The Puffy Mattress is designed to make every night feel like you are sleeping on a cloud. The mattress has a body-adapting formula that melds to the contours of your body, a gel layer that creates a cooler sleeping experience and layers created specifically to give you the optimum amount of pressure relief. Instead of finding a mattress store, you can experience the comfort of Puffy for the first time in your own home. The Puffy is delivered for free right to your front door. After you take it out of the box, you can place it anywhere — a slatted bed frame, a box spring, a flat frame, adjustable frame or no frame at all. Once you have the Puffy, you have 101 nights to test it out. Take your time finding out if the Puffy Mattress is right for you. If you decide you like sleeping on your own personal cloud, the mattress is covered by a lifetime warranty. If it isn't right for you, you can return the mattress for free.
The mattress of your dreams arriving right at your doorstep probably sounds pretty magical, but Puffy is not the only mattress you can buy online. The Leesa mattress is another popular option. Let's dive into a Leesa mattress vs. Puffy Mattress comparison across six categories to find out which one offers the best sleep.
The 10-inch thick Puffy Mattress features two layers. The first layer is 4 inches of our Cooling Cloud Foam. This gel-infused foam is designed to increase airflow while you sleep, ensuring your body heat does not make for an uncomfortable sleep experience. The second layer of the mattress is 6 inches of our firm core support foam. This layer gives sleepers the support and spinal alignment they need for a restful night of sleep. The Puffy Mattress comes in twin, twin extra-long, full, queen, king and California king sizes.
The Leesa mattress has three layers that also add up to a 10-inch mattress. The top layer is 2 inches of cooling foam, designed to offer a cooler sleeping experience. The second layer is 2 inches of memory foam. The third layer, the mattress's main support layer, is 6 inches of dense core foam. The Leesa mattress also comes in twin, twin extra-long, full, queen, king and California king sizes.
When it comes to design, both mattresses offer the same 10-inch thickness and the same sizes. Both are designed to provide a cool and supportive sleep experience, but the Puffy's thicker Cooling Cloud Foam keeps you cooler, and the support foam is more responsive. From a design perspective, the Puffy comes out ahead.
Mattress comfort is a multifaceted issue that depends largely on the person, but firmness and temperature are the two main factors. A mattress that is too soft can cause back pain. You sink into the bed, and the natural curve of your spine is not supported. Likewise, most people do not want to sleep on a mattress that is so firm you feel like you are lying on a slab of concrete. A bed that's too hard can put pressure on your joints, especially if you're a side sleeper.
When it comes to sleep temperature, the ideal is 60 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit in your bedroom. That means cooler temperatures are better for a restorative night's rest. You can adjust the temperature in your room, but that will do little good if your mattress is baking you in your sleep. Let's take a look at Leesa vs. Puffy comfort.
Puffy promises comfort for back and side sleepers, which are the most common sleep position choices. Nearly half of Americans — 47 percent — sleep on their side in the fetal position. Another 19 percent of people sleep in other positions on their sides. Approximately 18 percent of people tend to sleep in varying positions flat on their back. When it comes to firmness, the Puffy Mattress ranks at around 7 on a scale of 0 to 10, which makes it ideal for most sleeping positions.
Additionally, that level of firmness offers sufficient support for more weight. Heavier people and couples will find the Puffy Mattress quite supportive. The Puffy mattress's gel-infused foam will keep sleepers cool throughout the night. The foam is designed to increase airflow eight times better than typical memory foam.
The Leesa mattress, like the Puffy Mattress, is considered "medium firm," but it ranks as a 6 on the firmness scale, making it slightly softer than the Puffy Mattress. When it comes to temperature, the Leesa mattress also has a foam layer dedicated to a cooler sleeping experience. This layer has holes that help dissipate heat.
How does Leesa vs. Puffy shake out when it comes to comfort? The answer to this one can be pretty subjective. Both mattresses help you sleep cooler, but the Puffy Mattress is slightly firmer, which can offer slightly more support and is good for a variety of sleeping positions.
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"Motion transfer" may be an unfamiliar term, but it's an essential factor to consider when selecting your new mattress. Motion transfer refers to how much movement you will feel on the mattress when your partner shifts or tosses and turns in their sleep. Cut down on those sleep-disrupting mattress squeaks and movements with a mattress that has good motion isolation. How do the Puffy and Leesa mattresses do on this front?
Foam mattresses typically outperform mattresses made of other materials when it comes to motion transfer, and Puffy is no exception. The mattress's memory foam materials allow partners to sleep in the same bed without every little turn being a sleep disruption. You can feel like you are sleeping on your own personal cloud, despite your partner being just a few inches away.
The Leesa mattress is also made of memory foam, but its top layer is made of Avena foam. This material tends to be more sensitive to movement.
Both Puffy and Leesa mattresses are made of memory foam, so they do both offer motion isolation. But Puffy's design offers more motion isolation, making it the better choice, especially if you or your partner are a restless sleeper.
