Is Helix Sleep a good mattress for hot sleepers? How good are their cooling features?
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Tuck.com analyzed over 300 reviews from 11 different sources for their review, in which they gave Helix Sleep a rating of Good (below Very Good and Excellent) for Temperature Neutrality, saying, "Helix mattresses tend to sleep somewhat cool compared to other hybrids, as polyfoam retains less body heat than memory foam."
Mattress Clarity give Helix a 4.6/5 rating for "Doesn't Sleep Hot" and support this by saying, "You shouldn’t be sleeping hot on a Helix mattress. The coils allow for nice airflow and there is an optional Ultra Cool Cover as well."
The Sleep Judge says, "The dynamic foam doesn’t sleep as hot as memory foam, and you can make it clear in your questionnaire that you sleep hot and get more heat-reducing material to keep things cool at night."
Helix Sleep was founded just in 2014, but is steadily growing as a company and are based in New York City. Helix Sleep has received the attention of media agencies such ad GQ, Forbes and Cosmopolitan.
Helix Sleep is actually dedicated to the science of sleep and you can learn a lot from them... and this linked page also includes information and their take on tempurature regulation. You will find it towards the bottom.
Helix Sleep's technology uses polyurethane foam which is more open-cell than materials such as latex memory foam.
Polyurethane foam's structure is more open and thus enables heat to travel outwards and away from your body quickly.
More information available on Helix Sleep's website.
Update: we've found 7 more hybrid mattresses stores that currently offer cooling features and 72 home & garden stores that are offering cooling features . You can also view all 72 stores that offer cooling features across all categories.