- Sleep Improvement: 19/20
- Value: 17/20
- Materials: 18/20
- Firmness: 18/20
- Shipping and Returns: 20/20
Some people splurge on shoes or bags; I'm all about a good night's sleep. If I have to pay more money for a high-quality mattress that will last me years longer than a $500 one, count me in. So, after seeing more than 1,200 people rate the Nest Bedding Finch Mattress 4.6 out of 5 stars, I had to try it out. Months later, I'm still as into it as I was on Day One. Here's why.
It's Supportive Without Being Rock-Hard.
This bed is deceivingly firm. Upon lying on it you get a plush feel, but you won't sink into it and have to fight your way out of bed later. The meat of it is actually quite firm and supportive (which was a lovely surprise). I have always been immediately drawn to plush mattresses, but as I get older, I've discovered firmer builds are much better for support. With this model, you can select medium or firm, and if you and your partner prefer different feels, you can even choose an internal split for a half-and-half option.
Each mattress is made to order, which means it'll take a little more time to get to you, but the craftsmanship is worth it. The Finch is made of layers of comfort foam and OEKO-TEX certified Dunlop Latex, which are aired out in the factory, so you don't have as much of a funky smell when you first unroll it as you get with most boxed mattresses.
The plush, one-and-a-half-inch thick pillow top is luxuriously comfortable, and if you or your partner toss and turn, you won't notice because the bed will absorb the movement to keep you still. It's designed to keep your spine neutral so you can avoid any aches and pains, and I definitely noticed this during my time using the bed. My sleep quality has drastically improved, and I can honestly say I wake up feeling well rested. My sister (who is very pregnant) stayed with me for a bit and raved over how comfortable my bed was and woke up with no back pains for the first time in a while.