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Does a mattress from a leading, well established and generally respectable online brand sound good? Then Casper might be for you.

But if you seek a soft or clearly firm mattress or a mattress that is not all foam, then you will want to look elsewhere.

All things considered, Sleep Like The Dead rates Casper a B-.

Learn how Casper compares to main competitors at the memory foam mattress review summary and the mattress comparison.

Casper Performance Ratings

The ratings – based on 320 consumer reviews gathered using an unbiased, accurate methodology – show how the three Casper models rate compared to the average mattress.

Owner satisfactionB-C+B-
Durability / longevityB+B-B
Minimizes pressureB-B-B-
Less (back) painC+CB
Easy to move onC+CB-
Motion isolationBBB
Edge supportC-D+C
No initial off gassing odorC-CC
No sleeping hotBB-B-
Good for sexB-C-B-
No noiseAAA
Suited for everyday adult useB-C-A-
Avg-sized person friendlyB-C-B-
Tall person friendlyC-D-B-
Short person friendlyB+B-C-
Heavy person friendlyB-DB
Light person friendlyB-BC
No topper neededB-B-C-
Easy to lift, handle, moveBB+C+
CommentOf the three models, the most refined and best value.Best suited for child / teen use or temporary / occasional adult use.Best suited for those seeking a firmer, well supported mattress.

* partial estimate due to recent model revision.

Casper Specification / Construction Ratings

Casper mattresses – assembled and made mostly in USA – consist almost entirely of foam. The ratings – based on consumer experiences and the evaluation of Sleep Like The Dead – show how Casper’s construction compares to that of the average mattress.

Casper:polyester with 2% (estimate) lycra / spandex; removable
Essential:polyester; removable
Wave:wool-infused polyester (estimate)
Top layer(s)C+CB
Casper:1.5" foam (3.5 lb/ft density)
2" foam (2.5 lb/ft density)
1" foam (3.5 lb/ft density est.), 1.5" latex (50% natural, 50% synthetic)
Middle LayerB-B-B-
Casper:1.5" memory foam (3.5 lb/ft density)
1.5" memory foam (3.5 lb/ft density)
1.5" memory foam (3 lb/ft density estimate)
Base / support layerB-D+B
Casper:1.5" 2.5 lb/ft density foam, 5" 1.8 lb/ft density foam
4.5" foam (1.8 lb/ft density) – below-average thickness
1.5" foam (2.5 lb/ft density estimate), 5.5" foam (1.8 lb/ft density estimate) with supportive gel
Determined by averaging the above specification ratings.

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Casper Company Ratings

The ratings below – based on consumer experiences and the evaluation of Sleep Like The Dead – show how Casper compares to the average mattress manufacturer.

WarrantyC+10-year non-prorated warranty – similar to most main competitors. (See mattress warranties: what you should know.)
Return provides a 100-day, no-fee, 100%-money-back trial period. No preparation for return shipment is needed, and a courier (if available in your area) removes the mattress from your home to be recycled / donated. No minimum amount of time mattress must be kept. Few customers report difficult returns.
Customer serviceA-Overall, customer service is regarded by consumers to be strong but not necessarily flawless.
Marketing accuracyB+Overall, hyperbole is low especially compared to most main competitors.
Access to customer reviewsB+At its website, Casper allows filterable and easy access to all customer reviews posted there, including those that are negative. However, no summary by star rating is available. Reviews are also on Amazon.
Integrity of customer reviewsBIn total, ratings at Casper’s website are only moderately higher than those found at independent sources. Casper performs significantly better on this issue than most competitors.
Specs disclosedCBy disclosing mattress specifications, a company lets consumers know what they are paying for and helps them to comparison shop. Most specs are provided on, but cover material and layer thickness and density are not; such information may be available upon request.
Time in businessB-Casper began in 2014 which is fairly recent but nevertheless earlier than the start date of most main competitors.
Number of BBB complaintsA-Eleven complaints have been filed to the Better Business Bureau (BBB) against Casper Sleep in the past three years which is low for a mattress company of its size.
OVERALL RATINGBDetermined by averaging the above company ratings.

Sleep Like The Dead (SLTD) Rating for Casper

SLTD RATINGB-SLTD (Sleep Like The Dead) rating is determined by averaging the performance, specification, and company ratings. This rating shows how Casper and its mattresses perform against all other mattress companies and their mattresses.

Key Comparisons

In the charts below, "all beds" refers to all mattresses on the market, and "all foam beds" refers to Casper’s main and closest competitors – those mattresses that consist mostly or entirely of foam. Compare Casper to competitors in the side-by-side mattress comparison.

Owner Satisfaction

All models perform at least as well as the average mattress and mostly similar to main competitors. Specifically, the Casper has 80% satisfaction, the Essential 74%, and the Wave 78%.

* For everyday adult use. Satisfaction for child or temporary / guest use is about seven percentage points higher. Learn more about how owner satisfaction is determined.
** Partial estimate.


Unlike the Casper and the Essential, the Wave is priced higher than the average mattress. (See how Casper mattresses compare to other mattresses in the sortable price comparison.)


The Casper model appears to perform better than the other model offerings by Casper in regard to value or "bang for the buck."

Durability / longevity

Casper mattresses appear to have above-average durability / longevity. Reports of sagging, loss of support, and the development of body impressions for Casper models are not common.

Mattress Support

Support tends to correlate with the price of the model.

Pressure Relief

Of the three models, the Casper model appears to perform best at reducing pressure by conforming effectively to a sleeper’s body and providing well-distributed support.

(Back) Pain Relief

The at least fair degree of support and conforming ability of the Casper and the Wave result in above-average potential for back pain relief. (See mattresses and pain relief for general analysis.)

Easy To Move On

The mattresses tend to not conform to a degree which makes body movement difficult.

Easy To Get On / Up Off – Tall Person

The Casper and especially the Essential have below-average thickness which make getting on and off the mattress somewhat difficult for taller people.

Easy To Get On / Up Off – Short Person

The Casper and especially the Essential have below-average thickness which can make getting on and off the mattress somewhat easier for shorter people.

Motion Isolation

All Casper models to a significant extent prevent a person’s movement from disturbing another person on the bed, but they do not eliminate such disturbance.

Edge Support

As is often true for foam-based mattresses, support near the far edges may be inadequate for sleeping or sitting, especially for larger people. The recent addition of extra firmness / support in the center third of the Casper model may improve edge support somewhat in this area.

Topper Usage

Overall, about 7% of owners (1 in 14) report adding a topper ( priced $35 to $500) to soften the mattress and create acceptable comfort.

Initial Off Gassing Odor

About 8% of Casper owners (1 in 13) report an enduring unpleasant initial odor – a rate somewhat higher than that of most competitors. (General analysis: mattress off gassing.)

