Mattress Comparisons

 

Meet Our Testing Team
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Rachel
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Isaac
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  • Side sleepers of all weights. Our sleep testers that prefer sleeping on their sides found the Signature Hybrid promoted spinal alignment, regardless of their body weight.
  • Lightweight sleepers. Lightweight sleepers enjoyed a mix of support and pressure relief regardless of the position they slept in.
  • People who sleep hot. Air flow through the coil layer combined with phase-change material in the cover make the Signature Hybrid sleep cool.
  • Sleepers that share a bed with a partner of a different weight. Customers who opt for a king- or California king-sized mattress can customize the Signature Hybrid to have two firmness levels on the same mattress surface, one for each sleeper.

Not Recommended for...

  • Very light sleepers that share a bed. This mattress does transfer motion and make some noise when bearing weight, so a partner’s movements could be disturbing to some sleepers.

Tuck's Video Review

Our written review covers everything you need to know to decide if the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress is for you. We know that some people need to see a mattress in action to feel comfortable making a decision, however. Watch our video to see the Signature Hybrid Mattress and learn more about how we tested it.

Ratings Summary

Tuck’s testing team conducted an extensive evaluation of the Signature Hybrid 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.

Mattress Performance Ratings

Criteria
Rating
Durability
Motion Isolation
Off-gassing
Pressure Relief
Temperature Neutrality
Edge Support
Noise
Sex
Durability
Motion Isolation
Off-gassing
Pressure Relief
Temperature Neutrality
Edge Support
Noise
Sex
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Durability

The Alexander Hybrid is fairly durable, with an average lifespan of six to eight years based on it's construction.

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Durability

The Alexander Hybrid is fairly durable, with an average lifespan of six to eight years based on it's construction.

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Motion Isolation

Alexander Hybrid mattresses absorb motion to some extent, but nighttime disruptions have been reported.

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Motion Isolation

Alexander Hybrid mattresses absorb motion to some extent, but nighttime disruptions have been reported.

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Off-gassing

Our customer feedback and testing found that Alexander Hybrid mattresses emit minimal off-gassing odor.

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Off-gassing

Our customer feedback and testing found that Alexander Hybrid mattresses emit minimal off-gassing odor.

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Pressure Relief

Alexander Hybrid mattresses conform to a slight extent for a fair amount of pain and pressure relief.

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Pressure Relief

Alexander Hybrid mattresses conform to a slight extent for a fair amount of pain and pressure relief.

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Temperature Neutrality

Alexander Hybrid models absorb minimal body heat and sleep fairly cool for most.

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Temperature Neutrality

Alexander Hybrid models absorb minimal body heat and sleep fairly cool for most.

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Edge Support

Alexander Hybrid mattresses are well reinforced along the edges and minimal sinkage has been reported.

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Edge Support

Alexander Hybrid mattresses are well reinforced along the edges and minimal sinkage has been reported.

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Noise

Alexander Hybrid mattresses may produce squeaks and creaks over time, but they are no louder than the average hybrid.

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Noise

Alexander Hybrid mattresses may produce squeaks and creaks over time, but they are no louder than the average hybrid.

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Sex

Alexander Hybrid models from Nest Bedding are generally responsive and bouncy enough for most couples.

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Sex

Alexander Hybrid models from Nest Bedding are generally responsive and bouncy enough for most couples.

The Signature Hybrid Mattress excelled in many areas, such as edge support, temperature neutrality, durability, and off-gassing. It also rated highly with lightweight sleepers and side sleepers of all weights. Check out our in-depth ratings below.

Sleep Position Ratings

As part of our ratings process, we evaluated the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid 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.

For more information on sleeping positions please see our guides for side, back, stomach, and combination sleepers.

Weight Light Average Heavy
Sleep Position Less than 130 LBS 130 LBS - 230 LBS Greater than 230 LBS
Side
Back
Stomach

How Is the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Constructed?

Cover

The Signature Hybrid Mattress cover is made of soft fabric quilted with phase-change material. Phase-change material changes from solid to liquid in response to heat, allowing the cover to dissipate body heat and promote cooling.

