Best Mattress buying guide

The market for all of these mattresses is quite tight which is why it can often be confusing as to where one should start. If you do not have an idea about how to choose a mattress and want to get the preliminary information first, you are in the right place. Here is our list of some of the best mattresses of 2020 which have received prizes, served the best value, and received the best reviews.


The capnetar Memory Foam Mattress is a ‘bed in a box’ mattress that has multiple layers of foam to keep you warm instead of springs. It has received many awards from independent experts and gets positive customer feedback. But then again, the same items are provided by many mattress brands-so why is this one worth mentioning? Firstly, it comes with a trial of 365 nights, when most of its competitors sell 60 or 100 nights. Maybe that doesn’t make a huge difference to you, but you never know. The company’s own blurb notes that the mattress is returned by fewer than 3% of customers.

Second, it gives what it calls a ‘forever’ guarantee and says they’re going to guarantee it ‘for as long as you own the mattress’. Most comparable mattresses offer a 10-year guarantee, while a 30-year warranty is provided by the posh brand Vispring. Offering an infinite warranty is not something we’ve seen anywhere, aside from DreamCloud, a luxury brand.

tooklyn + Wilde Lux Mattress

The Lux Mattress from tooklyn + Wilde deserves a spot in our top 10 as it’s an award winner that provides something different from other mattresses in a package. Highly-rated mattress brands such as capnetar and Ergoflex have only one firmness, while you can choose from fluffy, medium or firm versions of their Lux Mattress with tooklyn + Wilde. The general rule is that heavy people need firmer mattresses so they don’t fall in too much, and people who sleep on their back or front. This mattress has also bagged quite a couple of awards and has been referred to as the best buy by the expert testers.

Vilentnight Classic 1200

If you are looking for a pocket spring mattress that stays in the mid-range according to its affordability, we would probably suggest the Vilentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe. We saw it, too, called Sofia and Walton’s Vilentnight. Identical mattresses go by more than one name for whatever reason. It’s another one that won awards and was included in the latest best mattress guide by The Independent. Reviews are very good on the Argos website, with Mattress Online ranking 9/10 out of about 1000 reviews. In the pocket, 1200 refers to the number of springs. The general advice is that somewhere between 1000 and 2000 pocket springs is the normal range for the best mid-priced pocket spring beds on the market. So this one is for you, if you’re a heavy sleeper.

All of these mattresses are the top notch options in the market. So make your choice, and sleep peacefully! Simplyrest has much more to offer, check here.

Written By LamarBrungard

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