Tomorrow Sleep vs. Casper

Today in this Tomorrow Sleep vs Casper review, we’ll be comparing Tomorrow Sleep, a coil and memory foam hybrid with the updated version of the Casper mattress that recently hit the market with its innovative design and more than a reasonable price.

One combines coil system foundation with several layers of comfort foams and offers two firmness options to choose from for a better feel while the other is an all foam universal feel mattress designed to appeal to a wide range of sleepers with different sleep preferences.

Both feature top engineering and high-end materials to provide extraordinary comfort and support necessary for a quality and sound night’s sleep, but which one would be a better pick for you?

Keep reading and you’ll find out.

 

Tomorrow Sleep

Construction and Materials

The Tomorrow Sleep mattress is a 10″ hybrid pocketed coil and foam mattress made up of 4 layers. It comes in 2 firmness options Medium Soft and Medium Firm, and the one we tested is Medium Soft.

  • 1″ Comfort Layer – This layer is 1″ of 4.8lb Visco Elastic memory foam designed to distribute your body weight and provide pressure relief. It is coated with phase-change temperature regulating material that pulls the heat away or keeps it close to your body.
  • 2″ Support / Cooling Layer – This layer is 2″ of 2.5lb gel infused memory foam that provides additional support to your body and reduces heat retention.
  • 6″ Support Layer – This layer is made up of 6″ of pocketed innerspring coils and a 3″ thick ventilated side rail system around the coils that promotes airflow through the sides of the mattress for additional cooling.
  • 1″ Foundation Layer – This layer is 1″ of high-density base foam that serves as the foundation for the coil system.

    Tomorrow Sleep mattress layers

    Tomorrow Sleep mattress layers

The cover is made from phase-change temperature regulating material with a breathable open weave, and a smooth and soft finish that adds to the comfort and airflow.

Firmness and Support

Tomorrow Sleep comes in two firmness options, and the Medium Soft model that we tested scores 5-6 out of 10, with 10 being the firmest. Its top comfort layer provides a soft luxurious feel, and the underlying coils and foam provide good support underneath which makes this mattress ideal for heavier sleepers.

The Tomorrow Sleep mattress offers good support in all sleeping positions. It provides you with enough give in the top comfort layer to support your hips and shoulders, and with enough firmness when you switch to your back or stomach.

Comfort

The Tomorrow Sleep offers a lot of comfort as well. Coils combined with the gel memory foam top layer offer good push-back and bounce, and provide your body with a nice contour and hug. This mattress is supportive and allows you to sleep soundly in all sleeping positions, while the soft cover keeps you cool and adds to the comfort.

Tomorrow Sleep mattress, king size

Tomorrow Sleep mattress, king size

Sleeping Hot

The Tomorrow Sleep does a good job in reducing heat due to the gel foam layer in the top comfort layer combined with the phase-change material in the covers. The nature of its innerspring coils allows good airflow, and perforated edge panels around the coils contribute to this.

Sinkage and Motion Transfer

With the Tomorrow Sleep, sinkage is reduced to the minimum although it is only 10″ in height. The support coils regulate sinking, while the edge support layer incorporated within this mattress provides a good edge support and prevents you from rolling off of the bed. As it is a hybrid coil mattress, it has a certain degree of motion transfer, but nothing too extreme like it is the case with some competing beds.

tomorrow sleep mattress review

Tomorrow Sleep mattress profile

Smell / Off-Gassing

The Tomorrow Sleep gets high marks for not having any noticeable smell upon opening the box. Hybrid coil/foam construction of this mattress minimizes the degree of off-gassing that all foam mattresses usually have.

Customer service:

  • 365 night trial period
  • 10-year Warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • American made at the Serta manufacturing facility.

Price

The Tomorrow Sleep is very reasonably priced, and you can get a Queen size for $865 after clicking here and using our $125 off code: MFT125. This is an excellent price given the quality of materials used in this mattress.

Click here to read the full Tomorrow Sleep mattress review.

