Tomorrow Sleep and Amerisleep are both online sellers of mattresses that incorporate foam and are available in multiple firmness levels. One of the main differences between the mattresses is that while Tomorrow Sleep incorporates springs, Amerisleep is all foam. This comparison will outline the similarities and differences among these two companies’ options to help you decide which company will give you your best option.
- Tomorrow Sleep has a soft, memory foam feel, and some of Amerisleep’s options are also very soft and responsive.
- Both address sleep temperature issues.
- Both have multiple firmness options.
- Both companies offer 100-day trial.
- Both offer free shipping.
- Amerisleep offers 5 firmness options with different designs, while Tomorrow Sleep offers only 2 firmness levels.
- Amerisleep offers more thickness options and thicker options, with its thickest mattress at 14 inches. Both of Tomorrow Sleep’s options are 10 inches thick.
- Amerisleep runs more expensive. ($849-$3,498 for different Amerisleep options, compared to $550-1,150 for Tomorrow Sleep.)
- Amerisleep sells online and has a handful of brick and mortar locations in Arizona. Tomorrow Sleep is available only online.
- Tomorrow Sleep’s springs help it remain cool. Amerisleep also uses special materials to keep its mattresses cool.
Tomorrow Sleep Construction
- Tomorrow Sleep’s Medium Soft and Medium Firm versions have similar construction.
- The cover is polyester and nylon.
- A 1-inch layer of memory foam with phase change material sits on top.
- Second is a layer of gel foam, providing comfort and bounce. This layer is thicker in the Medium Soft option.
- The Medium Firm option has a layer of memory foam-like “dynamic response foam” under the gel foam layer.
- In both firmness levels, there is a 6-inch support layer that consists of individually pocketed coils. The Medium Firm option uses thicker coils.
- A foam side rail system reinforces edge support.
- 1 inch of stabilizing foam forms the base.
- Amerisleep mattresses range in thickness from 10 inches for the firmest option, the AS1, to 14 inches thick for the softest option, AS5. AS2, AS3 and AS4 are the most similar in construction and contain three layers of the same materials, but in different thicknesses.
- Amerisleep’s cover uses Celliant fabric, a material said to distribute thermal energy in such a way as to help with muscle recovery. The material is used in some athletic clothing.
- All of Amerisleep’s mattresses have a top comfort layer of Amerisleep’s Bio-Pur memory foam, designed to ensure cool sleeping. The thickness of this layer differs by firmness level.
- AS1 and AS5 differ in their middle layer construction. AS5 has under its Bio-Pur layer an additional layer of a special foam that makes it softer and that is not included in other models. AS1 goes straight from the Bio-Pur comfort layer to a dense base layer.
- The middle layer of the medium firm options (AS2, AS3 and AS4) is a supportive transition foam layer. This layer is thickest in AS2 and thinnest in AS4. AS5 also has a layer of this material.
- All models except AS1 have a 7-inch base layer of dense support foam. AS1’s base layer is 8 inches thick.
- Amerisleep has more firmness options.
- Tomorrow Sleep incorporates springs and a side rail system for edge support.
- Tomorrow Sleep incorporates memory foam.
- Tomorrow Sleep addresses sleep temperature better because it incorporates springs, though Amerisleep also uses special materials to ensure you stay cool.
- Amerisleep tries to build more environmentally friendly mattresses by using plant-based materials to cut down on the company’s use of petroleum-based materials.
Tomorrow Sleep’s options are on the softer side, including its Medium Firm option in the video below. Firmness varies more by model when it comes to Amerisleep. Amerisleep’s middle firmness levels are included in the below videos. Amerisleep’s mattresses are a little faster moving than those made by Tomorrow Sleep. The AS4 mattress seems the most comparable to Tomorrow Sleep’s Medium Firm option.
Motion Transfer Differences
The softer options of Tomorrow Sleep and Amerisleep isolate motion particularly well and would be good options for couples.
Pick Tomorrow Sleep If:
- You want to save money– Tomorrow Sleep is less expensive than Amerisleep, and its options are comparable in firmness and feel to some of those from Amerisleep.
- You want spring support– Springs offer a bit more support than foam, and are known to help with the durability of a mattress.
Pick Amerisleep If:
- You want more choices– Amerisleep comes in 5 firmness options, while Tomorrow Sleep comes in only two.
- You believe in Celliant technology– Amerisleep incorporates Celliant fabric, said to help athletes recover, in the cover of their mattresses.
While there are significant differences between Amerisleep and Tomorrow Sleep’s offerings, there’s also basis for comparison. I hope this post helped you determine which company is the better one for you. Please leave any specific questions you have in the comments.
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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