If you like a soft mattress with a lot of ‘hug,’ Simba is a good option. It is a well-made mattress that uses quality materials. The hypoallergenic mattress cover, graphite-infused foam, and micro spring layer are nice features that shoppers have come to expect from mattresses at that price point.
Do Simba mattresses sag? Nearly all memory foam / hybrid mattresses will sag eventually. There, I said it. Unless you are lucky enough to be able to afford a John Ryan By Design handmade mattress (link), then you’ll probably have to just accept that a mass-produced memory foam mattress will last for around 5-10 years.
Simba Hybrid Pro Hybrid Memory Foam Mattress Review
Easily the best memory foam based mattress in a box I have tried, and the added features help eliminate some heat regulation issues all memory foam options can be prone to. While it is not cheap, I personally think the extra is worth it.
The award-winning Simba Hybrid packs in a lot of tech and cooling comfort for the reasonable price. It uses a mix of foam and coils, and the firmness went down very well with the side sleepers on our review panel. Look out for regular offers at Simba too, with big savings for new customers.
It’s comfortable for side, back and front sleepers and offers minimal movement transfer. It has a low-risk, 100-day trial period and sits in the middle in terms of price point — of both Simba’s product line and mattress-in-a-box brands in general.
You don’t have to turn it (phew), but rotating your mattress regularly is one of the very few conditions of your ten year warranty. Take it for a 180 degree spin on the base once a month for the first 3 months, then every 3-6 months for the rest of its life.
The Simba Hybrid makes use use of tiny micro pocket springs. Be under no illusion though when you read 2500 conical pocket springs, these are small micro springs and 2500 is the number in a King size mattress.Mattress weights:
|UK single||19.5 kg|
|EU king||36.5 kg|
|UK super king||41 kg|
Support was good and overall I felt comfortable sleeping this way. Finally, moving to the stomach position, the mattress felt slightly softer than I would prefer. It was fairly comfortable but I felt that I needed more support in the hips area. Overall, this is a mattress that would suit mostly back and side sleepers.
A recent review on the John Lewis website said: “We loved this mattress when we first got it, it was so comfortable. But unfortunately, over time it has become more and more uncomfortable and there are big dips in it after only five months. One side appears to be collapsing altogether,” one buyer wrote.
The Simba Hybrid is designed to work on any firm, flat surface. That means that you can put it on your floor, a slatted bed frame or a box spring.
Once we took the mattress out of the box and took it out of the vacuum wrapper, the mattress started taking shape pretty quickly and expanding. They say to leave it for 3-6 hours to expand, and 72 hours to completely inflate, but for us within 3 hours it was looking like a deep comfy mattress ready to sleep on.
Memory foam, latex and hybrid mattresses are ideal for side sleepers because they offer pressure relief for proper alignment, whereas innerspring mattresses can’t contour around pressure points.
The Simba has undergone a variety of tests and certifications including: CertiPUR-US certification ensures that the mattress is free from chemicals, toxins, and other dangerous materials Safety assessment, includes both open flame and lead paint testing.
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This wealth of sleeper data helped them create five well-rated mattresses, the Simba Hybrid®, Simba Hybrid Pro®, Simba Hybrid Luxe®, the Simba Hybrid® Essential, and their newest Premium Foam mattress. Customers report loving the Hybrid Pro the most for its balanced pressure relief and support.