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- Sleepers who prefer a balance of body-conforming and responsiveness. The Endy Mattress contours somewhat to the body in order to alleviate pressure, but the polyfoam is a bit bouncier and more responsive than memory foam. This creates a feeling of both sleeping “on” and sleeping “in” the mattress.
- People who weigh 230 pounds or less. After testing the Endy Mattress, we found this model is best suited to sleepers in the lightweight and average weight groups.
- Couples. Like other all-foam beds, the Endy Mattress reduces disruptions for co-sleepers by isolating motion very well and not producing any noise.
- Value seekers. Compared to the average mattress, the Endy Mattress has a very low price-point.
Not Recommended for...
- Sleepers who prefer close body-conforming. The mattress conforms to a noticeable degree, but it does not provide the same pressure-relieving body cradle as memory foam.
- Hot sleepers. The bed’s foam layers absorb a fair amount of body heat from sleepers, and may feel excessively warm as a result.
Tuck's Video Review
The Tuck testing crew evaluated the Endy Mattress for pressure relief, edge support, and other performance factors. To see their findings, check out our video review below.
Tuck’s testing team conducted an extensive evaluation of the Endy Mattress. Our review and rating process consists of three parts: in-house evaluation, external sleep testing, and data collection of verified owner experiences. To learn more about our review process, read our methodology here.
Our performance criteria and ratings for the bed are listed in the table below.
As you can see, the Endy Mattress excels in certain areas such as motion isolation and pressure relief, but has also earned lower ratings in other categories. For a detailed look at each rating, check out our full breakdown below.
Sleep Position Ratings
As part of our ratings process, we evaluated the Endy Mattress across different body types and preferred sleep positions. In addition to physical testing, we surveyed our sleep expert team and analyzed reviews from verified mattress owners and customers. Our findings are listed in the table below.
|Sleep Position||Less than 130 LBS||130 LBS - 230 LBS||Greater than 230 LBS|
How Is the Endy Mattress Constructed?
The Endy Mattress has a cover made of 97 percent polyester and 3 percent spandex. The fabric has an exceptionally soft and stretchy feel.
The cover can be unzipped and removed from the mattress for cleaning. If staining occurs, Endy recommends either spot-cleaning with mild detergent and water, or machine-washing the cover in warm water and allowing it to air-dry.
The Endy Mattress has a 2-inch comfort layer made of open-cell polyfoam with a medium-firm feel. The foam is also somewhat responsive compared to memory foam, giving the surface a light bounce. Due to its lower density (3 PCF), the material is fairly breathable but also susceptible to early wear and tear.
A 3-inch transitional layer of high-density (1.8 PCF) polyfoam rests beneath the comfort layer. Acting as a buffer for sleepers, this material prevents them from sinking too deeply into the mattress and coming into contact with the support core.
The Endy Mattress has a 5-inch polyfoam support core. The bed’s support foam has the same density as the transitional layer (1.8 PCF), but it feels firmer and is less susceptible to sagging. The support core stabilizes the entire bed in order to keep sleepers on an even plane.
The Endy Mattress measures 10 inches thick, making it a medium-profile model. The bed mostly consists of high-density polyfoam, and sacrifices comfort layer space in order to provide more stability for sleepers. As a result, the mattress feels fairly firm and supportive, and does not conform to the body very closely.
|Product Name||Firmness Level||Thickness||Support Core Components||Comfort Layer Components||Cover Components|
|Endy Mattress||Medium-Firm (6)||10″||5″ 1.8 PCF HD Polyfoam||2″ 3 PCF Open-Cell Polyfoam
3 1.8 PCF Transitional Polyfoam
|97% Polyester, 3% Spandex|
What Are the Firmness and Feel Like?
The Endy Mattress has a medium-firm feel. Sleepers experience some body-conforming, but the polyfoam does not mold closely to the sleeper like memory foam. The thick transitional and base layers of high-density polyfoam ensure even support and minimal sagging for most sleepers who weigh 230 pounds or less.
The mattress – like other all-polyfoam beds – is also fairly responsive. This creates a balanced feeling of both sleeping “on” and sleeping “in” the mattress.
