Welcome to my Sapira mattress review. Sapira is made by Leesa Sleep, the same company that brought us the Leesa. It’s a hybrid design that includes foam layers and a layer of pocket springs. It ships for free, compressed and rolled, all over the country. Many are inspired to start their own test run of this product because of the risk-free 100-night trial. There’s also interest-free financing available. The company has thought of everything to make it easy to give their product a try.
My trial period enjoyable. I believe I found a sleeping surface that’s great for couples and provides support where the body needs it most. The design is on the firm side but it’s plush enough to appeal to many different types of sleepers. Read my report to see if it might be the right product for you.
The product has an impressive five-layer design, which I closely inspected. The first layer is 1.5” thick and designed for comfort and cooling. The second layer is also 1.5” and made of memory foam. This makes the sleeping surface very plush. The third layer is made of polyfoam and is 1” thick. It helps the plush layers transition into the more supportive layers.
The fourth layer is 6” thick and includes unique pocketed coils. These coils provide you with additional support in areas of the body where you need it most, which I definitely noticed during my test run. These coils are probably the biggest selling point. Finally, the bottom layer is 1” thick and made of polybase foam. It serves as a bonus support layer.
The cover is made of a single layer of fabric. It’s stretchy and breathable but it should be noted that it is not meant to be removed. If you’re worried about spills or damage, make sure you use a protector cover.
First Impression & Overnight Test (Firmness, Feel, & Support)
The first night was a great experience. I experienced great pressure relief, which helped with my morning backache. I found the sleeping surface to be much firmer than most foam designs, probably because of the coil layer. This led me to believe it’s better for stomach sleepers and perfect for back sleepers. Side sleepers might find it a bit too firm.
The surface was very responsive. I didn’t feel like I was sinking too far into the bed but I could feel it conforming to my body as I changed positions throughout the night. I also found the edge support to be far superior than other designs.
Overall, the first night of my trial period impressed me. It’s a firm design with tremendous support. Motion transfer was minimal and I woke up feeling like I actually slept the entire night.
Sinkage, Motion Transfer, & Temperature
Sinkage will vary based on your weight but I noticed only about an inch of sinkage when lying on my back on the mattress during my Sapira mattress review. There is more sinkage at the edges, which is to be expected.
Because the Sapira is a hybrid mattress, it doesn’t absorb motion as well as pure foam mattresses. But unless you’re a very light sleeper, it absorbs enough motion to provide you with a calm sleeping environment during your Sapira mattress review.
The extra thick foam portion of the Sapira does retain heat. During my Sapira mattress review, I only noticed this a few times. But if you’re sensitive to heat, this could be an issue during your Sapira mattress review.
Firmness and support
Because the Sapira is a hybrid mattress, it offers more uniform support than simple foam mattresses. During my Sapira mattress review, I found the firmness to be on the higher side than most foam mattresses but not overly firm. It’s ideal for stomach or back sleepers.
My experience left me believing this is a state of the art and luxurious brand that’s not just designed to be comfortable but also provides strong support and effective cooling features. It has an impressive five layers that include foam and coils to provide a unique experience. It supports sleepers up to 350 pounds and data suggests that it exceeds many other hybrid designs.
How Does It Compare?
Let’s take a look at some of the competition:
Whether you want a hybrid design or not, there are options for every preference that are sure to provide a comfortable night’s sleep. But when it comes to durability and performance, my test run product conforms to this every time. With its industry-leading five-layer design and impressive edge support, you’ll enjoy every night on the sleeping surface.
I found the product to be a high-quality hybrid option. The cost is reasonable for the materials used and the industry-leading five-layer design makes all the difference in comfort and support. The 100-night risk free sleep trial and impressive 10-year warranty make this an easy choice to consider. Though it’s hard to find a report that doesn’t praise the product you can sleep easy knowing that if it isn’t right for you, you can return it for a full refund. Check out our other mattress reviews.