|Item Weight||70 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||60 x 80 x 10 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA|
|Item model number||TN23Q|
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Tuft & Needle Queen Mattress, T&N Adaptive Foam, Sleeps Cooler & More Supportive Than Memory Foam, Certi-PUR & Oeko-Tex 100 Certified, 10-Year True Warranty, Made in USA, Rated CR’s Best Buy Mattress
|Price:||$600.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- To Our Amazon Customers: In the spirit of transparency, effective June 1st, we will be increasing the price of our mattress. The new prices will be: Twin - $400, TwinXL - $450, Full - $600, Queen - $750, King - $900.
- Top Rated Mattress with over 90% 5-star reviews on Amazon selected “#1 MATTRESS BRAND” by the leading consumer product review organization in 2015 and rated a “BEST BUY” in 2016.
- T&N Adaptive Foam is a high-grade foam unique to us that’s more advanced than outdated materials such as latex and memory foam which cause you to “sink in and feel stuck” and “sleep hot.” T&N Adaptive Foam sleeps cool, is just the right mix of “not too soft, and not too hard” while still being bouncy and supportive and is perfect for side, back and stomach sleepers. In addition, the award-winning mattress offers great pressure relief and “localized bounce” so you won’t disturb your sleeping partner.
- Proudly manufactured in the USA (not another cheaply made, overseas mattress) and headquartered in Phoenix, AZ - Tuft & Needle is proudly ranked #1 for Company Culture by Entrepreneur Magazine.
- No Risk, Full Refund Guarantee with a 100 night sleep trial and an honest, 10 year warranty you can actually use (no gimmicks). Over 95% of our customers keep their mattress and refer it to others.
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Tuft and Needle is a new mattress company that designs a universally comfortable foam mattress that is No.1 top-rated on Amazon. Exclusively available online and made in the USA, the mattress ships right to your door. No gimmicks, no sales tactics, 100 night trial and easy returns.
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Top Customer Reviews
This mattress is a great mattress. It's supportive and comfortable. I'm very impressed with the quality and value. I'm honestly just really happy with it. I think this mattress would be great for anyone.
It hurts me to write this review for such a beloved product. Literally... I first became aware of this company when a blogger friend of mine wrote a sponsored post. I don't usually pay too much attention to the kind of endorsements you see on sponsored blogs ("they gave this to us for free, naturally we LOVE it"), but I know these people & trust their integrity. So when, several months after the initial post, they wrote a follow up reiterating their praises, I was intrigued. I'd been looking for a new mattress for awhile and this company's origin story was so relatable. I loved their mission, their philosophy, their business model. When I ordered my mattress directly from their site in January, I loved their efficient, friendly, but unobtrusive service. Unfortunately I cannot say the same for the product.
I want to be clear that I'm not disputing the raves others have had. My blogger friends are 20-something skinny-hipsters while I'm a more ample Gen-X type. But three months in, it's become impossible to sleep on. The center of the mattress, while no visible indentation is present, has softened so much that it compresses significantly and quickly under my hips as soon as I lie down. By contrast, the pressure on my shoulders is beyond firm - which, as I'm a side sleeper, can be pretty uncomfortable. It's not possible to lie on this mattress for more than 2 minutes and maintain a neutral body posture. It's a pain in the neck. Literally! Again!
As I said, the mattress snows no visible indentation, so I don't think my problems fall under warranty or defective product. But I wanted to put this out there & let you know that if you're a chubby side-sleeper, this probably isn't the mattress for you. Pity.
Update: Upgrading from two stars to four. You've got to give a company props for working so hard to make their customers happy. I heard from customer service shortly after posting this review and was assured that the uneven firmness I've experienced is "definitely not normal" and offered a replacement at no charge. My new mattress arrives tomorrow and I'm comfortable saying that, even if this doesn't turn out to be the perfect mattress for me, Tuft & Needle as a company gets my recommendation. They're willing to stand behind their product and that's impressive these days.
Second Update: Have now been using the replacement mattress for a couple of months and am happy to report that it remains very comfortable. It seemed slightly less dense than the first mattress from the beginning, but has provided a very pleasant balance of soft & supportive. I'm officially a fan and also very grateful to the fine folks at Tuft & Needle for taking the initiative to fix this...they have my utmost respect. It took awhile -- but they've earned all 5 stars.