Next, let’s take a closer look at our performance ratings for the Endy Mattress. Each rating is based on findings from our internal and external testing teams, along with experiences from verified Endy owners.
The Endy Mattress has been available to the public since 2015. We have not had enough time to evaluate this model across the average mattress lifespan of six to eight years. Therefore, our durability rating is based on the bed’s quality of materials and construction, owner experiences, and Endy’s overall reputation.
We estimate the Endy Mattress will perform for about six to six and a half years before a replacement is needed. This expected lifespan is on par with the average all-polyfoam model, but slightly shorter than the average lifespan for all mattress types. Thick transitional and base layers of high-density polyfoam should prevent heavy sagging over time.
However, the mattress is susceptible to deep sinkage along the edges where people sit when getting in and out of bed. Additionally, the low-density comfort layer will likely begin to deteriorate before the other components, and this may cause body impressions to form on the surface.
In order to minimize these impressions, we recommend rotating the Endy Mattress head-to-foot every three to six months.
To evaluate the Endy Mattress for motion isolation, we asked two testers to lie side-by-side on the bed. One tester moved around while the other felt for motion transferring across the surface. During this test, the Endy Mattress exhibited excellent motion isolation. The polyfoam absorbed movement exceptionally well, and neither tester felt any transfer on the surface.
All-foam beds like the Endy Mattress often excel at motion isolation. Other mattress types – such as latex, innerspring, and hybrid – have components that make their surfaces feel much more responsive, and this can lead to more motion transfer (and sleep disruptions) for co-sleepers.
Our testers noticed some off-gassing odor when unboxing the Endy Mattress. However, these smells had mostly dissipated when they re-evaluated the mattress a few days later. Very few owners report bothersome smells after the first few days, as well.
New all-foam mattresses tend to produce the most odor because they emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs), relatively harmless particles that carry a distinct chemical smell. That said, most lose their odor within one week or less, and most models are not associated with long-term smells.
To evaluate the Endy Mattress for pressure relief, our testers took turns lying on a sensory pad that tracks pressure build-up in the shoulders, hips, and other sensitive areas. The testers also switched positions to see if the pressure increased or decreased when lying on their sides, back, or stomach.
Throughout these tests, the Endy Mattress demonstrated very good pressure relief for sleepers weighing 230 pounds or less. The comfort layer conforms closely enough to align the spine and reduce pressure for side sleepers without sacrificing even support for back and stomach sleepers. That said, heavier individuals may sink a bit too deeply into the mattress and experience added pressure as a result.
The Endy Mattress has a comfort layer of low-density, open-cell polyfoam. This material is fairly breathable compared to higher-density foams, particularly memory foam. However, the bed still absorbs a fair amount of body heat from sleepers due to its all-foam construction. This may cause some sleepers to feel uncomfortably warm, especially if they naturally run hot.
Many all-foam mattresses tend to sleep hot. Their solid foam components do not circulate air very well, causing the comfort layers to trap heat. Beds with more breathable materials, such as ventilated latex or open coil systems, usually sleep much cooler by comparison.
To evaluate the Endy Mattress for edge support, our testers sat along the perimeter as an owner might do when getting in and out of bed. All of our testers noticed some sinkage when seated on the edges, indicating minimal support from the transitional and base layers, but the mattress performed better in this category than many of its all-foam competitors.
The testers also took turns lying near the edges of the mattress to check for feelings of “roll-off.” Sinkage was also an issue during this test, particularly when the testers changed sleep positions, but overall they felt relatively stable.
All-foam mattresses generally offer minimal edge support because polyfoam – even with a high-density – does not withstand compression very well. Most hybrid and innerspring models offer better perimeter reinforcement due to their thick coil systems.
During our tests, we noticed the Endy Mattress is virtually silent when bearing weight. This is a common attribute of all-foam beds. Other mattress types produce more noise due to certain internal components, such as the coils found in innersprings and hybrids, or the motorized air chambers found in airbeds.
Because the mattress isolates motion very well and does not make any noise, we recommend this model to anyone who experiences disruptions due to their co-sleeper’s movements during the night.
