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  • Tuft & Needle has raised the price of the Tuft & Needle Original to $895, in queen.

  • Tuft & Needle has raised the price of the Tuft & Needle Original to $895, in queen.

    Zinus has raised the price of our budget pick, the Zinus Cooling Copper Adaptive Hybrid, to about $540 for a queen.

    Zinus made the change due to increased material costs. At its current price, we think there are better options. If you have about $500 to spend, Costco’s Novaform ComfortGrande, our favorite memory foam mattress under $1000, is a better deal. The Novaform usually costs under $600 (in queen), but often goes on sale for $500.

July 23, 2021

Weeding through the endless foam-mattress options online can feel as exhausting as suffering through a bad night’s sleep. But we’ve tested dozens of mattresses since 2016 so you don’t have to.

Since the pandemic halted our ability to group-test mattresses, our sleep team members have been assessing mattresses alone in the office and at home. Our latest update includes the top-performing mattresses from our previous group tests, as well as a new budget pick and a range of additional options (from fluffy to firm) in our notable contenders section.

If you’re looking for a traditional coil mattress or for a mattress that combines springs and foam, we have a guide to the best innerspring mattresses and one for the best hybrid mattresses (which includes some of the picks in this guide). If you’re looking to limit spending and don’t mind compromising on looks, nuance, and longevity, check out our guide to the best cheap mattresses (under $400).

The 11-inch Leesa Hybrid won more votes than any other mattress in the hybrid category when we first tested it in 2018 (when it was called the Leesa Sapira), and it has remained a strong favorite through two more rounds of testing in 2019 and 2020. Hybrid mattresses feature both foam and coils, and this Leesa mattress’s memory-foam top provides good pressure relief, while its spring layer adds a gentle bounce. The high-quality, durable materials make this model a good value, and we think it would work well for stomach-, back-, and side-sleepers, as well as for those who weigh more than 200 pounds. The Leesa Hybrid comes with a 100-day trial period and a 10-year warranty.

Tempur-Pedic’s least expensive model is one of the best hybrid memory-foam mattresses we tested, and it’s a good option if you want the classic curve-conforming feel of a Tempur-Pedic bed without having to spend $3,000 to $5,000 for a queen. Like most of the brand’s mattresses, the 11-inch Tempur-Adapt has a pronounced hug, yet it feels completely supportive (including at the edges, so you don’t fall off), which is a sensation that many of our staffers loved. The line’s Medium Hybrid version also has a coil layer that keeps you from feeling completely stuck in foam (though you may not find it resilient enough if you’re accustomed to innerspring-only models). It’s suitable for a range of sleep positions and body types, including for people who weigh more than 200 pounds, and it comes with a 10-year warranty and a 90-day trial period. But if you return this mattress, you’ll have to pay steep shipping costs.

Of the mattresses we tried that didn’t have springs, Saatva’s Loom & Leaf (Relaxed Firm) was the best looking and arguably the best feeling. Its thick quilted cover prevents the top from feeling simply spongy, and there’s virtually no motion transfer. Compared with cheaper all-foam mattresses, the 12-inch Loom & Leaf is made with denser foam, which may help it last longer (and also makes it good for people who weigh over 200 pounds). This mattress comes in two firmness levels, so it should work for a variety of sleep positions. The 15-year warranty and 180-day trial period are particularly generous. But if you do end up returning the Loom & Leaf, you’ll have to pay a shipping fee of nearly $100.

Wirecutter testers and online reviewers who like the 14-inch Novaform ComfortGrande, sold at Costco stores and on Costco.com, consistently note its comfortably supportive feel and good value. At less than $600 online (and often on sale for $500, or even less if you buy it in-store; non-Costco members pay a 5% fee), the Novaform has a loose-cuddly sensation without a pronounced memory-foam sink. We think it’s best for back- and stomach-sleepers, or for side-sleepers who like firmer mattresses. Its foam densities suggest it should be durable, though we don’t think it’s the best pick for people who weigh more than 200 pounds. The Novaform ComfortGrande comes with a 20-year warranty. And, thanks to Costco’s generous return policy (the best we’ve seen), if you decide at any point that you don’t like it, you can arrange for a free pickup and full refund.

Because the Tuft & Needle Original doesn’t have a memory-foam top, it’s easier to move around on than most bed-in-a-box mattresses, which is why we recommend it for people who rotate frequently throughout the night. It’s a great choice if you want the convenience and affordability of a foam bed without the sinking sensation of memory foam. However, we don’t think the 10-inch Tuft & Needle Original will prove durable enough for those who weigh more than 200 pounds (as is true of most under-$1,000 queen mattresses). It comes with a 100-day trial and a 10-year warranty.

If you need a truly cheap mattress, the 12-inch foam-and-coil Zinus Cooling Copper Adaptive Hybrid should pleasantly surprise (though not necessarily delight) most sleepers. When we tested it against nine other sub-$400 mattresses, the Cooling Copper Adaptive Hybrid stood out for being neither too firm nor too plush, and cradling without feeling “sticky.” The medium-firm bed was among the most versatile cheap mattresses we tested, with a memory-foam sink and slight springiness that should appeal to back-, stomach-, and side-sleepers. But its edge support and motion isolation aren’t great, and it’s likely made from less-dense foams than our more expensive picks (and therefore probably less durable). Unusual for something in this price range, the Cooling Copper Adaptive Hybrid comes with a 100-day trial (when purchased from Zinus) and a 10-year warranty.

Our pick

Zenhaven

Zenhaven

Best latex-foam mattress

The all-latex Zenhaven is $1,000 more than similar online options, but it should prove more durable and breathable (and thus feel cooler) than many foam mattresses. Good latex mattresses are expensive, but we think this one is a decent value.

If you prefer latex mattresses, which tend to be more breathable, durable, and springier than memory-foam or polyfoam models, Saatva’s Zenhaven offers the best combination of comfort and value of those we’ve tested. The 10-inch Zenhaven feels supple but still supportive, with a springiness similar to that of a traditional coil mattress. We think it’s a good choice for back- or stomach-sleepers, or for side-sleepers who prefer a firmer mattress. The two-sided Zenhaven is flippable and has two firmness levels: The Luxury Plush side is medium-firm, and the other side is a bit firmer. Zenhaven offers a 180-day trial (though you have to pay a shipping cost of nearly $100 to return the mattress) and a 20-year warranty, which is twice as long as the warranty for most foam mattresses.

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Our pick

Zenhaven

Zenhaven

Best latex-foam mattress

The all-latex Zenhaven is $1,000 more than similar online options, but it should prove more durable and breathable (and thus feel cooler) than many foam mattresses. Good latex mattresses are expensive, but we think this one is a decent value.

Why you should trust us

Wirecutter staff members in a large room filled with mattresses. They are resting on various mattresses and taking notes.

We published our first foam-mattress guide in 2016, and we’ve been testing and adding new mattresses to it ever since. As Wirecutter’s senior staff writer for sleep, I visit mattress factories, stores, showrooms, and trade shows on a regular basis. And I talk frequently with experts—both in the mattress industry and in materials science—in order to better understand what makes a quality mattress. I’ve pored over good-quality online owner reviews to look for feedback trends. I’ve read the fine print concerning the warranties and return policies of each of our picks. And I’ve checked in with staffers who happen to own some of our picks to see how the mattresses perform in the real world. I’ve also slept on most of our contenders for at least a week in my own apartment.

This guide builds on the work of Kevin Purdy, who, as a Wirecutter senior staff writer, spent two years testing about a dozen mattresses, including trying them out in our Los Angeles office and sleeping on them for a month at a time in his home. We’ve since tested our current picks against new contenders, with dozens of testing-panel participants in 2018, 2019, and 2020. In fall 2020, associate staff writer Justin Redman researched and tested several additional mattresses for this guide.

No mattress works for everybody

Stack of various types of mattress foams.

Here’s the core truth about mattresses: It’s impossible to find one that works for everybody. The best any mattress can do, our experts told us, is feel amazing for a small group of people, work well for some people, and do okay for the majority of people. Comfort and support depend on a host of different factors, including your weight, your musculoskeletal health, your body’s temperature gauge, and your personal preferences, to name just a few.

The only generalization we can make is that, to a certain extent, you get what you pay for. The higher-end mattresses we’ve tested typically (though not always) offer denser foam, more layers, and a smoother transition from top to bottom. However, when we’ve looked within each price category (budget, moderate, high-end), we’ve been hard-pressed to find a runaway winner or loser. In other words, an $1,800 mattress may often have more fans than a $600 mattress, but a $600 mattress doesn’t necessarily beat out a $500 mattress. We can’t claim that any of our top picks are the “most comfortable” for everyone by any stretch. Instead, we focus on models with a broad enough appeal and a good price for the quality of the components offered. We also prefer companies that are transparent and specific about the materials they use. After all, how can customers confidently plunk down $1,000 or more if they don’t know what they’re getting?

Most foam mattresses claim to be medium-firm (the medium-rare of the mattress industry), but our tests and other reviewers have found a huge range within that middle.

Another (very general) guideline: If you weigh more than 200 pounds, consider investing in a mattress with higher foam densities, which should make the mattress more durable. (Mattresses with higher foam densities are also typically more expensive.) Throughout this guide we’ve marked which mattresses we do and don’t recommend for people who weigh more than 200 pounds.

Most foam mattresses claim to be medium-firm (the medium-rare of the mattress industry), but our tests and other reviewers have found a huge range within that middle. Still, the stated firmness level can give you an indication of whether you’ll find a mattress comfortable. Side-sleepers tend to do better on the softer end of medium-firm; that’s because when they sleep, more of their body weight is concentrated on their hips and shoulders. Stomach-sleepers tend to need a medium-firm to slightly firmer mattress, not only to keep their head and neck aligned but also to cradle their knees or the front of their hips. A squarely medium-firm mattress often works best for back-sleepers, who distribute their weight more evenly and need support for the spine’s natural curve.

