Brooklyn Sedona Elite Mattress Review
Brooklyn Sedona Elite Mattress Review
✔️Last updated: February 2023
|✔️ Customer Rating: 4.7/5|
|✔️ Mattress Advisor Score: 9/10|
|✔️ Type: Hybrid|
|✔️ Firmness: Medium-Firm|
|✔️ Free Shipping & Returns|
|✔️ 120-Night Sleep Trial|
|✔️ 10-Year Limited Warranty|
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Our Review: The Brooklyn Sedona Elite mattress is a medium-firm bed great for all sleep positions, especially combination sleepers. This luxury mattress has superb temperature-regulating layers for hot sleepers. With a 120-night trial period, there is virtually no risk in trying it out.
Who Is the Brooklyn Sedona Elite Mattress Best for?
|Sedona Elite is best for:||Sedona Elite may not be best for:|
Brooklyn Sedona Elite Mattress Review Highlights
Brooklyn Bedding is known for making durable mattresses for all types of sleepers right here in the USA. The Sedona Elite is their luxury mattress model, made to give you hotel-quality comfort. Find out if this bed lives up to its promise in this review. We’ll cover the pros and cons, pricing, layering, and we’ll even go over who we think this mattress works best for, so you can decide if the Brooklyn Sedona Elite is the best choice for you.
The Sedona Elite’s Best Features
- Made with advanced cooling materials, the Brooklyn Sedona Elite is a top choice for hot sleepers.
- The Sedona Elite scored very well on our responsiveness test, meaning it’s a great option for combination sleepers who frequently change positions at night.
- You get 120 nights to try out the Sedona Elite before making a full commitment—that’s almost a month longer than the industry standard trial period for bed-in-a-box mattresses.
Mattress Advisor Score
To provide the most useful and informative reviews, we’ve created a scoring system that covers crucial factors in both the shopping and sleeping experience. Check out how the Sedona Elite performed below. See our review process to learn more about the scoring.
|Mattress Advisor Test||Score (Out of 10)|
⭐Total Score for the Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Elite Mattress: 9/10⭐
Brooklyn Sedona Elite Highlights
- Edge Support: Edge support is usually a good indicator of quality. The Sedona Elite mattress offers great edge support both when you sit on the edge and when you lie there.
- Pressure Relief: Pressure relief in your mattress can be the difference between waking up refreshed and waking up in pain. The Sedona Elite offers good pressure relief for side and back sleepers and great pressure relief for stomach sleepers.
- Cooling: The Brooklyn Sedona Elite has seven layers and four of them are cooling layers, including the cover, which is cool to the touch.
- Durability: Brooklyn Bedding mattresses are custom made right here in the USA. These well-constructed mattresses are built to last their entire lifespan.
- Weight: This mattress’s weight makes unboxing and moving the mattress difficult so we recommend getting a partner to help.
- Cost: The Brooklyn Sedona Elite is a luxury hybrid mattress and is priced accordingly. However, it still is cheaper than other hybrid mattress alternatives.
- Length of Warranty: Brooklyn Bedding’s 10-year warranty meets the industry standard, but many competitors offer longer warranty policies.
A mattress’s responsiveness refers to its ability to bring you comfort instantly in each new position and allows you to change positions seamlessly.
In our responsiveness test, we found the Sedona Elite very easy to move around on. The mattress gives you medium-firm support while its surface has you sleeping “on” rather than “in” the mattress.
Spinal alignment is your mattress’s ability to provide you with proper posture as you sleep. Each position has different needs out of alignment. Side sleepers need a straight spine from neck to bottom. Stomach sleepers need a flat back that maintains the spine’s natural curve. Back sleepers need the foam contouring alongside this natural curve.
The Sedona Elite offered average spine alignment for both the side sleepers and stomach sleepers.
People who sleep with a partner or pet should look at our motion transfer test to see if they will be disturbed by their sleep partner’s movements. We test this using two different methods: a human test and a wine test.
In our human test, we take turns lying on the bed blindfolded while one of us gets in and out of bed and changes sleep positions. We then rate the movement we felt on a scale of one to 10. In the Sedona Elite human test, we gave it an 8.5.
See our top picks for the best mattresses for couples.
In our wine test, we lay a glass of wine in the place of the blindfolded tester. To see how much motion is transferred, we look to see how much the liquid in the glass moves. You’ll notice the wine sloshes a bit as I enter the bed, but barely moves after that, earning it a 9 out of 10.
What Is the Firmness Level?
The Sedona Elite is a medium-firm mattress, a 6/10 on the firmness scale. This means it should work for many average-weight sleepers by not being too soft or too firm.
