In the field of online mattresses, Saatva stands apart in fundamental ways. Saatva delivers its mattresses by truckinstead of a box. And even though, like other online sellers, it has rapidly increased its inventory, Saatva remains focused on the selection of “luxury” models that are all costing, with the exception of it’s Youth model, which is more than $1,500 (for one queen size). Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Sure, there’s a range of mattresses that are more lavish than Saatva’s, with more coils and better materials.
But we find Saatva’s mattresses among the most beautiful and thoughtfully designed choices offered by an online retailer.
Over the last two years, we’ve group-tested the Innerspring Saatva Classic, the memory-foam Loom & Leaf, and the all-latex Zenhaven, and they’ve consistently earned a spot as one of our top choices in our guide to the top foam mattresses and the best innerspring mattresses.
We’ve also experienced sleeping on the Saatva latex hybrid and have studied the design and construction of the rest of the beds from Saatva’s line-up.The majority of mattresses sold online are hybrids or foams, which is why this Saatva Classic stands out. It’s one of the few innerspring mattresses that you can purchase on the internet.
Pocketed coils provide this Saatva Classic a good amount of bounce close to the top. A extra soft top makes it more comfortable. As with the other Saatva Company mattresses, the Saatva Classic is delivered by movers, rather than in boxes. Saatva also offers an extensive 180-day trial and simple returns.
All-foam Loom & Leaf is made with denser memory foam than the majority of under-$1,000 mattresses, so it’s less likely to shift in time. It’s ideal for those who weigh greater than 200 pounds.
The thick, quilted cover is more cushier and substantial than the sock-like covers that are found on many foam mattresses, and the cover helps the memory-foam layer underneath feel less soft and squishy.
Like you would expect from an innerspring mattress, the Loom and Leaf is able to limit movement more that an innerspring Saatva Classic.All-foam Zenhaven consists mostly of latex, specifically Talalay latex. It is made from the rubber tree plant’s milky sap. It is incredibly durable. Talalay is less brittle than Dunlop latex and is usually used in less expensive latex mattresses that we’ve tried.
The Zenhaven is also flippable (the Luxury Plush side feels medium-firm, while the Gentle Firm side feels a little more firm), which might prove useful if you’re not certain what you prefer or if your needs change over time.
This is not a conventionally cushiony mattress, however it has a soft cushion, good edge support, and slight springiness.
Because of its robustness, the Zenhaven should work well for those who weigh over 200 pounds. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Saatva’s portfolio of beds-many with a choice of firmness levels and catering to almost every comfort preference-includes:
- Saatva Classic (innerspring)
- Loom & Leaf (all foam)
- Zenhaven (all latex)
- Saatva Latex Hybrid (latex with coils)
- Solaire (a Bed with air chambers that can be adjusted)
- Saatva HD (a hybrid made of latex and coil that is designed for sleepers who weigh 300 to 500 pounds)
- Saatva Youth (a foam-coil-based hybrid designed for kids aged 3 to 12)
We haven’t done a deep dive into the “natural” claims made by Saatva or other “eco-friendly” brand names.
However, we know that the company makes use of thistle or organic wool to act as a flame-retardant (as in contrast to fiberglass or chemicals) with only organic cotton (instead of synthetic blends) in its mattress covers.
Like other online mattress manufacturers, Saatva touts such extras as zoned layers to provide “optimal spinal support”; we’re less satisfied with these features, and more appreciative of Saatva’s customer service that is responsive and its durable coils and foams. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
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Who it’s for:The Saatva Classic will likely appeal to people who prefer a cushy (but not overly bulky) top layer, and the feel of a solid, durable. This Luxury Firm version (Saatva’s “Medium” offer) We tested it is a good choice for the back, sideand stomach sleepers. The softer Plush Soft version is targeted to side-sleepers, and the Firm versioncaters to back- and stomach-sleepers.
