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For this review, I’ll be checking out one of the most popular innerspring mattresses on the market: the Saatva. Built with gentle memory foam and a sturdy coil-on-coil system, this bed was designed to offer folks a luxuriously supportive sleeping experience, and all without breaking the bank.
Hmm… this sounds fantastic, but is it too good to be true? I won’t know for sure until I hop on the bed and try it out for myself. So come along with me as I test out the Saatva’s motion transfer, sinkage, pressure relief, and bounce to figure out if it might just be the bed of your dreams!
One of the earliest pioneers of the direct-to-consumer mattress movement, Saatva officially got started in 2011 with its namesake innerspring bed. Over the next few years, the company would release two other mattresses under the Saatva name: the all-foam Loom & Leaf and the eco-friendly Zenhaven latex mattress.
While we won’t be digging too much into these others beds in this review, I will be taking a little time later on to compare the Saatva to both the Loom & Leaf and one of its biggest competitors, the Casper mattress.
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