Helix Sleep markets hybrid mattresses made using dual-layer covers, polyfoam comfort systems, and pocketed coil support cores enhanced using polyfoam base layers. Helix Mattress Protector Review

Helix Sleep offers complete mattress customization. Purchasers are urged to fill out a survey that discusses their weight, height, sleep position, firmness preferences, and other options. Then based on these results, Helix Sleep will recommend one of the following 6 mattress options; each respective option gives 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 additional support

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

Helix Sleep also markets 2 models with dual-firmness, the Helix Dual Balanced (with balanced support and targeted cushioning) and the Helix Dual Extra (with moderate cushioning and additional support). Both of these models have one ‘Firm’ side and one ‘Soft’ side, making them suitable for couples with different preferences. Lastly, the Helix Nightfall is a hybrid designed for larger, heavier individuals. This mattress has an additional layer of memory foam for maximum support.

My review of Helix Sleep mattresses found that the customizable selection conforms to sleepers with a wide range of firmness preferences and body types. The mattresses also provide strong edge support, isolate motion transfer nicely, and create less noise than the average hybrid. Helix Mattress Protector Review

Keep reading for my complete review of Helix mattresses, such as sleeper and performance evaluations, the company’s delivery and return policies and pretty much everything else you should know about these mattresses.

 

Construction Helix Mattress Protector Review

All 9 of the various iterations of this mattress will differ slightly in construction, but for 6 of the 9 models, the construction will be rather similar. The 6 core models (listed above) are 10 inches tall, composed of 6 inches of pocketed coils and 4 inches of foam.

Helix mattresses differ in density and firmness depending on the foams utilized in order to get more/less support and more/less firmness. The 4 different foams utilized within Helix mattresses are high-grade polyurethane foam, memory foam, Helix Dynamic Foam, and a DuraDense Foam (aka support foam). Not all of the models have all the foams – some just have 3 of the 4 – but it really shouldn’t matter much for the buyer. The foams are merely levers that Helix Sleep can pull in order to offer 9 different versions (and supposedly have a model for everyone). Helix Mattress Protector Review

Underneath, I quickly discuss 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 percent polyester. I thought it to be thin and stretchy, allowing for some nice breathability. However, if you would like something more lavish, you can choose to swap out the normal cover for the brand’s UltraCool one, which is composed of a phase change material for heat regulation.

Comfort Layer – Up top, you’ll discover a thick layer of memory foam. This material has a slow reaction to pressure, meaning you are probably going to encounter some gratifying body shaping. While it might seem odd for a supposedly medium firmness bed to make use of a memory foam comfort layer, it’s important to remember that the existence of deep sinkage doesn’t always translate to softness; in actuality, oftentimes it generates quite a firm feeling.

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

Support Layer – Most of the mattress is made up of this segment of individually wrapped coils. This system gives a supportive lift to the construction, working to put the sleeper “on top” of the bed, instead of “in it”. Because the coils are individually wrapped, they are also likely to give additional breathability as air flows in between the spaces in the coils.

Base Layer – Lastly, you’ll discover a thin segment of high-density poly foam. This segment doesn’t really affect the feel of the bed too much, working mostly to give the pocketed coils something off of which to react.

 

Firmness and Support

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

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The firmness level of the Helix is going to differ widely depending on the model you select. The Helix Dusk and Midnight, have moderate firmness levels, which tends to be quite versatile and therefore exceptionally popular. If you have more specific needs, however, Helix Sleep will be happy to provide you with more choices.

Laying down on the Midnight, the uppermost foam layer is soft and generates some quality body contouring, while the rest of the materials within the Midnight work to counteract this and make an overall firmer structure. The pocketed coils and the firmer support foams also help with re-positioning.

For those who sleep on their back, there is enough good comfort material in the Helix Midnight to conform to your lumbar while supporting your whole upper spine in a neutral position. For heavier sleepers or people who want a firmer mattress, there are two more choices for you in the Helix Twilight and Helix Dawn variants.

Most side sleepers should feel totally comfortable on the Midnight, but, if you’re needing less pressure while still going with a versatile medium firmness, you might decide to take a look at the Helix Dusk, which uses a body-conforming latex-alternative foam that’s breathable and gives the surface a little bit of bounce.

Those who sleep on their side typically have to be more mindful of pressure since they sleep with all their weight on a smaller area. Those who are smaller than average or those looking for a lot of pressure relief might want to stay with the plusher models.

Stomach sleepers should feel supported in the Midnight, especially if this isn’t their main position or they tend to switch things up a lot. Firmer choices might be preferable for exclusive tummy sleepers so they can make sure their hips do not dip and over-arch their spine.

