Materials: Foam and coils
Warranty: 10 years
Trial Period: 100 nights
Price Range: $995-$1,845
Materials: Foam and coils
Warranty: 10 years
Trial Period: 100 nights
Price Range: $995-$1,845
The Mattress Nerd’s Take: Tuft and Needle’s hybrid mattress is a durable, cooling option that is built to suit a wide range of sleepers. It’s an innovative bed that gives you exactly what you want in a hybrid with the combination of foam, coils and is finished off with a pillow top. The foam is infused with gel-beads to keep even the warmest sleepers cool throughout the night, and the double coil layer makes the Tuft and Needle Hybrid a very durable mattress that will last you for years to come. For other top choices, check out the best hybrid mattress choices.
|Body Type:||BACK SLEEPERS||STOMACH SLEEPERS||SIDE SLEEPERS|
|Lightweight (< 130 lbs):||4||4||3|
|Average weight (130 – 230 lbs):||5||5||4|
|Heavyweight (> 230 lbs):||4||4||4|
1 = Very poor 2 = Not good 3 = Fair 4 = Good 5 = Excellent
Back Sleepers: Back sleepers don’t need a ton of contouring so they should do fine on this mattress as well. The top layers accept weight without collapsing, so the back and hips will stay aligned if you’re on your back sleeping. For more options, check out our best mattresses for back sleepers guide. For lightweight, average-weight and heavyweight back sleepers, the Tuft & Needle Hybrid offers a great surface for pressure relief and weight distribution.
Stomach Sleepers: The best mattresses for stomach sleepers are ones that properly support your chest and shoulders and prevent your hips from sinking. The Tuft & Needle Hybrid is a medium firm mattress, which means it provides enough support to prevent sinkage and keeps the spine aligned to promote a healthy posture. It’s great for stomach sleepers of all body types.
Side Sleepers: Average-weight and heavyweight side sleepers should have plenty of contouring thanks to the quilted and foam layers on top of the thinner gauge coil layer. This allows the mattress to provide notable pressure relief. The coils allow the layers to do a better job handling weight without losing its durability. Lightweight side sleepers might not sink firmly enough into the mattress to achieve all the contouring benefits of the foam. For better pressure-relieving mattress, see our picks for the best mattress for side sleepers.
Combination Sleepers: Combination sleepers tend to move around a lot in their sleep as they try to find the most comfortable position to settle in. The Tuft & Needle Hybrid is a good mattress for combination sleepers with its bouncy responsiveness that makes it easy to change positions without disrupting your sleep. Lightweight combination sleepers who spend a lot of time on their sides might not love the bed, but average-weight and plus-size combination back and stomach sleepers should enjoy it.
If you are interested in exploring other Tuft & Needle models, check out our Tuft & Needle Mattress Comparison.
The Tuft & Needle hybrid offers a level of bouncy responsiveness that’s not over-the-top, but still helps you feel as if you’re sleeping “on” the bed rather than “in” it. It’s easy to get in and out of the mattress, and changing positions throughout the night is a breeze. If you’re a combination sleeper, you’ll love the responsiveness of this bed. For similar options, see the best innerspring mattresses that provide a bouncy surface for easy movement.
The Tuft & Needle Hybrid mattress is a medium-firm mattress (around a 6/10 on our firmness scale) thanks to the dual-coil layer inside. Most people crave a medium to medium-firm feel to their mattresses, so these levels suit a wide variety of sleepers. Still, lightweight side sleepers should consider looking for a softer mattress that cradles their pressure points. For mattresses with deeper contouring, check out the best soft mattresses.
The Tuft & Needle Hybrid has cooling features from top to bottom that give the best cooling mattresses for hot sleepers a run for their money. The mattress is manufactured with graphite and gel-beads into the top bit of foam and quilted it into a 2-inch pillow-top. The graphite and gel-beads suck heat away from your body into the open-cell structure throughout the night. The foams are also “hydrophilic,” meaning they repel moisture. If you sweat, the moisture will evaporate even on hot nights. Not to mention, individually-pocketed coils deliver extra airflow and breathability.
If you sleep with a partner or even a pet, you might have been awoken during the night at least once by your counterpart’s tossing and turning. That’s why, especially for couples, it’s important to have a bed that isolates motion. Because the mattress is made with several layers of foam and has a relatively thick, durable construction, it isolates motion well. There’s still a bit of motion transfer – after all, the metal coils used in its construction aren’t known for isolating motion – but it’s not bad at all for a hybrid bed. If motion isolation is important for you and your partner, check out the best mattress for couples.
Most beds that have a layer of pocketed coils are likely to have above-average edge support, and the Tuft & Needle Hybrid’s double layers of coils are no exception. The metal construction of the bottom portion of the bed contributes to a great edge support, so you don’t feel like you’re about to roll off the bed when you sit on the edge. To make the most of your mattress surface, see the best queen size mattresses.
The Tuft & Needle Hybrid combines three different sections of foam interspersed with two different coil layers.
Layer #1: Top Comfort Layer: The top layer closest to your body is a 1-inch breathable, open-cell foam with carbon fiber and graphite quilted with a 2-inch layer of T&N Adaptive® foam with graphite and ceramic gel beads. What you get there is a thick, soft surface to ease you to everything going on underneath.
