Helix Versus Leesa
Helix and Leesa are two highly popular online mattress selling companies. Helix mattress was introduced as a great alternative to universal comfort and standard models that most of the Bed-In-A-Box mattresses use. Helix mattress is highly customized to cater to individual sleeping needs, while Leesa has the mattresses that aim to be a great fit for the vast range of sleepers. If you are interested in any of these mattresses but are confused regarding which one to go for, here is the comparison that may ease your task.
This is a 10inch hybrid mattress that is made up of foam, latex, and micro-coils. The built of the mattress is varied on the basis of the questionnaire that buyers enter while ordering.
The Helix mattress is made up of four layers that are custom made through changing the weights and densities for achieving proper customization level for catering diverse sleep preferences. These layers include 2″ Top Comfort Layer, 2″ Pressure Relief Layer, 2″ Support Layer, and 4.5″ Foundation Layer.
The cover of the mattress has been made with 100% polyester, has a very soft white top and lower blue bottom. This is a thin cover and developed to help enhanced cooling and an easier airflow.
The Helix mattress is different in that there is no pre-set firmness level. The Helix mattress is made on the basis of customers’ filled questionnaire, as the Split Mattress (for single sleeper), or as the Blended Mattress (for a couple).
There is an impressive degree of responsiveness and bounce in the mattress due to hybrid design of the micro-coils and latex.
Latex and micro coils also minimize the heat accumulation during the night, much better than other mattresses having top layers of memory foam and other materials
In terms of motion transfer, the Helix mattress is also ranked higher since this blended mattress utilizes different material construction on each bed side that greatly isolates movement between the partners.
The helix mattress gets high marks for not yielding a noticeable smell upon unboxing unlike other memory foam mattresses of this category.
Leesa mattress is of 10inch and utilizes a blend of Avena foam and a memory foam for bounce and cooling.
The layers that make up this mattress include a 2″ Top Cooling layer, a 2″ Middle layer, and a 6″ Bottom layer.
The mattress is fitted with extremely soft and comfy cover that is woven from polyester-Lyrca blended fabric, which is known to provide comfort as well as a cool surface.
The Leesa mattress is a universal comfortable memory foam mattress that provides medium firmness, having the rating as 5 or 6 out of 10 (10 being the firmest).
Being based on a universal comfort model, the Leesa mattress is taken at medium to the soft side. Its Avena foam gives a lot of bounce and responsiveness without sinking.
This mattress is nice for sleeping cool due to its thin cover and Avena foam layer that provides higher breathability and airflow. When it comes to motion transfer and sinking, the mattress’s performance is based on a sleeper’s weight.
A minimal degree of off-gassing/smell is felt while unboxing, yet it vanishes much quicker.
|Foam Layers||2" poly foam, 2.4" microcoils, 2" poly foam, 4" support foam||blend of Avena foam and a memory foam for bounce and cooling. The layers that make up this mattress include a 2″ Top Cooling layer, a 2″ Middle layer and a 6″ Bottom layer.|
|Cover||polyester, good cooling, thin and soft, white checkerboard stitching||The mattress is fitted with extremely soft and comfy cover that is woven from polyester-Lyrca blended fabric, which is known to provide comfort as well as a cool surface.|
|Warranty||10 years||10 years
In terms of durability and the company’s reputation, Leesa comes as a better choice among users. It is; however, very difficult to say that which one is better in terms of feel and comfort since the feel offered by Helix is highly dependent on the questionnaire entered by the users. On the other hand, Leesa offers a very nice foam that is enjoyed by a huge range of sleepers. It has pressure relief and conformity foam, and is not slow moving. For an overall sleeping experience, we can say that if you prefer foam mattresses, Leesa is probably a better choice than Helix in terms of feel and durability, while the price difference between the both is very minimal.
We hope that this comparison will serve as a helpful starting point to begin your mattress search and set out for having a great mattress shopping experience. If you have any query, please contact us via our website.