Heat Retention

About 5% of Casper owners (1 in 20) report heat retention occurring to an extent that undermines sleep quality / quantity – a rate similar to that of main competitors overall.

About an additional 10% of Casper owners report that the mattress sleeps warm but usually not to a bothersome extent. (General analysis: mattresses and sleeping hot.)

Sex Friendliness

The table below evaluates the Casper models on several factors important to sex. (See mattresses and sex for general analysis.)

Easy to move onB-C+B
Sex can be performed without great effort as the beds provide at least fair support and do not conform to a restrictive degree.
All have some bounce but less bounce than a traditional innerspring mattress.
All tend to minimize pressure put on knees, elbows, hands, buttocks.
No bottoming outCDB
For the Essential, thickness may be inadequate for some positions.
Allows discretionCD+B
All models are silent, but the Essential may lack weight to stay firmly planted during sex.
All models are likely to withstand repeated passionate use.
Whole bed suitableC-D+C
The far edges may not offer adequate support especially for larger people.
Allows fast climaxB-C+C+
The mattresses conform enough to allow for efficiency of movement.
Fluid, stain cleanupB-B-C
Casper and Essential have removable covers which allow for thorough spot cleaning.


Like other foam-based mattresses, Casper mattresses are silent.

Total Thickness

The Essential’s thickness is suited for shorter people and poorly suited for taller people, and vice versa for the Wave. Also a significant number of Essential owners report "bottoming out" or that they can feel the frame beneath the mattress. As a result, the Essential is likely best suited for lighter people, including children / teens, or temporary / occasional use by average-sized adults.


Casper queen models weigh 63 to 86 pounds. A light mattress may have the disadvantage of not staying firmly in place on its base but the advantage of being relatively easy to move, lift and handle.

Adjustable Bed Base Friendliness

Using the Essential on an adjustable bed base may result in "bottoming out" when sitting upright due to the Essential’s relative thinness. Wave’s thickness may not allow it to bend as easily on an adjustable base as the other Casper models.

Casper Model Firmness Analysis

The Casper

On a 1 to 10 scale with 1 being very soft and 10 being very firm, the Casper appears to on average be regarded as a 6 or 6.5.

* The recent addition of extra firmness / support in the center third of mattress may cause firmness to be evaluated as slightly to somewhat more firm than indicated.

Casper’s firmness level suits most owners but not all. Beyond break in about 10% of owners find it too firm and about 5% find it too soft. About an additional 15% find the firmness to be acceptable but not ideal.

Those with a body mass index of 20 or lower appear most likely to report excessive firmness (after break in).

Compared to main competitors, the Casper mattress currently appears to have a firmness / support level that is at least slightly better suited for the average person. Of course, your own individual evaluation may differ.

The Essential

On a 1 to 10 scale with 1 being very soft and 10 being very firm, the Essential appears to on average be regarded as about a 4.5 to 5.

The Essential’s firmness level suits a majority of owners but not all. Beyond break in about 14% of owners find it too soft, especially large people. About an additional 20% find the firmness to be acceptable but not ideal.

The Wave

On a 1 to 10 scale with 1 being very soft and 10 being very firm, the Wave appears to on average be regarded as a 7.5 or 8.

The Wave’s firmness level suits most owners but not all. Beyond break in about 17% of owners find it too firm and about 3% find it too soft. About an additional 15% find the firmness to be acceptable but not ideal.

* partial estimate due to model newness.

Person Size & Sleep Position Suitability For Casper Models

The table below evaluates the Casper mattress models for person size and sleep position. It shows what tends to be true for Casper owners;your own personal evaluation may differ.See the mattress firmness guide for details based on your body type. And people of below- and above-average weight, see the mattress guide for large and small people.


The CasperThe EssentialThe Wave*
Average-Sized People
(130-230 lbs)
The Essential has the most complaints from back sleepers due to inadequate thickness. The Wave is often suited for back sleepers of average size that seek above-average firmness and support.
Large People
(230+ lbs)
Large people should likely avoid the Essential as it lacks the firmness / support and thickness that large people often require.
Small People
(under 130 lbs)
Most back sleepers under 130 pounds find the mattresses to be at least fair.


The CasperThe EssentialThe Wave*
Average-Sized People
(130-230 lbs)
The Casper model appears suited for side sleepers of average size. Nevertheless, at least 9% of these owners report excessive firmness (beyond break-in) resulting in hip and or shoulder pain. Those with a body mass index of 20 or lower appear most likely to report excessive firmness.
Large People
(230+ lbs)
For large side-sleeping Casper model owners, the comfort layer is thick enough to mostly prevent one’s shoulder or hip from reaching the firmer layer(s) underneath. The Wave’s firmness may be excessive for some. The Essential should probably be avoided.
Small People
(under 130 lbs)
The Essential with its relative softness may be best for small side sleepers. For the Casper and Wave models, at least 15% of side sleeping owners under 130 pounds report excessive firmness. This is likely due to not weighing enough to exert the pressure needed for the bed to conform to their bodies. Those with a body mass index of 21 or lower appear most likely to report excessive firmness.


The CasperThe EssentialThe Wave*
Average-Sized People
(130-230 lbs)
Most average-sized stomach sleepers find all the model to be at least fair.
Large People
(230+ lbs)
Most large stomach sleepers find the Casper and the Wave to be at least fair.
Small People
(under 130 lbs)
The Casper and the Wave tend to be well suited for small-sized stomach sleepers.

* Partial estimate due to model newness or recent design changes.

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12 Mattress Brands That Are Made in America

In our attempt to furnish the house with only secondhand or American made products, I found myself researching mattresses that are manufactured in the United States. As it turns out, there are quite a few mattresses companies with manufacturing facilities in the US. From traditional inner spring to the newer latex and memory foam mattresses, from budget to luxury brands, check out this list of American made beds.

