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Brooklyn bedding VS Leesa VS Nectar vs Casper VS Helix

Mattress Brooklynbedding Leesa Nectar Casper Helix
Price(Queen) $750 $890 $795 $850 $900
Type Latex Memory Foam Memory Foam Hybrid Hybrid
Firmness 3 firmness 6-7/10 5.5-6.5/10 7-8/10 Customized
Height 10 inches 10 inches 11 inches 9.5 inches 10.4 inches
First layer 2 inches Talalay latex 2 inches avena foam 1 inch quilted gel foam 1.5 inches latex 2 inches dynamic foam
Second layer 2 inches Dunlop latex 2 inches memory foam 1inch semi open lush foam 1.5 inches memory foam 2.4 inches pockected coil
Third layer X X 3 inches adaptive memory foam 1.5 inches transition foam 2 inches comfort foam
bottom layer 6 inches base foam 6 inches base foam 6 inches base foam 5 inches support foam 4 inches base foam
Warranty 10 years 10 years Forever 10 years 10 years
Free Trial 120 nights 100 nights 365 nights 100 nights 100 nights
Comfort
Sleeping cool
Bouncy
Motion transfer
Back Sleeper
Side Sleeper
Stomach Sleeper
Recommend If you like latex If you like bouncy memory foam If you like gel memory foam Waste of money If you Like coil and foam
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Memory foam mattress

Leesa and Nectar are memory foam mattress, Leesa has a longer history compared with Nectar, but Nectar is thicker, has better warranty and free trial, this is what we can get from before diagram.

But actually they target different consumers, Leesa is more bouncy, it’s a memory foam mattress, but more bouncy than general memory foam, their top layer feels a little like latex, so if you like the contouring of memory foam and the bouncy and cool feeling of latex, pick up Leesa.

Nectar is an awesome mattress, I never seen another mattress which provided Forever warranty and 365 nights free trial period. Even some luxury brand like Tempur-Pedic and Duxiana, compared with Leesa, frankly speaking, Nectar is more comfortable, and it also did a better job on motion transfer and contouring, especially for side sleepers, and they even provided some other service like replace mattress cover for free, so personally, I would highly recommend you pick up Nectar if your budget is under $1,000.

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Hybrid mattress

There are two hybrid mattress in this list, Casper and Helix, but their design is totally different. Casper uses latex+memory foam structure, this kinds of structure is very popular, like Ghostbed we reviewed before, persoynally I don’t like Casper, you can know more details from Ghostbed vs Casper.  Sorry, I nearly forgot Dromma bed, this is a very good hybrid mattress as well, I suggest you pick up from Ghostbed or Dromma bed if you like latex+memory foam.

Helix is the only one is this list which use coil. Personaly I think Helix is the coolest in this list, and it’s even more bouncy than Casper, Ghostbed and Dromma bed, another advantage of Helix mattress is its firmeness scale, Helix is the only one mattress company which can customize comfort level based on your behaviors, like weight, sex, sleeping positions…

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Latex mattress

Brooklying bedding is the old pure latex mattress in this list, actually there are not too much pure latex mattress on the market, and most of them are natural latex mattress so the price is very very high, Brooklying is the only one I found at a reasonable price.  And Brooklyn bedding has 3 firmness scale to pick up, so no matter you are side sleeper, back sleeper or stomach sleepers, I believe you can find what you need.

Hi,my name is Chris and used to be a mattress salesperson, now I'm a software engineer and focus on blog writing part time, I created this mattress review and rating site to share my knowledge and experiences and hope everyone can get the correct mattress at a reasonable price.

6 Comments
  1. Reply
    T. Neale December 30, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    Is the NASA type foam used in temperpedic. In any of these beds?

    • Reply
      Chris Young December 31, 2016 at 3:31 am

      Hey T. Neale, thanks for droping by, good question, but hard to answer. Short answer is, no, and never, including Temperpedic
      The original NASA foam was never suitable for sleeping because it broke down in time and lacked the comfort needed to make a good mattress. But the Program never intended to use space foam for bedding. Remember, it was developed for astronauts’ seats, not for sleeping.
      And Tempurpedic did turn this early recipe into an unique material now commonly known as memory foam. Some people still like to call it NASA foam. And other companies did the similar job, they use this technology, but different in details.

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