Should I buy a Simba Mattress?
The Simba Hybrid mattress would certainly be one of our most recommended mattress buys. It is consistently popular with both customers and the press, and has built a well-deserved reputation as a great investment.
So, what kind of sleepers does the Simba mattress suit? The fact that it’s a hybrid mattress gives the Simba a different feel to traditional memory foam mattresses. The combination of latex and microcoils helps the mattress to respond to pressure quickly and the mattress has better edge support than many of its competitors (due, in no small part to the extra layer of foam placed around the coils). The Simba Hybrid mattress isn’t the firmest on the market, so would be rated as of a medium firmness.
As with all mattresses, the Simba Hybrid doesn’t suit everyone. The most common complaint is that the mattress is too hot so, whilst the materials are very breathable, it’s probably not the best choice if you’re naturally a very warm person! However, the Simba Hybrid Pro has an extra layer of wool, which is specifically designed to help with cooling so this would be a good choice for warmer customers.
Some users also reported the Simba mattress ‘dipping’ on one side, particularly those of a heavier build. It is, obviously, important to turn these ‘bed in a box’ mattresses regularly and this can help prevent dipping on one side. In addition, Simba do provide extra side support to help try and combat this issue. We’d also suggest buying a bigger size mattress if possible, so that you’re sleeping away from the edges of the mattress.
With much to recommend it, the Simba mattress is definitely a top contender for those in the market for a new mattress. Our Simba Hybrid mattress review will hopefully help you decide if it’s the one for you!