What it feels like:We tested the Luxury Firm version of the Saatva Classic – the line’s most popular option-and found it to be soft on top, with good cushioning and bounce. It starts out with an incredibly firm feel however, it begins to soften after a break-in period of a few months.
What we likeabout it:The Saatva Classic is one of the very few innerspring mattresses that you can purchase online without the convenience often associated with purchasing a boxed foam mattress. It is made up of 416 sturdy coils at the base for support, and 884 individually wrapped, more-pliable coils that are stacked over top for pressure relief. There’s also a bit of memory foam included in the mix, however the actual cushioning comes from an inch of polyfoam-and-fiber Euro top (an additional layer of cushion sewn underneath the top layer). The result is a soft and comfortable appeal: it’s a bit bouncy, resilient, and supportive with a softness that doesn’t feel bulky.
We tried the 14 1/2-inch Saatva Classic in Luxury Firm in a 2021 group test for mattresses with innersprings (it’s additionally available in 11 1/2″) It was the top choice, with the second highest number of top-rated scores (nine from 39 testers) in the $1,000 to $2,000 category (which comprised the Avocado as well as the Parachute and the top-ranked WinkBed). Five of those nine testers loved it more than the Saatva Classic better than any of the other mattresses in the same test, including those which cost twice as much as the Saatva Classic. Two of the nine test participants chose it as their second favorite overall.
In the case of the test at home I was looking at the prospect of sleeping in this bed every night. I don’t like an overly heavy bed, and I was pleased that the Classic’s Euro top offered what felt to me like just the right amount of cuddle. The bed has some bounce but not so much that my husband’s tumbling over made me wake up. To me, the buoyed-up feel was worth the sacrifice in motion isolation.
Around $1,600 if it’s not in sale (though it often is), the Saatva Classic is the least expensive innerspring mattress we’ve tested that feels thick and a bit luxe. We also love the fact that you have the option of choosing from three firmness levels-Plush soft, luxury firm or Firm. This means you’ll find the right one regardless of which mattress you’re sleeping in. Unlike the more-billowy WinkBed Another option from our innerspring mattress guide, the Saatva Classic is delivered unboxed by movers (so that the “new mattresses smell” has already dissipated in the factory and while in transit) Also, this “white gloves” delivery is absolutely free. Saatva offers a huge 180-day trial period, and an extended warranty of 15 years.
The things we do not like: If you don’t like the bounce of a mattress, or you’re sensitive to your sleep partner’s movements in bed, you probably won’t like this mattress. Saatva Classic. Although those coils at the top have been individually wrapped, the bottom coils aren’t, therefore, the bed offers some motion transfer than our other innerspring picks including those from the WinkBed. If you don’t like any bounce You’re better off using Saatva’s Loom & Leaf.
It is worth noting that the Saatva Classic also requires a period of time to break in. When we first tried the mattress, in 2018, it felt medium-firm; after a year and quarter later we discovered that it softened little however in a pleasing manner (at at least to me). It’s not an “Soft” mattress However, those who prefer that might prefer the Plush Soft version, which we haven’t yet tried.
While the company claims to have the “active Lumbar Zone” technology for “additional back support,” my spouse (who weighs less than 200 pounds) still craved more support when he was in the Luxury Firm. It could be that he found that feature in the version for Firm but we haven’t tested it at this point, therefore we can’t know for sure. In general, we’re not awed by the zoned technology, because people are of different sizes and heights, and they could spread out in a manner that doesn’t conform to the zoning patterns.
The foam density in Saatva Classic are lower than those in Saatva Classic are less than those found in Loom & Leaf which is the company’s foam-mattress offering. Although company representatives wouldn’t divulge details, we were informed that memory foam weighs at minimum 3 pounds per cubic foot, and that the density of the polyfoam equals 1 1/2 pounds of cubic feet.
This isn’t as great than the density of the Loom & Leaf, but the specifications are standard for an innerspring mattress, particularly ones in this price range. In contrast to foam mattresses, the steel coils of this mattress provide extra support and quilting can help reduce body impressions.
