Leesa vs Nectar | #1 Mattress Review Guide (2020)

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▬ ABOUT THIS VIDEO ▬
Leesa vs Nectar | #1 Mattress Review Guide (2020). In this video, Owen covers our updated Nectar vs Leesa mattress comparison. These are two foam bed in a box mattresses that are extremely popular online.

Nectar: This is a cheap memory foam bed. A queen size Nectar mattress often costs less than $700. The bed overall has a dense memory foam feel and lands on the firm end of the scale. Still, we think the Nectar mattress provides a good amount of pressure relief due to its top layers of gel memory foam. As such, we see Nectar as a good option for back, stomach and side sleepers. Nectar also offers the Nectar Lush, which is a premium memory foam bed. The Lush is a little softer than the standard Nectar mattress.

Leesa: The company sells three different beds – the Original Leesa, Leesa Hybrid and Leesa Legend. The Original Leesa mattress has a neutral foam feel and lands near the middle of the firmness scale. As such, we think the Leesa mattress is a good choice for all types of sleepers, including back sleepers, stomach sleepers and side sleepers. The bed offers a nice balance between support and pressure relief. As far as price, Leesa is more expensive than Nectar, but overall, it’s still considered an affordable foam bed.

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