Zinus Memory Foam Mattress Review

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Best Memory Foam Mattress Reviews (With Updated 2020 Models)

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We’ve all at least heard of the magical memory foam mattresses. Some of us even remember when the space age material first hit the market. Endless waves of commercials and demonstrations of the practicality and revolutionary characteristics of this new foam left many sleepers excited and in awe. And they were right to be too because the material has evolved. The process and technology has also come a long way since the decade it was created. Nowadays, many people are proud owners of memory foam mattresses or the varying types of mattress toppers, and it has transformed into a household staple in many homes. So, maybe it’s time to get yours. That is why you are here, right? If so, then enjoy our roundup of memory foam mattress reviews, and this one-stop-shop on everything you need to know about how to achieve a good night’s deep sleep.

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Memory Foam Mattress Reviews

Puffy Lux Mattress

Puffy Lux

Possibly the most comfortable mattress we have reviewed in recent times, the Puffy Lux may be slightly higher priced than other memory foam mattresses reviewed here. But, as you would expect with all things, whether cheap or expensive, you get what you pay for.

The medium-plush Puffy Lux is the creme de la creme and our top pick as the best memory foam mattress in 2020. It is 100% US-made and is CertiPUR-US certified. A four-layered construction means there is no question about the quality and design effort here. The mattress is a perfect selection of proprietary gel-infused foams of varying thickness and firmness, all of which come together to form a 12″ thick premium mattress. The luxury comfort and pressure-relieving support is popular with back, side, and stomach sleepers. Additionally, motion transfer is non-existent, so a bonus for those sharing a bed. The mattress manages to keep the body temperature optimal and natural on this one, so no hot or cold nights.

Whether you choose from their Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, or Cali King, lying down on the Puffy Lux puts even the fussiest sleepers out for the count and right to sleep, no question about it. Also, the durability seems remarkable; this one will go a long time before it starts to show any wear or sagging signs. And if it does, you’ll be pleased to know there is a Lifetime warranty to cover your purchase. A 101 night sleep trial comes with your purchase, so, if it’s not perfect for you, simply return the mattress free of charge.

Nectar mattress review

Nectar

The quality and comfort of this product are worth far more than the price tag suggests. The Nectar mattress is a gel memory foam mattress made in the USA and not imported, so already the quality is trustworthy. It is CertiPUR-US certified foam, so you know it’s rigorously tested and safe. Additionally, it comes with a Forever warranty for their guarantee of quality. Wrapped in a uniquely milled non-removable soft cooling cover, the multiple layers of varying foams offer a very comfortable and cool rest so that you won’t deal with hot nights.

A five-layered design, the surface is the soft quilted memory foam cover. Underneath is a 1-inch, fast-recovery gel memory foam layer. Then you’ll find a generous 3-inch 3.5 lb memory foam layer that provides a supportive and comfortable body contouring for all types of sleeping position. The bottom two are the base, and base cover. The foundation itself is a thick 2.2 lb high density base foam, which effectively stabilizes the body weight of a user up to 650 lbs. Lastly, the grey fabric wrap which houses the foams mentioned above serves more than just an aesthetic purpose; the cover is non-slip so you can place the mattress on the floor or an adjustable base.

Like all of the memory foam mattress reviews here, the Nectar comes rolled and compressed into a box for easy shipping. Unlike some, it inflates to full-thickness relatively quickly, so you won’t have to wait days to air out or take shape fully. Also, this cooling gel mattress is almost entirely odor-free during the initial inflation. So, no off-gassing to complain about, which is a sign of higher quality foam. This honestly has the feel of some of the highest quality and top rated mattresses but without the painful price-tag.

Layla mattress

Layla

Another surprisingly excellent value for money memory foam mattress, the 2-sided Layla mattress doesn’t have a problem maintaining popularity and a good reputation. Available in all the common mattress sizes, the product itself is an overall 10″ multi-layered design consisting of copper infused memory foam as its core. By using copper in their CertiPur US certified foam, the pioneers in body temperature regulation and comfort have created a mattress that is actually cooler and healthier than most high-quality products out there. The copper is a natural substance which makes it a more eco friendly mattress by replacing some of the less desirable chemicals found in memory foam.

