- Better Support – Purple Hybrid’s pocket coils give better support for a wider range of sleepers. There is also a firmer feel than on the original Purple. Heavy people will prefer how Purple Hybrid keeps them afloat.
- Taller Height/Thickness – Purple Hybrid is 11 inches in height. Purple is 9.5-inch thick. Taller mattresses give better support and more comfort, especially to heavy weight sleepers.
- Better For Stomach Sleepers – The pocket coils in Purple Hybrid work better for stomach sleepers. The mattress keeps the hips, abdomen and spine in neutral alignment. This helps to prevent lower back pain.
- More Expensive – Purple costs $1,099 for queen-size. Purple Hybrid is more expensive at $1,599. Shoppers on a low budget should consider more affordable, quality alternatives like Nectar.
- Sleeps Cooler – There is better cooling on Purple Hybrid. Pocket coils and the Purple Grid ensure great airflow. Few mattresses on the market provide better temperature regulation.
- Same Trial & Warranty – Both Purple and Purple Hybrid come with the same trial period and warranty. Customers can test out the mattresses risk-free for 100 nights. A 10-year warranty protects against material and manufacturing defects.
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