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Mattress Reviews and Comparisons 2017 – Unbiased Sleep Product Database

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Tuck’s mattress information is based on over 95,000 verified customer experiences from over 800 sources

Introduction

The research team at Tuck has put together the most comprehensive collection of mattress product information available on the web. In order to remain truly unbiased, we’ve created database of information as well as customer experience scores based on real data found across the web. Tuck does not have any affiliation with any product, company or service and does not receive ANY compensation for any of information listed in the database below or anywhere on the site.

Find out all about our research process here

How to Use This Information

  1. Understand the different types of mattresses available on the market and what interests you based on your height, weight, body type and sleep preferences
  2. Use our buying guides to familiarize yourself with the process
  3. Settle on a price range that you’re comfortable with to narrow down choices – for reference, we recommend being willing to spend $800 on a mattress that you expect to last at least six to eight years based on consistent, daily use
  4. Understand all of our criteria and datapoints below to make sure you know what you’re looking at
  5. Let us know if you have any questions – we’re available night and day so contact us if you need help
  6. Purchase the bed of your dreams! The average consumer takes 2.5 years to actually make a decision and purchase a mattress in the retail environment, so if you think you’re taking too long to decide, we assure you that’s not the case.

A Few Tips

  • Don’t assume that any specific brand will work for you based on marketing or advertising materials – do your research, understand the components and specs for each mattress your considering and make the right choice for you as an individual
  • Feel free to check out mattresses in a retail setting but be aware that it takes on average 30 days for a mattress to break in and for your body to get used to a mattress – return and sleep trial policies are always a very important consideration when making a final purchase

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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
Innerspring
  • Widely Available
  • Affordable
  • Superior Edge Support
  • Perform Better for Sex
  • Wide Variety of Firmness Options Available
  • Motion Transfer can be significant
  • Durability issues
  • Lower owner satisfaction
  • Noise issues possible
  • Comfort Layers – Usually less than two inches of polyfoam or memory foam
  • Support Core – One of four types of coil systems (bonnell, offset, pocketed, continuous)
Memory Foam (Visco Elastic Foam)
  • Superior conforming ability
  • Affordable options available
  • Superior motion isolation
  • Heat retention
  • Off-gassing possible
  • Inferior edge support
  • Harder to move on
  • Worse for sex
  • Comfort Layer(s) – At least two inches of visco elastic foam, polyfoam
  • Support Core – HD polyfoam
Hybrid
  • Superior support and conforming abilities
  • More temperature neutral than all-foam mattresses
  • Better than average motion isolation
  • Wide Variety of Firmness Options Available
  • Superior edge support
  • Off-gassing possible
  • More expensive than innerspring or the average all foam bed
  • Heavier than innerspring or all foam beds
  • Comfort Layer(s) – At least three or more inches of visco elastic foam, polyfoam, or other materials (buckling column gel, micro-coils, etc.)
  • Support Core – pocketed coil
Latex
  • Unique point elasticity
  • Customizable
  • All natural options available
  • More “bounce” than all foam mattresses while still providing superior conforming abilities
  • More durable than innerspring, all foam and hybrid mattresses
  • More expensive
  • Limited availability
  • Can be extremely heavy
  • Odor can be an issue – customers claim it’s a “wet bandaid” smell
  • Comfort Layer(s) – Latex
  • Support Core – Latex, HD foam and/or coils for Latex Hybrid Mattresses
Airbed
  • Adjustable firmness
  • Split beds are common
  • Superior pain relief potential
  • Expensive
  • Prone to breakdowns – costly to fix
  • Setup can be difficult
  • Comfort Layer(s) – Polyfoam (select models), Visco elastic foam (select models)
  • Support Core – Air Chambers
 

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