Is DreamCloud a good cooling mattress?
Share your experience with DreamCloud's cooling features
The Sleep Judge said this about DreamCloud's cooling capabilities:
"With such a strong dependence on memory foam, I was impressed with the results of our heat transfer test. Traditional memory foam was infamous for absorbing heat. However, DreamCloud incorporated some features that keep you sleeping cool:
- The gel-infusion of the first memory foam layer works to trap body heat.
- Coil units are breathable by design.
- Latex is naturally breathable
See how it worked for yourself. I laid on my DreamCloud for a half hour in a 64-degree Fahrenheit room and observed the cooldown process using my thermal imaging camera. This takes, on average, 10 minutes, but DreamCloud cooled off in nine. I had no problem with hot sleeping, and I would expect the average person won’t have to worry about sleep interruptions due to hot sleeping with this product."
Sleepopolis rated it 4/5 stars for Cooling and said this about the foam layers, "The middle of these three layers is particularly important for the temperature regulation of the DreamCloud as it’s comprised of perforated latex foam. Latex in general is great at dissipating heat, so the addition of these small ventilations encourages even more cooling," and this about the coils, "The coils also aid in regulating temperature as the spaces between them allow for steady air flow."
No, DreamCloud does not currently provide any specifics on temperature control technology or cooling layers for their mattresses. You may want to check their FAQ page for help.
You can also check DreamCloud's homepage for more up-to-date information on any of their temperature-controlled mattresses.
More information available on DreamCloud's website.
Update: we've found 7 more hybrid mattresses stores that currently offer cooling features and 72 home & garden stores that are offering cooling features . You can also view all 72 stores that offer cooling features across all categories.