Goodmorning Mattress and Beds
See how GoodMorning.com Stacks up Against Silk & Snow
We’ve provided an in-depth review of the GoodMorning.com brand, and taken the opportunity to compare it against Silk & Snow, one of the leading Canadian Mattress Brands. If you’d like to jump right to the review, click the link here.
|Made in Canada?|
|Organic Mattress Option?|
|4lb Memory Foam?||
|Warranty||15 Years||15 Years|
|Coil Source?||Canada||Canada and China|
GoodMorning.com Mattress Review
- GoodMorning.com Mattress Canada Overview
- GoodMorning.com Construction and Materials
- What is the GoodMorning.com Mattresses Firmness and Feel
- Where can I Buy GoodMorning.com's Mattresses?
- GoodMorning.com Mattress Smell
- The History of GoodMorning.com
- GoodMorning.com Mattress Coupon, Discount, and Promo Codes
- GoodMorning.com Price
GoodMorning.com Mattress Canada Overview
Goodmorning.com was launched as an online Canadian bed-in-a-box retailer, and was one of the first to market a bed-in-a-box.
GoodMorning.com Construction and Materials
The Juno Mattress is an entirely foam mattress, meaning it's constructed completely of foam layers, and does not contain any coils. This mattress is comprised of 2 layers of polyurethane foam, surrounded by a cover made from a blend of polyester and viscose. In comparison, our S&S Mattress uses a cover that is anti-microbial, to add an extra dimension of cleanliness to your sleep.
The first layer (or comfort layer) of the Juno Mattress is comprised of 2" of 2.5lb memory foam, which is infused with cooling gel. This is followed by the base layer, which is comprised of 6" of 1.8lb polyurethane foam. This base layer provides additional support to the more contouring feel of the memory foam comfort layer.
Logan & Cove
Next, we'll take a look at the Logan & Cove mattress. The cover for the Logan & Cove mattress is made from a tencel fabric, with a pillow top comprised of 1 3/4" of cooling gel foam, and 3 1/2" of high density polyurethane foam. In the "Medium Plush" option of the mattress, the high-density foam is replaced with medium-density foam. This pillow top layer acts as a plush comfort layer for the mattress, allowing the sleeper to comfortably rest on the pocket coil foundation.
This pillow top layer is followed by 2" transition layer made from high-density polyurethane foam, which is then followed up by a base layer of pocket coils. This base layer provides support and durability for the mattress overall.
Now, let's take a look at the Apollo Mattress. The Apollo Mattress is a hybrid mattress, meaning its composition is comprised of both foam, and coils. The entire mattress is comprised of 4 layers, which include 3 layers of polyurethane foam of varying densities. These layers are surrounded by a cover made from a polyester blend.
The first layer, or comfort layer of the Apollo Mattress is comprised of 2" of coppergel memory foam, which has a density rating of 3.6lbs. This is followed by the transitional layer, which is comprised of 2" of open cell memory foam. This is followed by a support layer of 1" pocketed micro coils, which are then followed by a base layer of 7" of polyurethane foam, which is rated at 1.8lbs in density.
Next up is the Douglas Mattress. The Douglas Mattress features an all foam construction comprised of a cover and 3 layers of polyurethane foam. The cover is made from a blend of 68% Polyester, 31% Tencel, and 1% Spandex, and the first layer (or comfort layer) is comprised of 2" of 2.5lb cooling gel foam. The next layer (the transition layer) is 2" of "Elastex" foam, which is a synthetic foam that is made to mimic the properties of latex. Lastly, the base layer is comprised of 6" of polyurethane foam, for added support and durability.
Let's now take a look at the Novosbed. The Novosbed is a foam mattress, and does not contain any coils. The density of the materials depends on the firmness option you choose. First, the cover of the Novosbed Mattress is made from tencel. This cover is followed up by the comfort layer of the mattress, which is made of 1" inch of 5G Memory foam (soft version), 1" of Airflow Foam (Medium Version), or 2" of Memory Foam (Firm Version). This is followed up by the transition layer of the mattress, which is made up of 1" of Airflow Foam (soft version), 1" of Memory Foam (medium version & firm version). This is followed by the support layer of the mattress, which is comprised of 2" of memory foam (soft version & medium version) or 1" of memory foam (firm version). This is followed by the base layer, which is comprised of 7" of polyurethane foam, in all versions of the Novosbed.
Next, let's look at the construction of the Brunswick Mattress. This mattress features a Hybrid Construction, with both foam and coils. The cover of the Brunswick Mattress is made from a blend of synthetic and natural fibers. This is followed up by the main comfort layer of the Brunswick Mattress, which is comprised of 2" of dual-layer cooling gel foam. This is followed up by the transitional layer of the Brunswick Mattress, which is comprised of 1" of polyurethane foam. This is supported by 8" pocket coils, which are rounded by an edge of supportive polyurethane foam.
Lastly, we'll take a look at the Recore Mattress. This mattress features a latex and foam construction. The cover of the Recore Mattress is made from silver-infused polyester. This is followed by the comfort layer, which is 2" of graphite infused latex. This is followed up by the transitional layer of the Recore Mattress, which is comprised of 2" of cooling gel polyurethane foam. Lastly, the base layer of the Recore Mattress is comprised of 5" of supportive polyurethane foam.
