LinenSpa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress Review

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If you’re on a budget, you’d do well to consider the LinenSpa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress.

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This bad boy is cheap. Especially when you consider the memory foam component.

There are plenty of reasons to swap your old and trusted spring mattress for a brand new memory foam one. But there’s also something to be said for holding on to the traditional: foam doesn’t always promise the same support, it can take longer to get used to, and the difference in price-range can be daunting.


For those out there debating the pros and cons of foam versus spring, the LinenSpa memory foam hybrid mattress might be the perfect mix.

It’s a balanced combination of time-tested quality and forward-thinking sleep technology. Striking a chord between comfort and affordability, this hybrid mattress offers a good option for those looking for the benefits of both without compromising either way.

Let’s take a closer look…

LinenSpa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress: The Details

Specs

For the Queen size the details are:

  • Product Dimensions: 80 x 60 x  8 inches
  • Item Weight: 55 pounds (ships at 56 pounds)
  • Mattress Composition: 0.5” memory foam quilted into the cover, below which is a 1.5” foam layer, and a felt pad insulating the 6” steel coils beneath. 8” of mattress altogether.
  • Expansion Period: A few hours.
  • Warranty: 10 years

The LinenSpa hybrid mattress is also available in Twin, Twin XL, California King, and King-sized.

Material Composition

Oftentimes the trick with innovation is knowing how to combine the right amount of what we know has worked, and what we know will work. LinenSpa’s mattress design encompasses this concept exactly.

It starts with a soft 0.5” cover with memory foam quilted into its fabric. This is designed for immediate weight distribution and support.

The next layer is 1.5″ of foam, making for a firmer surface feel and minimizing pressure points. The combination of memory foam quilted into the cover, alongside the full foam layer, ensures a body conforming quality without any major sinking.

The 6” spring coil base provides the soft foam with extra support and, this must be said, a jolly good (and quiet) bounce.

The coils are separated from the foam layer by felt pad that insulates the springs and adds to the mattress’ durability. All of this makes for excellent ventilation, the kind rarely found in a traditionally thicker foam mattress. This also means that you’ll never wake up sweaty in the middle of the night, flipping to the cooler side of the pillow while kicking off the blankets.

And, last but not least, LinenSpa’s hybrid mattresses are CertiPUR-US certified.

In other words: both the consumer’s health, and the environment in general were kept in mind during the production of the mattress. No excessive chemicals, no heavy metals, and no PDBEs, TDCPP, or TCEP flame retardants.

LinenSpa: The Brand

LinenSpa is a relatively young company, started in 2011, but has used the past six years to grow with impressive speed. This seems to be mainly down to their mission statement: good products for an even better price.

LinenSpa doesn’t market itself by excessive branding, but seems to let their mattresses — and unwavering customer support —speak for itself.

Your mattress didn’t arrive on time? Isn’t expanding like it should? Or perhaps the support or feel isn’t what you hoped it would be?

LinenSpa makes no exceptions: any complaint, worry, or idle question is answered quickly and expertly.

So, even if you’re unsure of whether or not the product itself will be right for you, you can be sure that LinenSpa will provide the information needed in the process.

They ship fast (3-5 days), they ship smart (vacuum-sealed in a portable box), and, any and all mattress impressions over 1.5” will be covered within the 10-year warranty mark.

LinenSpa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress Review

Stand-Out Features

This is a pretty cheap mattress so it doesn’t bear all the bells and whistles of a more expensive product, but it has got some pretty unique features.

  • Innerspring and Memory Foam Hybridity: perfect for people who require the support of a spring mattress and the comfort of soft, adaptive foam.
  • Smart Shipping: we had no idea that you could compress and roll a spring mattress like you can a foam one — so easy to unpack!

The Positives

Very Cheap

The LinenSpa hybrid mattress is seriously cheap. Like, double take-worthy cheap.

Impressive for any mattress, let alone a hybrid foam one.

It’s also available in sizes from Twin to California King, so you’ll be able to get the perfect size for your needs without breaking the bank. For the quality and design you’re getting, this price range is, much like the mattress itself, surprisingly soft.

Firm and Bouncy

One of the things we love about this mattress is how firm and supportive it is, thanks to the traditional inner spring engineering.

While this may not be appealing for sleepers seeking a soft and foamy night’s sleep, heavy people and those that suffer with bad backs will likely find a lot to love about the LinenSpa Memory Foam Hybrid.

 

Plus, it has a lot of bounce — ideal for, ahem, intimate activities and, you know, bouncing on the bed. This is something that’s often lost in traditional memory foam mattresses.

Can Handle Any Weight

Also thanks to the coils, LinenSpa’s hybrid mattress is one of the few foam mattresses that is designed to take any weight.

Rather than dip or indent deeply, the firm coil base gives a great pressure-point support while the foam itself shapes to the sleeper’s form — whether you’re 150 or 250 lbs.

Any mattress that strives to accommodate the wide range of sleepers we know is out there gets a thumbs up from us.

Plus, if you do find that you permanently indent the mattress to more than 1.5″, LinenSpa will have you covered under their generous 10 year warranty.

Light and Easy Handling

Once again, thanks to the hybrid quality of the mattress, this one ships at a light 56lbs.

This means that you don’t need to call your cousins, friends, and friends’ cousins to help you lift the thing into the bedroom.

By all means, you could carry it wherever it needs to go all by yourself, open the box, and watch the quick expansion happen.

Here’s a cool video of the unboxing process in action:

Breathability

We’ve said this before, but it bears repeating: this mattress breathes very well. The layered design combined with the springs allows the air to seamlessly permeate through the mattress while still retaining that memory foam soft feel.

Again, this is a feature that’s often lost with traditional memory foam mattresses.

So if a hot bed is what’s keeping you from taking the step from spring to foam, this mattress is most certainly a good option for you!

The Negatives

Dodgy Edges

Well, nobody’s perfect.

The edges of the LinenSpa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress are not as firm as we’d like them to be: if you sit close to the edge, they have a tendency to collapse a little.

Remember that we warned you if you fall off the bed.

No Soft Comfort

While we agree with the many positive reviews that say the LinenSpa Hybrid is very comfortable, we think it’s best suited to people who require or prefer a high degree of firm support.

If you’re looking for a mattress that will get you feeling like you’re sleeping on a cloud, this is not the product for you.

That’s not to say that it’s uncomfortable or that you can feel the coils — you can’t at all thanks to the insulating felt pad laid on top of the springs — but it’s definitely very firm.

Off-Gassing

Just like with many memory foam products, this mattress needs a short period (a week, more or less) of off-gassing.

Sounds terrifying, but it’s nothing of the sort: the chemicals involved in making memory foam need a little while to air out of the mattress, which may result in an odd smell or, in rare occasions, a headache.

We’d suggest opening the window and letting it air out for a few days.

 

Overall Verdict

Overall, we think that the LinenSpa Memory Foam and InnerSpring Hybrid Mattress is a clever little thing.

It manages to combine a lot of what’s great about spring mattresses with a lot of what’s good about memory foam — and it manages to do so at a did-I-hear-that-right price range.

It won’t be perfect for everyone, especially not for those looking for the full memory foam experience, but for those who are reluctant of getting rid of the traditional coil spring bounce — and yet are looking for a softer support at night — this hybrid might just be the compromising mix you’re aiming for.

Where to Buy the LinenSpa Hybrid Mattress

Thanks to that low, low price, the LinenSpa memory foam and innerspring mattress is very popular, and can be found at a number of home stores, both in person and online.

Check these out for starters:

And, of course, it’s available on Amazon.

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