Loom & Leaf vs Nectar | Memory Foam Mattress Review (UPDATED)

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Loom & Leaf vs Nectar | Memory Foam Mattress Review (UPDATED). In this video, Owen covers our updated Nectar vs Loom and Leaf reviews. These are two popular online memory foam mattresses.

Loom & Leaf: Between these two beds, there’s no arguing Loom and Leaf is the more premium or nicer mattress. The bed contains an organic cotton pillow top and a cooling gel center strip for hot sleepers. It also comes in multiple firmness options – Relaxes Firm and Firm. the Relaxed Firm Loom and Leaf lands around medium-firm on the firmness scale and will work for all types of sleepers (side, back, stomach). The Firm Loom and Leaf model is obviously firmer and thus more ideal for back and stomach sleepers looking for extra lumbar support. Overall, the Loom and Leaf mattress has a balanced memory foam feel. Comparing prices, Loom and Leaf is several hundred dollars more expensive than Nectar.

Nectar: Compared to Loom and Leaf, Nectar is considered the budget memory foam option. A queen size costs around $700-$800 depending on discounts and coupon codes. The bed has a dense memory foam feel and lands between medium and medium firm on the scale. In our opinion, the Nectar mattress will work for all types of sleepers. Comparing the two beds, we’d give the slight edge to Nectar for side sleepers since it’s slightly softer. Bottom line, if you’re looking for a cheap memory foam mattress, Nectar is the more ideal bed.

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