How well do WinkBeds mattresses isolate motion?
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When it comes to motion isolation, Tuck.com, after analyzing almost 200 reviews, gave WinkBeds a score of Good (with Very Good and Excellent being higher). They said, "Multiple foam layers allow the WinkBed to isolate motion transfer to a greater extent than other innersprings, according to owners."
Sleepopolis judged WinkBed's ability to isolate motion by doing a weight drop test. They found "The initial drop is from 4 inches, and it appears as though the foam layers up top do a good job dampening the motion. This drop is to simulate someone adjusting their sleep position on the other side of the bed, and with a result like the one above I would not worry too much about being disturbed in your sleep.
The 8 and 12 inch drops show high spikes of disturbance, which is to be expected as the higher drops get a little deeper into the mattress. These spikes are generally bigger than pure foam mattress options, but perform above average for other mattresses with similar construction."
Mattress Clarity gave WinkBeds a rating of 3.5/5 for Motion Transfer, and said this about their video test, "As you can see, it does quite well. It’s not as good as a memory foam mattress for motion transfer, but performs very well for an innerspring mattress."