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LEESA

If you want a great night's sleep AND a clear conscience, be sure to put a Leesa foam mattress at the top of your shopping list. What makes Leesa different from other companies that sell foam mattresses?

The first clear difference is the mattress itself. The Leesa mattress has the following features that have led to nearly 4,000 five-star reviews from happy customers:

  • Bottom layer: a 6" dense core of support foam
  • Middle layer: a 2" layer of contour "memory foam"
  • Top layer: a 2" layer of Avena foam that allows for cooling
  • Cover: seamless edge, cool and soft to the touch
  • Never has to be flipped, rotated or turned

Pricing is very competitive: $525 for a twin foam mattress, up to $990 for a King or California King. Shipping is free on every mattress, giving shoppers an additional savings.

The second way that Leesa mattresses stand out is in the 100-night risk-free trial. When you buy one of their foam mattresses, you can use it for up to 100 nights. If you decide that you don't like it - for any reason - Leesa will arrange to pick up the mattress at no cost, and then they will donate it to a local charity or recycling center before giving you a full refund. Be aware that it can take up to a month for your body to adjust to a new mattress, so take advantage of the 3+ months before making your decision.

The last unique feature of Leesa as a brand is their commitment to making the world a better place. For those who believe that it's important to buy products made in America, they'll appreciate that the Leesa product was designed in Virginia, manufactured in Pennsylvania, shipped in boxes made in Indiana, and covered with materials woven in Indiana. Also, Leesa donates one mattress for every 10 purchased; these donated mattresses (more than 6,000 to date) have gone to shelters in Arizona, New Jersey, New York City and other places, serving the homeless and other people in transition. And, for the environmentally-conscious, they'll be glad to know that Leesa partners with the Arbor Day Foundation in order to plant one tree for every mattress sold.

What's not to love about a Leesa mattress? It's hard to imagine a foam mattress that could deliver more. Because of their competitive pricing and free shipping, demonstrated commitment to making the world a better place, and a risk-free 100-day trial, Leesa shares our top 5-star rating and is an excellent choice for your next foam mattress purchase.

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NATURE'S SLEEP

Nature's Sleep is a manufacturer of foam mattresses and other related products whose mission is to provide consumers with a better night's sleep at affordable prices. Nature's sleep also has a strong commitment to the environment, constantly designing and re-engineer their products and processes to reduce dependency on fossil fuels and minimize their carbon footprint. They use renewable resources in their products that return naturally to the earth.

Also, most of Nature's Sleep products are anti-microbial, anti-dust mite, anti-bacterial and allergen-resistant which is ideal for the 60 million Americans who crave allergy relief. Nature's Sleep foam mattresses are made exclusively with memory foams that have been independently certified as safe for both people and the environment by CertiPUR-US laboratories. CertiPUR-US certified foams meet strict guidelines for performance, content, indoor emissions and environmental impact.

CertiPUR-US approved means:

  • Low emissions for better indoor air quality
  • No prohibited phthalates
  • No ozone depleters (CFCs)
  • No mercury, lead or heavy metals
  • No formaldehyde
  • No PBDE flame retardants

There is a huge selection of memory foam mattress on the easy to navigate Nature's Sleep website. Base model mattresses start at $649 for a twin and go all the way up to $3,950 for a king size. There are 13 different models to choose from, each with varying features and specifications, so there are plenty of selections to choose from to get the perfect mattress for each consumer. There are literally thousands of reviews on the Nature's Sleep website, in fact they dedicate an entire section of the website to their product reviews. The overwhelming majority of the product reviews were very positive, citing things like firmness around the edges, reduction of back pain and even the coolness of the product during sleep.

Nature's Sleep offers free shipping on all products and also a 20-year limited warrantee. There is also a return policy if the product is unopened, but they charge a 20% restocking fee for this service. This was pretty much the only negative we could find with Nature's Sleep. Otherwise with a large selection, commitment to the environment and excellent consumer reviews, we strongly recommend giving Nature's Sleep serious consideration for anyone seeking a memory foam mattress.

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Foam Mattresses

To help you find the Best Foam Mattresses, TopConsumerReviews.com provides you with an in-depth comparison of Leesa and Nature's Sleep.

Foam Mattresses are the latest trend in the mattress industry. A few years ago consumers were able to choose between one or two foam mattress brands - but now, several companies compete in the memory foam mattress business.

Adults are attracted to both the comfort and support that a well-made foam mattress provides, especially over the standard spring mattress. Many people that have complained of back pain for years are now finding relief from simply buying a new mattress made of foam. The design of foam mattresses eliminates the pressure points that can cause body pain and restless sleep.

With a number of new companies entering the foam mattress market, it's important to know what to look for when shopping for a foam mattress. Before you make the move to purchase a foam mattress, you should consider the following:

  • Cost.  What is the price range for the foam mattresses offered?
  • Customer Feedback.  What are customers saying about their experiences with the foam mattresses and the company's they bought them from?
  • Return Policy.  In the event you're not satisfied with your purchase, does the company enable you to return the foam mattress for a full refund?
  • Guarantee.  If your foam mattress breaks or disappoints you in a few years, is it still covered under warranty? For how long?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Foam Mattresses available today. We hope these reviews help you find that perfect night's sleep right away!



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