More Expensive – Casper costs $895 for queen-size while Tuft & Needle costs $595. Casper is a slightly better option for shoppers who can afford it. But there is not much difference in terms of overall support and durability.
Better For Side Sleepers – Casper has more foam layers than Tuft & Needle. This provides increased pressure relief for the hips and shoulders. Casper also has better cushioning for slightly overweight side sleepers.
Better For Back & Stomach Sleepers – Back and stomach sleepers will find slightly better support on Casper. But the mattress foams are still likely to soften after regular use. This is a common problem with all memory foam mattresses.
Taller Height/Thickness – Casper’s latest model is 12 inches tall. Tuft & Needle is 10 inches tall. The extra height of Casper provides more support and pressure relief for average weight and heavier sleepers.
Same Trial & Warranty – Both Casper and Tuft & Needle come with a 100-night risk-free trial and a 10-year warranty. Customers can test the mattresses at home, free from risk. A full refund is available if the mattresses are unsuitable.
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