A Review of the Tuft & Needle Original Mattress

tuft and needle original review

I recently decided to try out the Tuft & Needle mattress after reading a review on the manufacturer’s website. The company offers a 100-night sleep trial, and the firmness level ranges from Medium to Firm. After a night’s sleep on my Tuft & Needle, I was impressed with its price and firmness levels. Here are some points to consider when buying this mattress.

Medium-firm mattress

My first impression of the Tuft & Needle Original was that it was a little too firm. However, as I researched the company more I learned that they had improved the firmness of this mattress, which now makes it a medium-firm mattress. That said, the company has a 100-night return policy. That means that if you’re not satisfied with your purchase, they’ll replace or repair it for free.

I’m an average back sleeper, so I chose this model because it offered enough pressure relief for my low back. A heavier back sleeper, however, may need a more supportive mattress to avoid pressure on the lower back and hips. The medium-firm option was also a good choice for my partner, but heavier people may find it too firm. I personally would not recommend this model if I’m heavier, as it may cause pressure on my hips and shoulders.

100-night sleep trial

A 100-night Tuft and Needle sleep trial is a great way to test the quality of their foam mattresses. You can request a refund or exchange your product within the first 100 nights. The company covers the cost of shipping and returns and offers a full refund if you’re not happy. In some cases, the company can even replace the mattress. The 100-night sleep trial does not apply to mattresses made of flocked fabric or down.

The 100-night sleep trial is offered for all products that are manufactured by Tuft & Needle. The company works with customers to arrange for a local donation of their discarded mattresses. If you aren’t satisfied, the company will even send a team to pick up your old mattress. You can return the mattress up to once per year. In addition to the 100-night trial, Tuft & Needle offers a 10-year limited warranty. The warranty covers sagging, breakdown of foam, and defects in the cover.

Price

The price of a Tuft and Needle mattress is relatively low. In fact, the company offers a 100-night trial, which means you can test it out risk-free for 100 nights. However, if you are not satisfied with the mattress, you can request a full refund. Additionally, the company backs up its products with a 10-year warranty, but it’s generally recommended to replace your mattress around the 8-year mark.

One drawback of a Tuft & Needle mattress is its lack of support for back sleepers. The polyfoam comfort layer is soft and contours to the body without allowing it to sink. This, along with the high-density polyfoam construction, resists sagging and indentations, so you’ll avoid the unpleasant feeling of sinking. If you’re under 230 pounds, this mattress is most supportive, but it might be too firm for heavier back sleepers.

Firmness

The firmness of the Tuft & Needle Original is medium, which means it strikes the right balance between support and softness. The micro polyamide and polyester cover is soft to the touch and fairly breathable, but it still retains its firmness despite being medium firm. This mattress is great for back sleepers, but may be too soft for side sleepers and stomach sleepers. This review will discuss whether or not this mattress will work for you.

The firmness of the Tuft and Needle Original is a medium-firm mattress. This makes it the perfect choice for back and stomach sleepers, but it’s not the only firmness option on the market. The Mint and Hybrid versions are great for back and stomach sleepers, while the Original is good for all sleep styles. A recent study found that a medium-firm mattress improved sleep quality and spinal alignment more than an average mattress. However, these findings are based on subjective user reviews. As such, there’s no universal standard. Firmness is a personal preference, so be sure to do your research before making a decision.

Cooling gel in comfort layer

The cooling gel in the comfort layer of Tuft & Needle’s flagship model gives the mattress a cool feel. The polyfoam top layer contours to the body without sinking, and the high-density polyfoam construction prevents sagging and indentations. The tuft and needle original review shows that the Tuft & Needle is most supportive for back sleepers under 230 pounds. However, heavier back sleepers may experience sinkage in the hip area and have trouble keeping spinal alignment.

The polyfoam comfort layer can provide comfortable cushioning for stomach sleepers. However, the medium firmness may not be firm enough for people suffering from hip pain. Side sleepers will likely find this mattress too firm for them. This is due to the lack of a transition layer. However, back sleepers and stomach sleepers will find the mattress suitable. This foam will support the body and alleviate pressure points in the hip area.

Durability

Compared to other mattresses, Tuft & Needle is 40% cheaper than comparable models, which makes it a great buy for budget sleepers. However, it has been criticized for being too soft on the hips, especially for heavier people. While the mattress’ comfort layer provides adequate support, it is still not thick enough for heavier people and stomach sleepers. If you are average or petite and prefer a medium-firm mattress, the Tuft & Needle is a good choice.

The company stands behind their products, offering a 100-night trial period and a full refund if you are not happy. The company also works with customers to arrange for pickup of their old mattress. In addition, the company offers a 10-year limited warranty on all their products, covering defects in materials or workmanship. It also offers financing options through Affirm, and customers can choose from three different types of mattresses: hybrid, traditional memory foam, and soft foam.