Saatva Classic Mattress Review: Innerspring Luxury For $1,000 Less

The Saatva Classic

If you’re shopping for a luxury innerspring mattress, then make sure you check out Saatva Classic before you buy. Saatva offers the most advanced online innerspring mattress to date. Their 5-layer hybrid coil/foam construction is completely different than the pure foam mattresses that dominate the direct-to-home mattress industry. The Saatva mattress’ coil-on-coil construction offers better, springier top-layer support, durability and excellent levels of comfort, … Read more…

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Mattress Review: All-Natural Latex At An Unbeatable Price

Plushbeds Botanical bliss mattress

If you have ever shopped for an all-natural latex mattress, then you know how hard they can be to find – especially for a decent price!

PlushBeds now has an affordable option for you.

You usually find either synthetic (artificial) latex mattresses or latex blend mattresses (mixed with other materials).

Genuinely all-natural latex mattresses are hard to find; and when you do, the price is often way too high.

Fortunately, the PlushBeds Botanical Bliss all-natural organic latex mattress is here – and you can buy it online.

When it comes to luxury mattresses sold online, memory foam has definitely dominated the scene. But wouldn't you rather sleep on natural latex?

In this comprehensive review, we are going to see whether the Botanical Bliss lives up to the hype.

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Nolah Mattress Review (2020): A Mattress Built to Last

Nolah Mattress

According to Nolah's test lab, their new high-resilience (latex-like) foam AirFoam provides four times the pressure relief of memory foam. Nolah has proven it to be more durable than memory foam and older types of latex foam – and, it's better at cooling.

The result is an extra-durable mattress that provides good support, exceptionally good pressure relief and minimal motion transfer.  It's one of the best mattresses for heavier side sleepers due to its great pressure relief properties.

Our only quibble is with Nolah's edge support (keep reading to learn more).

If this is not the kind of mattress you are looking for, then check out these other great leading online mattresses.

But if it sounds like Nolah might be the kind of mattress for you, then keep reading for my in-depth 10 minute mattress review.

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Metta Bed Mattress Review: Pure Organic Latex for a Bargain Price

Metta Bed Mattress

The Metta Bed is the least expensive pure (95% organic) latex mattress you can buy online.

A comparable natural latex mattress sold in a local retail outlet starts typically sell for thousands more. In contrast, a Metta Bed Queen costs just $1,299 – about the same as most synthetic foam mattresses.

So… is there a catch?

Well, yes. There are a couple of sacrifices you make. For one, it’s thinner than most other natural latex mattresses.

But the short story here is that the Metta Bed is a high-quality natural latex mattress with excellent support and pressure relief… for most people.

Keep reading this 10-minute review to see if Metta is the right mattress for you.

To learn about other top-rated natural latex mattresses sold online, check out my Ecoterra review, Plushbeds review and Avocado Green review.

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Leesa Mattress Review: The Best All-Purpose Foam Mattress Yet?

Leesa mattress review - young woman on bed

Leesa has upped the game in the one-size-fits-all budget foam mattress category. 

The Leesa mattress provides a level of comfort I've never seen before in a one-size-fits-all mattress.

In my opinion, it's equal to mattresses that cost as much as 3 times more… including some of the latest offerings from Tempurpedic, Optimum, iComfort and Comforpedic.  Due to its softer/deeper feel, Leesa is also one of the best side-sleeper foam mattresses sold today.

Leesa is built with premium materials, features three layers of high quality foam and is made with pride in the USA.

Like its #1 competitor, Casper, Leesa customers enjoy free shipping, a 100 night free trial and easy returns. But Leesa costs $100 less.

So how well does Leesa compare with other one-size-fits-all beds in a box like Casper, Tuft and Needle, Ghostbed and Bear?

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