Leesa Mattress

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Leesa Mattress

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In short, not for me. I suspect Casper isn't either, based on how similar they are.

1. Not enough motion reduction...I bounce my wife around when I switch positions. This is the dealbreaker
2. Virtually no edge support. I expected this, but it's really nonexistant.
3. Is just as hot at the Tempurdedic

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I've been considering one of these. Were you switching from a standard mattress, or had you used the foam ones before?
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Re: Leesa Mattress

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Sounds like a bad stripper name.
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Re: Leesa Mattress

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Tempurpedic. It feels like a cheap camper foam mattress compared to the tempurpedic. 100 lbs vs 230 or so is the difference in weights.

I've had 2 cheap memory foam mattresses, both wore out rapidly with regular use, like within a year, one was a Serra of some kind. The tempurpedic is going on 13 years.

If you arent 200 lbs or more, maybe?

100 days to try.

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Re: Leesa Mattress

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I dont see it lasting 10 years either

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