What Sleeping Positions Does it Support?
- Side sleepers get decent alignment and pressure point relief, although it’s not one of our best side sleeper mattresses.
- Stomach sleepers get exceptional pressure relief, and it’s firm enough to give good alignment as a top bed for stomach sleepers.
- Back sleepers have the top layer of foam curve to meet their spines, making it a great bed for back sleepers.
- Combination sleepers should enjoy the “sweet spot” medium-firm level and the responsiveness.
There are quite a few things that make Brooklyn Sedona Elite so cool, starting with the cover. The mattress cover is a cooling panel that draws away body heat. There are two layers of gel-infused memory foam for even more cooling. Finally, the innerspring layer of individually wrapped coils gives the mattress plenty of airflow and breathability.
Check out our top picks for the best cooling mattresses.
How Much Weight Can It Support?
The Brooklyn Sedona Elite mattress can hold up to 850 lbs for a king-size mattress. This is enough to support most shapes and body types. The mattress’s thickness, coil layer, and durable construction provide support and keep it from sagging prematurely.
You do need to use a foundation or bed frame with the Sedona Elite. Brooklyn Bedding recommends you use a no-flex type of foundation. This includes box springs, platform bases, adjustable bases, and slatted foundations. For specifics on how to use these bases, especially slats, consult your warranty.
A Deep Dive Inside
Let’s open up the Brooklyn Sedona Elite and see how each layer works to deliver supportive, cooling comfort.
- Cooling Cover: Made with advanced fabric, this mattress cover is cool to the touch.
- Comfort Foam: This top layer provides comfort along with responsiveness, making it easy to toss and turn at night.
- Gel Foam: High-density gel memory foam adds a cooling element to the mattress.
- Second Layer of Gel: Another layer of gel memory foam seeks to add cooling, support, and recovery.
- Transition Foam: A transition layer makes it so that there is no disruption between the foam layers and coil system.
- Coil Layer: Up to 1,032 pocketed coils provide support and motion isolation.
- Base Foam: A high-density foam layer that gives the mattress added durability.
Brooklyn Sedona Elite Sizes and Prices
|Twin||38” x 75”||$1,249|
|Twin XL||38” x 80”||$1,549|
|Full||53” x 75”||$1,999|
|Full XL||53” x 80”||$2,399|
|Queen||60” x 80”||$2,399|
|Short Queen||60” x 75”||$2,399|
|King||76” x 80”||$2,899|
|Cal King||72” x 84”||$2,899|
|Split Cal King||36” x 84” (x2)||$1,549|
*Prices do not reflect exclusive offers or discounts. Click below to see the best price for the Brooklyn Bedding Sedona Elite mattress. For more information, check out our list of Brooklyn Bedding Mattress Coupons.
The Set-up Experience
Like all other Brooklyn Bedding mattresses, the Sedona Elite arrives in a box on your doorstep. It took us 1 minute and 54 seconds to unbox and set up the mattress. Due to its seven-layer construction, the Sedona Elite is very heavy. We recommend you ask someone to help you unbox your new mattress.
Brooklyn Bedding Company Information
|Delivery||Free shipping and delivery|
|Trial Period||120 days|
|Return Policy||Free returns|
|Financing||Available through Affirm and Katapult|
Receiving the Sedona Elite
Brooklyn Bedding mattresses are made to order, which means it can take up to 14 business days of production time and 3-7 business days of transit time after you order your mattress. This is slightly longer than other mattress companies that already have mattresses ready to ship out. All shipping is free unless you reside in Alaska or Hawaii; then your shipping fee is $125. They also ship mattresses to Canada for a $250 shipping fee.
Note: Shipping times may take longer on some items due to COVID-19.
Your 120-night sleep trial period starts when you receive your Sedona Elite mattress and lasts for almost four months. During this time, make sure this is the mattress you want to keep for years to come. If it’s not, you can return it for a full refund—it’s just that easy.
Make sure that you sleep on your bed for at least 30 nights before you make that decision to return. This allows you to break in your mattress and get a good idea of how it will feel every night.
Your Sedona Elite mattress comes with a 10-year warranty. If you happen to have any mattress defects, Brooklyn Bedding will repair or replace your Sedona Elite.
This warranty covers defects in the foam from the manufacturer or normal handling, sagging of one inch or more, and sagging not caused by your foundation.
How to Reach Customer Service
You can reach Brooklyn Bedding customer service in a few ways:
- Chat with a sleep specialist on their website.