  • Casper is the new kid on the mattress block. Covers and panels are sewn in Illinois and South Carolina and the foam for the mattresses is poured in Pennsylvania and Georgia.
  • Tuft and Needle mattresses are designed, sourced and manufactured in the States. The foam is poured and cut in the states, the fabric is sourced from a mill in the Carolinas and the mattresses are finished at a factory in California.
  • Kingsdown mattresses has been based in North Carolina for more than 100 years. They still produce some mattresses there, but they also have factories in California, Oklahoma, Virginia, as well as global manufacturing facilities.
  • The Original Mattress Factory has factory store locations in nine states, as well as available nationwide online. They offer both foam and pillow top mattresses.
  • Sealy mattresses are manufactured in three factories in the United States. The brand makes traditional innerspring mattresses, as well as hybrid, gel memory foam and latex foam mattresses.
  • Saatva Mattresses are produced in factories in twelve US states and are distributed through 35 fulfillment centers. The inner spring mattresses feature organic cotton covers and bio-based foam.
  • Englander has seven factories throughout the United States. They do not sell direct to the public so check mattress stores for the label.
  • Cozy Pure’s organic latex mattresses are manufactured in Norfolk, Virginia. The company also produces bedding and mattress pads.
  • Stearns and Foster mattresses are made in the USA, although I couldn’t find out exactly where.
  • Sealy operates 25 bedding plants in the U.S., producing both innerspring and foam mattresses.
  • EasyRest adjustable beds and mattresses are made in factories in Louisville and Georgetown, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Thomasville Bedding Company has been manufacturing their mattress in Thomasville, Georgia since 1969. They make both innerspring and latex mattresses, as well as custom mattress and box springs.
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    I love that everything you’re adding to your house is secondhand or American made! A themed home is a seriously unique concept. Acme Bedding. Located in Muskegon, MI. Can customize to exactly what you want!

    A few other American made mattresses: Dutch Craft mattresses made in Celina, Tennessee. Jamison Bedding, made in Tennessee and a few locations in the western US. Verlo mattress company has several locations around the US.

    Oh and Corsicana Bedding from Corsicana, Texas. They also make these in Shelbyville, Tennessee.

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    Our furniture store sells American-made furniture – as well as Justice Mattresses made in Lebanon, Missouri.

    Have you seen or ? They’re both American made luxury mattresses, one is memory foam and the other one is Latex.

    Have you seen Dromma is a 100% Made in America mattress with triple layer, cooling gel memory foam. I sleep on one and love it. We have had their Nature’s Spa for almost 10 years! Still wonderful.

    Englander been into making Mattresses for over 125 yrs. Made in the USA!
    Many Englander manufactures are across the United States. Tualatin Sleep Products in the Northwest is in Tualatin Oregon and produces for 7 states OR,WA,CA,ID,NV,UT,AK
    Tualatin Sleep Products also manufactures other brands Eclipse,Eastman House.
    Family Owned & Operated-Better Sleep by Design

    My wife and I really enjoy the Eco Terra – It’s similar to the Zenhaven, but has actual third party certifications. It’s also a step above Casper.

    Casper memory foam mattresses are not made in the US but in China and shipped to warehouses through out the US.

    Amore’ mattress is made in Chicago, They also make a 12″ hybrid

    Such useful information! All these brands are quite famous and liked by the people of America.

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    Casper Mattress Review

    The Bottom Line.

    • The Casper mixed-foam mattress conforms closely to the body for exceptional pressure relief.
    • The mattress sleeps cooler than many competing all-foam models.
    • Thanks to excellent motion isolation and no noise when bearing weight, the Casper minimizes sleep disruptions for couples.

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    Casper Mattress Overview

    Casper is a well-known U.S.-based mattress and bedding accessory company in business since 2014. At this time, Casper offers five different mattress models. This review will focus on the Casper Mattress, also known as the Casper or the Casper Original, which is the brand’s flagship model.

    The Casper is a mixed-foam mattress made with comfort layers of polyfoam and memory foam. Other features include a polyfoam transitional layer for added cushioning, a 7.5-inch support core of high-density polyfoam, and a removable and washable polyester cover. Altogether, the bed measures 12 inches thick. The Casper is considered a 5 on the 1-10 firmness scale, indicating a medium feel that balances gentle body conforming and even support.

    This review will take an in-depth look at the Casper in terms of construction, cost, and performance. We’ll also compare the mattress to other leading models and provide an overview of the company’s shipping, return, and warranty policies.

    Please note:Casper recently introduced the Casper Hybrid, a version of the Casper Original that replaces the high-density foam with pocketed coils. These two models share a product page on Casper’s website, but this review will focus solely on the all-foam Casper Original. For more information about the hybrid model, please check out our Casper Hybrid Mattress Review.

    Table of Contents

    Meet Our Testing Team




    Recommended for.

    • Sleepers who prefer a balance of contouring and support.The Casper provides close body-conforming to alleviate pressure in sensitive areas, but the mattress has a more supportive feel than other all-foam beds.
    • People who weigh 230 pounds or less.Due to its moderate firmness and close conforming, we recommend the mattress to lightweight and average weight individuals.
    • Couples.The mattress isolates motion transfer very well and is virtually silent when bearing weight, making it optimal for people who awaken easily due to nighttime noises or their sleep partner’s movements.
    • Those who normally sleep hot in foam beds.The Casper’s comfort foams absorb some body heat, but overall the mattress sleeps cooler than many competing all-foam models.

    Not Recommended for.

    • Sleepers who prefer very responsive mattresses.The Casper has slightly more responsiveness than most competing all-foam models, but it lacks the distinct bounce of innerspring and hybrid mattresses.
    • People who weigh more than 230 pounds.Heavier individuals may find the Casper too soft and prone to sinking, which can lead to added pressure throughout the body.

    Tuck’s Video Review

    Our testing team evaluated the Casper for motion isolation, pressure relief, and other performance factors. To see their findings, check out the video below.

    Ratings Summary

    Tuck’s testing team conducted an extensive evaluation of the Casper. Our review and rating process consists of three parts: in-house evaluation, external sleep testing, and data collection of verified owner experiences. To learn more about our review process, read our methodology here.

    Our performance criteria and ratings for the bed are listed in the table below.

    Mattress Performance Ratings


    Specifies how long the product maintains structure, providing comfort and support before it begins to deteriorate. For reference, the average mattress lifespan is 6-8 years.

    The Casper is built with a strong support system that gives it a longer-than-average expected lifespan of about seven years, though some body impressions may form over time.


    Specifies how long the product maintains structure, providing comfort and support before it begins to deteriorate. For reference, the average mattress lifespan is 6-8 years.

    The Casper is built with a strong support system that gives it a longer-than-average expected lifespan of about seven years, though some body impressions may form over time.

    Motion Isolation

    A measure of how effectively a mattress absorbs motion across its surface, preventing partner disturbance.

    The Casper mattress absorbs and minimizes motion to a significant extent.

    Motion Isolation

    A measure of how effectively a mattress absorbs motion across its surface, preventing partner disturbance.

    The Casper mattress absorbs and minimizes motion to a significant extent.


    Most new products emit chemical smells after being removed from packaging. Off-gassing odors are considered non-toxic, but can be quite unpleasant nonetheless.

    The Casper may emit moderate off-gassing when new, but persistent odors should not be a major issue.


    Most new products emit chemical smells after being removed from packaging. Off-gassing odors are considered non-toxic, but can be quite unpleasant nonetheless.

    The Casper may emit moderate off-gassing when new, but persistent odors should not be a major issue.

