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Emma Hybrid Review

Unlike foam mattresses, Emma Hybrid beds use a combination of both memory foam and pocket springs to create a comfortable, supportive sleeping surface. This makes them better suited to people of different weights and sleeping positions, including back sleepers and side sleepers who need targeted pressure relief. They also have better edge support than memory foam mattresses. However, like foam mattresses Emma Hybrid review, hybrids can suffer from sagging over time. Fortunately, Emma’s hybrid mattress has a unique design to prevent this and they offer a 10-year limited warranty against faulty materials or workmanship.

The Emma Hybrid is a great option for couples, especially those who share a larger bed or want to minimise disruption to their partner’s rest. It has an excellent motion isolation rating, which means that you’ll be able to sleep uninterrupted even if your partner moves around during the night. It’s also a good choice for light sleepers (under 130 lb), as it limits movement transfer so you won’t feel your partner tossing and turning.

This mattress is a little taller than some bed-in-a-box options, but it’s still relatively compact and easy to transport. It’s also a perfect height for box spring or divan bases, and it will look very nice on an Emma Original or Otty divan base.

As with all Emma mattresses, the Hybrid comes with a risk-free, 200-night home trial that starts when you receive your mattress. You can return it for a refund within this period if you’re not satisfied. This is not the longest trial period out there, but it’s certainly competitive and gives you plenty of time to get used to the Emma Hybrid.

The Hybrid has five layers, starting with a breathable and washable Emma original top cover. Next is a layer of temperature-regulating and moisture-wicking Airgocell open-cell foam, then 20mm of pressure-relieving visco-elastic memory foam and finally the pocket spring layer. The springs are in a zoned system, which helps tailor support to key pressure points.

All of these layers are wrapped in a thick and stretchy cotton blend fabric. This keeps the mattress cool and reduces heat retention, making it a good choice for hot sleepers. However, like many hybrids, it’s not as cool as foam mattresses, particularly when you’re a heavier sleeper.

The Hybrid is a little pricier than the Original, with prices starting at PS699 for a single and rising to PS1,059 for a king. Nonetheless, it’s a well-rounded and robust mattress that offers great value for money. It’s also one of the most responsive hybrid beds we’ve tested, which is ideal for combination sleepers who need a bit more lift and support than standard foam mattresses. However, like all hybrids and memory foams, the Hybrid can become too warm for some people, so be sure to consider a light duvet if you’re worried about this.