When you buy a mattress, you want it to be comfortable, but you also want it to last. All of the nifty features are worth very little if the mattress needs to be replaced shortly after buying it. The average mattress will last approximately eight years. Let's take a look at the durability of Leesa mattress vs. Puffy Mattress.
The Puffy Mattress is designed with longevity in mind. When you buy a Puffy Mattress, you can expect seven to 12 years of restful sleep before you need to think about mattress shopping again. This lifespan can vary depending on the weight placed on the mattress and how often it is used.
The Puffy Mattress comes with a lifetime warranty, assuring you the product is made to last. During the first 10 years of the warranty, we will repair or replace your mattress free of charge if you experience any materials or workmanship defects. After a decade of ownership, Puffy sleepers can take the "Quick Sleep" option, which means we will deliver a brand new mattress right to your door for half the original price.
The Leesa mattress will also typically last from seven to 12 years. Like with any mattress, this depends on the weight and use of the mattress.
Leesa mattresses come with a 10-year full replacement warranty. Under this warranty, a mattress owner can receive a repaired or entirely new mattress if any defects are discovered during that 10-year period.
Both Puffy and Leesa are designed to outlast the average mattress, but Puffy goes further in guaranteeing its work with a lifetime warranty and the "Quick Sleep" option.
If you have never ordered a mattress online, you are probably used to having delivery people come from a store to set up your new mattress. Even worse, you remember lugging home a mattress in your car and maneuvering it up the stairs and through doorways. Delivery with Puffy and Leesa is a different experience. Take a look at how the Leesa vs. Puffy Mattress setup experience differs.
All Puffy Mattresses are delivered for free to your doorstep via FedEx. Delivery will take two to five business days. Once your shipment arrives, you will find a 42-inch by 19-inch package. The package will vary in weight, depending on what size mattress you select. For example, a twin-size Puffy Mattress will be 41 pounds, while a king-size Puffy Mattress will be 87 pounds.
Once you open your package, you will be able to set up the mattress with one or two people. All Puffy Mattresses are made to order, which means the mattress isn't made until you place your order and then immediately wrapped and shipped to you. This reduces the amount of time the mattress spends wrapped in plastic, which can lead to unpleasant odors when you take it out of the packaging.
Once you are ready to set up your Puffy Mattress, you will place the roll on the bed frame or surface of your choice. Remove any plastic and unroll the mattress. Remove the airtight plastic seal. Allow the mattress time to expand.
Leesa requires two to three business days to complete your order. After that, the mattress is delivered within one to three business days via UPS. Leesa mattresses weight slightly more than Puffy Mattresses. The twin-size Leesa is 45 pounds, while the king-size Leesa is 90 pounds.
Setup of the Leesa is similar to the Puffy. Remove the rolled up mattress from the box, place it on the frame or surface of your choice, remove the plastic layer, unroll the mattress, remove the remaining plastic seal and allow the mattress to expand. The Leesa mattress will require a few days to reach full firmness.
While the setup process is relatively similar, Puffy does better than Leesa here. The smell of a new mattress being released from its plastic wrapping is known as off-gassing. Both mattresses will need some time to air out, but Puffy has significantly less off-gassing than the Leesa when first unpacked.
A mattress is an investment, both monetarily speaking and in terms of your nighttime comfort. People want to know they are getting their money's worth without over-paying. Let's take a look at the Puffy mattress vs. Leesa and the question of value.
The price of the Puffy mattress ranges between $595 for a twin and $1,150 for a California King. The high-quality, hand-crafted mattresses come with CertiPUR-US certified foam, the 101-night sleep trial, free shipping and returns and a lifetime warranty. Puffy also makes donations to children in need of beds.
The Leesa cost varies between $525 for a twin and $1,195 for a California king. Leesa mattresses come with free shipping and returns, a 100-night sleep trial, and a 10-year warranty. Additionally, the company donates one mattress for every 10 sold and plants a tree for every mattress sold.
How does the value of each mattress compare? Puffy offers a longer sleep trial and a lifetime warranty compared to Leesa's 10-year warranty. Puffy is also a more economical choice. Considering the quality, price and guarantee that comes with Puffy, the value is clear.
Making a mattress decision can be tough. You want to choose just the right one, a mattress you look forward to sleeping on every night. Leesa and Puffy both score well on design and comfort, but Puffy stands out in many ways.
Puffy outperforms Leesa on motion transfer and durability, both crucial characteristics for determining the value of any potential mattress. Sleepers can expect better motion isolation when they sleep on a Puffy. Second, Puffy goes the extra mile when it comes to durability. Both mattresses have about the same life expectancy, but Puffy offers a lifetime warranty. With high-quality materials, a handcrafted design created with your comfort in mind, low motion transfer, warranty-backed durability and competitive pricing, Puffy has an undeniable value that is tough to beat.
If you're ready to give the Puffy Mattress a try, start browsing our online store and order your own personal cloud today.