Yaasa Mattress Review
In today’s review we take a look at the Yaasa mattress, a great foam / coil hybrid that has recently been released by Yaasa online mattress company.
The company was founded in 2016 with the aim of improving people’s lives by providing them with the best possible sleep and it offers a number of carefully designed, high-quality sleep products such as mattresses, adjustable bases, and other sleep accessories.
The mattress that we’ll be reviewing today is a luxurious hybrid that combines memory foam and pocketed coils to provide you with the best of both worlds. It comes in two firmness levels: Soft and Firm and the one that we got is the Soft version.
Read our review to see what we think about this interesting new bed and find out how well it could work for you. (Review updated)
Is the Yaasa Mattress Right for You?
Buy the Yaasa Mattress if you like:
- Memory foam feel – The Yaasa mattress features two layers of proprietary memory foam in the top comfort layers that provide perfect pressure relief and that will allow you to sink into the mattress to a certain degree and get that classic memory foam feel of contouring without feeling trapped in foam.
- Sleeping cool – This mattress sleeps quite cool due to the combination of the innerspring pocketed coil construction with the layer of cooling foam in the top comfort layer and breathable cover.
- Bounce and responsiveness of hybrid mattresses – The Yaasa mattress features pocketed coil system in its construction and provides a nice degree of bounce and responsiveness which facilitates moving around in bed and makes this mattress excellent for sex.
You might not like the Yaasa Mattress if:
- You don’t like the bounce and responsiveness of hybrid mattresses – As mentioned, the Yaasa mattress features pocketed coil system in its construction which makes it have more bounce and responsiveness than all foam mattresses. So, if you are not a big fan of this, the Yaasa may not be the best choice for you.
Construction and Materials
The Yaasa mattress is an 11″ hybrid mattress made up of the following layers:
- 2″ Top Comfort Layer – This layer is 2″ of the special TitanFlex foam designed to increase airflow through the mattress and prevent the retention of excessive body heat by pushing hot air away from you. This premium foam layer also has a plush, velvety soft feel and will cushion your body to prevent the appearance of pressure points and provide you with incredible comfort.
- 2″ Transition Layer – This layer is made of 2″ high-density support foam that promotes deep compression support and body contouring and serves as a transition layer between the softer foam layer above and a firmer pocketed coil system below.
- 6″ Support Layer – This layer is 6″ of high-quality pocketed coils designed to provide a nice degree of bounce, responsiveness and support while minimizing motion transfer. It also encourages greater airflow through the mattress and aids in cooling.
- 1″ Base Layer – This layer is 1″ of a high density base foam designed to serve as the foundation for the layers above and increase the overall comfort, durability and stability of the mattress.
The Yaasa mattress has a super soft quilted cover. It is made of the company’s special phase change material that is breathable, soft and cool to the touch.
It improves the airflow through the mattress, aids in cooling and also wicks away moisture to keep you dry and comfortable all night long.
Firmness & Support
The Yaasa mattress comes in two firmness options: Soft and Firm and is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of sleepers with different needs and sleep preferences. The one we tested is the Soft version and we felt it to be around a 5,5 out of 10 (10 being the firmest).
The company has their own firmness scale where they rate both versions of this mattress in a range you can see below.
We felt it was more of a medium-firm mattress in that its top comfort layer and soft cover offer a plush and gentle feel on top, while the underlying transition layer and the layer of pocketed coils provide a firmer support below.
As we often tend to mention, the firmness of a mattress largely depends on sleeper’s weight and body type. Since I am a heavier sleeper (230 lbs), I compress the top comfort layers of most hybrid mattresses and tend to rest on their firmer and bouncy spring layers below.
However, this wasn’t the case with the Yaasa mattress even though we got a softer version of this mattress. It is true that I compressed its soft top comfort layer to a certain degree, but the slightly firmer transition layer below nicely transitioned my body weight into the firm pocketed coil system.
They worked together to lift my heavy weight and prevent me from sinking too much into the mattress and feeling trapped in foam.
The first thing you will feel when you lie down on this mattress is the softness of its cover and the contouring feel of the special TitanFlex foam. They will provide you with a cloud-like feel and cradle your shoulders and hips to prevent the appearance of pressure points.
But, there is also enough support with this mattress coming from its transition layer and the firmer pocketed coil system below. They will provide you with just the right amount of support needed to keep your spine naturally aligned regardless of your preferred sleeping position.
So, in terms of support the Yaasa mattress does a good job of providing excellent support in all sleeping positions.
We are primarily side sleepers and we felt this mattress worked perfectly for us. It had enough give in the top comfort layer to cradle our hips and shoulders and prevent the appearance of pressure points, while it also offered the right amount of support needed for back and stomach sleeping.
