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A Unique Hybrid Mattress
for Better Sleep
for Better Sleep
How can our Zoma Hybrid improve your sleep quality?
Triangulex™ and cooling infusions limit nighttime disturbances to boost recovery and ensure you wake feeling your best.
A Breathable Bed
The Zoma Hybrid’s cooling gels, cushioning cutouts, and pocketed coil base lower heat retention and promotes air circulation, preventing moisture and heat buildup.
Responsive and Adaptable
The hybrid’s coils and middle Reactiv™ layer lift you to prevent a “trapped” feeling and snap back quickly to absorb motion.
100-Night Sleep Trial
After you receive the Zoma Hybrid, you have 100 nights to test it risk-free. If it’s not the best mattress for you, we’ll issue a full refund.
Free Shipping And Returns
We offer free shipping anywhere within the continental U.S. And if you choose to return your mattress, we will pick it up for free.
Guaranteed for 10 Years
We’re committed to creating a mattress that lasts. That’s why we’ll replace the Zoma Hybrid for free if it develops sags beyond 0.75 inches.
How We Construct
the Zoma Hybrid Mattress
the Zoma Hybrid Mattress
A hybrid mattress combines cushioning foam layers and bouncy pocketed coils to offer a more responsive blend of comfort and support. There are a lot of beds labeled as “hybrids” because they contain more than one type of mattress material, but a true hybrid has at least 2 inches of foam in the comfort layer and a pocketed coil system below. Many hybrids also have transition layers to help the mattress adapt to your movements and increase your mattress’s support and comfort.
Our Zoma Hybrid is 12 inches tall and consists of four layers. First, are two top layers of foam, followed by the pocketed coil support core, and finished with a foam base.
The 2-inch gel memory foam comfort layer incorporates our Triangulex™ technology. We place triangular cutouts in the head and foot of the mattress for more pressure relief and airflow.
Underneath is a 2-inch layer of Reactiv™ foam. We designed this springy material to limit sinkage and prevent spinal misalignment. Reactiv™ foam’s responsiveness helps the mattress quickly regain its original shape.
The hybrid’s support core is 7 inches of pocketed coils. We encase every coil in a fabric pocket to reduce motion transfer and prevent coils from becoming noisy. Firm foams surround the coil support core for protection and edge support.
At the bottom is a 1-inch-thick foam base. This base helps the mattress maintain a stable structure, giving the coils a firm surface to push off from.
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Frequently asked questions.
What makes the Zoma Hybrid Mattress unique?
Our Zoma Hybrid Mattress is more sleep-enhancing than other hybrid options available because it contains technologies to actually promote deeper sleep and faster recovery. Triangulex™ zoned support maintains healthy alignment to limit tossing and turning and provide undisturbed recovery time. Meanwhile, gel foams wick away night sweats to keep you sleeping peacefully and prevent middle-of-the-night awakenings due to overheating. Between our support coils and contouring comfort layer, our Zoma Hybrid is fully equipped to upgrade your sleep.
Does the Zoma Hybrid need a box spring?
No, our Zoma Hybrid doesn’t require a box spring for added support and comfort. Many mattress brands no longer construct their beds with box springs in mind. Instead, modern-day mattresses are best paired with mattress foundations, platform beds, and adjustable bases. If your supportive base has slats, they should be no more than 3 inches apart.
Please note: Keeping your Zoma Hybrid on a box spring may void your warranty since box springs are known to cause damage to foam layers. We suggest our Zoma Mattress Foundation or Zoma Adjustable Bed for the best support.
Can you sleep on the Zoma Hybrid Mattress right away?
You can sleep on your Zoma Hybrid right after you’ve unboxed it and set it up on a foundation. That said, we usually recommend leaving it alone for a few hours so the bed can expand. While you won’t damage the Zoma Hybrid if you lie on it immediately after unboxing, the bed may not feel as comfortable as it will once it reaches its full shape.
Can you flip a Zoma Hybrid?
No, our hybrid mattresses have a top-to-bottom construction. Flipping our mattress would mean sleeping on our pocketed coil layer instead of our cushioning comfort foams. Doing so can also flatten the comfort layer, meaning the mattress would likely feel less comfortable and supportive when you flip it back over.
To even wear and tear and extend your bed’s lifespan, we recommend rotating the Zoma Hybrid every few months.
How often should you turn your hybrid mattress?
