The cat’s out of the bag, both the Good Life Essentials and its rival in our comparison, the Coop Home Goods, share a similar feel thanks to their nearly interchangeable fillings. Each highlights the best of shredded memory foam and features super soft and breathable bamboo/polyester covers. So what details set them apart from each other? Read on for my full comparison.
- Filled with shredded memory foam
- Outer fabric made with polyester and rayon from bamboo
- Machine Washable
- Certipur- US Certified foams used
- Made in the USA
- 30 day/night refund policy
- Comes in sizes: Standard, Queen, and King
- Good for back and side sleepers
Good Life Essentials:
- Cover: 50% Bamboo and 50% polyester blend textured cover
- Only sold on Amazon
- Lifetime warranty
Read the full Good Life Essentials Memory Foam Pillow review
Coop Home Goods:
- Access to filling – can remove as much/little as desired
- The cover is 60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Rayon and designed to be breathable
- 5-year warranty
Who Might Choose
Good Life Essentials
- Back or side sleepers. The shredded pieces of memory foam in the Good Life Essentials pillow create an appropriate amount of firmness and support for most back and side sleepers, initially at least. Based on my experience, it’s an appealing choice for those who tend to like more support than stomach sleepers.
- Those who are on a budget. Although prices on Amazon do fluctuate, it seems that the Good Life Essentials pillow – at least in a Queen size – is slightly less expensive than the Coop Home Goods pillow.
Coop Home Goods
- Combination sleepers. Due to its adjustable nature, sleepers are able to determine exactly how much loft and support was needed based on one’s sleep positions and neck comfort. It does come overstuffed but enough foam can be removed to meet even the most specific preferences from stomach sleepers.
- Sleepers who are looking for super soft pillow covers. Both covers are crafted with a combination of polyester and rayon/viscose from bamboo. Bamboo is known for being incredibly soft and lightweight, and we can vouch that sleeper who enjoy the delicate texture of this fabric combination.
There are numerous similarities, features, and shared characteristics between these two pillows. Honestly, they could both work well for back and side sleepers, while we’d really only recommend the Coop Home Goods for stomach sleepers. The main factors that set them apart are their price and the adjustable functionality that’s part of theCoop Home Goods pillow experience.
Each come with a 30-day trial offer and warranties, so it could be worth trying either – or both- to determine if one ends up being a superb fit.