Comfort Layers

The Signature Hybrid Mattress contains three comfort layers: .4 inches of 4 PCF (pounds per cubic foot) gel-infused memory foam, 3 inches of 3.5 PCF TitanChill Endurance polyfoam, and 1 inch of 3 PCF SmartFlow polyfoam. These layers add softness and a conforming property to the mattress.

A zipper on the cover allows customers comfort layer versatility. If you purchase a Signature Hybrid Mattress and do not like the firmness level, you can remove a comfort layer and swap it out for a different one at no charge within the first 100 nights. For example, if you order the “plush” or soft mattress and find that it is too soft, you can switch to the “medium” by swapping out the comfort layer instead of having to exchange the entire mattress.

Customers may also buy new comfort layers over time to change the firmness of their mattress, extend its life, or both.

Support Layers

The support core of the Signature Hybrid Mattress comprises 8 inches of pocketed coils atop a 1-inch layer of 3 PCF polyfoam. The pocketed coils are zoned, which means the outer coils are lower gauge (thicker) and the inner coils are higher gauge (thinner).

Lower gauge coils are firmer than higher gauge, so having them around the perimeter of the mattress adds edge support. The higher gauge coils in the center of the mattress provide responsiveness and support to sleepers without being too firm.

Mattress Height

The Signature Hybrid Mattress measures 13.5 inches thick, making it a high-profile mattress. Customers will need to purchase deep pocket sheets to fit it. This thickness allows the mattress to contain a robust 8-inch pocketed coil support core beneath a 4.4-inch comfort layer system.

Product Name Firmness Level Thickness Support Core Components Comfort Layer Components Cover Components
Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid 3 (Soft)

5.5 (Medium)

7.5 (Firm)

13.5″ 8″ Pocketed Coils

1″ 3 PCF Polyfoam

.4″ 4 PCF Gel-Infused Memory Foam

3″ 3.5 PCF TitanChill Endurance Foam

1″ 3 PCF SmartFlow Foam

Quilted Phase-Change Fabric

What Are the Firmness and Feel Like?

The Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid is somewhat conforming, but more responsive than many mattresses that contain memory foam. Sleepers who prefer a mattress that “hugs” the body might not find the Signature Hybrid Mattress conforming enough and want to opt for a softer all-foam or hybrid mattress.  The Signature Hybrid offers a mixed feeling between sleeping “in” and “on” the bed.

Since the Signature Hybrid comes in three firmness options, there is quite a bit of variation in terms of firmness. The medium (5.5) firmness will appeal to the majority of sleepers. Generally, lightweight sleepers will prefer the softest mattress, which rates 3 out of 10 on the firmness scale. The firm (7.5) is ideal for heavyweight sleepers, but some average weight sleepers who specifically like firm mattresses might also prefer it.

Ratings Breakdown

Performance Ratings

Next, let’s take a closer look at our performance ratings for the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress. Each rating is based on findings from our internal and external testing teams, as well as experiences from verified Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress owners.

Durability

Nest Bedding mattresses have proven to be durable since the company’s 2011 launch, and the Signature Hybrid is no exception. With its coil support core and high-quality polyfoam layers, this mattress can be expected to last longer than the 6-7 years that are average for a mattress.

Hybrid mattresses generally last longer than all-foam mattresses since coils do not wear out as quickly as foam. Since the Signature Hybrid has a removable foam comfort layer, its life can be extended by purchasing a replacement comfort layer once yours wears out. Nest Bedding recommends flipping or rotating the comfort layer every 6 months, which can help keep the foam layers from wearing out too quickly.

Motion Isolation

Nest Signature Hybrid Motion Isolation

To see how well the Signature Hybrid isolates motion, we asked two sleep testers to lie down next to each other on the mattress at the same time. One rolled around while the other noticed how much motion they felt transfer across the surface of the mattress. We also asked our external sleep testers to report how much motion transfer they felt overnight.

Both internal and external sleep testers reported that the motion isolation is good, but not great. Some motion does transfer across the surface of the mattress when weight is put on the mattress, or a person moves around.

