Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

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Puffy is one of the most popular direct-to-consumer mattress dealers in the market now. A proudly Canadian-owned and operated company, Puffy made its name in the bedding market through proprietary foam technologies such as their Cooling Cloud foam and their Climate Comfort foam.

Puffy is still a top-rated North American mattress company that specializes in full foam mattresses. However, they are not the only ones vying to win customer attention. What does Puffy do against other well-known brands? Let’s see.

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Before you go on, you may want to watch this video by Mattress Clarity on YouTube that gives a quick overview. After, you’ll want to read the rest of the article for a more comprehensive review.

The Puffy Mattress: A Review Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Before we get into the comparisons, let’s review what Puffy is as a mattress company. This will give us a better understanding of how it compares to other companies.

Types of Mattresses Available

Puffy has two mattresses available on its website, the Puffy Original and the Puffy Lux. Both mattresses come with a complete run of sizes, from Twin to California King. Both mattresses also share the same construction, save for the Puffy Lux’s additional foam layer bringing its mattress height to 12 inches compared to the Puffy Original’s 10-inch height.

Each Puffy mattress starts with its Cooling Cloud foam, a proprietary foam composition made by Puffy that ensures an even transfer of heat while maintaining a soft plush to better support your body while it sleeps. Climate Control foam and the firm support base are added to the Cooling Cloud foam top. Climate Control foam is an intermediary layer between top gel foam and bottom support base, increasing the mattress’s ability to regulate temperature. The support base is the final foundation of the mattress. It gives it structure and prevents you from sinking too deeply into the mattress. The entire mattress was created with temperature regulation, spine alignment, pressure relief and temperature regulation in mind.

The Puffy Lux comes with an extra layer of foam, the Plush Dual Cloud Foam. This foam gives you two additional inches and helps to ease tension from long days. Both the Puffy Lux, and Original are covered in hypoallergenic and grippy bottom and top mattress covers.

Pricing Point for Mattresses

When it comes to choosing the right mattress for you, price is going to be a major determining factor. Puffy’s price point is in the middle of the spectrum. It is not too costly but not necessarily cheap.

An entry-level Puffy mattress, that is to say, their Twin sized original Puffy mattress, will set you back an easy CAD$750. Be aware that Queen-sized mattresses and beyond will cost you more than CAD$1,000. The Puffy Lux mattress will cost you more than CAD$2,000, and the exact size of the original is also available.

With all the ins and outs of Puffy accounted for, let’s now see how it matches up against some other popular brands online.

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Puffy Mattresses vs. Emma Mattresses

Emma is an online icon, thanks to their extensive use of online marketing. While Puffy is a proudly Canadian company, Emma’s source of their technologies comes from their German-born designs geared explicitly towards temperature control and spinal alignment.

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Types of Mattresses Available

Emma Original uses a proprietary foam technology similar to Puffy. It is designed to provide a plush and soft feel while still maintaining the structure of a mattress. Their memory foam and latex technology are responsible for this hybrid and balanced softness. Their leading foam later used in all their mattresses is called Airgocell and is designed to adapt to pressure to better respond to body movements while sleeping.

Emma’s visco elastic memory foam acts as a second layer between the Airgocell layer and the supporting base layer. This is similar to Puffy’s construction of their Cooling Cloud foam and their pressure release foam layers on top of their firm supportive core foam. Though what’s interesting with Emma’s mattresses is that their supportive foundational foam (the bottom-most layer) has ridges all around its top, which is meant to provide an additional spinal alignment benefit and counter any pressure you put on the mattress.

Emma sells only the original Puffy mattress, unlike other sellers. There is no Emma Lux or Emma Premier type, just the standard 10-inch mattress on which Emma pulls its entire catalog.

Pricing Point for Mattresses

Emma has only one type of mattress so it will be much easier to compare prices to Puffy’s original mattress. Emma makes it easier for customers to test their mattresses. Their entry-level price point starts at CAD$419, compared to Puffy’s CAD$700 twin-sized beds. Even Emma’s Queen size mattress comes in cheaper than Puffy’s twin size.

