Mattress Review Index

Dynasty Mattress

The DynastyMattress site is extremely simple, apparently low-cost. But their mattresses are among the top dozen selling brands and the ninth rated brand of memory foam mattresses on Amazon.

read more
The Lull Mattress

The name of this memory foam mattress suggests that it will lull a person to sleep. Judging by customer reviews, a majority of owners feel like that is what it does. That is what Lull CEO Sven Klein wanted when he and his wife shopped for a new mattress.

read more
PlushBeds Mattress Review

PlushBeds Mattress Review   Michael Hughes founded PlushBeds in 2007 in California. It was incorporated in 2015. It is one of the senior companies when it comes to making and selling boxed mattresses online. The corporation address is in Wilmington, Delaware, as...

read more
HIBR Pillows and Mattress

HIBR has made a dent in the markets for pillows and memory foam mattresses. Most of this is due to their innovation in materials technology and design. Their first mattress draws on a concept initiated by Dr. Swartzburg, but with innovative applications.

read more
Signature Sleep

Signature Sleep, a division of Dorel Industries, Inc. – also known as Dorel Home Products (DHP) – is one of several mattress manufacturers based in Canada.

read more
Zinus

Zinus, located in San Leandro, California, is a manufacturer of mattresses, pillows, beds and accessories. They own manufacturing facilities in Xiamen, China, distribution centers in San Leandro and Hayward, California, and other facilities in San Francisco, California and Bentonville, Arkansas in the United States, and Toronto, Ontario in Canada.

read more
SSA Environmental & Safety Program

In 2010, the Specialty Sleep Association (SSA) launched the Environmental & Safety Program (ESP). The goal of this program was not to enforce certain ecological and safety features and qualifications for specialty sleep mattress, but transparency in claims made in these areas, in other words, “truth in marketing.”

read more
GhostBed by Nature’s Sleep

The GhostBed is one of the better mattress-in-a-box brands in the market. This can be attributed to experience of the parent company, Nature’s Sleep.

read more
Helix Mattress

Helix Sleep entered the mattress market practically on the heels of Casper Sleep. They are both members of Mattress 2.0, the current boxed bed movement, selling mattresses ordered online instead of in stores for a fraction of the price. Helix fully customizes each mattress for the individual user or couple.

read more
Magniflex

Magniflex is a mature company with a broad product line designed to meet a variety of needs, even as the mattress compression, sealing and rolling technology it developed is being used by new online only firms that offer only one or two choices.

read more
Dream Bed by Mattress Firm

According to Bloomberg, when Tempur-Sealy decided to design and market its own online only boxed bed, it offered its retailers the option of selling it on their own websites, receiving a share of the revenue. One major bedding retailer turned the offer down. Why? Mattress Firm, which also owns Sleep Train and Sleepy’s, was planning its own entry.

read more
Saatva Classic Luxury Innerspring Mattress

More people may now know about Loom & Leaf, Saatva’s memory foam mattress, but their Classic Luxury Innerspring is still their signature model. It has a coil-on-coil construction, and this is why it is the mattress that the new WinkBed is compared to by reviewers.

read more
WinkBed

WinkBeds, a new company selling its mattress only online, was started, as so many of the others, to bypass the traditional way of making and selling mattresses. The goal was to simplify the process of buying a mattress while cutting the cost. Both goals are achieved by showing and selling the products online and delivering them directly to the consumer.

read more
Loom & Leaf by Saatva

Loom & Leaf (L&L) is a new luxury memory foam mattress (early 2015) by a relatively new mattress company, Saatva, which was founded in 2010. Saatva’s principal product line is coil-on-coil innerspring mattresses.

read more
DreamFoam Bedding

DreamFoam Bedding is a brand of mattresses and accessories by Brooklyn Bedding of Glendale, Arizona. It now has its own website, with the Brooklyn Bedding site being used solely for their new flagship model, the #BestMattressEver, a boxed bed sold only online.

read more
Brooklyn Bedding #BestMattressEver

The #BestMattressEver by Brooklyn Bedding (BB) is a boxed bed offered by an already established mattress company in Glendale, Arizona. BB is owned by the Merwin brothers, who also own the R&S Mattresses chain of bedding stores in the Phoenix area and beyond. When they introduced their offering in the boxed bed market, they sold it under the name of their company brand. The other models, which are still sold in stores as well as online, now bear the DreamFoam Bedding label with model names that begin with “Ultimate Dreams” or “UD.”

