Unboxing the Tochta Mattress

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Tochta is here to put a fresh spin on the bed-in-a-box trend with its customizable RV mattress. Built for the open road, this bed is unlike anything I’ve seen before, so I can’t wait to get my hands on it and see how it sleeps.

But before I can put it through my series of rigorous mattress tests, I’ve got to unbox it and let it decompress on the frame!


For over 25 years, Tochta’s been on a mission to bring luxury comfort into its customers’ trailers, RVs and campers. This means that not only are its beds built with the best materials, but they’re also able to be fully customized to the specifications of whatever sleeping space you’re trying to fill, be it a tight bunk with rounded corners or a more spacious “bedroom.”

Sleepers can select from either the Journey (described as a “3-layer basic bed”), Cortana (firm comfort) or Utopia (luxury soft) models and input the exact measurements they need. For the purpose of this review, I’m only looking at the all-foam Utopia model.

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Queen size Tochta mattress

I’ll dig into all of this and more in my full review, but wanted to give you a sneak peek at its different layers.

Comfort Layer – Built with soft gel visco memory foam, the comfort layer provides the sleeper with immediate pressure relief. While you’ll likely experience some nice contouring at the shoulders and hips as you sink into the material, you shouldn’t feel too stuck in the bed.

Bounce Layer – Up next, you’ll find a layer of latex foam. This material works to extend the compression of the top layer deeper into the mattress while also providing a bit of buoyant lift to keep you positioned on top of the bed. It’ll also help with cooling throughout the structure.

Transition Layer – Below the bounce layer lies a section of proprietary transitional foam. The main function of this layer is to gradually ease the sleeper into the firm base.

Foundation Layer – And finally, the base of the mattress, which is comprised of high-density poly foam for durability and support.


  • Customization – With Tochta’s easy step by step process on their website, this is one of the most customizable beds I’ve seen on the market. Their mattresses are great for someone in need of a very specific shape of bed.
  • Range of products – Tochta also has an incredibly wide range of products/constructions, so will likely have something to fit different sleeper’s preferences.

That’s all for now, stay on the lookout for my full review!

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Logan Block

Logan Block

Logan is the Director of Content at Sleepopolis and the main mattress man around these parts. A Buffalo native, Logan spent several years working in project management in both Boston and New York City. In his free time Logan likes walking his dog, lifting weights, and searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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One thought on “Unboxing the Tochta Mattress

  1. I’ve been reading mattress reviews for awhile. From the pressure map, it looks like it’s made for side sleepers, me. I’m not sure about keeping cool with the memory foam.

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