The Endy Mattress has some responsiveness, but it lacks the bounciness of hybrids and innersprings. Couples may not find the mattress springy enough for sex. Additionally, the limited edge support prevents couples from using the entire surface of the mattress.
The ideal firmness and thickness for a mattress largely depend on a sleeper’s body weight, shape, and preferred sleep position. In order to better inform our readers and avoid subjectivity in our review, the Tuck team evaluated the bed with sleep testers of varying body types and position preferences.
Lightweight Sleepers – Less than 130 lbs.
Our lightweight sleep testers awarded positive ratings to the Endy Mattress. Side sleepers found the mattress a bit on the firm side, but the low-density comfort layer offered adequate padding while the transitional and support layers kept their bodies on an even plane. For back and stomach sleepers in this weight group, the mattress offered a good balance of conforming and support – but again, the mattress was a little too firm for their liking.
Lightweight sleepers usually prefer mattresses with soft to medium-soft feels. These beds conform closely enough to cradle the sleeper, align the spine, and alleviate pressure points throughout their body. Firmer beds tend to conform less, and sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds do not experience as much pressure relief as they might on a softer mattress.
Average Weight Sleepers – 130 to 230 lbs.
The best ratings for the Endy Mattress came from our side sleepers in the average weight group. They felt very comfortable thanks to the bed’s medium-firm feel and ample cushioning from the low-density comfort layer. Back and stomach sleepers weighing 130 to 230 pounds also liked the mattress, though they noted some sagging around the midsection.
For most average weight sleepers, the ideal mattress falls between medium-soft and medium-firm. These beds provide a balance of body-contouring and even support, resulting in good pressure relief and minimal sagging. Softer beds often sag too much for average weight sleepers, whereas firmer beds may not conform closely enough to reduce pressure points.
Heavyweight Sleepers – More than 230 lbs.
Our heavyweight sleep testers were somewhat mixed in their ratings for the Endy Mattress. Side sleepers weighing more than 230 pounds sank a bit too deeply into the low-density comfort layer, but the mattress still alleviated pressure reasonably well. Back and stomach sleepers in this weight group did not feel as comfortable, and this was largely due to sagging around the lower back and hips.
Heavyweight sleepers often prefer medium-firm to firm mattresses. Softer beds sag too much, and this can affect how supportive the mattress feels. While the Endy Mattress has a medium-firm feel, its low-density comfort layer is more prone to sagging for larger sleepers.
Pricing and Discounts
- Twin $600 CAD ($460 USD)
- Twin XL $625 CAD ($479 USD)
- Full $700 CAD ($537 USD)
- Queen $775 CAD $594 (USD)
- King $875 CAD $671 (USD)
- Cali King $875 CAD $671 (USD)
How Does the Endy Mattress Compare to Other Beds?
We encourage all mattress shoppers to compare different brands and models in order to determine which bed is best for them. In this next section, we’ll see how the Endy Mattress compares to similarly constructed models from other brands.
Endy vs. Brunswick
The Brunswick Spring Mattress from GoodMorning.com is a hybrid model made with a Euro-top cover and comfort layers of memory foam, polyfoam, and polyfibers. The support core consists of 8-inch pocketed coils encased in high-density foam, giving the mattress very good edge support.
Both mattresses offer a medium-firm feel best suited for sleepers weighing 130 to 230 pounds. However, the Brunswick Spring Mattress promotes strong airflow through its coil layer, allowing it to maintain a cool, comfortable temperature. The Endy Mattress sleeps much warmer by comparison, but its all-foam design ensures better motion isolation and more pressure relief.
The Endy Mattress and Brunswick Spring Mattress have comparable price-points, though the latter costs slightly less, and both ship exclusively to customers in Canada. Those who like the balance of conforming and responsiveness from an all-foam bed should consider the Endy Mattress, while the Brunswick Spring Mattress is best suited to hot sleepers and shoppers seeking stronger edge support.