read more
Simmons Beautyrest Studio Mattresses

Studio Mattresses by Simmons Beautyrest are sold through Walmart. There are four models under the Beautyrest Studio label, named by their heights: Studio 6, Studio 10, Studio 11, and Studio 12.5. The first one is an all-foam mattress, the other three are pocketed coil models. Not all have memory foam. Two or three of these are boxed for shipment.

read more
Sleep Innovations

Sleep Innovations (SI) is a U.S. based manufacturer of memory foam mattresses. Its foams are made and its mattresses built in the United States. SI was started in 1996. In 2008, it went through a bankruptcy and was purchased by an investment group.

read more
Purple Mattress

Competing Against Memory Foam   Purple Mattress is a mattress offering introduced in 2015. It has neither memory foam nor latex, but a unique component named Purple. Why is the Purple Mattress being reviewed with memory foam mattresses? Because, though it uses a...

read more
Sealy Optimum

Sealy Optimum consists of gel-foam mattresses. The signature feature of this brand is gel in each of the layers, or as Sealy says, “Cooling Gel Foam from Top to Bottom.” All of the models are memory foam mattresses except those in the Gel Latex Series.

read more
Novosbed

Novosbed was an online-only boxable bed company before this marketing strategy became a trend. In fact, it was designing and making mattresses in 2009, three years before Tuft & Needle began in 2012. Its establishment was motivated by the same reasons as Casper Sleep, Yogabed and Tuft & Needle: confusion, over-priced mattresses, and poor trial period and warranty coverage.

read more
Yogabed

Yogabed Memory Foam Mattress By Marpac   Eight months after Casper Sleep came Yogabed – the next big player in boxed mattresses sold online. Like Casper Sleep, Yoga Sleep was started by mattress veterans. Chris Marsh and Tim Oakhill started Yogabed in December...

read more
Tuft & Needle

Tuft & Needle is older than Casper Sleep and Yogabed, the spark-plugs that headlined the current trend of direct-to-consumer, single-model mattresses.

read more
Bed-In-A-Box (BIAB)

BedInABox® Mattresses The Prototype for Boxable Beds If there was a prototype for the current trend of boxable mattresses sold solely online, it is BedInABox (BIAB). Located in Johnson City, TN, the company was started in 2006 with the goal of making affordable memory...

read more
Cocoon by Sealy

The Cocoon by Sealy was released with only one model. Now it has two. The original model is Classic, and the new model is Chill. As the name suggests, the Chill is intended to counter the tendency of memory foam to build up heat and sleep hot. How it does this is with a “proprietary” phase change material in the cover fabric.

read more
Essentia® Organic Mattress

This new mattress company advertises their mattress as the only natural memory foam mattress. But this is a misnomer, as it is not based on the original NASA derived formulation, and it is really just a latex mattress that does have a slower recovery time than the usual bouncy latex designs.

read more
Serta iComfort

The iComfort® Sleep Systems by Serta®   The iComfort® Sleep Systems by Serta® marks this sleep industry giant's big push to gain traction in the memory foam mattress arena.  The iComfort uses insightful marketing to address areas of memory foam concern, such as...

read more
Sleep Number

Sleep Number: The Company   Sleep Number is the top-selling brand of adjustable air beds. Started as Select Comfort by the founder of Comfortaire, Sleep Number/Select Comfort purchased the older company in 2013. In mid-2017, Select Comfort canceled all...

read more
Selectabed

Selectabed is a subsidiary of Relief-Mart which makes memory foam mattresses, mattress toppers and pillows. Dr. Rick Swartzburg, a chiropractor, is the chief designer of these sleep products. Significant Selectabed brands are Tri-Pedic, Soft-Pedic, Fibro-Pedic, and Air-Pedic. Related brands are TempFlow and Snuggle-Pedic.

read more
Tempur-Pedic®

  Tempur-Pedic® - The Original Visco Elastic Mattress Company   Tempur-Pedic® recently discontinued their Original Bed, with three inches of 5.3-lb. memory foam over a 5-inch base of high density and high resilient (HR) polyurethane foam and the Classic Bed,...

read more

Participate In Our Sleeping Positions Survey!

The survey is brief and will ONLY take a couple of minutes to complete. Take our survey today!

Latest Mattress Reviews

DreamCloud Mattress Review

BuyRead Review

Nectar Sleep Mattress

BuyRead Review

Snuggle-Pedic Mattress

BuyRead Review

Content Category

Would You Like Your Mattress Reviewed?

If you have a memory foam mattress or pillow that you would like to have rated and reviewed by us, we would be pleased to include it on our site. Please read our privacy statement and advertisement and link policy first. When you are ready, feel free to contact us anytime to get things started.