Casper Hybrid and Saatva have a similar price and risk-free trial period. But Saatva is more luxurious and comes in 3 firmness options.
Similar Price – Both Casper Hybrid and Saatva have a similar price point. Casper Hybrid retails at $1,195 for queen-size while Saatva costs $1,099. Casper can sometimes be a little cheaper with a coupon code or sales promotion.
Less Luxurious – Casper Hybrid has less of a high-end luxury feel than Saatva. The design appears more basic and lacks the plush Euro top. Shoppers who want a premium appearance and luxurious feel should choose Saatva.
Less Support – Casper Hybrid is less supportive than Saatva. This is because the mattress is made from a single pocket coil system. Saatva is made from a steel innerspring base and individually-wrapped pocket coils.
Single Firmness Option – Casper Hybrid is only available in medium firmness. This is about 6.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale. Saatva comes in 3 different firmness levels: plush-soft, luxury-firm, and firm.
Ships In A Box – Casper Hybrid ships compressed in a box. Saatva ships non-compressed and ready to sleep on. Saatva’s free white glove delivery (and old mattress removal) comes as standard.
Similar Trial & Warranty – Casper gives customers a 100-night risk-free trial and a 10-year warranty. Saatva’s risk-free trial is 120-nights. Saatva also has a longer 15-year warranty period.
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