The Sleeping Heavyweight Championship belt is on the line as Nectar faces against the sleep federations best in a free for all duel.
We don’t think so. With so many choices out there, and with the value of the role sleep plays in our lives, choosing a mattress should not be a hasty decision. It needs to be carefully considered because it is not only a financial investment which could set you back a good price, but it’s betting on something which will better your sleeping life, and thus better your waking one.
For this review, we’ll be checking out how the Nectar Sleep Mattress against the competition, so you can better determine if it is really for you.
Don’t wanna waste any time reading? Check out this video by Kelly and Mar from the Nectar Sleep YouTube channel:
Nectar Compared to Puffy Nectar vs Purple vs Leesa vs Ghostbed vs Tuft and Needle vs Cloud vs Bed in a Box
Puffy steps into the ring bringing with it durable memory foam, heating technology. Now our challenger steps in bringing in similar tools.
Although that’s where they draw their strength, there are key differences.
For one, Nectar wins out in terms of value and affordability. You can feel that what you are paying for not just gets put into the thoughtfulness and construction of the mattress, but mixed together, it’s elevated into something special. Kind of like the way the chef would take ordinary everyday ingredients from your pantry to whip up something truly delicious.
The Nectar mattress offers a variety of features which include but are not limited to motion suppression especially useful if you’re sharing the bed) which also compliments the firmness which can be described as a medium in scale with a little sinkage, as well as the cooling innovations which are especially helpful if you tend to get hot.
For side sleepers, Puffy might be the greater option, however for stomach sleepers, this completely foam bed may be not a recommendable one due to one may experience difficulty breathing. And Much like Nectar, it provides superb motion isolation and coolingsystem, is somewhat softer than Nectar’s tough texture, and is made and certified in the United States.
In terms of overall comfort, between the two, they fill our distinct niches. As a result of its medium firmness, those that have bad backs or favor something to sleep rather than in, should go for the Nectar Mattress. If you wish to sleep in your bed, literally, choose Puffy and let yourself be wrapped in bed.
At the end of the day, it’s a matter of preference since they have a lot of similar experts and capabilities going for the two brands. You just have to choose what works best for you.
Nectar vs Purple
Both Nectar and Purple are well known from the mattress world for what they must bring to the table. Or in this case, to the bedroom. Nectar vs Purple vs Leesa vs Ghostbed vs Tuft and Needle vs Cloud vs Bed in a Box
Purple is widely known for their innovations in the world of mattresses whilst Nectar provides an affordable rate for the products which gives consumers the chance to experience a quality bed without making their bank accounts cry.
Much like being given the choice between a classic and damn tasty apple pie, or a fancy mix apple pie that is changing things up with its recipe and construction, there’s no right or wrong choice. It is all a matter of you.
If it’s a battle of price, then Nectar is the clear winner, even against all versions that Purple offers, and that’s not to say it’s low-quality stuff. Nectar just stuck to what it knows and what it does best and focused on that experience for its consumers.
When it comes to sleep temperature, this is where Purple begins to shine a bit more. If you are a hot sleeper, even with its cooling features, Purple edges it thanks to the fact that all Purple Beds just allow more airflow. If this is an important thought for you, then proceed Purple.
And finally, feel. This is where things get a little murkier and come down to personal taste, sleep position, and what it is you define as a “good feel” mattress. Nectar has a firm, medium-firm memory foam resistance to it, while Purple mattresses on the other hand are made from Hyper-Elastic Polymer that has a gel-like feel.
Choosing which mattress has the better “feel” will mostly be up to personal taste of the user as the end result will rely on the sleep style.
To summarize, what you decide will be the better mattress is for you comes down to these variables. If you’re on a budget and like the feel of memory foam, then go for Nectar. In the event you had to think about if you want the feel of memory foam, or if you just know you do not and you have some extra to spare, it’s worth looking into Purple and what they must offer.