Keep in mind that you may prefer something other than what your sleep style naturally suggests; for instance, we think several of our medium-firm mattress picks would be comfortable for all sleep positions. If you’d like additional guidance on how to gauge whether a mattress is properly supporting and cushioning you, see our mattress buying guide.

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Best hybrid mattress if you like bounce: Leesa Hybrid

Leesa Hybrid

Who it’s for: Side-, stomach-, and back-sleepers should all feel comfortable on the Leesa Hybrid. This mattress is especially good for people who change positions (aka rotators), because the springs make it easy to move around on. And it’s good for people who weigh more than 200 pounds.

How it feels: Medium end of medium-firm, though we’ve noticed online feedback describing it as firmer than that. The memory-foam top provides pressure relief, with a hug that doesn’t assertively pull you in, and the springs add a mellow bounce.

Why it’s great: When we first tested this mattress in 2018, it was called the Leesa Sapira, and we liked it for its nice balance of innerspring and foam: A layer of pocketed coils provides just enough bounce, while memory foam gives just the right amount of cradling. By our 2019 test, the mattress’s name had changed to the Leesa Hybrid, and it felt as if it had just a tad more give than the earlier version. Along with the Tempur-Adapt, the Leesa has consistently earned more top votes in our panel tests than competing hybrid mattresses, including the hybrid versions of the Casper and Casper Wave, the Serta iComfort, and the Helix Plus. In our 2020 test, we tested the Leesa against three other hybrids, and 22 out of 29 testers chose it as their favorite or second favorite. “It has a good balance of sink and bounce, and it also has good edge support,” one participant reported.

When my husband and I slept on the Leesa Sapira in 2018, it didn’t make us sweat (a common complaint with foam mattresses), and overheating didn’t crop up as a problem in any of the owner reviews I collected in my research on the Sapira. Given that the Leesa Sapira feels similar to the Hybrid (Wirecutter staffers tried them side by side in the office), we think we’d have a similar experience if we were to sleep on the Hybrid at home.

A thousand-plus coils perk up the memory foam with a dash of resilience. Video: Sarah Kobos

A person sitting on the edge of the Leesa Hybrid mattress.

The Leesa Hybrid’s edge support wasn’t as sturdy as that of the Tempur-Adapt, but it still felt solid—like we could easily sit to tie our shoes without falling off the bed. Photo: Sarah Kobos

The Leesa and Loom & Leaf mattresses side-by-side to compare their heights and materials.

Although the Leesa Hybrid’s cover (left) was thicker and felt more durable than those of cheaper mattresses, it felt less substantial than the quilted and piped cover on the Loom & Leaf (right). Photo: Sarah Kobos

Leesa makes four mattresses. We’ve tested the Hybrid and the all-foam Leesa Original (the brand’s signature mattress, and one of our top picks back before the Hybrid was introduced). If you’re debating between the two, we think the Hybrid is nicer overall. (We have yet to test the Leesa Legend, another hybrid, or the Leesa Studio, the company’s entry-level model, but you can read about our first impressions.) Both the Leesa Hybrid and the Original create a loose cradling sensation, as opposed to the all-out hug that some memory-foam mattresses offer, and both come with a sturdy, seamless cover. But the Hybrid’s springs make it easier to move around on and provide better edge support. In addition, at 4 pounds per cubic foot, the memory-foam density of the Hybrid makes it more durable and firmer than the all-foam Leesa Original (which has a density of around 3 pounds per cubic foot).

Two Leesa Original owners who tried the Hybrid said it felt more solid than the Original. One staffer who has owned the Leesa Hybrid for just under 10 months said he found it to be comfortable and hadn’t noticed any sagging. The Hybrid’s higher foam density leads us to believe it would hold up well for people who are over 200 pounds. Only seven participants (about a fifth of the group) in our 2019 panel test were in that weight category, so even from a comfort standpoint, we can’t draw any definitive conclusions from such a small sample. But it was interesting to note that all but one of the testers who weighed more than 200 pounds chose the Leesa Hybrid as their top pick or runner-up in the hybrid category; it got more overall votes than the Casper Hybrid, Casper Wave Hybrid, or Tempur-Adapt. In 2020, we had four testers who weighed over 200 pounds; of those, two preferred the Leesa Hybrid, one liked the bouncy BedInABox Dual Hybrid, and the fourth one chose the Helix Plus, a bed designed for “big & tall” folks.

You can try the Leesa Hybrid (and the all-foam Leesa Signature) at select department stores.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: In our tests, the Hybrid had more motion transfer than the Tempur-Adapt, the other hybrid we highly recommend—which is not a big deal, since I didn’t even notice when my husband rolled into bed at 1 a.m. If motion isolation or a more-distinct memory-foam feel is a high priority for you, we suggest you try out the all-foam Novaform ComfortGrande or the Loom & Leaf, or upgrade to the Tempur-Adapt, another higher-end hybrid we recommend. If you currently sleep on an innerspring mattress, you may be pleasantly surprised by the level of motion control you can get with a hybrid; as with any foam mattress, though, with a hybrid you might need to get used to the sensation of sleeping “in” your mattress as opposed to on top of it. If you want even more bounce combined with only a touch of memory-foam feel, we suggest you try the BedInABox Dual Hybrid (though it’s less dense and probably less durable for those over 200 pounds) or an innerspring mattress.

People who prefer soft mattresses will probably dislike the Leesa Hybrid; we’ve noticed that most online reviews mention it as being too firm, rather than too soft. Associate writer Justin Redman, who also tested the bed at home for about a week, reported that the mattress felt uncomfortably firm when he was sleeping on his side, though too-cool temperatures (from the mattress being in storage for many months) may have hardened the foam.

Key specs

Materials: memory foam, polyfoam, 1,000 14½-gauge pocketed coils, polyester-blend cover
Thickness: 11 inches
Firmness options: only one available
Free trial period: 100 nights
Warranty:10 years

Best hybrid mattress if you want cradling support: Tempur-Adapt (Medium Hybrid)

Our best hybrid mattress pick, the Tempur-Adapt Medium Hybrid in a bedroom setting.

Who it’s for: The Tempur-Adapt (Medium Hybrid) is suitable for stomach- and back-sleepers, as well as for side-sleepers who prefer firmer mattresses. It’s good for people who weigh more than 200 pounds.

How it feels: Medium-firm. The memory-foam top conforms snugly to the body, and the spring layer makes moving around easier but doesn’t add much bounce (unlike on the Leesa Hybrid).

Why it’s great: The Tempur-Pedic brand is known for its pronounced slow-sink cradling sensation, and the Tempur-Adapt is no different. The Medium Hybrid version’s layer of springs counteracts a bit of the stuck-in-foam feel that many memory-foam mattresses have, and a dedicated foam border gives it better edge support. It was among the most expensive mattresses we tried, but it felt a universe better than under-$1,000 foam mattresses. (The company also sells a just-as-substantial-looking, no-spring Medium version of the Tempur-Adapt, but we liked that the Hybrid was slightly easier to move around on and had a sturdier edge.)

Although most of the mattresses we tried allowed us to sink into the top layers immediately, we continued to settle slowly into the Tempur-Adapt for a couple of seconds. Video: Sarah Kobos

A person sitting on the edge of the Tempur-Adapt mattress.

The Tempur-Adapt had the sturdiest edge support of any of the foam or hybrid mattresses we tried. Photo: Sarah Kobos

Closeup of the corner of the Tempur-Adapt mattress.

Like most foam mattresses, the Tempur-Adapt has a sock-like fabric cover, but the fabric is thicker and feels more durable than the fabric of cheaper mattresses’ covers. (It’s about on a par with that of the Leesa Hybrid.) Photo: Sarah Kobos

Over three years of testing, more testers have chosen the Tempur-Adapt as their overall favorite than any other mattress. “It lets your body sink right in and feels immediately comfortable,” said one tester. “Soft” but still “supportive” was a common comment. When Justin Redman, our associate sleep writer, tried it at home, he found that the Tempur-Adapt relieved pressure comfortably, even though he typically likes mattresses that are much softer than this one.

After sleeping on the Tempur-Adapt for a week in 2018, I wished I could keep it. The edges of most foam mattresses collapse under body weight, but the Tempur-Adapt’s edge sank only a little. That sturdy edge kept me from falling out of bed when my son joined my husband and me in the middle of the night, and it isolated motion well enough for me to sleep until morning—even with two other people in the bed tossing and turning. Neither my husband nor I slept hot on the Tempur-Adapt, though heat retention was a common complaint among the owner reviews we analyzed.

After analyzing the Tempur-Adapt’s materials, we think it will be more durable and last longer than most popular online mattresses. The upper layers hit density values found in good-quality mattresses: 4½ pounds per cubic foot for the Tempur memory foam in the second layer and 2½ pounds per cubic foot for the proprietary polyfoam-like material in the top layer. Unlike many of the companies whose mattresses we tried in our brand-concealed test, Tempur-Pedic has been around for more than two decades, which suggests a proven track record. In other words, chances are good that the company will still be around a number of years from now if you happen to run into problems with the warranty.

The Tempur-Adapt is one of the least expensive mattresses Tempur-Pedic sells. So we think it’s a good way to experience the classic Tempur foam feel without having to spend around $3,000 and up on one of the company’s pricier models. (The Tempur-Cloud, the company’s bed-in-a-box offering, costs less than the Tempur-Adapt, but it uses different foams and has a slower, more shallow sink.) Tempur-Adapt mattresses are available to try out at a slew of locations, so you can decide for yourself whether the huggier-foam upgrade in the pricier lines is worth the expense.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Even though lots of our testers loved the Tempur-Adapt’s slow-sinking sensation, it’s definitely something you have to get accustomed to, especially if you’ve been sleeping on an innerspring mattress. Plus, the Tempur-Adapt is about twice as expensive as many of our other recommended foam mattresses.

