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How does the Zoma Mattress help you achieve better sleep?
More Body Recovery
The specialty foams in the Zoma Mattress promote deeper sleep. This lets you spend more time in the later stages of recovery.
The Zoma Mattress prevents overheating with its combination of gel memory foam and triangular cooling cutouts.
The bounce of the Reactiv™ layer helps the bed adapt to your every move. You’ll never feel stuck in the Zoma Mattress.
100-Night Sleep Trial
We offer 100 nights to test out your new mattress at home. If you decide the mattress isn’t right for you, you can return it for a full refund.
Free Shipping And Returns
We’ll ship the Zoma Mattress for free anywhere within the continental states. And if you wish to return the mattress, we’ll have you donate it to a local charity on our behalf.
Lasts A Decade Or More
Our warranty backs your mattress for a full decade. If it sags beyond ¾ of an inch during your first 10 years of ownership, we will repair or replace your mattress.
The Construction of a
Zoma Memory Foam Mattress
Zoma Memory Foam Mattress
Most memory foam mattresses contain two or three layers, with a cover encasing the foam layers for protection. All memory foam mattresses need at least two layers of foam—a top layer of memory foam for comfort, and a bottom layer of stiffer foam for support. Extra layers can make the bed more responsive to your movements or add cushion, support, and durability.
Our memory foam beds hasve a three-layer design wrapped up in a soft, breathable mattress cover
Our original Zoma Mattress is 11 inches thick. From top to bottom, the bed contains:
- 2 inches of gel memory foam. The foam has Zoma’s unique Triangulex™ technology with triangular cutouts in the shoulders and legs area. These cutouts improve the bed’s cooling and contouring features.
- The second layer is 2 inches of Reactiv™ foam, a bouncy material that enables the mattress to adapt to your movements quickly. Reactiv™ foam reduces the chances of feeling trapped in bed.
- At the bottom is 7 inches of Support+ foam, a durable material that resists sagging.
The Zoma Mattress has a medium feel that’s well-suited for side and combination sleepers.
Memory Foam Mattress Sizes and Prices
|Standard Size||Mattress Width and Height||Zoma Mattress Price|
|Twin||38 inches by 74 inches||$399|
|Twin XL||38 inches 80||$499|
|Full||54 inches by 75 inches||$599|
|Queen||60 inches by 80 inches||$699|
|King||76 inches by 80 inches||$799|
|California King||72 inches by 84 inches||$799|
|Split King||Two Mattresses, each 38 inches by 80 inches||$998|
Benefits of a Memory Foam Mattress
Excellent Motion Isolation: A memory foam mattress absorbs movement at the point of impact, preventing motion from rippling across the bed. This trait is a holdover from memory foam’s origins as a crash test material. Couples can sleep better, knowing that their movements won’t disturb their partner’s rest.
Pressure and Pain Relief: Memory foam molds to your body when you lie down. This full-body support allows the memory foam to relieve pressure points across your entire body. A memory foam mattress’s support limits the muscle and joint strain that can build up into pain.
Hugs Your Body: Memory foam reacts to pressure and heat. This sensitivity is why memory foam conforms to the body, providing a “cradling” sensation.
Perfect for All Sleeping Positions: Memory foam mattresses come in a wide range of firmnesses. You can choose a softer bed for a side sleeper or petite person, or a firmer mattress for a back, stomach, or overweight sleeper.
Keeps Out Allergens: Most mattresses collect allergens such as pollen and dust mites over time, which can trigger allergy symptoms in the morning. The density of memory foam acts as a natural deterrent, making it harder for allergens to penetrate your bed. You can also invest in a mattress protector to limit allergen build-up.
How Long Does A Memory Foam Mattress Last?
How long you can expect a memory foam mattress to last depends on the foam’s quality and density. An average memory foam mattress usually lasts about 7 years, but a high-quality model can still feel supportive and comfortable after a decade. You can extend a mattress’s lifespan by rotating it every three to six months.
We not only offer all of our mattresses with a 10-year warranty but guarantee sagging coverage for any indentations that exceed 0.75 inches. When your mattress starts to sag, it immediately affects your sleep quality, leaving you more likely to wake up sore or in pain.
Memory Foam 101
What is Memory Foam?
Memory foam, also known as viscoelastic polyurethane foam, was created in the 70s and first appeared in mattresses in the 90s. It’s a soft, responsive mater ial that works well for mattresses because it contours closely to the body and relieves pressure points.
Memory foam is made using polyurethane, a petroleum-based chemical that gives the foam its squishy feel. The chemicals in memory foam emit an off-gassing odor when opened, but the smell should dissipate after a few hours or days at most. Look for foams certified by CertiPUR-US® to ensure they contain no PBDEs, formaldehyde, mercury, lead, or other heavy metals.
Types of Memory Foam
You’ve probably noticed a large array of foams as you’ve gone mattress shopping. Note that many foams are proprietary, meaning they are unique to a brand. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean the materials in that foam are unique. Many companies use gel foam, advanced open-cell foam, and plant-based foam, to name a few.
