Classified by different materials and varied process, mattresses of different types including innerspring, memory Foam, air, latex, water and so on are very common to see in daily life.
Just like pillows and mattress, quality toppers can also help to improve your sleeping comfort at night. A quality topper should breathe well, enhance sleeping comfort, and improve the overall performance of your mattress.
Overthick or over thin pillows may lead to poor neck alignment, shoulder pain or some other discomfort. Just like mattresses, pillows are also available in different materials and functions that allow users to choose according to their personla comfort and health needs.
Adjustable bed, also known as zero gravity bed, reclining, electric or hospital bed, is an electric adjustable bed allowing users to elevate or tilt the sleep surface or mattress to suit the desired position better by using hidden mains-powered controls.
Pillow top mattresses, mostly found in innerspring beds and air beds, come with several inches of additional padding foam sewn into the top. This foam can consist of different materials including regular foam, memory foam, latex, cotton, wool, and fiberfill.
The tables below give a thorough comparison and ratings of all eight types of mattresses from different perspectives including product specifications, user experience, pros and cons.
Memory Foam and Latex mattresses are two highly-rated mattress types on the market. According to recent surveys, in terms of owner satisfaction, memory foam wins over latex by a slim margin.
Tempur-Pedic mattresses mainly use memory foam for comfort and springs or regular foam for support. By contrast, Sleep Number mattresses use regular or memory foam for comfort and air for support.
Mattress firmness refers to the immediate feel of a mattress when you first lie down. It’s important to keep in mind that mattress firmness is a subjective issue. In other words, each individual has a different perspective of whether a mattress is firm, medium or soft based on their own feels and needs.
Memory foam density refers to the weight of one cubic foot of memory foam (a 12-inch cube). Memory foam is available in different densities which do affect a few essential characteristics of mattresses.
Mattress warranties usually cover manufacturing defects and structural failure during regular use under the premise of using a proper foundation or frame with a center support bar.
Most mattresses are manufactured to cater to the common needs of average-sized people, while some special requirements of large people (over 230 pounds) and small people (under 120 pounds) tend to be overlooked.
Memory Foam Mattress
Latex Hybrid Mattress
Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress
Sleep Number Mattress
Serta iComfort Mattress
Stearns & Foster Mattress
Bed In A Box Mattress
Sleep Innovations Mattress
Aireloom / Kluft Mattress
Westin Heavenly Mattress
Duxiana (Dux) Mattress
King Koil Mattress
Loom & Leaf Mattress
Sealy Optimum Mattress
Sleep Science Mattress
Tuft & Needle Mattress