Off-Gassing

Our testing team noticed an odor upon opening the Signature Hybrid, but it was fairly mild. The odor dissipated within hours, and was completely gone about a day later. We rated the Signatured Hybrid “very good” in terms of off-gassing, because the smell wasn’t as strong or persistent as that emitted from many mattresses.

Off-gassing is the result of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) being released from a manufactured product into the air. Polyfoam and memory foam are known to off-gas more than other mattress components. Since the Signature Hybrid has 8 inches of coils, it allows more airflow to help remove off-gassed VOCs more quickly than all-foam mattresses.

Pressure Relief

We evaluated the pressure relief provided by the Signature Hybrid by putting a sensory pad across the surface of the mattress that measures pressure build-up. As our sleep testers of different weights lay on the mattress, we monitored our pressure mapping tools to see if and where there were pressure points.

The Signature Hybrid provided good pressure relief for all of our sleepers, though some experienced pressure build-up around the shoulders and hips. It isn’t as pressure relieving as many all-foam mattresses, or hybrid mattresses with more conforming foam layers. Pressure relief is usually an important mattress quality for customers that experience joint pain.

Temperature Neutrality

Our internal and external testers rated the Signature Hybrid highly in terms of temperature neutrality, finding that it didn’t trap heat during the night.

Foam layers and memory foam in particular are known for trapping heat, but the Signature Hybrid includes several elements that off-set this tendency. The pocketed coil layer allows airflow through the mattress, which can cool the layers above it. Also, the Signature Hybrid has phase-change material quilted into its cover. Phase-change material reacts to body heat in a way that is designed to pull heat away from the body. Additionally, the memory foam used in the mattress is infused with gel, which is designed to sleep cooler.

Edge Support

Nest Signature Hybrid Edge Support

Our testers evaluated edge support in the Signature Hybrid by sitting on the edge of the mattress to see how much it sinks. They also lay near the edge of the bed and reported whether they experienced a sensation of “roll-off,” a problem that occurs when a mattress has poor edge support.

The Signature Hybrid performed very well in terms of edge support. Most sleepers will feel comfortable sleeping near the edge of the bed without risk of rolling off, which expands the surface area that can be used for sleeping. Hybrid mattresses often have superior edge support due to the firmness of their coil layer.

Noise

Our internal and external testers found that although the Signature Hybrid Mattress is not loud in response to weight and movement, it also isn’t a silent mattress. Most sleepers won’t be bothered by the slight sound that comes from the mattress, but light sleepers who share a bed might.

Generally, all-foam mattresses tend to be the most quiet. Coils and innersprings can squeak and creak, creating sound as people roll over or get on or off the bed.

Sex

The Signature Hybrid Mattress rates very good for sex because it is a fairly responsive mattress with strong edge support. Responsive mattresses tend to have “bounce” that facilitates movement, whereas more conforming mattresses can inhibit movement when their foam layers sink too deeply.

Strong edge support allows for full use of the mattress’ surface and makes it less likely the edge of the bed will fold or buckle, causing slippage. Although the Signature Hybrid is pretty quiet, it may make a little bit of noise during sex.

Sleeper Ratings

Now, let’s discuss the ratings we gave the Signature Hybrid Mattress.

There is no universally ideal firmness or thickness for a mattress because different people have different preferences. A sleeper’s body weight and preferred sleep position greatly influences how they perceive a mattress. For that reason, Tuck evaluated the Signature Hybrid using sleep testers of varying body weights and position preferences.

Lightweight Sleepers – Less than 130 lbs.

Nest Signature Flippable Lightweight Sleepers

Across the board, our lightweight sleep testers rated the Signature Hybrid Mattress highly. Regardless of if they sleep on their stomachs, backs, or sides, lightweight sleepers felt this mattress provides a good mix of conforming and support. Lightweight side sleepers enjoyed spinal alignment on the mattress, and lightweight back sleepers experienced adequate lumbar support.