Traditional Memory Foam
Traditional memory foam is soft, responsive, isolates motion, and virtually noiseless. It’s a favorite for sleepers with back pain, neck pain, and restless sleepers. Though memory foam has an open-cell structure, it still traps heat within the dense interior.
Traditional memory foam is the most affordable memory foam type, but if you sleep hot, consider spending a little extra for a cooling foam mattress instead.
Memory foam has a dense structure that absorbs movement and sound, but it also traps heat. To offset this problem, brands add cooling agents to the foam such as gel, charcoal, graphite, or copper. Some of these materials, such as copper and charcoal, are antibacterial, too.
Gel memory foam is the most popular cooling foam, and comes in a few varieties: swirled gel, infused, or ceramic gel beads. One is not necessarily better than the other. It just depends on your preferences and budget, since some gel foam varieties might be more expensive. Each Zoma mattress, for instance, uses infused gel memory foam in its Triangulex™ layer.
Plant-based foams were introduced to minimize the amount of petrochemicals in memory foam. A portion of the petroleum is replaced with a plant-based oil such as castor oil. Plant-based foam has minimal off-gassing odor, is more responsive than traditional memory foam, and it’s naturally cooler.
Pros and Cons of Memory Foam
|Relieves pressure buildup||Possible “stuck” feeling if support foams are poor quality or too thin|
|Contours closely||Off-gassing odor|
|Isolates motion||Traps heat|
|Noiseless||Heavy, hard to move|
Memory Foam vs. Hybrid Mattresses
Both memory foam and hybrid beds are popular mattress choices these days, but they have some key differences. In fact, memory foam and hybrid mattresses look nearly identical, but hybrid mattresses contain a pocketed coil base. Memory foam mattresses contain no coils at all.
A true hybrid mattress must contain 2-3 inches of memory or latex foam and a base of pocketed coils. “Pocketed” means each coil is wrapped or covered in a pocket of fabric, which enables each coil to react individually to movement on the surface. What does this do, exactly? It inhibits motion transfer from rippling through the mattress and waking you up. It also minimizes noise from the coils and it deters sagging. In short, it negates all the downsides of a typical innerspring mattress.
Hybrids even have the benefit of memory foam in the top comfort layer(s). Though most hybrids have more than 2-3 inches of foam, this is the minimum for a mattress to be called a “hybrid.”
Memory foam mattresses contain no coil layers. Instead, they are made entirely of foam. The top comfort layer is always memory foam. Usually this is followed by a transition layer made of a stiff poly-foam or latex foam. Then the base is a thick poly-foam or other sturdy foam.
|Hybrid Mattresses||Memory Foam Mattresses|
|2-3 inches of foam and a pocketed coil base||All foam, no coils|
|Good airflow through the coils||Limited airflow, can trap heat|
|More expensive||More affordable|
|Pressure relief from foam||Pressure relief from foam|
|Bouncy from coils||Not as bouncy, but still responsive|
|Can be more prone to sagging||Not as prone to sags (no coils)|
|Average lifespan: 7-10 years||Average lifespan: 7-10 years|
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Frequently asked questions.
What makes Zoma memory foam mattresses special?
The three-layer construction of Zoma’s memory foam mattresses ensures you get the perfect amount of comfort and support to enjoy a more restful night’s sleep. We’ve specifically engineered our mattresses with performance and recovery in mind for individuals with active lifestyles – from athletes to busy professionals and parents that just need better sleep after a long day. Plus, our materials are designed to be extra-cooling, ultra-responsive, and long-lasting, so you’ll get the mattress of your dreams at a great value that’ll help you enjoy a decade of quality sleep.
How much does a Zoma memory foam mattress cost?
Most of Zoma’s memory foam mattresses cost less than $1000, making a Zoma Mattress the perfect choice for people shopping on a budget. Specific prices for each size are:
- Twin size mattress: $399
- Twin XL size mattress: $499
- Full size mattress: $599
- Queen size mattress: $699
- King size mattress: $799
- California king size mattress: $799
- Split king size mattress: $998
Remember that our mattress prices include the physical mattress and our 100-night sleep trial and 10-year warranty.
What is Zoma’s return policy and warranty for its memory foam mattresses?
Every Zoma Mattress includes a risk-free, 100-night trial, which begins on the day that your mattress is delivered. We do require our customers to test their mattress for a minimum of 30 nights. If you decide during your sleep trial that the Zoma Mattress is not the bed for you, we will work with you on the return request and issue a refund. Please note: Returns initiated before the 30-night mark will be subject to a $99 early processing fee.
Our memory foam mattress warranty guarantees coverage for 10 years, starting the day you purchase your new mattress. We provide protection against faulty workmanship or manufacturing defects. Should your Zoma Mattress develop a visible indentation greater than 0.75 inches that isn’t caused by an unsupportive foundation, we will work with you to issue a full repair or replacement, at no cost to you.
