Casper Mattress Review: Pricing, Longevity & More

Disclosure: Casper provides compensation for purchases originating from this review. However, all opinions stated here are entirely our own.

One of the first mattress-in-a-box companies, Casper combines a comfort layer of premium latex foam with a support layer of memory foam, to create a mattress that lovingly contours whilst retaining a cool temperature and a healthy bounce.

Even though Casper is a new and growing company, the mattress does not fail to impress and can give the traditional competition a run for their money, especially due to its lower price.

However, with so many other modern mattresses available in the market, is purchasing this mattress worth it? In order to find out, go through our detailed review, as we will discuss different aspects and features of the Casper mattress.

Mattress Type

Casper is a hybrid mattress made from three different layers of foam, namely premium latex foam, high-density memory foam and regular foam. We will be diving into the details of the layers structure later on in this review.

How Firm Is A Casper Mattress?

When it comes to firmness, Casper is close to a neutral scale. It has medium firmness, with firm support and a soft comfort layer, making it ideal for an individual’s stomach and back. However, it may not be suitable for people who tend to sleep on their sides, as they could find it to be a bit too firm.casper firmness chart

Additionally, considering that Casper only has one model available, the firmness options are limited.

This means that if you are looking for highly soft or highly firm mattresses, you will most likely have to look at other available options.
casper's 3 foam layers

Layers Structure

The ‘Comfort Layer’ at the top consists of 1.5 inches of latex, while the ‘Support Layer’ in the middle is made of 1.8 inches of memory foam. On the other hand, 7 inches of support foam is used in the ‘Base Layer’.

The latex provides great comfort and cooling, while the memory foam maintains the great support by contouring the curves of your body, therefore, giving you a comfortable and cool sleep all night long.

As far as the cover is concerned, it is simple and well made. A single piece of high quality white fabric dominates the top and runs from edge to edge of the mattress.

It is thick, stretchy and has a nice texture. The sides, unlike most other mattresses, have a black cover, giving off a nice 2-tone design and a much-needed change from the typical all-white rectangles!

How to Care for a Casper Mattress?

Be reminded that mattresses will be subject to wear over time, therefore affecting its lifespan.

Although not strictly necessary, you can give your Casper mattress a longer lifespan by rotating it after every six months, especially if there is a substantial weight difference between partners of you sleep alone mostly on one side of the bed.

There is no need to flip the mattress as it works on only one side.

As you probably may know, latex is a delicate material.

Therefore, it is recommended that you protect your mattress from the beginning using a waterproof protector. However, go for something thin, as you would not want to block the amazing benefits of latex.

Other than that, this mattress is easy to maintain and any spot can be cleaned with a damp cloth and some mild soap.

Just leave the mattress uncovered to dry naturally.

Although the cover is removable, it is NOT machine washable, so be careful as it will void the warranty.

100-Nights Comfort Guarantee

casper offers a 100-nights trialSince the Casper has a unique feel, give your body a few weeks to adjust with the new mattress.

However, if you are having any doubts for any reason, they off a 100-day trial, and get a full refund if you feel the mattress does not suit your needs.

This means there are no restocking fees or any other hidden expenses for you. They simply send somebody to pick it up and you are done.

By the way, the rejected mattress will be either donated to a local charity or recycled according to local regulations.


Casper offers a 10-year limited warranty covering the following:

What is not covered is the usual mishandling and treating the mattress badly in general.

Motion Isolation

This is one of the most important features, especially for couples.

That is because if the mattress is unable to keep your movement isolated, it is highly likely that you will end up disturbing your partner whenever you need to get out of your bed. sporty lady on the casper mattress

However, you will be happy to know that a majority of customers found Casper to perform particularly well in this regard.

The sinkage in lying position is between 1 and 1.5 inches, and it measures 2 inches while sitting, which is great.

Also, the weight is distributed evenly, allowing you to keep movement isolated for as long as you want.

Overall, it can be safely said that, with Casper, you can rest assured your partner sleeps undisturbed.

Do Casper Beds Sleep Hot?

As mentioned earlier, the Casper mattress is constructed using memory foam at its core, and latex foam on top.

While the combination of these two technologies will generate bounce, adding this mattress has special holes for ventilationspice to bed sport activities, it also allows you to sleep a lot cooler than other mattress types.

You definitely might be wondering: how is that possible?

Well, yes, memory foam has the reputation of being a ‘heat trapper’.

We also know it is usually poor at heat dissipation, especially during the night.

However, that is exactly why these types of mattresses usually come with latex foam.

The the latex has cooling effects, which prevents the mattress from heating up, and therefore makes sleep a lot bearable even during the warmest of days.

Casper’s Return Policy, Warranty And Longevity

Since Casper is relatively new to the highly competitive mattress industry, there is lack of owner experience data available to determine the lifespan/durability of the mattress.

However, just for the sake of information, the average lifespan of similar mattresses is 6 years.

Considering the fact that the recommend lifespan is between 5 and 10 years, Casper would probably score average points in this area although their 10-year warranty (see below) should give some confidence to reach at least that goal.