    Pressure Relief

    This refers to the degree to which a mattress molds to or cradles the contours of the body. This helps alleviate pressure point pain, especially on the hips and shoulders.

    The Casper offers comfortable conforming and targeted pressure relief for most sleepers, particularly lighter side and back sleepers.

    Pressure Relief

    This refers to the degree to which a mattress molds to or cradles the contours of the body. This helps alleviate pressure point pain, especially on the hips and shoulders.

    The Casper offers comfortable conforming and targeted pressure relief for most sleepers, particularly lighter side and back sleepers.

    Temperature Neutrality

    The temperature of a mattress throughout the night is affected by how much body heat is retained. Several factors affect temperature neutrality, including material composition, layer thickness, and dissipation of heat through airflow.

    Casper mattresses absorb minimal body heat and sleep fairly cool compared to other memory foam mattresses.

    Temperature Neutrality

    The temperature of a mattress throughout the night is affected by how much body heat is retained. Several factors affect temperature neutrality, including material composition, layer thickness, and dissipation of heat through airflow.

    Casper mattresses absorb minimal body heat and sleep fairly cool compared to other memory foam mattresses.

    Edge Support

    The degree to which the perimeter of the mattress supports body weight. In some cases, mattresses may sink when weight is applied. This sinkage, often called “roll-off”, affects how closely you might sleep to the edge of the bed.

    The Casper offers good edge support due to its thicker support core, but some sinkage around the perimeter is likely over time.

    Edge Support

    The degree to which the perimeter of the mattress supports body weight. In some cases, mattresses may sink when weight is applied. This sinkage, often called “roll-off”, affects how closely you might sleep to the edge of the bed.

    The Casper offers good edge support due to its thicker support core, but some sinkage around the perimeter is likely over time.


    Certain mattresses – particularly those with coils – can be quite noisy when bearing weight. Others are nearly silent. Material composition is often the limiting factor for noise potential.

    Casper mattresses are virtually silent when bearing weight.


    Certain mattresses – particularly those with coils – can be quite noisy when bearing weight. Others are nearly silent. Material composition is often the limiting factor for noise potential.

    Casper mattresses are virtually silent when bearing weight.

    Mattresses that are bouncier and more responsive tend to be better for sex, as they’re easier to change positions on. In contrast, unresponsive mattresses can cause couples to have trouble switching positions.

    Our testing indicates that The Casper isn’t particularly responsive or bouncy, given it’s construction. This may make is insufficiently bouncy for some couples, but this is on par with other mixed-foam beds.

    Mattresses that are bouncier and more responsive tend to be better for sex, as they’re easier to change positions on. In contrast, unresponsive mattresses can cause couples to have trouble switching positions.

    Our testing indicates that The Casper isn’t particularly responsive or bouncy, given it’s construction. This may make is insufficiently bouncy for some couples, but this is on par with other mixed-foam beds.

    As you can see, the Casper performed very well in certain categories, such as motion isolation, temperature neutrality, and pressure relief. For more details about these ratings, check out our ratings breakdown below.

    Sleep Position Ratings

    As part of our ratings process, we evaluated the Casper across different body types and preferred sleep positions. In addition to physical testing, we surveyed our sleep expert team and analyzed reviews from verified mattress owners and customers. Our findings are listed in the table below.

    For more information on sleeping positions please see our guides for side, back, stomach and combination sleepers.

    Sleep PositionLess than 130 LBS130 LBS – 230 LBSGreater than 230 LBS

    Casper Mattress Awards

    Based on positive ratings from our testing teams and verified owners, the Casper has earned the following awards in Tuck Mattress Guides.

    Best Memory Foam Mattresses

    Best for Lightweight Sleepers for Best Memory Foam Mattresses.

    Best Mattresses for Side Sleepers

    Best for Lightweight Sleepers for Best Mattresses for Side Sleepers.

    Best Soft Mattresses

    Best Mattresses for Combination Sleepers

    Best U.S. Mattresses Sold in Canada

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    How Is the Casper Mattress Constructed?


    The top panel of the Casper’s cover is made of 100-percent polyester. The bottom and side panels are a polyester-spandex blend, giving the cover a very stretchy feel.

    The cover can be unzipped and removed for cleaning. Casper recommends spot-cleaning with mild detergent, then air-drying. Mattress owners can contact Casper if a replacement cover is needed.

    Comfort Layers

    The Casper is constructed with two comfort layers. The top 1.5-inch layer is standard polyfoam, which is more responsive than memory foam. This gives the Casper a light bounce.

    The second 1.5-inch comfort layer is made of 4 PCF memory foam, which is considered low- to medium-density. This material is fairly soft. Combined with the more top polyfoam layer, the bed’s comfort system provides an even balance of body-contouring, pressure relief, and support.

    Transitional Layer

    A 1.5-inch layer of 2.5 PCF polyfoam is located between the comfort materials and the support core. This transitional layer serves as a buffer for sleepers that prevents them from sinking through to the denser base layer.

    The transitional material is zoned, meaning it feels firmer beneath the shoulders and hips while cradling the back, legs, and other lighter areas of the body. This helps maintain even support for sleepers and prevents pressure from building up.

    Support Layers

    The Casper’s support core contains 7.5 inches of 1.8 PCF high-density polyfoam. This dense material stabilizes the bed and prevents the softer comfort and transitional layers from sagging too much. The support core also reinforces the perimeter, which protects the edges from sinkage in places where owners sit when getting in and out of bed.

    Mattress Height

    The Casper measures 12 inches thick, making the mattress fairly thick compared to other mixed-foam and memory foam beds. Its base polyfoam layer is also thicker-than-average, resulting in strong overall support for sleepers, while the deep comfort layers offer ample cushioning and body-conforming.

    Product NameFirmness OptionsThicknessSupport Core ComponentsComfort Layer ComponentsCover Components
    Casper Mattress (Original)Medium (5)12″7.5″ 1.8 PCF HD Polyfoam1.5″ Polyfoam
    1.5″ 4 PCF Memory Foam
    1.5″ 3.5 PCF Polyfoam
    100% Polyester (Top)
    Stretch-polyester (Bottom/Side Panels)

    What Are the Firmness and Feel Like?

    The Casper has a medium (5) feel. Memory foam beds with the same firmness level often conform to the body very closely and provide less-than-ideal support. Since the Casper places a layer of polyfoam over its memory foam layer, the mattress feels more supportive as it cushions the body.

    That said, the Casper’s medium feel is best suited to sleepers in the lightweight and average weight groups. Heavier individuals may experience excessive sagging, particularly around the shoulders and hips. This can lead to added pressure, and also interfere with spinal alignment.

    For a more detailed breakdown, check out our sleeper ratings below.

