Originally posted by ricosuave
wife decided on an endy for our guest room, for these reasons...
At $850, its $300 - $350 cheaper than its competitors
Canadian product & Canadian owned company
Ships & delivers in 3-6 days
100 in-home trial. No cost/risk return if unsatisfied
Can use regular box spring if desired, but is recommended to put on slats/board.
I waffled long and hard between Endy and Casper. Apparently Casper is better suited to lighter people. It feels plusher to folks who weigh between 140 and 200lbs. When you start getting into the 200lb range, all the plushness gets compressed, and you're lying on the support layers.
Endy is built the other way around. Lighter people will find it feels firmer, because they float on top of the mattress. Heavier people will find it feels plusher, because they will be heavy enough to activate the plush layers.
Both the Endy and the Casper are rated as medium-firm. (Firmness being rated from 1 to 10, 1 being squishy, 10 being soft.) Casper is rated as 6.0. Endy is rated at 6.5.
So even though Endy is rated as slightly firmer, its noted that it cradles and supports larger people better, and feels softer, than Casper.
Thanks for this awesome info. I'm a big guy and wanted to try this out but un-sure which one was firm enough. I've always bought mattress from Costco but always end up replacing after 3-4 years
Any idea how firm the Leesa one is?
Originally posted by GTS Jeff
You know those bored stay at home moms who's entire lives revolve around driving their kids to soccer, various cleaning accessories, and worrying about neighbourhood rapists? The kind of people that watch the View and go "uh huh..." Those unfulfilled people who try to fill the void in their empty lives by writing whiny letters to the editor complaining about shit that no one really cares about?
Well imagine if instead of writing that letter to the editor, she just posts on a car forum for car enthusiasts. That's Kritafo.
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