We compared Casper's foam mattress to its new hybrid mattress to determine which bed you should buy
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- Casper established itself as one of the best mattress brands thanks to its excellent customer service, 100-night risk-free trial, and 10-year warranty.
- The company recently updated its flagship all-foam Casper mattress and introduced the Casper Hybrid mattress, which has four foam layers along with inner springs.
- Though I preferred the Casper Hybrid because it was more comfortable for my body type and sleeping style, I think most people will prefer the Casper flagship mattress because of its superior edge support, motion transfer isolation, and lower price.
- You can buy the flagship Casper mattress for $695 (Twin) to $1,495 (King and Cal King), and the Casper Hybrid mattress for $850 (Twin) to $1,895 (King and Cal King). If you use the code INSIDER, you'll get $100 off.
- For more buying advice, check out our guide to the best mattresses and our reviews of the Hybrid and flagship Casper mattresses.
A good mattress will last you for decades, and you'll spend a third of your daily life on it. When considering such an important purchase, you should be able to spend significant time sleeping on the mattress. Fortunately, Casper allows you to test drive all of its mattresses for 100 nights risk-free, and the company now has samples all over the country - at Target and in their own brick-and-mortar stores - for you to see and feel in person.Recently, Casper updated its flagship mattress and introduced the Casper Hybrid mattress. The updated flagship Casper features a new zoned support foam layer that focuses on providing pressure relief and support that is firmer under the hips and softer under the shoulders.
The new Hybrid also has the zoned support layer along with the other three foam layers found in the updated Casper. What sets the Casper Hybrid apart is its individual coil springs designed to provide added lift and increased airflow.
Casper recently sent me both mattresses to test. Each has weaknesses and advantages. Below, we compare the updated all-foam Casper mattress to the Casper Hybrid mattress in a few key categories: price, style, return policy, warranty, set-up process, comfort, edge support, and motion transfer.
Keep scrolling to see how the flagship Casper mattress and Hybrid mattress compare:
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