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Best Bed To Buy

Determining the best mattress is based partly on what you, the buyer, wants in your purchase. Some need a bed with great pressure point relief, others require a mattress that helps alleviate persistent back pain. In order to personalize our recommendations to fit your profile, we use a battery of tests and technologies, combined with real experiences from a diverse group of sleepers.

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Multiple firmness and thickness options make the Classic an appealing choice for a wide range of sleepers, regardless of body type and sleep position. The two coil layers created responsiveness and made it easy for testers to move on the bed while also lightly contouring to the body for cushioning. Plenty of airflow through the coils kept this mattress cool through our temperature neutrality tests. Firmness options include soft (3), medium firm (6), and firm (8), so you can choose the firmness that best suits your preferences.

In order to determine which mattress ranks highest, our test team considers a number of factors, including performance ratings and quality of construction. We believe the Helix Midnight is the best overall mattress on the market because it performs well in multiple categories and features a thoughtful design. With its mid-range firmness and excellent pressure relief, motion isolation, and temperature neutrality, this mattress is likely to appeal to a wide range of sleepers. The approachable price-point makes it an even more attractive option.

Who it's best for: People who prefer a traditional, bouncy mattress over the sinking-in feel of memory foam. Its three firmness levels make it suitable for all sleep positions, and the innerspring interior makes it more breathable for hot sleepers. It's also ideal for people that need the full-service set up and mattress removal.

Tester notes: Over 100 reviewers on our panel gave it top ratings for comfort, support and overall sleep quality. It also received rave reviews for its customer service, from the ease of ordering and in-home set up to quickly resolving any issues that came up during the process. Users told us it sleeps cooler, feels firmer and offers more edge support than memory foam mattresses. One described it as "firm, but not hard" while another said it's "comfortable and just the right amount of plush." Some praised it for being "the best mattress ever," and said it led to "the best sleep I've ever had."

Who it's best for: Price-conscious shoppers that are looking to spend under $1,000 without sacrificing comfort. We've noticed that it's also more well-received by younger adults (especially new homeowners or apartment renters in their 20s) because the lack of edge support and the DIY set up can be a deterrent for older individuals.

Tips from our experts: While pricier models are frequently marked down, we haven't seen this one go on sale. Considering it's already priced low, don't wait for a holiday weekend to shop. Also note that this model received far better feedback than other inexpensive bestsellers on Amazon.

Who it's best for: Sleeping partners with different preferences or any sleeper that changes position throughout the night. For several hundred dollars less, the Dusk version (without the "Luxe" in the title) has similar features, but less support layers. Helix's most popular line is the Midnight, which promotes pressure relief for side sleepers, though our testers and analysts were most impressed by the Dusk Luxe model.

The best mattresses for back pain are made of memory foam and have a medium firmness level, giving you pressure relief and cradling comfort. Not only does this Nolah model check off those boxes, but our testers swore it eased their discomfort. It's made up of three layers of foam (with pressure-relieving foam on top and more dense, supportive foam on the bottom), but there's also a "hybrid" variation with cutouts in the foam to mimic the flexibility and responsiveness of coils.

Who it's best for: Sleepers struggling with pain, like hip pain, back pain, pregnancy-related pain and sciatica. Though it can be used for a range of sleep positions, it's intended specifically for side sleepers (which is also the sleep position recommended for people with back pain).

Tester notes: Our testers gave it perfect scores across the board, saying "it is the most comfortable mattress we have ever slept on." After several months of testing, they say they have a better, more uninterrupted sleep than any other mattress they've tried before. One also noted, "This is undoubtedly the best mattress we have ever owned. We have traveled all over and have never had the sleep experience we now have every night."

Who it's best for: Side sleepers that need pressure relief for their hips and shoulders without too much sinking in. It's also ideal for people who want to invest in the unique feel of Tempur-Pedic's foam without having to overspend.

Who it's best for: People who prefer the cradling comfort of memory foam and are willing to spend a bit over $1,000 to get ergonomic support. The foam and split zones are better suited for side and back sleepers.

Who it's best for: Shoppers that need a mattress delivered quickly (rather than waiting for a scheduled delivery service), side and back sleepers, memory foam enthusiasts and price-conscious buyers.

Who it's best for: Stomach sleepers, heavier body weights or anyone that prefers a firm mattress. It's also good for in-store shoppers that want to feel it in person at their local mattress store.

Who it's best for: Hot sleepers thanks to its breathability, couples thanks to its motion isolation and heavier body weights thanks to its 600-pound capacity (or 300 pounds on each side). It's also good for people who are tired of the same old mattress feel and want to try something unique.

If you prefer to skip memory foam and synthetic fabrics, this latex mattress is made of natural and organic materials. It's also certified by the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) and Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) so you know the entire manufacturing process follows strict guidelines on the materials and ingredients used. The best part is that it doesn't skimp on quality by going green; in fact, it earned one of the highest scores for delivering quality sleep among our panel.

While the air chambers and high-tech features are available in all Sleep Number mattresses, this model also includes a five-inch layer of foam for pressure relief and support. You can purchase the mattress with or without a coordinating base, which allows you to change the bed's position. Full service delivery costs an extra $249, but includes assembly and mattress removal, along with technicians reviewing how the bed works and answering any of your questions. Timing is also flexible so you can choose a delivery slot that works best with your schedule.

Who it's best for: Couples with different sleeping preferences and anyone looking for adjustable features. It's perfect for people who are willing to make a long-term investment in their bed.

Most modern mattresses are made with foam, springs or a combination of both and there are general characteristics of each to consider; for instance, foam is best for alleviating pressure points while spring systems sleep cooler and offer structured support.

We think the luxury innerspring Saatva Classic offers the best balance between performance and price. It has a classic mattress feel, with a little bounce, and it aced our tests, scoring highly for pressure relief, temperature regulation and edge support. It's been approved by the American Chiropractic Association too, making it a great choice for back pain. Due to rising MSRPs, it's not as affordable as it used to be, but the Saatva Classic still undercuts many of its luxury rivals thanks to frequent discounts.

Looking for the best mattress to enhance your sleep in 2023? This guide is here to help. We've meticulously tested a wide range of beds to put together this ranking, which includes our top recommendations for a range of sleep styles and budgets.

It's best to start your shopping by deciding what type of mattress you want, and how firm it should be. Broadly speaking, traditional innerspring models have a more responsive sleep surface, and are nice and breathable. Memory foam beds will mold to your body to provide custom support and cushioning, are typically cheaper than anything with springs, but can trap body heat. Hybrids can offer the best of both worlds.

Mattress sales happen all year round, which can make finding the best deal confusing. We monitor prices closely, and you'll find pricing information with each product entry to make things clearer and help you buy at the right time. Almost all the best in our list come with a generous trial period that you can use to make sure your choice works for you. Let's kick off our best mattress ranking for 2023...

The Saatva Classic is an upper-mid-range mattress from luxury online brand Saatva, and it's hands-down the best mattress we've tested so far. This superb hybrid innerspring is customizable, with three firmness options and two heights to choose between (we reviewed the most-popular 11.5-inch luxury firm option). All that means it's an excellent all-rounder, suitable for a wide variety of body types and any sleep position.

Also note that all-foam beds will almost always sleep warmer than anything with springs, and while the Nectar offers decent temperature regulation (thanks to a heat-dispersing cover and gel-infused foam), if you struggle with overheating, this might not be the best mattress for you. 041b061a72


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