Also, Emma’s single mattress offering avoids any of the tough higher price choices that Puffy has. You won’t need to choose between a standard or premium version as Emma has backed all its focus on its standard size.

Final Winner

Choice-wise, Puffy does have Emma beat. They have their original and premium versions of their mattresses and additional bed accessories like coverings, sheets, pillows, and even bed bases.

Emma has one advantage over Puffy: the price. Emma comes in so much cheaper than Puffy while delivering close to the same type of premium comfort. Emma has similar customer protection plans, with warranties and trial plans identical to that of Puffy. If you’re a newbie to the mattress scene or just aren’t looking to spend too much on a new mattress, Emma might be the brand for you.

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Puffy Mattresses vs. Nectar Mattresses

We now have Nectar, a proudly New York-raised mattress manufacturer. Once viewed as one of the fastest-growing e-businesses in the US as well as a top place to work, Nectar promises a suite of different mattresses shipped directly to your door.

Nectar has similar foam technology to Puffy, and offers a wider range of mattresses. This expanded catalog will be the difference between Nectar and Puffy.

There are many types of mattresses available

Nectar has not 1, not 2, but 3 total mattresses available on its website for purchase, all with varying degrees of softness, plushness, and even material compositions. Although Nectar already has a clear advantage over Puffy in terms of the variety of options, it is still unclear if more choices will equal better quality mattresses.

Nectar’s first mattress is their original Nectar Memory Foam 12-inch mattress. The five layers of this mattress are similar to the Puffy foam mattresses. The first layer of their mattress is their Nectar Smart Layer, a gel memory foam that helps alleviate pressure with its high-density construction.

The Nectar Smart Layer is then supported by two more foams, the Nectar Dynamic Support Layer and their Stay-Stable Support Layer. These foams help stabilize your body as you sleep, minimize motion transfer, and keep the mattress on the base. All this is enveloped in Nectar’s quilted Cool Cover, which helps regulate temperature, and Nectar’s shift-resistant lower cover, which allows stability by acting as an outer grip to the bed frame. If you’re looking for a mattress with a medium firmness that helps your body to be enveloped in memory foam while you sleep, the Nectar Memory Foam mattress might be good for you.

There is a Premier version of the Nectar Memory Foam mattress that looks similar to the Puffy and Puffylux versions. The Nectar Premier memory Foam mattress comes with all the same features as the standard Nectar Memory Foam. It also comes with an upgraded ActiveCoolHD ActiveSmart Layer that is thicker and more sophisticated. This additional inch of foam brings the total mattress height to 13-inches. This foam is specially designed to help regulate your body temperature and keep the mattress cool while you sleep.

Lastly, the most premium mattress that Nectar has available is their Nectar Premier Copper mattress. The Nectar Premier Copper mattress is a combination of the best features of the two previous Nectar mattresses, and adds thickness to each layer. At 14-inches, you’ll be sure not to be feeling anything but the plushy and supportive mattress. To add to this, the maximum temperature regulating quilted cover is upgraded to include copper-infused threads that help dissipate heat and other heat conductive fibers that keep the mattress cool to the touch.

Pricing Point for Mattresses

If we’re talking about price points, then Nectar comes in reasonably affordable $499 for their Twin sized original memory foam mattress. You won’t need to add too much if you want a queen size and larger, as these mattresses come in at $899 and up.

The premium versions are more expensive and will take more out of your pocket. A queen-sized Nectar Premier will push you back $1299, while the even more luxurious Nectar Premier Copper will cost you $1699. These mattresses are still thicker than those offered by Puffy. The Puffy Lux is still more expensive than the Nectar mattresses in its largest size.

Nectar offers $399 worth of freebies with every purchase. These freebies can change according to the season, but usually include pillows, protectors, and mattress covers. Every purchase comes with a lifetime guarantee, a full year trial, and free shipping to make it even easier.