    Ratings Breakdown

    Performance Ratings

    Now, let’s look at our performance ratings for the Casper. These ratings are based on findings from our in-house testing crew, feedback from external sleep testers, and verified owner experiences.


    The Casper has been available for purchase since 2014, giving us some time to test the mattress for durability. However, we have not yet been able to evaluate how the bed performs across the average mattress lifespan of six to eight years. Our durability rating for the Casper is based on its materials and quality of construction, owner experiences, and Casper’s reputation.

    The Casper has an expected lifespan of about seven years, which is above-average for an all-foam bed. Most all-foam beds develop body impressions from sleepers over time, and these can affect how comfortable and supportive the mattress feels. The Casper’s more supportive structure makes it less susceptible to impressions, though they will likely begin to appear as the mattress nears the end of its lifespan.

    The support core also plays a role in longevity. The bed’s high-density base foam measures 7.5 inches, which is fairly thick for the support layer of an all-foam bed. Generally, thicker support cores provide better stability than thinner base layers.

    Owners can further protect their Casper from developing body impressions by rotating the mattress head-to-foot every three to six months.

    Motion Isolation

    To test motion isolation, we asked two testers to lie down on the Casper at the same time and feel for movement across the surface. Even when one of the testers got into and out of bed, neither person noticed any transfer whatsoever. These findings are consistent with feedback from our external sleep testers, including those who evaluated the mattress with sleep partners.

    Most all-foam mattresses provide superior motion isolation compared to other bed types. The foam absorbs and minimizes transfer much better than latex, and the mattresses don’t have the coil support cores that give innerspring and hybrid models their signature bounce. Even compared to other all-foam mattresses, the Casper offers excellent motion isolation. This is definitely a key strength of the bed.


    When unpacking the Casper, our testers noticed moderate off-gassing smells. They tested the mattress a few days later and could still detect some odor. We don’t believe excessive long-term off-gassing will be a major issue for most owners, but those who are sensitive to smell may notice odor for some time after the mattress is unboxed.

    Off-gassing commonly occurs with new mattresses, particularly those with polyfoam and/or memory foam layers. Unpacking these beds releases volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are generally harmless but carry a noticeable odor many people liken to rubber or plastic. Smells typically dissipate in a matter of days, if not sooner, but some beds carry more persistent odors.

    Pressure Relief

    Testers in different weight groups evaluated the Casper for pressure relief by lying on a sensory pad on top of the mattress, which measures pressure build-up in different areas of the body. They also checked to see if pressure increased or decreased after changing sleep positions.

    Overall, our testing shows the Casper provides good pressure relief for lightweight and average weight sleepers. Our heavyweight testers found that the mattress sagged a bit, especially around the shoulders and hips, which led to added pressure. This is primarily due to the Casper’s medium feel, as heavier individuals tend to find firmer beds more supportive.

    Temperature Neutrality

    All of our sleep testers found that the Casper offers good temperature neutrality. The comfort layers absorb some body heat, but overall the mattress sleeps noticeably cooler than competing foam models. This can be attributed to above-average breathability in the top comfort layer.

    All-foam mattresses tend to sleep hotter than innerspring or hybrid models because of differences in support core construction. Coil layers allow air to circulate, which helps cool off the interior of the bed and maintain a comfortable sleep temperature. Solid-foam base layers do not promote nearly as much airflow and tend to trap heat as a result, but all-foam beds can offset this issue by using more breathable foams and cover materials.

    Edge Support

    To test edge support, we asked people in different weight groups to sit along the perimeter of the Casper and feel for sinkage beneath their bodies. Like most all-foam beds, the Casper does sink a bit. However, its thicker-than-average support core reinforces the edges fairly well compared to its competitors.

    We also asked our testers to lie down next to the edge of the Casper to see if they experienced feelings of “roll-off.” They found the perimeter fairly stable, although lightweight and average weight testers felt more comfortable about roll-off than heavier testers.


    During our assessment, the testers noted that the Casper does not produce any noise when bearing weight. This characteristic, coupled with the bed’s excellent motion isolation, makes the Casper a great choice for people who are easily disrupted by their sleep partner’s movements during the night.

    Casper’s lack of noise is to be expected. Most all-foam and all-latex beds are virtually silent. They lack the internal components normally associated with disruptive noises, such as squeaky coils found in innersprings and hybrids, or motorized chambers in airbeds.

    Like many all-foam and memory foam beds, the Casper conforms closely to sleepers. This causes couples to sink too deeply into the surface, which inhibits movements and makes changing positions more difficult. On the other hand, deep sinking does provide better traction.

    Many all-foam beds respond slowly as they conform to sleepers, which makes the surface less springy and not as conducive for sex. Bouncier beds, such as hybrids and innersprings, tend to be better for couples. The Casper has a slight edge in this category due to its moderate bounce, but some couples find it lacks the right level of responsiveness.

    Sleeper Ratings

    The ideal firmness and thickness settings for a mattress largely depend on a sleeper’s body weight, shape, and preferred sleep position. In order to better inform our readers and avoid subjectivity in our review, the Tuck team evaluated the bed with sleep testers of varying body types and position preferences.

    Lightweight Sleepers – Less than 130 lbs.

    Our lightweight testers found the Casper very comfortable and supportive. Side sleepers experienced full spinal alignment thanks to sufficient cushioning beneath their shoulders and hips, resulting in consistent pressure relief. Back- and stomach-sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds also enjoyed the mattress because of its above-average support.

    Generally, lightweight sleepers prefer soft to medium surfaces because they contour to the body, alleviate pressure, and help align the spine. These sleepers do not sink as deeply into firmer beds and often experience added pressure.

    Average Weight Sleepers – 130 to 230 lbs.

    Like our lightweight testers, average weight sleepers also found the Casper comfortable. This was particularly true for our average weight side sleepers, who experienced a comfortable balance of contouring pressure relief and even support. The back- and stomach-sleepers weighing 130 to 230 pounds also enjoyed the mattress, but did feel some added pressure in the shoulders and hips.

    Mid-level firmness is often ideal for average weight sleepers. The bed doesn’t sink too deeply beneath their bodies, but the comfort layers conform and align the spine to a pressure-relieving extent.

    Heavyweight Sleepers – More than 230 lbs.

    According to our heavyweight testers, the Casper was too soft and did not provide enough support for their bodies. The back- and stomach-sleepers experienced the most added pressure. Side-sleepers weighing more than 230 pounds found the Casper a bit more comfortable, but they also felt some pressure in the hips and shoulders.

    Heavier individuals tend to prefer medium-firm to firm mattresses because they offer an even plane for sleeping. Softer mattresses often sink too much, which compromises support and may lead to discomfort.

