Is Brooklyn Bedding a good cooling mattress?
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Tuck.com gave Brooklyn Bedding a rating of Very Good (the second highest rating) for Temperature Neutrality, saying, "Good airflow throughout the coil layer allows the Signature to sleep cool and comfortable for most."
Over at Mattress Clarity, they rated Brooklyn Bedding's "Doesn't Sleep Hot" factor as 4.2/5, and supported this by saying, "The TitanFlex promotes cooling and the coils are great for airflow. You shouldn’t be sleeping hot on the Signature."
Sleepopolis came to a similar conclusion, saying, "The proprietary TitanFlex foam in the comfort and transition layers helps to keep the mattress cool while the individually wrapped coils encourage air flow throughout the structure."
Yes, indeed. One of Brooklyn Bedding's biggest goals is to craft and offer a truly cool mattress.
That's why the materials selected for the mattress include things such as TitanFlex Foam and a breathable top mattress cover. The cover feels like a cloud, but is quilted and breathable.
The TitanFlex is a mix of titanium beeds and TitaniumGel which work together to dissipate body heat, inhibiting heat from getting trapped.
The cooling technology is definitely in place and Brooklyn Bedding is dedicated to bringing it in various sizes and firmness levels.
More information available on Brooklyn Bedding's website.