Last Updated On December 27th, 2018

With all the different kinds of mattress on the market right now, it can be hard to decide exactly which one to choose. Not only are there vary existing categories like spring, latex and memory foam, there are now new technologies being used every so often such as TitanFlex™, Hyper-Elastic Polymer™ and Celliant® to name a few. Firmness levels, warranties and in-home trials are also massive deciding factors which come into play.

Whether you’re still in the early stages of choosing and are just browsing, or perhaps your mattress knowledge is up to speed and are now ready to order, hopefully our reviews section will have you covered. Perhaps you’re in the market for a standard mattress made of your favorite materials, or maybe you need a special orthopedic type to help alleviate back pain, accommodate side sleeping or something similar. Whatever your need, we have reviews of all the different types and budgets.

Mattress Reviews & Comparisons

Check our comparison table below which comprises of our highest recommended selections this year.

Brand & ModelTypeOur RatingReviewsPrice & Deals
Brooklyn Bedding
Brooklyn Bedding
HybridRead The Review
Ghostbed
Ghostbed
HybridRead The Review
Helix Sleep
Helix
HybridRead The Review
Leesa
Leesa
Avena FoamRead The Review
Loom & Leaf
Loom & Leaf
Memory FoamRead The Review
Purple
Purple
Hyper-Elastic Polymer™Read The Review
Saatva
Saatva
HybridRead The Review
Tuft and Needle
Tuft and Needle
Adaptive FoamRead The Review
Zinus
Zinus
Green Tea Memory FoamRead The Review

If you would like to see all the different types of mattresses and the associated reviews for them, please click here. These include slightly non-traditional variants such as air, futon, and folding mattresses too. Alternatively, if you’re after a traditional bed mattress, please check our latest roundup of the top 10 mattresses of the year so far.

Buying A Mattress Online In 2019

Couple buying a mattress online

For many people, buying a new mattress may seem like a daunting task. However, in this day and age, it really isn’t much harder than shopping for small appliances such as a coffee maker or juicer. This is purely because retailers have made the process of buying online so quick and easy, it makes no sense to travel to a showroom that may be many miles away. A local showroom may have limited or low-end stock, and a high-end mattress brand may only have a showroom in your nearest city. Therefore, it makes sense to take advantage of online shopping, having a mattress delivered right to your door.

It often works out cheaper to buy from an online company too, imply because there are most probably less overheads to pay, which are reflected in terms of bigger discount to the customer.

You may be thinking that you’d like to feel the mattress, lay on it, sit on it, and perhaps inspect it in many ways before you buy. Well, in fact, you can still do this once your mattress has arrived, and what’s more is that you’ll most likely get a lengthy trial period to test out your product. For example, once your mattress arrives, you can begin using it, usually for upto 100 nights, and if within this period you’re not satisfied for whatever reason, simply contact the manufacturer and let them know. They’ll usually arrange for a refund or exchange with no questions asked.

How We Conduct Reviews

How we conduct mattress reviews

Mattress reviews and comparisons from sites like choosemattress.com allows you to gauge what may work best for you. We compare many variables such as firmness levels, motion isolation properties, in-home trials and warranty periods.

Our mattress reviews are based on data collected and generated from different methods. A majority of our reviews and ratings are based on products that have been sent to us from manufacturers who would like their products to be featured on our site. We conduct and write up unbiased reviews on these mattresses, pillows and beds. We do not receive payment from these companies to feature their products, however, if we decide to feature the review on our site we often make small commissions if a consumer decides to purchase one using our affiliate link or coupon code. This allows us to run and maintain the website, offering our advice and expertise back to our readers.

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Comments
  1. GARY DANIS

    Can you get a bed that is square? 78 x 78 or 80×80?
    I would like to have a square bed so I can turn it 1/4 turn every other week..
    The mattresses that I have had were all expensive. You can only turn them over or head to bottom.
    There is always that long middle that never gets pushed down. The mattress feels like I am sleeping on an angle.
    If you had a square bed there would only be a small square in the middle after many years of use.

    • Lindsay S

      Hi Gary. Yes, flipping and rotating has its own pros and cons. Your suggested alternative sounds great, and there are certainly companies out there who will custom make beds and mattresses to measure. You will need to contact them with your dimensions and requirements. Good luck.

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