    Pricing and Discounts

    • Twin$595
    • Twin XL$645
    • Full$895
    • Queen$1,095
    • King$1,195
    • Cal King$1,195

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    How Does the Casper Mattress Compare to Other Beds?

    We urge all mattress shoppers to compare multiple brands and models before deciding which bed is best for them. Next, we’ll see how the Casper Mattress stacks up against other Casper models and some similar mattresses from competing brands.

    Casper vs. Casper Hybrid

    In 2019, Casper introduced the Casper Hybrid, a new design based on the original Casper model. Both the Casper and the Casper Hybrid share the same materials in the comfort and transitional layers. Additionally, each bed has a 12-inch profile and a medium feel, though the Casper Hybrid is slightly firmer.

    Support core construction is the key difference between these two beds. The Casper Hybrid – like other hybrid models – has a support layer composed of pocketed coils. A high-density polyfoam encasement around the coils adds extra reinforcement to the perimeter. The coils circulate more air than the Casper’s polyfoam support core, giving the hybrid better temperature neutrality, while the encasement offers improved edge support over the original. At the same time, the Casper provides better motion isolation and alleviates more pressure for sleepers under 230 pounds.

    The Casper Hybrid is more expensive than the Casper, but still costs much less than the average model. Before choosing one model over the other, sleepers should determine which they prefer: the pressure-relieving cradle of an all-foam bed, or the responsive surface and cooler temperature of a hybrid.

    Casper vs. Casper Wave

    The Casper Wave is constructed with three comfort materials – polyfoam, latex, and memory foam – along with denser polyfoam in the transitional and support layers. The result is a medium-soft feel that creates a deeper pressure-relieving cradle compared to the Casper.

    The Casper’s polyfoam support core reinforces the mattress much better than the Wave’s, which measures 5.5 inches thick. As a result, the Casper offers a more comfortable feel for back- and stomach-sleepers. The Wave also absorbs a bit more body heat, causing it to sleep warmer than the Casper. However, both mattresses offer excellent motion isolation.

    The Wave is considerably more expensive than the Casper. This will likely be a deciding factor for some shoppers, and both beds perform comparably in many areas. Those who are willing to spend extra for a more body-cradling feel should consider the Wave, but the Casper offers better overall value between the two models.

    Casper vs. Casper Wave Hybrid

    Like the Casper Hybrid, the Casper Wave Hybrid is a newer hybrid version of the preexisting Wave model. The Wave Hybrid shares its predecessor’s comfort layers, but adds a transitional layer of gel-infused polyfoam and swaps the old support core with foam-encased pocketed coils.

    The Wave Hybrid has a medium-soft feel, but its pocketed coils also make the surface fairly responsive. The result is a good balance of conforming and support, similar to the Casper’s – though the Wave Hybrid has more bounce. The coils also promote steady airflow to give the hybrid very good temperature neutrality, while the high-density perimeter foam prevents the edges from sinking too much. The Casper performs better in other areas, including motion isolation, pressure relief, and noise potential.

    Ultimately, most buyers will choose the Casper or the Wave Hybrid based on price-point. The Wave Hybrid is Casper’s most expensive mattress and costs more than twice as much as the Casper. The hybrid’s luxurious feel may entice some shoppers with bigger budget, but the Casper offers more value for sleepers.

    Casper vs. Casper Essential

    The Casper Essential is constructed with a polyfoam comfort layer, memory foam transitional layer, and high-density polyfoam support core. Similar to the Casper, the Essential measures 11 inches thick and has a medium-firm (6) feel. The Casper and the Essential share other key qualities, as well. Both beds isolate motion transfer very well and produce virtually no noise, making either a good choice for couples.

    However, they are very different in several ways. Although the Essential is firmer, the Casper’s much thicker support core ensures better overall support for sleepers across all weight groups. The Casper’s softer comfort materials also provide a more comfortable surface for lighter individuals, side-sleepers, and people with pressure-point issues.

    The Essential has a much lower price-point than the Casper, and this may be a deciding factor for some. However, the Casper outperforms the Essential in most key areas.

    Casper vs. Purple

    Like the Casper, the Purple was one of the pioneering bed-in-a-box mattress models. Both models isolate motion transfer very well, and their price-points are comparable, but apart from these similarities the mattresses are very different.

    The Purple features the Smart Grid comfort layer, which is composed of a signature elastic polymer material. The Smart Grid contours to the body like memory foam, but is also more responsive and sleeps exceptionally cool. The Casper has a softer feel thanks to its polyfoam and memory foam layers. The Purple’s support core is also 3.5 inches shorter than the Casper’s, giving the latter much better overall support.

    The Casper and Purple have comparable price-points. Hot sleepers may want to consider the Purple, while those seeking a more supportive mattress should opt for the Casper. To learn more, check out our Casper vs. Purple Mattress Comparison.

    Casper vs Tuft & Needle

    The T&N Mattress from Tuft & Needle is an all-polyfoam mattress built with a graphite-infused comfort layer and a 7-inch, high-density support core. Like the Casper, the T&N Mattress offers better support than most all-foam models due to its thick base layer. Both beds also offer a good balance of cushioning and support thanks to their polyfoam top layers.

    The T&N Mattress is slightly firmer, and considered a medium-firm (6.5). This makes it more suitable for average weight and heavyweight sleepers, while it may be a bit too firm for those who weigh less than 130 pounds. The Casper provides a more mid-level feel, though it feels less supportive for heavier ones.

    The T&N Mattress has a lower price-point than the Casper, but neither is considered overly expensive. Shoppers should base their decision between these two beds on firmness preference, as well as their own body type. To learn more about these beds, visit our Casper vs. Tuft & Needle Mattress Comparison.


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    Sleep Trial 100 nights

    Shipping Free to contiguous U.S. and Canada

    Warranty 10 years, non-prorated

    Made In USA

    Where Can I Buy the Casper Mattress?

    The Casper Mattress is available for purchase on the Casper Sleep website. It is also sold through select retailers, including and Target. Casper also operates a total of 14 brick-and-mortar stores in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. A full store directory is found online.

    Where Do They Ship?

    Casper ships free to anywhere in the contiguous U.S. Charges apply to Hawaii, Alaska and parts of Canada.

    White Glove Delivery?

    White Glove Delivery is available at an additional charge for the Casper, as well as the Casper Hybrid and Casper Essential. This service is free for Casper Wave and Casper Wave Hybrid orders.

    Old Mattress Removal?

    Old mattress removal is offered with White Glove delivery. The Wave and Wave Hybrid qualify for free White Glove delivery, while orders for the Casper, Casper Hybrid, and the Essential will incur additional White Glove charges.

