Endy Mattress Review

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Endy is a bed-in-a-box mattress that quickly became popular in Canada, then expanded to the US.  The company appears to be leveraging the initial success in Canada to the US.

The mattress has a foam comfort layer, a very cool cover, and (in my opinion) is a bit softer than average.  For that reason, I think it could be a good choice for side sleepers but perhaps not the best fit for people who sleep only on their back or stomach.  Its price point makes it a very affordable option for more people as well.

Overall I really liked Endy, though I had a few complaints as well (see how Endy compares HERE).  Read about my experience in my full Endy mattress review.

You will love Endy if you…

  • Want great comfort – with a nice foam comfort layer, Endy stands out in that it has a nice plush feel
  • Want a slightly softer mattress – whether you are a side sleeper or just prefer a slightly softer mattress, Endy will deliver
  • Want great value – Endy is shipped straight from the factory to your door, saving on a lot of costs associated with selling a mattress (some of which are passed on to the consumer)
  • Love Canadian made – Endy is manufactured in Toronto, so it’s a short trip from the factory to your door (relative to where most mattresses are made) if you’re in Canada or the US

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Endy Mattress Reviews

You may not like Endy if you…

  • Want a firm mattress – the Endy mattress is definitely slightly softer than average, so if you are interested in a firm mattress, Endy probably won’t be the best fit
  • Are a stomach sleeper – generally I recommend that stomach sleepers go for a firmer mattress.  Of course it always comes down to your preference

Feel and Firmness

Endy has a great feel, more plush than most mattresses of this thickness.  I’d put the firmness at a 5.5 out of 10, slightly softer than average.

You can see that the mattress is memory foam like, so a little slow to respond (not a bad thing, just something to note for your preferences).

Endy Sleep Construction

Endy is manufactured in Toronto, Canada and starts with a visually appealing hypoallergenic stretch-knit cover (kind of feels like an optical illusion)!

Endy Mattress Cover

The mattress is 10 inches thick in total and consists of the following foam layers:

  • Comfort layer: 2 inches of 3 lb foam (infused with cooling gel)
  • Transition layer: 3 inches of 1.8 lb soft support foam
  • Base layer: 5 inches of 1.8 lb firm support foam

I like that Endy clearly discloses their foam densities and is very transparent about their materials.

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Motion transfer Test

Endy has a top layer of foam that is memory foam-like, so we expect it to perform very well in the motion transfer test below:

As you can see, the object is barely disturbed as I really push on the foam nearby, one of the best performances of motion transfer of all the mattresses I have reviewed.

Endy vs Casper

Endy is most often compared to Casper since they are both popular bed-in-a-box options available in Canada.  I think both mattresses are of great quality at a similar price point, and I enjoyed sleeping on both.  I would make the decision based on two factors, foam type and firmness.

Endy mattress vs Casper

Foam type – Endy’s top layer is memory foam-like, and Casper’s top layer is latex-like foam.  As a result, Casper has a little more “spring” to the mattress, while Endy has a more traditional memory foam feel.

Firmness – I found both mattresses to be on the softer side, but Endy is still slightly softer than Casper.

4.2 Reviewer
Endy is a memory foam mattress that is made and shipped out of Canada. Overall I really liked the mattress, and note that it is a little softer than average. I think it is a great option for side sleepers especially.
Value (Price)4.5
Doesn't Sleep Hot4
Motion Transfer4.5
Edge Support3.4
Company Reputation4.3
Return Policy/Warranty4.8
Overall Sleep Experience4.2

Other things to note

  • Endy is made in Toronto, Canada (ships to the US as well)
  • They offer a 100 night sleep trial and 10 year warranty
  • They also offer a pillow that I am anxious to try!

Final recommendation

I really enjoyed sleeping on the Endy mattress, for a side sleeper like myself I think it’s a great option (though it may be too soft for stomach sleepers).  I like the transparency and brand, and think at the price point it offers a very good value.

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Joe Auer

Joe Auer is the editor of Mattress Clarity. He mainly focuses on mattress reviews and oversees the content across the site. He likes things simple and take a straightforward, objective approach to his reviews. Joe has personally tested nearly 100 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 4 years now, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to mattress selection. He has been cited as an authority in the industry by a number of large publications. When he isn't testing sleep products, he enjoys working out, reading both fiction and non-fiction, and playing classical piano. He enjoys traveling as well, and not just to test out hotel mattresses! Joe has an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Columbia University.

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7 thoughts on “Endy Mattress Review”

  1. i was wondering if there is a futon version of this mattress? something that can be used both as couch and a bed.

  2. I am wondering about your price comparison between Endy and Casper. I was just on their websites and for king size Endy is $950 (plus $50 off) while Casper was $2,900. Did I miss something? Huge price difference and what is the difference in value for a full $2,000? Thanks.

  3. How does the endy compare to the leesa mattress. I have the endy and like the feel but do find it lightly soft. And I am concerned about the long term durability as it is made with a lower density foam. Any thoughts you have would be helpful

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