Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

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Puffy is a leading direct-to-consumer mattress dealer in the country. 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.

While Puffy remains one of the premier North American mattress deals that specialize in fully foam mattresses, they are by far not the only players vying for 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. Afterward, you’ll want to read the rest of the article for a more comprehensive review.

The Puffy Mattress: A Review Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

Before getting into any of the comparisons, it’s good to review the ins and outs of Puffy as a mattress company, so we have a better sense of how it stacks up compared to the competition.

Types of Mattresses Available

Puffy has two mattresses available on its website, the Puffy Original and the Puffy Lux. The mattresses are available in a variety of sizes from Twin to California King. The construction of both mattresses is identical, except for the Puffy Lux’s extra foam layer that raises its mattress height to 12 inches (compared to the Puffy Original’s 10 inches).

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. Assisting the Cooling Cloud foam top layer are Climate Control foam and the pressure-relieving firm support base. The Climate Control foam acts as an additional intermediary between the top gel foam and the bottom support base while increasing the mattresses’ ability to regulate body 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 has an additional layer of foam, the Plush Dual Cloud foam, giving you two extra inches of foam and helping you ease built of tension in your pressure points from a long day out. The Puffy Lux and the Puffy Original are wrapped in a hypoallergenic and grippy top and bottom mattress cover, respectively.

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. But be warned that entering the Queen sizes and onwards will have you break the bank with over CAD$1,000 in costs. 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 a common sight online these days, especially recently through their rigorous usage 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.

Will this European-designed bed be able to ship anywhere?

There are many 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. This hybrid and balanced softness can be attributed to their memory foam and latex foam technologies. Airgocell, their leading foam used in all of their mattresses, is their most recent innovation. It is made to adapt to pressure and respond to the body’s movements while you sleep.

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. Emma’s mattress’s supportive foundational foam, the bottom layer, has ridges around it. This is to help with spinal alignment and counter any pressure.

Unlike Puffy, Emma only sells the original version of their popular mattress. Emma does not sell Emma Lux or Emma Premier types, but the standard 10-inch mattress Emma uses to pull 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 certainly makes it much easier for new customers to try out their mattresses as their entry-level price point is at a low 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. Emma has made it so that you don’t have to choose between the standard and premium versions.

Final Winner

Puffy has Emma beat when it comes to choice. They have their original and premium versions of their mattresses and additional bed accessories like coverings, sheets, pillows, and even bed bases.

But Emma does have one advantage on their side: price. Emma comes in so much cheaper than Puffy while delivering close to the same type of premium comfort. Emma offers similar customer protection plans with the same warranties and trial plans as Puffy. Emma may be the right brand for you if you are new to the mattress market or don’t want to spend too much.

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Puffy Mattresses vs. Nectar Mattresses

We now have Nectar, a proudly New York-raised mattress manufacturer. Nectar is a company that promises to deliver a range of mattresses directly to your home. It was once regarded as one of America’s fastest-growing ebusinesses.

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.

Types of Mattresses Available

Nectar offers 3 mattresses on its website. Each mattress can be purchased with different degrees of softness, plushness and 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 original 12-inch Nectar Memory Foam mattress was their first 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 supported by two additional foams: the Nectar Dynamic support Layer and their Stay Stable Support Layer. Both assist in stabilizing your body while you sleep, minimizing any motion transfer, and keeping the mattress in place on the bed base. This is all wrapped in Nectar’s quilted Cool Cover that regulates temperature and Nectar’s shift-resistant lower covering, which provides stability by securing the mattress to the bed frame. The Nectar Memory Foam mattress may be a good choice if you are looking for a mattress that is medium-firm and allows your body to be wrapped in memory foam as you sleep.

The Nectar Memory Foam mattress has a premier version, akin to the Puffy and Puffy Lux 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. The total height of the mattress is now 13 inches. It is specifically designed to further assist in keeping the mattress cool and regulating your body temperature 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.

Price Point of Mattresses

Nectar’s Twin-sized memory foam mattress is priced at a reasonable $499. These mattresses are available in a full size or larger at an additional $899.

Getting any of the premium versions will be a bit heavier on the pocket, naturally. 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 may change depending on the season but typically include mattress covers, protectors, and pillows. Every purchase comes with a lifetime guarantee, a full year trial, and free shipping to make it even easier.

