Warranty: 10 years
Trial Period: 120 nights
Price Range: $399-$999
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Warranty: 10 years
Trial Period: 120 nights
Price Range: $399-$999
The Mattress Nerd’s Take: The DreamFoam Copper Dreams is a memory foam mattress with a copper-graphite infusion to help sleepers stay cool. It provides excellent pressure relief for side sleepers, but it’s too soft for most stomach sleepers. Its slow response to pressure makes it a great pick for people who love a traditional memory foam feel, as well as shoppers looking for an all-foam mattress that will provide a cool sleeping experience.
The DreamFoam Copper Dreams mattress is available in two heights, and each corresponds with a unique firmness level. The 12” Copper Dreams is firm, or roughly a 7/10 on the 1-10 firmness scale, with 10 being the firmest. The 13” model is medium, or a 5/10 on the firmness scale. Both have a relatively plush feel, so neither is firm enough for stomach sleepers. The firm model is a better option for most back sleepers, and the soft model is our pick for most side sleepers.
|Body Type:||BACK SLEEPERS||STOMACH SLEEPERS||SIDE SLEEPERS|
|Lightweight (< 130 lbs):||4||2||4|
|Average weight (130 – 230 lbs):||4||2||4|
|Heavyweight (> 230 lbs):||3||1||3|
1 = Very poor, 2 = Not good, 3 = Fair, 4 = Good, 5 = Excellent
Back sleepers are typically recommended firm mattresses by sleep experts because achieving spinal alignment in this position requires an even sleeping surface. This is the case with most of our picks for best mattresses for back sleepers. However, some back sleepers enjoy a softer mattress, and if that’s you, the Copper Dreams could be a good pick. We recommend the firm version for all back sleepers, regardless of whether you’re lightweight, average-weight or heavyweight.
The bed’s top layers are too soft for lightweight, average-weight or heavyweight stomach sleepers. When on your stomach, you’re likely to feel your hips sinking down into the mattress. If they fall below your shoulders, it could cause lower back or neck pain. Neither model is a good fit for stomach sleepers of any size. But we don’t want to disappoint you! Check out our best mattresses for stomach sleepers to find the bed that’s right for you.
The memory foam layer in this mattress provides excellent relief for pressure points at the hips and shoulders in this position. This makes it a good mattress for side sleepers. You’ll notice gentle contouring around the hips and shoulders without too much sinkage, which could result in back pain. We recommend the soft comfort level (12”) for lightweight and average-weight side sleepers, and heavyweight side sleepers will do better on the firm option (13”), which has a slightly thicker core to support their body weight as they sink in.
Unless you spend the majority of the night on your side and a small portion of time on your back, this bed is not ideal for lightweight, average-weight or heavyweight combination sleepers. There are no coils to provide the bounce and mobility that this sleeper type typically enjoys for ease of changing position, and the memory foam creates the feeling that you’re sleeping “in” the bed rather than “on” it. To find a mattress that’s just right for folks who change positions throughout the night, check out our best mattresses for combination sleepers.
If you enjoy a bouncy sleeping surface, you’ll likely be better off with an innerspring mattress, hybrid mattress or latex mattress. Like most mattress models designed with memory foam, the top layer of the Copper Dreams bed has a slow response to pressure. If you like bounce and mobility, we recommend considering a hybrid mattress instead.
The mattress comes in two heights that correspond with different firmness levels (medium and firm). The 12” Copper Dreams is firm, or roughly a 7/10 on the 1-10 firmness scale, with 10 being the firmest. The 13” model is medium, or a 5/10 on the firmness scale. However, both feel soft to the touch due to the bed’s multiple layers of memory foam. You should find yourself sinking in almost immediately when you lie down, and the top layer of memory foam will contour easily around your body. These softer-than-average surfaces are an especially good fit for side sleepers, lightweight sleepers and anyone who is looking for a softer mattress.