Final Winner

Nectar appears to be a better choice than Puffy in terms of cost and the sheer number of options that are available to customers. Nectar offers additional benefits that make a Nectar mattress more valuable than Puffy.

The only flaw in Nectar would be the availability of its products to non-US residents. While Puffy exclusively ships to Canada, Nectar exclusively ships to the US. The location of your chosen destination will ultimately determine where you live.

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Puffy Mattresses vs. Casper Mattresses

We had to include Casper. Not including Casper would be like not including Coca-cola or Pepsi when making a list comparing what the best soft drink would be. Despite Casper’s price point being a common comparison for newer brands, it remains one of the top choices for most shoppers when looking for a new mattress.

Puffy makes Casper’s higher prices a reason to choose the Puffy mattress. Will Casper bow out to this newer Canadian brand?

There are many types of mattresses available

Unlike Puffy’s limited options, Casper impresses with four different mattresses to choose from, 3 of them having two variants each. This means that Casper has roughly seven mattresses you can choose from depending on your sleep style and preferences.

Casper’s first mattress is a traditional foam mattress that uses two layers of foam for its total construction. Known as the Element mattress, this is Casper’s entry-level mattress for those looking for something simple with no frills. Casper uses their proprietary Airscape perforated foam as the top layer of their mattresses to better let heat escape while you sleep. Their high-density foam base is below this, which prevents sagging while you sleep and supports your entire body.

Next up on the Casper catalog is the Casper Original. The Casper original uses three different layers of foam now, the first being the classic Airscape foam, which is then supported by their Zoned Support Memory Foam and the standard base support foam. The Zoned Support foam is unique because it is essentially an area-specific memory foam, with some parts being firmer than others depending on which component needs more support (hence the term zoned).

The Casper Original can be purchased as a hybrid mattress. Hybrid mattresses have become more popular because they combine new memory foam technology and the reliable design of inner coils that are better than older mattresses. Casper coils provide support and lift for your mattress and help you get out when you’re done.

These two mattresses are more expensive than any we have seen before. The Casper Nova Hybrid Snow Mattress is specifically designed for heat regulation. Its multilayer foam and coil technology are excited with cooling gels, thermal bands, and even cooling mattress covers to help bring the mattress a much desired cool-touch sensation.

Lastly, the Wave Hybrid is Casper’s premium mattress with supportive sleep in mind. This mattress features the same cooling technology as the Nova Hybrid Snow mattresses. The Wave’s main selling point is the three additional layers of perforated foam. This provides the support you require without feeling stiff. Casper’s premium throughout bed design will provide you with the best spinal support and comfort.

Price Point of Mattresses

Here comes Casper’s most popular pain point: its price. Casper mattresses tend to be more expensive than others. However, the prices for their premium mattresses can sometimes seem ridiculous. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Casper has its entry-level Element mattress at a manageable $545 for a twin size. At queen size and larger, you can expect to spend at least $800 to be able to get your hands on a Casper Element.

Things start to get expensive when you consider the Original, Nova, and Wave variants, as their initial mattresses all cross $1,000 easily when considering a queen-size mattress. This number doubles for the Nova and Wave variants, with the King size reaching about $4,500 for the Wave mattress.

Final Winner

Puffy is the clear winner here because of its simplicity and price. It won’t make sense for people on a budget to spend close to double for a Casper mattress when they can get a mattress that is just as good (or better at times) for a much more manageable price.

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Puffy Mattresses vs. Nolah Mattresses

Nolah, another American-owned mattress company, specializes in hybrid and foam mattresses. Nolah does not use outdated materials like the old memory foam and pure foam latex but rather their patented AirFoam mattress layers for all their mattresses. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Nolah’s foam claims to be 100 percent temperature neutral, providing better pressure relief for your joints. Let’s see how this compares to the mattresses Puffy has on offer.

There are many types of mattresses available

Nolah offers three different mattresses: the Noah Original 10-inch, Nolah Signature 12-inch and the Nolah Evolution 15-inch. The Signature and the Original share many similarities in construction as they are both fully foam mattresses. The Nolah Evolution proves to be the outlier as it is hybrid in design and uses Nolah’s bed inner-coil configuration.

