Casper Mattress Prices
Casper mattresses are not considered cheap, but they’re certainly not the most expensive beds on the market either. They’re fairly priced, and we would consider the bed a decent value, all things considered.
Casper Sleep Element Mattress, Queen, 2020 Model
Casper Original Foam Queen Mattress, 2020 Model
Casper Sleep Original Hybrid Mattress, Queen (2020 Model)
The name of Casper’s mattress game is versatility and its flagship mattress has definitely made its mark on the industry. Since it’s so accommodating to different sleepers, especially with Zoned Support™, there’s a great chance you’re going to love it.
Most side sleepers will notice the classic pressure relief of foams and find that the bed conforms nicely to their curves while keeping their spine in neutral alignment. Side sleepers often experience pressure in their hips and shoulders in this position because their weight is concentrated on a smaller area.
If you’re exceptionally curvier or prefer a softer bed, you may consider looking at the Wave, Casper’s luxury brand that has an advanced support system and is scored for firmness at
Most back sleepers will appreciate the medium-firm feel and extra support beneath their hips that helps keep their spine aligned while the foam conforms to the curve of their lower back. The medium-firm feel should suit a majority of back sleepers who prefer a deeper cradle, though if you prefer a deeper sink, you may want to check out the Wave. For a touch of added firmness, go with the hybrid version of this bed.
Stomach sleepers need a bed that is firm enough so their hips do not sink too low, forcing their spine into an awkward angle. The Zoned Support™ shines for those in the prone position by adding extra foam where it’s needed most for a majority of sleepers.
However, if you prefer extra support or are substantially heavier than average, we might recommend you take a look at Casper’s hybrid offerings.
If you are someone who falls asleep in one position and wakes up in another, you’re not alone. Many sleepers are what we call “combo sleepers.” These folks need to look at versatile brands that ease repositioning with responsive materials and accommodate different positions throughout the night. Casper shines in this area, and we think this is an ideal choice for people who fit this category.
Sleeping partners are very seldom the same size and shape and rarely have the same sleep schedule, so they need to shop versatility, low motion transfer, and edge support. Bounce is also a consideration for those who are sexually active. Casper works extremely well for accommodating different body shapes and reducing the amount of motion that transfers. Couples who prefer more bounce and slightly better edge support may go with the hybrids, though there might be a slight sacrifice with motion isolation.
Casper is an extremely versatile bed among a variety of different weights, though the hybrid selections, particular the Wave hybrid, might be a better pick for those who are substantially heavier than average (over 250) and need a little extra support.
The original Casper is our choice among this company’s line for light-weight sleepers (though those on a tight budget may also consider the Essential.) The graduated foams work to provide support and pressure relief without requiring your weight to push through to the foundation, which is great news for those with below-average body weights who prefer to sleep gently cradled. If you’re looking for a slightly deeper sink, the Wave may be more your style.