But , as the following Reddit thread indicates, some sleepers have had better luck on Saatva mattresses. Saatva mattresses over many years than others; we believe this is based on the shape and size of the sleeper. Similar to all Euromattress – also known as a pillow-top mattress the heavier you weigh, the more you risk experiencing sagging and impressions as time passes.
So you’ll want to turn your mattress regularly at least once every six months. You should also sleep over the mattress.
Saatva Classic top owner-review feedback
We could find only 39 owner reviews that are of high-quality (those which didn’t appear untrue or unclear, and that were posted recently, in 2019 and 2020). Although the sample size was quite small, we believe it’s worth noting that almost 30% of positive reviews praised Saatva’s customer support. That’s a much bigger percentage than what we’ve seen from other mattress brands online.
We also observed that six reviewers had mentioned sagging as the cause of their discomfort. One of them was weighing more than 200lbs and the other weighed less than that or did not mention. All but one had owned the mattress for over one year by the time of their review. This indicates that turning the mattress is crucial; heavier people who like innersprings may want to consider the option of a mattress made from more durable latex foam, such as that of the Charles P. Rogers Estate SE. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Saatva Loom & Leaf
Who it’s intended for The all-foam Loom & Leaf appeals to those who appreciate memory foam that cradles, as opposed to engulfing them in a soft, slow hug. The more relaxed version may be best for side-sleepers. The Firm version is made for back- or stomach-sleepers. If you weigh over 200 pounds may consider the Firm to be more comfortable than the Relaxed Firm.
How it feels:The Relaxed Firm is a mattress with a moderate firmness that holds you without pulling you in. it’s the firm (which we’ve tested only in a showroom) is much firmer.
We like: The 12-inch-thick Loom & Leaf comes with a durable, quilted, and sturdy cover similar to that you’d find on an innerspring mattress (by contrast, the majority of memory foam mattresses come with flimsier, sock-like covers). The cover is made of foam padding that adds an additional dimension to the usually one-note squishiness of cheaper memory-foam mattresses. I lay on the Relaxed Firm at home for more than one week and loved that it was soft and sturdy but also firm. Our husband who prefers mattresses that are firm and weighs just under 200 pounds-70 pounds more than me-felt it was too soft.
Whereas most online mattresses have a memory-foam density in the 3-pounds-per-cubic-foot range, the Loom & Leaf’s top layer has a 4-pounds-per-cubic-foot density with a gel-infused layer meant to assist with cooling (though cooling features like gel and perforations tend to have minimal impact). The mattress also has a 5-pounds-per-cubic-foot memory-foam layer underneath that top layer. Given those specs, we think this mattress will be less likely to slide or form body indentions as compared to cheaper foam mattresses, even for people who weigh over 200 pounds (though perhaps not for those who weigh more than 250 pounds; read owner-review feedback, below). Like all foam mattresses, this one also has a high-quality motion isolation.
We conducted a test of our Loom & Leaf Relaxed Firm against the Serta iComfort (both are all-foam mattresses, which cost more than $1,000) and found that twenty-one out of 29 users prefer that of the Loom & Leaf. “It felt softer” was the most frequent reason; a few said it was better “cushioned.” When we examined in comparison to the Casper Wave in 2019 the results were split (18 for the Wave and sixteen for it; 16 for the Loom & Leaf). People who went with the Loom & Leaf preferred its “cushier” or “more flexible” feeling or the texture of its quilting; those who chose the Casper Wave described the Wave as having more support and it was more supportive. Loom & Leaf as making them feel more “stuck.”
We also appreciate our appreciation that Loom & Leaf, like the rest of Saatva Company’s mattresses, is delivered in a box, and by moving trucks. It doesn’t require you to blow it out like the majority of mattresses that are boxed; off-gassing will have been done at the factory.
