SleepEZ has prided ourselves for the last 30 years as being the go-to latex mattress company. We get it, shopping for a mattress can be overwhelming and the clutter of advertisements can confuse your buying process. We believe that buying a new mattress should be simple and catered to YOU which is why we have created a mattress comparison guide that compares our SleepEZ mattresses to our biggest competitors. When you see the added value in our products with a LOWER price tag we know you will go from window shopping to a satisfied customer.
|Avocado Pillowtop vs SleepEZ 360 PT|
These two mattresses have the same basic components, with 2 added benefits. The first is the SleepEZ 360 PT has 1″ more latex than the Avocado. The second is the SleepEZ 360 PT is a 2 chamber mattress with a top zipper. The bottom chamber contains a Quantum Edge 8″ pocket coil unit with extra edge support. The top 3″ Pillowtop zippered chamber allows you to customize the right and left sides of the mattress by selecting different firmness of latex when ordering. We call this his/her sides.
|Avocado Plush vs SleepEZ Hybrid|
All the major components are similar, with two added benefits. The first benefit is the SleepEZ Hybrid has 1″ more latex on the top surface. The second benefit is both sides are quilted. SleepEZ Hybrid is a flippable, dual comfort mattress. Choose plush comfort or turn the mattress over for a firmer feel.
|Awara Eurotop vs SleepEZ Hybrid|
Mattresses have similar basic components, with slight variations in construction. The Sleep EZ Hybrid is quilted on both sides, allowing you to flip the mattress for the choice of Plush or Firm comfort. Although these mattresses have similar components, the Sleep EZ is designed with 1” of latex on the quilted bottom and 3” of latex on top compared to Awara placing all 4” of latex on top. Our 44 years of experience has shown us that 3” of latex can create the same feel as 4” of latex, depending on the firmness of latex used. We don’t design our mattresses for marketing hype, we design them for comfort and durability. With our design you get two comforts in one mattress, taking the risk out of buying a mattress with just one feel.
|BLOOM Natural vs SLEEP EZ Natural|
Mattresses are similar as they are classified as an all latex mattress, and not combined with springs or man-made poly foams. Although both are built with 9” of latex, and Joma wool quilted to organic cotton cover the major difference is Bloom is an enclosed mattress compared to Sleep EZ to open zippered design. The Sleep EZ Select Sleep zipper cover allows you to adjust the 3 different 3” layers inside to find your perfect comfort. You can even adjust for different right and left side comforts. These 2 mattresses should be compared directly to the “Zenhaven” latex mattress made with 9” latex at $ 1,899 for queen size.
|Casper Wave vs SleepEZ 360 PT|
Mattresses are similar because both fall into being a “Hybrid” mattress with Pocket Coils combined with foam Cushioning. What makes a mattress with only one comfort cost $1000 more than a mattress with multiple built-in comforts using all-natural components? In our opinion, the answer is marketing hype, middlemen markups, and striving for higher profit margins. Our 360 Hybrid has 7” of 100% natural latex instead of conventional man-made foams of varying firmness. The 360 two-chamber zipper design allows for in-home adjustability for either side, without returning the mattress because it doesn’t fit your comfort. Our design reduces the risk of selecting the wrong mattress.
|Eco Sleep Hybrid vs SleepEZ Hybrid|
Mattresses are similar because both fall into the category of being a “Hybrid” mattress with Pocket Coils combined with only “natural latex foam”. Almost identical in construction featuring flip-able dual comfort design except SleepEZ has ½” more latex. These 2 mattresses can be fairly compared to Awara at $ 1,199 and Avocado at $1,399.
|Ecoterra Hybrid vs SleepEZ Hybrid|
Mattresses are similar because both fall into the category of being a “Hybrid” mattress with Pocket Coils combined with only “natural latex foam.” Although only $104 difference in price the Sleep EZ Hybrid contains 2” more latex, quilted on both top and bottom, and is designed as flip-able dual comfort-Plush or Firm. With more latex, the Sleep EZ is clearly a superior value for less money.
|Essentia Stratami vs SleepEZ Natural 10,000|
In addition to your 30% saving Sleep EZ 10,000 has more latex and features the Select Sleep layered design. You get 12 comforts in one mattress with “in-home adjustability.” Essentia uses the term “natural memory foam” to describe what is actually Dunlop latex. In all fairness, we believe all latex foams could be classified as “natural memory foam” because of its’ contouring qualities, like memory foam. Latex is superior because it is also supportive and memory foam is not.
|Flo Beds 9" vs SleepEZ 9"|
Both mattresses are all latex, top to bottom, edge to edge, and not combined with coils or foams (commonly classified as “Hybrid” mattresses). A major difference between the two is Flo Beds top layer is convoluted with peaks and valleys, whereas Sleep EZ 9” top layer is solid 2” layer. SleepEZ offers the convoluted 2” top layer upon request, at no additional charge.
|Latex For Less 9" vs SleepEZ 2-in-1|
Both mattresses are all latex, top to bottom, edge to edge, and not combined with coils or foams (commonly classified as “Hybrid” mattresses). No major differences here except Sleep EZ 20% savings, and that Sleep EZ has been around for 44 years and Latex for Less in new on the scene. Both mattresses contain 100% natural Dunlop and Talalay latex.
|My Green Mattress - Hope Latex vs SleepEZ 9,000|
Mattresses contain the same amount of latex but have completely different designs. SleepEZ has zipper removable cover to in-home comfort adjustments whereas the Hope latex mattress is completely enclosed. The SleepEZ Select Sleep design takes the risk out of buying a mattress online.
|Plush Beds Botanical vs SleepEZ 10,000|
|Prana Sleep Dharma vs SleepEZ 10,000|
We have chosen the least expensive all-natural Talalay latex mattress in the Prana Sleep line and compared it to our most popular 10,000 all-natural Talalay latex mattress and still come up with triple the price. Here are the differences between the two mattresses, but none that would warrant paying almost $3,000 more. SleepEZ has 1” more Talalay latex than the Dharma. SleepEZ cover is a traditional edge to edge, which maximizes your sleeping surface. Compare this to the Prana inverted quilted cover which upon close inspection you can see the tendency to roll off as you get close to either side. This is why you rarely see this quilting design used in the mattress industry.
|Sleeping Organic 10" vs SleepEZ 10,000|
Mattresses are all latex, top to bottom edge to edge and made with the choice of either Dunlop or Talalay latex. The major difference is Sleep EZ does not up-charge if you choose 100% Talalay latex. We keep it simple-one price multiple options, mix and match latex types. The “Select Sleep design is built around complete customized comfort. Both mattresses are 100% latex, built with three 3” layers, and encased in a zipper organic quilted cover. The difference is the price.
|Spindle Mattress vs SleepEZ 10,000|
|Tuft & Needle Hybrid vs SleepEZ Hybrid|
Similar mattresses with pocket coils as support but using different foams. Tuft & Needle hybrid uses all man-made poly foams whereas SleepEZ uses the more expensive and longer-lasting natural latex foam. In addition, the SleepEZ hybrid is a two-sided mattress giving you 2 comfort choices in one mattress: “medium plush” or flip it over to the firm side.