In terms of comfort and firmness level, because Layla is a flippable mattress, you can use either the soft or the firm side. The soft side provides a more cushy and cozy feel, which is definitely not a bad thing. Flip the mattress over, and you get to try a firm memory foam mattress, which is a whole new experience altogether. The firm side does a great job of supporting and distributing body weight evenly while still molding to the contours of the body for optimal spinal alignment. Motion isolation and edge support are as good as you’ll get from a foam mattress, but significantly better when using the firm side-up.

With a lengthy 120-night trial and Lifetime warranty, you can’t go wrong. Overall, the Layla mattress is a premium product which anyone would happily cherish for years to come.

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Tuft and Needle

The Tuft and Needle mattress is made of classic viscoelastic foam that has been infused with graphite and cooling gel. Made in the USA and exclusively only available online, this CertiPUR memory foam mattress is a unique blend created by the increasingly popular brand. It doesn’t need all the fancy materials and layers because the quality of the foam itself is so high. By using their proprietary T&N Adaptive® foam, the support is a perfect fit for all types of sleeping positions, whether you’re a side, stomach, or back sleeper.

With the universally adaptive comfort technology adopted in their foam, the Tuft and Needle doesn’t leave you sinking into the bed with painful pressure points arising in the morning. The feel is not too warm, which is impressive for a classic foam type without air-cool, spring chambers, or egg-crate designs. The graphite material used in their custom foam doesn’t smell, which is always a plus. Another bonus is the fact it comes vacuum rolled and boxed.

Overall this has a very high-quality feel, again, without breaking the bank. So, if you are looking for a comfortable and quality built mattress and arent willing to pay thousands, this is the best memory foam mattress for you.

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Zinus Green Tea

Right now, this is probably the best plant-based memory foam mattress on the market. Compared to its vast online competition in the entry-level sector, it looks and feels like it belongs in a top-end range. However, this is a low-cost, budget contender offering tremendous value for money. It has all the bells and whistles you could ask for. The foam itself uses green tea extract and castor oil for lasting freshness and anti-oxidant, so forget about the unnatural chemicals of traditional viscoelastic. Also, as expected, it’s CertiPUR verified, so no worries on that front.

In terms of the layers, it comes packed with four givings: the first is a 3″ plant infused memory foam comfort layer, followed by 2″ of standard comfort foam, finishing off with 2 x 3.5″ of high-density airflow foam. This gives you better air circulation that will keep you cool by distributing the warmth, which also prevents a breeding ground for bacteria and mold. Unlike others, there is almost no off-gassing smell when first installing this eco-friendly mattress, most likely because of the use of environmentally friendly oils. The overall comfort of the Zinus Green Tea mattress is more than you might expect, soft and plush yet reassuringly supportive.

There isn’t a massive supply of plant-based mattresses at the moment, but the demand is slowly creeping up; Zinus has done a great job with this one and may potentially pave the way forward.

Leesa mattress review

Leesa

The Leesa mattress is a hugely popular mattress that has been featured in many top 10 lists in the mattress industry. Whether it’s best for side sleepers, best for sex, or something else, the Leesa is hard to exclude from our memory foam mattress reviews.

Boasting three layers of different thickness and firmness foam layers, it provides a comfortable sleep surface suitable for all sleeping positions. The medium-firm feel is typical of traditional memory foam, offering the hug and body contouring you’d expect from a high-quality foam mattress. The mattress oozes cushioning and melts away pains and soreness of all levels, and works exceptionally well for those seeking relief from back pain. The removable twill grey cover with white stripes add to the luxurious quality and feel of this beauty.

Like most here, it comes rolled boxed, so simply unwrap and let it expand before using it. There is some off-gassing smell, but that passes after around 24 hours. A safe product as it is CertiPUR-US® certified, you’ll get a 30-night trial and a 10-year limited warranty against defects such as excessive sinkage.

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WinkBeds MemoryLux

The WinkBeds MemoryLux is another great choice for a top rated memory foam mattress amongst the rest of the elite here. This pressure-relieving bed is well known to give more than enough comfort that suffices for all sleep positions and varying joint pains. You’ll be pleased to know it comes in three firmnesses too, i.e., Soft, Medium, and Firm.

The MemoryLux has a beautiful Eucalyptus derived tufted top cover, which houses 2 inches of gel-infused memory foam. Further beneath are two more gel memory foam layers that help provide excellent motion isolation, support, and body contouring. Additionally, there are 5 zones with varying firmness levels that target firmer support in the hips and lumbar region, while providing a softer feel in the shoulders and legs. The 1.8lb high-density base offers a robust supportive platform, which, paired with the soft top layers, provides a long-lasting and comfortable blend in softness and optimal support in the five key areas of the body.

