When you first look at it, the Leesa mattress prices may seem a bit too expensive. But upon closer inspection of its materials, construction and performance aspects, it becomes so much more reasonable!
Most, if not all, of its buyers and sleepers also agree that with it as their bed, their difficulties in getting a good night’s sleep due to a bad mattress were soon gone.
Below are the estimated Leesa mattress prices.
|Medium Firm||Twin XL||$599.49|
|Medium Firm||California King||$1,012.66|
Prices subject to change. Last updated on 6:14 am.
In 2014, David Wolfe and Jamie Diamonstein co-founded Leesa, among the pioneers in the online-only mattress industry. Today, Wolfe is the Chief Executive Officer and Diamonstein is the Chief Product Officer. Both created the company’s mattress with the goal of simplifying the mattress by removing the unnecessary stuff while also enhancing the sleeping experience.
When the company first started, it shipped its bed-in-a-box mattress directly to consumers, thus, its online-only business model. Through the years, however, it started to offer a wider range of mattresses and related products including foundations, blankets, and pillows. The company has also expanded its online-only business model by adding retail locations and the Leesa Dream Galleries in Virginia Beach and New York City.
Every Leesa mattress is designed with the Universal Adaptive Feel, a trademarked feature. Basically, it means that the mattress can adapt to every body shape and size, as well as to all sleeping styles. Such feature makes every Leesa mattress suitable for use for individual sleepers as well as for couples who want different firmness levels in their bed.
The flagship mattress, as the company likes to call it, is an all-foam, 10-inch mattress with three layers designed to provide the right balance between comfort and support. The combination of several types of foam also makes it possible for sleepers to enjoy pressure relief throughout the night and, thus, they wake up with less aches and pains in their necks, shoulders, lower back and hips.
The mattress cover is made of a polyester blend, a soft yet durable material with breathable quality. The elegant look is part of its appeal although another mattress cover plus beddings are still an obvious must.
The flagship mattress has the following layers:
- The comfort layer consists of 2-inch Avena foam, a latex-like material with a relatively quick pressure response, satisfactory bounce, and minimum motion transfer. Plus, it has a higher cooling property than memory foam so there’s no risk of sleeping hot. The foam also has holes at the top and eggshell design at the bottom that aids in temperature regulation.
- The support layer consists of 2-inch memory foam, a strategic placement for two reasons. First, memory foam will retain heat from the human body (i.e., high risk of sleeping hot) so by placing it below the Avena foam, there’s less chance of overheating.
- Second, memory foam provides sleepers with significant pressure relief but it also creates a sinking-into-the-bed feeling. By placing it below the Avena foam, which has high responsiveness to pressure, the sleeper doesn’t get the sense of sinking into the bed more than necessary (i.e., less feeling of being stuck in the same position).
- The base layer consists of 6-inch high-density poly-foam. This provides the upper layers with sufficient support while also providing the foundation for the mattress. At this thickness, the mattress retains its shape over several years of regular use.
From the three-layer construction of the Leesa mattress, as well as from basic tests conducted on it, we can surmise that it’s one of the best mattresses for the home, hotels, and dormitories, among others.
On the firmness scale with 1 being the softest and 10 being the firmest, the flagship Leesa mattress can be rated a 7 so it’s a medium firm bed. Such rating makes the mattress a suitable choice for people who like sleeping in multiple positions, or who like moving around in bed, or who are on the heavier side. Keep in mind, nonetheless, that the feeling of firmness will vary between individuals because of their differences in weight and preferences, among other factors.
Due to the combination of Avena foam and memory foam, the flagship Leesa mattress gives a quick response upon pressure and a good bounce. Sleepers say that its medium firmness provides a sleeping-on-the-bed experience instead of the sleeping-in-the-bed feeling (i.e., on the softer side of the firmness scale). When the body pushes through the Avena foam and into the memory foam, the pressure relieving benefits of the mattress becomes evident.
Every Leesa mattress is made in the United States, an assurance that consumers look for because it’s one of the signs of excellent quality and contribution to the economy. Each one also comes with a 10-year warranty and a 100-night trial period, as well as free shipping with the mattress compressed in a box. There are also discounts offered on the mattresses.
Leesa mattresses are available in different sizes including twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king. The prices range from $525 to more than $1,000 exclusive of the discounts.