Founded in 1995, Brooklyn Bedding has been producing mattresses for more than 25 years. Amongst their nine different mattress collections, you may have come across Titan—a collection designed to provide support for heavier sleepers. So, you might be wondering, what’s under the hood of a Titan mattress? Is it worth the investment? Here’s what you need to know.
Titan at a Glance
Titan is a subsidiary of Brooklyn Bedding, a mattress manufacturer based in Phoenix, Arizona. There are only two current models of Titan mattresses available, the Titan Firm Hybrid mattress and the Titan Luxe Hybrid mattress.
- The level of firmness and support provided for heavier sleepers
- The price point for both models is relatively affordable
- The ability to add a cooling cover
- The Firm Hybrid mattress may not be an ideal choice for side sleepers
- Currently, there are only two models to choose from
- Poor customer reviews suggest the mattress led to back pain
Titan is a part of Brooklyn Bedding, a mattress manufacturer that also manufactures the Plank, Ecosleep, Propel, Brooklyn Aurora, Brooklyn Signature, Bloom Hybrid, Spartan and RV mattress. Parent company to Brooklyn Bedding, Cerberus Capital Management, also owns Helix Sleep.
Brooklyn Bedding has 18 showrooms across Arizona and partner locations in Ohio, Texas, Montana, Illinois, Michigan, California, Virginia, Florida, Minnesota, New York and Massachusetts.
Titan currently offers the Titan Firm Hybrid mattress, the Titan Luxe Hybrid mattress and a variety of accessories for the bedroom. Titan mattresses are principally designed for plus-sized sleepers weighing up to 1,000 pounds.
Titan Mattress Options and Prices
Titan Mattresses are specifically designed for heavier individuals, with two models to choose from: The Titan Firm Hybrid and the Titan Luxe Hybrid.
Titan Firm Hybrid Mattress
The Titan Firm Hybrid, starting at $999.20 for a queen, has strong edge support, temperature control and motion isolation It’s made with a combination of quilted, gel memory foam, proprietary TitanFlex foam, individually-wrapped coils, high-density foam and a proprietary cooling cover that can be purchased as an add-on.
This mattress is firm, which means that it should be a good mattress for heavier sleepers who need extra support. It’s available in the following sizes: Twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king and split California king.
Titan Luxe Hybrid Mattress
At $1,279.20 for a queen, the Titan Luxe Hybrid has quilted, gel memory foam, proprietary TitanFlex foam, individually-wrapped coils, high-density foam and an optional proprietary cooling cover. Unlike the Firm Hybrid, the Titan Luxe has an Energex transition layer that provides contouring and deeper support.
The Titan Luxe Hybrid mattress should be an ideal pick for plus-sized sleepers who need both comfort and support. It’s available in the following sizes: Twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king and split California king.
Customization Options and Special Features
Those interested in purchasing a Titan mattress have the option to add a GlacioTex Cooling Cover, which costs anywhere from $80 to $160 depending on mattress size.
Apps and Accessories
Titan also sells pillows, sheets, blankets, toppers, foundations, adjustable bases, mattress protectors and masks. These range in price from $25 to $1,099. You can choose between their platform, box spring and frame foundations to pair with your new mattress.
Warranties and Discounts
Titan mattresses currently come with a 10-year warranty. The company offers discounts to the military, first responders, educators, students and medical providers.
What Users Say
Brooklyn Bedding has a 2.8 out of 5 star rating on TrustPilot based on 13 reviews, and a 1.96 out of 5 star rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) based on 27 reviews. Opinions of the brand appear to be split, with some complaints from consumers including concerns about their mattress’ quality, poor customer service and long shipping times, while others applaud good customer service and quick arrival.
The Titan Firm Hybrid specifically has a 4.7 out of 5 star rating on the Titan by Brooklyn Bedding site with 2,130 reviews total. Positive reviews commend its support and durability. Lower-rated reviews included users calling the mattress “lumpy,” too firm or not firm enough and a potential cause for back or shoulder pain.
On the same site, the Luxe Hybrid has a 4.6 out of 5 star rating based on 977 reviews. Some high ratings of this mattress show users are pleased with its edge support, quality and pain relief. Lower starred ratings call the Luxe Hybrid saggy, too soft and a concern for back pain.
Those who had a positive experience with the mattress expressed that they appreciate the well-made mattress that supports their weight.
Who Should Purchase a Titan Mattress?
Titan mattresses could be appreciated by heavier back sleepers who have an interest in staying cool as they sleep. Titan advertises its mattresses as being firm and providing pressure relief, and happy customers tend to agree.