Like many other gel mattresses at this price, the WinkBeds MemoryLux offers a surprisingly cool sleep experience, so no overheating on those hot summer nights.

The mattress is made in the US and comes with free returns and shipping. Additionally, you’ll get to try the mattress risk-free for 120 nights using the in-home trial. If you’re unhappy with the mattress, they’ll pick it up for free. Lastly, you’ll get a Lifetime warranty to cover any issues that arise. Overall, this is a very good mattress and an equally appealing aftercare package.

Loom & Leaf mattress

Loom & Leaf by Saatva

The Loom & Leaf mattress by Saatva could easily be the best memory foam mattress of 2020 for many reasons. The multiple layer 12″ thick cooling gel foam mattress does a great job of keeping you from sweating during the night. Also, whether lightweight or heavy, it has no problem distributing body weight and pressure evenly for optimal support.

The perfectly blended density can be purchased in either a Relaxed Firm or Firm comfort level. The Relaxed Firm is precisely where you want it to be and suits all sleeping positions, while the Firm option provides less sink but better support, making it ideal for stomach sleepers or those with back pain.

As for the layers, it features a 6″ support base, a 2″ transition layer, and then a further 3-inches of multiple 5 lbs density viscoelastic and gel-infused foam segments. The eco-friendly foams contain 30% soy and corn oil. Together they combine to distribute the body pressure magnificently and offer a cloud-like sleeping experience. As expected, all layers are CertiPUR-US certified, so no worries there. The final layer of luxury is an organic cotton knit top that is quilted with a 5/8″ foam layer and is also a natural thistle flame retardant.

Unlike others reviewed here, the Loom & Leaf doesn’t come vacuum sealed and rolled into a box. They are proud of that fact. What’s worth noting is the free white glove delivery service that’s included in the price. They will bring the mattress and set it up in the room of your choice, without you lifting a finger.

It comes with a 15-year warranty that reiterates long-lasting comfort and durability. So, expect to get your money’s worth out of this one. Compared to other, more expensive gel mattress models, this mid-ranger gives similar comfort for less money. Very solid overall.

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Signature Sleep Memoir

The Signature Sleep Memoir is a great option for a high-quality, comfortable mattress at an affordable price. You might worry about the quality of the foam given that it’s neither gel or plant, but this one is CertiPUR-US certified viscoelastic and made without any of the harmful chemicals and residues. So it’s excellent quality and safe, but more importantly, it’s comfortable and supportive. The 4 lbs foam density at a 3.5″ thick layer is just right for almost all preferences. It’s not too soft and not too firm.

The Memoir might take upwards of a day to fully inflate and air out, but it’s well worth the wait. The rolled mattress comes in a manageable and straightforward vacuum packaging with an arm strap, so set up is easy and low effort. This is definitely a good choice for those looking for a decent yet cheap memory foam mattress.

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Best Price Mattress

This is our most basic and budget-friendly choice, but a solid one at that. To start, this is a very reasonable entry-level product; you are not going to find many other good mattresses in the same price bracket like this. At an overall height of a rather thin 8″, it has a slightly firm 2″ viscoelastic foam surface layer, followed by a super soft and reflexive 2″ segment, which then rests on top of a 4″ thick high-density base platform. Rest assured, as it comes with a 10-year warranty and is CertiPUR-US certified. As expected though, there is a slight initial off-gassing odor. However, the smell does go away after a day or two. Aptly named, for the money, you are certainly getting more than it’s worth. The feel is relatively soft and plush yet still easily cradles and takes care of back pain or joint discomforts. You still get that excellent contouring sensation, but it’s a relatively lower-end model, so don’t expect to feel like a king while using it.

Available in Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, and King, for an interim replacement, or for someone on a budget looking to replace a 10 year old innerspring, it’s still the best memory foam mattress in this category. It’s one for the shortlist as it certainly does live up to its name.

Memory Foam Mattress Buying Guide

Types of memory foam mattress

What Is A Memory Foam Mattress?

The memory foam that we know today was brought to us by the Swedish company Tempur-Pedic in 1991, but they did not invent it. The technology itself was invented by NASA, but the company brought the visco-elastic material to the public market in the form of a mattress.

