Helix Sleep offers hybrid mattresses manufactured using dual-layer covers, polyfoam comfort systems, and pocketed coil support cores fortified with polyfoam base layers. Helix Foam Mattress Review

Helix Sleep allows complete mattress customization. Purchasers are asked to complete a questionnaire that asks for their weight, height, firmness preferences, sleep position, and other options. Then based on these results, Helix Sleep will recommend one of the following six mattress models; each respective model offers a one-of-a-kind combination of support and firmness:

  • Helix Sunset: ‘Soft’ firmness, targeted cushioning, and balanced support
  • Helix Moonlight: ‘Soft’ firmness, moderate cushioning, and extra support
  • Helix Midnight: ‘Medium’ firmness, targeted cushioning, and balanced support
  • Helix Dusk: ‘Medium’ firmness, moderate cushioning, and additional support
  • Helix Twilight: ‘Firm’ firmness, targeted cushioning, and balanced support
  • Helix Dawn: ‘Firm’ firmness, moderate cushioning, and extra support

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Helix Sleep hybrids that have targeted cushioning conform closely, which makes them perfect for those who sleep on their side. While those with moderate cushioning don’t conform as much and are great for pretty much all sleep positions. Lighter individuals may feel most comfortable on models with balanced support, while individuals who weigh 130 lbs or more often prefer the variants with additional support.

Helix Sleep also markets two models with dual-firmness, the Helix Dual Balanced (with targeted cushioning and balanced support) and the Helix Dual Extra (with additional support and moderate cushioning). Both of these models have one ‘Firm’ side and one ‘Soft’ side, which makes them ideal for couples with differing tastes. Lastly, the Helix Nightfall is a hybrid developed for bigger, heavier people. This mattress has an extra layer of memory foam for optimum support.

My review of Helix Sleep mattresses discovered that the customizable aspect conforms to sleepers with a large range of firmness preferences and body types. The mattresses also have strong edge support, isolate motion transfer well, and create less noise than the normal hybrid. Helix Foam Mattress Review

Read on for my complete review of Helix Sleep mattresses, such as sleeper and performance evaluations, the company’s delivery and return policies and pretty much everything else you have to know about these mattresses.

 

Construction Helix Foam Mattress Review

All nine of the different iterations of this mattress will differ slightly in construction, but for 6 of the 9 variants, the construction will be rather similar. The 6 core models (listed above) are 10 inches tall, made up of 6 inches of individually wrapped coils and 4 inches of foam.

Helix mattresses differ in firmness and density depending on the foams used in order to attain more/less firmness and more/less support. The four unique foams utilized within Helix mattresses are memory foam, high-grade polyurethane foam, Helix Dynamic Foam, and a DuraDense Foam (aka support foam). Not all of the variants have all of the foams – some only have 3 of the 4 – but it really won’t matter much for the buyer. The foams are merely levers that Helix Sleep can pull to be able to offer nine different versions (and supposedly have a model for everybody). Helix Foam Mattress Review

Underneath, I briefly talk about the construction (materials and quality) of the average Helix mattress, the Helix Midnight.

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Cover – Originally, all Helix mattresses come with the same cover, made of 100% polyester. I found it to be thin and stretchy, allowing for some great breathability. But, if you would like something more lavish, you can opt to swap out the regular cover for the UltraCool one, which is composed of a phase-change fabric for heat regulation.

Comfort Layer – Up top, you will encounter a thick layer of memory foam. This material has a slow response to pressure, meaning you are probably going to experience some gratifying body shaping. While it might seem strange for a supposedly medium firmness bed to incorporate a memory foam comfort layer, it’s important to remember that the feeling of deep sinkage does not necessarily translate to softness; in fact, oftentimes it produces quite a firm feeling.

Transition Layer – After sinking through the comfort layer, you’ll discover a transition layer of poly foam. This layer works to suppress the sinkage of the memory foam and establish a supportive, medium firm feel as you reach the individually wrapped coils underneath.

Support Layer – Most of the mattress is made up of this section of pocketed coils. This system gives a supportive lift to the structure, working to position the sleeper “on top” of the bed, instead of “in it”. Since the coils are wrapped individually, they are also going to allow extra breathability as air flows through the spaces in the coils.

Base Layer – Lastly, you’ll discover a thin segment of high-density poly foam. This section doesn’t affect the feel of the bed too much, functioning mostly to give the individually wrapped coils something off of which to respond.

 

Firmness and Support

After having a look at the construction of the Helix mattresses, let’s talk about their varying feels and firmness levels.

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The firmness level of the Helix will differ widely depending on the version you select. The Helix Dusk and Midnight, have moderate firmness levels, which will be quite versatile and therefore best-selling. If you are more particular, however, Helix Sleep would be happy to provide you with additional choices.

Laying down on the Midnight, the memory foam comfort layer feels soft and produces some quality body shaping, while the other materials within the mattress work to counteract this and make an overall firmer structure. The firmer support foams and individually-wrapped coils also assist with re-positioning.

For back sleepers, there’s just enough good comfort material here to conform to your lumbar while supporting your whole upper spine in a neutral position. For larger sleepers or people who prefer a firmer bed, there are two more options for you in the Helix Twilight and Helix Dawn variants.

Most side sleepers should feel perfectly comfortable on the Midnight, but, if you are wanting less pressure while still going with a versatile medium firmness, you might decide to check out the Helix Dusk, which utilizes a body-conforming latex-alternative foam that is breathable and gives the surface a little bit of bounce.

