Leesa vs. Casper Mattress: An In-Depth Comparison

Leesa Mattress

Casper is one of the first pure, startup online mattress companies, having launched in early 2014. The new Casper mattress was an immediate hit, earning over $1 million in sales in its first month.

Leesa is a more recent entrant into the budget foam mattress business; however, Leesa has also found itself a large and loyal market, very quickly.

The rapid success of both companies is because both sell an excellent-quality foam mattress at a rock-bottom price.

Which can make it hard to decide which one is right for you.

What’s In This Comparison

In this head-to-head comparison, you’ll learn how Casper and Leesa compare & contrast on things like materials & construction, comfort, price, warranty & return, and of course, sleep experience.

My aim is to give you enough facts to choose the mattress that best fits your sleeping needs and preferences.

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Drömma Bed Review: More Is Definitely Better

Leesa vs. Dromma mattress comparison - Dromma Bed

Drömma packs a LOT of value, features and flexibility into their mattress – arguably more than any other mattress in its class.

Drömma’s price is extremely reasonable ranging from $574 to $1,099. And that’s without the discounts they frequently offer, which can be as much as $200.

This puts Drömma in the same range as a lot of other foam mattresses including: Endy, Nest Love Bed, Bear Mattress, Leesa, YogaBed, Keetsa Pillow Plus and Casper.

But consider what you get for that price:

  • Drömma is more eco-friendly than all of them – except Keetsa.
  • Drömma offers a choice in comfort levels – something that only Helix and Nest Love Bed offer.
  • their return policy is 200 days – twice as long as the rest.
  • Drömma is the only 12″ thick mattress of the group. Everyone else’s product is 10″ thick.

That’s a lot of differentiation!

In this review, we’ll take a close look at the Drömma Bed, focusing on how well it performs on important factors including sleep experience, comfort, cooling, and motion transfer.

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The Ultimate Casper Mattress Review

casper mattress review - with bedding in apartment

Casper is as good as most premium store-bought memory foam mattresses, but costs far less.

The Casper mattress excels at comfort, support and temperature control and will satisfy the vast majority of people. And everyone who buys one will save hundreds vs. a comparable quality mattress bought from a store.

It performs slightly lower in some areas that may matter to you, however, including motion transfer and edge support.

Casper attracted a lot of attention and sales 2 years ago when they entered the ancient mattress market with an aggressively low priced, really simple product with a no-risk pitch. Sales took off.

Casper was the first online mattress my husband and I bought – back when they were the only pure online manufacturer we knew about.

So how does Casper’s Original “best-fit” mattress compare today against their new competitors like Leesa, Tuft and Needle and Loom and Leaf?

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Saatva vs Casper Mattress Comparison and Reviews

Saatva

Comparing Saatva vs. Casper is a like comparing apples and oranges.

After all, Saatva is a foam-innerspring hybrid, and Casper is a foam mattress.

On the other hand, these two do share a lot in common with each other:

  • both played an early, pivotal role in revolutionizing the traditional mattress industry
  • both are great-sleeping mattresses delivered to your home, with 100+ nights to try it out
  • both continue to sell fast, with thousands of happy customer reviews explaining why
  • both cost about the same.

Casper was one of the earliest companies to sell a high quality, single-fit, low-priced foam mattress using the direct-to-home model. 

Today, Casper is a large business with multiple products and a presence in many countries. They are known for their creative marketing, including a recent stunt where they setup an eclipse-watching camp in Casper, Wyoming, equipped with Casper mattresses and bedding.

Saatva is also one of the first bed-in-a-box innovators. Their marketing is decidedly lower-key than Casper, but the quiet truth is that Saatva sells one of the best innerspring mattresses we’ve ever tested. In fact, we score it higher than all other mattresses we’ve reviewed.

So, which mattress is best for you?

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Leesa vs. Casper Mattress: An In-Depth Comparison

Leesa Mattress

Casper is one of the first pure, startup online mattress companies, having launched in early 2014. The new Casper mattress was an immediate hit, earning over $1 million in sales in its first month.

Leesa is a more recent entrant into the budget foam mattress business; however, Leesa has also found itself a large and loyal market, very quickly.

The rapid success of both companies is because both sell an excellent-quality foam mattress at a rock-bottom price.

Which can make it hard to decide which one is right for you.

What’s In This Comparison

In this head-to-head comparison, you’ll learn how Casper and Leesa compare & contrast on things like materials & construction, comfort, price, warranty & return, and of course, sleep experience.

My aim is to give you enough facts to choose the mattress that best fits your sleeping needs and preferences.

Ready to dive in?

Read more…

Memory Foams Explained: Do They Really Differ That Much?

memory foam layers

Mattress shopping is already a hassle, and deciding between different memory foams make it an even harder task.

One of the most popular questions we get is “do memory foams really differ that much, or is it all just marketing hype?”.

The quick answer is: it depends on what you care about.

There are three main types of memory foams on the market: visco-elastic, gel-infused and plant-based.  Each offers a different level of heat dissipation, bounce and other features.

This article will help you understand the differences among these three types of foam and hopefully make it easier for you to select the best memory foam mattress for your needs.

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Why Do People Buy Memory Foam Mattresses?

Quality, cost and comfort are the most reasons people select a memory foam mattress.

Memory foam mattresses are often considered the most comfortable type of mattress because memory foams are very malleable and conform well to any body shape, which helps to evenly disperse body weight over the surface of the bed & to relieve pressure points in joints such as the hips and shoulders.

With less pressure concentrated on any part of the body, the body’s blood circulation increases and less pain develops, resulting in a better night’s sleep.

Most memory foams are also antimicrobial, keeping dust mites and other nasty bugs at bay, which allows for a healthier sleeping space.

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The Best Mattress For Back Pain You Can Buy Online

proper mattress spine alignment

Quit whining about your back pain – and DO something about it!

Buy the best mattress for back pain you can find and save a ton of money, by buying it online.

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Eric and I have slept on a LOT of mattresses during the last couple of years.

And I suffer from almost daily back pain, after one bad car wreck in college and years of swimming competitively.

I’m not alone. Back pain is one of the most common health conditions, with 80 percent of the US population experiencing it sometime in the course of their lives.

Sitting improperly, injury, awkward walking gaits and repeatedly lifting heavy weights can all lead to back pain.

Two major mattress problems can also create or make back pain worse:

  1. uneven support of your body, which causes too much pressure on the lower back; and 
  2. bad sleeping posture, which causes the spine to assume an unnatural position and cause your body to fight all night to keep things aligned.

What’s In This Mattress Guide

In this comprehensive buyer’s guide, I’ll walk you through the three things to look for most, when picking a mattress to relieve/minimize back pain.

Then, I’ll introduce the best online mattress for back pain in 5 categories, explaining the features each one offers that help.

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