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The best any mattress can do, our experts told us, is work great for a small group of people, feel pretty good for some, and do okay for a majority of people.
The subjective feelings of “firm” or “soft” complicate the matter further.
We’ll continue to test one new mattress every month (give or take a few days) and compare it with those from Leesa, Casper, Tuft & Needle, and Zinus.
Since the beginning of 2016, I have spent at least 200 hours researching and directly comparing foam mattresses, keeping tabs on the established players and startups, and, most important, sleeping on a variety of foam mattresses for review and comparison.
We’ve researched more than 40 of the top online mattress companies, surveyed hundreds of Wirecutter readers about their mattresses, interviewed experts on sleeping and mattress design, and spent more than 6 months sleeping on and assessing foam mattresses.
All of that leads us to recommend the Leesa as a mattress that will work well for most people who sleep on their side or stomach.
Side-sleepers may find the Leesa relieves more pressure where they sink in (shoulders, elbows, and hips) than the Casper, but by only a small margin.
It feels better to those who like a particularly firm surface (more supportive than pressure-relieving).
The Tuft & Needle has a convenient trial period and comes with a solid warranty.
The newest Casper is a very close runner-up to the Leesa, especially for singles or couples who vary the side they sleep on.
For dedicated back-sleepers who prefer a firm mattress but don’t want to spend a lot on a spring model, we think the Tuft & Needle mattress works well.
Along with hands-on testing, I interviewed: Additionally, I follow the trends in mattress manufacturing and note reader questions about the endless stream of new mattresses available.