What we don’t like: We wish Saatva offered a firmness level between Relaxed Firm and Firm-the two levels seem at least a few gradations between them. Although it is true that the Loom & Leaf has better edge support than other popular models on the internet (such as the Leesa as well as Casper) Casper), it isn’t as sturdy as a combination (like that of the Leesa Hybrid or the Tempur-Adapt).
Despite the Loom & Leave’s cooling gel and pin core (punctured) design that is featured in the top layer I was able to sleep quite warmer on this mattress which was a surprise since I’m always cold. But given that it was the middle of the winter season, I don’t feel too much. The tiny holes designed to cool the foam could compromise the durability that the foam has, but likely only a little. Since the Loom & Leaf has a top layer of memory foam that weighs 4 grams per cubic foot it should remain more durable than your standard foam mattress that costs less than $1,000.
Loom & Leaf top owner-review feedback
We have only found 16 recently updated, top-quality owner reviews for the Loom & Leaf. Like Saatva Classic, as with Saatva Classic, excellent customer service is a standout in the glowing reviews. In 2019 and 2020 many reviewers described their experience with the Loom & Leaf as “too firm” as opposed to “too too soft.” However it’s difficult to determine its texture. A lot of reviewers did not specify if they had ordered either the Relaxed Firm or the Firm.
We also observed that heavier reviewers tend to describe that the Loom & Leaf as too soft or even saggy. For instance, we found reviews on Reddit about it being too soft or even saggy. Relaxed Firm version being sagging for people who weigh between 250 pounds. If that is your case, look into using the Firm version (though, again, it’s very firm) as well as alternatively, the The Tempur-Adapt (which also has dense foam, but it has a more distinct memory-foam hug). If you weigh well over 200 pounds, it’s time to look into the Zenhaven, which is constructed with intrinsically more-durable latex foam. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Does it merit our recommendation? Yes.
Who’s it for: Its latex foam Zenhaven should suit people sleeping in all positions, but especially those who want a firm cushion, but without that “sunk-in” sensation. It’s also good for all types of people and sizes, including those who weigh more than 200 pounds.
How it feels: This mattress is flippable and has handles that let you pick between two options that are: The Luxury Plush aspect is on the gentle side of the medium-firm range, and is ideal for those who sleep on their sides. This side’s Gentle Firm side offers a slightly firmer feel (the firm claims it’s around 20% firmer, and that sounds right to us).
We like this: The Zenhaven consists of two layers of latex (one that is zoned to provide pressure points and lower back support, though this may or may not be helpful, depending on your size and position on your bed). Latex is a type of foam that comes from the milky sap the rubber tree plant, and is stronger than polyurethane foam or memory foam. Therefore, we think this mattress will prove durable for those who weigh more than 200 pounds.
We love that the Zenhaven is constructed specifically out of Talalay latex, which feels more supple than the Dunlop latex that is commonly used in stiffer, less expensive latex mattresses like the Sleep On Latex Pure Green. Both the luxurious Plush as well as the Gentle Firm sides of the Zenhaven feel supple and not elastic. The bed as a whole is also more comfortable than beds that are mostly made from Dunlop latex.
I slept in the Zenhaven for several months. Personally, I prefer a more pillowy feeling (like it’s counterpart, the Saatva Classic), but the Luxury Plush side of the Zenhaven was becoming more appealing to me. After breaking it in for a couple of weeks, I started to appreciate its supple slightly springy surface as well as its cushioned cradle.
My son, who is 10, enjoys playing on it, and the Zenhaven’s motion aversion doesn’t prevent me from being a bit uncomfortable about that. However, it’s sufficient that I don’t notice my husband’s movements in the evening. Edge support on the Zenhaven is better than that of most foam mattresses, such as the Loom & Leaf.
The husband of my friend, who is just under 200 pounds and is a back sleeper, likes Zenhaven to be more comfortable and appealing. Zenhaven superior to the other mattresses. It is more substantive and more appealing than the memory foam Loom & Leaf The Relaxed Firm and it’s Saatva Classic Luxury Firm.
