Nectar is better value and has a longer trial than Loom & Leaf.
But Loom & Leaf has free white glove delivery and better customer service.
Better Value – Nectar costs $799 for queen-size and is better value than Loom & Leaf at $1,499. The durability and comfort are similar for average weight sleepers but the cost is much more affordable.
Better For Lightweight Sleepers – Lightweight sleepers get better value with Nectar. The mattress works just as well as Loom & Leaf for side and back sleeping. Lightweight stomach sleepers also stay supported on Nectar.
Longer Trial & Warranty – Nectar’s 365-night risk-free trial is the best in the industry. The company also provides a lifetime warranty. This is in comparison to Loom & Leaf’s 120-night trial and 15-year warranty.
Ships In A Box – Nectar ships compressed in a box. Loom & Leaf is not compressed and arrives ready to sleep on. Free white glove delivery is available with Loom & Leaf (including free old mattress removal).
Free Returns – Nectar provides free returns during the trial period. Loom & Leaf charges a $99 non-refundable fee for returns. Shoppers on a low budget who want zero-risk should choose Nectar.
Smaller Height – Nectar is 11-inch thick and Loom & Leaf is 12-inch thick. Both have similar performance for heavy weight sleepers. But most heavy people get better support with hybrid mattresses like Saatva.
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