The return process appears to be more onerous than for most online brands—you have to pay the shipping cost, which can be well over $100. We recommend browsing in a store first. But be aware that if you purchase a Tempur-Pedic mattress at a third-party retailer, you’ll be subject to the retailer’s return policy, rather than to Tempur-Pedic’s.

Key specs

Materials: memory foam, polyfoam, 1,160 16½-gauge pocketed coils, polyester cover
Thickness: 11 inches
Firmness options: only one firmness available
Free trial period: 90 days
Warranty:10 years

Best high-quality memory-foam mattress: Loom & Leaf (Relaxed Firm)

Our high quality foam mattress pick, the A Loom & Leaf Relaxed Firm in a bedroom setting.

Who it’s for: Side-sleepers should consider the Relaxed Firm version. Back- and stomach-sleepers, as well as people who weigh more than 200 pounds, should go for the Firm model.

How it feels: The Relaxed Firm version feels medium-firm, with a plush surface that cradles you instead of sucking you in. The Firm version feels much, much firmer and has a more conventional memory-foam sink.

Why it’s great: The all-foam Loom & Leaf is pricier than most online foam mattresses we’ve tested. But it offers upgraded features, enhanced comfort, stronger durability, and transparency about its materials, all of which we think make this mattress worth the extra cost.

In our past two group tests, we’ve compared the Loom & Leaf against two other all-foam mattresses that cost over $1,000: the Casper Wave (in 2019) and the Serta iComfort (in 2020). In both tests, the Loom & Leaf emerged as the preferred mattress, and we think it offers the better value. Many testers noted that the Loom & Leaf offered more cushioning and allowed them to sink in deeper than the Casper Wave and the Serta iComfort, meaning the Loom & Leaf is a particularly good choice for side-sleepers. Indeed, most testers who were side-sleepers preferred the Loom & Leaf over the Serta; back-, stomach-, and combo-sleepers (back and stomach) were more split between the two. (Note: The Casper Wave has been redesigned with a new foam and cover since early 2020. We haven’t tested it yet. But having assessed its hybrid version, we predict that the all-foam Wave is likely still less cradling than the Loom & Leaf.)

Unlike most memory-foam mattresses, which have a thin, sock-like fabric encasement, the Loom & Leaf has a thick quilted cover (similar to what you’d see on higher-end innerspring mattresses). The cover provides additional cushioning between you and the memory-foam layer, so the surface feels more pillowy—like you’re nestling in a cushion— compared with the sinking, conforming sensation of your typical memory-foam hug. The Loom & Leaf contains no springs, so it has no bounce and offers much more motion isolation than hybrid or innerspring mattresses.

We appreciate that Saatva, the maker of the Loom & Leaf, shares detailed information on the materials it uses, which is not the case with most mattress companies. What’s more, the Loom & Leaf contains some of the highest-quality materials we’ve seen in an online mattress: a 4-pounds-per-cubic-foot top layer of “gel-swirl” memory foam and a 5-pounds-per-cubic-foot inner layer of regular memory foam (most online mattresses use 3-pounds-per-cubic-foot foam). These densities suggest good durability, including for people who weigh more than 200 pounds. We talked to a friend who bought three Loom & Leaf mattresses (for herself and for two grown kids), and each has held up well over the past four years.

I slept on the Loom & Leaf at home and found that it felt much cushier than any of the lower-priced foam mattresses we tried (including our favorite mattress under $1,000, the Novaform ComfortGrande). The Relaxed Firm version of the Loom & Leaf that we tested had just the right amount of give—it had “more of a slow slip-into-molasses feel than a fast plunge,” said my brother, who weighs around 230 pounds and came by to try it.

The Loom & Leaf’s sturdy, quilted top provides soft padding and keeps the memory-foam layer underneath from sucking you in too quickly, as cheaper all-foam mattresses tend to do. Video: Sarah Kobos

A person sitting on the edge of the Loom & Leaf mattress.

The Loom & Leaf landed in the middle of the pack for edge support; it was not the best, but also definitely not the worst. Photo: Sarah Kobos

The Loom & Leaf sidesteps a lot of the typical problems found in online all-foam mattresses. Instead of arriving squeezed into a box, it’s shipped by movers, which is nice since a boxed mattress can be heavy and unwieldy to unpack. Because the mattress isn’t wrapped tightly in plastic, it off-gasses in the factory, not in your home, and you don’t have to wait for it to inflate (and to wonder, “Is it done yet?”).

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Despite the Loom & Leaf’s gel-swirl layer, my husband and I both felt hot sleeping on this mattress. Since I’m always cold and our apartment is perpetually drafty, I found this to be an asset, whereas my husband eventually fled to my son’s innerspring bed (more room for me). Although the edge support is adequate, it’s not as firm as that of the Tempur-Adapt or the Serta iComfort.

If you prefer a mattress with less give, the Loom & Leaf also comes in Firm. But when I tried that version in a store, it felt tabletop-hard; you may find the Serta iComfort (see the notable contenders section) more comfortable. Testers who preferred the Serta over the Loom & Leaf described it as having a “firmer, more supportive feel.” The Serta also had a more noticeable memory-foam hug, though not as much as the Tempur-Adapt. Our under-$1,000 pick, the Novaform ComfortGrande, is another all-foam option with a firmer feel, but because the memory-foam density is between 3 and 3½ pounds per cubic foot (the company wouldn’t provide exact numbers), it’s probably best for those weighing less than 200 pounds.

You have up to 180 days to return or exchange the Loom & Leaf mattress after purchase, but you’re charged a shipping fee of nearly $100. We found complaints on Reddit about the Relaxed Firm version sagging for heavier people, so instead you might try the Firm (though, again, it’s very firm) or even the Tempur-Adapt, which also has dense foam but a more-distinct memory-foam hug, too.

Key specs

Materials: memory foam, polyfoam, 100% organic cotton cover
Thickness: 12 inches
Firmness options: Firm and Relaxed Firm
Free trial period: 180 days
Warranty:15 years

Best memory-foam mattress under $1,000: Novaform ComfortGrande

The Novaform ComfortGrande in a bedroom setting.

Who it’s for: The Novaform ComfortGrande is suitable for back- and stomach-sleepers, as well as for side-sleepers who prefer firmer mattresses. It is not recommended for those who weigh more than 200 pounds.

How it feels: The Novaform ComfortGrande comes in one firmness level, medium firm, and most of our testers agreed with the description. The surface is just billowy enough for you to feel nestled but not sunk in.

Why it’s great: At an online price of around $600 for a queen ($500 in-store, but you have to haul it home yourself), the Novaform ComfortGrande offers exceptional value. We first tested the Novaform in January 2020, and more than half of the participants liked it better than any of the other under-$1,000 all-foam mattresses we tried, well ahead of the Tulo Medium (our previous under-$1,000 foam pick) and the Casper Essential. Six out of 29 testers even preferred the Novaform to the higher-end foam mattresses, hybrids, and latex beds. “It somehow manages to feel inviting and cushy, but my back is still well supported,” said a tester who’s a side- and back-sleeper.

The ComfortGrande underwent a slight redesign after our group test: Novaform added a new cover with cooling features and a gel foam (according to Novaform, it has “sweat-wicking properties”). Associate staff writer Justin Redman tested the new ComfortGrande in October 2020, and based on his observations, as well as the specifications, we’ve determined that it’s effectively the same mattress. When he tested it at home, he slept neither hot nor cool on it. (As we discuss in our guide to choosing a mattress, the cooling capabilities touted by most mattress companies rarely make much of a difference.)

The Novaform has a billowy surface and a gentle, cradling cuddle similar to that of the more expensive Loom & Leaf, though it’s not as plush. Similarly priced mattresses of note—the Tuft & Needle Original (our pick for memory-foam haters) and the Casper Essential—have a foaminess that doesn’t cuddle as much as the Novaform ComfortGrande. The Tulo Medium (our former pick) has a more typical memory-foam hug, one that’s more reminiscent of the Tempur-Adapt than of the ComfortGrande.

The Novaform ComfortGrande’s slightly quilted top and 14-inch thickness make it look sturdier than most all-foam mattresses in its price range. The company wouldn’t reveal the exact foam density to us, but it did say that the memory-foam layer was in the range of 3 to 3½ pounds per cubic foot (typical of mattresses that cost around $1,000) and that the polyfoam was in the range of 1.8 to 2 pounds per cubic foot (similar to or denser than the mattresses we tried that cost around $1,000 or more). For people who weigh less than 200 pounds, we think the Novaform ComfortGrande will last as long as many of the more expensive foam mattresses (such as the Leesa Original or Casper Original) of similar densities. And Novaform even offers a 20-year warranty.

A close-up of the Novaform quilted cover.

The Novaform’s quilted cover feels thin, but it’s more substantial than that of our budget pick, the Zinus Green Tea Memory Foam. Photo: Sarah Kobos

A person sits on the edge of the Novaform mattress.

The Novaform’s edge support isn’t as strong as on our higher-end picks, such as the Loom & Leaf and Tempur-Adapt, but it’s adequate. Photo: Sarah Kobos

I usually fall asleep on my side, but because I happened to have strained a shoulder muscle before trying the Novaform ComfortGrande, I slept on my stomach and back with this mattress. I slept through the night, despite having two other people (my son snuck in between me and my husband) in the full-size bed; this testifies to the Novaform’s motion isolation.