The majority of lightweight sleepers will prefer the soft (3) mattress option, though some will prefer medium (5.5). This preference is partially related to a person’s weight, and partially related to how they want the mattress to feel. In addition to being softer, the soft mattress option is also more conforming.

Average Weight Sleepers – 130 to 230 lbs.

Nest Signature Flippable Average Weight Sleepers

Average-weight back sleepers rated the Signature Hybrid “excellent” because of the mix of support and pressure relief it provides. They experienced adequate lumbar support and didn’t develop any pressure points while lying on the mattress. Most average-weight sleepers prefer the medium (5.5) firmness option, though those toward either end of the weight range might prefer the soft (3) or firm (7.5).

Average-weight side sleepers also found comfort in the Signature Hybrid, which promoted spinal alignment in this group. Of the average-weight sleepers, those who sleep on their stomachs enjoyed the Signature Hybrid the least.

Heavyweight Sleepers – More than 230 lbs.

Nest Signature Flippable Mattress Heavyweight Sleepers

In the heavyweight group, those who prefer to sleep on their sides liked the Signature Hybrid the most. They experienced spinal alignment and a mix of support and pressure relief. Overall, heavyweight sleepers prefer the firm (7.5) option, though some sleepers in this group might prefer the medium (5.5).

Heavyweight sleepers who sleep on their backs or stomachs found the Signature Hybrid to be good, but not exceptional. Our pressure mapping tools found that heavyweight sleepers did experience a little pressure in spots, although it was nothing major that would cause pain.

Pricing and Discounts

  • Twin $899
  • Twin XL $999
  • Full $1,199
  • Queen $1,299
  • King $1,599
  • Split King (One Side) $999
  • Cal King $1,599
  • Split Cal King (One Side) $999

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How Does the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress Compare to Other Beds?


Comparing mattresses is an important part of mattress shopping. There are so many similar models available, it can be difficult to determine which mattress is the best for you. Here, we discuss the similarities and differences between the Signature Hybrid and similar mattresses.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. Nest Bedding Signature Series Flippable

The Signature Series Mattress is another offering from Nest Bedding. It differs from the Signature Hybrid in two major ways. The Signature Series Mattress is all-foam, so it doesn’t contain a pocketed coil layer like the Signature Hybrid does. This makes the Signature Series more conforming and pressure-relieving, quieter, and better at isolating motion. It also makes the bed less temperature neutral, and less strong in terms of edge support.

The second major difference is that the Signature Series mattress is flippable, allowing customers to choose between medium (5.5) and firm (7.5) firmness levels within the same bed. Customers must choose a single firmness level when purchasing the Signature Hybrid. The Signature Hybrid comes in soft (3), medium (5.5), and firm (7.5), opening up another firmness option that will appeal most to lightweight sleepers.

Read our full Nest Bedding Signature Series Mattress Review.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex

In addition to the Signature Hybrid, Nest Bedding offers a Hybrid Latex Mattress. Like the Signature Hybrid, the Hybrid Latex contains both pocketed coils and polyfoam layers. Unlike the Signature Hybrid, the Hybrid Latex also contains a 3-inch latex layer. Both mattresses are available in soft, medium, and firm firmness options, which can make it difficult for shoppers to determine which one to buy.

The Hybrid Latex Mattress costs about two hundred dollars more than the Signature Hybrid at each size, making it a less attractive option for budget-conscious shoppers. Latex is more responsive than foam, so the Hybrid Latex is a better option for sleepers who want a bouncier mattress and a stronger sensation of sleeping “on” rather than “in” the mattress. The Hybrid Latex is also a good option for eco-conscious consumers since latex is a natural material and the mattress cover is made of organic cotton and wool.

Read our full Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Mattress Review.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. Nest Bedding All Latex

Nest Bedding also offers an All Latex Mattress, which comes in soft, medium, and firm just like the Signature Hybrid. Since the All Latex Mattress is 100 percent latex, it has a very different feel than the Signature Hybrid, which contains foam layers and is somewhat conforming. Latex is responsive, so this mattress is bouncy and does not “hug” the body. The All Latex Mattress might be attractive to eco-conscious shoppers since latex is a natural material.

