GoodMorning.com manufactures the Brunswick, a hybrid mattress exclusively available in Canada. Its cooling and breathable materials make it a great option for hot sleepers. The medium-firm feel is also ideal for back and stomach sleepers. The Brunswick is durable and long-lasting, making it a great value for the price.
Ideal for lightweight, average weight, and heavyweight back sleepers.
Ideal for lightweight, average weight, and heavyweight stomach sleepers.
Ideal for hot sleepers who would like to stay cool at night.
Offers excellent motion isolation and other features with couples in mind.
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GoodMorning is a Canadian mattress retailer that makes and sells mattresses exclusively in Canada. It is popular for making a variety of mattress models, such as the Novosbed, Full Moon, Logan & Cove, and Douglas.
The Brunswick, one of GoodMorning.com’s mattresses, is a 12” hybrid bed that features a comfort layer of memory foam and a support core of individually pocketed coils. It is breathable and cool, so it would be a great option for hot sleepers.
In this review, you will learn about the Brunswick mattress’:
- Pros and cons.
- Unboxing experience.
- Feel and comfort.
- Performance test results.
- Construction and design.
- Warranty policies, company policies, and all the FAQs you might want to know.
Continue reading below if you want to know if Brunswick lives up to what it promises.
Brunswick Mattress Overview
- Has a Good Cooling Performance: The Brunswick mattress is a hybrid bed, so it has a support core of individually pocketed coils. This allows the bed to be more breathable, as it allows for a steady airflow through its layers.
- Bouncy: Thanks to its support core of individually encased coils, the Brunswick mattress has a bouncy feel to it. This buoyancy would allow you to toss and turn all you want, without feeling stuck in your bed.
- Comes with a Generous Trial Period: The Brunswick mattress comes with a 120-night free trial period. This would allow you to take your time to try out your newly purchased mattress before making any decisions.
- Only Available in Canada: The Brunswick mattress is made in Canada and is a part of GoodMorning.com’s mattress line. Therefore, it is exclusively available for Canadian mattress shoppers.
- Not Suitable for Strict Side Sleepers: Side sleepers typically opt for a mattress that is on the softer side and can cradle their pressure points. Yet, the Brunswick mattress is a medium-firm bed, so side sleepers may experience some pressure buildup in their hips and shoulders while sleeping on it.
Who do we Recommend the Brunswick for
- Hot Sleepers: If you tend to sleep hot or live in a warm area, then a mattress with good cooling performance is essential for you. The Brunswick mattress features cooling, breathable materials that allow it to sleep cool all night.
- Combination Sleepers: Combination sleepers need a bouncy mattress that helps them change sleeping positions freely. Due to its coils, the Brunswick has a responsive feel that promotes easy mobility.
- Back and Stomach Sleepers: As a hybrid mattress, the Brunswick strikes the perfect balance between comfort and support, which is ideal for back and stomach sleepers. Sleeping on it, those folks will feel lifted on the bed surface and not sink too much into it. This gives them perfect spinal alignment and promotes healthy, pain-free sleep.
- Couples: Couples appreciate the Brunswick mattress's motion isolation and edge support. Its individually wrapped coils prevent motion transfer and provide a stable sleep surface around the perimeter.
Unboxing the Brunswick Mattress
Like most of GoodMorning.com's mattresses, the Brunswick arrived compressed in a box. It is a bit heavy, so make sure to have someone help you set it up. To unbox it, simply take it out of the box, put it on your desired bed, carefully cut the plastic wrap, and let it expand.
The Brunswick took a few hours to fully expand to its full 12-inch size. We also noticed that the mattress expanded to its very edges, making the bed look nicer and more supportive.
Most bed-in-a-box mattresses release an irritating odor once they are unboxed, which is called off-gassing. However, the Brunswick only released a faint smell that dissipated with good airflow. This ensures that it does not contain many chemicals or toxins.
Overall, we found the Brunswick mattress unboxing experience to be easy and hassle-free.
Firmness, Feel, and Comfort For the Brunswick Mattress
The Brunswick Mattress Firmness
The firmness of any mattress depends on your body weight and preferred sleeping position, making it a subjective matter that differs from person to person. However, it is important to choose a mattress that meets your individual needs. A mattress that is too firm or soft for you may negatively impact your sleep health and overall well-being.
The Brunswick mattress scored a 6/10 on our firmness scale, with 1 being the softest and 10 being the firmest. This makes it a medium-firm mattress, which is a firmness level that meets the needs of a wide range of sleepers.
As a medium-firm bed, the Brunswick is an ideal option for back sleepers, as they experience a combination of comfort and support, which is what they need. It would also be excellent for stomach sleepers, as it would support them and prevent their hips from sinking too much. Side sleepers, however, may feel that this bed is too firm for them, which could cause tension buildup in the hips and shoulders.
The Brunswick Mattress Feel
When we first tried sleeping on the Brunswick mattress, we immediately felt its soft, cloud-like Euro-top cover. This cover gives the mattress a soft, comfortable feel and allows it to easily conform to your body’s contours. The mattress also felt cool to the touch, thanks to its cooling layer of gel memory foam.
