Cocoon Classic by Sealy Mattress Review
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The Cocoon Classic is a memory foam mattress manufactured by Sealy, available in two firmness settings.
The Cocoon Classic is constructed in three layers: a base layer of polyfoam, a second layer of polyfoam that varies depending on the chosen firmness level, and a final comfort layer of memory foam. The mattress cover is made of a stretch knit fabric. The mattress is available in all standard sizes, each 10 inches in height.
In-depth Cocoon Classic Mattress Review
Cocoon Classic Mattress Sizing and Pricing
|Twin||38” x 74.5” x 10”||$399|
|Twin XL||38” x 79.5” x 10”||$449|
|Full||53” x 74.5” x 10”||$649|
|Queen||60” x 79.5” x 10”||$799|
|King||76” x 79.5” x 10”||$999|
|California king||72” x 83.5” x 10”||$999|
The Cocoon Classic is available in two firmness settings: Cocoon Soft (4) and Cocoon Firm (6). This scale is from 1-10, with 10 being the most firm nd 1 being the least firm. The Soft, which is the most popular option on this model, is noticeably more plush than typical mattresses. Sealy recommends this setting for those who like to be “hugged” by their bed. If you know you prefer that softer feel, it might be the best choice for you. The Firm is considered a medium-soft and is usually a safe place to start for most sleepers. Sealy recommends this settings for those who prefer a “more sturdy” feel for their bed.
The Cocoon Classic is available online at the Cocoon by Sealy website. It is also sold on Amazon. Sealy does not sell the Cocoon through any brick and mortar retailers or at their own physical stores.
The Cocoon classic is a memory foam mattress, constructed in three layers. The two firmness settings have slightly different makeups. The Soft setting starts with a 6-inch support core of 1.8 PCF (pounds per cubic foot) polyfoam. That’s followed by a 2-inch transition layer of 2.2 PCF polyfoam, topped by 2 inches of 3 PCF memory foam. The Firm setting starts with 8 inches of 1.8 PCF polyfoam, topped with 2 inches of the 3 PCF memory foam. The mattress cover is a made of a stretch-knit polyester fabric.
As is typical with most “bed in a box” mattresses, the Cocoon Classic is manufactured, compressed, sealed in plastic, and shipped in a labeled box straight to your door. The bed arrives in one piece, completely assembled.
Shipping is free to any address in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.
The Cocoon Classic is delivered via UPS and typically arrives 5-7 business days after an order is placed. Next-day, two-day, and Saturday deliveries are available at checkout for an additional cost.
The Cocoon Classic should be removed from its packaging promptly after delivery, so it can begin decompressing. The mattress should be fully decompressed and ready to sleep on after just a few hours.
Sealy does not offer any additional delivery services at this time.
Sealy offers a 100-night sleep trial on the Cocoon Classic mattress, with no break-in period. If you are unsatisfied with your bed for any reason during the first 100 nights, Sealy will arrange to remove it free of charge and issue a full refund of your purchase price. Any delivery charges will not be refunded.
Sealy offers a 10-year warranty on the Cocoon Classic. Sealy will repair or replace any defective mattress during that time, but the owner will be responsible for any transportation charges related to the repair or replacement. Full warranty terms can be found here.
Cocoon Classic Mattress Performance
Memory foam mattresses tend to offer superior motion isolation. Memory foam “traps” movement and keeps it from transferring across the bed to a sleeping partner. The Cocoon’s foam layers absorb and isolate motion very well.
One drawback of memory foam beds – and the Cocoon Classic in particular – is the lack of edge support. Because the bed does not have a reinforced perimeter, the edges tend to sag and slump. Premature sinking around the edge – particularly in places where you normally sit – is common.
We mentioned earlier that memory foam traps motion. Unfortunately, it does the same thing with body heat. This can result in a hot mattress and an uncomfortable sleep. If you tend to sleep very hot, the Cocoon Classic – and foam mattresses in general – might not be a good fit for you.
When a foam mattresses is compressed and sealed in plastic, it retains an odor that is released when it is first removed from its packaging. This is referred to as “off-gassing.” You should expect this smell with the Cocoon Classic, but it will go away after a few days.
The Cocoon’s support comes from its thick support base and a combination of foam layers. The support base is made of a high-density polyfoam, which provides a good foundation. The memory foam layer also provides solid support, customized to each sleeper based on the amount of pressure applied. The foam layers work together to provide pressure point and pain relief.
The Cocoon’s memory foam layer conforms closely to a sleeper’s body. You can expect that familiar memory foam “hug” that envelopes your body. Customers report that the Soft firmness setting offers quite a bit more “sink,” while the Firm setting doesn’t conform quite as closely.
The Cocoon Classic hasn’t been available long enough to know exactly how it will perform long-term. But Sealy, the company that manufacturers the Cocoon, is a very well-established brand in the industry. This fact, along with quality materials and construction, suggest that the Cocoon will hold up well over an average mattress lifespan.
Some couples find that memory foam mattress restrict movement too much and therefore inhibit their sexual activity. This could be an issue with the Cocoon. If this is a concern, the Firm setting would be the better choice.
How Do Customers Rate the Cocoon?
|CocoonbySealy.com||4.7/5 (2146 reviews)|
|Google Shopping||Not applicable|
|Consumer Reports||61 overall CR rating|
|Amazon||5.5/5 (178 reviews)|
What Type of Sleeper Is Well Suited to a Cocoon Classic?
With every mattress review, we remind you that choosing the right bed is a personal decision. It’s important to consider your own personal preferences, sleeping position, body weight and type, and any health conditions you may be dealing with. Think about your own individual comfort and spinal support needs. We encourage you to make use of any sleep trial to ensure that the bed you chose is the right fit for you.
Keeping all that in mind, take a look at this subjective customer feedback on the Cocoon Classic mattress:
Looking at the chart below, it’s interesting to note that average weight sleepers (those who weigh between 130-230 lbs.) rated the Cocoon as “good” no matter their normal sleeping position. Above average weight sleepers (those weighing more than 230 lbs) didn’t do as well with the bed, rating is as “fair” no matter their sleeping position. Below average weight sleepers (those weighing less than 130 lbs) were somewhere in between. Side sleepers said it was “very good,” while back sleepers said it was “fair.”
|Below Average Weight (under 130 lbs)||Average Weight (130-230 lbs)||Above Average Weight (above 230 lbs)|
|Side Sleepers||Very good||Good||Fair|
Customer Service: In our research, 6 out of 10 customers reported that they had a positive experience with the company, irrespective of how they felt about the mattress.
Reputation: Tempur Sealy, the company that manufacturers the Cocoon Classic, does not have the best reputation – specifically for service – among customers. That being said, the Cocoon by Sealy is a different offshoot of Tempur Sealy and should not be judged by they brick and mortar brand.
BBB Rating: F
Years in Business: Sealy has been around since 1881. The Cocoon product line launched in 2016.
Corporate Headquarters: 239 Sealy Drive Trinity, NC 27370
Physical Stores: None at this time
Phone Number: 1-888-818-4039
Contact Email: [email protected]
Sealy’s Cocoon Classic mattress is a memory foam bed available in two different firmness settings.
The bed’s polyfoam and memory foam layers combine to provide solid support and the conforming “hug” you expect from memory foam. The bed isolates motion well and alleviates pressure points and pain to a significant extent.
Here’s how we rate the Sealy Cocoon Classic mattress on a scale of 1 (worst) to 10 (best):