    Full Delivery Policy

    The delivery policy for Casper mattresses is as follows:

    1. UPS Groundis used for Casper deliveries. Most customers will receive their Casper mattress withintwo to five business daysof the original purchase, depending on their location.
    2. Free standard shippingis offered to all customers in thecontiguous U.S. and parts of Canada.Additional feesmay apply forHawaii and Alaska. For Canadian customers,additional feesmay apply forNorthwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut. Customers inNew York City, Los Angeles, and San Franciscoare eligible forsame-day courier deliveries.
    3. White Glove deliveryis offerednationwide; previously, this service was only available in select U.S. cities. White Glove Delivery entails mattress setup and packaging removal, as well as old mattress removal upon request. White Glove delivery is availablefree-of-charge for The Wave and Wave Hybrid; theother three Casper mattresseswill incuradditional chargesfor White Glove services.

    Trial Period and Warranty Details

    Trial Period and Guarantee

    Casper offers a100-night sleep trialfor all five Casper mattress models.

    1. This trialdoes not require a break-in periodof any kind. Owners may elect to return the mattress and receive a full refund, including shipping fees,at any pointduring the sleep trial.
    2. Casper will arrange forcouriers to comepick up the mattressfrom the owner’s home, at which time it will either berecycled or donated to charity.
    3. Customers who purchase their Casper mattress fromAmazon.comwill also beeligible for the 100-night trial.


    Casper offers a10-year non-prorated warranty:

    1. Warranty coverage kicks in on theoriginal mattress purchase date.
    2. During the warranty coverage period, Casper willreplace or repaira defective mattress. Casper willcover fees for returning a defective mattressto the company, but the owner will be required topay fees for having a replaced or repaired mattress shipped back to them.
    3. Mattress owners mustpay the differenceif their defective mattress is replaced with an upgrade model.
    4. In the event that a defective mattress is repaired or replaced with thesame mattress model, theoriginal warranty coverage will continue. If the mattress is replaced with anupgrade, then anew warrantywill be issuedbeginning on the date that the upgrade is purchased.
    5. The warranty will bevoidedif the owner does not provide a proper foundation to support the mattress. According to Casper,proper foundation optionsinclude the following: a foundation and modern box spring with wooden slats that are no more than4 inchesapart; a flat platform bed; or a slatted base made of wood with slats that are no more than4 inchesapart.
    6. The warrantywill coverbody impressions in the sleep surface measuring1 inch or deeperdespite proper use and handling. The warranty also coversphysical flawsthat cause mattress materials to split or crack, andmanufacturing defectsassociated with the mattress cover.
    7. The warrantydoes not coverimpressions measuringless than 1 inch deep. Additional defects not covered under warranty includephysical damagesuch as burns and stains, andcomfort issuesthat arise due tonormal wear and tearorchanges in the owner’s mattress preferences.
    8. The warranty isexclusively available to the original purchaserof the mattress. Anyone who purchases or acquires this mattress second-hand does so ‘as is’, andwill notbe eligible for warranty coverage.

    Company Information

    Customer Service

    8 out of 10 owner experiences show customers have had a positive experience with Casper, irrespective of whether or not they liked their mattress.

    Casper Mattress Review: Pricing, Longevity & More

    Updated: March 26, 2020 by Stacey Morgan

    Disclosure: Casper provides compensation for purchases originating from this review. However, all opinions stated here are entirely our own.

    One of the first mattress-in-a-box companies,Caspercombines a comfort layer of premium latex foam with a support layer of memory foam, to create a mattress that lovingly contours whilst retaining a cool temperature and a healthy bounce.

    Even though Casper is a new and growing company, the mattress does not fail to impress and can give the traditional competition a run for their money, especially due to its lower price.

    However, with so many other modern mattresses available in the market,is purchasing this mattress worth it? In order to find out, go through our detailed review, as we will discuss different aspects and features of the Casper mattress.

    Mattress Type

    Casper is a hybrid mattress made fromthree different layers of foam, namely premium latex foam, high-density memory foam and regular foam. We will be diving into the details of the layers structure later on in this review.

    How Firm Is A Casper Mattress?

    When it comes to firmness, Casper is close to a neutral scale. It has medium firmness, with firm support and a soft comfort layer, making it ideal for an individual’s stomach and back. However, it may not be suitable for people who tend to sleep on their sides, as they could find it to be a bit too firm.

    Additionally, considering that Casper only has one model available, the firmness options are limited.

    This means that if you are looking for highly soft or highly firm mattresses, you will most likely have to look at other available options.

    Layers Structure

    The ‘Comfort Layer’ at thetop consists of 1.5 inches of latex, while the ‘Support Layer’ in themiddle is made of 1.8 inches of memory foam. On the other hand, 7 inches ofsupport foam is used in the ‘Base Layer’.

    The latex provides great comfort and cooling, while the memory foam maintains the great support by contouring the curves of your body, therefore, giving you a comfortable and cool sleep all night long.

    As far as the cover is concerned, it is simple and well made. A single piece ofhigh quality white fabricdominates the top and runs from edge to edge of the mattress.

    It is thick, stretchy and has a nice texture. The sides, unlike most other mattresses, have a black cover, giving offa nice 2-tone designand a much-needed change from the typical all-white rectangles!

    How to Care for a Casper Mattress?

    Be reminded that mattresses will be subject to wear over time, therefore affecting its lifespan.

    Although not strictly necessary, you can give your Casper mattress a longer lifespan byrotating it after every six months, especially if there is a substantial weight difference between partners of you sleep alone mostly on one side of the bed.

    There isno need to flipthe mattress as it works on only one side.

    As you probably may know,latex is a delicate material.

    Therefore, it is recommended that you protect your mattress from the beginning using a waterproof protector. However, go for something thin, as you would not want to block the amazing benefits of latex.

    Other than that, this mattress is easy to maintain and any spot can be cleaned with adamp cloth and some mild soap.

    Just leave the mattress uncovered to dry naturally.

    Although the cover is removable, it isNOT machine washable, so be careful as it will void the warranty.

    100-Nights Comfort Guarantee

    Since the Casper has a unique feel, give your bodya few weeks to adjustwith the new mattress.

    However, if you are having any doubts for any reason, they off a100-day trial, and get a full refund if you feel the mattress does not suit your needs.

    This means there areno restocking fees or any other hidden expensesfor you. They simply send somebody to pick it up and you are done.

    By the way, the rejected mattress will be either donated to a local charity or recycled according to local regulations.


    Casper offers a10-year limited warrantycovering the following:

    • Deterioration of the mattress made visible byindentation of more than 1 inch, not caused by an improper bed base (as written above, the mattress should rest on a flat surface or a good, even foundation);
    • Any defects that result in thefoam cracking or splitting, under normal circumstances proper handling;
    • Any defects in the mattress cover’szipper system

    What is not covered is the usual mishandling and treating the mattress badly in general.

