Tuft & Needle Hybrid vs Casper Mattress Review (#1 Guide)

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Tuft and Needle Hybrid: This is a 12″ thick mattress that combines two layers of coils with T&N Adaptive Foam and a pillow top. The top layers of the bed also contain carbon fiber, graphite and gel beads for temperature regulation purposes. Overall, the bed has a neutral foam feel and lands around a medium on the firmness scale. We think it’s a great mattress for side sleepers, back sleepers and stomach sleepers. The Tuft & Needle Hybrid is more expensive than the Original Casper and Casper Hybrid mattresses. You’re looking at about $1,500 for a queen size.

Casper: There are two different Casper beds to choose from here – the Original Casper and Casper Hybrid. The Casper Hybrid obviously uses coils for its support framework. Both beds have a moderate foam feel though. The mattresses do a good job of providing pressure relief while still being supportive. Casper beds are good for all types of sleepers.

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