Two of the biggest names in the internet mattress market are going head-to-head once more in this year’s battle of mattresses. There’s Casper in one corner with its stylish marketing, sleek design, and eye-catching price tag.
Loom & Leaf is situated in the other corner. If you’re looking for a mattress that’s as good as Tempur-Pedic, look no farther than Loom & Leaf, an online mattress firm that’s the spiritual offspring of Saatva, an established online mattress company.
However, there can only be one mattress winner…
In the battle between Loom and Leaf and Casper mattresses, who emerges victorious? Check out my entire Casper mattress review and Loom & Leaf mattress review for more information.
Overview Of Lull vs. Casper Review
Here’s a brief look at the main differences between the two beds we’ll be comparing in this article.
- The Lull mattress is cheaper than the Casper mattress when compared. For a queen mattress, you’re looking at around a $100-200 difference after savings.
- The Lull mattress employs memory foam as its top layer, while Casper uses it as a secondary layer of comfort for their mattress.
- The Casper mattress has a specific zoned support layer designed to deliver support and relief where you need it most.
There are several things we need to know about the Casper vs. Lull comparison before we get started. It’s no secret that they’re two of the most popular bed-in-a-box mattress brands on the internet. Lull and Casper aren’t cheap beds, but they won’t cost you an arm and a leg. In this comparison, we’ll take a closer look at each one’s advantages and disadvantages.
Casper vs Lull Mattress Video Comparison
Comparing Construction (Materials & Quality)
Casper is shipped to your door in a box.
Eleven inches tall, it has a polyester cloth cover that is both washable and removable.
- Top layer contains a springy and responsive foam that provides surface bounce and airflow to keep the structure’s surface temperature at a consistent level.
- Its Zoned SupportTM transitions between the soft and firm layers by being stiffer under the sleeper’s hips while yet giving softer pressure relief for the shoulders and lower extremities of the sleeper, making the body rest level.
- Using dense poly foam, the base layer serves as the foundation and provides spine-alignment support for the mattress pad.
Lull is another 10-inch-tall bed-in-a-box.
The fabric used for the cover is a blend of rayon and polyester that is soft and stretchy while also being breathable and cooling to the touch.
- Gel-infused memory foam in the top layer helps keep the surface from getting too hot. This 1.5-inch layer conforms to your body’s contours and relieves pressure on joints.
- The 1.5-inch thick poly foam layer transitions the mattress from a softer to a firmer feel by providing support and motion isolation.
- With a 7-inch block of high-density poly foam as the bed’s foundation, it’s meant to support your spine and keep you comfy.
Comparing Firmness (Support & Comfort)
Both of these mattresses are made entirely of foam and, on our scale of firmness from 1 to 10 (softest to firmest), both rate approximately a 6 out of 10. The majority of people’s sleeping postures and body types may be accommodated by mattresses with a Medium rating.
With the addition of a new third layer, Casper has widened its appeal to a wider range of customers, making it even more versatile. In order to maintain a decent sleeping position, back and stomach sleepers may need assistance in keeping their heavier hips level with the rest of their bodies. Side sleepers need a mattress that provides strong hip support while yet enabling their shoulders to sink into the mattress and get respite from the pressure of their weight.
Although the surface of Lull is slower to respond than Casper, it gives greater surface contouring while the bigger base provides excellent spinal alignment for back, side, and stomach sleepers. The thicker and denser foundation and transition layers contribute to the mattress’ overall responsiveness, making it a bed that can be used in a variety of ways.
Casper’s Zoned SupportTM methodology gives it an edge over the competition when it comes to side and back sleepers who have a lot of weight in their midsections. A 250-pound limit has been established by Lull and it should be kept in mind by everyone who is more than a few pounds overweight.
However, their ways of combating heat retention differ. Casper’s mattress cover is made of more breathable materials, whilst Lull’s memory foam is infused with gel to help it soak away heat.