The classic foam itself is a concoction of modified polyurethane foam that has been chemically altered to have a lower melting point. This recipe creates a material full of tiny holes that allow for better compression and distribution of pressure. This synthetic polyurethane foam also allows for an active mold to shape and conform when compressed, hence the term memory foam. On a less scientific note, the foam is highly energy absorbent, as opposed to the less absorbent springs in a traditional type. This is easily demonstrated in those popular commercials where a glass of wine is placed on the surface while a person jumps up and down on the bed. The glass doesn’t tip over because it is absorbing enough energy from the jumping that almost none of it reaches the glass.

What makes the memory foam mattress so popular is the comfort they offer in comparison to the likes of a spring or latex mattress. This is mainly due to the way the surface responds to heat and pressure. When you lay down, your weight is distributed more evenly from the main pressure points placed on the surface, such as the waist, back, and head. This differs significantly from a spring mattress that carries all the pressure on a few springs, causing more strain and resistance, which leads to the worryingly common back pains. More details about the effects and benefits will be covered later on, but first let’s look at the different types, because there are many options to be considered when buying one.

Memory Foam Mattress Pros & Cons

As you can imagine, there are benefits and downsides which exist when it comes to owning/buying a memory foam mattress. Below we discuss further:

Pros

Cons

Types Of Memory Foam Mattress

There are a few main types of memory foam, ranging from the traditional viscoelastic to the organic, and each of them offers different benefits and results.

Traditional

First, let’s look at conventional memory foam, also known as viscoelastic foam. This material, the one created by NASA and brought to life by Tempur-Pedic, is the classic polyurethane material that is designed to react and mold into shape based on body heat. This, like most variations of memory foam mattresses, is far more sanitary and hypoallergenic than innerspring. This is because the former can only host organisms on the surface, unlike the internal environment in the latter spring type that welcomes different microbial life within the hollow coil systems.

Also, for added support and comfort, like most other memory foam materials, the traditional type relaxes pressure points on the body by distributing the weight and pressure evenly throughout the body. This means the spine stays straight while lying down, promoting a healthy back during sleep. In terms of user satisfaction, these have reigned as the top rated mattress for decades. It’s only in recent years due to smart innovations such as cooling gel and plant-based additives that the wholly traditional is having to compete with. As a type, this is still probably the best choice of mattress for the money and will continue to reign until prices for its more expensive peers gradually start coming down.

Gel-Infused

Gel memory foam is similar to the traditional viscoelastic, but additionally is infused with millions of tiny gel beads (which is often blue) and resembles the conforming gel in shoe soles and other sports material. This gel is more durable than the viscoelastic as a whole, and is very effective in terms of motion isolation, which is great for sharing couples. The gel is also a little more fitting for those with body aches or joint problems and is often the more medically therapeutic choice.

One problem with the traditional visco foam type is heat retention, and the gel memory foam mattress tackles this quite well. The gel types are cooler for longer, and distribute the heat from the surface more effectively, which is ideal for hotter climates or those who share a bed. There are some variations of this option too, for example, a typical lower budget gel mattress may not consist wholly of gel infused foam, but instead may have a thick traditional viscoelastic base (known as the platform or support base) and then finished off with a 2-6″ layer of gel foam for the top (known as the comfort layer). This is the most common combination and a highly satisfactory option for a vast majority of people.

Plant-Based

For those who aren’t quite ready to make your own mattress, these are for the alternate proudly green homeowners. There are some minor complaints from the traditional viscoelastic materials being somewhat chemically intensive, which is why a healthier, natural, eco-friendly option was introduced. The most recent in this market is what’s widely known as the plant based foam mattress; an environmentally friendly alternative, because, usually, a large percentage of the gel or viscoelastic foam is replaced by natural products such as soy, tea, and most commonly bamboo.

There are many health benefits to a plant based memory foam mattress. They are more breathable, which means they are cooler and dissipate heat faster than their peers. Soy based foam reacts to pressure faster, making them responsive and good for motion isolation, and above all, they don’t produce any off-gas when first used. Although prices are slowly coming down, these are typically still the most expensive mattress types of the ones we have discussed already. Considering the highly organic and hypoallergenic nature of plant foam, the natural mattress is fast becoming a popular choice for new buyers.

Air Cool

Like the gel mattress, the air cool memory foam is designed to tackle the issue of heat retention, which its predecessors suffer from. Simply put, these are new on the market and gaining popularity because they have better airflow and can channel the heat more effectively, thus making the sleep surface cooler throughout the night. Not only does this cooling technology aid in the quality of sleep, by keeping it cooler overall makes it far more hygienic and hypoallergenic.

