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The Happsy Mattress is a mattress that uses primarily organic materials such at GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) Cotton and GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard) latex in addition to a spring system. A queen size Happsy retails for $1,399 which puts it at a very competitive price point for an all natural mattress.
Overview of the Happsy Mattress
The Happsy mattress can be ordered direct from their website and will arrive about a week after placing your order. Unlike most online mattress companies, the Happsy will come in multiple boxes That’s because the latex layer cannot be compressed like foam and so will come in a separate box. Below is a photo of what I received for my Happsy mattress plus topper. The mattress will ship to your door though so there’s no need to schedule a delivery.
The Happsy comes with a 120 night trial where if you don’t like it, you can return it for a full refund. This is still rare with natural mattresses. There aren’t many brands that offer a trial period. Additionally, this mattress comes with a 10 year warranty.
Below is a video overview of the Happsy. I’m sitting on it with the optional latex topper.
Construction of the Happsy Mattress
The Happsy Mattress is made with the following materials:
Organic cotton fabric cover
Organic wool batting
2″ organic latex
8″ pocketed springs
organic cotton batting
How Much Does the Happsy Mattress Cost?
Below are the prices of the Happsy mattress as listed on their website.
- King: $1,699
- California King: $1,699
- Queen: $1,399
- Full: $1,199
- Twin XL: $999
- Twin: $899
Mattress Plus Topper
Twin XL $1,078
Cal King $1,998
Happsy just doesn’t stop with a mattress. They also offer a mattress protector, pillows and even a natural crib mattress.
My Happsy Mattress Findings
The Happsy comes with or without a topper. If you go with the topper option just note that it fits on top of the mattress and is not integrated. This shouldn’t be an issue though when you put sheets over everything.
Below is a photo of how much sinkage you can expect with the mattress topper option. I like a more plush feel and if you do too, then I strongly recommend getting the topper.
Below you can see how much sinkage you get without the topper. There is a very pronounced difference here.
The Happsy is a bouncy mattress because it is springs and latex. Here’s video showing motion transfer on the mattress.
Is the Happsy Mattress right for you?
People seeking out a firm natural mattress will want to go with the Happsy. If you want a plush feel, I strongly recommend adding the latex topper. Latex has a unique feel and is instantly responsive, unlike memory foam which lags. Latex is a more resilient material in that it will last longer than foam so it is a worthwhile investment assuming you like the feel.
The field of online organic / natural mattresses is still limited so it’s welcoming to see the Happsy come in at such a competitive price point.
For reference, a queen Avocado Mattress retails for $1,399 and $1,799 for the pillow top option whereas a queen Happsy is $1,199 and $1,598 for the pillow top.
If you are looking for a softer natural mattress, check out the Cedar Mattress from Brentwood Home.