    Motion Isolation

    This is one of the most important features, especially for couples.

    That is because if the mattress is unable to keep your movement isolated, it is highly likely that you will end up disturbing your partner whenever you need to get out of your bed.

    However, you will be happy to know that a majority of customers found Casper toperform particularly wellin this regard.

    The sinkage in lying position is between 1 and 1.5 inches, and it measures 2 inches while sitting, which is great.

    Also, the weight is distributed evenly, allowing you to keep movement isolated for as long as you want.

    Overall, it can be safely said that, with Casper, you can rest assuredyour partner sleeps undisturbed.

    Do Casper Beds Sleep Hot?

    As mentioned earlier, the Casper mattress is constructed using memory foam at its core, and latex foam on top.

    While the combination of these two technologies will generate bounce, addingspice to bed sport activities, it also allows you tosleep a lot coolerthan other mattress types.

    You definitely might be wondering:how is that possible?

    Well, yes, memory foam has the reputation of being a ‘heat trapper’.

    We also know it is usually poor at heat dissipation, especially during the night.

    However, that is exactly why these types of mattresses usually come with latex foam.

    The thelatex has cooling effects, which prevents the mattress from heating up, and therefore makes sleep a lot bearable even during the warmest of days.

    Casper’s Return Policy, Warranty And Longevity

    Since Casper is relatively new to the highly competitive mattress industry, there islack of owner experience data availableto determine the lifespan/durability of the mattress.

    However, just for the sake of information, the average lifespan of similar mattresses is 6 years.

    Considering the fact that the recommend lifespan is between 5 and 10 years, Casper would probably score average points in this area although their10-year warranty(see below) should give some confidence to reach at least that goal.

    That being said, we will be providing you an accurate estimate as soon as it is available.

    Casper Sizing

    Casper mattresses are available in six different sizes. They have been listed below, with their dimensions:

    Twin: 38” x 75”

    Twin XL: 38” x 80”

    Full: 53” x 75”

    Queen: 60” x 80”

    King: 76” x 80”

    California King: 72” x 84”

    Moreover, each Casper mattress is12” thick, therefore making it suitable forall standard sized and fitted bed sheets.

    Now, moving to the more important question, will the mattress fit in your home?

    Well, you must keep in mind that the mattress will have to go through all doors and stairs before it reaches the room.

    To give an idea of the weight, the Queen size is about85 poundswhen unpacked and 94 pounds in the box.

    Off-Gassing: Will Your Casper Smell?

    Many mattresses, specifically ones with memory foam, leave off a chemical-like odor during the first few days of use.

    This happens mainly because of the manufacturing and packaging process the mattress has to endure.

    However, when it comes to Casper mattress,incidences of unpleasant initial odor have been very few, around 4%.

    If you do experience an unpleasant odor, the best solution is to let your mattress air out completely for about2 to 3 days. This will cause the odor to dissipate quite effectively!

    Do Casper Mattresses Contain Latex?

    According to Casper’s website (emphasis ours):

    We use asynthetic latexmade in Pennsylvania to help mitigate any risks (no proteins that make you react) associated for folks with latex allergies.

    That said, our plant does make some non-synthetic or blended latexes and so if you have a severe reaction, there is aminor risk of cross contamination.

    Latex allergies are generally touch-allergies as opposed to inhalation-allergies, and the foam components are surrounded by both a fire-retardant sock as well as the cover, thuskeeping you from being exposed directly to the latex.

    Casper Mattress Pricing Information

    Well, this is the real surprise as a mattress of this quality and a 3-month no questions asked full guarantee should be priced above $2,000 or at least in the old times…

    Casper has made it a point to cut the unnecessary costs and transfer that benefit to its clients, so they offer the following prices when you use ourcoupon code TEDwhich gives you a nice reduction of$100on any size:

    SizeRegular PriceDiscounted Price
    Twin XL:$695$595
    Cal King:$1,395$1,295

    We deem it a really good offer.

    Casper Mattress Review: Final Verdict


    • Overallpositive reviews
    • The100-nights trialoffer is more than ample for you to assess whether the mattress suits your needs or not.
    • Versatile and innovativedesign


    • Edge support could be better

    USA Made Movement Calls Casper’s “Made In USA” Claims Into Question

    The Made in America Movement has one asked Casper one very simple question with potentially loaded consequences (based on the answer).

    Casper is the direct to consumer market leader with a brand name that’s becoming synonymous with mattresses conveniently delivered to your home compressed in a box.

    Casper calls New York City home but is available to all 50 US States. Started by five co-founder with a simple vision to make one perfect mattress. Since then, they have grown their mattress company into a bedding empire. You can find their products online, in their own stores and even on the shelves of Target.

    One core feature that set Casper aside from some traditional retailers was their ability to create a quality mattress, at a fair price, made right here in the United States.

    When MAM called their Country of Origin into question we were prepared to simply take a screenshot of the tech specs and send it over. But, MAM was correct. does not use the messaging, “Made in USA.” Rather, it says “Designed and assembled in the USA.”

    With that, MAM took to Twitter to call the industry leader’s statement into question. Below you will find the active exchange.

    If it’s #MadeinUSA, the label will clearly state this. If the label reads #AssembledinUSA this usually means the parts were shipped in from outside of the USA and Assembled in the USA. Which is it, @Casper? Inquiring customers want to know. 🇺🇸💪🏽
    — USA Made Movement (@USA_Movement) February 23, 2018

    The Made in America Movement (MAM) is the unified voice of American companies. MAM represents 20,000 American sourced companies and has 440,000 active consumer members. They are the leading objective, independent, non-partisan, organization dedicated to promoting American businesses and the families that rely on them.

    They are a non-partisan organization lobbying for and celebrating American manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, small business owners, mom and pop stores, local boutiques, and service providers. Dedicated to encouraging consumers to buy American-made products, they provide our members with resources to expand their use of American-made products and serve as a place to share ideas to increase our members’ bottom lines. Let’s unite American voices and tell Washington to bring American jobs home. They are a conduit for change!

    In a recent post published by MAM, Know The Difference Between Made in USA and Assembled in USA? they explain the difference between “Made in USA”, “Assembled in USA”, and Made in USA of US and Imported parts.”

    Hey #BedInABox companies…I’m overwhelmed. There’s too many of you. Why should I buy one mattress over the other?
    — Van Baird (@vanbaird) February 1, 2018

    the verdict is in. and the winner is obviously casper.

    – outrageously comfortable.
    – super supportive.
    – sleeps the coolest.
    – loved by nearly a million happy sleepers.

    we can go on. just leaving this here. *casper box drop*

    great question. thanks for asking! all of our beds are made in the US.
    — Casper (@Casper) February 21, 2018

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