Final Update: Hi people! I didn't realize there had been so much interest in this review - sorry if I left your questions hanging. I've been sleeping on the replacement mattress for over a year now, and am happy to report that it remains one of the most comfortable mattresses I've ever owned. I'm even happier about getting a consistent, comfortable night's sleep. In my opinion T&N service AND product have earned every one of the five stars in this rating.
We previously had a lattex mattress and this did not happen.
The bed is also extremely "hot" so if you hate having heat trapped as you sleep this is not for you.
I actually am really disappointed that the bed is just a glorified hard foam mattress.
Layers of 'this and that' which they describe do not mean a thing. It is a foam mattress.
We spent nearly $700 on this and were expecting a really special product.
The marketing hype made me buy it and now I wish I could return it.
But trying to return it sounds impossible !! Getting it re-sealed and lifting the mattress out of the room first.
I do not agree with T&N policy that Amazon customers do not get access to their pick up service.
This is second rate customer service and we pay the same price on T&N website as Amazon.
OK, I realize this review is effusive, maybe a little too much. But I'm not exaggerating when I say this is truly one of the best major purchases of my life. By now, you may have heard the hype about the company Tuft & Needle. Or perhaps you're stumbling onto their product for the first time. Either way, you should go ahead and click "Buy" right now. Seriously. Even if you're not 100% sure about `em. You'll understand why by the end of this review.
Last year, my wife and I started mattress shopping. We were upgrading from a queen to king. We had so-so mattresses in the past and wanted to do it right, find something that really worked for both of us. You know the cliche: "you spend a third of your life in bed"? Yeah, well it's true. Now, my wife has woman hips, I am thin and straight. Also cliche. We thought we needed a customizable bed to be truly comfortable, so we tried a SleepNumber. Bad mistake. It really is just two zippered air mattresses, with no localized back/hip support.
So we returned the SleepNumber (for which we had to pay shipping, but I suppose it was worth experimenting). Shortly afterward, I stumbled upon Tuft & Needle. As a new company, they didn't have a large online presence, but the extremely high Amazon ratings caught my eye. Then I saw the free 30-day return policy and said, hey, why not?
One week later, we received our package in the mail. It came vacuum-sealed so we carefully cut the seal and it literally "popped" into place. Instant sleep-ready. Slapped on the sheets and proceeded to sleep like babies. One year later, we are still very happy customers.
Here are the specific reasons for my piling it on:
1 - Free shipping. For a 93-lb mattress. What?!
2 - Made in USA. Sweet.
3 - The no-hassle 30-day trial. If you don't like it, you get a full refund. You don't even have to return it; just donate it. This was a HUGE factor for me, ordering from an online-only company and not yet knowing what firmness was ideal for us.
4 - Ten-year warranty is NOT pro-rated. Any covered defects, they replace the full value. This is highly unusual, as far as I know.
5 - No boxspring needed. I built my own platform bed and it works great. Plus, their warranty doesn't require a boxspring, unlike many other companies.
6 - A single level of firmness has managed to satisfy both my wife and me. I'm still surprised, considering my wife has curvy hips and I don't. But neither of us has had any back or neck pain.
7 - No middle men, hence, significantly lower prices. Funny as it sounds, this is a novel concept in the mattress industry. I don't know if the typical industry markup is as astronomical as T&N claims, but it's certainly a ripoff.
8 - The mattress definitely supports "relations" -- if you catch my drift.
9 - The whole shopping experience was just easy. Sleek, modern website and email. Clear policies and pricing. Immediate shipping information.
10 - I received a handwritten thank you note from T&N. Can't remember the last time that happened with an online purchase.
The only downside I've encountered: many fitted sheets these days are a hair too big for this mattress, even for the thicker 10" model. But it's not T&N's fault. It's because most mattress companies make a gimmick out of 20-layer, 100-inch thickness, and sheet manufacturers have followed suit. For what it's worth, we ended up with the L.L. Bean Pima Cotton Percale fitted sheet and it worked out nicely.
Yes, this mattress is on the "firm" side but like I said, it's worked for two (healthy) people with very different body types, which makes me wonder how much marketing hype goes into plush vs. firm. If you're a side sleeper, I highly recommend a thick pillow, thicker than you may be used to.
T&N has grown by leaps and bounds recently. And prices have increased ever so slightly since we bought our mattress last year. But at $750 for their most expensive model (10" King), this is still one of the best values in the industry. I hope they can manage to maintain their business ethic, great return policy, and pricing. These are what really sold me.