 

Casper

Construction and Materials

The Casper mattress is a 10″ all foam mattress made up of 4 layers:

  • 1.5″ Top Comfort Layer – This layer is 1.5″ of open cell foam designed to provide cooling and comfort to the mattress.
  • 1.5″ Response Layer – This layer is 1.5″ of responsive memory foam which provides bounce and responsiveness.
  • 1.5″ Support Layer – This layer is 1.5″ of Zoned Support memory foam, which provides primary support and multi-regional zoned support to the areas of body where it is needed most including back, hips, and shoulders.
  • 5.0″ Foundation Layer – This layer is 5″ of durable support foam that acts as the foundation and provides deep compression support.

The cover of the Casper mattress is made of a soft polyester blend. It is thick and snaps back into place quickly and won’t bunch up when you move around at night. It is removable as well so that it can be taken off and cleaned.

The exterior small dimples give the mattress a good feel and aid in breathability and increased airflow through its various layers.

Firmness and Support

While the Tomorrow Sleep is offered in 2 firmness options, the Casper mattress comes in one universal firmness option designed to appeal to around 80% of sleepers, and we rate it at a 6.5 out of 10 (10 being the firmest).

Unlike the original Casper we reviewed that incorporated latex in its comfort layers, this one has a more supportive, faster response top comfort layer made of responsive foam.

The underlying comfort and support foam layers provide the body contouring and “sinking in” sensation that memory foam is normally known for, without being too soft and causing us to sink down too much and feel trapped in foam.

This mattress also provides enough support in the comfort layers without making Andrew sink all the way down through them and come to rest on the base and core support layers beneath as this updated version is also much denser and better made.

Casper mattress corner view

Casper mattress corner view

It does a great job of providing body hug and contour without causing you to feel trapped in foam, and it is supportive enough for all sleeping positions. It has enough give in the top comfort layer to support your shoulders and hips and enough firmness if you switch to your stomach and back.

As I have already mentioned, this mattress now includes Zoned Support which provides your body with optimal support in the areas where it is needed most such as your hips, back, and shoulders.

Comfort

The new Casper mattress is much more comfortable than its predecessor which is largely due to the removal of the latex layer and including highest-quality foam layers.

The open cell foam used in the top comfort layer provides cooling and breathability and makes the mattress feel very comfortable for all types of sleepers.

The layer of responsive foam provides enough bounce and responsiveness needed when switching positions during the night and supporting your weight with ease, especially if you are a heavier sleeper like Andrew (230lbs) without causing too much motion transfer. All this makes this mattress excellent for sex as well.

The Casper has that classic memory foam body contouring and hug feel without causing the “sinking down into a hole” feel that traditional memory foam mattresses often tend to cause.

Although some review sites describe the Casper as being firm, we feel it is of perfect firmness with its responsive memory foam providing necessary bounce and responsiveness while cradling your body and creating that well-known feeling of hug typical for memory foam.

All in all, the new Casper is a comfortable, supportive and cool sleeping mattress that will provide you with a comfortable and sound sleep and the much-needed rest.

Sleeping Hot

Being designed to sleep cool through advanced testing and molecular engineering, the Casper mattress, just like the Tomorrow Sleep, does a great job at not sleeping hot. The open-cell foam used in the top comfort and cooling layer helps promote airflow throughout the night and prevent heat retention.

Casper even went so far as to have the thermal resistance tested by a third party lab, Element Materials Technology, and found it outperformed competitors.

As a couple living in Texas, we are very tough when it comes to beds that sleep hot and don’t do what they advertise, but the Casper does exactly what it says – it does not sleep hot at all. The unique design and construction of this mattress prevents the buildup of heat and eliminates sweating during the night and the feeling of stickiness typical for most memory foam mattresses.

Sinkage and Motion Transfer

Although sinkage is largely weight dependent which means that heavier people will experience a larger degree of it than lighter people, the Casper does an excellent job at preventing excessive sinkage and preventing Andrew from bottoming out the mattress and rolling off its edges even though it is only 10″ thick.