Do you flip memory foam mattresses?
Most memory foam mattresses cannot be flipped because of their construction. The typical memory foam mattress has its support layer on the bottom and the comfort foams on top. Flipping the bed means sleeping on the mattress’s stiff support.
There are dual-sided memory foam mattresses, but many do not have the same feel on each side. Instead, one side feels firm while the other is soft. If you’re used to sleeping on one firmness, you’ll likely feel uncomfortable sleeping on the reverse side.
How many inches thick should a memory foam mattress be?
You should avoid buying a mattress that’s under 10 inches thick. A memory foam mattress thinner than 10 inches offers less durability and support. It is also less likely to contain a transition layer, which can add support, cushion, and responsiveness to a bed.
If you want to pair a new mattress with an adjustable base, the ideal thickness range is 10 to 14 inches. If a mattress is thicker than 14 inches, it may have trouble adapting to the base’s movements, which can keep the bed from feeling comfortable.
What’s the difference between a gel and memory foam mattress?
The main difference between gel memory foam and traditional memory foam is that gel foam dissipates body heat better. Some mattress makers use alternative conductive materials such as copper or graphite to replicate this cooling effect. But gel is one of the safest materials to incorporate for a cooler sleep and a quality gel foam bed has the same conforming feel and durability of a well-made memory foam mattress.
Are memory foam mattresses good for side sleepers?
A memory foam mattress is an excellent choice for a side sleeper. The material conforms well to a side sleeper’s hips and shoulders, which are “problem areas” because they bear the body’s full weight. If that pressure is not relieved, a side sleeper may wake up with sore hips, stiff shoulders, and lower back pain.
Because of its pressure and heat sensitivity, memory foam is one of the best materials for pressure relief. Memory foam mattresses also come in a wide range of firmnesses, including soft, medium-soft, or medium, all of which best suit side sleepers.
What are the disadvantages of memory foam mattresses?
Perhaps the most well-known drawback of a traditional memory foam mattress is its heat retention. The bed would absorb body heat, but the foam’s density would trap the heat instead of allowing it to escape. As the heat built up, the mattress would grow warmer and possibly disturb its occupant’s rest.
Many manufacturers have overcome this design flaw by improving the traditional memory foam formula. The most common solution is to infuse the foam with cooling additives such as gel, charcoal, copper, or graphite. Other producers replace some traditional petrochemicals with plant-based alternatives, creating a more breathable and sustainable foam.
Some owners of a new memory foam mattress complain about a sharp, chemical smell. The scent is temporary, caused by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) leftover from production. When the mattress is unboxed, these VOCs start to break down in a process known as off-gassing. The smell is a byproduct and should vanish within a few days to a week.
How do I choose a memory foam mattress?
The first step in choosing a new bed is to decide what mattress size is right for you. How much space do you and a potential partner need, and what can your bedroom comfortably accommodate? A twin to full size mattress won’t overcrowd a small space, while a queen or king size mattress can complete a master bedroom.
Then you want to consider what mattress firmness suits your sleeping position. Different firmness levels provide different mixes of support and cushion. Side sleepers should consider soft to medium memory foam mattresses for more cushion, while back and stomach sleepers should try a medium-firm to firm memory foam bed for proper support.
Choosing a mattress firmness can be complicated if you share a bed with a partner who has a different sleeping style than you do. You might want to select a medium feel mattress as a compromise or consider a split king mattress that lets each of you have a separate bed.
Once you have a rough idea of what to look for in a memory foam mattress, think about how much you want to spend on a new bed. Keep this budget in mind as you shop for mattresses that meet your criteria.
Finally, we suggest you always choose a mattress with a sleep trial, a warranty, and free shipping and returns.
Are memory foam mattresses good for back pain?
A memory foam mattress is an excellent way to relieve back pain and any other chronic pain condition. Memory foam molds to the body, providing full support and preventing the muscle strain and pressure point build-up that can cause back pain.
Just make sure you choose a memory foam bed with a firmness that suits your sleep position. If you sleep on a too-soft mattress, it can allow your spine to sink out of its neutral alignment. Conversely, lying on a too-firm mattress can raise your spine out of alignment.
Do memory foam mattresses sag?
A memory foam mattress can sag, just like any other type of mattress. It is less likely to sag than an innerspring mattress, which tends to lose its shape as its coils wear out.
While it’s possible for a mattress to sag after many years of use, a memory foam mattress can lose its shape sooner if it’s not adequately supported. A memory foam bed requires consistent support, more than a box spring or a metal rod bed frame provides. Pairing your memory foam mattress with an unsupportive foundation will likely void your warranty.
A good foundation for a memory foam mattress can have a solid or slatted base. If you choose a slatted foundation, make sure that the slats are no more than 3 inches apart and at least 0.5 inches thick. Slats that are farther apart can allow a memory foam mattress to dip between them, compromising the bed’s support.
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