Bed Buddy Reporting On: Cocoon Chill by Sealy Mattress2019-02-26T17:21:37+00:00

Project Description

Bed Buddy Reporting On: Cocoon Chill by Sealy Mattress

Our research includes a 100 consecutive sleep test, so we can say, ‘YUP, this is what we found, because we really slept on it!’

All the details

FIRMNESS 4 (Soft)

6 (Firm)

AVAILABILITY ONLINE
QUEEN PRICE $949
SLEEP TRIAL 100 NIGHT
QUEEN WEIGHT 65 lbs
SHIPPING Free
WARRANTY 10 Year Limited
TYPE FOAM
Durability 2 – Durability appears to be average for both Cocoon mattress models, but Cocoon by Sealy launched in March 2016 and the overall lifespan for these mattresses has not been fully assessed.
Motion Isolation 4 – According to owners, the Cocoon Chill absorbs and isolates motion transfer to a significant extent.
Off-gassing 2 – Like most memory foam models, Cocoon mattresses produce some off-gassing odors when unpackaged — but the smells will usually dissipate within one or two days.
Conforming 4 – Owners report that Cocoon mattresses conform very closely and relieve a fair amount of pressure; two available firmness ratings accommodate sleepers with different contouring preferences.
Sex 2 – Owners with ‘Firm’ Cocoon mattresses say they are somewhat responsive and bouncy, but the ‘Soft’ mattresses are not responsive enough for most couples.
Temperature Neutrality 3 – Despite the claims, owner experiences show the cocoon chill mattress doesn’t regulate temperature better than other all foam models.
Edge Support 1 – Cocoon by Sealy mattresses offer little to no edge support, and premature sinkage has been reported along the edges where people tend to sit.
Noise 5 – The Cocoon Chill is virtually silent when bearing weight.
Light side sleeper under 130 LBS 4
Average side sleeper between 130 LBS – 230 LBS 3
Heavy side sleeper over 230 LBS 2
Light back sleeper under 130 LBS 3
Average back sleeper between 130 LBS – 230 LBS 2
Heavy back sleeper over 230 LBS 2
Light stomach sleeper under 130 LBS 3
Average stomach sleeper between 130 LBS – 230 LBS 3
Heavy stomach sleeper over 230 LBS 3
Firmness Rating 4 (Soft)

6 (Firm)

Thickness 10″
Support Core Components Soft – 6″ Polyfoam

Firm – 8” Polyfoam

Comfort Layer Components Soft – 2″ Memory Foam and 2″ Polyfoam

Firm – 2″ Memory Foam

Cover Components Polyester and Cotton Infused with Phase-change Material (PCM)
Twin 38W” x 75L” x 10”
Twin Extra Long (XL) 38W” x 80L” x 10”
Full 54″W x 75L” x 10”
Queen 60W” x 80L” x 10”
King 76W” x 80L” x 10”
California King 72W” x 84L” x 10”
Twin $549
Twin Extra Long (XL) $599
Full $699
Queen $849
King $1,049
California King $1,049
Sleep trial 100 Nights
Refund Full
Warranty Lifetime Non-Prorated
Warranty Transfer Non-Transferable
Delivery Cocoon mattresses are compressed, vacuum sealed, and boxed for shipping
Availability Cocoon By Sealy ships mattresses anywhere in the United States.
White Glove Delivery Not Available
Old Mattress Removal Not Available
Customer Service 6 out of 10 owner experiences show customers have had a positive experience with Cocoon, irrespective of whether or not they liked their mattress.
Company History The Sealy Corporation was founded in 1881.  Cocoon by Sealy launched in March 2016.
BBB Rating Not Available
Physical Stores Not Available
Phone 1-888-818-4039
Website CocoonBySealy.com

Bed Buddy Report | Verdict |

  • Cocoon Chill mattresses offer little to no edge support, and premature sinkage has been reported along the edges where people tend to sit.
  • Average to below price-point

Pros

  • Two firmness options available
  • Excellent motion isolation
  • Premium cooling Phase Change Material available in Chill model
  • Great price point
  • Free delivery
  • Backing from reputable company (Sealy)

Cons

  • Weak edge support
  • Some potential for off-gassing

Bed Buddy Report | Findings |

Cocoon by Sealy offers two different mattress models.  The Cocoon Classic and Cocoon Chill are constructed with a comfort layer of memory foam and a support layer of polyfoam, and are available in two firmness options.  The difference between the two models is the cover.  The Classic’s cover is constructed with a blend of polyester and cotton, while the Chill is equipped with a polyester-cotton stretch-knit cover containing phase-change material (PCM) to be cool to the touch.

In my review of the Cocoon mattresses, I found that motion was really well isolated while someone was moving around on the mattress. The Phase Change Material was definitely cool to the touch which is a nice change of pace from other heat trapping foam mattresses.

Cocoon by Sealy mattresses are available in two different firmness ratings: ‘Soft,’ which corresponds to a 4 (or ‘Medium Soft’) on my 1-10 Firmness Scale; and ‘Firm,’ which corresponds to a 6 (or ‘Medium Firm’). The Cocoon Classic and Cocoon Chill share the same construction, but both models have different covers. A full breakdown of mattress layers and measurements is found in the table below.

I know everyone sleeps differently, but I recommend big sleepers going with the ‘firm’ model for the needed support while lighter sleepers go with the ‘soft’ option.

What Type of Sleeper Is Best Suited for a Cocoon Mattress?

Based on a bunch of feedback from customers of different weights and preferred sleeping positions, I’ve gathered some ratings for the Cocoon Mattress. Keep in mind they’re all subjective and their experiences won’t be the same as anyone else’s. The most important things to think about when buying a mattress is comfort and back support.

The Cocoon is clearly a good choice for side sleepers at any bigness based on both firmness options and is especially great for back sleepers. I don’t want to recommend the Cocoon’s soft option to big sleepers because the support won’t be good enough, but the firm one should be great. The Phase Change Material is cool to the touch but if the mattress is fitted with a protector and sheets, you won’t actually be able to take advantage of it.

My testing process found the Cocoon should also be great for you if…

  • You’re looking for an affordable memory foam mattress.
  • You love the feel of memory foam – sleeping more “in” than “on” a bed.
  • You tend to sleep hot and want to take advantage of phase change material
  • You sleep with a partner and want to limit the movement you feel on the bed.

Learn more about this mattress below in our full review.

We’re your Bed Buddy!!

Our mission is a simple one: We want to help you get incredible sleep, like a good sleep buddy should. And how you might ask? By not only conducting extensive research into the subject itself, but by personally testing out the thousands of mattresses on the market that claim to improve the quality of your slumber.

We really sleep on our mattress research by testing each for at least a hundred sleeps! We do not just compare features like review blogs, nor collate others’ online reviews, nor do a brief test of one to seven nights. No, our research includes a one hundred consecutive sleep test, so we can say, ‘Yup, this is what we found, because we really slept on it!’

We have no affiliation with the companies we feature, and any advertisements that appear on this website not at our discretion. They are there to keep the slumber party going. The Bed Buddy team takes incredible pride in the work we do. We hope that the reviews, news, and sleep information can help you on your personal journey for better sleep. And the job is fun – it’s not all naps! … sometimes… We love creating content that you enjoy, whether it’s on our site, or our newsletter, which you should sign up for.