Sold only through Costco, the Novaform ComfortGrande mattress should arrive in three to five business days, notably quicker than many of the other mattresses we’ve tested. Thanks to Costco’s generous return policy, you can get a full refund and have your mattress picked up if you have a problem with it, for no fee.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: If you aren’t a Costco member, you have to pay a 5% fee (about $30 extra for a queen when it’s not on sale). But even with the fee included, the Novaform ComfortGrande is still cheaper than all but one of our other picks.

Although a range of testers weighing from 125 pounds to over 200 liked this mattress, the top layer’s foam density (between 3 and 3½ pounds per cubic foot) makes it more likely to sag over time if you weigh over 200 pounds. For those over 200 pounds, experts suggest that there is less risk of sagging and deep indentations with memory foams that are at least 4 pounds per cubic foot (such as those found in the Leesa Hybrid or Tempur-Adapt) than with latex foams (such as those found in the Zenhaven). That said, if the polyfoam density of the Novaform ComfortGrande’s support layer is indeed closer to 2 pounds per cubic foot, the bed probably won’t outright hammock too quickly, even for those who weigh more than 200 pounds.

Customers have also complained that the ComfortGrande gives off a smell when it first arrives. Various Wirecutter staffers and I didn’t notice the odor at our large testing site, but it was obvious when we moved the mattress into my cramped bedroom the next day. The scent slowly dissipated over the weekend, but we’ve spotted a few online reviews that say it takes weeks. Another recurring online complaint is that the ComfortGrande takes a long time to inflate to its full height—and in some cases never fluffs up to 14 inches. We didn’t run into this problem, but if you do, Costco customer service seems consistently happy to offer a refund.

Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-foam-mattresses-you-can-buy-online/

Zinus Employee Reviews

Terrible Job

Forklift Operator (Former Employee) - Summerville, SC - May 27, 2020

This job was fine in 2017-18 when my old boss and supervisors was still there. But they decided that firing them was a good idea to help get orders to their customers. But they are died wrong. In 2019 when they hire a new boss and supervisors everything went down hill. Orders are ether late or damage so they bring them back more often. It take Reach drivers 30 to also and hour just to get 5-10 boxes to load to the to the trucks. They think that 1 or 2 people can do a 4-7 men work for stacking AND Loading the trucks. Most of these people they hire was on their phones most of the time. Most of those people have crimes in their names so its not a safe environment. And on top of that the NEW boss and supervisors don't know what their doing most of the time. And force you to work 1 or more for overtime for no reason. I know because it was going to for the past 4 MONTHS!!! Terrible pay, Terrible Benefits, and Terrible work environment.
If you NEED a "job" to get you by, then this is the "job" for you.

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Zinus Mattress Review

Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress

MaterialsFoam

FirmnessMedium Soft (4)

Sleep Trial100 nights

Warranty10 Year, Limited

Price (queen)$328

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The Zinus Green Tea mattress is one of multiple models available from the Seoul, South Korea-based company. Zinus produces affordable hybrid and innerspring mattresses, as well as unique all-foam models infused with olive oil and green tea.

This review looks at the 10-inch Green Tea, a medium soft (4) model that boasts 2 inches of charcoal- and green tea-infused memory foam, 2.5 inches of transitional polyfoam, and a 5.5-inch support base made of high-density foam. However, the mattress is also available in several other thicknesses and firmness levels. The Green Tea offers deep contouring and pressure relief, making it a great option for individuals suffering from aches and pains.

Our review combines customer feedback with our own independent testing for a comprehensive look at the Zinus Green Tea mattress. We’ll break down the bed’s pricing, construction, performance, and more to help you decide if the Green Tea is the right mattress for you.

Zinus Mattresses At-A-Glance
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Zinus Mattress Review: Our Verdict

Choose The Zinus Green Tea if…

  • You’re looking for an affordable all-foam option
  • You want a pressure-relieving mattress that offers deep contouring
  • You or your partner tends to toss and turn
  • You weigh more than 130 pounds

Keep Shopping if…

  • You prioritize durability
  • You’re sensitive to chemical odors
  • You tend to sleep hot

How Much Is the Zinus Mattress?

While memory foam mattresses tend to be more affordable than hybrids, the Zinus Green Tea mattress stands out among other all-foam models for its unusually low price-point. The mattress also comes with a 100-night sleep trial and 10-year limited warranty. Although this review focuses on the 10-inch model, it’s also available in 6-inch, 8-inch, and 12-inch thicknesses. Additionally, Zinus sells discounted mattress and bed frame/foundation bundles.

Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress

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How Does the Zinus Mattress Feel?

The 10-inch Zinus Green Tea mattress has a medium soft (4) firmness level that provides deep contouring and soft pressure relief. A 4.5-inch comfort system featuring infused memory foam and polyfoam conforms to the body, allowing the sleeper to sink into the mattress as it cradles pressure points. Like many all-foam models, the Green Tea gives the impression of sleeping in the mattress, rather than on top of it.

Beneath the comfort layers, firm, high-density base foam stabilizes the mattress. While this layer offers a slight amount of bounce, the Zinus may not be resilient enough for couples, or for some sleepers over 230 pounds. Without a coil-based support core, it also tends to absorb body heat. While the Green Tea may benefit colder sleepers, those who sleep hot might want to seek out a hybrid model.

What Is the Zinus Made Of?

The 10-inch Zinus Green Tea mattress is an all-foam model consisting of a two-part comfort layer, a support core, and a cover. Like many of Zinus’ foam mattresses, it features infused memory foam. Let’s see what each layer is made of.

Cover Material

The Green Tea’s cover is made from a knitted jacquard blend of cotton and polyester.

Comfort Layers

The 10-inch version’s comfort layers include a 2.5-inch layer of motion isolating memory foam and a 2-inch, high-density foam layer that provides contouring and pressure relief. The memory foam is infused with green tea extract and charcoal, which are intended to neutralize odors and keep the mattress feeling fresh. The high-density polyfoam layer provides added support and acts as a barrier between the surface of the bed and the high-density support core. Zinus uses CertiPUR-US certified foams that have been tested to be free of a number of harmful substances.

Support Core

Made from 5.5 inches of high-density base foam, the support core offers bounce and stability, preventing sleepers from sinking too deeply into the mattress.

Does it Isolate Motion?

Rating4/5

The same properties that make the Zinus a good choice for aches and soreness also provide above-average motion isolation. Most all-foam mattresses provide better motion isolation than hybrid or innerspring beds. Motion isolation refers to the amount of movement or vibrations that are able to transfer from one side of the bed to another.

Memory foam absorbs and isolates movement as it conforms to a sleeper’s body, reducing night-time disturbances. The durable foam base also absorbs motion and prevents it from transferring throughout the sleep surface. Thanks to these qualities, the Zinus Green Tea mattress is a great option for sleepers who wake easily and their partners.

Does The Zinus Green Tea Sleep Cool?

Rating2/5

Memory foam isn’t known for its temperature neutrality. While hybrid and innerspring mattresses rely on coils to draw out and disperse body heat, foam tends to hug the sleeper’s body and absorb it. As a result, all-foam mattresses may not be the best option for hot sleepers.

A few customers were pleased with the Zinus’s temperature neutrality. Due to the mattress’s conforming memory foam layers, however, it doesn’t sleep particularly cool. While activated charcoal and green tea extract in the memory foam may help the sleep surface feel slightly cooler, the Zinus may ultimately retain too much heat for individuals who tend to sleep hot.

Will It Sag Along the Edges?

Rating2/5

Without a coil-based support core reinforcing their perimeters, all-foam mattresses tend to offer lackluster edge support. Poor edge support reduces the total amount of usable sleep surface, and individuals may feel as if they’re going to slide or fall off the bed. While the Zinus’s high-density base provides some reinforcement, stomach and back sleepers and those who weigh more than 130 pounds may prefer more stability and support.

Is It Good for Sex?

Rating2/5

The ideal mattress for sex offers plenty of bounce, and the Zinus Green Tea mattress may not be resilient enough for many couples. Although memory foam is discreetly quiet, it also tends to be deeply body-conforming. These qualities can hinder motion, making it difficult for couples to change positions. The Zinus’ lack of strong edge support can also hinder sexual activity. Couples seeking a mattress that promotes ease of movement may be better off purchasing one of the company’s hybrid models.

What About Off-gassing?

Rating1/5

The Zinus receives poor ratings in this category. Off-gassing refers to the odor produced when VOCs (volatile organic compounds) are released into the air. VOCs are a byproduct of the foam manufacturing process, so all-foam mattresses usually rate lower than hybrids when it comes to off-gassing.

The mattress gives off a strong “new mattress” odor that lingers for longer than average. While unboxing the bed in a well-ventilated room may help with off-gassing, the Green Tea’s chemical smell is initially very strong, and may prove to be too much for customers who are sensitive to smell.

What Type of Sleeper Is the Zinus Green Tea Mattress Best for?

With its deep contouring and medium soft memory foam, the Zinus Green Tea mattress is best for side sleepers, especially lighter individuals, who tend to accumulate pressure at points like the hips and shoulders. Let’s see how the mattress affects different types of sleepers.

Side Sleepers

Most side sleepers do best with a medium soft to medium sleep surface like the Green Tea. Softer mattresses cradle pressure points, relieving aches and pains and encouraging spinal alignment. While a mattress that’s too soft can contribute to back pain, the Zinus offers enough deep contouring to soothe lighter side sleepers without sagging.

Combination Sleepers

Ease is movement is important for combination sleepers, who change positions frequently throughout the night. Although individuals who switch between their sides and backs may find the Zinus comfortable, the conforming memory foam may keep most combination sleepers from moving freely.

Back Sleepers

Back sleepers often require lumbar support to help keep the spine properly aligned and prevent back pain. These individuals may sink into a mattress that’s too soft, leading to a buildup of pressure. While the Zinus is firm enough to suit some back sleepers under 230 pounds, heavier individuals often find that it doesn’t offer enough support to keep them from sinking into the sleep surface.

