This Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress Review was recently completed by the MattressJunkie.com team. Brooklyn Bedding is committed to making better bedding with complete transparency at affordable prices. Brooklyn Bedding launched in 1995 and is a family owned business located in Phoenix, AZ. A few months ago, we reviewed Brooklyn Bedding’s #BESTMATTRESSEVER. It was one of the best mattresses we have reviewed so we were excited to get our hands on the newest mattress in Brooklyn Bedding’s lineup, Aurora. The Aurora is a hybrid mattress that uses Brooklyn Bedding’s very own TitanFlex hyper-elastic foam. Check out more below about the Aurora Mattress.
Tell me more about the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress cover.
The Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress cover is cool to the touch. Brooklyn Bedding’s TitanCool phase change surface infusion pulls heat from the sleeper’s body and keeps the mattress surface ultra-cool. The Aurora cover features a proprietary and luxurious smooth top weave exclusive to premium bedding. The color scheme of the cover is dark blue/navy and white.
What’s Under the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress cover?
Layer 1 of the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress is a 1.5 inch copper infused Energex foam paired with cooling surface infusion. This layer serves as a comfort layer while also regulating temperature for the mattress surface. It does this by allowing air to circulate more which helps the heat dissipate.
Layer 2 is a 2-inch layer of hyper elastic foam called TitanFlex. TitanFlex is unique to Brooklyn Bedding and provides immediate response to the sleeper’s body while also providing conforming support throughout the sleep experience.
The 3rd layer is 1 inch of swirl visco elastic foam. This contouring layer gives the sleeper the contouring properties of memory foam while also providing deep compression support.
The 4th layer is comprised of 8 inch Quantum Edge Pocketed Coils. This engineered layer of individually pocketed coils gives the sleeper better response to their movement while also isolating movements when multiple people are sleeping in the same bed.
The last layer is 1 inch of high density base support foam. High quality support foam is critical for long term support and mattress durability. It provides added structural integrity to the mattress and allows it to handle wear and tear over a longer lifespan.
What Sleep Style Works Best with Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress?
The Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress comes in soft, medium, and firm so every sleep style is covered. The soft mattress would be best for side and back sleepers who want a plush sleep surface. Medium would be a great option for side and back sleepers who like a medium level of firmness. If you have any pain, try to assess if it is related to your current mattress or sleep position. Firm would be best recommended for back and stomach sleepers.
What type of base should I place my Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress on?
Box spring, platform base, slats, or the floor would all be great options to place your mattress on. For this sleep test, we used a standard bed frame and a solid, hardwood floor and everything worked just fine.
Will my mattress have a chemical smell when taken out of the box?
Like new cars, mattresses often have a smell when they are unrolled. This smell is called off-gassing. The smell is usually very faint and quickly dissipates once the mattress breathes. Mostly you see this in cheaper, petroleum based latex mattresses and other products. The Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress had little to no smell out of the box.
What Type of Warranty and Sleep Trail does Brooklyn Bedding offer on the Aurora Mattress?
Brooklyn Bedding offers a 120-night sleep trial with the Aurora Mattress comes, so trying it is completely risk free. The company is well known for its customer service and has an excellent reputation in the industry. Brooklyn Bedding also offers a 10-year warranty on all their mattresses in addition to the sleep trial. This mainly covers manufacturer defects but is still generous.
How much does the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress cost?
California King- $1999
Aurora Review and Recommendation
The Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Mattress sleeps very cool. The mattress surface feels cool at all times. The addition of TitanFlex gives the sleeper the best of all worlds. You would Brooklyn Bedding’s Aurora Mattress to be 2-3 times the cost in a mattress store because it really is that luxurious. If you tend to sleep hot and don’t like memory foam, the Aurora would be an excellent choice for you.
If you are looking for other great mattresses, pillows, sheets then consider looking at our reviews of other Brooklyn Bedding products. They have proven to be a top brand with our testers. We also have dozens of other hybrid mattress reviews from top manufacturers. Consider also the Luft Hybrid Mattress and Dreamcloud Hybrid for a really nice luxury hybrid option.