The Zenhaven is delivered by movers, not shipped in a box, so there’s less chance to release that new-mattress smell in your home. You can choose between the more soft Luxury Plush side and Gentle Firm side Gentle Firm side as your preferences and requirements change, or you just aren’t certain which firmness degree you’ll prefer. Due to the weight of the mattress (the queen is at 125 kilograms), Saatva will send moving experts to help you out by completing a single “courtesy” switch.
What we don’t like:Although the Zenhaven has an suppler feel than other mattresses that are all-latex online but it’s less luxurious than similarly priced innersprings and traditional foam mattress because it’s not typically “fluffy.” The nil 2 (of 29) staffers who liked it better than any other model in our test of 2020 the hybrid and foam mattresses stated that they liked that it was supportive, and that they believed it would last for a long duration. (In the latex category, most staffers in our blind test preferred the PranaSleep Lotus Asana 6 in Plush, which has a latex-polyurethane-foam construction and costs over $1,000 more than the Zenhaven.)
Because the Zenhaven is extremely heavy and has two sides and two-sided, it must be placed on a solid, quality platform bed or a boxspring and frame in good shape. Saatva sells a boxspring foundation (which comes in two sizes) as well as a frame made of steel.
Zenhaven top owner-review feedback
We were able to find only 18 high-quality owner reviews for the Zenhaven-too small a sample to draw any conclusive, objective, and non-subjective information that go beyond the good customer service. However, we did find a particularly descriptive review written by a more long-term owner with no weight (though he did say he was 6 feet 4 inches tall).
He stated that after a year an half, he loved its cushion and durability, but because he hadn’t been rotating the mattressregularly, he noticed a hip impression; when he started rotating the mattress every six months, he said the imprint disappeared. We’ll update this section when we’ve collected more top-quality reviews. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Saatva Latex Hybrid
Who it’s intended forThe Saatva Latex Hybrid is ideal to those who prefer durability over extravagantness. It’s ideal for stomach- and back-sleepers, and for those who toss and turn often. It’s designed to last for most people, not just those who weigh more than 200 pounds.
What it feels like:This 13-inch latex-and-coil hybrid is at the soft end of medium-firm. It feels distinctly buoyant, somewhat bouncy and with some cushioning and the feeling of being cradled. It’s definitely not plush, though, and you’ll sleep better in the mattress rather than within it.
What we like:The Saatva Latex Hybrid is built using high-quality materials and construction techniques. The quilted surface, made of cotton and a layer of wool (a natural flame retardant), is hand-tufted to the layers beneath it. Tufting (commonly seen on upholstery or traditional-style innerspring mattresses) is a type of heavy-duty stitching that binds the layers, which some argue can last longer than glue and avoids the potential chemical smell of adhesives. The peaks and valleys created by the tufting may also help limit any obvious body impressions. This is more than the smooth-topped, sock-covered mattresses you typically see on hybrids that are sold online.
Though most hybrids place the polyurethane layer on top of coils this one Saatva Latex Hybrid uses 3 inches of Talalay latex foam (which is plenty, in comparison to the more expensive Casper Wave, which uses only half the amount). Latex is more durable and breathable than memory foams or polyurethane. Talalay latex, which is also used in the Zenhaven, is a more breathable, supple and comfortable foam as opposed to the Dunlop type that is commonly used in cheaper mattresses made of latex.
Wirecutter supervising Editor Wendy Schley tested the Saatva Latex Hybrid for a few months in her home. She found it extremely supportive and durable. “It feels like it’s floating,” she said. “There’s some cushioning to it, but it’s not luxurious in a soft way.” Wendy found that the mattress had a bouncy, springy feel reminiscent of an innerspring. She was never stuck. However, the latex foam provided some motion-simplification. Its edge support can be described as superb thanks to the thick (13 3/4 gauge) 8-inch coils that run along the edges.
