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Tobert | Medium

Tobert | Medium

Conforming Comfort + Hybrid Support

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96+ people bought

  • Excellent for Pressure Point Relief
  • Premium Support System offers Total Perimeter Edge Support and Motion Isolation
  • Good for All Sleeper Weights
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    In stock. Delivery by June 17

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    Construction of Mattress:

    4 Layer Design + Hybrid Cover

    • Ultra Conforming ThermoBalance® Cooling Cover with Phase Change® Technology
    • 3" Layer of ThermaGel Memory Foam
    • 1.5” Layer of 2.0lb Density Super Soft Support Foam
    • 1,057 Quantum Elite® Individually Pocketed Coil System with Quantum® Edge Steel Perimeter
    • 1.5” Layer of HD Base Foam


    All foams meet CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability, and are analyzed by independent, accredited testing laboratories.

    Protected by a chemical-free and fiberglass-free fire barrier meeting 16 CFR 1633 and 16 CFR 1632 compliance


    This mattress is backed by a 10-year warranty from the manufacturer. For full details, please read our warranty information here.

    Where it’s made

    American Craftsmanship: Made in Oklahoma.

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    Explore the Premium Quality of each Layer

    Experience the Tobert Medium Hybrid Mattress: a blend of conforming comfort and robust hybrid support. Ideal for side and back sleepers, it features ThermaGel Memory Foam and a 1,057 Quantum Elite® Coil System for pressure point relief and temperature regulation. The ThermoBalance® Cooling Cover ensures a cool, restful sleep. Perfect for all sleeper weights, it promises durability and optimal pain relief.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What does 2.0lb density foam mean in mattress layers?

    The density of foam in mattresses, such as a 2.0lb density foam, is a critical factor that influences the mattress's performance, durability, and comfort. Foam density is measured in pounds per cubic foot (PCF) and indicates how much foam is used per square foot of the mattress. A 2.0lb density foam means that one cubic foot of this foam material weighs 2 pounds.

    This particular density is considered to be in the medium-density range. Mattresses with medium-density foam, like 2.0lb, strike a balance between softness and support. They are generally more durable than lower-density foams but are not as firm as higher-density varieties. This level of density is suitable for most sleepers as it offers a good mix of comfort and longevity. Medium-density foams typically conform well to the body's shape, providing better pressure relief than lower-density foams, without compromising on support.

    A 2.0lb density foam is also a smart choice in terms of durability. While it may not last as long as high-density foams, it tends to outperform and outlast lower-density materials. It's less susceptible to sagging and maintains its shape and support over a longer period.

    In terms of temperature neutrality, lower-density foams like 2.0lb generally perform better than high-density foams. They offer better airflow and do not retain as much body heat, making them a suitable option for those who sleep hot.

    When considering the firmness of a mattress, it's important to note that density and firmness are not the same. While higher density often correlates with firmer mattresses, a 2.0lb density foam can still be used in mattresses that are overall soft or medium-firm, depending on the combination of other materials used in the mattress.

    In summary, 2.0lb density foam in mattress layers is an excellent choice for regular use, offering a good compromise between comfort, support, and durability. It's suitable for a wide range of sleepers, providing the necessary support without being too firm or too soft.

    How do Individual Pocketed Coil mattresses differ from Hybrid mattresses?

    Both Individual Pocketed Coil and Hybrid mattresses typically use individual pocketed coils for their support system. However, there are key differences. A Hybrid mattress often features premium specialty foams, such as Gel Memory Foam, on the top layer. Its cover is usually a 'floating' design, smooth and unquilted, similar to foam mattresses like Tempur-Pedic. This design allows you to lie directly on the specialty foam, providing a unique feel.

    In contrast, Individual Pocketed Coil mattresses typically have a traditional quilted top. This quilted layer incorporates foam, offering a different type of comfort compared to the smoother, more direct feel of a Hybrid mattress. While Individual Pocketed Coil mattresses may also include specialty foams like those in Hybrid mattresses, the primary distinction lies in the mattress's initial feel and appearance.

