Tomorrow Sleep and Sapira are both mattress models sold online, that combine springs and foam. Tomorrow Sleep comes in two firmness options, while Sapira is a model from mattress maker Leesa. In this post, I will go over the similarities and differences among options from the two companies to help you decide which one is better for you.
- All options incorporate springs in the support layer.
- All options incorporate memory foam somewhere in the construction.
- All options sleep cool throughout the night.
- Both offer 100-night trials and free shipping.
- Sapira is a little thicker, at 11 inches, while Tomorrow Sleep’s mattresses are 10 inches thick.
- Sapira is firmer than Tomorrow Sleep’s options.
- Sapira is more expensive. ($995-$1,795 Sapira, compared to $550-1,150 for Tomorrow Sleep.)
- Tomorrow Sleep has a more memory foam feel, while Sapira has more bounce and response
- Sapira has better edge support overall because of its special steel coils.
Tomorrow Sleep Construction
- Tomorrow Sleep uses a similar construction for its Medium Soft and Medium Firm versions, and wraps its mattresses in a cover of polyester and nylon.
- The top layer is 1 inch of memory foam with phase change material.
- Next is a bouncy gel foam. The gel 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.
- Both options have 6-inches of individually pocketed coils as a support layer. The Medium Firm option uses thicker coils.
- A foam side rail system reinforces edge support.
- The base of the mattress is 1 inch of stabilizing foam that the steel coils can rest on.
- Sapira’s top layer is 1.5 inches of breathable Avena foam, which helps ensure cool sleeping and gives the mattress bounce.
- 1.5 inches of memory foam form a layer beneath the Avena foam, giving the mattress a contouring quality and pressure relief.
- A pair of 1-inch layers of stabilizing foam sandwich a layer of pocketed springs, together forming a supportive base layer.
- Both companies incorporate memory foam, but Tomorrow Sleep’s mattresses use it as a top layer.
- Sapira’s top Avena foam layer gives the mattress a bit more bounce and firmness.
- All options incorporate springs.
- Tomorrow Sleep has a side rail system for edge support. Sapira uses a Quantum Edge spring system which actually has better edge support overall than the Tomorrow Sleep.
- I would give the Sapira a slight edge in durability, because of the high-density foams it uses in the comfort layers.
Sapira has more bounce and is firmer than both options from Tomorrow Sleep, which have more of a traditional memory foam feel. The Tomorrow Sleep video below is for its firmer option.
Motion Transfer Differences
Sapira and Tomorrow Sleep both isolate motion well and would be good options for couples. Tomorrow Sleep is a little slower moving, though, giving it a little bit of an edge in this respect.
Pick Tomorrow Sleep If:
You like memory foam– Tomorrow Sleep uses memory foam as its top layer, giving its mattresses more of a traditional memory foam feel.
You want to sink into your mattress– Tomorrow Sleep is softer and you will sink into it more than you will sleeping on Sapira.
You are a side sleeper– Both versions of Tomorrow Sleep are softer than Sapira and will conform better to your contours.
Pick Sapira If:
- You like sleeping on top of your mattress– Sapira is firmer and has more bounce, so you’ll sleep “on” it rather than “in” it.
- You want bounce– Sapira uses a faster responding foam on top, giving the mattress a bit more spring and bounce.
- You sleep on your back or stomach– Sapira is firmer than Tomorrow Sleep, making it a better option for consumers seeking back or stomach sleep support.
While Sapira and Tomorrow Sleep have similar construction and use some similar materials, the mattresses ultimately have fairly different feels. I hope this comparison helped you determine which is best for you. Please leave any specific questions you may 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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