Casper Mattress

posted 2 years ago in Home
Post # 2
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1842 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

We’ve had a Casper mattress for well over a year now and we love it!  We had no problems purchasing or receiving.  We did a lot of research before deciding on the Casper.

There’s also the Leesa mattress that’s pretty much the same thing and they are sold in certain mattress stores so you should be able to try it out there.   They’re pretty comparable to each other. 

 

 

Post # 3
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31 posts
Newbee

Not Casper, but we got a “mattress in a box” from Amazon when we moved in March (I believe it was only $300 or $400) and we LOVE it. I wish I could provide a link but my Boyfriend or Best Friend did all of the research and ordering so I don’t know the details. I have heard good things about Casper and Tuft & Needle too, they are just a bit more expensive.

Post # 5
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874 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

OMG. I cannot state how much Darling Husband and I love our Casper. We’ve had it for 2 years now and every time we go away, we both comment how much we missed our mattress.

Depending on where you live, you might be able to find a Casper showroom to try in advance.

also, we’re considering getting our new dog a doggy Casper. Yes, they make them. lol.

Post # 6
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292 posts
Helper bee

I’ve tried both the Leesa and Casper. I liked the Casper better than the Leesa- the Leesa was softer. I thought the Casper was firm, but my husband thought it was too soft. Customer service from both companies was great- easy to get a refund. Only problem was that no local charities would accept mattresses, so I think they became trash 🙁 We ended up with a Sleep Number and love it since we can each set it how we like it. 

Post # 7
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285 posts
Helper bee

We don’t have a casper, but we do have a boxed mattress from Amazon. It was only $175 and is seriously the most comfy mattress I’ve ever slept on. Though I will say we have only had it a few months, so I can’t attest to the long-term quality.

Post # 8
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

We have a Helix, which is a similar company to Casper. You can design your mattress so your side and your partner’s side is tailored to your height, weight, and firmness preference. We LOVE it. Darling Husband did a ton of research on mattresses when we were buying and he definitely chose the best one for us. 

We also have a Tuft & Needle in our guest room. It was less expensive than the helix and less customized but it is also very comfy. It gets rave reviews from our guests and we’ve slept on it a few times and it is great for the price point. 

Post # 10
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716 posts
Busy bee

My husband likes a soft mattress, while I’m a fan of firm. The Leesa works great for both of us! So much better than our old, and far more expensive mattress. 

Post # 11
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Bumble Beekeeper

We got the Leesa about a week ago and love it! They sell them at West Elm, so you can try it out there if you live near one – although it was cheaper for us to buy it directly from Leesa. I think it’s pretty much the same concept as the Casper. So afforable! Also, you have 100 days to change your mind about it – if you decide you don’t want it, Leesa will give you a full refund and dispose of the mattress for you – I think they give them to homeless shelters.

I will say that dh was not a fan of it when we tried it in West Elm – he thought it was too soft. I wasn’t totally sold either. But the mattress in a box thing is just so damn convenient and affordable, and with being able to return it for a full refund, we figured what the hell. Now that it’s here we both really like it and are sleeping wonderfully on it! I don’t even feel him when he flops onto the bed beside me at 2am (he’s a night owl and i go to bed early)…total game changer compared to our last mattress!

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