Stomach Sleepers

Compared to side and back sleepers, stomach sleepers typically need more support and reinforcement from their mattress. Otherwise, they tend to sink excessively around the chest, midsection, and waist, which can cause aches and pains around the neck and lower back. For this reason, the Green Tea is not well suited to stomach sleepers. Those who weigh 230 pounds or less will probably experience minimal to moderate sagging that affects how comfortable the mattress feels. For those weighing more than 230 pounds, the mattress sags even deeper and the potential for added pressure is high.

How Does Body Weight Impact the Zinus Green Tea Mattress's Performance?

Thanks to its deep contouring and medium soft firmness level, the Zinus mattress is best suited to sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds, especially side sleepers. These individuals need a softer sleep surface that cradles pressure points, and they’re less likely to develop back pain from sinking into the mattress.

In contrast, people who weigh more than 230 pounds generally need a firmer mattress, especially if they’re stomach or back sleepers. The Green Tea likely doesn’t offer enough support for these sleepers, who often find that softer memory foam mattresses increase their back pain in the long run. Instead, they tend to benefit more from firmer hybrid models that feature targeted support throughout the mattress.

Individuals between 130-230 pounds receive variable results from the Zinus. Side and back sleepers on the lighter end of the category felt that it provided enough support and contouring. However, stomach sleepers still sank into the mattress, finding it adequate but not overly comfortable.

Is the Zinus Green Tea Mattress Good for Couples?

Whether or not a couple benefits from a Zinus memory foam mattress ultimately depends on personal preference. The Green Tea’s above-average motion isolation and lack of squeaking coils may make it ideal for couples with different sleeping styles, especially couples in which one individual is a light sleeper. Those who struggle to sleep through a partner’s tossing and turning may be able to get a good night’s rest.

However, the Zinus may not be the best option for couples seeking a mattress that facilitates intimacy. A lack of edge support, poor temperature neutrality, and too much sink make it difficult for sleepers to change positions or move about freely, restricting movement and putting a damper on sexual activity.

Zinus's Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

Availability

Zinus products are available through the company’s website, through Amazon, and at retail locations across the United States.

Shipping

Zinus ships for free via FedEx Ground to the contiguous United States. A few products may be available in select Canadian locations. Expedited shipping is not available, and all deliveries arrive on weekdays. Mattresses arrive rolled and compressed in a box. Customers may track the status of their order through the Zinus website.

Additional Services

Zinus does not offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.

Sleep Trial

All mattresses purchased through the Zinus website are covered by a 100-night sleep trial, which begins on the day of delivery. To qualify for a full refund, items must be returned complete and in good condition alongside proof of purchase. Customers should receive their refund within 2-3 business days. Items purchased from other sites or retailers are covered under the return conditions determined by that site or retailer.

Warranty

New mattresses purchased from authorized retailers are covered under a 10-year limited warranty. Customers must register their mattress on the Zinus website to qualify for coverage. The warranty is contingent on proper foundation use and covers defects in materials and construction. The warranty is void if the mattress’ tags or cover are removed, or the mattress is used with an electric blanket or heating pad.

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Zinus Hybrid Mattress Review (2020) + Casper And Nectar Comparison!

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Looking for an affordable memory foam mattress? Then take a gander at the Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam bed! It comes in four thickness options ranging and is less than $1,000.

Will this value bed offer sound sleep? Read on for our full review to find out! We’ll cover everything you need to know about the Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress, including its firmness, feel, construction, temperature regulation, performance, and much more. Let’s dive in!

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam is a value mattress that is a great option for side sleepers and couples.

Material

Foam

Trial Period

100 nights

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Firmness

Soft: 6/10

Warranty

10-year warranty

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Back Pain
This bed is perfect for anyone suffering from back pain.

Back Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight back sleepers.

Side Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam is a value mattress that is a great option for side sleepers and couples.

Material

Foam

Warranty

10-year warranty

Firmness

Soft: 6/10

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Trial Period

100 nights

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Back Pain
This bed is perfect for anyone suffering from back pain.

Back Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight back sleepers.

Side Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam is a value mattress that is a great option for side sleepers and couples.

Material

Foam

Firmness

Soft: 6/10

Trial Period

100 nights

Warranty

10-year warranty

Shipping Method

Free shipping

Price Range

$$$$$

We recommend this mattress for the following sleeper types:

Back Pain
This bed is perfect for anyone suffering from back pain.

Back Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight back sleepers.

Side Sleepers
Ideal for lightweight and average weight side sleepers.

Financing Options

Financing options are available for this mattress.

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Overview

The Zinus brand is known for making value mattresses that emphasize comfort. They have many great models like the Zinus Cooling Copper Hybrid mattress. The brand also infuses its mattresses with natural ingredients such as charcoal, green tea, and olive oil, and it uses CertiPUR-US certified foams to eliminate chemical flame retardants, formaldehyde, and phthalates. We’ve reviewed many Zinus mattresses and have been generally impressed by their comfort and value.

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress is an all-foam bed that uses memory foam and incorporates cooling features. It comes at a value price and in four different thicknesses: 8”, 10”, 12”, and 14”. We reviewed the 12” model.

Who Might Like The Zinus Mattress?

Who Might Not Like The Zinus Mattress?

  • People who are looking for a long-term investment or luxury mattress
  • Heavy-weight sleepers and other folks who require a supportive mattress
  • People who don’t like a memory foam feel

RELATED: Memory Foam Vs Hybrid Mattresses

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Video Review

Get up-close-and-personal with the Zinus mattress in our in-depth video review! Our reviewer, Joe, will assess each layer of this bed’s construction and share his experiences with sleeping in every position on this mattress.

 

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Firmness And Feel

To kick off the in-depth portion of this review, let’s take a look at the Zinus’ firmness and feel. These factors have a big influence on whether this mattress (or any bed!) will suit your sleep position(s) and other sleep preferences.

How Firm Is The Zinus?

We ranked the firmness on the 12” Zinus model around 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. The industry standard for medium-firmness is 6.5/10, so this suggests the Zinus is a bit softer than average. The mattress is constructed with several inches of memory foam on top, so you sink in to enjoy pressure relief and body contouring.

Note that firmness is slightly subjective. You might rank this mattress a touch firmer or softer than we did based on your body weight and personal preferences. For instance, heavier-weight sleepers will probably find that this mattress feels a bit firmer. Also note that each thickness of this mattress will have a slightly different firmness.

Sleeping On The Zinus

We experienced decent support while back sleeping on the Zinus. The memory foam conformed to the shape of our body, and our hips didn’t sink in too far. That said, heavier-weight back sleepers will probably prefer the 8” or 10” models, which might feel a bit more supportive.

Zinus Mattress - Side Sleeping

We felt very comfortable while side sleeping on the Zinus. We sank into the memory foam comfort layer and felt pressure melt away from our shoulder and hip. Folks who want even more pressure relief could consider the 14” model, but the 12” is also a great fit for this position.

This mattress is decidedly too soft for stomach sleepers. Our hips sank too far into the memory foam, which tugged the spine out of alignment. People who prefer this position should look for a mattress for stomach sleepers.

What Does The Zinus Mattress Feel Like?

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress has a classic memory foam feel. While it feels a bit firm at first, the mattress slowly responds to body weight and allows the sleeper to sink in. This is not a bouncy mattress, so it is a bit difficult to move around and change positions once the mattress has contoured to your body.

Average Weight Sleepers – 130lbs – 230lbs

Average-weight back sleepers should obtain adequate spinal support on this mattress. Average-weight side sleepers will probably love the pressure relief of the Zinus’ memory foam. (Opt for the 12” or 14” model to get the most pressure relief.) This mattress is not supportive enough for average-weight stomach sleepers.

Heavyweight Sleepers – Over 230lbs

Heavier-weight back sleepers could find decent spinal support on the 8” or 10” models of this mattress, but the 12” and 14” models are probably not supportive enough due to their thick comfort layers. Heavier-weight side sleepers could enjoy enough pressure relief (especially on the thicker models), although some folks might press through the softer layers into the firmer support layers underneath. The Zinus is not supportive enough for heavyweight stomach sleepers, who might want to consider a mattress for heavy people.

Lightweight Sleepers – Under 130lbs

Lightweight back sleepers should enjoy a blend of comfort and support on the Zinus. Lightweight side sleepers will most likely love the pressure-relieving memory foam on this bed. Lightweight stomach sleepers will probably want to look for a more supportive mattress.

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Construction

Let’s pop the hood (or cover!) on the Zinus and take a look at what’s inside! We’ll detail each layer of this bed’s construction and reveal how different materials affect feel and performance.

Cover

The Zinus’ cover is made with thin, soft, and stretchy fabric. It doesn’t have much effect on the overall feel of the mattress.

Comfort Layers

The primary comfort layer on the 12” model of the Zinus is made from 3” of gel memory foam, which offers pressure relief and body contouring. The gel infusion helps the memory foam sleep a bit cooler. Underneath the gel memory foam, there’s a 2” transition layer that’s a bit firmer. This helps ensure that sleepers don’t push through to the firmer support layer underneath.

Zinus Mattress Construction

Support Layers

Underneath the 12” Zinus’ transition layer, there’s a 3.5” layer of high-density foam. Beneath that, there’s another 3.5” layer of high-density base support foam that gives the mattress its structure. Both of these base layers have air channels cut into them to allow for some airflow through the mattress.

Mattress Height

The Zinus comes in four thickness options: 8”, 10”, 12”, and 14”.

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Size Options And Price

Curious about the latest size and pricing information for the Zinus 12″ mattress? Take a peek at the chart below!

