Multiple layers of foam sit atop the innerspring coils at the base of this hybrid mattress. Adaptive foam at the top cushions the body while a layer of slow-recovery foam dampens bounce. Excellent pressure point relief. Cohesive edge doesn’t slope too much. Sleeps cool for most.
Side sleepers may find this mattress too soft.
Tuft & Needle’s original all-foam mattress is almost entirely made of adaptive foam, which isolates movement so sleepers don’t annoy each other. Easy to set up. CertiPUR-US and Greenguard certified.
May initially be too firm for some sleepers, requiring a soft topper until foam breaks in.
This all-foam mattress sleeps cool and doesn’t wrap too closely to the body. Has a medium-firm feel that holds up well through the first year of use. Easy to handle and carry due to its smaller dimensions and weight. Holds three major certifications: CertiPUR-US, Greeguard Gold, and OEKO-TEX.
Side sleepers may find it too firm to align their bodies properly.
Very supportive all-foam construction that isn’t too soft or too firm. Supports stomach and back sleepers adequately. No off-gassing odor after initial setup. Good for kids to grow into, or you could buy two to use as a king setup.
Sleeps fairly warm, and edge support is not great.
This California king mattress is composed of a pocket coil base, open-cell foam layers, and a thicker adaptive foam top than many other Tuft & Needle mattresses. Combination sleepers can find comfort in all positions. Medium-firm rating, though mattress feel starts out firm and softens slightly as it breaks in.
Compression package is heavy, requiring at least two people to carry and open.
Tuft & Needle was an early entrant in the bed-in-a-box market, debuting its memory foam mattress in 2012. Since then, the company has become a fixture, attracting customers with its reasonable prices and ease of ordering and even launching an Amazon-only brand, Nod. Like its competitors, a Tuft & Needle mattress is delivered in a compressed state and returns to its intended shape as soon as the box is opened. As with all memory foam mattresses, buyers should consider key features such as firmness, level of support in the bottom layer, comfort in the top layer, edge control, and sleeping temperature.
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