Finally, Helix Sleep recommends Helix mattresses for sleepers around 350 pounds or partners that weigh a maximum of 250 lbs each. If you or your spouse are substantially bigger than average, Helix has also created a mattress called the Nightfall that is built to accommodate a combined weight of 1000 pounds.

Partners with differing types of bodies or preferences may also pick a dual comfort option that pairs Firm with Plush.

Bear in mind that if none of those options seem right, you could always have a look at the 4 other beds in the newest collection: the Sunset (plush, softer compared to the Moonlight), Dusk (medium feel, a little firmer compared to the Midnight), Twilight (firm, designed for side sleepers), or Dawn (the firmest mattress in the line).

 

Motion Transfer

Now, let’s talk about motion transfer, or the amount of disturbance that is detectable from one side of the bed to the other. While this is going to be crucial for all people, 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 Mattress Protector Review

Based on my observation, Helix Sleep surpasses expectations for hybrids in this space due to the amount and quality of foam it contains, as well as the individually wrapped coils that help trap motion at its source. If you’re a light sleeper afraid that movement from the other side of the bed will wake you, then you shouldn’t have a lot of concern with this mattress. I’d say that all of the Helix mattresses would be a good option for couples.

 

Sinkage

When purchasing a brand-new mattress, the majority of individuals wish to know whether they will feel as though they are sinking “into” the mattress or laying “on top” of it.

While you may encounter some immediate sinkage in the soft foam at the top, when you sink through these layers, you’ll hit the pocketed coils and experience great support. This combo will appeal to a wide assortment of individuals, but will satisfy stomach and back sleepers the most.

 

Edge Support

While I do feel the memory foam compress as I sit close to the edge of the mattress, the pocketed coils stop the mattress from collapsing too much beyond that. I feel very secured sitting on the mattress.

In my opinion, Helix mattresses perform above average when it comes to edge support compared to other bed-in-a-box brands, and this is due to their recently updated edges that contain reinforcement in the coil system. There may be a little compression at the comfort foams when you sit with your entire weight on the side, but lying on the side will feel comfy and safe. Partners who want more space to stretch out typically appreciate strong edges.

Laying down, I also feel like I can get close to the edge of the mattress without feeling like I will roll off or be ejected from the bed. Overall, I think that 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 they usually include. Helix Mattress is no different. You customize the mattress that’s made for you, place your order, and in two weeks, it is delivered to your home. From the minute you click to order the mattress, you have 100 nights to check it out (minus the time for delivery, so it’s more like 90 nights). If it isn’t ideal, you can return it free of charge, and receive a full refund.

If you do return the mattress, it is not restocked or resold. Actually, the company finds a local place to donate it. If there’s no way Helix can find a way to donate your returned mattress, it’s recycled instead. Helix Mattress Protector Review

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Helix Warranty

Helix Sleep offers a generous 10-year guarantee that covers defects, but it comes with a few limitations, exceptions, while the burden of proof is on the customer (like most warranties). Needless to say, you should be the first owner of the mattress to make use of the guarantee, and you need to be sure you save your receipt as proof of purchase.

As long as you follow all of Helix’s expectations for use, your warranty should be valid. That means you will need to have a suitable base (no adjustable bed frames or slats over 4” apart) and that you don’t use the Helix improperly – no jumping on the bed!

If your Helix starts to have an indentation of 1” or more, which is what typically happens when low-density foams break down, then you could be eligible for a replacement or repair of your mattress.

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Helix Mattress: Pricing

If you’re sure that a Helix mattress is perfect for you, you will see the pricing and size information below. However, please bear in mind that these prices indicate standard pricing, and doesn’t consider my special promo. Click here to receive my special promo and receive up to $125 off your mattress now.

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

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

Helix mattresses need no flipping, but it’s suggested that you rotate the mattress possibly once or twice a year to keep it from wearing down from excessive sagging.

For regular cleanup, it’s advised to use cool water along gentle dish soap to clean any dirt or stains. Make certain to wash using soft circular motions, instead of rubbing.

 

Final Thoughts Helix Mattress Protector Review

If you’re shopping for a mattress and aren’t quite sure what feel that you need, Helix’s Color Match system and quiz may be the secret to unlocking your very best sleep with little hassle. Their awesome system, which relies on expert opinions and AI, was designed to improve their customer’s sleep by providing a better match. Helix Mattress Protector Review

The attributes of the Helix were thoughtfully constructed to provide choices whether you were looking for a mattress that keeps cool all night, in the event that you needed one to support your curves with a thick comfort system, or both! The reinforced coil unit should offer amazing edge support and movement transfer is minimal with their individually-wrapped structure.

I hope that I’ve provided you some idea of what the average sleeper can expect from this mattress, but it does offer a sensational range of customization with an option for literally every particular desire or need. Your next best sleep might just be a short online quiz away.

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