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Where To Buy Memory Foam Mattress

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Where To Buy Memory Foam Mattress

How it feels: The Relaxed Firm version feels medium-firm, with a plush surface that cradles you instead of sucking you in. The Firm version feels much, much firmer and has a more conventional memory-foam sink.

Materials: memory foam, polyfoamThickness: 14 inchesFirmness options: only one firmness availableFree trial period: According to Costco policy, you can return the mattress for a full refund at any time.Warranty: 20 years

Its edge support was slightly better than on most of the under-$1,000 mattresses, and it isolated motion pretty well. The polyfoam layers are dense enough that they should be durable (the two layers are 1.8 and 2.8 pounds per square foot; experts say not to go below 1 pounds for polyfoam).

Flaws but not dealbreakers: We also think this mattress is not a good choice for people who weigh more than 200 pounds. The top layer of foam, although of a decent density, is inherently less substantial than memory foam, and the mattress has no transition layer before you get to the firm support layer. My brother, who weighs 230 pounds, said he dropped pretty quickly through the top layer, and as a result the mattress felt more firm than it was actually meant to feel. In this case, we recommend checking out the Tempur-Adapt, the Loom & Leaf, or the Leesa Sapira Hybrid.

If your desire for plushness supersedes your need for an all-latex mattress, we suggest trying a latex-and-foam hybrid, like the PranaSleep Lotus Asana 6 Series, or even simply the all memory-foam Loom & Leaf in Relaxed Firm. You might also try a soft innerspring mattress that combines coils with thoughtfully placed layers of latex or foam, such as the Charles P. Rogers Estate SE (which uses Talalay latex), the Saatva Classic in Plush Soft, or the WinkBed in Softer.

We set up each mattress (video) on a platform bed frame in our testing space in New York City and shielded the identity of each with a fitted sheet. We then asked each of the 23 testers to pick their first- and second-place favorites in various categories (foam, hybrid, latex, under-$1,000, over-$1,000) and overall. We told them to consider motion control, edge support, and general overall impressions. We also asked our staffers to note which mattress they liked the least in the entire room.

We repeated similar in-office and at-home protocols in July 2019 and January 2020, comparing the winners from the previous test to new batches of foam or hybrid mattresses that we thought warranted a closer look. Our candidate choices have included each new iteration of existing mattresses from Casper and Leesa, as well as introductions from other popular online and in-store brands. In all, our staff compared and contrasted 12 mattresses with each test, and I slept on four to five of the most promising new designs each time.

Latex mattresses are typically priced in the $2,000-plus range. At around $800, the all-latex Sleep On Latex Pure Green is a good deal. A tasteful cotton covering and wool batting encase two layers of latex foam. You can choose from Soft, Medium, and Firm versions, and you have 100 days for an exchange or a return. When we tried the Medium model in our office, our testers agreed it felt especially firm and strangely elasticky. But they liked it better than the IKEA Mausund, another relatively budget-conscious latex mattress. Dunlop-latex mattresses inherently have less give than mattresses made from Talalay latex (a type of latex that requires a more expensive processing method) or memory foam. We recommend the Pure Green for people who are looking for an affordable latex mattress and for back- and stomach-sleepers who like their mattresses firm to very firm.

The GhostBed, built with cooling in mind, is topped with a layer of latex (which is typically more breathable than memory foam), followed by a gel-infused memory foam. According to a Wirecutter staffer who slept on it, the combination worked, but he found the mattress extraordinarily fi


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