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Founded in 2014, Casper is one of the pioneers of the mattress-in-a-box movement. Casper produces several mattress models including: the Casper Original mattress, Casper Original Hybrid, Wave Hybrid mattress, Nova Hybrid and Element.

The Casper Original is the company’s flagship all-foam model, while the Casper Original Hybrid features a coil core. Casper’s luxury line includes the Wave Hybrid and Nova Hybrid. The Element is an affordable all-foam model.

Offering excellent pressure relief, 4 layers of foam and targeted support, the Casper supports all body types and is a universal mattress that can accommodate a wide range of sleepers.



It’s more than just memory foam – by layering latex foam, memory foam and support foam together, you get a mattress with large gutters and lots of bounce. Memory foam tends to get warm, so sandwiching it between latex and support foam will give you the cooling and comfort benefits of latex foam and the proper comfort of memory foam. Most American sleepers aren’t familiar with latex, but it’s a popular choice for Europeans because it breathes and reduces pressure points. Latex is a bit stretchy, but when Casper adds memory foam underneath, it creates a very balanced feel.

100% Made in the USA – Anyone who likes Made in the USA will love this. Careful attention to detail, including the use of a non-allergenic version of latex and an excellent fire barrier, rather than soaking the memory foam with toxic fire retardants, is another huge plus.

Comfort – This is probably the biggest factor of them all. Casper mattresses have found a unique blend of materials that creates a firm bed without the immediate “sink” feeling that characterizes most memory foam mattresses. It’s comfortable, but not too soft and not too firm. It captures a unique feeling that seems to be especially popular with people who like the “soft hug” feeling when they sleep.



The Casper mattress consists of four layers of foam. At the bottom is a 5-inch layer of durable support foam. This layer serves as the foundation of the bed and gives it some structure.

On top of the base layer is Casper’s new Zoned Support foam. This foam is new to Casper mattresses. It was not included in previous generations. It was introduced in 2018. Basically, this foam layer is divided into three parts.

The part under the head and shoulders is softer to provide more pressure release. Then the section under your hips and lower back is a little firmer to provide more support to keep your spine properly aligned. Casper then applies the softer foam again to the part under your legs.

The new Zoned Support foam is topped with a 1.5-inch layer of memory foam. This provides additional pressure relief and a comfortable, soft foam feel to the bed.

Finally, the top is a 1.5-inch layer of open-cell foam. This is a proprietary foam that shares some characteristics with latex foam as it is supposed to provide a little bounce and help with cooling. Overall, the Casper mattress has a cover thickness of 10 inches.


These foam layers are held together by a soft woven cover that can be removed if necessary.

However, as with most mattress-in-a-box covers, Casper recommends that you do not machine wash them. Instead, it is recommended that you clean the cover with only a mild detergent. That’s how you clean most one-piece mattresses, so it’s no big deal.

Or, you can always use the popular Casper mattress protector to prevent spills and accidents. Casper offers a mattress protector that uses the waterproof material that many outdoor gears are made of to keep your mattress stain-free.

It contains microscopic holes that are small enough for spills to pass through, but still breathable enough for air to flow freely.


Casper carries a range of different mattresses. They are available in a total of five options, all of them with slightly different characteristics, but all of them of very high quality.

1. The Casper Element Mattress


This is Casper’s Essential mattress, but don’t worry that it’s missing anything-it’s considered one of the best mattresses under $1,000. The Element (formerly Casper Essential) features three layers of open-cell foam for excellent support. It’s durable and supports pressure points for great pain relief. Standing 11 in. tall.

Great for:

  • – Buyers on a budget
  • – Pressure point relief
  • – Hot sleepers

2. The Casper Original Foam Mattress


This is their most popular mattress and the one we have been reviewing in this article. The original Casper is one of the best soft mattresses, with zoned support and four layers of 10-inch-high memory foam.

Great for:

  • – Back pain
  • – Spinal alignment
  • – All sleep positions

3. The Casper Original Hybrid Mattress


This is the same quality mattress as the original, but with the addition of a spring layer. This hybrid mattress has a slightly different feel for those who like the built-in springs but still need the foam. The Hybrid still has the signature Casper zoned support. It has a slightly taller profile at 12 in.

Great for:

  • – Edge support
  • – Motion isolation
  • – Couples

4. The Casper Wave Hybrid Mattress


The Casper Hybrid mattress has a built-in spring layer and is Casper’s most luxurious mattress. It does it all, supports, aligns, cools and is built to last. It works in every sleeping position and provides slightly more bounce than regular waves. 13-inch high mattress.

Great for:

  • – Back pain
  • – Hot sleepers
  • – Durability

5. The Casper Nova Hybrid Mattress


This hybrid is a happy medium of support and plush comfort. Special Airscape foam layers promote proper airflow, while seven support zones cushion pressure points such as the hips and shoulders.