Asides from the improved heat management, the special air cool option is very similar to the material, support, and comfort of the traditional memory foam mattress. Air cool options tend to be more expensive, but for the money worth every cent, especially for those in hotter climates or for people who generally tend to sweat during sleep excessively.

Proprietary Foam

Proprietary foam mattresses are becoming increasingly common in the marketplace, and are usually excellent choices of material. Manufacturers often infuse their foams with materials like copper (Layla mattress) or graphite (Bear mattress), among other elements. This can be for different reasons, but mainly to help regulate body temperature. Each company will offer their own reasons for choosing their infusion, and more often than not, these foam mattresses provide remarkable experiences.

Tips For Choosing A Memory Foam Mattress

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There are a few key things to look for when choosing the best memory foam mattress for your needs and within budget. Before you get started, know that there is a wide range and plenty of variety in this market compared to other types. You will see different materials, advertised densities and IFD measurements, softnesses, thicknesses, heat regulation, and much more. Most of these factors are dependent on personal taste, but either way, you should be clued up on some of these factors to make an ideal purchase.

Check The Density

The memory foam density is measured in pounds (lbs) but is also displayed as IFD. The most common measurement is in lbs, as IFD ratings become less popular. Simply put, the density refers to the amount of force to make a one-inch indent into the foam itself. The higher the figure (4-5lbs and above) means the firmness will be a harder surface to sleep on, more firm as opposed to soft and plush. Higher density means the more force it takes, the better the support, and often the more expensive. A low-density rating (usually 2-4lbs) will create a more conforming soft or medium surface for the body to rest on. This creates grooves around the body as you lay flat, thus relieving pressure points and alleviating joint pain.

The easiest way to remember is, for a soft and plush sinking sensation, choose a low-density rating. For a hard, less plush and more supporting surface, choose a high-density rating.

Choose Your Size

This may sound silly, but now is a good time to measure your existing bed frame, especially if you’re choosing to keep the existing foundation. Countless people have purchased a mattress on the assumption that they have a particular size, only to receive the new mattress to find it’s either too small or too big. This could turn out to be an expensive mistake because you won’t be within your rights for a free return. Although a vast majority of mattresses in the US are Queen size, it’s best to measure and get the right size and dimensions.

Choose Your Thickness

When reading memory foam mattress reviews or product specifications, you’ll often see talk of layers, thickness, or height. That’s because essentially these mattresses are made of layers of foam varying in thickness and density. Generally, the overall height can vary from anything between 8″ for a cheap option to 16″ for the high-end models. The top layer (comfort layer) is the softest layer, and it is often infused into the core (or support base), which is deeper down and is much thicker and dense. So now, you need to choose the depth of your surface layer. If you have too shallow of a layer, you won’t get the desired effect or support you need, especially if its relatively low density.

Many offer and recommend different depth levels, but in reality, anything above 2″ as a top layer is fine. As for the bottom support base, the thickness is usually dependent on what the manufacturer chooses to do to make theirs pick of the bunch. For example, a typical foam mattress may have 2+8, meaning the latter 8″ are layers of varying thickness and technologies which tackle issues such as heat retention and sagging. In short, the best memory foam mattress will be over 10″ thick and is likely to consist of multiple layers of various foam and thickness and density like in the picture above.

Delivery and Shipping Services

Some mattresses (not all) which you purchase nowadays will be supplied vacuum rolled and packed into a box. What this means is, your new mattress is no longer a burden for you or the delivery man, because the shipment can be carried straight to your bedroom very easily by you or the courier. Once the vacuum rolled mattress is in place on your bed, simply unpack and unroll. After a short wait, you’ll see what was an extremely thin rolled piece of foam soon form into your thickened full size version. Check the manufacturer’s instructions as to how long to wait before using it to sleep on, but generally, it should reach its full size within 24 hours.

White glove delivery is also an option to consider. Not everyone can handle up to 120 lbs weight (average Queen memory foam mattress). You may receive the delivery to your front door, but what about carrying it to your room, unboxing, lifting it onto the bedframe, and so on? Some mattress companies offer a white glove delivery service. Usually, for a fee, you can have the mattress taken to your room and setup, saving you the hassle.

