Helix vs Tuft and Needle | Online Mattress Review (UPDATED)

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▬ ABOUT THIS VIDEO ▬
Helix vs Tuft and Needle | Online Mattress Review (UPDATED). In this video, Jeff compares Tuft and Needle vs Helix bed review. Both mattresses are quite popular but they’re also different from one another.

Tuft and Needle: This is a super popular cheap mattress in a box that is made up two foam layers. The top layer on the bed is made out of T&N Adaptive foam, which gives the mattress a neutral foam feel (i.e. not memory foam). Overall, we think Tuft & Needle comfortably accommodates all types of sleepers, including side, back and stomach. A king size Tuft and Needle mattress is well under $1,000.

Helix: There are several different Helix beds to choose from, including Moonlight, Midnight and Dusk. The mattresses range from soft to firm. The softer models are best for side sleepers, while the firmer models are best for back sleepers. Regardless of the model you choose though, Helix beds contain pocketed coils for added support. A queen size before discount costs around $1,000.

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