Thanks to its breathable materials (the Talalay latex, cotton cover and wool layer at the top) as well as the coils, this Saatva Latex Hybrid should sleep cooler than all foam mattresses or hybrids made from polyfoams. Wendy, who tends to sleep hot, found the Saatva Latex Hybrid to be considerably cooler than the other mattresses, even though we haven’t tried it during the summer months.
We haven’t seen enough quality Saatva Latex Hybrid reviews to glean any trends, but we’ll update when we do.
We don’t love: Though the coils are wrapped individually, there’s still a touch of motion transfer, due to they’re coils. It’s not as noticeable as motion transfer on the Saatva Classic, but it’s much more prominent than on all-foam options like Zenhaven, the Loom & Leaf or Zenhaven.
A queen-size Latex Hybrid contains 789 coils (fewer than our top hybrid mattresses, such as the the Tempur-Adapt or the Leesa Hybrid, which have around 1,000). When a mattress is less dense than coils, it can mean that the mattress will not adjust to your body. But the resilient feel of the latex layer can make up for that.
As Wendy has experienced that night, as Wendy experienced, the Saatva Latex Hybrid isn’t an an ahhh sort of mattress. It’s as if it’s lifting you up, rather than nestling you in. The mattress may not provide enough cushioning to offer sufficient pressure relief for side sleepers as well as back-sleepers who require additional cushioning on specific joints.
Wendy, sleeping on both her side and back and reported that she occasionally woke up with soreness in her lower back and shoulders following her sleep on the Saatva Latex Hybrid. If you’re looking for something more luxurious, you might prefer the Saatva Classic or the Loom & Leaf (both come in different firmness levels, including ones that feel softer than the Saatva Latex).
The tufting on the Latex Hybrid is finished with attractive yarn tassels. They are pretty, but they appear to be flimsy to the mattress, and some of them on the mattress Wendy tested unraveled after a few weeks. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
Saatva Solaire Adjustable
Saatva’s Solaire is an adjustable air bed made of foam placed on top of air chambers, which can be programmed to the level you prefer using an electronic remote. We haven’t had the chance to test the Solaire yet, but we’ll update this guide when we have. In the meantime, we’ll discuss what we know about the Solaire.
Saatva introduced the Solaire in 2019 to compete with the Sleep Number’s top-of-the-line i8 bed. Along with air chambers and remotes, the Solaire comes with a pillow top, a Talalay Latex Layer, as well as a gel-infused memory-foam layer. It’s also priced at $650 less that the Sleep Number I8.
The remote comes with 50 options as opposed to Sleep Number’s 20 settings, but it’s hard to say whether users really need that many. At a glance, the comfort components look like they’d provide a more-curve-conforming cradle than Sleep Number’s polyurethane foam layers.
However, we can’t know what we’re getting until we lay in the bed. The Solaire’s Talalay latex components suggest long-lasting, but because Sleep Number doesn’t divulge details about the foam materials, we can’t say that one bed will last longer than the others.
No matter if you want a twin or a king size, or something in between you can get this Solaire with any dimension, as the standard model. If you prefer the queen or king and want to upgrade, you can choose the Upper-Flex queen or king, or split king. All of them feature dual air chambers meaning that the sleepers can select their own level of firmness.
The standard model can be used on all bed frames (including adjustable bases). But the Upper-Flex queen and king and the split king option are designed to be specifically compatible with adjustable bases that allow each side to adjust independently.
Saatva Company offers adjustable frames. Saatva Company offers its own adjustable frames, which include the Lineal Adjustable Base Standard and the Lineal Adjustable Base Upper-Flex. With the Upper-Flex frame, couples can utilize the remote to adjust their shoulders and head separately (for instance, one person can lay flat and sleep while the other sits up and reads a book).
The Upper-Flex frame that is designed to fit the split-king Solaire will also permit both to elevate their lower bodies separately. We couldn’t locate enough high-quality owner reviews to list here, but we’ll update this guide when we’re able to try the bed out ourselves and gather additional reviews. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
In May, Saatva introduced the Saatva HD which is a hybrid mattress made for people who weigh between 300 to 500 pounds. We haven’t tried this product yet but we’re planning to try it out in the near future.