Those who sleep on their side typically have to be mindful of pressure since they sleep with most of their weight on a tinier area. Those who are smaller than average or people in the market for a lot of pressure relief may want to stay with the plusher models.

Those who sleep on their stomach should feel comfortable in the Midnight, especially if this isn’t their primary position or they tend to switch things up a lot. Firmer mattresses might be preferable for exclusive stomach sleepers so they can make sure their hips don’t dip and over-arch their back.

Lastly, Helix Sleep recommends Helix mattresses for sleepers up to 350 lbs or partners who weigh a maximum of 250 lbs each. In the event you or your partner are substantially bigger than average, the company has also produced a bed called the Nightfall that is made to accommodate a combined weight of 1000 lbs.

Partners with differing body types or preferences may also select a dual comfort variant that pairs Firm with Plush.

Bear in mind that if none of these models seem quite right, you may always have a look at the 4 other beds in the new collection: the Sunset (plush, softer compared to the Moonlight), Dusk (medium feel, a little firmer than the Midnight), Twilight (firm, made for side sleepers), or Dawn (the firmest mattress in the line).

 

Motion Transfer

Next up, let us talk about motion transfer, or the amount of disturbance that’s noticeable from 1 side of the bed to the other. While this will be important for all sleepers, those who doze with a spouse may find it particularly interesting as it will illuminate just how bothered you may be by your bed mate’s nighttime movements. Helix Foam Mattress Review

According to my research, Helix exceeds expectations for hybrids in this space due to the amount and quality of foam it incorporates, in addition to the pocketed coils that help keep motion at its source. If you’re a light sleeper concerned that movement from the opposite side of the mattress will bother you, you shouldn’t have much concern with this mattress. I’d say that all of the Helix mattresses are a good choice for couples.

 

Sinkage

While purchasing a new mattress, the majority of men and women would like to know whether they’ll feel as though they’re sinking “into” the mattress or laying “on top” of it.

Even though you may encounter some immediate sinkage from the soft foam on top, when you sink through those layers, you will find the pocketed coils and feel great support. This combination will appeal to a wide range of sleepers, but will satisfy stomach and back sleepers in particular.

 

Edge Support

While I do feel the foam collapse as I sit close to the edge of the mattress, the individually-wrapped coils prevent the mattress from compressing too much beyond that. I feel very secured sitting on the bed.

In my view, Helix mattresses are well above average for edge support in comparison to other bed-in-a-box brands, and this is because of their recently updated edges that contain reinforcement in the coil system. There may be some compression at the comfort foams when you sit with your entire weight on the side, but laying on the side will feel comfy and safe. Partners who want more space to stretch out normally love strong edges.

Lying down, I also feel like I can get close to the edge of the mattress without feeling like I’ll fall off or be pushed off the mattress. Overall, I think the Helix has great edge support.

 

100 Night Sleep Trial

Among the best features of buying a bed-in-a-box online is the sleep trials that they usually come with. Helix is not any different. You create the mattress that is meant for you, place your order, and in 2 weeks, it is sent to your door. From the minute you click to purchase the mattress, you have 100 nights to test it out (minus the time for delivery, so it’s more like 90 nights). If it is not what you wanted, you can return it free of charge, and receive a complete refund.

Should you return the mattress, it isn’t resold or restocked. In fact, the company does its best to find a local place to donate it. If there’s no way the company can find a way to donate your refunded mattress, they have it recycled instead. Helix Foam Mattress Review

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Helix Warranty

Helix offers a generous 10-year guarantee that covers flaws, but it has some limitations, exceptions, and the burden of proof is on the purchaser (like most guarantees ). Of course, you must be the original owner of the mattress to make use of the guarantee, and you need to be sure you keep your receipt as proof of purchase.

Provided that you follow all the manufacturer’s expectations for use, your warranty is valid. That means you will need to use a proper foundation (no adjustable bed frames or slats more than 4 inches apart) and you don’t use the Helix improperly – no jumping on it!

If your mattress starts to show an indentation of 1” or longer, something that typically happens when low-density foams break down, you could be eligible for a replacement or repair of your Helix.

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Helix Mattress: Pricing

If you are certain that a Helix mattress is excellent for you, you will find the pricing and size information beneath. However, please bear in mind that these prices reflect standard pricing, and does not consider my special discount. Click here to get my special discount and receive up to $125 off your mattress now.

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Helix Sleep mattresses vary from $600 to $1,440.

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What’s The Best Way To Care For Your Helix?

Helix mattresses need no turning, but it is recommended that you rotate the mattress perhaps a couple of times a year to keep it from wearing down from excessive sagging.

For regular cleanup, it’s advised to use cool water along gentle dish detergent to clean any dirt or stains. Make sure to wash using soft circular motions, rather than rubbing.

 

Final Thoughts Helix Foam Mattress Review

If you’re searching for a mattress and aren’t quite sure what feel that you need, Helix’s quiz and Color Match system may be the key to finding your very best sleep with little hassle. Their amazing system, which relies on expert sentiment and artificial intelligence, was created to improve their customer’s sleep by providing a better match. Helix Foam Mattress Review

The features of this mattress were thoughtfully constructed to provide options whether you were looking for a mattress that stays cool all night, in the event that you wanted one to cradle your shape with a thick comfort system, or both! The coil unit should provide amazing edge support and motion transfer is minimal with their individually-wrapped construction.

Hopefully, I’ve given you some idea of what the typical sleeper can expect from this mattress, but it truly does provide an impressive assortment of customization with a choice for literally every particular need or desire. Your next best sleep may just be a short online quiz away.

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