5 Top Queen Mattresses 2020
Buying a new mattress is a pretty serious investment that you shouldn't have to make more than once a decade. If you're in the market for a new mattress, you've likely spent plenty of time researching,. trying out different mattresses in stores, and thinking about how much you're willing. to pay. Before we get started with our article detailing the best mattresses on the market, we have. included links in the description for each product mentioned, so make sure you check. those out to see which one is in your budget range.
1. Starting off with the best overall mattresses we have the Sapira by Leesa. While a little pricier than some of the others on this list, Sapira by Leesa has been very. well-received, and for good reason. It's a hybrid memory foam and coil mattress that suits every type of sleeper and offers. great value for your money. If the Sapira is a bit pricey for you, Leesa's memory foam mattresses are also excellent. The Sapira mattress is made up of six layers, including 1.5-inches of performance foam for. comfort and cooling, 1.5-inches of memory foam for contour and cooling, 1-inch of transition. foam to cushion the coils, 6-inches of pocketed coils, and 1-inch of foam for the base of. the mattress. The result?. It's a great all-around mattress for people who sleep in different positions and those. who move a lot. The Sapira mattress also has a specially designed cover, which is cut from a single piece of. fabric and surrounds the entire mattress. It's very breathable, so it should remain relatively cool while you sleep. Of course, Sapira's mattress isn't terribly cheap. It starts at $995 for the twin version, while the king will set you back $1,795. Luckily, you can try it for 100 days and return it if you don't love it. The company also donates one mattress for every 10 it sells, which is a nice way of. paying it forward. If money is an issue, you can check out the highly rated Leesa mattress line-up, which. is made by the same company that makes the Sapira. Leesa's memory foam mattresses are also a bit cheaper than the hybrid Sapira model,. starting at $525 and going up to $1,195. We love the Leesa memory foam mattress for its great support and cooling. As our reviewer Lulu Chang writes, "As a side sleeper, it's sometimes tough to find mattresses. that don't leave me feeling achy, but the Leesa is certainly doing the trick.". Both the Sapira and the Leesa mattress get great reviews from expert reviewers and buyers. alike. According to a review from Sleepopolis, the Sapira mattress is perfect for couples who. have totally different sleeping positions, those who don't have a single preferred position,. and anyone who moves a lot in bed. Sleepopolis ultimately gave the Sapira mattress an excellent 4.9 stars, while Mattress Clarity. gave it 4.5 stars. Leesa's more affordable memory foam mattresses are also considered the best you can buy by. The Wirecutter and they're highly rated by our own testers at Insider Picks. Our full review of the Sapira mattress by Leesa was very positive, and former commerce. reporter Kelsey Mulvey still loves it after an entire year of testing. Customer reviews on Sapira's website are mostly positive.
2. Next we have the best mattress for hot sleepers which goes to the Bear mattress. Looking for something to keep you a little cooler at night?. The Bear mattress could be the right mattress for you. Bear is another mattress-in-a-box company, but its mattress comes very highly recommended. by experts and buyers across the board. The mattress combines 1-inch of graphite gel memory foam with 2.5-inches of response memory. foam and 6.5-inches of high-density support foam to offer not just an extremely comfortable. experience, but one that keeps you cool at night, too. On top of those layers, the mattress also comes with a special polyester/Celliant blend. cover that converts your body heat into infrared light. It's proven to be helpful when you sleep and decrease the temperature of the mattress. The mattress is medium-firm, so it should be good for back and stomach sleepers. Some side sleepers may find it too firm, though. Bear as a brand is pretty new, but it already has a loyal following, including our senior. director of commerce, Breton Fischetti. Sleepopolis gives it a solid 4.6-star rating and praises how well it manages to keep you. cool while you sleep. Mattress Clarity also rates Bear's mattress highly, especially for athletes and active. types. The Bear mattress starts at $500 for a twin size and ranges up to $950 for a king, which. is pretty decent for a mattress of this caliber. You can also try it for 100 days to be sure that it's the one for you. If you dislike it, you can return it, no questions asked.
