Many of us are making strides towards living a more eco-friendly life, and that can include your mattress. This weekend at Nolah Sleep you can save up to $650 on the Natural 11 latex hybrid, a hypoallergenic mattress designed with natural and organic materials. We haven't tested this model but we have tried another option from this brand – head to our Nolah Evolution 15 mattress review to see what we thought.
Use our exclusive discount code TGNOLAH at checkout to save an extra $50 on top of the sale price, and check our Nolah Mattress coupon page to see if there are any other discounts that could help you save on your sleep.
The Natural 11 uses a mix of Talalay latex, organic cotton and GOTS organic wool to create a breathable and comfortable sleeping surface. The benefits to your sleep comfort include deeper pressure relief, plus targeted support for different areas of your body.
Nolah Sleep makes some of the best mattresses in America, and this chance to save up to $650 means now is a good time to buy the Natural 11 organic mattress as you’ll be saving the most. You’ll get a 120-night trial to try it out at home, and the mattress comes with a Lifetime warranty.
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Save up to $650 - Here’s your chance to save an extra $50 on top of the sale price listed on Nolah’s site when you use the code TGNOLAH at checkout. The Natural 11 is made with cooling and contouring Talalay latex, plus organic cotton and breathable wool, with Tri-Zone coils delivering targeted support. This is the best discount we have seen on the Natural 11 for a while, making now a good time to buy.
This 11” tall natural mattress is rated a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale, and would suit most sleeping positions, especially back and stomach sleepers looking for a medium-firm bed.
There are six layers packed into the Nolah Natural 11, starting with a cooling cover created with GOTS certified organic cotton. This is followed by GOTS organic wool (a material used in many cooling mattresses), a 2” later of Talalay latex for pressure relief, and further layers of supportive latex, wool, cotton, and Nolah’s own HDMax Tri-Zone support coils for extra sleep comfort and back support (good news if you have back pain).
Nolah runs a 120-night mattress trial, and if you change your mind during that time, the brand will collect the mattress and donate it to charity. While shipping is free, you will have to pay a $99 fee for returns. Some brands offer free shipping and returns, while others, such as Saatva, also charge a returns fee.
This article is part of Tom’s Guide’s Sleep Awareness Week 2022 celebration, running until Saturday 19 March. Stay tuned for plenty of sleep tips, advice and expert-rated products to help you sleep better this year.