Zenhaven and Spindle are two fairly similar mattresses that use natural materials and still have an affordable price tag. While at first glance, there are a lot of similarities, there are also some subtle differences that you should know if you are deciding between the two. I’ll go through those in this article to help you make a more informed decision.
- Both are all latex mattresses that are very durable.
- Both are very heavy and dense mattresses.
- Both mattresses are breathable / sleep cool.
- Both use natural wool under the cover.
- Zenhaven uses talalay processed latex, while Spindle uses Dunlop processed latex.
- Zenhaven is flippable, with two firmness options in one; Spindle gives four comfort level options
- Spindle comes in three separate layers and you can replace one of the layers if need be.
- Zenhaven comfort layers are zoned to be firmer under the heavier parts of the body.
- Spindle is $1,349.99 for a Queen, while Zenhaven is $1,899 for a Queen
The videos below will show off the general feel that people can expect from both mattresses. People can see just how similar they are.
Which Is Better, Flippable Or Having Multiple Comfort Level Options?
One big difference between the two mattresses is that Zenhaven is flippable, with two different firmness levels in one, while Spindle offers four comfort level options. In theory, Zenhaven is a good choice if people really don’t know how firm they want their mattress to be. That is because they have two chances to get it right. If people are pretty confident they know what firmness level they want, then perhaps Spindle will give them a better chance of getting the right comfort level. I can’t say one is better than the other, but it’s important for me to note this difference here.
Is Dunlop Or Talalay Latex Better?
I’ve seen good arguments made from both sides of this argument. Of all the different latex mattresses I’ve tried, I can’t say that I have a personal preference. I don’t think the differences are actually that big at all in reality either. If people want to do a ton of research, then they should by all means go ahead and looking into the major differences between these two types of latex, but I wouldn’t make it a big determining factor.
Who Should Pick Spindle:
Those Who Want To Save More Money– If someone really can’t decide between the two, Spindle at least gives them the chance to save a few hundred more dollars on their purchase.
People Who Have A Clear Idea Which Firmness Level They Want– Spindle gives people four comfort level options, so if they are quite certain which firmness level they want, Spindle might be a good match.
Who Should Pick Zenhaven:
Those Who Are Not Sure Which Firmness Level They Want– The fact that Zenhaven is flippable means people get two chances in one mattress to get the right firmness level for them.
People Who Want A Little More Back Support– The zoned construction of the comfort layers give the Zenhaven a little bit of an edge in terms of back support in my opinion.
Which Should People Choose?
There’s a lot to like about both of these mattresses, so I don’t think people can really go wrong either way. They both have really good return policies, so I would say people should go with their gut and not worry about it too much.
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 250 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 5 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.
Joe has an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Columbia University.
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