– Hi, I’m Keith, Founder and General Manager of Tuck. And today will be reviewing The Nest Bedding
Alexander Hybrid mattress. (upbeat music) Testing the mattress today we have our lightweight sleeper Rachel, our average weight sleeper Jackson and our heavyweight sleeper Isaac. Setting up the Nest Bedding
Alexander Hybrid mattress is quite easy. We recommend enlisting a helper. Because even though the
mattress comes compressed, it’s a bit bulky and heavy for one person. Move the mattress to
its final destination, unbox and unwrap it, and
watch it come to life. Full recovery should happen
within the first 24 hours. The Nest Alexander Hybrid is a 13 and a half inch hybrid mattress. The cover’s made from quilted
phase change material. The comfort layers consist
of one and a half inches 4 PCF Gel Memory foam. One and a half inches of
1.5 PCF TitanChil foam. And one and a half inches a 3.5 PCF Copper infused Energex foam. The support core is made
up of one inch three PCF support Poly foam over
eight inches individually wrapped zoned pocketed coils. The feel of the mattress
is largely determined by its firmness and construction. This tends to be fairly uniform
across each mattress type. The Alexander Hybrid has
three firmness options. Plush, medium and luxury firm. Today we are looking at the medium, which we have rated as five and
a half on the firmness scale while the plush is a three and the luxury firm is a seven and a half. The mattress is generally
responsive and bouncy while still conforming
for a fair amount of pain and pressure relief. In the mattress world, support is defined as spinal alignment. In this test we’ll be looking at how well each of our sleepers spines
are kept in alignment when lying on their side. Our testing found the Alexander
Hybrid to have good support across all three weight groups. Motion isolation refers
to how well a mattress isolates or absorbs motion. This is especially important co-sleepers, so you don’t feel your partner’s movements across the surface of the bed. We found the Alexander Hybrid exhibited good motion isolation as
shown by the water test performed by Isaac. Edge support refers to
how much your mattress hold you up or pushes back against you while sitting on or sleeping
close to the side of the bed. Mattresses of worth edge support are harder to get in and out
of and can leave sleepers with the feeling of roll off, which is akin to it the
mattress ejecting the sleeper. Our testing showed the edge
support on the Alexander Hybrid to be very good. Using our 2D and 3D
pressure mapping tools, we’re able to look at how well mattresses relieve pressure on the body. You’ll notice the scale
goes from blue to green, to yellow to red indicating increasing amounts of pressure pushing
back against each sleeper. When it hits red, there’s a higher likelihood
of reduced blood flow in those specific sections of the body. Our testing found the
Alexander Hybrid mattress offers a very good pressure relief across all weight groups
and sleeping positions. (upbeat music) Temperature neutrality
refers to whether a mattress disperses heat from your body allowing for breathability and airflow. Our testing found that
Alexander Hybrid retains minimal body heat and sleeps
fairly cool for most sleepers. Now, let’s review how the
Nest Bedding Alexander Hybrid stacked up in our mattress tests. For support this hybrid mattress
received very good marks for light and average weight sleepers and good for heavyweight sleepers. This mattress earned a
good in motion isolation. This mattress received very
good ratings for edge support and pressure relief for
light and average sleepers while getting good ratings for
heavyweight pressure relief and temperature neutrality. (upbeat music) If you prefer a traditional memory foam or all foam feel and or
sleep on your stomach, you might want to consider
a different mattress. If you are a side or back sleeper like choosing your firmness
and tend to sleep hot, the Alexander Hybrid could
be a great fit for you. Those considering the
Alexander Hybrid, Nest offers a 100 night sleep trial. You can rest easy as you
safely test the mattress for up to a 100 nights to ensure
that it’s the right fit. Additionally the mattress ships free and comes with lifetime warranty. For up to date pricing and discounts available exclusively Tuck followers, check out the description below or visit the written review on Tuck.com. That’s it for our review. Please give us a like and
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the full written review and to continue your sleep search. If you’d like a
personalized recommendation from one of our team, please comment below and
we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Sleep well.

Nest Bedding Alexander Hybrid Mattress Review | High-End Hybrid Construction

11 thoughts on “Nest Bedding Alexander Hybrid Mattress Review | High-End Hybrid Construction

  • November 25, 2018 at 9:14 pm
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    Thanks for the review! This mattress seems constructed similar to the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora with a big difference of the placement of the Energex foam layer.
    How does this mattress compare to the Aurora, especially in motion isolation and edge support?

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  • December 25, 2018 at 12:09 am
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    thank you

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  • February 24, 2019 at 9:49 pm
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    Awesome!

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  • March 5, 2019 at 3:31 pm
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    What firmness did you test???

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  • March 7, 2019 at 2:06 am
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    I am stuck between this and the bear hybrid. 165lbs 5'7" side back combo sleeper. Which do you think would be a better fit?

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  • April 13, 2019 at 3:25 am
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    How similar to the BB Aurora mattress is the Signature Hybrid? I currently have a firm Aurora but am looking at the Signature Hybrid. I like the pillow top on the Signature Hybrid, but other than that they seem to be very similar in construction and even materials. I am 325LB man and mainly sleep on my side and back. I have been very happy with the Aurora but am intrigued by the pillow top. Thanks for your input.

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  • April 17, 2019 at 4:53 pm
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    The mattress you tested, was it the medium or plush?

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  • May 21, 2019 at 9:20 pm
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    Love that there is no ads on every videos!

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  • June 4, 2019 at 12:31 am
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    I am five foot seven inches and about 220lbs. Would this mattress be a very good or a good match for me?

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  • August 1, 2019 at 4:35 am
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    If the plush for this is 13 and the medium is 18 and me and my partner are 115lbs & 160lbs and 50/50 back and side which would you recommend. I know this company offers comfort exchange after 30 days but to avoid that hassle I want to do it right the first time:) your opinion would be greatly appreciated! Thank you:)

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  • August 23, 2019 at 5:32 am
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    I really would appreciate a review of the plush model.

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