You should turn a mattress every three to six months. Rotating your mattress is an excellent way to even out wear and tear. Otherwise, your body tends to place pressure on only a few specific areas on your mattress.
Do hybrid mattresses sleep hot?
Hybrids are excellent for hot sleepers who need a cooling mattress. The pocketed coils that support a hybrid mattress leave room for air circulation, wicking away absorbed body heat.
Many hybrid mattresses, such as the Zoma Hybrid, contain additional cooling features. Our hybrid mattress has a top layer of gel memory foam to improve heat dispersion. There are also cutouts within the bed’s Triangulex™ technology, providing openings for air to slip through and carry off heat.
Are hybrid mattresses noisy?
Hybrid mattresses are usually quiet. Manufacturers typically encase every coil in a foam or fabric pocket to limit motion transfer and muffle any sounds the coils make as they retract under pressure.
Is a hybrid mattress better than an innerspring mattress?
While innerspring mattresses remain a popular choice, they consistently rank lower than other mattress types when it comes to owner satisfaction.
It’s easy to see why many would prefer a hybrid over an innerspring mattress. A hybrid mattress has a thicker comfort layer than a traditional innerspring mattress. This design adds cushioning and increases the bed’s pressure-relieving capabilities.
If you’re a side sleeper or a chronic pain sufferer who likes a bouncier bed, we always recommend choosing a hybrid mattress. Innerspring mattresses usually cannot offer the pressure relief you need for a good night’s rest.
What is a hybrid bed in a box?
A bed-in-a-box mattress, also known as a mattress-in-a-box, is a common staple of online mattress companies. To make it easier to ship mattresses all across the country, bed-in-a-box companies compress their mattresses using special machines to ensure the bed’s materials remain undamaged. The compressed hybrid mattress is wrapped in plastic, rolled up, and placed inside a space-saving box that’s both easier to ship and easier to maneuver than an unrolled mattress.
When you set up a hybrid bed-in-a-box mattress, you should allow at least a couple of hours for it to expand. Many mattresses take a day to reach their full shape, but it won’t damage the bed if you sleep on it a little early.
Is a hybrid mattress good for a side sleeper?
Hybrid mattresses are great for side sleepers because their design offers plenty of bouncy and pressure-relieving cushioning. Since side sleepers are prone to pressure points in the shoulders and hips, they generally find the most comfort on medium and medium-soft hybrids.
That’s not to say that a hybrid mattress can’t be a good choice for a back, stomach, or combination sleeper. They just have to look for a different firmness level than a side sleeper would:
- Back sleepers often enjoy a medium-firm to firm mattress for support. They can also consider a medium mattress with targeted back support if they want a softer mattress.
- Stomach sleepers need a firm mattress that limits sinkage. When a stomach sleeper lies on a too-soft mattress, they risk spinal misalignment and chronic back pain. Those risks are why many sleep experts advise against stomach sleeping.
- Combination sleepers usually recover best on a medium feel mattress that can support all sleeping styles. The best hybrid mattresses remain noiseless when a person moves and prevents movement from rippling across the mattress—both important features for a combination sleeper.
Are hybrid mattresses good for back pain?
A hybrid mattress is an excellent choice if you want to ease pressure on a bad back. The bed’s foam top conforms to your body for pressure relief, reducing stress on your joints and muscles. Many hybrid companies arrange a bed’s coils to provide targeted back support, lowering the chances of spinal misalignment.
What do I do with my old mattress?
Many people wonder what they can do with their old mattress after they’ve bought a new bed. If your mattress is still in good condition, you might try donating it to a local charity or shelter. If your old mattress is no longer fit to sleep on, try a web search for “mattress removal” to find junk retrieval and recycling services in your local area.
Are hybrid mattresses worth the money?
Many hesitate to buy a hybrid mattress because they often carry a high price tag—it’s common for a queen size hybrid mattress to cost between $1000 to $2000.
Hybrids are the well-crafted blend of foam and innerspring mattresses, and they require a mix of high-quality materials to produce. The more high-quality materials in a bed, the higher its price.
Is a hybrid mattress worth the investment? Many customers find a hybrid mattress improves their sleep experience, as the bed’s bouncy support and pressure relief leave sleepers feeling rejuvenated and ready to face the day. Plus, with a little research, you can find excellent hybrid mattresses at a low price—particularly if you shop online or take advantage of a big sales day. As an example, most of our hybrid mattresses cost less than $1000.
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