Leesa Vs Tuft and Needle Who Makes the Best Mattress in 2017?

Feature

Leesa
($840.00)
 

Tuft and Needle
($575.00)
 
Avena foam Yes
T&N adaptive foam Yes
Memory foam Yes
Contouring foam Yes
OEKO-TEX certified Yes
Risk-free trial Yes Yes
CertiPUR-US certified Yes Yes
Cover Yes Yes

Leesa and Tuft & Needle often go head-to-head when trying to find the best mattress this year. We’ll be reviewing both of these companies’ mattresses to find out which one is the best. Let’s see which model takes the top spot in 2017.

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Leesa Mattress 10-inch Cooling Avena Mattress

Leesa Mattress offers the Cooling Avena and Contouring Memory Foam Mattress. The company’s mattress boasts a supportive multi-layer design that is crafted to look and feel luxurious every night of the week.

Manufactured in the United States, this direct-to-consumer mattress is guaranteed by the manufacturer.

Leesa knows how important sleep is, and they back this with a 100-night guarantee.

If you don’t find that this mattress meets your standards, you can return it for a full refund. It’s a company that puts a lot of pride behind their products. But that’s the start of what this mattress has to offer.

Features

  • 100-night risk-free trial
  • 3-layer foam construction
  • 2″ cooling Avena foam
  • 2″ contouring memory foam
  • 6″ core support foam base
  • Four-stripe cover
  • CertiPUR-US Certified
  • 10-year limited warranty

Leesa is different than your ordinary mattress manufacturer. The company doesn’t make a hundred different mattresses. Instead, Leesa works on just one mattress. And the company has spent years redefining the way that people sleep because of this commitment.

When you sleep on the Leesa, you’re sleeping on three foam layers that offer:

  • Support
  • Comfort
  • Pressure relief

And the company’s mattress layers are strategically placed. When you sleep on the Leesa, you’re going to experience a universal adaptive feel. This feel is produced with the solid core base, memory foam pressure relief and airflow.

It’s a mattress designed to be better than what the industry has to offer.

When you lay on the mattress, you’ll notice that the top layer boasts 2 inches of Avena foam. Leesa states that this layer is made of a material that is similar to latex. The layer provides better support than a normal memory foam layer offers.

The goal of this top layer is to be supportive while also being fire retardant, hypo-allergenic and cooling. Airflow is allowed through this top layer to cool the person off while they sleep.

The next part of the 3-layer construction is the 2″ contouring memory foam. A vital foam layer, this layer allows your body to sink into the bed and reduces pressure on your hips, ankle and feet. Contouring in design, this layer adds to your comfort while you sleep.

And finally, the bottom layer of the mattress is six inches thick and boasts a supportive foam base. This base absorbs your weight while you sleep, ensuring that the Leesa stays sturdy for the lifetime of the mattress.

There’s also a seamless four-strip cover that fits perfectly on the bed.

Pros

  • Adds support for all sleepers without rolling into your partner
  • Offers 100 nights of sleep, so if you don’t like it, return it
  • Provides a lot of support (it takes a few nights to get used to)

Cons

  • Avena isn’t as cooling as promised

An issue that Leesa has is that the company promotes their Avena layer too much. This layer is the company’s signature design, but it’s not as cooling as promoted. A lot of sleepers state that they get too hot at night.

Others seem to love the cooling layer.

It seems to be more preferential than anything else; you’ll either love the Avena layer or hate it. If you’re interested in buying this mattress, there are a lot of questions that people ask that are good to consider before making your purchase.

Common Questions and Answers

  • Does Leesa Come with a Box Spring? No, but the base is thick and can sit on most frames.
  • Does the Mattress Protect Against Dust Mites? Avena foam is resistant to dust mites.
  • Can You Remove the Leesa Cover? Yes, but the manufacturer recommends against it.
  • What Firmness is the Leesa? Medium-firm. The mattress offers great support while also being soft enough to enjoy a comfortable night of sleep.
  • Does Leesa Contain Latex? The mattress does not have latex in its construction, so if you have latex allergies, this is a great mattress for you to choose.
  • Can You Use a Heating Pad on This Mattress? The manufacturer states that you cannot use a heating pad or electric blanket on their mattress. The manufacturer states that the variety of temperature ranges makes it impossible for the company to confidently recommend using any heating product on the mattress.
  • Does Leesa Have a Chemical Smell? Most compressed mattresses will have a smell. The smell is said to go away in a few days, according to users. The packaging states that the smell will “go away soon.” Most mattresses that contain foam will have some degree of a smell initially.

Leesa is a great, supportive mattress. While some users don’t like the heat of the mattress, others say it’s a great option for back and side sleepers. Back pain is also alleviated when using Leesa, which is a major bonus.

Tuft & Needle 10″ Mattress

Tuft & Needle offers a leading 10-inch mattress, and the brand receives rave reviews for almost all of their products. The company’s high-quality design provides that “bouncy” feel that people love, yet it’s also supportive.

Pressure relief is also a key factor behind all of Tuft & Needle’s mattresses.

Also made in the United States, this mattress offers the 100-night guarantee and a 10-year warranty. Tuft & Needle’s advanced foam technology and adaptive foam provide you with a firmness level that’s not too soft or too hard.

