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Where To Buy Casper Mattress

To choose a mattress size, consider how big your bedroom is and if you share it with a partner, children, or pets. Typically, twin mattresses are ideal for children and single adults. Twin XL mattresses are better for students in college dorms, or you can combine two for the ultimate split king adjustable bed.

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Full mattresses are perfect for adults with snug bedrooms or guest bedrooms, but our most popular mattress size is the queen. For those with partners, pets, or children, the king or california king are our most spacious mattresses. Still unsure? Check out our Mattress Size Comparison guide.

AmazonCasper mattresses are available on Amazon (where the mattresses have an average review of 4.5 stars). The best part? If you have an Amazon Prime membership, some sizes are available for free two-day delivery.

west elmYou can check out a Casper mattress in-person at 80+ different west elm locations across the country. Shipping and returns are free, and as an added bonus, buying a Casper mattress from west elm will get you a promo code for $50 off your next west elm furniture purchase.

TargetAs of June 2017, Target is selling Casper mattresses, sheets, pillows, and duvets in-store and online. They also sell two exclusive products: a multipurpose convertible seat called the Casper Lounger ($120) designed for napping or studying, and a twin-size mattress topper, sleeping mat, or travel mattress, the Casper Layer ($195).

Mattress Clarity was founded in 2015 with one goal in mind: to simplify your mattress and sleep product purchase decisions with personally tested reviews. Looking to buy a mattress or sleep accessories? Searching for better sleep? We are here to help.

The Endy and the Casper original are both all-foam bed-in-a-box mattresses. They do share a lot of similarities, but you may prefer one over the other depending on your preferred sleeping position and body type. Take a look below to see which might be better for your needs. And check out my full Endy mattress review and Casper mattress review to get even more details.

Casper Original MattressThe Casper Original is an all-foam mattress that is a great option for back sleepers who want a balance of support and pressure relief. Combination sleepers will appreciate this mattress's responsiveness, which makes it easy to change positions throughout the night.

"From the delivery of the box to the magical unfolding of the king size mattress to the first time laying on the bed, all smiles here! I have traveled for work for years, often sleeping on different beds at different hotels night after night."

Though I experienced some slight sinkage as I stretched out on the bed, I never felt stuck in the mattress. On the contrary, I found it easy to move around and change positions. This tells me the Endy could be a fantastic pick for combination sleepers or anyone else who likes to move around in the night.

As I moved around the bed, I felt pretty well supported, thanks in large part to the Zoned Support layer. Even though some positions were more comfortable than others, I think most sleepers will find a great deal of comfort from this mattress, especially those who need targeted pressure relief at the shoulders and hips.

Price is a big factor when choosing a new mattress. Take a look at the pricing chart below to see how these mattress brands compare. And be sure to visit our Casper Casper mattress coupon page or click on the Endy coupon below to save on your new bed.

How do you know when it's time to upgrade your mattress? For me, it was time to move on from my post-college Amazon mattress purchase when it stopped feeling comfortable and started trapping heat. When it was time to upgrade, I tested Casper and Saatva -- two top-rated, online-based mattress brands with tons of positive reviews. After sleeping on both, I found the mattress of my dreams. Keep reading to discover which mattress I kept.

I really thought selecting my perfect mattress would be a breeze, considering how much time I spend researching products for CBS Essentials. I have amassed a hefty catalog of knowledge about sleep brands and products. I've even created a shopping guide on the best mattress deals and worked on how to buy a mattress online -- but if you don't know what you're looking for, ordering the wrong mattress can be a nightmare.

This summer I decided to upgrade from my six-year-old Zinus green tea memory foam queen mattress to a king-size mattress. The Zinus (available on Amazon) is a fairly affordable mattress option. The Zinus mattress had been a fine choice after college, but the longer I had it, the more it started to feel small, lumpy and like it was trapping a ton of heat -- especially once I started sharing it with a partner.

Because I'm a product-research pro, I knew that a hybrid mattress would likely sleep cooler than a dense memory foam one. According to the Sleep Foundation, cool air travels more easily through a hybrid mattress due to its coil support system.

The Casper Sleep Original Hybrid and the Saatva Classic mattresses both promised a cool sleep, including comfort and support. Both mattresses are similarly priced, and frequently go on sale. Casper and Saatva offer retail stores in select locations where you can try out the mattresses for yourself. Casper offers free, no-contact delivery and 100-night sleep trial. Saatva offers free in-room delivery and set-up, as well as a 365-night trial. I ended up trying both.

Full disclosure, I love Casper. Thanks to personal experience, I think the brand makes some of the best sheets, duvets and pillows on the market. Due to that familiarity, plus the variety of mattresses it offers, Casper was my first choice. Even better: While I was mattress shopping, Casper was also having a major sale.

The brand lists the Casper Sleep Original Hybrid as Casper's "most-loved" mattress. It has a five-star rating on the Casper site and a 4.5-star rating on Amazon, as well as many positive reviews. The mattress features a bottom spring layer to prevent sinking and promote airflow, a middle memory foam layer with three ergonomic zones for support and a top perforated-foam layer for breathability and comfort. The mattress sounded comfortable, and most importantly, like it slept cool. I clicked "add to cart".

My first night with this mattress was like sleeping on a cloud. The Casper Sleep Original Hybrid is soft, airy and light. I didn't wake up sweating or feeling like I needed to peel all the covers off. But by my third night of sleep, I felt like I was sinking through that fluffy cloud and falling, unsupported, into a waking nightmare of back and shoulder pain. This dreamy mattress was just too soft for me.

What I hadn't realized was that years of sleeping on a dense foam mattress had turned me into a hard-mattress person. I didn't just need a mattress that would sleep cool, I needed a mattress that was going to feel sturdy and would support my body from my neck down to my back. I needed to return the Casper.

I began my search for a firm mattress, secure with the knowledge that Casper gives you a 100-night sleep trial. The first brand to appear when I Googled "best firm mattress" was Saatva. I noticed that Saatva's Classic mattress includes a comfort-level feature that allows you to select your desired mattress firmness -- a feature not included with any mattress from Casper.

The moment I lay down, I knew I'd found the mattress for me. Every night of sleep since has felt as though I am comfortably resting on my bed, not sinking down into it. The curves of its plush pillow-top support my neck, shoulders and back. Plus, its coil support layer keeps air flowing, so I don't sleep hot.

Although I'm sure that mattress would have provided more support, I was more impressed with Saatva's comfort-level choices. This feature helped ensure that I chose the mattress with the most support for me.

This Casper mattress is highly rated by customers. It's outfitted with gel pods that lift your waist and lower back for better alignment. The mattress is made with Casper's AirScape 3 + cooling gel technology, which helps prevent the mattress from growing hot.

Technically foam models, Purple mattresses feature the company's Purple Grid technology, which layers hyper-elastic polymer between tiers of foam or coils, depending on the model. The traditional Purple mattress features two levels of the brand's trademark gel, paired with dual-layer foam, while the Purple Plus boasts two extra layers of comfort foam. The Purple Hybrid adds pocked coils for more airflow and durability, and the Purple Hybrid Premiere 3 or 4 -- luxury models -- offer three or four inches of the buoyant-feeling gel. Every mattress comes with a 100-night, risk-free sleep trial period. 041b061a72


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