Mattress Reviews and Comparisons 2018 | Tuck Sleep

Mattress Reviews and Comparisons 2018

Tuck’s mattress information is based on more than 200,000 verified customer experiences from thousands of unique sources.

Introduction

Tuck offers the most comprehensive collection of mattress data anywhere on the web. In order to remain unbiased, we’ve collected, reviewed, and verified more than 200,000 customer and owner experiences from thousands of individual sources. Our ratings reflect this data — and we’re constantly updating our information in order to bring you the most current details about today’s sleep products.

The tool below lets you compare models from more than 100 mattress brands based on price, performance, and other factors. Please read the guidelines below before you get started.

How to Use This Information

  1. Use our mattress reviews and guides to learn about different mattress types and suitable options based on your body type and sleep preferences. Our guides also include information about mattress shipping and delivery, sleep trials, warranties, and other important purchasing details.
  2. Determine an optimal price range based on your mattress preferences and personal budget.
  3. Check out our research methodology page to learn how product sleep ratings are calculated.
  4. Use the mattress comparison tool to find the mattress of your dreams. Our database includes exclusive deals and discounts to help you save money on your new mattress.
  5. Contact us if you have any questions — we’re here to help night and day.

A Few Tips

  • Never assume a specific mattress brand or model will be your best option based on marketing or advertising materials. We encourage customers to research mattress components, read product specifications, and test out different models in order to find their most suitable option.
  • Our ratings are based on the consensus of customers and owners. Just because a mattress has received positive feedback and favorable reviews doesn’t mean it will be the best mattress for you. Use our ratings to guide your search, but pay attention to your own preferences before making a final decision.
  • The average mattress requires a 30-night ‘break-in period’ before it will reach its full comfort and support potential. Most mattress brands offer sleep trials that allow customers to test out the bed for a certain period (typically 90 nights or longer) and return it before the trial expires if they are not satisfied. Sleep trials can be very helpful for customers who have not settled on a specific model — but remember they vary in terms of length and return costs.
  • We regularly update pricing information, so be sure to check back regularly if you want to find more options in your price range.
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Mattress Types

Understand what components are in each mattress type along with the pros and cons. Make sure to also review our guides on mattress comfort layers and mattress support cores to gain a deeper understanding of manufacturing, density and gauge ranges and what each how each material effects both the feel and support of a mattress.

PRODUCT TYPEPROSCONSCONSTRUCTION
COMFORT LAYERSupport Core
Innerspring
Pros

Widely available
Affordable
Superior edge support
Perform better for sex
Wide variety of firmness options

Cons

Motion transfer can be significant
Durability issues
Lower owner satisfaction
Noise potential

CONSTRUCTION – Comfort

Usually less than two inches of polyfoam or memory foam

CONSTRUCTION – Support

One of four types of coil systems (bonnell, offset, pocketed, continuous)

Memory foam (Visco Elastic Foam)
Pros

Superior conforming ability
Affordable options available
Strong motion isolation

Cons

Heat retention
Off-gassing possible
Inferior edge support
Harder to move on
May not be responsive enough for sex

CONSTRUCTION – Comfort

At least two inches of visco elastic foam, polyfoam

CONSTRUCTION – Support

HD polyfoam

Hybrid
Pros

Superior support and conforming abilities
More temperature neutral than all-foam mattresses
Good motion isolation
Wide variety of firmness options Superior edge support

Cons

Off-gassing possible
More expensive than innerspring or the average all foam bed
Heavier than innerspring or all foam beds

CONSTRUCTION – Comfort

At least three or more inches of visco elastic foam, polyfoam, or other materials (buckling column gel, micro-coils, etc.)

CONSTRUCTION – Support

Pocketed coil

Latex
Pros

All natural options available
More ‘bounce’ than all-foam mattresses
Close conforming abilities
More durable than other mattress types

Cons

More expensive
Limited availability
Can be extremely heavy
Minimal edge support
Odor potential

CONSTRUCTION – Comfort

Latex

CONSTRUCTION – Support

Latex, HD foam and/or coils for Latex Hybrid Mattresses

Airbed
Pros

Adjustable firmness
Split beds are common
Superior pain relief potential

Cons

Expensive
High noise potential
Prone to breakdowns and costly to fix
Setup can be difficult

CONSTRUCTION – Comfort

Polyfoam (select models), Visco elastic foam (select models)

CONSTRUCTION – Support

Air Chambers

Customer Satisfaction by Mattress Type

Owner Satisfaction

AVG MODEL $800-$1200
AVG MODEL $1200-$2000
AVG MODEL $2000+
INNERSPRING
65.3%
FOAM
72.8%
LATEX
75.6%
HYBRID
72.8%
AIRBED
79.3%