Linenspa Memory Foam & Innerspring Hybrid Medium Firmness Mattress

Last updated date: September 15, 2020

DWYM Score
9.5

Linenspa Memory Foam & Innerspring Hybrid Medium Firmness Mattress

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We looked at the top Medium Firmness Mattresses and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Medium Firmness Mattress you should buy.

Overall Take

This mattress is for those who are looking for memory foam with a traditional innerspring mattress. It has a knit cover and a plush layer of memory foam for extra support. In our analysis of 31 expert reviews, the Linenspa Linenspa Memory Foam Hybrid Medium Firm Mattress placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note September 15, 2020:
Checkout The Best Medium Firmness Mattress for a detailed review of all the top medium firmness mattresses.

Expert Summarized Score
9.0
8 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.0
29,232 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Great for people who have issues with pressure points on other mattresses.
- Wise Pick
Good temperature neutrality.
- Tuck
The tempered steel springs are in one connected unit, which can sometimes help prevent breakdown and sag over time.
- Sleep Advisor
There is no feeling of the harsh springs hitting you in the back while you sleep. The mattress conforms completely to the spine and its curvature.
- Terry Cralle
Evokes the feel of a traditional innerspring, so would be a great pick for anyone with a preference for that bouncy vibe.
- Sleepopolis
A nice choice for lighter people who want to save money on a comfortable mattress.
- Mattress Clarity
The firmer memory foam coil hybrid and the latex hybrid, with bounce and contouring, should please most back sleepers.
- Mattress Nerd
The quilted cover and comfort layer will provide a cozy, body-contouring sleep.
- Mattress Help
What experts didn't like
Hybrid design changes how firm the mattress feels depending on your weight, making it hard to know before you buy
- Wise Pick
Questionable durability.
- Tuck
There might be some noise coming from the springs upon you getting up
- Terry Cralle
This mattress appears to be a touch softer than medium firm.
- Sleepopolis
If someone is larger, they should consider a thicker mattress with more supportive layers.
- Mattress Clarity
The durability of budget mattresses tends to be short-lived
- Mattress Nerd

From The Manufacturer

Add the pressure point relief of memory foam to the reliable support of a traditional spring mattress, and you have the revolutionary comfort of the hybrid mattress. A layer of memory foam is quilted in the soft, knit cover and placed over a 1.5 inch layer of comfort foam to create an incredibly comfortable sleep surface.

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An Overview On Medium Firmness Mattresses

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for your overall health. Good sleep helps with cognition concentration, productivity and performance. In addition to the health benefits, we also spend a lot of our lives sleeping, so making sure you have a supportive mattress is important. 

There are many mattress types to choose from and many ways to customize your experience. Knowing the difference between memory foam and innerspring construction will help you narrow down the choices when you’re shopping for a new mattress. 

Memory foam mattresses are great for those who are looking for a mattress that lets you sink into your bed and feel comforted. You will find that with memory foam mattresses, your body’s form will hold longer than it will will an innerspring mattress, creating more support. Memory foam is great for side sleepers as it gradually forms to your body as you sleep.

Innerspring mattresses are a more traditional mattress type. Innerspring mattresses, also known as coil mattresses, use internal support of metal springs. The number and distribution of coils help determine how the mattress will conform to your body.

Some innerspring mattresses also have a pillow top that adds an extra layer of comfort. A pillow top that can be either purchased as part of your mattress or added later as a topper. Pillow-top covers allow you to customize your sleeping experience. They’re soft, cushiony and provide you with a feeling similar to that of a memory foam mattress. You can choose the level of softness and thickness you are looking for.

Another way to customize your mattress is by firmness level. If you are a side sleeper, you may do better on a softer mattress because it offers a certain type of thickness that helps contour to your body.

If you are a stomach sleeper, consider checking out a firm mattress. A firm mattress provides stomach sleepers with a flatter surface for their hips and stomach.

Back sleepers have the option of using almost any type of mattress. This is because when you lie on your back, your weight is easily distributed. Many back sleepers have the option of choosing between a soft, medium or firm mattress, depending on comfort level and personal preference.

If you switch positions throughout the night, consider a medium-firm mattress. It can offer you universal support for all your sleeping positions. Some medium-firm mattresses are built with a hybrid construction: For example, the Linespa memory foam hybrid medium-firm mattress uses a combination of hypoallergenic memory foam and the support of a traditional innerspring mattress. It comes in many different thicknesses and bed sizes.

If you’re looking for a more eco-friendly option, consider the Sleep on Latex pure green natural latex mattress. It is 100% natural latex foam with no poly foam, no synthetic latex foam and no blended latex foam. The quilted cover is made out of organic cotton and New Zealand wool.

DWYM Fun Fact

How much sleep do we really need? Even though it may not feel like we ever get enough, adults need seven to nine hours, teenagers need between eight and 10, school-age children need 9 to 11, and 1-year-olds need 11 to 14 hours. Unfortunately, if you get behind on sleep, you can’t catch up, so it’s best to have a consistent sleep routine. Try to fall asleep and wake up at the same time, even on weekends, to help maintain a healthy sleep schedule.

The Medium Firmness Mattress Buying Guide

  • Set up a nighttime routine of relaxing activities such as a warm bath or turning off your TV and phone and focusing on reading a book.
  • If you want to try a mattress before you buy, head into a store as many will let you test out their mattresses, leaving no guesswork in the process. Make sure to spend enough time on each bed to really get a feel for them and remember that mattress stores usually have more options online.
  • If you are sleeping with a partner and you have different bed preferences, think about looking into a bed that is customizable to each person’s body s both of you are comfortable and happy.
  • Know when it’s time to purchase a new mattress. Mattresses should last up to 10 years, but you should replace them sooner if you feel it is needed.
  • When buying a mattress, ask about the return policy. Not all mattresses will be for you, so you will want to make sure you can return it if you are not satisfied.
  • Pay attention to how you sleep. Sleeping positions have a big impact on what kind of firmness of the mattress will work best for you.
  • Look into where the mattress is made, what it is made out of and where it is sold. This will tell you about the quality of the mattress.