Layer #2: Transitional Coil Layer: The second layer is a thin, 1-inch transition coil layer made of a thinner metal coil. The gauge of the coils is thinner, so it adapts to the body’s curves without making you sink into the mattress. These coils are for contouring and relieve pressure on wider body parts like the hips and shoulders. It also gives the mattress some bounce: not a crazy bounce, but a gentle one.
Layer #3: T&N Adaptive Foam: The third layer is 1 inch of T&N Adaptive foam that’s a smidge firmer. It’s more of a transition layer before you get to the second coil layer.
Layer #4: Pocketed Springs: The fourth layer, called the support layer, is made of 6 inches of pocketed springs that are reinforced along the edges for improved edge support.
Layer #5: Base Layer: The fifth layer is a 1-inch slab of base foam, a thicker density foam that holds everything else up. This enhances the mattress’ durability and adds an extra layer of thickness.
For more information on the mattress construction, check out our Memory Foam vs Hybrid.
|Twin||$995||39” X 75”||72 lbs||12 inches|
|Twin XL||$1,095||39” x 80”||77 lbs||12 inches|
|Full||$1,395||54” x 75”||94 lbs||12 inches|
|Queen||$1,695||60” x 80”||112 lbs||12 inches|
|King||$1,895||76” x 80”||138 lbs||12 inches|
|California King||$1,895||72” x 84”||138 lbs||12 inches|
The Tuft & Needle Hybrid mattresses ships as a bed-in-a-box free via FedEx Ground and are delivered within 1 to 5 business days.
The mattress comes compressed in a box. Once it arrives, place it on your foundation. Grab the ends of the plastic wrap that are tucked into the mattress roll, then pull those ends to unroll the mattress. Once you remove the rest of the plastic wrapping, the mattress will begin to inflate.
If you decide to return the mattress, you get a full refund (minus shipping fees if you shipped to Alaska or Hawaii). Tuft & Needle will remove the unwanted mattress and donate it to a charity of your choice.
Tuft & Needle offers a 100-night sleep trial for their Hybrid mattress. You must initiate your return before the 100 days have expired, but there is no minimum amount of time you need to sleep on it before you decide.
But though there’s no waiting period for the Tuft & Needle Hybrid, any mattress expert worth their salt will tell you to sleep on a new bed for at least 30 days to adapt to it, break it in and to know if it works for you.
Tuft & Needle offers you a limited 10-year warranty with the mattress purchase. “Limited” means it will cover material defects that come from defective materials or workmanship from normal usage. That’s also assuming you did not deliberately set out to ruin it, meaning you’re not abusing it.
The warranty covers visible sags greater than 3/4 of an inch in the foam layer and physical flaws in the foam that causes it to split or crack. Also, they don’t cover anything about the workmanship that causes the fabric to tear or stitches to unravel. Tuft & Needle will repair or replace the defective product if it falls under the conditions of the warranty.
Before you buy, make sure to read our Tuft & Needle Mattress Complaints.
The Leesa Hybrid is a five layer mattress, similar to the Tuft & Needle Hybrid, but with more upper foam layers for body contouring. The Leesa Hybrid is better suited for lighter sleepers, especially side sleepers, better than the Tuft & Needle Hybrid.
See our full Leesa Hybrid Mattress Review.
The T&N Hybrid differs somewhat from the all-foam Casper mattress. The Casper is known for its Zoned Support, and open-cell memory foam to prevent overheating. Casper now offers its Original mattress in a hybrid form, to provide some of the same support, cooling and responsiveness found in the T&N Hybrid.
Read our full Casper Mattress Review to learn more.
The Tuft & Needle Mint mattress has one more memory foam layer than the Tuft & Needle Original. It’s an all-foam design, which is different from the Tuft & Needle Hybrid’s foam and coil combination. The Tuft & Needle Mint includes a graphite infusion in the foam, which helps with cooling. But at the end of the day, no all-foam mattress can beat the breathability of a hybrid mattress that has coils for added airflow.
See our full Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress Review to learn more.
This Tuft & Needle mattress combines a layer of T&N proprietary foam with an innovative combination of carbon fibers and foam in a thick pillow top. There are graphite fibers that strengthen the foam, too. The double-layer of coils create bounce, relieve pressure and strengthen the support along the edges. It’s a weighty combination of features that give you an extremely durable mattress.
The mattress overall is also built to be super breathable. Coil mattresses have natural channels for air to flow through. The adaptive foam has an open-cell structure that also encourages airflow. The bed also includes graphite and gel beads that suck away heat from your body.
Still, the mattress isn’t right for everyone. It may not be plush enough for lightweight side sleepers to get completely comfortable on the mattress. But back sleepers and stomach sleepers of most weight categories should feel right at home on this hybrid bed.
Luckily, this mattress is compatible with most frames and foundations. The Tuft & Needle Hybrid can work on platform beds, box springs, slatted bed frames (as long as the slats are no more than 5” apart”, adjustable beds, and even the floor.
It can hold up to 1,000 lbs total and 500 lbs per sleeper, making this bed a good choice for a wide variety of sleepers.
There is minimal off-gassing from the Tuft & Needle Hybrid mattress, and the mattress is Greenguard Gold and Intertek certified which means they use safe materials that improve indoor air quality. You may notice a faint new foam smell when you first unbox the mattress, so Tuft & Needle suggests letting the mattress air out without sheets for a few hours prior to sleeping on the mattress since it’s been wrapped in 2 layers of plastic.
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