Are Brooklyn Bedding mattresses good for couples with a restless sleeper?
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When it comes to restless sleepers, you want to make sure your mattress prevents motion transfer. Brooklyn Bedding got a rating of Very Good (the second highest rating) for it's Motion Isolation factor from Tuck.com, who analyzed 392 reviews for their review. They said, "Due to its 4" all-foam comfort system, the Signature isolates and minimizes motion better than most hybrids."
Mattress Clarity offered a less warm review, saying, "Testing the mattress, I experienced a little bit of motion transfer. The cup was definitely affected as I moved near it. The motion isolation is about average and those who sleep with a partner may feel some motion transfer. If you sleep with a partner, this is just something to consider." They rated it 3.7/5,
Sleepopolis said, "While the 4 inch drop showed a surprisingly small amount of disturbance, the 8 and 12 inch drops showed the average amount of interference that I’d normally expect from a hybrid design. Given the bounce of the TitanFlex foam and pocketed coil system, it’s no surprise that there was some slight motion disturbance across the surface. That being said, the motion transfer is nothing major and means you probably won’t be too bothered by your partner tossing and turning at night."
This truly depends on how soundly you sleep and how much restlessness is involved...
However, Brooklyn Bedding does aim to address the issue of restless sleepers and couples.
Since they have a latex mattress, they see it as the most optimal way to reduce motion detection because of the mattresses natural qualities.
More information available on Brooklyn Bedding's website.