Besides the comfort layer of the Brunswick, we also felt the comfort and support the zoned pocketed coil system brought. It provides the right amount of support where you need it most, allowing for maximum pressure relief and comfort.
The Brunswick Mattress Comfort
The amount of comfort you get from any mattress also depends on your body weight, preferred sleeping position, and the kind of materials you like. Therefore, if you are a fan of the classic hybrid feel, this mattress would be a good option for you.
For back sleepers, the Brunswick should be both comfortable and supportive. It would keep those folks lifted on the sleep surface, providing them with the best alignment. Moreover, the Euro-top design would help fill in their lumbar area, giving them optimal comfort.
Stomach sleepers would also get a lot of comfort from this bed. It would support their bodies and keep them in a perfect sleeping posture. Yet, heavy-weight stomach sleepers may experience slight sinkage in their hips.
Lightweight side sleepers, however, would feel that the Brunswick is too firm for their liking. Being on the firmer side would make them feel some pressure buildup in their shoulders and hips. Therefore, a softer mattress would be a better option for them.
|Sleepers Weight||Back Sleepers||Side Sleepers||Stomach Sleepers|
|Lightweight (Under 150 lb)||Excellent||Good||Excellent|
|Average (150 – 250 lb)||Very Good||Very Good||Very Good|
|Above Average (Over 250 lb)||Very Good||Excellent||Good|
Constructions, Materials, and Design
Materials and Design
The Brunswick is a 12-inch hybrid mattress, meaning it is made with a combination of foam and coil layers. It has a comfort layer of gel memory foam that conforms to the body, providing optimal pressure relief and comfort. It also has a support core of zoned individually wrapped pocketed coils that provide support where you need it most. The Brunswick's layers are encased in a soft Euro-top cover that adds to its breathability and enhances its pressure relief performance.
Here is what is inside the Brunswick mattress:
- Cover: The Brunswick has a stretchy and ventilated cover that is made with polyester, spandex, and hemp. While hemp feels similar to cotton, it is somewhat more robust and can be a lot more durable.
- Comfort Layer: The Pillowtop comfort layer of this mattress consists of three thin layers of gel memory foam. This gives the mattress a great pressure relief performance, as memory foam has a slow response to pressure. This allows the Brunswick to cradle your pressure points, providing you with maximum comfort and pressure relief. While memory foam tends to trap the heat, these layers are infused with gel, which keeps your bed cool and comfortable throughout the night.
- Support Core: The support core of this mattress is made with zoned, individually encased pocketed coils. The zoned system allows the coils to give you more support at the heavier parts of your body, which prevents excessive sinkage. It also gives the mattress strong edges, so you can use the entire sleep surface of your bed freely.
Performance of the Brunswick Mattress
If you tend to overheat while sleeping or live in a warm area, the cooling performance of your mattress would be essential for you. We assessed Brunswick mattress’s cooling performance by doing our standard test
The first test was that we took 20-minute naps on each side and examined how cool the mattress remained. We found that the mattress remained cool in all sleeping positions.
Thanks to its individually pocketed coils support core, the Brunswick has good ventilation and the air flows through its layers freely. It also has gel memory foam layers that allow it to sleep cool and comfortable all night.
Therefore, we rated the Brunswick mattress’ cooling performance a 4.8/5.
Good responsiveness means that your mattress is bouncy enough and allows for smooth and easy movement.
We tested the Brunswick mattress’ responsiveness by placing a 20lb ball onto the surface and then removing it. This helps us examine how fast the mattress recovers to its original form after being compressed.
When we did this test, we found that the Brunswick recovered to its original shape in 1.2 seconds. This shows that it has a bouncy, buoyant feel to it that promotes smooth mobility. This makes it a great option for combination sleepers, as they would change sleeping positions, without feeling trapped inside the mattress.
We rated the Brunswick mattress’ responsiveness performance a 4.5/5.
If you share a bed with a partner, then motion isolation is super important to you, because no one wants to wake up in the middle of the night because of their partner's tossing and turning.
We evaluated the Brunswick mattress’ motion isolation performance by running a couple of tests.
The first test was that we placed a glass full of water on one side of the mattress, and dropped a heavy ball on the other side. This test allows us to observe how much motion is transferred to the water glass. When we did this test, we found that the glass of water moved a little when we dropped the ball.
The second test consists of rolling on one side of the bed and having our partner report how much movement is felt on the other side. Our partner reported that some movement was felt on the other side of the bed.
Being a hybrid mattress, the Brunswick is expected to transfer some motion from one side of the bed to the other. However, it is not to the extent of causing sleep disruption for light sleepers.
We rated the Brunswick mattress’ motion isolation performance a 4.7/5.
Edge support is important if you are looking for a new mattress. A mattress with good edge support would make you feel well-supported, and allow you to utilize the entire sleeping surface of the mattress, without feeling that you are going to roll out of the bed. Strong edges also add to the mattress’ durability, as sleeping near the center of the mattress all the time may lead to premature sagging.
We assessed the Brunswick mattress’ edge support by running a couple of our standard tests.