SizeDimensionsPrice
Full54" x 75" $483.00
Queen60" x 80" $559.00
King76" x 80" $677.00
California King72" x 84" $683.00

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Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Performance

If you’ve read this far, you know a lot about the Zinus mattress. But there are still some key factors to consider! We ran this bed through a bunch of tests to assess its temperature regulation, motion transfer, edge support, and more. Let’s see how it performed!

Sleeping Hot Or Cold

All-foam mattresses are often known for sleeping hot, but the Zinus defends against this with several cooling design features. It includes gel infusions and perforations to stimulate airflow and dissipate heat. For the most part, sleepers shouldn’t feel too hot on this bed. Check out our best cooling mattresses for more options.

Motion Transfer

Memory foam often does a great job of handling motion transfer, so we weren’t surprised to learn that the Zinus excels in this area. The memory foam absorbs movement and minimizes disturbances across the surface of the bed, so this should be a great mattress for couples.

Edge Support

While memory foam is great for controlling motion transfer, it doesn’t always have the best edge support. This proved true for the Zinus. The edges collapsed quite a bit when we sat and laid down near the sides of this mattress.

Zinus Mattress Edge Support

Durability

The Zinus is designed to be a value mattress, and it’s not the most durable bed around. If you’re looking for a long-term investment, check out our roundup of long-lasting mattresses.

Off-Gassing

There might be some initial off-gassing from this mattress. That should dissipate within a few days. The Zinus is made with CertiPUR-US certified foams, which means it’s more eco-friendly than conventional foams and is low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Noise

We didn’t observe any notable noise from the Zinus. Because this is an all-foam mattress, it should stay noise-free over the long-term.

Sex

The best mattress for sex makes it easy for partners to change positions. Because the Zinus has a slow-moving feel and allows sleepers to sink deeply into it, it’s probably not the best match. Partners might have some difficulty moving around on top of this bed.

Overall Rating

Curious to see how the Zinus performed by the numbers? We did the math for you below!

Company Policies

If you choose to purchase the Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress, here’s a quick overview of the policies you’ll encounter.

Warranty Info

The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress comes with a 10-year limited warranty.

Sleep Trial

The Zinus comes with a 100-night sleep trial.

Return Policy

Zinus offers full refunds on mattresses returned within the 100-night trial period. The brand will ask you to prove that you’ve donated or otherwise disposed of the mattress prior to issuing a refund.

How Does The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Compare To Other Mattresses?

Curious how the Zinus stacks up against its competitors? We did some comparison shopping for you! We’ve pitted the Zinus against two of the most popular all-foam beds around: the original Casper and the Layla. Let’s see how these beds stack up.

Check out our other Zinus mattress comparisons to see how Zinus compares.

Zinus Vs the Original Casper Mattress

Both the Zinus and the original Casper are all-foam mattresses, but they still vary a bit in their construction. The Zinus layers memory foam over firmer foams, while the Casper contains a proprietary Airscape foam over a zoned layer of memory foam and a sturdy base polyfoam. The Casper’s zoning makes the mattress a bit firmer near the center (for extra spinal support) and softer near the head and foot (for added pressure relief). The Zinus does not contain zoning.

Casper Mattress - Construction And Foam Layers

These beds also have different firmnesses. We ranked the 12” Zinus around 6/10, or softer than average, while we ranked the Casper firmer than average at around 7/10.

Another difference? Feel. The Zinus has a classic, slow-moving memory foam feel, while the Casper has a balanced and much more responsive foam feel. It’s easier to move around on top of the Casper, while the Zinus allows sleepers to sink farther into the comfort layers.

These beds also differ pretty dramatically when it comes to price. A 12” Queen-size Zinus starts at a value price of $559.00, while a Queen-size Casper costs much more at $1095.00for full price.

Who Should Get The Zinus?

  • People who are looking for a budget-friendly mattress
  • Side sleepers
  • People who prefer a softer mattress
  • Folks who want the slow-moving feel of memory foam

Who Should Get The Casper?

  • Back sleepers
  • People who want a firmer and more supportive mattress
  • Folks who prefer a balanced foam feel
  • People who want a more durable bed

Curious about the Casper? Check out our comprehensive Casper mattress review!

Zinus Vs Layla Mattress

The Layla is a very popular memory foam mattress. It’s flippable, which means it offers two firmness options in a single bed. Much like the Zinus, the Layla layers memory foam over more supportive foams. However, the Zinus is not flippable.

Layla Mattress - Construction And Foam Layers

The Zinus comes in four thicknesses, each with a single firmness. We ranked the 12” model around 6/10, or softer than average. We ranked the soft side of the Layla right around the same (6/10), while we found the firm side to be very firm at around 8/10.

Both of these mattresses have a slow-moving memory foam feel. The Zinus and the soft side of the Layla allow sleepers to sink deeply into the bed, while the firm side of the Layla is much less enveloping.

One of the biggest differences between these two beds is price. A Queen-size, 12” Zinus costs $559.00 for full price, while a Queen-size Layla costs much more at a full price of $1099.00.

Who Should Get The Zinus?

  • People who are looking for a budget-friendly mattress
  • Folks who want to choose from multiple thicknesses

Who Should Get The Layla?

  • People who need a mattress for hip pain
  • Folks who want a longer-lasting mattress
  • People who want a flippable mattress

Learn more about the Layla in our in-depth Layla mattress review.

Zinus Mattress FAQs

Still musing about the Zinus mattress? Maybe this will help! We’ve put together answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this bed.

Is the Zinus mattress any good?

Yes. We think the Zinus mattress is a good value for people prioritizing price. The Zinus also performed well while side sleeping and for couples. Check out our roundup of the best cheap mattresses, if you’d like to compare other affordable options.

How much is the Zinus mattress?

The Zinus 12″ Cooling Gel Memory Foam mattress is about $559.00 for a queen. However, with discounts or during sales, this price could go up or down.

Is the Zinus mattress good for couples?

Yes, the Zinus mattress performed very well our motion transfer tests. Keep in mind that memory foam does an excellent job of isolating motion.

When can you sleep on a new Zinus mattress?

It can take up to 72 hours for a new Zinus mattress to expand to its full height; however, it is safe to sleep on your mattress the first night.

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He likes things simple and take a straightforward, objective approach to his reviews. Joe has personally tested nearly 250 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 5 years now, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to mattress selection. He has been cited as an authority in the industry by a number of large publications.

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Slumber 1 By Zinus Mattress Review

Sold at major online retailers like Walmart and Amazon, the Slumber 1 By Zinus is one of the most affordable bed-in-a-box options on the market. This extra-firm mattress features a system of heavy-gauge innersprings. It provides pressure-relief, especially for stomach sleepers. Try the Slumber 1 By Zinus risk-free for 90-nights, today!

Get Slumber 1 By Zinus if...

  • You're on a budget. The Slumber 1 By Zinus is one of the most affordably priced bed-in-a-box options on the market. A Queen costs $180!
  • You sleep on your stomach. Stomach sleepers tend to need extra support to keep their spine properly aligned. This mattress has an extra-firm feel, making it a great option.
  • You prefer an innerspring bed. The Slumber 1 By Zinus is built with a 7.5" base layer of pocketed springs for stability.

Skip Slumber 1 By Zinus if...

  • You're a side sleeper. This bed doesn't have enough comfort layers to cradle your shoulders and hips. This leads to unwanted pressure on these areas of your body.
  • You need more plush support. If you prefer a softer mattress, the Slumber 1 By Zinus isn't the right match. You should try a memory foam bed instead.
  • You want an all-foam bed. The Slumber 1 is an innerspring mattress. If you want an all-foam bed, Zinus makes several memory foam models for you to choose from.

Pros

  • Great price
  • Ships free
  • Has excellent edge support

Cons

  • Not available directly on the Zinus website, must purchase at Walmart or Amazon
  • Extra-firm feel isn't designed for every type of sleeper

Firmness/Feel/Comfort

The Slumber 1 By Zinus has an extra-firm feel, ranking a 9/10 on the firmness scale. This feel is great for stomach sleepers as it provides a level surface ensuring proper spinal alignment. Kids and teens who need firmer support also do great on this mattress.

Construction Key Points

  • The Slumber 1 By Zinus is 8" in height.
  • Cover: Knitted Jacquard cover is soft-to-the-touch.
  • Top Layer: 1" Comfort Foam provides a level of soft support and prevents you from laying directly on the coil base.
  • Base Layer: 7.5" iCoil® Pocketed Springs provide pressure relief support, while reducing motion transfer. The heavy-gauge coils add durability to the mattress, preventing breakdown.

Support & Motion Isolation

This mattress does well at isolating motion because of the built-in iCoil® system. Each coil is free to move individually. Movement on one side of the bed isn't felt on the opposite side.

If you like to sit or sleep on the edge of the mattress the Slumber 1 By Zinus has excellent edge-to-edge support due to the coil base.

Reasons to Buy Slumber 1 By Zinus

  1. Most bed-in-a-box mattresses (Queen size or bigger) can set you back at least $500 or more. The Slumber 1 By Zinus is a fraction of the cost. You can get a Queen size for less than $200! This bed is the very definition of budget-friendly.
  2. Children transitioning to a bigger bed and teens fair well on this mattress. The firmer support ensures their spine is healthily aligned.
  3. Not only is it affordable, but it ships free! Have it delivered to your quickly to your doorstep free of charge. Plus, set up is incredibly easy. Just unwrap and let it expand!

Reasons to Avoid Slumber 1 By Zinus

  1. This is a straightforward mattress that focuses on value. If you're looking for a luxury bed with advanced features, you should consider other alternatives.
  2. If you need a softer feeling mattress, we suggest trying one of Zinus's memory foam models instead as this bed is going to be too firm for your comfort.

Slumber 1 By Zinus is an ideal choice if you want an extra-firm innerspring mattress at a great price. You can get a great deal on Slumber 1 By Zinus, today!