That being said, we will be providing you an accurate estimate as soon as it is available.

Casper Sizing

Casper mattresses are available in six different sizes. They have been listed below, with their dimensions:

  • Twin: 38” x 75”

  • Twin XL: 38” x 80”

  • Full: 53” x 75”

  • Queen: 60” x 80”

  • King: 76” x 80”

  • California King: 72” x 84”

Moreover, each Casper mattress is 12” thick, therefore making it suitable for all standard sized and fitted bed sheets.

Now, moving to the more important question, will the mattress fit in your home?

Well, you must keep in mind that the mattress will have to go through all doors and stairs before it reaches the room.

To give an idea of the weight, the Queen size is about 85 pounds when unpacked and 94 pounds in the box.

Off-Gassing: Will Your Casper Smell?

Many mattresses, specifically ones with memory foam, leave off a chemical-like odor during the first few days of use.

This happens mainly because of the manufacturing and packaging process the mattress has to endure.

However, when it comes to Casper mattress, incidences of unpleasant initial odor have been very few, around 4%.

If you do experience an unpleasant odor, the best solution is to let your mattress air out completely for about 2 to 3 days. This will cause the odor to dissipate quite effectively!

Do Casper Mattresses Contain Latex?

According to Casper’s website (emphasis ours):

We use a synthetic latex made in Pennsylvania to help mitigate any risks (no proteins that make you react) associated for folks with latex allergies.

That said, our plant does make some non-synthetic or blended latexes and so if you have a severe reaction, there is a minor risk of cross contamination.

Latex allergies are generally touch-allergies as opposed to inhalation-allergies, and the foam components are surrounded by both a fire-retardant sock as well as the cover, thus keeping you from being exposed directly to the latex.

Casper Mattress Pricing Information

Well, this is the real surprise as a mattress of this quality and a 3-month no questions asked full guarantee should be priced above $2,000 or at least in the old times…

Casper has made it a point to cut the unnecessary costs and transfer that benefit to its clients, so they offer the following prices when you use our coupon code MEMORIAL19 which gives you a nice reduction of 10% on any size:

SizeRegular PriceDiscounted Price
Twin XL:$695$581
Cal King:$1,395$1,076

We deem it a really good offer.

Casper Mattress Review: Final Verdict


  • Overall positive reviews
  • The 100-nights trial offer is more than ample for you to assess whether the mattress suits your needs or not.
  • Versatile and innovative design


  • Edge support could be better

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I bought the Casper Essential mattress, bed frame, foundation, and protective mattress cover. The mattress is nowhere near the 10 inches they tell you. Their customer support sounds good, but their action/followup leaves much to be desired. My bed frame came with a broken leg; I had to send them a picture of it and wait for a replacement to show up before I could put the bed together to sleep on it. I am now waiting for a new zippered mattress cover because the one that came on the mattress (inside the plastic bag) was defective and I reported it immediately. Six days ago they said they are sending out a new one and would provide me a tracking number as soon as it is available. Today is January 17. I called them this morning about the tracking number I never received. They couldn’t find it and said they would send an email with it within an hour. No surprise – I am still waiting (more than an hour). I ordered my Casper set up on December 9 and I didn’t get to sleep on it until Christmas night, after I had what I needed to put it together.


So it’s now been 3 years of ownership of a twin sized Casper. I’ve had no complaints and have enjoyed sleeping on it. About 3 months ago I noticed what appears to be the top layer of latex is separating and ‘lumping up’ so to speak. I have to smooth it out by patting down the lumps with the base of my hand. My concern is it will eventually begin to tear or separate. I believe the stress on the latex or top layer of foam occurs when I turn over during the night. I’m a side sleeper and do not sleep on my back. I’ll have to unzip the cover exposing the foam layers to get a better understanding what is happening this week.


We have now purchased two Casper Mattresses plus Casper Foundations. The first one was our test, and we loved the memory foam mattress with the comfort layer on top.

For us, the mattress seems to breathe well – we don’t get hot from the mattress. The foundation was very easy to put together, and is very solid and strong. No squeaking.


How springy is the Casper? There’s contradictory reports on this and I wonder if it has anything to do with the size of the mattress?

Another review says it’s pretty springy, but it’s a double and I’m after an EU single?

What do you guys think?

Thanks in advance,

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Hi Candice,

we don’t see the Casper as very springy, but it’s a bit subjective of course. I’d suggest you give it a try as it’s a great mattress, knowing that you can return it for free if it’s not what you like.


Stopped by a local Casper pop-up yesterday in King of Prussia, PA. They are also displaying a mattress called the “Wave”. Any info on the “Wave” yet? It is more expensive – by about a $1,000 – than the Casper, but they claim that many people with very active lives like this mattress. I liked it better than the Casper and am considering putting it on my short list for purchase.


why don’t your layer structure specs match the ones in the picture. you say its 1.2 inches of latex, but the picture says 1.5?

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Because it’s a typo… thanks for pointing it out!