Although the Copper Dreams mattress has multiple layers of memory foam and a traditional memory foam sensation, it doesn’t trap much heat. It has a polyester blend cover that’s cool when you place your hand on it, and the memory foam comfort layer is infused with copper and graphite. These materials conduct heat away from the body to prevent overheating. For more beds with plenty of breathability and airflow, check out our best cooling mattresses.
Like most all-foam beds, the Copper Dreams mattress has very low motion transfer. The memory foam layers absorb movement and you should not feel a partner, pet or co-sleeping child changing positions or getting in and out of bed at night. This could make the mattress a good mattress for couples.
This mattress has relatively poor edge support as it doesn’t have any features or materials to prevent roll-off or buckling at its perimeter. This means that, when you sit or sleep near the edges of the mattress, you may experience a sinking sensation. This is an important consideration for couples sharing a Full- or Queen-size bed who need to use the full surface area of the mattress to sleep comfortably.
The Copper Dreams mattress is an all-foam mattress by DreamFoam that has multiple layers of memory foam and a cooling cover. It comes in two models (13” and 12”), and both provide a viscous memory foam sensation without too much heat. The combination of the comfort layer and the contour layer of memory foam create a sinking feeling that works especially well for side sleepers, lightweight sleepers and anyone who loves memory foam. Based on the quality of the materials, we predict that the Copper Dreams will last five to seven years. That said, it comes with a 10-year warranty (see below).
Layer #1: Cover: The cover is a polyester blend with a smooth weave that’s stretchy and feels cool to the touch.
Layer #2: Comfort Layer: The memory foam comfort layer is 3” in the medium-firm model and 1.5” in the firm model. It’s infused with copper and graphite, which draws heat away from the body through conductivity to help sleepers maintain an ideal body temperature at night.
Layer #3: Contour Layer: This memory foam layer is 2” in the medium-firm model and 2.5” in the firm model, and it provides additional contouring, pressure-point relief and sinking for all sleeping positions.
Layer #4: Transition Layer: The transition layer is made of polyfoam and prevents sleepers from sinking into the firmer support core of the mattress.
Layer #5: High-Density Foundation Foam Base: The support core of the mattress is high-density polyfoam. This sturdy base supports the layers above it and provides durability and structural support to the mattress.
|Mattress Size||12” Price||13” Price||Dimensions||12″ Weight||13″ Weight|
|Twin||$399||$499||38” x 75”||50 lbs.||60 lbs.|
|Twin XL||$499||$599||38” x 80”||60 lbs.||65 lbs.|
|Full||$599||$699||53” x 75”||70 lbs.||75 lbs.|
|Queen||$699||$799||60” x 80”||90 lbs.||85 lbs.|
|King||$899||$999||76” x 80”||100 lbs.||100 lbs.|
|California King||$899||$999||72” x 84”||110 lbs.||110 lbs.|
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The DreamFoam brand is owned by Brooklyn Bedding, so all DreamFoam beds are made in the USA and ship directly from Phoenix, Arizona. Brooklyn Bedding offers free shipping in the continental USA through FedEx Ground. If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, DreamFoam mattress shipping starts at $125 per mattress. If you live in Canada, shipping starts at $250 per mattress. The all-foam Copper Dreams mattress ships as a bed-in-a-box, meaning it’s compressed, rolled, and placed in plastic wrap inside a cardboard box for delivery. After unboxing, it will take roughly 48 hours to expand to its normal shape. Keep in mind that shipping policies may vary if you order any DreamFoam Bedding mattresses from a third-party retailer like Amazon.
The DreamFoam Copper Dreams mattress comes with a 10-year warranty. The warranty protects against defects in materials and workmanship such as body impressions more than 1” deep, cracking of the foam and sagging. If you submit a warranty claim and Brooklyn Bedding decides that your mattress has a defect, the company will repair or replace your mattress. Keep in mind that your new mattress must be properly supported on a box spring, bed frame or supportive foundation for the warranty to remain valid.
