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► Pressure Relief (2:43)
► Temperature Neutrality (3:01)
► What The Testers Thought (3:16)
► Mattress Review Testing Results (4:27)
► Takeaways & Recommendations (4:56)
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╔ About The Casper Hybrid Mattress ╗
As one of the most well-known and marketable bed-in-a-box companies, Casper has brought their brand to the forefront of the mattress industry. Casper offers two memory foam mattresses, two hybrid mattresses and one mixed foam and latex mattress in its current lineup:
The Casper has a comfort layer with three separate components: a middle memory foam layer placed between top and bottom layers of polyfoam. The support core is constructed from polyfoam, as well. The paneled cover is made from a blend of several fabrics, primarily polyester and rayon.
The Wave has a comfort system with four primary components: a top layer of ‘Flo Foam’ pillow top polyfoam; a second layer of blended synthetic and natural latex; a third layer of memory foam; and a bottom layer of high-resilience polyfoam. The support core is constructed from high-density polyfoam, and the cover is a cotton blend.
The Essential is constructed with a top layer of polyfoam and a bottom layer of memory foam in the comfort system, and a support core made of high-density polyfoam.
The Casper Hybrid is constructed with comfort layers of open-cell polyfoam and memory foam, along with a transitional layer of high-density foam. The pocketed coil support core is reinforced with a high-density foam base for added sleeper and support. It also has a polyester cover. The Casper Hybrid measures 12″ thick; it is considered ‘Medium’ (5.5).
The Wave Hybrid is made with comfort layers of polyfoam, synthetic latex, and memory foam, followed by a transitional layer of high-resiliency polyfoam infused with cooling gel pods. The pocketed coil support core is encased in high-density foam, which helps prevent sagging in the sleep surface and sinkage along the edges. The Wave Hybrid measures 13″ thick; it is considered ‘Medium Soft’ (4.5).
All five models sleep fairly cool, effectively isolate motion, and produce little to no noise
Free standard delivery and free White Glove delivery with The Wave and Wave Hybrid
100-night risk-free trial
A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
Some models are relatively heavy and difficult to move
Above-average price-points for certain models
Our testing process found the Casper should be great for you if…
You have sensitive pressure points that require extra cushioning in your shoulders, hips, lower back, and other areas.
You sleep with a partner and want to limit the movement you feel on the bed.
You like to sink into a bed and feel it hug your body.
Our testing process found the Casper Essential should be great for you if…
You’re looking for an affordable soft mattress.
You love the feel of memory foam – sleeping more “on” than “in” a bed. The Essential has more of a firm feel than it’s sister-beds the Wave and the Casper. It amounts to a sleep experience that keeps you lofted and “floating on top” of the mattress.
Our testing process found the Casper Hybrid and Wave Hybrid should be great for you if…
You prefer mattresses with thicker-than-average profiles.
You and/or your sleep partner tend to feel excessively hot or warm in bed.
You prefer the supportive structure of hybrids and other mattresses with coil layers.