Polysleep Mattress Review
Polysleep Mattress Review
✔️Last updated: January 2023
|✔️ Customer Rating: 5/5|
|✔️ Mattress Advisor Score: 8.5/10|
|✔️ Type: All-Foam|
|✔️ Firmness: Medium-Firm|
|✔️ Free Shipping & Returns|
|✔️ 100-Night Sleep Trial|
|✔️ 10-Year Warranty|
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Key Takeaways: The Polysleep mattress is an affordable all-foam bed with a medium-firm feel that suits every sleeping position. It earned high marks in our tests for cooling, durability, spinal alignment, motion transfer, and edge support, making it excellent for hot sleepers and couples. Plus, it comes with free shipping and returns.
Who Is the Polysleep Mattress Best for?
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Polysleep Mattress Review Highlights
The Polysleep is a medium-firm all-foam mattress that works well for every sleeping position. We brought this mattress into the Mattress Advisor lab, so we could test it and find out what makes it stand out along with what to watch out for. Read on to see how it performed and learn if it’s the bed you’ve been dreaming of.
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Quality traits about Polysleep:
- The Polysleep is one of very few mattresses with a water-resistant cover to safeguard from spills and accidents.
- The top layer of ventilated viscoelastic hybrid foam means the Polysleep sleeps cooler than your average all-foam mattress.
- The Polysleep is excellent for couples. It earned high scores in motion isolation and edge support, helping you and your partner sleep together peacefully.
- Antimicrobial foam safeguards against dust and bacteria for a healthier sleeping experience.
We hit the highlights of the Polysleep mattress as Elizabeth goes into detail about the best aspects of the mattress based on our lab test.
We test and evaluate every mattress that comes through the Mattress Advisor lab on a 14-point evaluation that covers performance, function, and social responsibility. Take a look at how the Polysleep scored, paying close attention to the tests that matter most to you.
Learn more about our review process.
|Mattress Advisor Test||Score (Out of 10)|
⭐Total Score for the Polysleep Mattress: 8.5/10⭐
The Best and Worst Details
- Sturdy Edges: We found the Polysleep to have some pretty sturdy edges, great for sleeping or sitting along the bed’s perimeter.
- Limits Motion Transfer: The Polysleep’s all-foam construction absorbs motion so you won’t feel your partner’s every move.
- Supports Healthy Spine Alignment: The three foam layers of the Polysleep balance give and support in a way that keeps the spine properly aligned. Good body alignment can help relieve body aches and pains.
- Sleeps Cool: Many people sleep hot. The Polysleep has cooling technology that makes it cooler than most all-foam or memory foam mattresses.
- Pressure Relief: We didn’t find the Polysleep to cushion pressure points as well as many other foam beds.
- Off-Gassing: There may be a slight odor after you unbox your new mattress. This should go away in a few hours.
Motion transfer is one of the most important tests for couples to pay attention to, especially if one of you is a light sleeper or if you have different bed times. We test motion transfer in a two-part test. In the first part, we balance a glass filled with red wine on one side of the bed and see how much it moves when one of our testers tosses and turns on the other side. In the second, our testers lie on different sides of the bed and see how much movement they feel when the other partner moves around.
Take a look at our wine test video below. As you can see, there’s hardly any wiggle in the wine or the glass, earning the Polysleep a 9/10 for the first test.
When we swapped the wine glass out for another person, we were even more impressed. According to our sleep subjects, the Polysleep did a phenomenal job isolating motion. Asha even said, “I didn’t even know when he got into the bed.” They gave it a score of 9.5/10.
When combined, the Polysleep gets a 9.25 out of 10 for motion isolation.
Are you someone who sits along the edge of your mattress to get dressed or put on shoes? Or do you share your mattress with a partner or furry family member and find yourself spreading out simply to have enough space? If you said yes to either of these questions, we recommend opting for a mattress with excellent edge support.
To evaluate edge support, we conduct two real-life scenario tests. In the first, each of our testers sits on the edge of the bed and puts on their shoes, rating how stable they feel on a 1–10 scale, with 10 being the most stable. Our sleep testers found the edges of the Polysleep pretty solid, giving it a 9.5 out of 10 for the shoe test.
Next, our testers each take a turn lying on their back, stomach, and side: right against the mattress’s edge. They then rate the experience from a 1–10, with 10 meaning they feel completely secure and comfy. Both of our sleep subjects felt pretty great on the edge, earning it a score of 9.5 out of 10.