The first test we did was that we applied pressure to the edges of the mattress to see how much it sank. This test indicates if the mattress has strong edges that allow you to freely use the entire bed surface. While doing this test, we found that the edges of the mattress only sank a little.
The second test we did consisted of sitting on the edges of the mattress and observing how well it held our body weight. The results of the second test were nearly the same, as it did a decent job at holding the weight of our body.
Thanks to having individually wrapped coils by its perimeter, the Brunswick has good edge support that would allow you to use the entire sleep surface of your bed, without worrying about falling.
We rated the Brunswick mattress’ edge support performance a solid 4.5/5.
We did our standard noise test to examine if the Brunswick mattress causes any noises or squeaks. Our noise test involves dropping a heavy ball on the surface of the mattress, and reporting how much noise it makes using highly sensitive mics.
When we performed our noise test, we found the Brunswick mattress was silent. It causes a faint noise due to having coils in its construction. However, even if you are a light sleeper, you will enjoy a calm, pleasant sleeping experience while sleeping on this bed.
We rated the Brunswick mattress’ noise performance a 4.7/5.
We decide if a mattress is a good option for sex based on a number of elements: bounce, edge support, and cooling performance. Based on the results of our tests, the Brunswick should be a good option for sex.
The Brunswick mattress features a number of cooling and breathable materials that allow it to remain cool and comfortable all night. It also has a bouncy, buoyant feel to it, so it promotes easy movement on its surface. Moreover, the Brunswick has a decent edge support performance, so you won’t have to worry about rolling out of bed at any point.
Therefore, we rated the Brunswick mattress’ sex performance a 4.4/5.
When we sleep, we usually feel pressure building in certain body parts, which are called pressure points. So, it is advisable to opt for a mattress that relieves your pressure points.
We tested the Brunswick mattress’ pressure relief performance by taking a 20-minute nap on the mattress and reporting the pressure caused by different body parts. The pressure map below indicates how the mattress responds to each sleeping position.
Back Sleeping - The mattress feels comfortable for back sleepers. Its Euro-top cover fills in their lumbar area, which cushions their back perfectly. Its pocketed coils also keep them well lifted on the surface and prevent excessive sinkage.
Side Sleeping - Side sleepers may feel that this mattress is too firm for them. Therefore, they may experience some pressure buildup in their shoulders and hips.
Stomach Sleepers - Stomach sleepers should feel comfortable sleeping on this mattress. It keeps them in a good alignment and prevents their hips from sinking too much.
We rated the Brunswick mattress’ pressure relief performance a 4.6/5.
Brunswick Warranty and Company Policies
The Brunswick mattress comes with a 15-year warranty.
The Brunswick comes with a generous 120-night free trial period. This gives you enough time to test your newly purchased mattress and decide if it is the best fit for you. It is noteworthy, though, that GoodMorning.com advises that you give yourself at least 30 nights of sleeping on the Brunswick before making any decisions.
If you feel that the Brunswick mattress is not the best option for you, you can return it for free within the 120-night free trial period. However, note that GoodMorning.com requires you to try your newly purchased Brunswick for a 30-night break-in period, before deciding to return it.
The Brunswick is shipped for free across Canada. However, shipping to remote locations may cost a shipping fee. The mattress takes about 1-5 business days to arrive at your doorstep.
The table below shows the different pricing and size options for the Brunswick mattress. Note that the below prices are before any discounts.
|Twin||38″ x 74″ x 12″||C$799|
|Twin XL||38″ x 80″ x 12″||C$849|
|Full||54″ x 75″ x 12″||C$899|
|Queen||60″ x 80″ x 12″||C$999|
|King||76″ x 80″ x 12″||C$1199|
|Cal King||72″ x 84″ x 12″||C$1199|
The Brunswick is within the average price of hybrid mattresses. It is also made with premium products that give it a long lifespan. Therefore, the Brunswick mattress is considered a good value for its money.
|Warranty||15-Year Warranty Mattress|
|Trial||120-Nights Free Trial!|
|Return Policy||Free Returns|
|Shipping||Free Shipping in Canada|
|Financing Options||Zero Interest - Via Affirm|
|Country of Origin||Proudly made in Canada|
FAQs about the Brunswick Mattress
Who does the Brunswick suit the best?
The Brunswick is a medium-firm hybrid mattress, so it works for a wide range of sleepers. However, it would be an excellent choice for back and stomach sleepers.
What is the Brunswick made with?
The Brunswick is a hybrid mattress, so it is made with a combination of foam and coil layers. It has a comfort layer of gel memory foam and a support core of zoned, individually wrapped coils.
Does GoodMorning.com require a break-in period?
Yes, GoodMorning.com requires you to try your mattress for at least 30 nights, before deciding to return it.
The Brunswick is a hybrid mattress sold by the Canadian mattress retailer GoodMorning.com. It is a medium-firm mattress, so it can be an excellent option for back and stomach sleepers who need a mattress that is both comfortable and supportive.
If you are looking for a cooling hybrid mattress with great edge support and motion isolation performances, the Brunswick mattress would be a good option for you.
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