Replacing the latex layer with foam did a great job at making the mattress responsive without causing excessive motion transfer, which makes it especially good for couples.

Casper mattress profile

Casper mattress profile

As mentioned, edge support is also great with this mattress, and better than in most all foam 10″ mattresses we have reviewed. The high-density foams used in its construction do a good job at providing even support throughout the mattress, including the edges and preventing us from rolling off them and Andrew from bottoming out the mattress.

Smell / Off-Gassing

The Casper mattress gets high marks in this category for not having too much of a noticeable smell upon opening the box which most memory foam mattresses tend to have due to their construction and their plastic packages. With this mattress, there was markedly less off-gassing and odor which was rather surprising to us given its all foam construction.

Customer Service:

  • Engineered in-house at Casper Labs
  • Designed and assembled in the USA
  • Compatible with Casper sheets, pillow, duvet, foundation, and adjustable bed frame.
  • 100 night Trial period
  • 10 Year warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • 100% money back guarantee for Returns / Refunds
  • Certi-Pur certified

Price

The Casper mattress is very reasonably priced, coming in at $995 for a Queen, which is an excellent price given the quality of the materials used in the construction of this bed.

You can save $50 on this price by clicking here and using our MEMORYFOAM50 code.

Click here to read the full Casper mattress review.

 

Tomorrow Sleep vs. Casper Mattress Comparison

Below is our comprehensive side-by-side comparison of the Tomorrow Sleep vs. Casper mattress.

 Tomorrow SleepCasper
Layers1″ of 4.8lb Visco Elastic memory foam infused with phase-change temperature regulating material, 2″ of 2.5lb gel infused memory foam, 6″ of pocketed innerspring coils, 1″ of high density base foam1.5″ of open cell foam, 1.5″ of responsive memory foam, 1.5″ of Zoned Support memory foam
Height10″10"
CoverStretchy mix of polyester and nylonThick, dimpled and removable, made of a soft polyester blend
Firmness5-6 out of 106.5 out of 10
SupportGoodExcellent
Motion TransferHigher than in most memory foam mattressesMinimal
Price-Queen $990$995
Price-King$1200$1195
Warranty10 years10 years
Trial Period100 days100 days
Shipping Free shippingFree shipping
Refunds & ReturnsNo100% money back guarantee for Returns / Refunds

 

Which Mattress Is Right for You?

Choose Tomorrow Sleep mattress if you like:

  • Memory foam feel – Memory foam top layer of this mattress provides a good contour to your body and gives you a feeling of hug typical for classic memory foam.
  • Breathable mattress – The innerspring coil layer and aerated side support layer allow excellent airflow through the mattress while the gel foam layer in the top comfort layer and the phase-change material in the covers reduce heat retention.
  • Mattress with bounce – The support layer made of a pocketed coil system provides a good degree of bounce and prevents sinking too far through memory foam layers.
  • Sharing your bed – The Tomorrow Sleep mattress performed well on the motion transfer test, and it is a good choice if you plan on sharing your bed with a partner as your sleep will not be disturbed by shaking of the mattress when changing positions with your partner or getting in and out of bed during the night.

Choose Casper mattress if you like:

  • A supportive mattress – This mattress provides enough support in the comfort layers without making you compress through them, and it is suitable for all sleeping styles. It also includes Zoned Support which provides your body with optimal support in the areas where it is needed most such as your hips, back, and shoulders.
  • Memory foam feel – The top comfort layer of the Casper mattress made of responsive memory foam creates that classic memory foam body contouring and hug feel without causing the feeling of being trapped in foam that traditional memory foam mattresses often tend to cause.
  • A mattress that sleeps cool – The Casper mattress sleeps incredibly cool throughout the entire night. The open-cell foam used in the top comfort and cooling layer works together with a dimpled cover to promote airflow through the mattress, prevent heat retention, and create a cool and comfortable sleep surface necessary for a quality and sound night’s sleep.