All DreamFoam mattresses come with a 120-night sleep trial. Brooklyn Bedding requires customers to sleep on the mattress for at least 30 nights prior to initiating a return. This period ensures your body has time to adjust to the bed. If you’re not happy after that time window, you can return your mattress for a full refund less any shipping charges to Hawaii, Alaska or Canada or exchange the mattress.
While both the Copper Dreams and Arctic Dreams mattresses are budget-friendly, the Arctic Dreams has a firmer feel with less cushioning, making it a better choice for college students and guest bedrooms. People who struggle with aches and pains should avoid the Arctic Dreams due to its firmer-than-average feel and minimal contouring, whereas the Copper Dreams offers high quality pressure relief for side sleepers and people with pain issues.
The DreamFoam Chill Memory Foam is a gel memory foam mattress that’s available in five heights, each of which corresponds to a different firmness level. Shoppers can choose from plush, medium, medium-firm and firm versions of the bed, all of which have a top layer infused with gel swirl to prevent heat buildup. Although both the Copper Dreams and Chill Memory Foam beds are low in cost relative to other options, the Chill Memory Foam is one of DreamFoam’s most affordable beds.
The Elements Latex by DreamFoam is also available in two heights, but it comes in three firmness choices, providing a choice for practically every sleeper type. It’s also made with Talalay latex, which gives it a cooling feel like the Copper Dreams mattress but with more bounce and responsiveness. This makes it a better choice for combination sleepers and those who enjoy a mattress with great mobility.
The DreamFoam Copper Dreams and Nectar mattresses share many similarities. They are both memory foam beds with special cooling qualities, and they are both best for lightweight and average-weight back and side sleepers.
The differences lie in the price: The Nectar is more expensive because it contains higher quality materials than the DreamFoam, as well as a Forever Warranty. The DreamFoam mattress is an economy bed with a 10-year warranty.
Warning: This is a trick comparison. DreamFoam is actually made by the Brooklyn Bedding company, which created the new DreamFoam collection as a value line. DreamFoam beds are a less expensive option than the signature Brooklyn Bedding mattresses, although both are made in the U.S.
Brooklyn Bedding now offers six mattress models: five hybrid mattresses and one all-foam mattress, the Bowery. This bed is most comparable to the DreamFoam Copper Dreams, only the Bowery doesn’t have special cooling features and it’s 10” tall, compared to the Copper Dreams at 12” tall, or even 13” tall. The 12” models are comparable in price.
In the case of comparing the DreamFoam Copper Dreams to the Tuft & Needle mattress, they both are competing to be the high-value budget option. If we’re just looking at dollars and cents, the Tuft & Needle is less expensive than the Copper Dreams.
But they both are all-foam beds with special cooling features: a copper-graphite infusion for the DreamFoam and a cooling gel and graphite infusion for the Tuft & Needle. However, the T&N is firmer (7 out of 10 on the firmness scale) and more supportive than the 13” DreamFoam at a 5/10, which is best for lightweight side sleepers—unlike the T&N. The 12” DreamFoam is also around a 7/10, but we still find it to be a tad softer and pressure relieving.
The DreamFoam Copper Dreams mattress, as well as all other mattresses in the DreamFoam line, can support up to 950 lbs.
No, customers shouldn’t flip the DreamFoam Copper Dreams mattress because the mattress is designed to be layered in a specific manner. Still, you can rotate the DreamFoam mattress around every six months to ensure even distribution of pressure.
The answer is simple: You should ultimately look for a supportive bed frame that keeps the bed from sagging. A platform bed frame will work, as well as a slatted bed frame or a box spring.
As an all-foam mattress with a soft, contouring feel, the Copper Dreams by DreamFoam allows sleepers to sleep “in” the mattress rather than “on” it, which is great for side sleepers and people who like traditional memory foam beds. It also has impressive cooling technology for such an affordable mattress. In general, it’s not going to be the best new bed for stomach sleepers due to potential for sagging in the torso area, and it also provides no bounce for people who like responsive mattresses.
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Sized between a Twin and Queen mattress, Full-size mattresses have become a popular choice for solo sleepers who need a little more room in their beds.