Winkbeds Mattress Review

Winkbeds Mattress Review

Luxury hybrid mattresses can cost as much as $3K or more in stores.

Winkbeds sells theirs for half that price – and adds free delivery, a 101-night trial period and a 10-year warranty to the offer.

Construction-wise, Winkbed combines the pressure relief and comfort of gel memory foam with the support and contouring of innersprings. It is a premium hybrid mattress.

You can choose from three comfort levels, and there’s a thicker upgrade available for heavier sleepers.

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Puffy Mattress Review

Puffy Mattress

If you are looking at Casper and Leesa, but like the assurance of a lifetime (forever) warranty – then Puffy is a great alternative.

Puffy uses gel memory foam and a firm base layer to provide a nice balance of soft comfort with firm support.

Their gel foam ensures you stay cool at night while providing good contouring.

There are no comfort level choices – this mattress is designed for the 80-percenters who like a medium-firm bed. But given it’s slightly firmer feel, it is a better choice for stomach and back sleepers.

Heavier sleepers should look elsewhere, however – this one is only 10″ thick and may bottom-out when you turn on your side.

NOTE: If you are looking for something different than Puffy, check out my complete list of mattresses in my online mattress guide.

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YogaBed Mattress Review

Yogabed Mattress Review

If you are shopping for an affordable memory foam mattress that sleeps cool, Yogabed has you covered.

(And this Yogabed mattress review might be worth a read.)

Memory foam mattresses are traditionally not that good at keeping you cool at night. The artificial closed-cell foams used in most tends to trap and reflect heat, warming your body through the night.

But Yogabed has designed a mattress to compete with the best hybrid and innerspring mattresses when it comes to wicking heat away from your body.

To do this, Yogabed uses several strategies to boost airflow in and out of the mattress while providing responsive support and comfort.

A queen size goes for $949 (with discounts, $849). You also get two free pillows with every mattress (1 pillow for the twin sizes).

Yogabed also checks all of the convenience boxes we have come to expect from online mattresses – free delivery, 101-night trial and a 10-year warranty.

But how well does it compare to the leading foam mattress leaders like Leesa and Casper?

Keep reading to find out!

Note: if you want to see a ranked-and-rated list of all of the mattresses we’ve reviewed, check out my mattress buying guide

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Novosbed Mattress Review

Novosbed Review

Novosbed is one of the most durable, comfortable and advanced memory foam mattresses you can buy.

In a lot of ways, it is everything that traditional memory foam mattresses are not. It sleeps incredibly cool, provides really good back support and is designed to last longer than you would expect from a memory foam mattress (it comes with a 15-year warranty).

The best part is that it is just as affordable as other premium foam mattresses: a Queen size Novosbed sells for $999.

You get an extra-long 120-day trial period and a free service to fine-tune your mattress design so you can avoid making a return.

Shipping is free and white glove delivery is available.

Sound interesting?

Then keep reading this review, where I’ll look at Novosbed’s key features and evaluate how it compares with other leading foam mattresses.

If you are looking for something different, then check out my best mattress guide where I rank and compare more than 30 of the best foam, innerspring, latex and hybrid mattresses sold online.

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Eight Sleep Jupiter+ Smart Mattress Review

Eight Sleep Jupiter+

There is a “smart” everything, nowadays.

So it’s no surprise that we finally have a smart mattress.

The Jupiter+ mattress by Eight Sleep is fairly ordinary underneath the cover – 4 layers of foam work together to provide pressure relief, contouring, and support.

The cover, however, is a totally different story. It is decked out with advanced sensors that provide you with an unusually informative and high tech sleeping experience.

The best feature is the warming function, which you can rely on to raise the temperature on either side of the bed.  I’m sure a lot of couples will appreciate this one.

Sensors in the cover can also track your heartbeat, movements, respiratory rate, REM sleep and sleep time. Through a companion app, the Jupiter+ tells you how well you are sleeping and helps you improve your sleep quality.

You can even connect your mattress to Alexa directly or to Google Home and other services and devices through IFTTT.

So, if you’ve been waiting for a smart bed – this is it!

To be honest, it’s lot less expensive than I expected.

If you are not interested in a smart mattress, then read my best mattress buying guide for other top recommendations. 

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DreamCloud Mattress Review

DreamCloud Mattress Review

We’ve reviewed thick online mattresses on SleepDelivered before, but the DreamCloud mattress is our first 15-incher.

That’s as thick as the best Stearns & Foster, Beautyrest Black and other luxury brands.

But the DreamCloud costs a whole lot less 😉

The DreamCloud is a quilted-top, super-comfortable luxury hybrid mattress that uses memory foam for pressure relief, a coiled spring layer for durable support and natural latex foam to add a little bounce.

My husband and I were really impressed with this one.

It’s definitely not perfect for everyone, though.  For example, they only offer one comfort level. And no Twins.

Still interested?

Then keep reading our latest review (~10 mins) to learn if the DreamCloud mattress is right for you!

To compare DreamCloud with other luxury mattresses sold online, read my best mattresses guide. 

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Allswell Mattress Review

Allswell Mattress Review

Allswell Home is one of the newest mattresses to hit the market. It’s made by the Walmart subsidiary, Allswell Home.

They have two mattresses; a softer one and a firmer one. I got a chance to test their Allswell Luxe Classic mattress which is the weaker version. I liked it…for the most part. But it’s definitely not the best foam mattress we’ve reviewed.

Read on for my take on this mattress.

If you are are looking for another kind of mattress or just want more options beyond Allswell, see our top online mattress recommendations.

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Nectar Mattress Review

Nectar mattress review

The Forever Warranty. That is the first thing that jumped out to me when I started researching the Nectar Mattress. Like most people would, I immediately thought this was a hype statement with some big catch disguised by an asterisk. But I discovered it is definitely not a gimmick. On their website, NectarSleep clearly states … Read more…

Endy Mattress Review: Medium-Soft Luxury for a Rock-Bottom Price

Endy Mattress - on platform bed

Are you in the market for a medium-firm foam mattress for a fraction of Tempur-pedic’s price?

Then Endy may be the right mattress for you.

Innovative online mattress-in-a-box companies like Casper & Saatva shook the mattress industry to its foundation a few years ago.

By removing many of the pain points associated with traditional mattress buying, they’ve given us a cheaper, more convenient and less stressful way to buy a mattress.

Today, though, the market has grown up. And those first few companies have a lot of new competitors.

One of the first Canadian mattress startups, Endy, recently entered the market with an eye on meeting the needs of people who prefer a slightly softer mattress – but still want to save a ton.

In the short time they have been around, Endy has grown very quickly, taking its place among other popular budget brands such as Casper and Leesa.

So how does Endy compare with other budget-friendly beds?

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