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Leesa Mattress Review

Susan Newcome / Associate Editor
Last updated on Thursday, Dec 19, 2019.

The Leesa Mattress is a premium multi-layer memory foam mattress. With layers specifically designed for cooling, contouring, and pressure relief, the Leesa has become a very popular option with shoppers.

Leesa Mattress review

The Particulars

  • Overall
    4
  • Comfort
    4
  • Cooling
    3.8
  • Value
    4.1

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Pros

  • High quality poly-foam
  • Good amount of contour
  • Great customer service

Cons

  • Sleeps a little warmer than others
  • Lack of edge support

I should start by stating that we actually owned a Leesa mattress for well over a year and used it as our primary bed during that time. This was before MoJoSleep, and before I began reviewing mattresses at all. Did we like it? We did. I was perhaps more fond of it than my sleep partner, but it served us well and gave us some insight into long term use that we reviewers typically can’t weigh in on.

Comfort and Firmness

The Leesa Mattress is a medium-firm mattress, and scores around 5.5 to 6.5 on the scale above.

The high-density poly foam in the base makes for a bouncy mattress that’ll keep you positioned squarely on top of the bed.

Cooling and Sleep Temperature

The Leesa Mattress comfort layer helps keep the sleeper lifted on top which allows for cooling throughout the mattress.

The Leesa mattress does not have any special built-in cooling mechanisms like gel mattresses, but the 3-layer design allows maximum airflow between all layers and the foam draws heat away from the sleeper. Most customers note that the Leesa does not “sleep hot” as many memory foam mattresses do, but it’s still not a cool sleeping mattress by modern standards.

Layers and Construction

 

The Leesa Mattress is a mixed-foam mattress. It features two comfort layers: a top layer of 3 PCF LSA200 polyfoam and a second layer of 3 PCF memory foam. The support core is made of high-density 1.8 PCF polyfoam, and its cover is woven from a blend of polyester and Lycra spandex.

Leesa says the mattress is created with 3 layers:

  • LSA-200 Breathable Foam Layer
  • Pressure-relieving Memory Foam Layer
  • High-density Foam Support layer

This mattress sinks as much 4 – 4.5- inches during normal sitting on the edge, though it does not lose structural integrity. Its support is focused more in the center or core of the mattress.

Sizes and Dimensions

Size Dimensions
Twin 38" x 75"
Twin XL 38" x 80"
Full 54" x 75"
Queen 60" x 80"
King 76" x 80"
Cali King 72" x 84"

The Leesa Mattress is 10″ tall.

In terms of how much each of the beds weigh:

  • Twin: 45 lbs
  • Twin XL: 48 lbs
  • Full: 56 lbs
  • Queen: 71 lbs
  • King: 90 lbs
  • Cali King: 92 lbs

Customer Service

Leesa Sleep, the manufacturer of the Leesa Mattress, has these customer support / contact options:

  • Toll-free phone 9 am – 9 pm
  • Email

Delivery

As per the Leesa Mattress website:

“Our mattresses are made to order, so product takes an extra bit of time to get to you (it’s not sitting in a warehouse somewhere collecting dust!). The mattress, once compressed, will ship in a box directly to you in 3-6 business days. We will send you an email with your tracking details as soon as your mattress leaves the building.”

Shipping is free shipped via UPS ground to all 50 states.

Trial, Warranty, Returns, and Exchanges

Leesa has a 100-night sleep trial and 10-year warranty:

  • 100 Night Sleep Trial
  • 10 Year Warranty

Leesa encourages customers to sleep on the mattress for at least 30 nights before deciding to return. There is also a $49 bed return fee.

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Cooling


Comfort


Value


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Edge Support


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The original Leesa mattress

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