The Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress is a hybrid mattress that combines Tempur-Pedic’s signature memory foam with a layer of pocketed coils. It is designed to provide pressure relief, support, and cooling comfort.
The top layer of the Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress is made of Tempur-Pedic’s TEMPUR-CM+ material, which is a cooling memory foam that is designed to absorb and distribute heat away from the body. The middle layer of the mattress is made of a layer of pocketed coils, which provide support and bounce. The bottom layer of the mattress is made of a high-density base foam, which provides durability and stability.
The Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress is available in three firmness levels: soft, medium, and firm. It is also backed by a 10-year warranty and a 90-night sleep trial.
Here are some of the benefits of the Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress:
- Pressure relief: The TEMPUR-CM+ memory foam conforms to your body’s natural curves to provide pressure relief where you need it most.
- Support: The pocketed coils in the middle layer of the mattress provide support for all sleep positions.
- Cooling: The TEMPUR-CM+ memory foam is designed to absorb and distribute heat away from the body, keeping you cool and comfortable while you sleep.
- Durability: The high-density base foam in the bottom layer of the mattress provides durability and stability.
Overall, the Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress is a great option for anyone looking for a comfortable, supportive, and cooling mattress. It is especially well-suited for people who sleep hot or who have back pain.
However, it is important to note that the Tempur-Breeze Hybrid mattress is one of the most expensive mattresses on the market. It is also a heavy mattress, so it can be difficult to move.
Tempurpedic is synonymous with memory foam but they also have a few models with springs. The Tempur breeze hybrid is their top-of-the-line model with foams and pocket coils. Adding the coils give this mattress a unique feel that sets it apart from the rest of their lineup in that it has a slightly faster recovery and will sink in faster and provide a bit more cradling. This is a great choice for people new to memory foam mattresses that still want the familiar feel of springs
Overview of the Tempurpedic TEMPUR – breeze hybrid
Construction of the TEMPUR – breeze hybrid
Below are the construction specifications of the mattress as listed on their website. Tempurpedic doesn’t disclose the densities of their foam but it is a dense foam, denser than what you will find in most online brands. Dense foam will hold up better over time and is great for contouring and pressure relief.
11 inches high.
- Twin 38″ x 74″
- Twin Long: 38″ x 80″
- Full: 53″ x 74″
- Queen: 60″ x 80″
- King: 76″ x 80″
- Split King (2-piece): 76″ x 80″ total
- CA King: 72″ x 84″
- Split CA King (2-piece): 72″ x 84″ total
Premium knit technology cover for a superior cool-to-touch feel, with an antimicrobial treatment that protects the mattress against common allergens — such as dust mite dander and mold — helping it stay fresh
TEMPUR-ES® Comfort Layer
Softer feel works in combination with other materials to support and relax.
Original TEMPUR® Support Layer
Advanced adaptability for truly personalized comfort and support
1,000+ premium spring coils designed in-house to work with our material.
How Much Does the Tempurpedic Adapt Hybrid Cost?
Tempurpedic usually always has some sort of sale going on so make sure to check their website for the latest discounts and prices. Tempurpedic offers a 90 night trial on this mattress if you buy it from their website. This means you get to try it out for 90 nights in your house and if you aren’t happy with it, you can contact them to initiate a return. Tempurpedic asks that you try the mattress for at least 30 nights so that your body can adjust before returning. If you purchased the mattress with a free shipping discount, you may have to pay return shipping fees which is $175. While this isn’t as generous as some of the newer online brands, you are purchasing a top of the line mattress from a very reputable brand.
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My TEMPUR – breeze hybrid Findings
Most brands now offer a zippable cover but Tempurpedic really pays attention to detail. Even the zipper pulls are high quality. The cover is designed to be ultra-breathable and has a phase change cooling layer to draw heat away. Yes, other brands also have this but this cover is much higher quality and is going to last longer.
I unzipped the cover and cut into the inside to show the layers of foam. Its kind of underwhelming but don’t let that fool you. Many brands will simply color the different layers of foam as a marketing ploy. Tempur is more focused on the quality of foam and if you watch my overview view you can see that the foam has a more consistent look and feel.
There are 3 layers of foam here there’s the top comfort layer, a transition layer and the third layer is actually a foam border that goes around the mattress.
When I peel back the foam border, you can see the pocket coils inside. Less expensive mattresses do not offer a foam border and this usually will mean less edge support. Having a firm foam border means you can maximize your sleeping surface without feeling like you are going to roll off.
I typically sleep on my side unless the mattress gets too firm and my shoulders get sore. That forces me to move towards my stomach, then later, back to my side. With this mattress, I am able to sleep on my side most of the night without switching positions. Often, if your shoulder is getting sore, you should look at getting a thicker pillow to support your neck.
I really like how much this mattress sinks while still offering good support. Most hybrid mattresses will use firmer coils for support but this mattress takes a more balanced approach. The coils aren’t too firm and the foam is firmer than most hybrids but together you still get a medium-firm feel.
My Tempurpedic Breeze Hybrid Recommendation
Tempurpedic is facing a lot of competition online with the emergence of online brands. While they may not be the cheapest mattress, they are still tops in quality and durability. They also have a feel all their own that I still have not experienced being replicated. Die-hard Tempurpedic loyalists will appreciate the upgrades this mattress provides such as its cooling features and the introduction of springs that still make it feel primarily like a foam mattress but with a bit quicker contouring and more sinkage.
I recommend this mattress to existing Tempurpedic customers looking for an upgrade and for anyone who wants the best in quality from a name that started the memory foam craze.