Since 2015, there has been an explosion of online mattresses. The vast majority of these mattresses are memory foam. That’s because new roll packing technology has made it easy to compress and wrap them so that they fit in a box that can be shipped by UPS and FedEx. Many of them consist of 3 layers of foam and a zippable knit ticking. Below are the mattresses that I have tested so far. It can be hard to know how these mattresses will feel without trying them out first but in my reviews I show you how the foam reacts so you have a better sense of what to expect.
According to the Better Sleep Council, currently 16% of Americans are sleeping on a memory foam mattress.
A key selling point to many of these mattresses is their free trial period. Traditional mattress stores will charge a restocking fee or make you choose another mattresses in their showroom as an exchange. That’s a lousy deal because the reason you chose your first mattress is because you thought it was the best, you would then need to settle for your second choice.
Alexander Signature Select
|Read review||Alexander Signature|
Love and Sleep Mattress
|Read review||Love and Sleep|
Cypress Bamboo Gel 13
|Read review||Cypress Bamboo Gel 13|
Coop Home Goods
|Read review||Brooklyn Bedding|
|Read review||SHOP GHOSTBED|
Loom & Leaf
|Read review||Loom & Leaf|
Zinus Pocket Spring
|Read review||Pocketed Spring|
Live and Sleep
|Read review||Live and Sleep|
If you have any questions about these mattresses, please reach out to me direct at: firstname.lastname@example.org