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[The Bay] Leesa mattress

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St Clements, MB

[The Bay] Leesa mattress

Leesa mattresses are now sold @ Hudson's Bay & on thebay.com - this week they're 10% off. Hudson's Bay Credit cardmembers can use promo code EXTRA online to save an extra 15%.

Double $833 after promo code
Queen $986
King $1109.25

Also available in Twin and Twin XL
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Feb 19, 2010
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Port Coquitlam
They not selling Casper’s anymore I’m guessing?
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Mar 26, 2005
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St Clements, MB
They still sell Casper.
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Jun 23, 2012
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Oakville
I’ve been using the Leesa bed for the past 3 years. I have no complaints, but my wife used to complain initially that it was a bit soft. She stopped complaining about it over time and really likes the bed now. For me, I have loved the bed since Day 1.
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Sep 9, 2005
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Hamilton,Ontario
I've had the Leesa for some time now, i'm a bigger guy and my side of the bed has gotten way to soft it was good when we first got it. If you like soft then its fine. I definitely will look for something much much firmer on my next buy.
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Jun 2, 2011
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bel4_20 wrote: I've had the Leesa for some time now, i'm a bigger guy and my side of the bed has gotten way to soft it was good when we first got it. If you like soft then its fine. I definitely will look for something much much firmer on my next buy.
Thanks, the lady and I were considering this. She's all aboard the memory foam train, and was considering this one. But as a 6'3" 260lb guy, who likes firmer mattresses, memory foam has me hesitant. Good to know this isn't the one before we bought it.
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May 25, 2009
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Toronto
Do any of these online mattresses have metal coils? Aren't these all very soft since they don't have coils so they can roll and vacuum seal and ship easily?
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Jul 30, 2018
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fightbriz wrote: Do any of these online mattresses have metal coils? Aren't these all very soft since they don't have coils so they can roll and vacuum seal and ship easily?
The casper, oddly enough, feels firmer than my coil mattress (with top comfort layer though).

There's a layer of dense foam in there which keeps them from being too soft.
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May 25, 2009
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Toronto
makingbaconpancakes wrote: The casper, oddly enough, feels firmer than my coil mattress (with top comfort layer though).

There's a layer of dense foam in there which keeps them from being too soft.
But how about other brands? And how about after time, would it eventually get softer, while coils stay firm
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Sep 6, 2008
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BC
Tried a bunch of different types but not this one. Does it get hot?
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fightbriz wrote: Do any of these online mattresses have metal coils? Aren't these all very soft since they don't have coils so they can roll and vacuum seal and ship easily?
The hybrid model has coils
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May 13, 2005
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Toronto
I owned a Leesa mattress for a few years. A bit on the soft side but I love it. It definitely stays cool.

I wouldn't recommend it if you are on the heavier side. You might want to look into the Casper instead.
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Oct 7, 2007
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StatsGuy wrote: The hybrid model has coils
Does anyone know if they have the hybrid in store as well to try? I've been reading about it & curious to see what it's like in person.

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