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Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress Review:
Sturdy Support with Plush Cushioning

UPDATED

Written by Katie Kottemann

Reviewed by Dr. Michael Breus

Expert Tested

Table of Contents

Mattress Review

Titan Plus Luxe

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Details

  • Type: Hybrid

  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6)

  • Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King, Split California King

  • Price Range: $674 – $1,648

  • Warranty: 10 Year, Limited

Highlights

  • Hybrid construction offers a contouring and supportive sleep surface
  • High-gauge coils around the perimeter provide impressive edge support
  • Optional cooling cover can be added to enhance temperature regulation

Drawbacks

  • Sleepers under 230 pounds may prefer a softer mattress
  • May produce an off-gassing odor after unpacking
  • Coils in the support core allow for some motion transfer

Sleep Doctor’s Take: Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress

The Titan Plus Luxe Mattress combines memory foam and low-gauge pocketed coils engineered for the needs of sleepers weighing more than 230 pounds. Its reinforced perimeter provides excellent edge support, while its breathable design effectively regulates temperature. We were also impressed with its durability and ease of movement, which make it a great choice for couples as well.

Titan Plus Luxe Hybrid Mattress: An Introduction

The Titan Plus Luxe is a hybrid mattress sold by Brooklyn Bedding, a well-known bedding manufacturer. The Titan Plus Luxe is an upgrade from the company’s Titan Plus mattress, offering a slightly softer surface, an added layer of transitional polyfoam, and a thicker layer of pocketed coils.

The Titan Plus Luxe combines memory foam and pocketed coils for a contouring yet resilient feel that we rate as medium firm (6) on our 10-point firmness scale. Its cover includes gel-infused memory foam engineered for a cooler sleep. For an additional fee, customers can opt for a sewn-in cover made with phase change material to further enhance temperature control.

We’ll discuss how the Titan Plus Luxe performed across the categories we reviewed during our in-house testing process, including pressure relief, edge support, and motion isolation. We’ll also cover the mattress’ construction, availability, and cost.

How We Review

Our team of testers uses a comprehensive methodology when testing and rating each mattress. These insights can help you decide what features are most important when choosing a mattress and if the Titan Plus Luxe fits your expectations.

What’s It Like to Sleep on the Titan Luxe Hybrid?

The Titan Plus Luxe Hybrid Mattress balances softness and support. Layers of dense polyfoam and thick pocketed coils create a solid foundation, while the top layer of memory foam contours slightly to the body. This mattress’ medium firm (6) feel gives it a somewhat softer surface compared to the original Titan Plus.

The Titan Plus Luxe’s softer feel makes it a great fit for people who want a mattress that provides support for those over 230 pounds without feeling too firm. The Titan Plus Luxe also excels in edge support and durability, making it a great choice for couples.

Titan Plus Luxe Hybrid Mattress Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Gel-infused memory foam promotes temperature control
  • Performs well for couples and most sleepers over 130 pounds
  • Construction provides an even balance of support, contouring, and responsiveness

Cons

  • Probably too firm for side sleepers under 130 pounds
  • Stomach sleepers may need a firmer mattress with added support under the midsection
  • Additional fee for the optional cooling cover

Sleeping Positions, Body Weight, and Firmness

Our testing team rated the Titan Plus Luxe Mattress a 6 on our 10-point firmness scale. This means the mattress has a medium firm feel with mild contouring and little sinkage. 

When looking for a mattress with the right balance of comfort and support, it’s important to consider both your sleep position and body weight. 

We found that the Titan Plus Luxe performed best for our side sleepers over 230 pounds and our back sleepers weighing between 130 and 230 pounds. Most of our testers found the mattress comfortable and supportive regardless of sleep position and body weight. However, our side sleepers under 130 pounds reported that it was too firm for them.

Titan Luxe Hybrid Sleeper Ratings

Under 130 lbs.130-230 lbs.Over 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers2/53/55/5
Back Sleepers3/55/53/5
Stomach Sleepers3/53/53/5

Side Sleepers

Side sleepers often need extra cushioning around the hips and shoulders for proper spinal alignment. Our testers found that the Titan Plus Luxe offered excellent support for side sleepers over 230 pounds. Side sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds found this mattress on par with other hybrids, while those under 130 pounds felt that the bed was too firm.

Back Sleepers

To reduce pressure points, back sleepers usually need a sturdy sleep surface that provides extra support near the hips and lower back. We determined that this mattress performed best for back sleepers who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds. Back sleepers over 230 pounds may prefer the firmer Titan Plus model.