3. we have the best mattress for those who want neutral firmness which goes to the. Casper Wave. Don't necessarily want something too hard or too soft?. Casper's standard mattress might be the right mattress for you. Casper is both self-described and reviewed as being extremely close to neutral, so if. you just want an all-around solid mattress, Casper is a great option. Casper has gone through a few changes over the years, but its standard mattress is very. well regarded. The mattress is made from a top layer of 1.5-inch poly foam, 1.5-inches of memory foam, another. 1.5-inches of poly foam, and 5-inches of base foam. That's a lot of foam, and there are no springs involved at all. We reviewed the improved Casper mattress in 2018, and we loved it. Insider Picks Brandt Ranj writes, "After two months of sleeping on the new Casper mattress,. I found that the Zoned Support layer made a subtle but important difference in my personal. comfort at night.". On the price scale, the standard Casper mattress is more affordable than the company's latest. mattress, the Wave. Casper's standard mattress will set you back $595 for a twin, while a king will cost $1,195. You can try it for 100 days and return it for free if you dislike it for any reason. The new Casper Wave, on the other hand, is a pricier mattress that's designed to give. you extra support with its innovative technology. The Wave uses five layers of varied density foam, including the open cell foam that's. used in the upper layers of the Wave to regulate your body temperature. It's also built to minimize motion transfer. We tried the Casper Wave and loved it. Our reviewer, Steven John, couldn't say enough about how it's helped his wife (and him) get. sleep post-pregnancy with a newborn at home. Casper's mattresses have been very well-reviewed, too. Sleepopolis gave the standard Casper 4.2 stars, and it currently has an average rating of. 4.3 stars on Amazon. The Wirecutter also gives the standard Casper mattress high marks. The Wave also has positive reviews from Sleepopolis and The Sleep Advisor.
4. Next we have the best mattress for customization which goes to the Helix mattress. Mattress startup Helix ships its beds in a box, too. What's special about Helix's mattress, however, is that you can get it customized to suit. your needs. If you decide you're interested in buying a Helix mattress, you can head to the Helix. Sleep website, where you'll complete a short survey. After that, the service will take your results to determine the exact right mattress for. your needs. There are even great options for couples. You can either opt for different customizations on each side, or Helix can take the results. for you and your partner to find a happy medium of the two. Insider Picks' Amir Ismael wrote a full review of the Helix mattress and the customization. process. He found it very easy to design his ideal mattress using Helix's personalized sleep. quiz, and the end result was a mattress designed for his needs. The Helix is a hybrid mattress of sorts with its 10-inch foam design that uses three layers. of polyfoam and a layer of microcoils to give you great support, no matter which configuration. you choose. We're not the only ones who love this mattress. Helix has been getting great reviews from experts and buyers alike. According to Sleep Like The Dead, the Helix mattress is extremely comfortable, but on. top of that it's ultra-quiet and the company offers a 100-day no-fee return policy. Sleepopolis highly recommends it as well with a 4.8-star rating. The Helix mattress isn't too expensive, either. Prices range from $600 for a twin to $1,195 for a king, and for a queen, you'll pay $995. The mattress also offers a 10-year warranty non-prorated warranty.
5. And now for our last pick we have the best mattress for less than $500 which goes to. the Lucid mattress. Looking to get a great mattress but need to stay on a tighter budget?. Lucid offers a number of mattresses in the $500 range, and its 12-inch Memory Foam mattress. starts at about $200 for a twin-sized mattress, ranging up to about $400 for a California. king. That's not a bad price at all, especially considering the fact that the mattress is. pretty highly reviewed, sitting in at a 4-star average on Amazon. The Lucid, mattress offers excellent conforming support for any sleeping position, as well. as great air circulation for improved airflow and a soft cover for the mattress. The mattress itself is built out of 3-inches of ventilated gel memory foam, which sits. atop 9-inches of high-density base foam. Of course, don't expect the mattress to be as comfortable or as fancy as some of the. others on the list. You can expect a little more sinkage than other mattresses, and Sleepopolis gives it. a 3.6-star review, which is a little lower than the others on this list. Lucid doesn't offer a trial period, either, so you'll need to be pretty sure that this. is the mattress you want before you buy it. Thankfully, Lucid's mattresses offer 25 years of warranty in case something goes wrong. So that sums up our top queen matresses of 2020. We hope you enjoyed.