Price is a major differentiating factor between the All Latex and Signature Hybrid Mattresses. The All Latex Mattress is available in two options: natural latex and certified organic latex. The natural latex option costs a few hundred dollars more than the Signature Hybrid at every size. The certified organic latex options costs an average of $2,000 more at each size.

Learn more about the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress Review.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. WinkBed

The WinkBed Mattress is available in four firmness options: “soft” (4.5), “luxury firm” (6.5), “firmer” (7.5), and “plus” (8). The “luxury firm” option (6.5) is firmer than the Signature Hybrid medium (5.5). The soft option (4.5) is firmer than the soft or “plush” Signature Hybrid Mattress, which rates 3 out of 10 on the firmness scale. With differing firmness levels, the WinkBed provides three additional firmness options to customers who need something a little softer or firmer than the three Signature Hybrid firmness options.

Like the Signature Hybrid, the WinkBed is a hybrid mattress that contains both pocketed coil and polyfoam layers. Both mattresses are a mixture of responsive and conforming. The WinkBed is slighter thicker than the 13.5-inch thick Signature Hybrid at 14.5 inches. The Signature Hybrid and WinkBed fall in the same price range, though the firmer WinkBed Plus is priced separately and runs about $200 more at every size.

Read our full WinkBed Mattress Review.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. Saatva

The Saatva Mattress is a coil-on-coil innerspring mattress containing two pocketed coil layers, polyfoam, and memory foam. Like the Signature Hybrid, the Saatva comes in three firmness options: medium-soft (4), medium-firm (6), and firm (7.5). The medium-soft and medium-firm choices could be useful to sleepers who need something slightly firmer than the Signature Hybrid’s soft (3) or medium (5.5) offerings.

Both mattresses are a mix of conforming and responsive, though the Saatva feels more responsive because it has more pocketed coils and less foam. The Saatva comes in 11.5- and 14.5-inch profile options, compared to the Signature Hybrid, which measures 13.5 inches thick. The 11.5-inch thickness option falls into the average range, so customers that opt for it won’t have to purchase deep pocket sheets, which are required for the Signature Hybrid and the 14.5-inch thick Saatva.

Read our full Saatva Mattress Review.

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid vs. Brooklyn Bedding Signature

Like the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid, the Brooklyn Bedding Signature is a hybrid mattress available in three firmness levels. The firmness level of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature soft slightly varies from the Signature Hybrid soft at 3.5 compared to 3 out of 10 on the firmness scale. The firmness levels of the medium and firm options are identical across brands.

The Brooklyn Bedding Signature has a similar feel to the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid, in that it is both responsive and conforming. The Brooklyn Bedding Signature rates a bit higher at isolating motion and relieving pressure. At 11.5 inches thick, the Brooklyn Bedding Signature is an average-profile mattress that does not require deep pocket sheets.

Read our full Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Review.

 

Alexander Hybrid

Alexander Signature Series Flippable

Natural Hybrid Latex

Nest Bedding Natural All Latex Mattress

WinkBed

Saatva Mattress

Brooklyn Signature

MATTRESS TYPE HybridFoamHybridLatexInnerspringInnerspringHybrid
PRICE RANGE $1,199$1,299$1,499.00$1,799.00$1,299$1,399$999
FIRMNESS 3,5.5,7.55.5,7.53 5.5,7.55,74.5,6.5,7.54,6,7.53.5,5.5,7.5
AVAILABILITY online, in-storeonline, in-storeonline, in-storeonline, in-storeonlineonlineonline
SLEEP TRIAL Lifetime (50% exchanges after 100 nights)Lifetime (50% exchanges after 100 nights)Lifetime (50% exchanges after 100 nights)Lifetime (50% exchanges after 100 nights)120 nights180 nights120 nights
WARRANTY LENGTH LifetimeLifetimeLifetimeLifetimeLifetime15 Year, Non-prorated10 Year

Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress FAQs

  • Sleep Trial 100 nights

  • Shipping Available internationally

  • Warranty Lifetime

  • Made In USA

  • Where Can I Buy the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress?

