WinkBeds are made in the USA from materials that have mbg’s stamp of approval. The mattress cover, for example, is made from tencel, which contains Eucalyptus trees harvested in Forest Stewardship Council-certified forests. From there, the fabric is crafted in such a way that 10-20x less water is required to make it, leaving a significantly smaller carbon footprint in its wake. Its coils are made from triple tempered recycled steel and impurity-free iron, while all WinkBed foams are CertiPUR-US certified, meaning they’re made without ozone depleters, PBDE flame retardants, mercury, lead, heavy metals, formaldehyde, and other prohibited phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
But beyond its impressive sourcing and quality, WinkBeds are made with materials that enhance your overall sleep quality, especially if you’re a side or stomach sleeper. The aforementioned pocket springs, for instance, are designed to flex independently of each other, so that they can move with you and support the pressure points that need extra TLC throughout the night. Included gel foam is motion-canceling, which reduces motion transfer, while the mattress’s foam enhancement offers the lumbar spine targeted support, keeping it aligned as you sleep.
The WinkBed has over 8,000 reviews on the brand’s website alone, with an average 4.8-star rating to boot.
How it arrives:
As far as we can tell, the biggest downside to this mattress is its delivery. Unfortunately, there is no installation process included with your purchase. WinkBed mattresses are delivered in a single, recyclable box to the ground floor of your door or apartment complex.