Brooklyn Bedding is a popular mattress manufacturer that primarily sells their products online. One of their flagship products is the Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress. This is a hybrid model, meaning it uses a combination of traditional metal coils and modern comfort foams.
The Signature is very affordable for a hybrid bed, yet it also offers a lot of premium features. Brooklyn Bedding’s goal with the Signature was to create the feel of a high-end hybrid, at a price point that more people could afford.
The hybrid design of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature consists of a 6-inch support core of pocketed coils, a firm base layer of polyfoam, a transition layer of Energex polyfoam, and a comfort layer of gel-infused TitanFlex polyfoam. The mattress is 11.5 inches thick and offers a great blend of comfort, support, and responsiveness. It also comes with a 120-night sleep trial, so you can test it out in your own home with no risk.
The Signature is available in three firmness options: Soft, Medium, and Firm, which correspond to medium soft (4), medium firm (6), and firm (7-8) feels, respectively. Regardless of a sleeper’s weight or preferred way of sleeping, there is likely a firmness of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature that meets their needs.
For even more options, Brooklyn Bedding offers several other models. They have four hybrid designs, including the Aurora, Bloom, Bowery Hybrid, and Spartan. Brooklyn also offers an all-foam model, the Bowery.
This article will provide a full review of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress. We will discuss the mattress design and construction, price point, unique features, and performance metrics, as well as Brooklyn Bedding’s policies for shipping, returns, and warranties.
Brooklyn Bedding Mattresses At-A-Glance
|Brooklyn Bedding Signature||Brooklyn Bedding Aurora||Brooklyn Bedding Spartan|
|Firmness||4, 6, 7-8 (Medium Soft, Medium Firm, Firm)||4, 6, 7-8 (Medium Soft, Medium Firm, Firm)||4, 6, 7-8 (Medium Soft, Medium Firm, Firm)|
Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Review: Our Verdict
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature is a high-quality hybrid mattress at an affordable price point. We also appreciate that the Signature is available in a range of firmness levels.
Our testing indicated that the Signature strikes a great balance between quality and value. It offers excellent motion isolation, great support, and adequate cooling. The advanced foam layers allow the signature to respond to the shape of your body, while proper spinal alignment is firmly supported by the strong, pocketed coil system.
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How Much Is the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress?
The Signature is priced attractively for a hybrid mattress. Most hybrids of a similar quality will be at least $1,200, and often quite a bit more. While there are more affordable mattresses available, the Signature strikes a very good balance between price and overall quality.
Keep in mind that the Signature is available in three different firmness levels - but each model is priced the same, so your preference of firmness will not impact the price you pay.
Brooklyn Bedding offers some custom sizing, for an additional fee.
|Twin||39” x 75” x 10”||55 lbs.||$599|
|Twin XL||39” x 80” x 10”||70 lbs.||$699|
|Full||54” x 75” x 10”||90 lbs.||$849|
|Queen||60” x 80” x 10”||105 lbs.||$999|
|King||76” x 80” x 10”||120 lbs.||$1,249|
|California King||72” x 84” x 10”||120 lbs.||$1,249|
How Does the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Feel?
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature provides a great balance of support, responsiveness, and cushy comfort.
As a hybrid mattress, the Signature has several components that contribute to its feel for sleepers. The two top layers of foam provide cozy comfort and contouring, without the sinking feeling of memory foam. The core of pocketed coils provides underlying support and deep responsiveness that relieves pressure and helps sleepers maintain proper spinal alignment.
Keep in mind that this mattress comes in three different versions - soft, medium, and firm. Each of these versions has a notably different feel. Our testing rated the firmness levels of these three models on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the firmest. We found that the soft, medium and firm models scored at 4 out of 10, 6 out of 10, and 7-8 out of 10, respectively.
What Is the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Made Of?
There are three firmness options for the Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress: soft, medium, and firm. However, each version has the same basic construction. The only difference is in the firmness (density) of the foam layers.
