Casper vs. Leesa Mattress Review

 

The last couple of years have been big for the bed mattress market. Lots of new online bed mattress business are drastically re-shaping the market. With many direct-to-consumer online options readily available, it’s as tough to know the best choice online as it remains in store.

Two of the most spoken about options are the Casper and the Leesa bed mattress. Both are hybrid foam bed mattress, both have a terrific rate point, and both have remarkable evaluations. But there are essential distinctions, so with that stated, let’s dive in!

BUILDING

Both Casper Sleep and Leesa Sleep bed mattress are hybrid foam bed mattress, implying they use a mix of different kinds of foam to attain optimum convenience and assistance.

FOAM LAYERS

Leesa utilizes 3 foam layers. Avena foam does offer much better resilience than latex foam (read our Avena vs. Latex contrast post here for more details). The middle layer is 2 inches of memory foam. The bottom layer is a 6-inch assistance foam base.

Leesa’s leading layer of Avena foam is developed to offer cooling and air flow throughout the night, so the bed mattress does not “sleep hot”. Like the Casper, I never ever seemed like the Leesa slept hot in the tiniest.

After sleeping a number of months on each bed mattress I would say both bed mattress are relatively similar in regards to cooling. I have not seemed like they are any hotter than any innerspring bed mattress I’ve slept on.

 

COVER

The cover is not something that’s especially crucial from a pure performance viewpoint. Nevertheless, it does make a great declaration about each bed mattress.

Casper has chosen a more subtle and standard cover. The cover is 2-tone, with all white on the top and grey around the sides. The white piece of material on top is relatively thin, elastic, and permeable. It is made from 100% polyester. This makes it excellent from a breathability and cooling viewpoint, nevertheless, I would warn you to be mindful when moving the bed mattress.

Leesa’s cover makes use of a strong 4-bar design. The cover is cut from a single piece of material and woven together so it’s nearly completely smooth. Leesa’s cover is rather distinct compared with most other bed mattress in its smooth building and construction and design. I truly love the visual design of the Leesa.

Leesa’s cover is constructed from a mix of polyester and Lycra. Polyester offers terrific resilience, safeguarding the Leesa from damage, while the Lycra offers remarkable stretch, wetness wicking, and breathability. Lycra is the exact same product they use to make performance sports clothing. While thinner than more conventional quilted covers, the Leesa cover is a great bit thicker than Casper. The included density offers it a longer lasting feel and provides me more self-confidence in its long term toughness.

The two mattresses, like all other things, have their own advantages and disadvantages, especially design wise. It all boils down to the user’s needs.

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