Endy vs. Casper
The Casper Mattress is a mixed-foam model with comfort layers of polyfoam and memory foam over a high-density polyfoam base. The mattress conforms a bit closer to sleepers than the Endy Mattress due to its memory foam layer, and also has a softer, medium (5) feel.
The Endy and Casper Mattresses share a few similarities, as well. Both offer excellent motion isolation and do not produce any noise, making either bed suitable for couples. They also alleviate pressure for most sleepers who weigh 230 pounds or less, but may be a bit too soft for heavier individuals. However, the Endy Mattress outperforms the Casper Mattress in terms of edge support. One benefit of the Casper Mattress is temperature neutrality, as this model absorbs less body heat from sleepers than many of its all-foam competitors (including the Endy Mattress).
The Casper costs more than the Endy Mattress, but both beds are affordably priced. Sleepers who enjoy the pressure-relieving body cradle of memory foam will likely prefer the Casper Mattress, whereas those who like a mix of conforming and responsiveness should opt for the Endy Mattress instead.
Endy vs. Douglas
Like the Casper Mattress mentioned above, the Douglas Mattress by GoodMorning.com is a mixed-foam model. The top layer is made of memory foam, so the mattress conforms more closely to sleepers than the all-polyfoam Endy Mattress. This creates a feeling of sleeping “in” – as opposed to “on” – the mattress.
Like the Endy Mattress, the Douglas Mattress is medium-firm and best suited to people who weigh 130 to 230 pounds. However, the Douglas Mattress outperforms the Endy Mattress in terms of pressure relief due to its memory foam layer, which hugs the body closer and reduces more pressure points than polyfoam. The memory foam also absorbs motion and reduces transfer better than the polyfoam found in the Endy Mattress.
The Douglas Mattress costs slightly less than the Endy Mattress, but both models are considered high-value beds. Customers who prefer the body-conforming feel of memory foam will likely find the Douglas Mattress more comfortable, and the Endy Mattress is best suited to those who enjoy a balance of conforming and responsiveness.
Endy vs. Logan & Cove
The Logan & Cove Mattress is a 14-inch hybrid model from GoodMorning.com. The mattress features a wood-derived Tencel cover, along with comfort layers of blended silk, polyfoam, memory foam, and soy-based bio-foam. These innovative materials offer comfortable body-conforming and pressure relief, while 8-inch pocketed coils ensure excellent overall support.
The Logan & Cove Mattress is available in medium-soft and medium-firm designs. This selection accommodates a wider range of body types and sleep positions compared to the Endy Mattress, which is only available with one firmness option.
The Logan & Cove Mattress also provides better temperature neutrality thanks to consistent airflow through its coil layer, as well as added cooling from the silk fiber comfort layer. However, the Endy Mattress isolates motion better than the Logan & Cove Mattress.
The Logan & Cove Mattress is more expensive than the Endy Mattress, though it is also fairly low-priced for a hybrid model. Those who prefer high-profile mattresses with thick foam layers and strong support systems should opt for the Logan & Cove Mattress. For budget-minded shoppers and those who like shorter beds, the Endy Mattress will be the better option.
Endy vs. Novosbed
The Novosbed is built with 4 inches of memory foam over a support core of high-density polyfoam. This mattress is ideal for those who prefer sleeping “in” – and not “on” – their bed, while the Endy Mattress provides a more balanced feeling of both sleeping “on” and sleeping “in.”
Customers can choose from three firmness options for their Novosbed: soft, medium, and medium-firm. This range ensures most sleepers can find a suitable design regardless of their body type, sleep position, or firmness preferences. The Endy Mattress, by comparison, is more limiting for shoppers, but this model offers better edge support. Both beds have also earned similar ratings in some key performance categories, such as motion isolation and pressure relief.
The Novosbed is a bit more expensive but – unlike the Endy Mattress – this model ships to Canada and the United States. For most shoppers, the decision between these two beds should come down to their comfort preferences. Those who like the deep, pressure-relieving cradle of memory foam should choose the Novosbed, while the Endy Mattress is best suited to sleepers who like an all-foam bed that is also fairly responsive.
