Looking for a mattress whose firmness you can change at home?
You’ve come to the right place.
In this in-depth buying guide, I’ll review and compare the best adjustable-comfort mattresses sold online: Spindle, Luxi and Morphiis.
If you're not sure what kind of mattress or firmness you need, then these three affordable beds are solid choices, because you can adjust the feel and firmness of each in your home, after it arrives.
Each mattress reviewed on this page is a great choice for couples with different sleeping preferences because they offer a split-mattress option. So the two of you can adjust each side to your liking, over time.
OK, so let's dive-in and see how these three flexible beds compare.
What's In This Adjustable-Comfort Mattress Guide?
I will also explain how these leading adjustable mattresses differ in price, feel, construction, warranty and half a dozen other important characteristics.
What is an Adjustable-Comfort Mattress?
An adjustable-comfort mattress is a bed whose configuration you can change in your own home to make it more comfortable for you.
All mattresses sold today are constructed using multiple layers. Some use memory foam layers only, others mix memory and latex foams, and others alternate foam and spring layers.
With most mattresses, you'd better love how the mattress feels after it arrives, or you'll need to return it or suck the cost up – because you can't adjust how it feels.
Adjustable-comfort mattresses are different… in one important way:
Instead of being stuck with a mattress that feels overly firm or too soft, you can adjust the firmness and feel in your home. This is usually done by unzipping the cover and rearranging the layers of the mattress, flipping it over – or both.
Most of the adjustable-comfort mattresses reviewed in this guide also offer split options for couples. Each partner can adjust their half of the bed to their comfort preferences.
One more thing: adjustable-comfort mattresses are no more expensive than other mattresses of similar quality and materials.
So what do you have to lose?