On a mission to provide its customers with a healthier sleep, Happsy has developed an eco-friendly mattress crafted from wool batting, organic cotton and all-natural latex. I can’t wait to give this bed a spin, but first I’ve got to let it decompress.
So let’s unbox this bad boy and get it all set up on the frame!
The Happsy mattress is outfitted with a hybrid design, combining layers of cotton fill, latex and pocketed coils together for a sleep that aims to be as pressure-relieving as it is supportive. I should note that while the bed is pretty soft, customers do have the option of adding on an organic pillowtop for an even plusher feel.
I’ll dig into all of this and more in my full review, but wanted to give you a sneak peek at the Happsy’s different layers.
Cover – The cover is crafted out of a knit organic cotton blend, making for a super soft and cozy material. You’ll also find a thin layer of organic wool batting quilted into the cover, which produces an even more gentle hand feel. I should add that wool is also great at absorbing heat and wicking moisture, so you’re not likely to overheat while you sleep.
Comfort Layer – Directly below the batting, you’ll find a 2” layer of all-natural latex. This material has a quick response to pressure, providing the sleeper with some pleasant lift that’ll position the sleeper “on top” of the bed as opposed to “in” it. Latex is also fantastic at cooling, so this section will extend the temperature regulating properties of the top materials into the rest of the mattress.
Foundation Layer – The foundation is built with 8” of pocketed springs. This section doubles down on the bounce of the latex comfort layer, endowing the structure with its buoyant lift. I should note that since these springs are individually wrapped, they’re going to do a great job of isolating motion and encouraging airflow throughout the bed.
- Bounce – I’m guessing that the Happsy is going to be a very bouncy bed. The combination of responsive latex with its particularly tall section of pocketed coils tells me the sleeper is going to be lifted on top of the mattress and will have no trouble moving around.
- Sleeps cool – This hybrid incorporates a lot of cooling properties into its structure, including moisture-wicking wool and breathable latex in the top layers as well as a bevy of airflow pockets in the spring support system.
That’s all for now, stay on the lookout for my full review!
Logan is the content director of Sleepopolis, which means he not only reviews new mattresses every week, but also curates all the comparisons, best of pages, and video guides on the site. He takes a straightforward, honest approach to his reviews and endeavors to give viewers an objective look at each new product he tries out. Logan has perfected his method by personally testing over 200 different mattresses, so he’s not only able to discern the overall vibe of a specific bed, but to contextualize its feel within the bed-in-a-box market as a whole.
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