Nectar vs Bear
If the last battle had two different sorts of mattresses fighting, this one is a straight-up memory foam vs memory foam commparison, as Nectar and Bear step into the ring. On paper they seem like they are the same mattress, however they do have features unique to them that will allow consumers to decide which one is better for them.
Digging straight into matters, in terms of firmness, they’re actually quite similar. We will say that Nectar is a bit firmer that Bear.
As long as you are indeed looking for a memory foam bed, both will adapt pretty much all sleeping styles without much of a negative. We will say both are great options for back and stomach sleepers. That’s not to say it’s bad for side sleepers, it’s just they’re particularly great for those two styles. In this regard, it’s a tie between the two of them.
Pricing is where things get interesting. In the last few head-to-heads, Nectar always came up on top in this category. However, though they’re both priced the same, Bear really comes out on top if you consider the fact that the brand itself regularly offers discounts to people. It can range from $100 to a $150 off, which in itself already a big thing.
One special thing about Bear though is its Special Celliant Cover. Bear asserts their FDA approved cover helps improve tissue oxygen levels and even improves athletic performance, especially good for athletes and active individuals. We all know sleep goes a long way for active people, but this is taking it to the next level. To be honest, we haven’t tested it extensively to see if it functions, but in any event, it’s there and it does not hurt to have it whatsoever!
In the long run, they are both pretty much alike and are quality purchases no matter what. But thanks to the extra bonus of its Special Celliant Cover, the ease at which you can find discounts and the overall quality of the mattress, Bear, however, has the edge in a number of categories that may give it the slight advantage, especially if you’re looking for slightly softer memory foam. If you want something firmer and you are not particularly active, Nectar is waiting.
Nectar as Compared to Casper
One comes into the ring with excellent pressure relief, value for money, and their amazing forever guarantee. The other includes a brand-new support system with zoned firmness which makes it more flexible than the other.
Nectar and Casper truly both bring excellent quality in this battle of the beds.
Which one comes out on top? Nectar vs Purple vs Leesa vs Ghostbed vs Tuft and Needle vs Cloud vs Bed in a Box
In terms of firmness, both score the same in that respect. Nectar‘s slow responding memory gel is truly good at relieving pressure on your body, while Casper’s responsive top immediately reacts to pressure and springs back up instantly. Casper is definitely the specific choice for the stomach sleepers out there.
Casper is where you go to if what you’re searching for is advanced spinal support. Thanks to its updated Zone Support, people who have spine problems or carry around heavyweight round the middle will surely enjoy the support in the middle of the mattress.
It’s also made for people who like sleeping on top of their bed, as opposed to sinking indoors, as it provides you with a gentle cradling sensation. As such, that aspect, together with its responsive comfort materials and moderate firmness allows Casper the flexibility to shine for most kinds of sleepers.
You would prefer Nectar though if you’re looking for pressure relief particularly thanks to slower-responding memory foam. It also gives you a deeper hug (without being too soft), and combined with its cooling technologies and responsive layers, you should sleep refreshing and happy.
And finally, Nectar truly is of exceptional value. With its high quality of building, great build and texture and how it can cater to a lot of different sleep styles, it’s hard to say no to Nectar. Because of this we’re giving the win to Nectar.
The Last Word on Nectar Nectar vs Purple vs Leesa vs Ghostbed vs Tuft and Needle vs Cloud vs Bed in a Box
Despite some quite tough competition, Nectar was able to hold its ground quite well
So now that we have compared it to 4 of the top brands on the market, what do you need to say? Are you leaning more towards Nectar, or away from it? Did you figure out which of the brands may work for your sleeping style? Don’t forget how good quality mattresses will make a difference, especially the older you get. Also, getting yourself a new mattress can greatly improve your sleep quality.
At the end of the day, more than anything, if you’re looking for a great, moderate firmness mattress that is constructed beautifully, includes a valid forever warranty and not only affordable, but truly value for money, it is hard to ignore Nectar and what it offers.
So what are you waiting for? Now that you know what to do, go out there get to purchasing, then get to sleeping!