What is the GoodMorning.com Mattresses Firmness and Feel
In our testing of the Juno Mattress, we found it to be medium firm. Similar to our S&S Mattress, we rated the Juno mattress at a 6/10 in terms of firmness and feel.
The memory foam comfort layer provides a reasonable level of plushness, and envelops your body with a classic memory foam feel. The base layer also provides support and firmness, rounding out the overall sensation of sleeping on this bed.
Logan & Cove
Next up is the Logan & Cove Hybrid. As Logan & Cove offers two different firmness options for their mattress, the mattress will feel significantly different based on which version of the mattress you choose.
For the "Luxury Firm" option, we rated the Logan & Cove a 6.5/10, on a scale from very soft to very firm, making this one a medium-firm mattress. Due to the use of "high-density" memory foam and the plush pillow top layer, the Logan & Cove "Luxury Firm" did in fact feel medium-firm, though the pillow top layer may prove to be too plush for those looking for a truly firm hybrid mattress. This medium-firm feel is recommended for back sleepers and for heavier sleepers.
For the "Medium Plush" option, we rated the Logan & Cove mattress at a 4.5/10 in terms of firmness, on a scale from very soft to very firm. This mattress was quite soft in comparison to the "Luxury Firm", and sleepers will find that they sink in to the plush medium-density foam. We recommend the "Medium Plush" version of the Logan & Cove mattress for side sleepers, stomach sleepers, and lighter sleepers.
Now let's take a look at the Apollo Mattress. In our testing, we rated the Apollo Mattress at a 6/10 in terms of firmness (on a scale from very soft to very firm), which places it in the medium-firm category.
The 2" top layer of 3.6lb density memory foam provides a reasonable level of plushness to the comfort layer of the mattress, allowing you to sink in to it. Sleepers familiar with the sensation of memory foam may enjoy the way the top layer cradles the body. However, the micro coils and base layer foam do provide some resistance and support, which increase the overall firmness of the Apollo Mattress. Those who have slept on hybrid mattresses before may find the micro coils do not provide the same level of support as full sized pocket coils do, like the kind we use in our Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress.
Now for the Douglas Mattress. We tested the Douglas Mattress for firmness and feel, and in our opinion, we rated the Douglas Mattress at a 6/10(on a scale from very soft to very firm) in terms of firmness, which places it in the medium-firm category.
We thought that the top layer allowed for a slight sinking feeling, while the base layer provided a marginal level of support to the mattress. You will not feel as "sunken in" to the mattress when compared to other varieties of memory foam mattresses, but the overall feel of the mattress is not as responsive as a mattress with coils, for example.
The Novosbed Mattress features 3 different firmness options, so the overall feel of the bed will vary based on which firmness option you decide to go with. We rated the "Soft" Version of the Novosbed Mattress at a 5/10 in terms of firmness (on a scale from very soft to very firm). This mattress should work for those who prefer the feel of a softer bed, and for sleepers with smaller bodies who need less support. The memory foam feel of the "Soft" Version of the Novosbed is quite prominent, so we don't recommend it for those who don't like the sinking feeling of memory foam.
The "Medium" Version of the Novosbed clocked in at a 6.5/10 in terms of firmness. This version of the Novosbed is a well-rounded medium option for those who prefer a semi-firm mattress. This mattress should work for side sleepers, but it may prove to be slightly too firm for back sleepers. The memory foam feel is still apparent in the "Medium" version of the Novosbed Mattress, but is less prominent than in the "soft" version.
Lastly, we tested the "Firm" Version of the Novosbed Mattress. We gave this one a rating of 7.5/10, making it by far the firmest version of the Novosbed available. We would only recommend this version for those looking for a very firm mattress. The layers of supportive polyurethane foam should work well for heavier sleepers, or for those who prefer a more responsive feeling mattress.
Now lets take a look at the Brunswick Mattress. The Brunswick Mattress is a hybrid mattress, and in our testing, we gave it a 6.5/10. This is definitely a medium-firm mattress, with a reasonable level of supportiveness, due to the inclusion of pocket coils in the construction of the mattress. This mattress does not possess the sinking feeling common to most memory foam mattresses, and should work well for most varieties of sleepers.
Lastly, we'll take a look at the Recore Mattress. This mattress features latex in it's construction. In our testing, we rated the Recore Mattress at a 6/10 in terms of firmness, placing it in the medium-firm category. This mattress has a unique combination of supportiveness and cradling, due to the inclusion of a plush layer of graphite latex. We'd recommend this mattress for side sleepers, as its medium-firmness should provide enough support on high-pressure areas, such as the hips and lower back.
Where can I Buy GoodMorning.com's Mattresses?
GoodMorning.com Mattress Smell
The History of GoodMorning.com
GoodMorning.com Mattress Coupon, Discount, and Promo Codes
|Twin XL||$629 CAD|
|Cal King||$849 CAD|
Logan & Cove Mattress
|Twin XL||$849 CAD|
|Cal King||$1,149 CAD|
|Twin XL||$1049 CAD|
|Cal King||$1449 CAD|
|Twin XL||$299 CAD|
|Cal King||$524 CAD|
|Twin XL||$629 CAD|
|Cal King||$899 CAD|
|Twin XL||$739 CAD|
|Cal King||$979 CAD|
|Twin XL||$1019 CAD|
|Cal King||$1439 CAD|
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