The support core of the Signature is made of 6 inches of pocketed coils, along with a 1-inch firm polyfoam layer. Brooklyn Bedding uses Ascension™ encased coils, their own proprietary design. There are up to 961 individually encased coils (coil count varies depending on mattress size). Each coil is separately wrapped in fabric, which allows them to move independently from one another. This improves the responsiveness of the mattress and also helps to minimize motion transfer.
On top of the pocketed coils sits a 2-inch layer of Energex™ support foam. This high-density foam serves as a transition layer between the coils and the comfort foam.
The top comfort layer is 2 inches of Titanflex™ comfort foam, a proprietary foam from Brooklyn Bedding. It has a latex-like feel, with excellent responsiveness. Brooklyn Bedding also uses TitaniumGel™ in this comfort layer, which is a cooling gel that helps to keep the mattress at a comfortable sleeping temperature.
Lastly, a premium quilted top provides a plush feel. This cover is not removable, though it can be spot-cleaned if needed.
To summarize, here is what the Brooklyn Bedding Signature is made of:
- Cover Material: Premium quilted plush top
- Comfort Layers: 2 inches Titanflex™ foam, 2 inches Energex™ high-density support foam
- Support Core: 6 inches Ascension™ encased coils (pocketed coils), 1 inch firm polyfoam
Does the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Isolate Motion?
Rating: Soft, Medium: 4/5, Firm: 3/5
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature isolated motion very well in our tests. Movement on one side of the bed was not very noticeable on the opposite side, making this a good mattress for couples.
The Signature has several features that contribute to its motion isolation properties. The support layer is made of individually pocketed coils, which are able to move independently from one another. This means that compression on one coil does not impact the coils around it.
The 2-inch transition layer and 2-inch comfort layer also help. These layers interact with the shape of your body, and respond quickly to your movements.
Keep in mind that the “firm” model of this mattress scored a bit lower in terms of motion isolation. This is due to the fact that firmer foams tend to be a bit more bouncy, making them transfer more motion. We rated the firm model at a 3 out of 5 for motion transfer, while the soft and medium models scored 4 out of 5.
Does the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Sleep Cool?
Rating: Soft, Medium: 3/5, Firm: 4/5
If you’re someone who tends to sleep hot, having a mattress with good cooling properties is important. Overall, the Signature scores pretty well in this category. We rated the soft and medium versions at 3 out of 5, and the firm version at 4 out of 5. The reason that the softer models scored lower is that softer foams compress more easily. The more you sink into a foam layer, the more body heat the foam tends to absorb.
The foams used in mattresses like the Signature tend to trap body heat. However, several features help to counter this effect. Cooling gel is added to the top comfort layer, which is intended to help draw heat away from the body. The metal coils help to improve airflow, which has a notable effect on the overall temperature regulation of a mattress.
Will It Sag Along the Edges?
Rating: Soft, Medium: 3/5, Firm: 4/5
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature does a pretty good job of not sagging along the edges. The firm model scored at 4 out of 5, while the soft and medium versions scored 3 out of 5. The softer a mattress is, the less edge support it tends to offer.
Edge support is an important factor for anyone who has difficulty getting in and out of bed, as well as for those who like to sit on the side of the bed.
Hybrid beds like the Signature tend to provide decent edge support. While they are generally better than all-foam mattresses, they often have less edge support than traditional innerspring beds.
Is It Good for Sex?
Rating: Soft: 3/5, Medium, Firm: 4/5
The Signature mattress scores well for couples. A good mattress for sex will offer the right blend of comfort and support, with adequate bounce and not too much sinkage. The Brooklyn Bedding Signature does just that: The top comfort layer provides just enough cush without sinking too much, while the pocketed coils and firm transition layer provide bounce and support.
The soft version of this bed scored a bit lower than the medium and firm model, simply because softer foams tend to sag too much during sex.
What About Off-gassing?