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  2. Idle Sleep - great for responsive pressure relief.
  3. Puffy - feels like you're sleeping on a cool cloud (at a good price).
  4. Ghostbed - beautiful, plush cover w/ aerated latex and healthy spinal alignment.
  5. Winkbeds - 3-stage back relief with free shipping and returns.

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Zinus Bed Frame Review

The investment in a mattress is one that pays back. That’s why, according to the Huffington Post, it’s advisable to replace yours if you notice problems such as tossing and turning as doing so can help reduce stress. However, the investment in one that will stand the test of time is dependent on the type of bed frame you have.

It can be easy to overlook your bed frame. However, you wouldn’t build your home on a sketchy foundation, right? It’s just as important to take the time to investigate your bedframe, and I’d love the opportunity to help you if you’re considering the purchase of the Zinus grey upholstered queen size frame. Over the past two months, I’ve had the chance to try out this product with two mattresses, and I’d love to pass on my knowledge to you so you can make an educated choice.

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Once you open the box, you may find yourself a little bit confused. What you see in this picture is what comes out, and it kind of looks like Zinus only gave you the headboard. However, don’t panic! When you turn the headboard around, you’ll find that there’s a very inconspicuous zipper. When you use it, you’ll discover that everything necessary to put the mattress together is tightly packed inside. I thought this feature was very convenient both in the handling of the product when it comes to your door as well as putting it together.

Video Review

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A Look at the Company

When you shop with Zinus, you’ll appreciate their interactive website, and they seem to be highly responsive when it comes to answering consumer questions. Not only do they offer you the ability to ask questions on their interactive site, but they also make these questions, along with their answers, available for others to see. Therefore, if you have a question, there’s a good chance you can access the information you’re looking for quickly and with ease.

Bed Frames and Beyond

Zinus doesn’t stop with bedframes, and you can browse their company site for a variety of items geared toward the achievement of a restful night’s sleep. Aside from mattress frames, you can also browse from a variety of:

  • Mattresses
  • Bases and foundations
  • Pillows
  • Toppers
  • Modern studio collections

Overall, Zinus seems to be a customer-friendly company, and you can expect to receive the help you may need as you browse their selections.

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Price Expectations

Since shipping is free, it’s not difficult to get a good idea of price expectations from the website alone, and I was impressed. However, you may need a larger or smaller version.

There is currently not an option to accomodate a California king size mattress, so, if that’s the size you’re working with, you’ll need to shop for a different product.

Zinus understands that money can be tight, and they work with customers who qualify. If you need a bed frame now to preserve your mattress but don’t have the cash on hand, you can look into their financing options.

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A Versatile Look That Fits Just About Anywhere

One of the first things you’ll notice when you get your hands on a Zinus upholstered square stitched platform bed frame is that it is a neutral grey color, and this helps it fit nicely in just about any setting. Now, my bedroom features wooden panel walls, cream-colored carpet, red curtains, black and white photography, and floral arrangements. I felt the frame made a very natural addition to the room.

Now, the side panels circle the rest of the frame, and they match the pictured headboard. There have been some complaints by customers that they don’t enjoy the color of the mattress legs, and I can only speculate that it’s because they differ in color as they are black. I think they look just fine. If anything, they match the metal support base. There are no other options when it comes to the leg color, so, if this is a major issue for you for some reason, you may want to browse other options.

I was impressed with the overall quality of the headboard. Not only is it thick, but it’s reinforced with foam. When you push on it, there is a degree of sinking in, and this can prove helpful in the event you were ever to bump your head. Yes, I am speaking from experience. My nine-year-old daughter enjoys sleeping in this particular bed, and she jumped in a little too quick the other night. However, she was able to laugh it off as the foam acted as a buffer. Aside from the safety this can offer, it also adds a degree of depth to the headboard. When it comes to aesthetics, I was wholly satisfied, and you can even see that it accommodates in other settings as well.

If a corresponding footboard is important to your aesthetic standards, you’ll be disappointed. The Zinus grey upholstered bed frame does not come with one, and there currently aren’t any you can order as accessories. As you can see in the pictures, however, the bed still looks great with just the grey side panels that circle it.

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Simple Assembly You’ll Enjoy

Whether you’re going to be picking your Zinus bed frame up at a store or plan to take advantage of free shipping, you may be a little surprised when you see the box. It’s really not that big at 68 x 6 x 39 inches.

When I think of packing up a bed frame, I typically think that I’m going to need a few people to help, and one of them better have a truck! However, you can likely fit this frame in your car.

Once you open the box, you may find yourself a little bit confused. What you see in this picture is what comes out, and it kind of looks like Zinus only gave you the headboard. However, don’t panic! When you turn the headboard around, you’ll find that there’s a very inconspicuous zipper. When you use it, you’ll discover that everything necessary to put the mattress together is tightly packed inside. I thought this feature was very convenient both in the handling of the product when it comes to your door as well as putting it together.

Now, the product assembly instructions are very detailed, and they walk you through the process step-by-step. I chose to get a little assistance in the assembly of my Zinus bed frame to speed the process along, but, if you do it yourself, it shouldn’t really take any longer than around 30 minutes. It’s worth noting that the box with everything included weighs around 80 pounds, so, if this is too much for you to handle, definitely have someone on board to help.

Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty

You wouldn’t still be reading if you weren’t truly giving yourself the full advantage of my experience before you make your final purchasing decision, and I commend you for that. All too many people wait until they are dissatisfied with a product to start looking into the little details that make all the difference. That’s why I’m going to break down the dimensions for you now.

For starters, the overall dimensions of the Zinus upholstered bed frame are 87.5 x 65 x 44.5 inches. From the floor to the mattress target, you can expect a clearance of around 14 inches. From the floor to the headboard, 44.5 inches. I found it interesting when I delved into the floor-to-headboard distances on the other mattresses as I kind of expected them to become progressively larger as you move from full to king. However, they are as follows in case you need to know:

  • Twin- 40 inches
  • Full- 44.5 inches
  • Queen- 44.5 inches
  • King- 40.5 inches

I’m not sure why the king size version scales back in size, but that’s the height that was mentioned on the website in the question and answer section.

Under Bed Clearance

If you’re like me, then you may find that you keep a lot of junk under your bed. I have three small kids, and it can sometimes just be easier to store unsightly belongings there to restore order to my house!

If this is an important feature for you, then you’ll need to know how tall the legs are. Each leg of the Zinus mattress frame is 8 inches, and they allow you a total clearance of 7.5 inches. For me, this has allowed me to put things such as suitcases and backpacks under the bed. Not to mention the kids seem to enjoy squeezing themselves underneath the frame, so this may help put things into perspective!

Now, if this just isn’t quite the right height for you, you do have the option of putting your frame on risers or casters. After all, once you buy your frame, it’s up to you what you do with it. However, it’s worth knowing that, by doing so, you will void your warranty if something becomes damaged as a result. Zinus offers a five year warranty on their bed frames, so, for me, it’s not worth the risk.

Shop With Your Mattress in Mind

It’s recommended by the company to use a mattress that’s between six and 13 inches. The reasoning behind this logic is that when your mattress sits higher than this, it can begin to diminish the appearance of the headboard behind it. When the thickness is lower, the headboard may look too big. However, if you have something that’s slightly more or less, it shouldn’t make a significant difference. Again, though, this is all about personal preference.

A Word on Slats

I’ve received quite a few emails in regards to the positioning of the slats. Honestly, I really didn’t take too much consideration into them myself until many of you pointed out that heavier mattresses often have certain requirements for slat spacing.

Before you buy this frame, it’s worth checking to see if your mattress has this type of specification.

The spacing between the slats of the Zinus upholstered frame is 4 ½ inches. If your mattress requires slats with lesser spacing, you may want to explore other options, or you could truly transform your sleeping experience and take a look at the many mattress reviews on the market to be purchased alongside your new Zinus frame.

Slat Capacity

The Zinus upholstered bed frame is reportedly able to hold a capacity of 500 pounds, so you should take this into consideration when you shop. If you intend to regularly put a load larger than this on your frame, this isn’t the product for you. However, if this fits your needs, you’ll be pleased to know the slats are capable of supporting your mattress all on their own, so box springs aren’t even needed.

Out of curiosity and to provide you with proof that the 500 pound capacity is believable, I performed a test to see if it stood true to its claims. First, I placed an additional mattress on the one I already use as the 500 pound limit doesn’t include your mattress. I then piled my three kids and myself on top. This was a combined weight of 436 pounds, and it did just fine. Upon checking afterward, there was no bowing on any of the steel support legs as a result of the excessive weight.

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What to Expect When You Make Your Bed

While you’ll be spending most of your time with your frame relaxing, let’s not let the excitement of a new frame make you forget of some of the less pleasant moments you’ll encounter daily. (Okay, or at least every other day)! Whether or not you’re thinking about it, your frame will determine how easy or difficult the task of making your bed will be for you.

Think about it for a moment. It takes me around three minutes to make my bed everyday. In a year, that’s over 18 hours, or around two full average work days! I know I want to make sure I can shave as much of that time as possible!

To determine the difficulty level to expect, you need to check how deep the mattress will sit within the frame. With the Zinus bed frame, this number only around 4/10ths of an inch. As you can see here, this means you don’t have to push your fingers very far within the side panels in order to tuck your sheets in. However, it’s also worth noting that, if you move around a lot, this may not necessarily be a positive for you as it’s easier for the sheets to begin to ride up the mattress.

Customer Reviews and Feedback

Everyone’s got their own opinions when they experience a product. While I hope I was able to offer the information you need to help make the right decision in your new bed frame investment, you should hear what a few other real-life customers had to say. Just a few of the pros and cons that have been shared include:

Who I Recommend This Frame For

With all things considered, this frame is a good fit for a large number of us. Its ability to hold a 500 pound load makes it accommodating for most of us if sleeping alone. However, if you sleep with a partner, this could become a problem. If you’re looking for a durable frame that will be used to hold less than the 500 pound capacity, it’s an option worth considering.

