Endy Mattress is a Canadian online mattress provider. They offer their customers a range of different benefits which made them successful in the industry. If you purchase a mattress through Endy’s website you’ll receive a 100- night trial, a 10- year warranty and free shipping.
Tuft and Needle was one of the earliest players in the market in the mattress-in-a-box industry. They have their two famous concepts of a mattress called The Mint and The Hybrid, which we have tested. Tuft & Needle is proudly saying they have over 100,000 positive reviews, so in this mattress comparison we will se if those reviews are saying the truth or no!
How are the mattresses made?
Tuft & Needle
The Tuft & Needle mattress contains two layers of foam. Tuft & Needle has focused on improving the quality of these two layers instead of adding additional layers they deem unnecessary.
- First layer: 3″ of graphite- and cooling-gel-infused foam. This layer provides an optimal level of comfort, cooling, and temperature regulation. Foam density: 2.8 lbs/ft3.
- Second layer: 7″ polyurethane foam. This layer gives the mattress its structure and prevents excessive sinkage. Foam density: 1.8 lbs/ft3.
The three layers that make up the Endy mattress are the most crucial components of the product.
- Top: The top layer is produced from memory foam. The entire top layer is 2” thick – providing ample comfort to those sleeping on it.
- Middle: The middle layer is 3” thick – it has been manufactured to provide a transition between the top and bottom layer. It prioritizes both support and comfort. As with the top layer, the middle layer manufactured from foam – although it is not memory foam.
- Bottom: As with most mattresses, the bottom layer of the Endy mattress prioritizes support above all else. It does a brilliant job of allowing the rest of the mattress to be designed for comfort. The foam used to construct this portion of the mattress is extremely dense – it is also 5” thick.
Endy vs. Tuft and Needle Firmness
The Tuft & Needle mattress firmness rates as medium. According to the testing conducted by us, it measures a 5.8 / 10 on the firmness scale. The Tuft & Needle mattress does not have excessive ‘hug,’ and the comfort layer gives it a degree of softness as you lie down. Endy ranks just a little higher as a 6/10 on the firmness level, as it distributes weight evenly and provides comfort.
Endy vs. Tuft and Needle Motion Transfer and edge support
According to the testing conducted by us, minimal motion transfer was detected with the Tuft & Needle mattress; it ranked 7.2 / 10 on the motion isolation scale.
Endy’s foam design allows for a reduction in motion transfer. This means that if you are a restless sleeper, your partner won’t be disturbed by your movements in the middle of the night. This is one of the major benefits of buying a high-end foam mattress. 8/10 is our rank for Endy.
These two beds also provide pretty decent edge support. There’s very little compression around the edges and you don’t really get any of that “I’m about to roll off the side” feeling.
T&N vs. Endy Amenities
Both Tuft & Needle and Endy mattresses offer online mattress retailer standards for amenities.
- Trial – 100 Nights
- Warranty – 10 Years
- Shipping – Free Delivery and Returns
Which mattress should I buy?
As we buy our mattress every 8 to 10 years it is a very important purchase, after carefully reviewing these two mattresses our decision leads us to Endy mattress, as we feel like it would give you more of a satisfaction although price is higher.