“Off-gassing” refers to a period of 1-3 days after initial set-up when new mattresses will release some unpleasant odors. These odors are trapped in the foam layers during the manufacturing process, so they are not released until a mattress is taken out of its packaging.
All beds with foam materials will off-gas for a short period. Compared to the average, the Brooklyn Bedding Signature scored well for off-gassing. Our testers noticed some initial odor, but it dissipated quickly.
What Type of Sleeper Is the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Best for?
Because there are three different firmness options for the Signature (medium soft, medium firm, and firm), there will be a version suited to almost any type of sleeper. If you are wondering how to choose between the three, you should consider your typical preferences for the feel of a bed, as well as how you like to sleep.
- Side Sleepers: The medium firmness of the Signature will generally be the best option for side sleepers. Most people who sleep on their sides prefer a moderately firm feel, and the medium Signature offers the right blend of contouring and support. If you’re someone who prefers a softer feel, the soft Signature may work well - but keep in mind that heavier people may find that they sink into this version too much.
- Combination Sleepers: Those who sleep in a variety of positions will likely be best off on the medium version of the Brooklyn Bedding Signature. Side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers tend to like soft to medium, medium to firm, and firm mattresses, respectively. As a result, if you tend to sleep in multiple positions through the night, it’s best to choose a mattress that’s more middle-of-the-road when it comes to firmness.
- Back Sleepers: Most back sleepers prefer firmer mattresses in the medium firm to firm range. The firm version of the Signature scores at around a 7.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale. This will be comfortable for many back sleepers, but it may be too firm for side sleepers. If you share your bed with a partner who sleeps on their side, going with the medium version may be the best option.
How Does Body Weight Impact the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress's Performance?
Along with your preferred sleep position, your size and weight may also influence the best type of mattress for you. Generally speaking, lighter sleepers tend to prefer a softer feel, while heavier sleepers prefer something on the firmer side.
For people under 130 lbs, the soft version of the Signature will likely be the best choice. Back and stomach sleepers in this weight class may also find the medium Signature to be comfortable, but the firm version will almost certainly feel too firm.
For those between 130 and 230 lbs, the medium Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress will be a good option. The firmest version of the Signature may also perform well for people in this weight group, particularly for back and stomach sleepers.
For sleepers over 230 lbs, the firm Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress will likely perform the best. Sleepers from this weight group tend to prefer a firmer feel, and the increased support offered by firmer foams. The medium version may suffice for some (particularly side sleepers), but many will find it too soft.
Is the Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress Good for Couples?
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress is well suited for many couples. It scores well in most of the categories that are most important for couples, including motion isolation, ease of movement, and temperature neutrality. It also scored well for sex, with minimal noise, adequate bounce, and a comfortable feel.
Because the Signature comes in three firmness levels, it’s important to discuss sleep preferences with your partner. Couples with different preferences will likely find the medium version of the signature to be the most versatile option.
Brooklyn Bedding's Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies
|Availability||The Brooklyn Bedding Signature mattress is available for purchase online, both directly through the manufacturer and on Amazon. It’s also available in select brick and mortar mattress stores. It’s only available for purchase in the US and Canada, at this time.|
|Shipping||Brooklyn Bedding ships their mattresses to address in the contiguous U.S. free of charge. Shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, and Canada is also available for an added fee.
The Signature mattress ships compressed in a box. Domestic orders are typically sent via FedEx Ground. Domestic orders typically take 4-9 days to arrive.
|Additional Services||The Signature is available in a few custom sizes for an additional fee.|
|Sleep Trial||There is a 120-night risk-free sleep trial in which you can return the mattress for a full refund if you are not satisfied. Keep in mind that Brooklyn Bedding requires customers to keep the mattress for at least 30 days, so that they have adequate time to adjust to the bed. There are no return or shipping fees involved.|
|Warranty||Brooklyn Bedding offers a 10-year limited manufacturer warranty on the Signature. This warranty covers manufacturer defects in material and craftsmanship, but it does not cover normal wear-and-tear, or accidental damage/spills.|