It also works well for those who expect to change their decor or move to a new home in the future as the grey color works well with most backdrops. Furthermore, if you are on a budget and want to get a quality product at a low price, look no further!

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Final Verdict

So far, we’ve placed various loads on the bed. With three kids who often nap on the Zinus frame and have friends stay the night, mine has already logged quite a few hours in the two months I’ve been using it. So far, it remains quiet and continues to offer reliable support. I enjoy the aesthetic quality it adds to my bedroom, and it can hold the weight necessary in my circumstances. To check out the product yourself or to make a purchase, click the button below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it hard to put this base together?

Easy if you follow the included instructions.

Does it have any special features?

Storage space available in back of headboard.

How long is the warranty?

5 years.

How much space is there under the frame for storage?

14 inches.

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Zinus Spa Sensations Mattress Review

Our assessment:ZinusSpa Sensations is a plush all-foam mattress by Zinus that’s made with pressure-relieving Theratouch memory foam and infused with cleansing green tea and charcoal. It’s sold only through Walmart, so you get their 90 day trial period, plus the low prices and 10 year warranty typical of Zinus mattresses.

Who Is the ZinusSpa Sensations Mattress Best for?

ZinusSpa Sensations is best for:ZinusSpa Sensations may not be best for:
  • Side sleepers
  • Back sleepers
  • Budget shoppers
  • Those with back pain
  • Couples
  • Stomach sleepers
  • Those who prefer the firm feel of a spring mattress

Zinus Spa Sensations Mattress Review Highlights

top rated budget mattress

The Spa Sensations mattress by Zinus is designed to make you feel like you had a luxury visit to the spa every time you wake up. We wanted to see if this mattress could stand up to its name, so we brought it into our sleep lab for evaluation. In this review, we’ll walk you through what we found, including pros/cons, test scores, and buyer info.

Special features:

  • Zinus mattresses are generally very budget-friendly, and the Spa Sensations mattress is no exception. A queen size costs only $389.
  • The premium Theratouchmemory foam layers are so plush, you may imagine that you’re on a pillow top mattress. 
  • The all-foam construction of the Spa Sensations mattressrelieves pressure that can build up near your joints and cause pain and stiffness.
  • Zinus ships their mattresses compressed into one box, so delivery and setup are easy
  • Green tea extractreduces odors and active charcoal keeps your mattress fresh and dry.

Mattress Advisor Score

Once we received our Spa Sensations mattress, we took into our review lab, where our testers performed 14 assessments that revealed how well the mattress performed. You can check out how the Spa Sensations mattress scored below, and read more about our review process here.

Mattress Advisor TestScore (Out of 10)
Shipping8
Trial Period9
Return Policy7.5
Warranty9
Set-UpPending
Motion TransferPending
Edge SupportPending
Pressure ReliefPending
Spine AlignmentPending
ResponsivenessPending
CoolingPending
DurabilityPending
Customer Service8
Social Impact2
⭐Total Customer Experience Score for the ZinusSpa Sensations Mattress: 7.3/10⭐

Test High and Low Points

✅ Pros

  • Pressure Relief: The Spa Sensations mattress is topped with a deep layer of plush memory foam that conforms to your body, effectively lifting weight off of your pressure points.
  • Motion Isolation: Three foam layers absorb motion before it can travel from one side of the mattress to another, so you experience fewer disruptions while you sleep.
  • Cooling: While memory foam has a reputation of being hot and heavy, the addition of a gel memory foam layer keeps the average sleeper temperature neutral instead of sweaty. 
  • Warranty: Most mattresses last around 10 years, which is also how long the Spa Sensations mattress is covered against manufacturing defects.

❌ Cons

  • Expanding: In rare cases, it can take up to 72 hours for a Zinus mattress to expand to its full size.
  • Durability: Generally, all-foam mattresses are not as durable as hybrid or innerspring mattresses.
  • Edge Support: Many reviewers have remarked that this mattress doesn’t have the best edge support.

Feel and Firmness

Zinus rates the Spa Sensations mattress as plush, but we think it’s closer to medium-soft. Lighter-weight customers even say it feels closer to a medium or medium-firm mattress.

zinus green tea firmness graphic

Sleep Position Compatibility

Side sleepers are the real winners on the Spa Sensations mattress, thanks to three inches of plush memory foam on top. Back sleepers can also fare well on soft memory foam beds, but stomach sleepers need a medium-firm or firm mattress to get enough support for healthy spinal alignment.

sealy hybrid sleep position

Cooling Technologies

The Spa Sensations is not the coolest mattress on the block, but it does have a few noteworthy cooling technologies that keep it temperature neutral. Mainly, the middle layer of comfort foam is ventilated in order to allow body heat to escape from the core of the mattress.

zinus spa sensations cooling graphic

How Much Weight Does It Support?

The twin size Spa Sensations mattress can support a max weight of 250lbs, while all other sizes can support up to 500lbs. Soft, all-foam mattresses like the Spa Sensations are the best fit for those with small or average body types. Heavier sleepers may feel like they’re sinking too far into the mattress, and will fare better on a firmer foam mattress or hybrid mattress.

Bed Frames Match

Zinus specifies that the Spa Sensations mattress can be stored on any supportive box spring or platform bed.

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Mattress Layers

The ZinusSpa Sensations mattress is made of three layers of CertiPUR-US certified memory foam and polyfoam:

Inside zinus green tea
  1. Mattress Cover: A soft velour mattress cover with a luxurious-looking jacquard knit design.
  2. Top Layer: A three inch comfort layer of premium Theratouch memory foam that’s infused with green tea and active charcoal.
  3. Second Layer: Another three inch comfort foam layer that’s ventilated for better airflow.
  4. Base Layer: Six inches of durable high-density support foam.

ZinusSpa Sensations Mattress Sizes, Dimensions, and Pricing

SizeDimensionsWeightPrice*
Twin75″ x 39″ x 12″49lb$249.99
Full75″ x 54″ x 12″67lb$359.00
Queen80″ x 60″ x 12″79lb$389.00
King80″ x 76″ x 12″99lb$439.00
Cal King84″ x 72″ x 12″100lb$365.00

*Prices do not reflect exclusive offers or discounts. Click below to see the best price for the ZinusSpa Sensations mattress.


ZinusPurchasing Information

Next, we’ll cover all the need-to-know details about actually buying your Spa Sensations mattress.

PolicyDetails
DeliveryFree shipping, bed-in-a-box delivery
Trial Period90 nights
Warranty10-year warranty
Return PolicyFree returns, full refund
FinancingAffirm

Shipping and Delivery

Walmart ships your new mattress for free in as fast as two days, depending on where you live. You’ll learn your exact delivery date at checkout. Walmart doesn’t offer white glove delivery or old mattress removal, so you may need to call up a friend for help.

Trial Period

Walmart customers get a 90-night sleep trial, so you can test out your new bed at home. The typical mattress trial period is 100-nights, but three months is usually enough time to adjust to a new mattress and evaluate whether or not it’s the right fit.

Warranty

Zinus extends their 10-year limited warranty to mattresses sold through authorized retailers like Walmart. The Spa Sensations mattresswarranty begins right after the trial period ends, and covers workmanship and material defects.

To file a claim, submit a request on the Zinus website. You’ll need to have registered your mattress on the website and have your original receipt handy. Once your claim is approved, you’ll receive either a replacement mattress or prorated refund. 

Zinus Customer Service

The Help Center on the Walmart website has answers to an exhaustive list of questions about their products and return policy. If you don’t find the info you need there, you can request that a live rep call you, or you can give them a call at (800) 925-6278.

Alternatively, you can reach out to Zinus directly. Their customer service team is available 24/7 at (800) 613-1225 and [email protected]

Return Policy

Walmart accepts mattress returns and exchanges up to 90 days after your purchase. Visit the store where you bought your mattress or go to the Walmart website to start the return process. You’ll need your receipt or Walmart.com order number. If you don’t have either, Walmart can look up your purchase with your debit/credit card number or phone and email.

Note: If you bought your Zinus mattress from an authorized retailer other than Walmart, you’ll need to reach out to their customer service team about their return policy. 


Is the ZinusSpa Sensations Mattress for You?

The Spa Sensations mattress is a worthwhile value buy if you’re in the market for a new memory foam bed, but don’t want to spend a lot. The foam layers are pressure relieving and supportive, and the plush firmness is ideal for side sleepers.

If you’re looking to invest in a more durable mattress, the Leesa memory foam mattress is a medium-firm alternative that earned a near perfect score for durability. Also, if you’re concerned about getting too hot at night, consider theZinusHybrid mattress. It has a breathable coil base layer and cooling gel-infused memory foam; plus hybrid mattresses are better suited to those with heavier body types. 


Compare ZinusSpa Sensations

The Spa Sensations mattress is generally softer and more affordable than other bed-in-a-boxmemory foam mattresses. 

For example, the Casper Element and Tuft & Needle are both medium-firm mattresses. You won’t sink as deep into the foam layers on medium-firm beds. The Casper Element costs between $395–$795 and the Tuft & Needle ranges $350–$750—both of which are about $100–$400 more than the Spa Sensations.

The TempurCloud mattress by TempurPedic is a luxury bed-in-a-box mattress with a medium firmness. It costs thousands more than the Spa Sensations and sleeps notably warmer, but it’s also incredibly pressure relieving and motion isolating. 

The Spa Sensations 8” Memory Foam mattress has a slightly firmer feel than the 12” version and costs even less ($149–$289). It works best for kids and lightweight sleepers. 


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