Comparing Sinkage and Bounce
Because your body will lie on top of these mattresses rather than deep into them as can be the case with some rival memory products, we would describe the sinkage as a soft cradle. Surface-level sleeping aids in temperature control by putting your body in direct touch with moving airflow during the ventilation phase of sleep.
In terms of bounce, both companies deliver it, but in a different way. The majority of Casper’s bounce occurs near the surface, whereas the majority of Lull’s bounce occurs in the mid-level. Repositioning can be made easier by using this feature in conjunction with the layers that respond more quickly.
Comparing Motion Transfer
The combination of memory products and dense bases, which do not conduct vibration and tend to muffle it at its source, provides great motion isolation in both options. The low motion transmission of both mattresses is ideal for people who are easily bothered by their partner or pets going in and out of bed.
Comparing Edge Support
Both beds are compressed and shipped in smaller boxes, and this feature does not distinguish any of the brands in this category, particularly those that use all-foam construction. Both options, however, score better than average in this area since they have solid foundations.
You may notice that your weight drops a little while sitting on the edge of either brand. Although you should not have any difficulty sleeping close to the side, and your weight should feel stable despite resting closer to the edge, which is a significant issue for couples who share their sleep space and use more of its surface
Casper vs. Lull Compared Side-by-Side
|Cover||Polyester||Rayon and polyester|
|Materials||Breathable Foam, Zoned Support™, memory & poly foams||Memory foam, gels, and poly foams|
|Cooling||Airflow through the foam, placement of memory materials, shallow cushioning depth||Infusions of gel in foam, airflow through the fabric, reduced amount of memory foam|
|Sinkage||Gentle Cradle||Gentle Cradle|
|Adjustable Base Compatible||Yes||Yes|
|Made in the USA||Designed and Assembled in the USA||Yes|
Customers have given both Lull and Casper excellent evaluations. As of May 2019, these are the customer ratings they have received from their respective websites.
- Casper: 4.7/5
- Lull: 4.4/5
Overall Customer Satisfaction (Based on 4 and 5 star reviews)
In order to gauge customer happiness, we use the percentage of 4 and 5 star reviews. In May 2019, the information was retrieved from their respective websites.
- Casper: 95%
- Lull: Not shown
On a scale of 1 (very soft) to 5 (very hard), an independent third party evaluated the support and firmness of Lull and Casper mattresses (extremely firm).
- Casper: 4.5
- Lull: 4.3
Third Party Reviews
Third-party organizations and enterprises have put Lull and Casper mattresses through thorough reviews and testing. Here’s how Lull and Casper stack up against the standards and testing criteria of these organizations.
- Casper: 4.6
- Lull: 4.2
Should I Buy Casper or Lull?
Only a few minor variations separate these two options from each other. There are advantages and disadvantages to each, but the decision is yours to make.
We Would Recommend Buying Casper if You are Looking for:
- Improved adaptability. For those who sleep on their back or stomach, Casper’s new improvements have made it more more versatile, making it much more appealing.
- The spine is aligned in a specific way. Additional firmness for stomach and back sleepers, as well as additional pressure relief for side sleepers, is provided by the inclusion of Zoned Support.
- Edge compatibility. All-foam bed-in-box choices often fall short in this category, however Casper’s performance in this category goes above and beyond what is typically expected.
We Would Recommend Buying Lull if You are Looking for:
- The look I’m going for is a more traditional one. With this bed’s memory materials on top, the slow-reacting and sinking feeling we generally associate with memory mattresses is brought to the surface for you to experience. Gel and cushioning depth, on the other hand, should keep you from getting too hot.
- It’s more affordable. The price difference between this brand and the competition is in the range of $100-$150.
- Edge compatibility. Lull and Casper both have unexpectedly supportive edges that are made possible by their substantial layer of dense base foam and transitional layer.
There you have it. Choose Casper for its improved and recently updated support system, or Lull for its surface-level sinking experience and a little lower price tag?
It’s a tough call, as we mentioned. If you’re still looking for more information, check out our in-depth evaluations of both brands on our site.
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