Brunswick Spring Mattress
Logan & Cove by Novosbed
|PRICE RANGE||$850||$749 (CAD)||$995.00||$749 (CAD)||$999 (Canadian)||$999|
|SLEEP TRIAL||100 nights||120 nights||100 nights||120 nights||120 nights||120 nights|
|WARRANTY LENGTH||10 Year, Limited||15 Year, Limited||10 Year, Limited||15 years, Limited||15 Year, Limited||15 Year, 10 non-prorated|
Sleep Trial 100 nights
Shipping Free to all 10 Canadian provinces
Warranty 10 years, non-prorated
Made In Canada
Where Can I Buy the Endy Mattress?
The Endy Mattress is available for purchase on the Endy website, but this model is not sold on Amazon.com at this time. The mattress is also sold at Urban Barn locations and other partner showrooms located throughout Canada. A full store listing is found on the Endy website.
Where Do They Ship?
Endy ships their mattress for free to every Canadian province. Shipping to the country’s three territories (Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon) is available for an added delivery charge.
White Glove Delivery?
Endy does not offer White Glove delivery for their mattress.
Old Mattress Removal?
Endy does not offer old mattress removal with any orders.
Full Delivery Policy
The delivery policy for Endy is as follows:
- Shipping is free for customers in all 10 Canadian provinces. Those who reside in one of Canada’s three territories (Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut) pay additional shipping charges based on their location.
- Endy does not ship mattresses to locations outside of Canada, including anywhere in the United States.
- All mattress deliveries are coordinated through FedEx. Most mattresses ship within one to two business days of the original order. After the mattress ships, customers receive a tracking number to monitor their delivery’s progress.
- Customers should contact Endy immediately if they need to change their shipping address.
Trial Period and Warranty Details
Trial Period and Guarantee: Endy offers a 100-night sleep trial for the Endy Mattress.
- This sleep trial does not require a break-in period of any kind; customers may return their mattress at any point during the trial.
- Each customer is eligible for one Endy Mattress sleep trial. If a customer returns their mattress during the 100-night period, they will not be eligible for another mattress trial.
- Endy also allows mattress exchanges if a customer orders the incorrect size. The company will ship a replacement mattress to the customer at no extra charge; however, customers who fail to return the original mattress will be charged for both beds using the original form of payment.
- In the event of a return, one of Endy’s mattress pickup partners will contact the customer; pickups are free of charge to the customer. Partners in urban locations generally make contact within two to five business days; those operating in remote locations may take up to three weeks. Those who fail to accommodate the pickup partner within three weeks of being contacted will have their return request voided; if the trial period has ended, the customer will not be eligible for another return request.
Warranty: Endy offers a 10-year mattress warranty.
- This warranty is entirely non-prorated. Endy will, at its sole option, repair or replace any mattress with defects one time during the 10-year warranty period.
- If a warranty claim is filed during the 100-night sleep trial, the trial will be paused until the owner receives their replacement mattress.
- Warranty coverage is contingent on proper foundational support. Per Endy: The Endy Mattress must not be placed directly on the floor and must use a proper, raised frame which provide supports along the entire bottom surface of the Mattress with no gaps larger than 3 inches.
- The warranty will cover sagging or indentations in the sleep surface measuring 1 inch or deeper. The warranty also covers physical flaws in the mattress that cause materials to split or crack, and manufacturing defects associated with the cover’s zipper assembly.
- The warranty does not cover sagging or indentations measuring less than 1 inch deep. The warranty also does not cover repair or replacement requests that occur due to changes in the owner’s comfort preferences, or physical damage such as burns, cuts, or stains.
- This warranty is non-transferable, and exclusively available to original owners who purchase their mattress from Endy or an authorized retailer. Those who buy or acquire their mattress from the original owner or a non-authorized seller will not be eligible for warranty coverage.
7 out of 10 owner experiences show that customers have had a positive experience with Endy, irrespective of whether or not they liked their mattress.
Endy was established in 2015.
Endy has partnered with Urban Barn, a Canada-based home goods chain. The mattress is sold at select Urban Barn locations, as well as 24 additional partner showrooms located across Canada. A full store directory is available on the Endy website.