Great for:

  • – Hot sleepers
  • – Side sleepers
  • – Sleepers who want a plush mattress


The Casper is a great mattress for combination sleepers and usually works well with other sleeping positions. It’s responsive (perfect score of 10/10 for responsiveness) and adapts to your body as you move throughout the night. The zoned support provides even weight distribution, and the medium firmness level prevents them from sinking too deep into the mattress, which benefits the back pillow.



The Casper is compatible with all standard foundations. As with all foam beds, you will need as much direct support under the mattress as possible. A wooden slat foundation or platform bed usually provides the most support for the Casper.



Mattress Size Dimensions (Width x Length) WEIGHT
Twin 39” x 75” 53 lbs.
Twin XL 39” x 80” 58 lbs.
Full 54” x 75” 75 lbs.
Queen 60” x 80” 87 lbs.
King 76” x 80” 110 lbs.
Cal King 72” x 84” 109 lbs.


Non-toxic —- memory foam is a synthetic product made from both toxic and non-toxic varieties of chemicals. All layers of Casper mattresses are CertiPUR-US certified, which means that independent laboratories have verified that they are made from non-toxic materials and are free of flame retardants, mercury, lead, formaldehyde and phthalates, which can draw particles into the air. This greatly reduces the amount of exhaust fumes and smoke that memory foam mattresses can produce, ensuring that the air quality in your home is not compromised.

Designed for Cool Sleep —- You may have heard that memory foam is hot and uncomfortable to sleep on. Casper mattresses are uniquely designed to negate this quality, thanks to a breathable top layer that sleeps cooler than regular memory foam. Casper gets rave reviews for its thermoregulatory properties, but if you suffer from night sweats or hot flashes, they do offer other mattress versions with very hot sleepers in mind.

White Glove Delivery —-Casper is one of the best mattress-in-a-box mattresses you can buy. However, they are heavy and it may take two people to get the mattress out of the box and fully set up. If you prefer, Casper has the option of white glove delivery. This means your mattress will be delivered in person, removed from the box, and installed on your frame. They will remove the old mattress and any packaging from the box, so you basically don’t have to do any work. White glove delivery is a great option for busy professionals, seniors, or people who don’t want to mess up their old mattress.



The Casper mattress is a firm and stable bed that’s worth trying with minimal risk. Equipped with durable latex layers, memory foam and support foam, you get a mattress with the perfect balance of firmness. Personally, I love how it gives a soft hug and ensures that all my pressure points are covered without making me feel like I’m drowning. Side, front and back sleepers will also find the Casper equally comfortable. However, for edge sleepers or couples, sinking toward the edge is something to keep in mind. Thanks to Casper’s 100-day risk-free trial policy, you can still try the mattress.


Casper VS Purple


Both types of mattresses are very popular, and for good reason. They both offer significant benefits, have similar designs in many ways, and offer similar price points. So it’s no wonder that both are great sellers.

However, there are still a few differences that can help you feel confident in your decision. First, Purple has its unique Hyper-Elastic Polymer mesh, a special material available only from Purple. The mesh has excellent cooling capabilities and does a great job of regulating heat. In addition, the polymer structure facilitates increased airflow.

However, Casper has something that Purple does not. The mattress offers a more traditional feel, so if you’re not in the market for new technology, Casper may be your match. In addition, the Casper is versatile as it is suitable for almost all sleep positions.

While Purple is great, the edge support doesn’t shine as much as the other features. However, Purple also offers excellent bounce, so it’s a perfect choice for combination sleepers who often change shifts throughout the night or those with limited mobility and difficulty getting up.

Casper VS Tuft & Needle


Casper and Tuft and Needle are all-foam mattresses with some interesting designs and components. The Casper features a proprietary zoned support system designed to provide support and comfort for all three sleeping positions. In fact, the Casper is rated as one of the best all-in-one mattresses!

Tuft and Needle has a proprietary adaptive foam that is both responsive and breathable. We named it one of the best mattresses for kids.

There’s a lot to like about the Casper and Tuft and Needle mattresses, but they’re better suited for different types of people with different preferences.

Casper VS Nectar


With six different mattresses so you can find the perfect match, Casper is committed to providing a quality night’s sleep. Designed for comfort at a price that won’t break the bank, the ergonomic design and innovative cooling technology of the Casper Original mattress features a 1.5-inch top layer of AirScape perforated breathable polyurethane foam designed with small holes that allow air to circulate through the mattress, keeping you cool and comfortable all night long.

Compared to Casper’s six different mattresses, Nectar offers only three options: memory foam, premium memory foam and premium copper memory foam. The body of the Nectar memory foam mattress is made of three foam layers for even overall support.Nectar features a thinner 1-inch layer of gel memory foam compared to the 1.5-inch AirScape perforated foam of the Casper Original Mattress.Nectar’s Adaptive Hi-Core memory foam has a uniform level of support throughout.


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