Tomorrow Sleep Vs Tuft & Needle- Which Should You Choose?
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Tomorrow Sleep and Tuft & Needle are both affordable, direct-to consumer online sellers of mattresses, but their mattresses differ greatly in terms of the construction and feel. Tomorrow Sleep offers two firmness options and incorporates springs, while Tuft & Needle is all-foam and comes in only one level of firmness. In this post, I’ll explain the differences in greater detail to help you determine which is a better choice for you.
All options are 10 inches thick.
All options are constructed to ensure you sleep cool.
All options have a high-density base support foam.
Both companies offer 100-night trials.
Both companies offer free shipping.
Tomorrow Sleep is softer (both versions).
Tomorrow Sleep has a more complex construction with more layers.
Tomorrow Sleep offers both a Medium Soft and Medium Firm version, with similar constructions.
Tuft & Needle has only two layers and a cover.
Tomorrow Sleep has springs and a side rail system to reinforce edge support.
On top is 3 inches of proprietary polyurethane-based “Adaptive” foam that incorporates graphite to absorb heat from the body and a gel polymer to distribute the heat. The combination is supposed to ensure even cooling throughout the night.
The second layer, which is the base layer, is 7 inches of 1.8 lb. density poly foam.
Both mattresses are very responsive and compress easily, but Tuft & Needle has more spring and returns to shape more quickly. The Tomorrow Sleep video here is for the Medium Firm option, so keep in mind that the Medium Soft version will be even softer.
Motion Transfer Differences
Both mattresses isolate well and are good options for couples, but Tomorrow Sleep has an edge.
Pick Tomorrow Sleep If:
You sleep on your side– Tomorrow Sleep’s softness helps it conform to the contours of your body.
You want a mattress that lasts– While both mattresses are durable and made with great materials, Tomorrow Sleep’s incorporation of coils means it will probably last longer.
You want to sink into your mattress– Tomorrow Sleep has a quicksand-like feel and is the type of mattress you sleep “in” rather than “on.”
Pick Tuft & Needle If:
You are a stomach or back sleeper– Tuft & Needle’s firmness makes it a great choice for people looking for solid support.
You’re on a budget– Tuft & Needle is less expensive than a lot of competing options.
You like to sleep “on” your mattress– In contrast to Tomorrow Sleep, you won’t sink into a Tuft & Needle mattress.