Stomach Sleepers

Stomach sleepers need a mattress that is firm enough to keep their spine aligned while providing proper cushioning for the hips, midsection, and shoulders. Our testers who sleep on their stomach found the Titan Plus Luxe about average for a hybrid mattress, offering slightly less support than the Titan Plus.

Our Performance Ratings

We use a 5-point scale to rate mattresses in a range of performance categories. A score of 5 denotes excellent performance, while a score of 1 means that the mattress performed poorly. 

Pressure Relief

Rating: 3/5

As a medium firm (6) mattress with a layer of contouring memory foam, the Titan Luxe provides pressure relief on par with similarly designed hybrids. A mattress should relieve pressure points by cradling and supporting your body, especially at your shoulders, hips, and lower back. We found that the Titan Luxe provides enough cushion and support for most sleepers.

Temperature Neutrality

Rating: 4/5

During testing, the Titan Plus Luxe effectively regulated temperature and kept cooler than other mattresses that incorporate memory foam. We found that the combination of gel-infused memory foam and breathable pocketed coils helped prevent the mattress from retaining body heat. This means the Titan Plus Luxe is likely to be a good fit for hot sleepers.

Motion Isolation

Rating: 3/5

Our testers found that the Titan Plus Luxe does isolate some motion, thanks to its foam comfort layers. However, its support core consists of 8 inches of pocketed coils, which give the mattress a bit of a bounce. This means you may feel some of your bed partner’s movements as they shift positions or get out of bed.

Edge Support

Rating: 4/5

The support core in the Titan Plus Luxe includes a reinforced edge, helping the bed’s perimeter resist compression better than similar models. This makes it easier to sit on the mattress’ edge or get in and out of bed. For couples, enhanced edge support means a roomier sleep because more of the surface is stable and usable.

Durability

Rating: 4/5

The average lifespan of a hybrid mattress is about seven to eight years. Based on its high-quality materials and construction, we estimate that the Titan Luxe should last a little longer than other hybrids. However, keep in mind that a mattress’ lifespan depends on many factors, including proper care, amount of use, and your sleep position and body type.

Ease of Movement

Rating: 4/5

Our testing team found that the Titan Plus Luxe’s construction enables sleepers to easily move around the bed without sinking too deeply into the surface. Although the layer of memory foam does conform to the body, the layer of TitanFlex foam and the springy pocketed coils give the mattress a resilient surface. This makes it easier to change positions and get into or out of bed without feeling restricted.

Sex

Rating: 3/5

The Titan Luxe provides a responsive yet plush surface, making it a good mattress for sex. The pocketed coils and TitanFlex foam offer moderate bounce, while the gel-infused memory foam is designed to provide temperature control to help couples stay cool. A high level of edge support also allows partners to use the bed’s entire surface. 

Off-Gassing

Rating: 3/5

Off-gassing refers to the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that happens when a compressed mattress is unsealed after delivery. VOCs can have a distinct chemical-like odor, but they are generally not considered harmful. Place your Titan Plus Luxe in a well-ventilated space, and you should notice the smell dissipate fairly quickly.

What Is the Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress Made Of?

The Titan Plus Luxe includes foam in the comfort system and pocketed coils in the support core. These layers are encased in a cotton blend cover quilted with gel-infused memory foam. For an additional fee, a cooling cover can be sewn in that uses a phase change material designed to help regulate body temperature. 

The Titan Plus Luxe’s comfort system also includes 2 inches of TitanFlex polyfoam designed to provide pressure relief. This is followed by 1 inch of Energex foam, which functions as a transitional layer to separate the comfort layers from the support core.

An 8-inch layer of individually pocketed coils makes up the bulk of the bed’s support core. The final layer includes 1 inch of high-density polyfoam to add structure and stability.

Titan Luxe Hybrid Construction Layers

Cover MaterialCotton Blend or Optional Phase Change Material
Comfort Layers1” Gel-Infused Memory Foam (quilted into cover)
2” Polyfoam
1” Transitional Polyfoam
Support Core8” Pocketed Coils1” Polyfoam

How Much Does the Titan Luxe Hybrid Cost?

The Titan Plus Luxe has an average price-point for a hybrid mattress. Typically, queen size hybrid mattresses range in price from $1,600 to $2,200. Opting for the cooling cover increases the cost, which varies according to mattress size. 