    Nest Bedding sells their mattresses online and in Nest Bedding Showrooms located in Arizona, California, Colorado, Minnesota, New York, Texas, and Washington.

  • Where Do They Ship?

    Nest Bedding ships free to the contiguous U.S. and internationally for a fee.

  • White Glove Delivery?

    White glove delivery is available to Nest Bedding’s U.S. customers, but it might be for a fee.

  • Old Mattress Removal?

    Nest Bedding does not remove old mattresses, but will coordinate with third parties to help you arrange old mattress removal if desired.

  • Full Delivery Policy

    The delivery policy for the Nest Bedding Signature Hybrid is as follows:

    1. Nest Bedding delivers for free in the contiguous U.S.
    2. Mattresses arrive 4-8 business days after order placement.
    3. Nest Bedding constructs mattresses upon receiving orders, then ships them compressed in boxes.
    4. Nest Bedding takes 1-3 business days to build a mattress. Mattress shipping takes 1-5 business days.
    5. Nest Bedding ships via FedEx and UPS.
    6. Nest Bedding accepts international orders, but charges international customers a shipping fee.
    7. International shipping fees are calculated at checkout.
  • Trial Period and Warranty Details

    Trial Period

    Nest Bedding offers a 100-night sleep trial.

    1. The 100-night sleep trial begins once the mattress is delivered.
    2. Customers may not initiate a return until they’ve tried out their new mattress for 30 nights.
    3. Mattresses may be returned for free after 30 nights and before 100 nights.
    4. Mattresses that have been left in the box for over 30 days will be charged a 25% restocking fee at the time of return because leaving a mattress compressed may damage it.
    5. Initiate a return by emailing Nest Bedding, using their website message service, or visiting a Nest Bedding Showroom.
    6. Customers have 30 days to complete a return once they have initiated it.
    7. Nest Bedding often donates returned mattresses to charities they partner with. Customers may also choose to have the mattress disposed of or donated to a different charity instead. A mattress must be  in donatable condition for the return to be accepted. It must be clean and free from stains, tears, or “soiling odors.”
    8. Nest Bedding will arrange to have the returned mattress picked up.

    Warranty

    Nest Bedding offers both a lifetime warranty and a “lifetime comfort guarantee” on mattresses.

    Nest Bedding offers a lifetime warranty that is limited, but non-prorated.

    1. The warranty applies to the original mattress purchaser only. The warranty cannot be transferred if the mattress is resold or given away.
    2. Nest Bedding might void the warranty if the mattress is left compressed in its box for over 30 days.
    3. The warranty will be void if the mattress is not placed on a proper base. The slats in a proper base should not flex.
    4. The warranty covers defects in the mattress, including indentations over 1 inch deep and defects in the cover that didn’t result from improper use.
    5. Minor cosmetic flaws and normal wear and tear aren’t covered under the warranty.
    6. Mattress damage resulting from actions taken by the customer, children, or animals is not covered by the warranty.
    7. Allergic reactions do not allow customers to return the mattress under the warranty.
    8. Customers should email [email protected] to file a warranty claim. The email should contain their name, order number, a description of the mattress, and an image or video of the problem.
    9. Nest Bedding determines if warranty claims are valid, and if they will repair or replace the mattress.

    The lifetime comfort guarantee allows customers to save money on future Nest Bedding mattresses.

    1. Customers who have purchased a Nest Bedding mattress after 2017 may purchase new Nest Bedding mattresses at 30% off.
    2. The lifetime comfort guarantee only applies if the original mattress was not returned or exchanged, and the customer lives in the U.S.

     

Company Information

  • Customer Service

    7 of 10 Nest Bedding owner experiences show customers have a positive experience.

  • Company History

    Nest Bedding launched in 2011.

  • BBB Rating

    Nest Bedding isn’t rated by the Better Business Bureau.

  • Physical Stores

    Nest Bedding operates showrooms in Arizona, California, Colorado, Minnesota, New York, Texas, and Washington.

  • Contact Nest Bedding

    [email protected] | 1-888-992-2001 | NestBedding.com

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