Leesa Mattress Review

Disclaimer: I received a mattress from Leesa® to write this post, however, all the opinions, criticisms and observations are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this site possible.

When the folks from Leesa® contacted me asking if I’d like to review one of their mattresses I said, “Oh hell, yes.” (I may be paraphrasing a bit.)

I didn’t need a new mattress but my younger son needed one in a bad way. The mattress in his room was a sad, single mattress from the mid-seventies (I’m not exaggerating there) that we inherited from a friend. We’d just tried it out to see if it worked for him when he was ready for a big boy bed, but now that he’s in full bed mode it’s about time that he had a real mattress from this century.

Note: notice how I didn’t say ‘transition from the crib’ because cribs were a joke in our house. We had one that stood as an untouched monument from of years of co-sleeping, couch surfing and musical beds. Whatever. It worked. We lived.  

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Back to the Leesa Mattress.

It would be no problem for me to try it out. The boys could bunk together and I could test it…. all by myself….in silence…. lying there like a goddamn starfish.

So right off the bat, I’m impressed with this bed. It arrives on my doorstep in a box. No delivery times. No strapping to a roof. Just arriving in a box like the regular old mail.

It’s all rolled and vacuumed packed in the box so it needs a little bit of time to inhale and unfold. The mattress looks really nice so I immediately bagged it in a waterproof sheet – know your life, right?

I made up the bed to look as Pinteresty as possible – it looks like this now – then slept the night on it.

WHAT I LOVED:

  • It’s comfortable! I’m not sure if it was the giddiness of being left the hell alone or the virtues of this mattress but I did have a lovely sleep.
  • It doesn’t smell weird – maybe it’s just me, but I find some new mattresses have a weird chemical smell
  • It’s made from a comfy, firm foam so it’s not really bouncy which I prefer.
  • It’s not springy so no one is jumping on it and cracking their head open when they fall off. Mwhahaa! Sorry, monkeys.
  • They offer a 100-night risk-free trial. So if you don’t like the mattress, Leesa will arrange to come pick it up from your house.
  • They have a nice giving back program – They donate one mattress for every 10 sold, and they also plant one tree for every mattress sold and have pledged to plant one million trees by 2025.
  • The whole mattress is made in the U.S.
  • I loved how it arrived in a box – waaaaay easier that wrangling a regular mattress.

 

THINGS TO CONSIDER:

  • It’s a little pricey but when I looked around I didn’t find It way out of the ballpark with other mattresses. I just don’t buy mattresses very often so I didn’t really think about how much they cost.
  •  It was heavy but, you know, it’s a mattress not a box of candy floss so that’s to be expected. You’d probably need help getting it up a flight of stairs but there would be no yelling, “no, turn and pivot towards me!!” like you do with a regular mattress.

 

In conclusion, I would recommend this mattress. I liked the ease of shipping right to your door and it’s a really good product. I can see why people like it so much.

Feel free to ask me any questions and if you have one, let me know what you think of it.

Save $100

If you’re thinking about one of these, the folks at Leesa also gave me a promo code for $100 off. Just use the code pregnantchicken. I just noticed it’s Canadian though so I’m guessing that would roughly translate to 57¢ U.S. ; ) You guys can let me know.

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