Purple vs Casper
The original Casper mattress is an all-foam mattress made with a zoned support system that’s firmer in the middle of the mattress. On the other hand, the original Purple mattress features a unique hyper-elastic gel in the comfort layer to offer good responsiveness and comfort. Your preference will depend on whether you want an all-foam mattress or a gel-like one. See how Purple stacks up to Casper in our comparison guide.
Purple vs Tuft & Needle
Both the T&N Mattress from Tuft & Needle and the Purple Mattress have a medium firm feeling. Tuft & Needle is an all foam model constructed of two layers. While the Purple has their unique hyper-elastic polyfoam in the comfort grid, Tuft & Needle has their adaptive foam. Both mattresses are bouncy, contouring and sleep cool. See how they stack up against each other more in our comparison guide.
Purple vs Lull
Both Lull and Purple mattresses are similar in their firmness, thickness and base layers. But they differ quite considerably in their construction and overall feeling. Lull provides that balanced, familiar soft foam feel and Purple provides a comfortable, responsive gel feel. If you’re on a budget, then Lull will also be a cheaper option. Read our full brand comparison guide.
Purple vs Tempurpedic
While these two brands sell very different beds, they both excel at creating innovative products. While the Purple mattress has a more bouncy and firm feeling, the Tempurpedic mattress has a contouring, memory foam feeling. If you want more pressure relief or sleep on your side, then Tempurpedic is the way to go. But if you’re a hot sleeper or switch between sleeping positions, Purple is the way to go. See how these mattresses fare against each other in our full Purple vs Tempurpedic mattress comparison.
Purple vs Nectar
Nectar’s mattress is an all-foam mattress, combining two memory foam layers, followed by a memory foam transitional layer and then a high-density polyfoam base. The mattress conforms closely to the body and cradles much more than the Purple mattress, which makes you feel like you’re floating on top of it. For this reason, the Nectar mattress is more suited to side sleepers, while Purple’s firmer surface is better tailored to combo sleepers. See how they stack up against each other more in our comparison guide.