The Tuft & Needle is fairly firm (certainly firmer than most of the bed-in-a-box competitors). I would put it at a 7.5/10 on the firmness scale, with 10 being the most firm.
As you can see, the mattress performs very well in the motion transfer test. I was pushing fairly aggressively close to the bottle, and it still remained upright – with only some slight movement. I think that most couples will be totally fine with the motion transfer aspect of this mattress.
Overall I think the Tuft & Needle is a good mattress, and at the price point, I definitely recommend it for a budget shopper. Check out my Tuft and Needle review for my experience.
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