Nest Bedding Love Bed Mattress Unboxing – 2016 Update

After nearly a year on the market, Nest Bedding has decided to take their Love Bed and completely revamp it. As a big fan of Nest’s product line, I’m excited to see how the new Love Bed stacks up against the original model. Additionally, as the name states this mattress is designed to help spice things up in the bedroom.

Over the past couple of weeks, Nest has decided to revamp not only the Love Bed but the Alexander hybrid and Alexander Signature select as well. An updated review for the Alexander Signature has already been completed and the hybrid is soon to follow.

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Watch my updated unboxing of the Nest Bedding Love Bed below.

My Initial Thoughts

After sleeping on the newly re-designed Love Bed for a few nights, here are my initial thoughts:

  • Medium to Very Slight Firm Feel – the newly revamped Love Bed is slightly firmer than the original model, coming in at a 6.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale (10 being the most firm). The original Love Bed was closer to a 6 out of 10. Additionally, the new Love Bed is available in both medium and luxury firm with the updates made. The luxury firm Love Bed is between an 8-8.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale.
  • Good bounce & minimal motion transfer – once again, the Love Bed has a good level of bounce, which helps to improve amorous activities. Bounce on the new Love Bed is similar to the original Love Bed, however I do feel like the bounce, support, and push-back is now more consistent for a wider variety of body types and weights.
  • Quick response time – one of the biggest selling points of the original Love Bed design was the 3″ of latex foam, which was highly responsive. The new Energex foam has an equally quick level of response and feels very similar to the latex foam, just with more support.
  • Great value – priced at $799 for a Queen, the Love Bed is a great value for the money.

Be sure to check back later this week, I’ll have the full Love Bed mattress review updated.

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2 thoughts on “Nest Bedding Love Bed Mattress Unboxing – 2016 Update”

  1. Hey Sleepopolis,
    Wanted to see if you could breakdown a couple beds for me.. Was wondering how you would compare the updated Alexander Hybrid and the Voila. They seem to be somewhat similar based off what I’m reading. I’m liking all the specs of the Alexander except for the cover. I prefer the more “modern” type thinner cover as opposed to the more classic thicker type that it appears the Hybrid comes with. Not sure if that’s important enough of a reason to base my decision on so was wondering what your opinion is. I was all set to go with the Leesa but am a little worried that at 10″ it won’t be able to handle my weight so I’m rethinking my plan. Also wondering if Love bed would be a similar option as it is quite a bit cheaper than others in the king size I’m looking for?

    • Hi Russell,

      Sure thing. Both of these mattresses are very nice. For starters, the Alexander hybrid is more of a luxury mattress compared to the Voila. The quilted cover, extremely strong edges, and overall look of the mattress tends to rank higher than the Voila. That said, the Voila is still very good. If you truly want to stay away from the thicker cover, the Voila could be a great option. The Voila offers a high level of deep compression support in addition to the more basic level of support you’ll receive from the top half of the mattress. Regarding the Leesa, I typically recommend Sleepers much over 200 pounds go with a thicker mattress. Therefore, if you above above this threshold, I would most certainly recommend giving either Voila or Alexander hybrid a shot. Since you are a fan of the thinner cover, the Voila is probably a good place to start. If it doesn’t work out, then the Alexander hybrid should be next in line.

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