These results combined mean the Polysleep gets a 9.5/10 for edge support.
We need a mattress that cushions pressure points like the hips, lower back, and shoulders for optimal pain relief. If you’re someone who often wakes up with pain in one of these areas, you may find yourself feeling best on a pressure-relieving mattress.
To evaluate how good a mattress is when it comes to pressure relief, we use a pressure-mapping film. This film rests underneath our sleep subjects when they lie on the mattress, telling us if there are regions of high pressure which are shown as yellows and reds.
We saw lots of red in the lower back and gluteal region when one of our sleep subjects was on their back and a generous amount of red in the shoulders of the other when on their side. These results aren’t what we want to see for people with pressure-related aches and pains, which are common for side sleepers.
For a total pressure relief score, Polysleep gets a 6.75 out of 10.
How Does It Feel?
The Polysleep is a medium-firm mattress with a balanced foam feel. This means you’ll feel a bit of cushion along the top without sinking in too far, a feeling that falls between sleeping “on” and “in” the mattress. Its firmness rates at a 6 on the 1–10 firmness scale with 1 being the softest and 10 being the firmest.
Which Sleeping Position Works Best?
Side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers are all a good fit for the Polysleep mattress. Its medium-firm feel and all-foam construction deliver the level of contouring and support needed by the average sleeper, no matter their sleeping position.
However, its below-average performance on our responsiveness test leaves something to be desired for combination sleepers that frequently move at night. See our best mattress for combination sleepers page for better options.
Want to compare the Polysleep mattress to other mattresses that are great for each sleeping position? Check out our guides below.
The Polysleep’s breathable cover and top foam layer support help keep you cool over the night. This cooling technology makes the Polysleep cooler than the average foam bed, although not quite as cool as some innerspring and hybrid mattresses.
Is There a Weight Limit?
The Polysleep mattress doesn’t have a set weight limit. A general guideline is that the average all-foam bed isn’t going to offer the level of support needed by heavier people. As such, we recommend this mattress for people who weigh less than 230 pounds.
The Polysleep mattress is compatible with most firm, non-flexible surfaces. This includes a box spring, platform base, slats, adjustable bed frame, or even the floor.
The Polysleep mattress is made of three horizontal layers of foam and a vertical layer of polyurethane support foam, topped with a liquid repellent cover. All of the foams within are CertiPUR-US certified, so they’re made without harmful chemicals and have low levels of VOCs.
- Liquid-Repellent Cover: Stay cool and dry on the Polysleep’s liquid-repellent cover. The sides of the cover are made of mesh to promote breathability, while the top is designed to repel any sweat, moisture, or other liquid accidents.
- Hybrid Foam Comfort Layer: A ventilated, antimicrobial top layer helps keep sleepers cool and clean.
- Transition Layer: This supportive polyfoam serves as a buffer between the softer top layer and the high-density foam base layer. It’s designed to evenly distribute your body weight while providing comfort.
- Support Layer: Firm support foam adds durability and reinforcement while dampening motion.
- Proprietary Support Frame: The unique Polysleep support frame, made of polyurethane foam, reinforces the entire structure by keeping your mattress from collapsing when you sit on the edge.
Polysleep Mattress Sizes, Dimensions, and Pricing
|Twin||39” x 75” x 10”||41 lbs.||$750|
|Twin XL||39” x 80” x 10”||43 lbs.||$775|
|Full||54” x 75” x 10”||54 lbs.||$850|
|Queen||60” x 80” x 10”||62 lbs.||$950|
|King||76” x 80” x 10”||80 lbs.||$1,050|
|Cal King||72” x 84” x 10”||82 lbs.||$1,050|
*Prices do not reflect exclusive offers or discounts. Click below to see the best price for the Polysleep mattress.
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How Long Does It Take to Set up?
The Polysleep mattress took us just under two minutes to set up. The mattress was light and easy to maneuver. There was little to no smell and it puffed up quickly—although it didn’t take its full shape immediately. You may want to wait up to three days to sleep on it depending on how strong the odor is and how quickly it reaches its full size.
Polysleep Purchasing Information
Here’s what you can expect when you buy the Polysleep mattress.
|Delivery||Free delivery in Canada and the contiguous United States|
|Trial Period||100 nights|
|Return Policy||Free returns during sleep trial|
|Financing||Available through Klarna|
How Much Does Shipping Cost?