Signature and Original mattresses have the same three layers of foam. The first is Nolah’s AirFoam, which provides temperature regulation and pressure relief. These functions are further supported by the two additional layers of foam, the Deep Resilience Foam and High-Density Base Foam. Signature mattresses have extra thickness in their foam layers, and an additional firm AirFoam layer underneath the base foam. This allows you to easily adjust how firm or soft you would like your mattress to feel. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Nolah’s Evolution mattress is Nolah’s best-selling model. This is due to the HDMax Eco Support Coils Nolah created to provide better pressure relief, additional cooling, and structural support around the edges.

Pricing Point for Mattresses

Despite being one of the newer direct-to-consumer mattresses out there, Nolah prices close to how higher-end mattress dealers price their mattresses. The starting Queen size Original mattress costs $899, and the Nolah Evolution doubles that to $1600. Although it’s not as expensive as Purple or Casper, it’s still not a bargain.

Final Winner

Nolah is still cheaper than Puffy, despite being more expensive in the price range. Nolah’s variety of options to pick also helps its case as the better mattress dealer, but you’ll need to be located in the United States if you want to enjoy their range of mattresses.

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Puffy Mattress vs. DreamCloud Mattress

DreamCloud mattresses, our final contender, are luxuriously designed without exceedingly high prices. Specializing in hybrid mattresses, DreamCloud has endeavored to be an accessible brand for all while providing the same quality you can expect from legacy mattress brands. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Let’s take a look at what DreamCloud has to share.

There are many types of mattresses available

DreamCloud has three mattresses that they sell on their website, the DreamCloud original, their higher-end DreamCloud Premier, and the DreamCloud Premier Rest. Each bed uses similar hybrid construction of coil and foam, with the higher-end models adding more layers and thickness to the composition.

The DreamCloud original, and by extension the rest of the DreamCloud series of mattresses, start with five essential layers to how their mattresses are made up. The first layer is their gel memory foam made to contour to your body while you rest. This is then supported by their Sink-In-Just-Right layer, the Targeted Support Coil layer, and the essential base foam layer, which all help the top layer provide optimum comfort without sacrificing support. This is all enveloped with their top layer of cashmere-quilted top mattress layer to give a nice soft and cooling touch when you lay on the mattress. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

The DreamCloud Premier and Premier Rest are the same mattresses, adding additional layers of foam and taller support coils. The Premier Rest gives the Premier Rest a higher height. This is the main difference between the two mattresses. Every Premier version includes pressure-relieving foam layers as well as enhanced support layers. All designed to provide maximum comfort.

Price Point of Mattresses

DreamCloud has three mattress options, each with varying quality. However, their entry-level pricing is $699 for the Twin size original mattress. Although some DreamCloud models can be quite expensive, they don’t exceed $2,000 in price. This says a lot for a mattress brand that makes a more complicated hybrid mattress approach without raising prices too much. Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Every purchase comes with $399 worth goods such as additional pillows, mattress protectors and sheets. Coupled with a lifetime warranty and a full-year worth of no-strings-attached sleep trial, you can literally rest easy with your DreamCloud purchase.

Final Winner

DreamCloud’s mattresses are more flexible and supportive than traditional memory foam mattresses Puffy, while still being affordable. We recommend that you try one if you are in DreamCloud’s serviceable regions.

In Summary Nolah Signature Vs Puffy Lux

Puffy seems to be right about the claim that it is more affordable than Casper in terms of price. Compared to what other brands are currently doing now, Puffy appears to be lagging in terms of price, functionality, and reach.

If you’re a Canadian resident, Puffy is sure to be on your list of go-to brands for mattresses. But if you’re a US resident, you won’t be able to get Puffy to your doorstep anyway, so we recommend going with another brand that services the US directly. DreamCloud’s innovative hybrid technologies are what we think would be the best among all brands. We recommend visiting their website if you’re looking for a mattress.

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