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11 Best Mattresses You Can Have Delivered to Your Door

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Oct 13th, 2017

The mattress industry has exploded with innovative startups over the past few years. Today, there are more than 40 online-based mattress retailers in the U.S. alone. Few of these companies have brick-and-mortar locations where you can test out their mattresses. But most of them offer free shipping and no-risk trial periods of between two and four months so you’re not stuck paying for a mattress if you’re not completely satisfied. Here are some of the industry’s leading mattresses you can order online and have shipped right to your door.

Bear

Bear’s graphite-gel infused memory foam is designed to relax and rejuvenate muscles. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or simply lead a generally active lifestyle, it may be perfect for you. Bear’s thermo-reactant Celliant-fiber mattress topper also promotes a cooler sleep. Bear offers a 100-night, risk-trial period and free shipping. Bear’s mattresses start at 00.

Brentwood Home Coronado

Brentwood Home makes mattresses in California using non-toxic products from around the world. Beneath a Belgian-knit Eurotop cushion, the Coronado’s lining contains a layer of moisture-wicking New Zealand wool. This thick, earth-friendly mattress has a six-inch therapeutic foam base, three inches of cooling Airlux ventilation foam, and three inches of gel memory foam. If you’re looking for a comfortable, cooling mattress that is eco-friendly and health-conscious, test out the Brentwood Home Coronado. This mattress has a generous 120-day trial period, and starts at 99.99.

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Casper

If you’ve only heard of one mattress on this list, there’s a good chance it’s Casper. This creatively, if aggressively, advertised mattress combines springy latex foam with supportive memory foam. Casper ships its mattresses all over the country. But if you live in Southern California or New York, you have the chance to test the mattress by napping in a brick-and-mortar showroom. Casper’s mattresses are available in six sizes, starting at 50. Casper recently released a new mattress called the Casper Wave. The verdict has yet to be determined, but early reviews are favorable. The Casper Wave starts at 000. Casper also manufactures and sells memory foam pillows and sheets.

Eve

This UK company’s budget-friendly mattress is made with temperature-regulating memory foam. The Sleep Eve has a washable, anti-slip base. Eve offers a 100-day trial period on its mattresses, which start at 49.

Helix Sleep

Before ordering a Helix mattress, you’ll be prompted to complete a short “sleep quiz.” Based on your answers, the company will tailor-recommend a mattress. Like the well-advertised Sleep Number mattress, the Helix Sleep can be personalized on each half to meet sleeping partners’ different sleeping needs. The Helix contains one layer of latex foam, steel-forged microcoils, and a layer of durable polyurethane foam. The Helix Sleep comes with a 100-night trial and is backed by a 10-year warranty. It starts at 00.

Hyphen

Hyphen’s proprietary foam contours to your body without enveloping it, providing adaptive, variable support. Hyphen’s foam also helps control temperature in four different ways. Backed by a 20-year guarantee, Hyphen’s innovative mattress starts at 75.

Leesa

Leesa’s memory foam mattress is designed to suit all sleeping styles and habits. If you know exactly what you want in a mattress, Leesa may not be for you. But if you’re looking for expert-approved comfort that’s neither too soft nor too hard, the Leesa Sleep mattress could be just right. Leesa offer free shipping and a 100-day, at-home trial. The mattress is available in six sizes, starting at 25. For every 10 mattresses the company sells, Leesa donates a mattress to a shelter in need.

Keetsa

Keetsa offers a highly-personalized, guilt-free sleep experience, with seven earth-friendly models in its line. Keetsa’s eco-friendly mattresses are composed of BioFoam and certified organic cotton. The mattresses are delivered in packaging made primarily from recycled paper. The Keetsa starts at 71.45.

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Purple

What distinguishes Purple from other mattresses on this list? A rocket scientist is responsible for inventing the mattress’ primary proprietary technology. Purple provides the support of a firm mattress, but is topped with a layer of non-foam Hyper-Elastic Polymer that is designed to cradle pressure points like a soft mattress does. Purple’s innovative, temperature-regulating mattress starts at 99.

Tuft & Needle

Tuft and Needle’s highly-rated mattress counts many a satisfied sleeper among its clientele. The company’s proprietary adaptive foam helps it to provide a comfortable, supportive rest. Tuft & Needle’s mattresses start at 25, and are available in five- and ten-inch models.

Yogabed

Several of the mattresses on this list are made from two or three layers of foam. Yogabed’s luxurious mattress contains four layers of foam. The result is a sleeping surface that strikes an agreeable balance between soft and firm, as well as cool and warm. The Yogabed starts at 99.

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