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DreamCloud vs WinkBeds: How to Make the Right Choice

Updated April 28, 2020

Buying a new mattress is exciting. Nothing beats the right combination of support and comfort after a long day. There is certainly no shortage of mattresses on the market. Since the inception of the mattress-in-a-box online shopping experience, you’re able to shop hundreds of quality options at the click of a mouse.

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As you browse online products, you’re going to run across ones that call out to you, and it can be hard to choose just one. Today, we’re going to make that choice a little bit easier as we analyze DreamCloud vs. Winkbeds, two quality mattresses we’ve handtested.

Whether you’re in the market for something plush and luxurious you can sink into or something with a little more bounce and firmness, keep reading to make the right choice for your needs and preferences.

Why Choose an Innerspring Product?

There are numerous benefits to be taken advantage of in innerspring sleep products, and they make this mattress type by far the most popular. They can feature a variety of coil types including Bonnel coil, continuous coil, and offset coil.

In the case of DreamCloud and Winkbeds, you’ll find an individually-wrapped pocketed coil unit. This is a great choice for a few reasons:

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  • Great contouring ability
  • Cuts down on motion transfer, a big plus for sleep partners
  • Excellent for use in hybrid mattresses
  • Typically more durable
  • Often able to sustain more weight

Products like continuous coil cause the entire mattress to move when you get in and out of bed. They are often cheaply made. Both Winkbeds and Dreamcloud made for a very steady sleep surface with low motion isolation.

If motion transfer is your primary concern, I think you’ll appreciate the five layers of memory foam included in the DreamCloud mattress. However, if you’re more interested in a little extra bounce for mobility, WinkBeds may be more up your alley.

Layer Comparison

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One of the most important aspects of mattress shopping is understanding the layer construction and what it means. Each of these products is a total of 15 inches thick, so let’s take a look at how each manufacturer filled this space.

Dreamcloud

Cover

DreamCloud features a hand-tufted, cashmere cover. Its super-fine fibers make it very soft. Hand-tufting is an intricate process that works to connect the top and bottom of the mattress and takes one to two hours for DreamCloud’ artisan stitchers to complete. Hand-tufting improves durability. In the queen-sized model I tried out, there were 30 individual tufts.

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Euro Top

Next, we find the Euro top layer is composed of:

  • 1 centimeter of gel-infused memory foam that works to keep you cool
  • 2 ½ centimeters of quilted memory foam for added comfort
  • Layer of natural latex for added bounce

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Support Layers

The seventh layer of the DreamCloud mattress is the thickest, and it’s here we find the BestRest coils. Finally, DreamCloud reinforces proper alignment with a 4-centimeter layer of high-density, super soft memory foam. This combination of memory foam, coils, and latex was the first both my sleep partner and I gave a thumbs up.

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Winkbeds

Cover

The cover of this product is made of Tencel, a botanical-based fiber derived from the eucalyptus plant. Its natural cooling and moisture-wicking properties make it a good fabric for people who tend to sleep hot. Consumers can rest assured pulp production comes from responsibly-managed forests as the cover is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and OEKO-TEX.

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Euro Pillowtop

The first two inches below the cover is comprised of the Euro pillowtop. The hypersoft foam in this layer offers pressure relief without leaving a body impression that’s standard in traditional memory foam. It works with the stabilizing gel foam to reduce motion transfer.