SizesPriceDimensionsHeightWeight
Twin$89938” x 75”13”50 lbs.
Twin XL$97438” x 80”13”60 lbs.
Full$1,27453” x 75” 13”65 lbs.
Queen$1,59960” x 80” 13”117 lbs.
King$1,79976” x 80” 13”148 lbs.
California King$1,79972” x 84” 13”148 lbs.
Split King$1,94836” x 84” (2 pcs.)13”130 lbs.

Which Titan Mattress Is Right for You?

In addition to the Titan Plus Luxe Mattress, Brooklyn Bedding also offers the Titan Plus Mattress. Both are hybrid mattresses with a mixture of memory foam and pocketed coils. The Titan Plus rates as firm (8) on our 10-point firmness scale, while the Titan Plus Luxe is medium firm (6). 

Our testing team found that the firmer Titan Plus worked better for back sleepers over 230 pounds, as well as stomach sleepers over 130 pounds. The Titan Plus Luxe was preferred by our side sleepers over 130 pounds, as well as back sleepers under 230 pounds.

Titan Mattresses at a Glance

ModelFirmnessMattress TypeHeightBase Price (Queen)
Titan PlusFirm (8)Hybrid11”$1,249
Titan Plus Luxe Hybrid Medium Firm (6)Hybrid13”$1,599

Discounts and Coupons

Titan provides promo codes and discounts, particularly around holidays like Presidents Day and Black Friday. The company also offers year-round discounts to students, educators, first responders, medical professionals, and military service members.

Where Can You Buy the Titan Luxe Hybrid?

You can buy the Titan Luxe Hybrid online by visiting the Titan or Brooklyn Bedding websites. Some Titan products are also available via third-party retailers like Amazon. Any retail location that sells Brooklyn Bedding products may carry the Titan Luxe, including Brooklyn Bedding showrooms. You can locate the closest Brooklyn Bedding store near you using the website’s location finder.

Buying Information and Customer Policies
AvailabilityThe Titan Luxe Mattress ships to all 50 states and Canada. You can purchase the mattress on either the Titan Mattress or Brooklyn Bedding websites. It’s also available in brick-and-mortar Brooklyn Bedding stores or other stores that sell the brand. 
ShippingYour mattress ships for free via FedEx Ground to the contiguous 48 states. Customers in Alaska and Hawaii pay additional shipping costs, which start at $125. Orders placed in Canada ship via DHL with fees starting at $250. The mattress is shipped compressed in a box. Place it where you’d like and remove it from the box and plastic packaging. It may take up to two days to fully decompress.
Sleep TrialTitan provides a 120-night sleep trial. You must try the mattress for at least 30 nights before initiating a refund or exchange. The company will offer a full refund if the request is made within the trial period. The refund does not include shipping charges, which are non-refundable.
WarrantyA 10-year limited warranty covers manufacturer defects. Brooklyn Bedding may repair or replace the bed if it shows defects in manufacturing or craftsmanship. This includes deep sagging or deterioration despite proper care and use. It does not cover typical wear and tear, like softening or stains.

Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress FAQ

What Is the Weight Capacity of the Titan Luxe Hybrid?

The Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress can support up to 1,000 pounds. You should consider the combined weights of anyone sleeping on the bed to determine if the mattress will be supportive enough.

Who Makes the Titan Mattress?

The Titan Mattress is made by Brooklyn Bedding, which launched in 2008. Brooklyn Bedding also manufactures several other popular mattresses, including the Signature Hybrid, Aurora Luxe, Sedona Elite, Plank Firm Luxe, and Spartan.

Should You Get the Cooling Cover for the Titan Luxe Hybrid?

The cooling cover may be a good option for those who sleep exceedingly hot, though our testing team didn’t notice a significant difference in temperature regulation with or without the optional cover. Either way, our tests showed that the Titan Plus Luxe helped regulate temperature better than many other memory foam hybrids.

Does the Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress Need a Box Spring?

The Titan Luxe Hybrid works best on a solid foundation with little to no give. This includes standard box springs, but you may also use platform or slat foundations that have 4 inches or less between slats.

About The Author

Katie Kottemann

Staff Writer, Sleep Products


Katie is a writer, editor, and researcher based in Englewood, Colorado. With a doctorate in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she has written and edited for Peterson’s and Innerbody Research as well as been a writing professor. Katie is passionate about helping consumers make more informed choices.

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