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Sapira sleep is a hybrid mattress created by Leesa that comes in at about a 6.5 on the firmness scale.
Our review of the Sapira Mattress found the mix of pocketed coils in the support core and faster-responding Aveena foam makes for a nice additional offering from the veteran bed-in-a-box brand. Using high quality density foams and lower gauge pocketed coils, we expect this mattress to be durable enough to last at least 7-8 years with nightly use.
We think it’s a great hybrid offering at a very reasonable price point and were equally impressed with the company’s commitment to giving back with their 1/10 mattress donation program and on-going charity work.
Read on for our full review of the Sapira Mattress, including sleeper and performance ratings, who we recommend this bed to, and everything else you need to know about the mattress.
Strong edge support
Closer conforming, better motion isolation, and less noise than most hybrids
What Type of Sleeper Is Best Suited for a Sapira Mattress?
Based on our customer feedback data, Leesa mattresses received the following grades among sleepers of different weights and preferred sleep positions. Please note that these ratings are subjective, and that everyone has varying experiences on different mattresses. Sleeper comfort and spinal support are the most important factors when it comes to selecting a mattress.
Customer data combined with our own testing process, which uses sleepers of three different weight profiles sleeping in different positions, shows the Sapira is a solid for most sleepers. If you’re a lighter sleeper that experiences pressure points, the Sapira might be a little too firm for you.
Our testing process found the Sapira should also be great for you if…
You prefer the feeling of sleeping “on” and not “in” a mattress
You like a bit more “bounce” to your bed which the hybrid design certainly provides
If you tend to sleep closer to the edge as the Sapira offers above average edge support
You prefer to buy from a company that has a charitable arm of the business
After the data collection and testing we’ve done, here are the categories where the Sapira mattress stood out:
Firmness is rated on a scale of 1 to 10. For more information on how firmness is calculated, please visit our Mattress Firmness page.
Sapira Sizing and Pricing
38W” x 75L”
Twin Extra Long (XL)
38W” x 80L”
54W” x 75L”
60W” x 80L”
76W” x 80L”
72W” x 84L”
Availability: Sapira mattresses are available on the Leesa website, as well as Amazon.com. The company operates two brick-and-mortar ‘Dream Gallery showrooms in New York City and Virginia Beach, where customers can test out mattresses. Sapira models are sold at Pottery Barn and West Elm locations, as well.
Trial Period and Guarantee: Leesa offers a 100-night sleep trial for all mattresses sold.
Ther sleep trial includes a mandatory 30-night break-in period. Purchasers will not be able to return their mattress for a full refund untilthey have tested out the mattress for at least 30 nights.
In the event of a return, Leesa will coordinate mattress pickup and provide a full refund.
Warranty: Leesa offers a 10-year non-prorated, full-replacement limited warranty:
Leesa will replace or repair defective parts free of charge, but owners are responsible for paying transportation and shipping fees associated with these services.
The warranty will cover the following defects:
Visible indentations that are deeper than one inch (1″) and not resulting from an ‘improper or unsupportive’ foundation.
Flaws in the craftsmanship of the mattress that damage the foam after the user has correctly set up the mattress with a proper foundation.
Flaws with the cover, including the zippers and seams. Please note: ‘In the event that Leesa replaces the mattress cover, Leesa will replace it with the current style of cover available for the mattress, which may be of a different color, design, or material than the original cover provided’.
The warranty of a Leesa mattress will not cover the following:
Indentations that do not measure one inch (1″) or deeper, or a ‘normal increase’ in the softness of the memory foam that does not affect its ability to provide pressure relief. These issues are considered standard wear and tear.
Repair or replacement requests that arise due to changes in the owner’s comfort preferences.
Burns, cuts, tears, stains, and other physical damages to the cover not caused by the manufacturing or shipping processes.
Replacement of additional Leesa parts (such as blankets), unless that product is also defective.
If the original mattress owner decides to upgrade after noticing a defect covered under their warranty, they may do so by ‘paying the difference between the cost of the original product being replaced and the cost of the upgraded product’, as well as the cost of additional required components that are not being replaced under the warranty. A new warranty will be issued for the new parts only.
This warranty is exclusively offered to original Leesa owners who purchase their mattress directly from Leesa or an authorized retailer. Those who buy or acquire their mattress from the original owner or a non-authorized retailer will not qualify for warranty coverage.
Shipping and Delivery
How is the mattress shipped?Sapira mattresses are compressed, vacuum sealed, and boxed for shipping
Where do they ship?Sapira ships mattresses to addresses anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
Full shipping details
Delivery Fee: Shipping is free for U.S. deliveries, including those to Alaska and Hawaii, as well as deliveries to Canada.
Delivery Policy: The delivery policy for Sapira mattresses is as follows:
After a customer order is placed, the mattress must be constructed and compressed. This process generally takes three to five business days.
Leesa ships mattresses in the U.S. and Canada using UPS Ground. Estimated delivery times are one to five business days.
Leesa does not schedule customer deliveries. Customers who need to receive their mattress on certain dates can contact UPS Ground to schedule specific delivery times, or possibly delay the estimated delivery date and time. Otherwise, customers should reach out to Leesa as soon as they receive their tracking number to see if any special arrangements can be made.
Customers who live in an apartment or condominium should alert their front desk or doorman about the delivery. Once a Leesa mattress delivery has been refused or marked as return to sender, the company is unable to reverse the shipping. Customers who experience this should contact Leesa as soon as possible.
Shipping addresses can be adjusted at any time, but Leesa urges customers to make these changes within 24 hours of placing their order to avoid any errors.
Old Mattress Removal: Because UPS provides their deliveries, Leesa does not offer removal services for old mattresses.
Leesa Company Information
6 out of 10 owner experiences show customers have had a positive experience with Leesa, irrespective of whether or not they liked their mattress.
Leesa was founded in 2014.
Leesa owns and operates two Leesa Dream Gallery locations in New York City and Virginia Beach. These are currently the company’s only brick-and-mortar showrooms, but Leesa mattresses are also sold at Pottery Barn and West Elm stores
As any consumer does with a product they’re considering, our mattress assessments naturally involve comparing them with other similar products. Be it composition, firmness, or price, we think it’s important to see how the Sapira stacks up to other beds.
The Leesa is priced very similarly to other hybrid mattresses of its quality. Main competitors include Dreamcloud, Winkbeds, Nest Bedding’s Alexander Hybrid, and Tomorrow Sleep.
Check out our similar mattress selections below if you’d like to see a few comparable mattresses.