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Just a few years ago, buying a new mattress meant going to a store, slipping off your shoes and lying on several varieties.
Today, though, buying a new mattress is often as simple as opening your web browser and typing in a URL. One of the biggest things in sleep news, online mattress companies have become widespread and are changing the way people search for new mattresses.
But how do you figure out which company is best for you? We’re breaking down today’s top online mattress brands to help you decide.
Casper is one of the best-known online mattress brands, thanks to endorsements by celebrities like Khloe Kardashian. An online sleep startup company that sells mattresses directly to consumers, Casper beds come compressed and rolled up in a large box and offer an inexpensive price tag and a fantastic night of sleep.
Casper beds are made from memory foam, and a breathable, springy layer come together to create a perfect sleep surface. The bed also features an open-cell top layer that utilizes conduction and convection to move heat from the body and keep you cool as you sleep.
Casper has a 4-star review for support. People love its soft, contour-absorbing top and lack of springs.
Casper’s mission was to “turn the mattress industry on its head.” They did this by compressing the mattress for easy shipment and delivery, eliminating the need for consumers to shop at mattress stores, and using smart logistics in their whole creation and distribution process. Casper also improves the bed with every run, paying close attention to customer feedback and input.
The Casper bed costs $550 for a twin and $1,150 for a California King.
Casper allows people to sleep on the mattress for 100 days, risk-free. If customers don’t like it, they can return it for a full refund.
Nolah mattresses offer cool sleep structure, none of the chemicals associated with Memory Foam, and latex-free construction.
Nolah mattresses are comprised of three layers: a cooling AirFoam top layer, a 1″ layer of supportive foam, and a 7″ high-density foam base. The entire mattress is covered in Viscose, which wicks moisture and makes the bed comfortable and beautiful.
Customers like Nolah’s combination of soft and firm. They say the mattress is breathable, cool and ideal for relieving hip pain and other pressure-related aches and pains.
Nolah believes that people shouldn’t have to pay for showrooms or distributions when they shop mattresses. As such, the company offers factory-direct pricing and costs that are 70 percent lower than those in a retail store.
A Twin Nolah mattress is $519 while a California King is $949.
Nolah offers a 120-night free trial. If you don’t like it at the end of that time, Nolah will give you a full refund, send a driver to pick the bed up (for free) and donate it to a local charity.
Eight is a sleep-smart mattress that delivers app-driven sleep quality reports, outstanding support and app-controlled bed warming.
This mattress is made from four layers: 2″ of synthetic latex, 2″ Visco and two separate layers of foam. The technology layer includes Piezo sensors and bed temperature sensors, along with heating implements to heat the mattress to your preferences.
The Eight mattress provides outstanding support and comfort, along with breathability. The mattress’s cell structure regains its shape every time you lie down.
Eight’s goal is to offer technology-infused, comfortable mattresses at prices consumers can afford. The Eight bed integrates with other Smart-Home apps for a seamless sleep experience.
A Full Eight bed costs $899, while a Cali King costs $1,149. The company offers monthly payment plans and financing.
Eight offers a 100-night trial. If you don’t love it, you can return it for free.
4. Tuft and Needle
Tuft and Needle advertises itself as “the internet’s most comfortable mattress.” A mattress startup with stores in San Francisco and Arizona, Tuft and Needle delivers affordable beds and fantastic sleep.
These mattresses are made from T&N Adaptive foam (not the same thing as Latex or Memory Foam), and a supportive base layer, which keeps the mattress stable and comfortable. The foam draws heat away from the body and keeps you cool.
Thanks to this mattress’s heat wicking, breathable and supportive layers, it’s consistently ranked as one of the most comfortable online beds.
Tuft and Needle’s founders wanted to set a price for their mattresses and stick to it. Because of that, these beds are affordable and don’t ever go on sale.
A twin mattress costs $375, while a California King costs $850.
Tuft and Needle offers a 100-night trial, with full refunds and free returns.
PlushBeds is a company that delivers 100 percent certified organic latex luxury mattresses made in the USA.
These mattresses are made from certified organic latex and are recommended by chiropractors and orthopedic specialists.
The PlushBeds mattress has a 5-star comfort review, with consumers appreciating it for its supportive yet soft construction.
PlushBeds believes in reducing Volatile Organic Compounds, which are common in everyday furnishings. The company also partners with Autism-support charities to help promote Autism awareness and treatment.
These mattresses range from $1,399 for a Queen mattress to about $2,399 for a California King.
PlushBeds offers a 100-night free trial and a money-back guarantee.
Here are a few other brands not mentioned in the article.
Good luck purchasing your new mattress.
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