Features

  • 100-night risk-free trial
  • T&N adaptive foam
  • Supportive base layer
  • Heat wicking, breathable foam
  • Compatible with most bed frames
  • Polyester and tactile cover
  • OEKO-TEX Class I certification
  • CertiPUR-US certified
  • 10-year limited warranty

Tuft & Needle is another company that is trying to redefine the way people think about sleep. The company’s mattresses have been used by over a half a million people, and even with the 100-night sleep guarantee, they state that 95% of people keep their mattress.

The mattress is engineered with a new foam that has been created based off of customer feedback.

The mattress is not memory foam or latex – it’s unlike anything you’ve experienced. The T&N Adaptive Foam is the company’s own design. The foam is designed to be supportive and comfortable.

A high-quality support layer is also featured.

Ideal support allows people of all sizes and weights to sleep on the Tuft& Needle in comfort. The way that this works is that the support matches the amount of pressure a person puts on the mattress.

It’s a mattress layer that reacts to you.

Tuft & Needle’s foam has been designed to provide you with a cool sleep experience. This is done by the foam dispersing the heat from your body in three key ways:

  1. Heat wicking through gel and graphite that disperses heat away from the mattress
  2. Breathable fabric allows air to flow through the foam cells of the mattress
  3. Support that keeps the sleeper close to the surface of the mattress

If you’re worried that this mattress won’t fit your bed frame, it is compatible with:

  • Box springs
  • Slatted frames
  • Adjustable frames

Shipped in a small box, the mattress is delivered right to your door and will decompress quickly. The mattress has received a UL GREENGUARD certification. What does this mean?  Greenguard gold certified products are known for being:

  • Healthier
  • Releasing fewer pollutants

People who suffer from respiratory issues and asthma will benefit from this mattress more so than the Leesa.

Pros

  • Materials offer fewer pollutants and is ideal for asthma and respiratory issues
  • Customer service goes above and beyond to make the customer happy
  • Soft cooling layer keeps the bed cool at night

Cons

  • Side sleepers complain about this bed

A side sleeper may want to go with the Leesa mattress. The Tuft & Needle is great for most sleeping positions, but some side sleepers complain that they have aches and pains after sleeping on this mattress.

I suggest giving the mattress a try for yourself (you do have a 100-night sleep guarantee).

If you find that the mattress doesn’t work for you as a side sleeper, you can simply return it within the 100-night guarantee and receive your money back.

Common Questions and Answers

  • What Material is the Tuft & Needle Made From? High quality polyurethane foam.
  • Can This Mattress Work for Bigger People? The mattress supports heavier users and alleviates back pain.
  • Can Stomach Sleepers Sleep on the Tuft & Needle? A lot of users enjoy sleeping on their stomach on this mattress.
  • Is Tuft & Needle Firm or Soft? It’s right in the middle. The mattress is very comfortable yet supportive.
  • Can You Use a Heated Mattress Pad with This Mattress? The company’s website says that the foam will not be damaged by the heat of a heating pad.
  • Can You Clean the Tuft & Needle Cover? There’s a zipper on the back side that needs to be unzipped to remove the cover.
  • Can You Sit at the Edge of the Mattress? The edge of the mattress is made to be firmer, so you’ll be able to sit on the edge without worrying about it sinking in too much.
  • Does Tuft & Needle Sag Over Time? The majority of users that have slept in this bed for over a year state that it has maintained its firmness level. There’s a 10-year warranty, so keep that in mind if you’re worried about sagging issues.
  • Can the Mattress Fold? Yes and no. The mattress can fold in half from top to bottom, but it will need to have something to hold it down.
  • Does This Mattress Experience Motion Transfer? No, not really. A lot of users experience almost zero motion transfer. This means that if you or your significant other move in the bed, the other person will not feel the motion transfer.

Tuft & Needle offers a comfortable, supportive mattress that does meet the end user’s expectations for cooling. If you’re a person who sweats a lot at night, Tuft & Needle offers a better cooling than that of the Leesa.

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Which Product We Prefer

Comparing these two mattresses is very difficult. You’ll find that they have many of the same features, yet Tuft & Needle does provide just a two-layer design rather than a three-layer design like the Leesa.

The two-layer design seems to excel in terms of cooling.

If you’re a person that gets hot in the middle of the night or wakes up sweating, the cooling power of the Tuft is what you need. Leesa’s cooling layer doesn’t seem to make the mark even though this layer features the company’s leading foam.

Again, this varies from one sleeper to the next, so the Leesa may seem to offer enough cooling for you.

The great thing is that both of the manufacturers offer a 100-night sleep guarantee. The guarantee allows you to sleep on the bed for up to one hundred nights. If you find that the bed isn’t right for you, both companies will take it back.

Side sleepers, on the other hand, tend to like the Leesa better than the Tuft.

If you’re a person that sleeps on their side more often than not, you may want to go with the Leesa and judge how comfortable the mattress is for you.

WebMD provides a few recommendations on mattresses if you have back problems that I recommend everyone reads.

What mattress would we choose?

Tuft & Needle.

The Tuft & Needle is just a well-made, highly comfortable mattress. When you sleep on this mattress, it provides ample cooling and comfort. The base layer is very thick allowing for added support throughout the entire night’s sleep.

And it promotes proper spine alignment, which will alleviate nagging back and neck pain.

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