Comparing mattress brands is inevitable especially when your hunt for the best mattress has narrowed down to a few choices. Here is a comparison between Nature’s Sleep mattress and the much superior and favorite brand of Tempurpedic mattress. This comparison will put light on the similarities and the significant differences between these two brands. Since they are different mattresses in their ways, a real comparison is not possible. Let’s evaluate the pros and cons of the major features of these two mattress brands.
The mattress brands – Nature’s Sleep Vs. Tempurpedic Mattress
Nature’s Sleep mattress is an all memory foam mattress that is available in various thicknesses and models. Nature’s Sleep mattresses can be an alternative to the Tempurpedic mattress weighing in strongly in prominent features like support for back and comfort. With good edge support, Nature’s Sleep mattress has its market with the mattresses explicitly made to suit the various sleep positions.
On the other hand, the Tempurpedic mattress has all-memory foam mattresses and a hybrid variety as well. The bed is mainly made for back support and is suitable for those with back pain problems. The bed offers quality edge support to have the mattress surface well utilized.
Both the memory foam as well as the hybrid mattresses have shown that they can be good for back support. Choosing the right mattress is entirely upon the person as per preference. It is hard to say which brand has a superior mattress.
Tempurpedic Mattress Vs. Nature’s Sleep Mattress Models
Nature’s Sleep mattress models are of 4 types- memory foam, gel memory foam, pillow top, and sofa sleeper. There are more choices within the memory foam, and gel memory foam mattresses than that are available with the latter two models. The mattress height could be 8”, 10”, 12” and 13”.
Tempurpedic mattress models are three types- Tempur-Contour, Tempur-Flex, and Tempur-Soft. The contour model is memory foam; Flex is hybrid with memory foam and spring coils in them while the soft mattress is the most delicate of all made of memory foam. The selection of mattresses depends on the facts such as the cooler variety, hybrid, firmer or softer versions. It makes shopping easier.
While Nature’s Sleep mattresses are in varying thicknesses with a different number of layers in them, the Tempurpedic mattresses are all 11.5” in width.
Nature’s Sleep mattresses are two layered mattresses with an additional quilting layer of foam with the covering material for a few models. Some of the models are five layered for a more sophisticated design. The Tempurpedic mattresses have three primary layers with the base layer being double layered. The additions happen with the hybrid where the spring coils are sandwiched between the base layer and support.
Both Nature’s Sleep and Tempurpedic have removable mattress cover for most models to make cleaning easier.
The firmness of the mattress changes with the model for Nature’s Sleep while the Tempurpedic offers different firmness levels for a few models.
Tempurpedic Mattress Vs. Nature’s Sleep Mattress Sizes
Both Nature’s Sleep and Tempurpedic mattresses are available in all the six common mattress sizes. Nature’s Seep has only the standard mattress size options while the Tempurpedic mattress offers the additional choices that come in 2 pieces.
Nature’s Sleep mattress- Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King
Tempurpedic mattress- Twin, Twin, XL, Full, Queen, King, Split King, Cal King, Split Cal King.
As mentioned, Nature’s Sleep offers firmness choices between the models and Tempurpedic mattress has option within some model.
Generally, Nature’s Sleep mattress has a firmness of medium-firm with the majority of the models. Mattresses are also available in firm and plush comforts as well.
The Tempurpedic mattresses have different firmness levels with the Contour being a firm mattress, Flex having a firmness of medium-firm and the Soft indeed being a soft mattress.
Overall, the Tempurpedic is leaning towards the medium-firm to firm comforts, Nature’s Sleep is flexible with the comfort levels as you can find three choices and choose the suitable model.
Sinkage and motion transfer
Nature’s Sleep mattresses offer solid support and can withstand any possibility of a sinkage. The mattress fares well against the sagging issues by being resilient and by getting ample support from the base layers to suffer any damage. On an average, heavyweight could cause a dip of 4-5 inches on the mattress surface that can sooner retreat when the weight is off.
Tempurpedic mattresses have a firmer grip on the mattress that lowers the sinking of the mattress. The mattress can firmly press back to reduce the sinkage and retain its shape and quality for a more extended period.
As for the motion transfer, both the mattress brands have quality support to reduce the motion transfer on the surface. The motion isolation is more effective with the firmer mattresses and in comparison is better in Tempurpedic. Though Nature’s Sleep also has solid support to reduce the movements, Tempurpedic is better at it.
Trial period and warranty
Nature’s Sleep mattress does not have a trial period to back up the money that you spend on the mattress. The mattress models are seen in Costco or at Kohl’s where you can try it before you buy it, is the only ‘trial’ that you can get.
Tempurpedic Mattress Vs Nature’s Sleep Suitable frames and foundations
Nature’ Sleep mattresses are compatible with all types of foundations and bed frames. We can use with an adjustable base, platform bed, box spring, slated bed or can also be used on the floor.
On the other hand, the Tempurpedic mattresses are better suited for box spring foundations and adjustable bases. The Split king and Split, Cal King sizes, are made to suit the adjustable bases that also have split options for independent movement on both sides of the foundation
Tempurpedic Mattress Vs. Nature’s Sleep Mattress reviews
The user reviews say that the Tempurpedic mattress is holding the edge over Nature’s Sleep with durability and edge support. Nature’s Sleep might be suffering from being the all memory foam with not having a solid of separate edge support. The durability of the mattress is at an average of 7 years and that too can reduce with the increased weight of the sleeper.
Tempurpedic mattress also has this issue with heavy weight but it can withstand it better to maintain its quality and reliability.
Both Nature’s Sleep and Tempurpedic mattress brands have mixed reviews from the users; the general view is that Nature’s Sleep is comfortable, supportive and is also easy on the pocket. For people who are more specific about their requirement and do not care much for the price over comfort is choosing Tempurpedic. Both the mattresses have its comfort and the goodness in them. The best similarity is that there are not many negative remarks about them.