Like the Saatva Classic and the Loom & Leaf Saatva HD Saatva HD has a pillowy quilted top layer but the dense underlying foam and coil layers allegedly support more weight.We’re particularly curious about the HD’s pillow top, as experts informed us that, for those who are heavier the top of pillows could be especially susceptible to indentation.
The HD’s other components, however, seem promising as far as durability is concerned: There is a latex layer, which is typically stronger than memory foam, as well as a memory-foam layer, which has a density of 5 pounds per cubic foot (more than the 4-pounds-per-cubic-foot minimum that experts typically recommend for people who weigh over 200 pounds). Furthermore is that the HD’s 12 1/2-gauge coils are thicker than those in the other models of the company and the coils in rival models including the Big Fig.
However, these aren’t the only things that impact the durability of a mattress as well as its durability on its own doesn’t make for an appealing mattress. We plan on investigating these issues further in an upcoming guide to mattresses for people who weigh more than 200 pounds.Saatva “strongly recommends” that you place this mattress on a sturdy platform bed that has vertical center support.
Otherwise, representatives told us that you must buy the HD together with the “high endurance” timber-slat-based foundation.Again, we spotted very few positive reviews from users. After we’ve had enough data to identify any patterns and have the ability to test the mattress, we’ll give an update. Saatva Mattresses Reviews
It’s called the Saatva Youth, the company’s relatively new bed made of coils and foams for children costs more than mattresses for grown-ups. But it’s double-sided, featuring an inner coil sandwiched between two layers of foam which means that the mattress will be able to grow with the kid.
One side of the mattress is designed for kids ages 3 through 7, and it consists of zoned polyfoam with densities that range from 1.4 to 1.8 pounds per cubic foot.
On the other side, designed for kids older than that (the company states that it’s for between ages 8 and 12) the foam density can be as high as 1.5 grams per cubic foot, and is slightly less spongy due to its pairing with the firmer side in the coil. The 13 3/4 gauge coils range from 330 in a twin up to 350 when a twin is XL, and 462 for the full.
The Saatva Youth is 10 inches thick and bunk-bed-friendly-as long as the bed’s guardrail is at least 5 inches higher than the mattress, for safety reasons. For those who prefer natural materials, will appreciate that the mattress is wrapped in a quilted, thick organic cotton cover. It also uses thistle pulp (as opposed to chemical sprays or fiberglass) as the fire retardant. We haven’t yet tried this mattress and we haven’t seen any reviews online. But we hope to assess it for a future guide to mattresses for kids.
It’s called the Saatva Youth The company’s innovative coil-and-foam mattress for kids, costs more than some mattresses for grown-ups. But it’s double-sided, featuring the coil layer sandwiched between two foam layers which means that the mattress will expand with the child.
Its first layer is intended for kids ages 3 through 7 and is comprised of polyfoam zones with density ranging from 1.4 to 1.8 tons per square foot.
On the other side, intended for older kids (the company states that it’s for ages 8 through 12) the density of foam can be as high as 1.5 pounds per cubic foot. It’s also a bit more softer due to it being paired with the more solid section of coil. The 13 3/4 -gauge coils vary from 330 in a twin up to 350 when a twin is XL, and 462 in a full.
The Saatva Youth is 10 inches thick and bunk-bed-friendly-as long as the bed’s guardrail is at least 5 inches higher than the mattress, for safety reasons. Those who prefer natural materials will appreciate that the mattress is wrapped in a thick, quilted organic-cotton cover and uses thistle pulp (as instead of chemical sprays or fiberglass) as the fire retardant. We haven’t yet tried this mattress, nor have we spotted any reviews on the internet.
But we hope to assess it for a future guide on mattresses for children. Saatva Mattresses Reviews