What to look for in a Mattress like Puffy & Nolah

Picking the right mattress is vital: the bed you sleep on impacts your rest and, thus, your general well-being. I always do thorough research before such an essential purchase because I want to know every detail about the product I’m interested in buying. I get useful information from reviews but mostly from people who have already tested the product.

Two items have caught my eye lately: Puffy and Nolah. Each brand presents unique features, and choosing between two modern and competitive products can be a bit of a challenge. So I thought you might find it useful to have a few suggestions on what to look for when checking out these particular mattresses.

The Puffy Mattress

The gel-infused memory foam bed comes in a box. You will love it especially if you are a stomach or a back sleeper. It offers firm support, great comfort and it is more responsive than other similar products. You can check a Puffy mattress analysis here and find out all there is to know about its features, including the technology which helps you sleep cool at night.

And now let me underline what you should know about Puffy before buying it: the mattress is not designed for heavier people – it is only 10″ thick. Also, it doesn’t grant various comfort levels: it has just the medium-firm option. The mattress has no bounce, and you can’t get the “sinking” feeling when lying on it. On the other hand, it grants excellent support for your spine and back.

Look for a larger size when choosing Puffy: even if the mattress doesn’t belong to the luxury category, it most certainly feels like one. You should also know that Puffy has a lifetime warranty and an incredibly reasonable price! Still, you should read the terms of the warranty carefully, as they state that you get a new product only in the first ten years of use if the bed you bought had a defect of some sort. After the first ten years, it’s the company’s choice to either replace the item or fix your old one.

The Nolah Mattress

The bed-in-a-box brand uses a particular type of foam for its products featuring all new traits consumers look for in a proper bed: immediate response, pressure relief, and cooling technology. It comes highly recommended for side sleepers, but it also has a weight limit (it can support 200 lbs. at most). You can see an in-depth review of Nolah that explains each of its features.

As opposed to Puffy, Nolah grants the bouncy feeling some might prefer. It scores well at spine support too; it offers a medium-soft comfort to sleepers and good edge support. I specifically wish to point out the durability and price range for this particular product. Most buyers say they were expecting a higher price for such a well-constructed mattress.

The warranty covers 15 years, and the return policy involves no charge for you if you decide to send the mattress back. You can test the bed for 120 nights before determining if it suits you or not. But if you experience the “sleeping on a cloud” feeling, you will undoubtedly know that you’ve made a wise investment, considering the excellent price of the product.

My final piece of advice is to choose according to your needs, preferences, and budget. Both brands are great options, and you will enjoy many nights of excellent, healthy sleeping on them.

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