Awara vs Zenhaven | Latex Mattress Review Guide (MUST WATCH)


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Awara vs Zenhaven | Latex Mattress Review Guide (MUST WATCH). In this video, Jeff covers the Zenhaven vs Awara Mattress Reviews. These are two latex foam mattresses that use premium materials. Here is a quick summary of each bed.

Awara: The Awara mattresses uses 9″ pocketed coils and 4″ of natural Dunlop latex. The bed also has an organic cotton and natural wool cover. In terms of firmness, we think it lands around a medium firm to firm. As such, we see this bed being best for back and stomach sleepers. Given the coils in the bed, we think it’s the better option of the two for heavy people who weigh more than 250 pounds. Awara is also fairly affordable given its latex hybrid construction. You’re looking at about $1,500 for a queen size but the company does offer coupon codes and discounts.

Zenhaven: This is an all-foam latex foam bed from the bedding company Saatva. What’s unique about Zenhaven is that it’s a double sided, flippable mattress. One side of the mattress is a bit softer (luxury plush) and one side is bit firmer (gentle firm). The softer side is best for side sleepers, while the firmer side is preferable for back and stomach sleepers. Price wise, you’re looking at about $1,300 for a twin to $2,500 for a king size.

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