Certifications

Every memory foam mattress should be CertiPUR-US approved. If it is, then you know you are getting a safe, non-toxic material that is flame-retardant and ozone friendly. Even if it’s a hybrid mattress made of latex and memory foam, the latter should be CertiPUR-US foam. Other materials used in the composition of the mattress may also be certified, but they’re not as important. For example, the wool or cotton may be Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. But, this is more for proving organic and eco-friendliness as opposed to ensuring safety as CertiPUR US would.

Warranty

Warranty is essential for several reasons. Mattresses aren’t always made perfect out of the factory. Occasionally, no matter how reputable the company, you’ll find one which has a defect. A limited warranty will protect you against manufacturer defects, offering you a free replacement. However, more importantly, there is the issue of premature sag. There is no reason for a good mattress to sag more than a certain amount (usually 0.5 inches to 1 inch) within a given period of time after normal usage. These thresholds are set out in the warranty. Some firms will cover you against a 0.5-inch sag, while others won’t listen unless it’s deeper than an inch.

The length of the warranty is also an important factor. Some people choose to keep their mattresses for 15-20 years. While the average memory foam mattress lifespan is less 10-15 years, it’s important to buy a mattress that roughly has this length of cover. Generally, most budget and mid-range mattresses offer up to 10-years, while the best memory foam mattresses will come with a Lifetime/Forever warranty.

Sleep Trial

Not everyone will love the mattress they buy. It’s important to ensure your mattress is perfect, especially given that you’ll be using it for the next decade at least. Therefore, most online mattress companies offer you the option to use the mattress at home for many nights before deciding whether or not to keep or return. Buying a mattress from a showroom usually doesn’t come with this perk, which is why purchasing a mattress online is fast becoming the preferred choice with today’s consumers.

The sleep trial length can vary dramatically between brands. For example, the minimally acceptable threshold is approximately 100 nights. This rises, and you’ll often find 101, 120, 180, and 365-night trials. While you may not need 365 or even 100 nights to decide for sure, it’s a perk worth noting.

Returns

Mattress returns are processed differently, depending on the company. Usually, returns are free. However, occasionally you may have to pay a transport fee which covers the cost of collection. Most mattresses that are returned by customers are donated to charities or homeless shelters.

Some companies will not collect your mattress in person, but instead, liaise with a charity organization and arrange for them to collect it from your home. Other companies will ask you to choose a charity and donate it yourself. Once you provide the mattress company with proof of collection/donation to a charity, they’ll issue your refund.

Memory Foam Mattress FAQ's

Why does my memory foam mattress smell?

This is because the material is made from certain chemicals and other materials, so when the product is first opened, it needs to breathe and expand, often giving off a slightly toxic smell. It goes away after a day or so, and it mostly happens in lower quality types.

Are memory foam mattresses good for heavy people?

Yes, they can be just fine for plus-sized individuals. Generally, most foam mattresses can support in the region of 300 lbs per side without issue. If you weigh more than this, consider the hybrid Titan mattress.

Will the delivery company take away my old mattress or bed?

Some companies offer this service at an additional cost. It is not standard procedure. You’ll usually see this option at the checkout screen, but if you don’t, you will have to use a third party company like LoadUp.

Is memory foam better than innerspring?

There is no better or worse. Spring mattresses are made of steel coils. It’s what a majority of people slept on up until about 15 years ago. Some people prefer the bouncy feel of an innerspring mattress, while others like the sinkage and hugging sensation of memory foam. It’s down to personal choice.

Conclusion

When we conduct research and compile these buying guides and reviews, our ultimate goal is to provide valuable information for sleepers to enjoy slumber and look forward to getting into their beds each night. As with the reviews above, each one is a similar price for the best possible comparison, but each is unique in its composition. There are other similarities, but all of the reviewed are top picks and come highly recommended.

If we had to choose one, it would be the Puffy Lux. The premium feel and comfort are second-to-none. Back pain relief is on-point and targets the upper and lower areas with ease. The innovative design and materials used in its construction, in our opinion, combine to make a mattress that deserves a much higher price tag.

However, every mattress is made differently, and every sleeper has different needs, and therefore numerous factors will determine which you’ll buy in the end. For example, price, warranty, foam type, trial length, and of course, firmness is usually the most common features which dictate a buyer’s decision, and some of which are comparable in our article.

Hopefully, this review has been helpful and aids in your search to find the best memory foam mattress for your needs. If not, please check some of our other mattress reviews.

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