    The Hybrid mattress concept was developed to offer the feel of an all-foam mattress, like Tempur-Pedic, combined with the support of individual pocketed coils found in traditional mattresses. Hence, the term "Hybrid" reflects the fusion of these two design principles, aiming to provide both comfort and support.

    What are the benefits of a ThermoBalance® Cooling Quilt in mattresses?

    The ThermoBalance® Cooling Quilt is a specialized fabric integrated into mattresses, designed to enhance sleep quality by regulating body temperature. Made from viscose derived from wood pulp, it features unique hollow fibers that naturally wick away moisture. This advanced technology helps to dissipate body heat, maintaining a thermally balanced sleep environment. Beyond its temperature-regulating capabilities, the fabric offers a soft, silky touch, adding an extra layer of comfort. The ThermoBalance® quilt ensures that you sleep comfortably without overheating, embodying a perfect blend of luxury and performance for an optimal sleeping experience.

    What is 360-degree edge support on a mattress?

    360-degree edge support in a mattress refers to the reinforcement around the entire perimeter of the bed. This support is vital for several reasons:

    1. Preventing Sagging: It helps prevent sagging at the edges, maintaining the mattress's shape and structure over time.

    2. Increased Usable Surface Area: With strong edge support, the entire surface of the mattress becomes usable for sleeping and other activities, such as sitting. This is particularly beneficial for couples, as it allows them to use the full mattress without the fear of rolling off.

    3. Ease of Mobility: For individuals with mobility issues or those who experience back or joint pain, a firm edge support makes getting in and out of bed easier. It provides a stable base to sit on and assists in transitioning from sitting to standing.

    The construction of 360-degree edge support can vary. In some mattresses, this involves using firmer foam or high-density foam wrapped around the core mattress, providing extra support. In others, particularly in hybrid mattresses, the edge support is achieved with coils placed close to the sides.

    What is the Quantum Edge steel support in mattresses?

    The Quantum Edge steel support in mattresses features a unique construction with narrow-diameter thicker gauge wire Quantum coils at the sides, head, and foot. This design enhances edge support, offering a firmer and more supportive edge than traditional mattresses. The Quantum Edge system replaces foam encasement, providing a sturdy seating edge and expanding the usable sleep surface. The Quantum steel narrow coils that provide the edge support allow the mattress to be a little more flexible compared to foam encased edge support when using on an adjustable base. Additionally, its design promotes 28% more airflow and breathability when comparing to a foam encased edge support, contributing to a comfortable sleep experience.

    What are the benefits of ThermaGel Memory Foam in mattresses?

    ThermaGel Memory Foam is an advanced type of memory foam infused with ThermaGel particles, engineered to provide both comfort and support. This material adapts to the unique body shape of the sleeper, offering superior support for joints and pressure points. The key feature of ThermaGel Memory Foam is its ability to regulate temperature. The infused ThermaGel particles work effectively to disperse heat away from the body, maintaining a cool and comfortable sleeping surface throughout the night. This makes ThermaGel Memory Foam especially beneficial for those who tend to sleep hot or live in warmer climates. The breathable nature of the foam, combined with the cooling properties of ThermaGel, enhances the overall sleep experience by ensuring a balanced temperature. Additionally, the adaptability of the foam contributes to relieving pressure and supporting the body efficiently, thereby extending the life of the mattress.

    How does Phase Change Material (PCM) enhance the comfort of a mattress?

    PCM, or Phase Change Material, in a mattress is an innovative technology designed for temperature regulation, enhancing sleep comfort. These materials change their state (solid, liquid, or vapor) in response to temperature variations. In the context of mattresses, PCMs typically shift from solid to liquid as they absorb heat, creating a cooling effect. This process also works in reverse, where they release heat as they solidify, thus warming up the mattress if it gets too cold. This bidirectional thermoregulation helps maintain an optimal sleeping temperature by redistributing body heat from warmer areas to cooler ones. PCMs are often incorporated into mattress covers or infused into the foam layers, especially in memory foam mattresses, to mitigate heat retention, a common issue with this mattress type. This technology not only enhances sleep quality by maintaining a comfortable temperature but also contributes to the durability and performance of the mattress.