Molecule is a United States-based mattress and bedding company offering two individual mattress models. The company’s three-layer, memory foam mattress-in-a-box became popular in 2018. Molecule specifically targets athletes, as well as people who are living an active lifestyle. American football quarterback Tom Brady is one well-known athlete endorsing the product.
Products & Materials
Molecule mattresses are exclusively available on the Molecule website and are not currently sold through any third-party retailers. Molecule does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
Molecule also sells sleep-related products, including a mattress topper, sheets, comforter, duvet cover, pillows, cases and shams, and pet beds.
The Molecule mattress is made entirely of polyurethane foam. The cover is 99 percent polyester, and one percent elastane. There are two different levels of firmness and comfort, the M1, and the M2:
- The M1 is a medium-soft memory foam mattress built to alleviate pressure points, and align the spine for side sleepers. The 12-inch, three-layer design is made with RestoreFLO gel-infused open cell foam. The mattress also has a three-zone RecoveryFLO adaptive support layer and advanced cooling cover.
The first layer, the support foam, is a firm foam and makes up the mattress foundation. The RecoveryFlo foam acts as a transition layer between the firm support layer and the softer top layer.
- The M2 is a firmer memory foam bed with five conforming zones, resulting in equal support to different areas of the body. The 12-inch, three-layer design is made with MoleculareFLO Extreme Open Cell Foam and has seven times the airflow than traditional memory foam.
The mattress also has a five-zone RecoveryFLO adaptive support layer, advanced cooling comfort cover, and antimicrobial treatment.
The MolecularFlo foam is soft, relieves pressure, and remembers shape like memory foam. It also regulates and dissipates heat.
The Molecule mattress topper was created to breathe and release heat, and to promote a favourable environment for deep sleep on the M1 and M2 mattresses.
Molecule foam mattresses are CertiPUR-US certified, which means it is manufactured without chemicals or heavy metals, are phthalate-free and low-VOC. The company uses a variable pressure foaming process that is the most environmentally-friendly in the industry.
Molecule mattresses vary in price with the M2 mattress priced higher than the M1 mattress. The twin-size M1 mattress costs $599 while the California King sells for $1,149. The twin-size M2 mattress costs $1,099, and the California King costs $1,899.
Warranty & Returns
Molecule offers a 100-night sleep trial and a limited lifetime warranty. The Mattress topper is covered by a five-year limited warranty.
Customers are required to keep the mattress for 30 nights before initiating a return. Refunds include the cost of the mattress less any discounts after the mattress is removed from your home by an authorized party from Molecule.
Molecule offers free shipping to all 50 United States, however there are extra costs for delivery to Alaska and Hawaii. Molecule ships its mattress via FedEx. The mattress will arrive compressed inside a four-foot cardboard box. The shipping process usually takes about five-to-seven business days.