Final Winner

Nectar seems to have Puffy beat in terms of price and sheer options available to shoppers. Even the value of each purchase of a Nectar mattress is better by comparison as Nectar throws in additional freebies on top of the purchase itself.

Nectar’s only problem would be its inability to sell products to residents outside the US. Puffy ships only to Canada; Nectar ships only 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. Casper was not included in a comparison of the best soft drinks. Casper’s high price is a common comparison with newer brands but it remains a top choice for many shoppers looking for a mattress.

Puffy uses Casper’s higher price points as a clear point to try out the cheaper Puffy mattress. Will Casper bow out to this newer Canadian brand?

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. Casper offers seven different mattresses, with three of them having two variants each.

Casper’s first mattress, a traditional foam mattress, uses two layers of foam to construct its entire construction. This is Casper’s entry level mattress. It is known as the Element mattress. Casper’s Airscape perforated foam is used as the top layer on their mattresses. This allows heat to escape better while you sleep. Below this is their high-density foam base that prevents sagging and supports your whole body while you rest.

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 in that it is an area-specific memory foam. This means that certain parts are firmer depending on what component requires more support.

What’s interesting is that you can get the Casper Original as a hybrid mattress. Hybrid mattresses are more popular these days as they combine the new memory foam technology with the consistently improved and reliable design of inner coils you may be used to in older mattresses. These Casper coils add lift to your bed and structural support to help you stay in bed when you need to and get out of it when you’re done.

The following two mattress types are much more premium than what we’ve seen previously. The Casper Nova Hybrid Snow Mattress is specifically designed for heat regulation. The mattress’s multilayer foam and coil technology is enhanced with cooling gels and thermal bands.

The Wave Hybrid, Casper’s premium mattress that offers supportive sleep, is the last. 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.

Pricing Point for 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. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

Casper has its entry-level Element mattress at a manageable $545 for a twin size. Casper Element mattresses in queen sizes and larger will cost you at least $800.

The Original, Nova and Wave variants are all expensive. A queen-sized mattress is not cheap, so they cost over $1,000. This number doubles for the Nova and Wave variants, with the King size reaching about $4,500 for the Wave mattress.

Final Winner

It’s easy to say Puffy wins out here for its simplicity and its price point. 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 is another proudly American mattress company that specializes in both foam mattresses and hybrid mattresses. Nolah doesn’t use old materials such as pure foam latex and memory foam, but instead uses their AirFoam mattress layers. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

Nolah’s foam is stated to be 100% temperature neutral and provides better pressure relief for your joints. Let’s compare this to the Puffy mattresses.

There are many types of mattresses available

Nolah has three distinct mattresses on offer, the Noah Original 10-inch, the upgraded Nolah Signature 12-inch, and the luxury Nolah Evolution 15-inch mattress. Both the Original and the Signature share many of the construction designs as both are fully foam mattresses. The Nolah Evolution is a hybrid design that uses Nolah’s 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. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

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.

Price Point of 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. While it is not as bad as brands like Casper or Purple, it certainly isn’t a bargain by any means.

Final Winner

Despite being higher in the price range, Nolah still comes out cheaper in entry compared to Puffy. 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. DreamCloud is a hybrid mattress brand that specializes in providing quality mattresses at affordable prices. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

Let’s see what else DreamCloud has to offer.

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.

Five essential layers are required to make the DreamCloud original and all DreamCloud mattresses. The first layer is their gel memory foam made to contour to your body while you rest. The second layer is their Sink-In-Just-Right layer. This layer supports the essential base foam layer. These help provide optimal 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. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

The DreamCloud Premier Rest and DreamCloud Premier Rest are identical mattresses. They have additional layers of foam and higher 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. Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

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. If you’re part of DreamCloud’s serviceable areas, we would highly suggest trying one out for you.

In Summary Tuck Nolah Vs Puffy

It seems that Puffy is correct about its claim of being more accessible in price than Casper. Puffy seems to be behind other brands in terms of functionality, price, and reach.

If you’re a Canadian resident, Puffy is sure to be on your list of go-to brands for mattresses. Puffy won’t deliver to the US if you are a US citizen. We recommend that you choose another brand that serves 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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