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Which Mattress Should I Buy? Lull vs. Casper

When it comes to choosing the right mattress, several factors come into play, including cost, firmness, types of materials and the overall feel of the mattress. Casper and Lull are both high-quality mattresses that can be delivered right to your door (for free!), but since both mattresses are ordered online, customers aren't able to test out the overall feel of the mattress in store, leaving many customers wondering which one is right for their needs, especially since both mattresses appear to be quite similar. While Lull and Casper mattresses may appear similar, however, they are vastly different in terms of construction and overall feel.

Casper and Lull mattresses are both made of foam, both can be shipped to your door with free shipping, they both have the same overall and comfort layer thickness and both companies offer a free trial period to test out the new mattress. That's where the similarities, end, however. If you're considering purchasing a Lull or a Casper mattress and aren't sure which to choose, keep reading to learn more about the differences between these two mattresses, so you can choose the one that's perfect for your needs.

One of the main areas where Casper and Lull mattresses differ is in materials and construction. Where Casper mattresses have a layer of latex on the top, Lull mattresses use a layer of memory foam, for example. This gives the Casper a bouncier feel, as opposed to the more standard memory foam feel of the Lull. This will come down to personal preference, with some people preferring soft memory foam, and others preferring a bit of bounce to their mattress. In addition, Casper mattresses uses more dense foam, making it slightly heavier than Lull, at around 83 lbs vs 77 lbs for Lull. The Casper uses 1.5 inches of latex over 1.5” of 4 lb density memory foam, over 7” of 1.8 lb. density polyfoam. The Lull mattress is constructed of 1.5” of gel-infused memory foam, over 1.5” of latex-like polyfoam, over 7” of high-density polyfoam. While the differences may seem slight, the construction and materials of these two mattresses is very different.

So, which mattress is right for you? If you're looking for a more supportive mattress that can help ease pressure points, your bet bet would be the Lull mattress, which has an overall more supportive feel. This is a great mattress for pretty much any sleeping position. For side sleepers, however, the Casper mattress may be a great fit due to having more of a softer feel and a bit of a bounce that can help relieve pressure on the shoulders and hips. Both mattresses are similarly priced, with the Casper being slightly more expensive starting at $595 vs $500 and up for the Lull.

Still not sure which mattress to choose? Take the quiz below to find out which mattress might be right for you!

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