There are a few mattresses that we tried out that aren’t as notable, but they are worth noting in case you are thinking about them.
Keetsa All Foam Tea Leaf Supreme $1,590 : Wired reviewer Matt Jancer tried the Keetsa over several months. Although he is a side-sleeper, the comfort of the mattress was not overwhelming. However, he did sleep well from beginning to end. The mattress is soft so he didn’t expect to. It’s composed of three layers of foam, with a thin layer made from recycled materials.
Purple Mattress $1,299 : I had many great nights of sleep with the Purple. The square grid that Purple uses to soften and support the body (it feels like laying on a lot of silicone waffles) but it isn’t as comfortable as hybrid (coil/foam) mattresses. Although there is a hybrid Purple available, it is expensive. Although this isn’t necessarily bad, it is important to know that Purple mattresses can be heavy.
Casper Standard foam Mattress for $1,295 : Casper’s original mattress was a popular choice, and is still a great all-foam option at an affordable price. The hybrid version with coils, however, is superior.
Moulde Hybrid Mattress at $1,899 – WIRED Reviewer Medea Giordano loves this mattress and has no issues sleeping on it for the past months. The bed’s edge support is good on three sides but it is almost non-existent at the bottom. While putting on her shoes, she almost fell. The coils around the mattress can be felt, but it isn’t an issue as they aren’t visible when you’re actually sleeping.
Leesa Original Mattress $1,099 : Although it looks a lot like the Casper mattress, the standard Leesa feels a little more comfortable.
DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Hybrid Mattress $899 : Another luxury mattress with a thick cushion top, like the Helix Midnight Luxe or Allswell Supreme.