- Call 1-888-210-8751
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Their hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends.
Brooklyn Bedding offers a completely risk-free return policy. Here’s how it works:
- Initiate a return between the 30th day you’ve owned the Sedona Elite and the 120th day of the sleep trial.
- Email customer support or fill out the contact form on their website to begin the return process.
- Brooklyn Bedding will work with you to either add a topper for additional softness, exchange it for a different Brooklyn model, or offer you a full refund for your return.
- You will be in charge of arranging for your mattress to be donated, but Brooklyn will work with you if you are having trouble.
Is Sedona Elite the Best Mattress for You?
We’ve covered a lot in this review; it’s time to summarize, so you can decide if it’s the bed of your dreams.
The Brooklyn Sedona Elite is a luxury hybrid mattress with great cooling and durability features. It has a medium-firm feel and is cool to the touch. This mattress excelled in most of our lab tests, but especially motion transfer, responsiveness, and pressure relief.
You get a 120-night trial and a 10-year warranty with purchase, plus you have the ability to adjust the firmness and exchange your mattress entirely free.
We think the Sedona Elite is the mattress for you if:
- You tend to toss and turn at night.
- You sleep hot.
- You share a bed with a partner, your child, or your pet.
We think another mattress will work better for you if:
- You’re looking for a mattress under $1,000.
- You prefer a soft mattress you can sink into.
If you think that the Sedona Elite doesn’t suit your needs, check out the next section for a Brooklyn Bedding mattress that works for you.
Compare Sedona Elite to Other Brooklyn Bedding Mattresses
- Signature Hybrid vs Sedona Elite: The Signature Hybrid mattress is Brooklyn Bedding’s first model. You can pick from three firmness options, meaning it works for most types of sleepers. The Signature offers better pressure relief and edge support while the Sedona Elite offers better motion isolation and responsiveness. Read our full Brooklyn Signature Hybrid mattress review.
- Aurora Luxe vs Sedona Elite: The Brooklyn Aurora Luxe is one of the coolest hybrid mattresses we’ve ever tested. This bed also offers three different firmness choices to sleepers, so you can pick the feel you need. Aurora Luxe has better responsiveness and alignment, and Sedona Elite has better motion isolation and pressure relief. Read our full Brooklyn Aurora Luxe mattress review.
- Bowery Hybrid vs Sedona Elite: The Bowery Hybrid is a budget hybrid mattress, great for back pain. The Bowery Hybrid is the better choice for spinal alignment, and the Sedona Elite works better for responsiveness. Read our full Bowery Hybrid mattress review.
- Bloom Hybrid vs Sedona Elite: Bloom Hybrid is a latex mattress, great for eco-friendly shoppers. This mattress is better than the Sedona Elite at offering pressure point relief to sensitive areas, but the Sedona Elite is better at isolating motion across the mattress. Read our full Bloom Hybrid mattress review.
- Spartan vs Sedona Elite: The Spartan mattress is made with athletes and active people in mind. Between the Spartan and the Sedona Elite, the Spartan wins when it comes to alignment, but Sedona Elite wins motion isolation and edge support. Read our full Spartan mattress review.
- Plank Firm vs Sedona Elite: Plank Firm is a flippable firm mattress, awesome for people who prefer sleeping on top of the mattress rather than in. Plank Firm offers superior pressure relief and alignment to the Sedona Elite, while Sedona Elite bests Spartan at edge support and motion isolation. Read our full Plank Firm mattress review.
- Titan Plus vs Sedona Elite: The Titan Plus mattress was made especially for heavier body types, and it’s best at motion isolation, alignment, and even responsiveness. Sedona Elite still wins at pressure relief and edge support. Read our full Titan Plus mattress review.
- EcoSleep Luxe vs Sedona Elite: The EcoSleep Luxe is an adjustable sustainable mattress made for those interested in buying a bed made from all-natural materials. Like the Sedona Elite, it scored high for responsiveness and cooling, but it was pretty average for motion isolation. Read our full EcoSleep Luxe mattress review.
How long can I keep the Sedona Elite in the box?
Keep your mattress in the box no longer than three weeks and rolled up no longer than 60 days. If you go past this, it can hinder your bed’s ability to expand and may impact your warranty.
Should I flip my mattress?
While flipping your mattress is a great way to extend its life, the Sedona Elite is made to be one-sided. Instead of flipping your Sedona Elite, rotate it every six to eight months.
How do I clean my mattress?
The best way to clean the Sedona Elite is to spot clean the mattress cover. Dab on some mild detergent and water, and make sure you use a mattress protector to avoid staining.