The Yaasa is a pretty comfortable mattress. Its incredibly soft cover works with the TitanFlex foam to cushion your body, relieve pressure points and provide you with a cloud like feel, while the slightly firmer transition layer below and pocketed coil system provide enough support needed to keep your spine properly aligned regardless of your preferred sleeping position.
So, this mattress provides an ideal balance of pressure relieving comfort and support and also sleeps quite cool due to the use of the special cooling technologies in its construction.
It has enough softness in the top comfort layers to cradle your shoulders and hips and prevent the appearance of pressure points when sleeping on your side, while it also has enough firmness necessary to support your body and promote proper spinal alignment when you switch to your stomach or back.
There is also enough bounce and responsiveness with this mattress coming from the pocketed coil layer, which allows you to easily change positions during the night and get in and out of bed. This also makes the Yaasa mattress perfect for sex.
The Yaasa mattress sleeps quite cool due to its top comfort layer made of the unique TitanFlex cooling foam, designed to increase airflow through the mattress and prevent the retention of excessive body heat by pushing hot air away from you.
Besides this, the cover of this mattress is made of the company’s special phase change material that is breathable and that works with the pocketed coil system to improve the airflow through the mattress and keep you cool and comfortable all night long.
The cover also wicks away excessive moisture to keep you dry and prevent that sticky sweaty feeling present with many memory foam mattresses and hybrid mattresses featuring memory foam in their construction, particularly in their top comfort layers.
Sinkage and Motion Transfer
As for sinkage and motion transfer, we didn’t experience too much of it when sitting or lying on this mattress.
As we always preach, sinkage and motion transfer are largely weight dependent, and the fact that I weigh around 230 lbs tends to have a rather large bearing on the degree of sinkage I experience when sitting and lying on mattresses.
I often compress the softer top comfort layers of lower quality mattresses and come to rest on their firmer support layers bellow or even bottom out, while Kaye experiences less sinkage due to her much lighter weight.
I compressed the soft top comfort layer of this mattress to a certain degree, but the firmer transition layer below and pocketed coil system worked together to stop me from sinking even further into the mattress.
They lifted my heavy body weight and our combined weights sleeping as a couple with ease and distributed them evenly across the bed.
The Yaasa mattress also didn’t cause Kaye to roll into me due to our weight disparity or experience that well-known feel of “sinking into a hole”.
The edge support is also good with this mattress and I didn’t compress the edges too much at all when sitting or lying near them. We also didn’t experience that “rolling off the edges” sensation.
As for motion transfer, there was some motion transfer with the Yaasa mattress due to its hybrid design and the use of pocketed coils in its construction.
However, it was nothing extreme and didn’t interfere with our sleep. The special foams used in this mattress did a good job of minimizing the amount of motion transfer between us.
Smell / Off-Gassing
The Yaasa mattress gets high marks in this category for not having too much of a noticeable smell upon opening the box. The hybrid coil / foam construction minimized the degree of off-gassing that all foam mattresses usually have.
Yaasa is pretty standard when it comes to their warranty and support offerings. Most mattress companies offering mattresses in this category share about the same offerings in terms of sleep trials and warranty, and Yaasa is no exception here.
- 100-Night Trial period
- 10-Year Warranty
- Free Shipping and Free Returns
- Click here to get the best price on the Yaasa mattress!
The Yaasa hybrid mattress is comes in at $1299, which is a good price given the quality materials used in the construction of this mattress and the overall comfort and luxuriousness that it provides.
Overall, the Yaasa mattress is a great hybrid bed that combines various layers of proprietary foam and pocketed coils to provide you with the best of both worlds.
The mattress comes in two firmness levels: Soft and Firm. The one that we tested is the Soft version and we felt it to be around a 5.5 on the firmness scale (10 being the firmest).
So, it is more of a medium-firm mattress and it provides an ideal balance of pressure relieving comfort and support necessary for all sleeping positions and all types of sleepers.
The top comfort layer of the special TitanFlex foam works perfectly with the incredibly soft cover to cushion your body and mold to your hips and shoulders to prevent the appearance of pressure points, while there is also enough support coming from the slightly firmer transition layer and pocketed coil system below.
These two layers will lift your body weight and prevent you from sinking too much into the mattress and feel trapped in foam.
The mattress also sleeps quite cool due to the special cooling technologies used in its construction which prevent the retention of excessive body heat and work to keep you cool and dry all night long.
All in all, the Yaasa is an interesting hybrid mattress made of high quality materials that can provide you with good pressure relief and with the right balance of comfort and support necessary for a restorative night’s sleep.
We hope that our review of this mattress helps you out when making your next mattress purchase! If you have any questions, feel free to let us know!