You Might Want To Pick The Casper If:
- You are a combination sleeper. The Zoned Support makes it so the mattress is firmer in the center of the mattress. This makes the Casper feel firmer and more supportive when you are on your back and stomach and softer when you are on your side. If you switch primarily between your back and side, the Casper should be a great fit.
- You are looking for a comfortable mattress. If you want something that offers great pressure relief and a comfortable feel overall, the Casper should work for you. Those who want a mattress with some extra comfort should definitely check out the Casper.
- You want a mattress with a balanced foam feel. The Casper combines memory foam and latex qualities so you get a mattress that is both comfortable and responsive. The top layers let you sink in but you shouldn’t feel stuck.
- You are looking for a breathable mattress. While many foam mattresses are known to trap heat, this shouldn’t be too much of an issue on the Casper. The foams are open-celled so you shouldn’t be sleeping too hot on the Casper.
You Might Not Want To Pick The Casper If:
- You want a very soft or very firm mattress. The Casper is a bit softer than average. If you want a mattress on either end of the spectrum, it might not be the best fit for you. It is neither very soft nor very firm.
- You are a stomach sleeper. If you sleep primarily on your stomach, the Casper might not be the best option. Even with the Zoned Support, the Casper might not offer the support that you need, especially on your hips. Stomach sleepers will most likely need a more supportive mattress.
- You want an innerspring or memory foam feel. If you are a fan of traditional spring or memory foam mattresses, the Casper might not be the best match. It has a balanced foam feel so you won’t get that spring feel or that slow, sinking feel of memory foam.
- The mattress is 12” tall.
- It has a soft, thin cover that allows you to easily feel the soft upper layers of the mattress.
- The soft top layer is 1.5” of a latex-like foam.
- Then there is 1.5” of a faster-reacting memory foam.
- Below that, there is 1.5” layer of zoned transition foam.
- Finally, there is 7” of a durable support foam.
- The Casper is made in the USA.
The table below shows you the current prices for each of Casper’s sizes. They did raise their prices, so it’s a little bit more expensive now than it used to be.
|Twin||38″ x 75″ x 12″||$595|
|Twin XL||38” x 80” x 12″||$645|
|Full||53” x 75” x 12″||$895|
|Queen||60” x 80” x 12″||$1,095|
|King||76” x 80″ x 12″||$1,295|
|Cal King||72” x 84” x 12″||$1,295|
If you are a looking for a bed-in-a-box mattress, you have most likely come across the Casper mattresses. They are wildly popular and have been at the forefront of the online mattress revolution since 2012.
- Comfortable for most sleeping positions
- Softer than many of its rivals
- Quite warm
- Best used on solid base