Polysleep ships free to people in Canada and the continental USA with a fee for shipments to Alaska or Hawaii. Your new bed should arrive in four to nine business days. You typically won’t need to sign unless you’ve requested to do so and your package will be left on your doorstep.
What Is the Trial Period?
The Polysleep mattress comes with a 100-night sleep trial with a 45-day waiting period. If, after you’ve owned the mattress for 45 days, you decide it’s not what you’d hoped it would be, you can return it for a full refund during your 100-night trial. Simply contact Polysleep’s customer service team, and they’ll help you with next steps, which includes having a local charity come to your door and pick up the mattress.
The Polysleep Mattress comes with the industry-standard 10-year limited warranty. You’re covered for 10 years should there be any damage that’s due to a defect in materials or workmanship.
Customer Service Info
There are a lot of ways to get in contact with Polysleep’s customer service team. Simply:
- Call 1-844-869-7659
- Live chat at polysleep.com
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Their business hours are Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. When we’ve contacted Polysleep during their business hours, we’ve received immediate, friendly assistance.
Can You Return the Mattress?
If you’re not in love with your Polysleep mattress, you can return it for a full refund during your 100-night trial period. Polysleep arranges for a representative to come to your home to pick up your mattress and donate it to a local charity. Polysleep asks you to give the mattress a try for at least 45 nights before initiating a return.
Is Polysleep the Best Mattress for You?
The Polysleep is an excellent all-foam mattress at an affordable price. Its medium-firm feel works well for every sleeping position and is the preferred firmness of the average sleeper. It performed well in our tests for edge support and motion isolation, which tells us that it’s a good bed for couples. It also scored highly in our spine alignment test, meaning it supports healthy posture all night long.
The performance test that the Polysleep scored the worst on was pressure relief, earning a 6.75/10. Both of our sleep testers experienced areas of high pressure. If you’re someone who experiences pain at areas that receive more pressure, such as the lower back, shoulders, and hips, you may prefer the Puffy Lux, a hybrid mattress that melted pressure away from our sleep testers’ sensitive areas.
We also recommend that plus-size sleepers look for a more supportive mattress, preferably one with innerspring coils for support and pressure relief. The Titan mattress is one of the highest scoring beds that we’ve tested that was designed specifically for heavier people.
The Polysleep vs Other All-Foam Mattresses
The Polysleep’s firmness level and price point are around average for an all-foam mattress. Because Polysleep utilizes proprietary polyurethane foams and no memory foams, it doesn’t have the hugging feel of a memory foam bed but rather a balanced feel that cushions without sinking.
In our testing, we found the Polysleep to be cooler and better at supporting healthy spine alignment when compared to the average foam bed. It also boasts sturdier edges and superb motion isolation properties, which make it excellent for couples who share the bed.
The Polysleep vs Other Polysleep Mattresses
Polysleep manufactures three mattresses: the Original, the Polysleep, and the Zephyr. Here’s how the Polysleep compares to the other mattresses.
- The Polysleep vs the Original: The Original has the same top and base layers as the Polysleep, but it doesn’t have a transitional foam layer. This makes the Original slightly firmer and not as good at cushioning pressure points. The Original is less expensive than the Polysleep.
- The Polysleep vs the Zephyr: The Zephyr is a luxury mattress with five foam layers that include zoning technology for optimal body alignment. The zoning cushions pressure points much better than the Polysleep mattress’s three foam layers. The Zephyr is also cooler, a great choice for hot sleepers. The Polysleep is less expensive and softer than the Zephyr.
Polysleep Mattress FAQs
Where are Polysleep mattresses made?
Polysleep is a Canadian company with manufacturing in Montreal, Canada.
Is it okay to leave my new mattress in its box for awhile?
Polysleep states that you can keep the bed in its box for a maximum of three months. Any longer can lead to irreversible compression that could void the sleep trial and warranty.
Is the Polysleep mattress cover fully waterproof?
No, the cover is water resistant. To balance mattress protection with cooling properties, Polysleep’s cover materials resist moisture while allowing airflow for a cool night’s sleep. If you’re worried about large accidents or spills, you may want to use a waterproof mattress cover over your new bed.
Can I wash my Polysleep mattress cover?
The cover is removable and machine washable. Just make sure that you don’t tumble dry it or it might shrink.