How well do Lucid Mattress mattresses isolate motion?
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When it comes to motion isolation, Sleepopolis says this about Lucid mattresses: "Though memory foam is usually pretty good at absorbing motion and dispersing it evenly throughout a mattress, the Lucid didn’t perform that well on this motion transfer test. I’d attribute this to its simple design, which lacks any sort of fabrication geared toward containing movement. Unfortunately, this means you’re likely to feel your partner tossing and turning in the night."
Tuck.com, who analyzed over 9,000 reviews to come to their conclusions, gave Lucid Mattress a rating between Good and Very Good (depending on the mattress) and said, "The memory foam mattresses from Lucid minimize a significant amount of transfer. The thick comfort layers of the latex and hybrid models also provide good motion isolation."
It depends on which type of mattress that you buy. Lucid has both memory foam and latex which have different properties and thus perform differently under the context of motion isolation.
Don't get me wrong, both types are great for motion isolation, it's just the materials and mechanisms of achieving motion isolation that vary.
In general, latex is considered to be as the best foam for isolating motion and luckily Lucid offers this type of material.
More information available on Lucid Mattress' website.