Endy vs Casper Mattress Comparison
Quick snapshot of the Endy vs Casper
The Casper range consists of four mattresses, catering for budget shoppers to those with more discerning tastes – and everything in between. While the Casper Essential and Original are more in a budget tier, the Casper Wave Hybrid and the all-new Casper Nova Hybrid are their more luxury offering. The hugely popular Casper Original Mattress is also available in a hybrid version, replacing the high-density foam base with pocketed coils for extra support and durability.
The all-foam Endy Mattress is the only mattress in the range by the Canadian brand, who also makes a collection of sleep accessories. As the Endy is exclusively available in Canada, this comparison is going to be for Canadian shoppers looking to compare the two brands.
All sleeper types 220lbs and below
All sleeper types 220lbs and below
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What are the key differences between the two brands?
You really are comparing apples with apples if you are comparing the Endy Mattress with the Casper Original. So what are the differences?
- If you are based in the U.S.A., the Endy is not going to be an option for you. Casper, on the other hand, ships within the U.S., Canada, and internationally.
- Casper’s zoned tier of foam is one of the major differences between the two mattresses. The Casper also has an additional foam layer.
- The Endy Mattress is more reasonably priced than the Casper.
Who is the Casper mattress better fit for?
- If you need extra lumbar support.
- Anyone shopping for a bed with a few extra features.
- Strict side sleepers.
Who is the Endy mattress better fit for?
- Anyone who is shopping by price alone.
- For many Canadian shoppers, it could make more sense from a shipping perspective.
Casper vs Endy company policy comparison
Endy was established in 2015. The company makes mattresses in Canada for Canadians, shipping specialized sleep surfaces exclusively within their borders. They market their mattress as the best in Canada – and have sold more than 200 000 beds since their inception.
They are an eco-minded company. Opting for the ecommerce model, restricting their delivery options to Canada, and using Canadian-made materials are a few of the ways they focus their environmental efforts. They also work to donate mattresses and sleep accessories to worthy charities around the country.
They have also partnered with Urban Barn, with showrooms around the country. They are not BBB accredited.
In their first month of business in 2014, Casper sold $1 million worth of mattresses – and the rest is history for this incredibly popular online mattress brand. They sell their mattresses online to an international community of buyers and also have a range of bricks and mortar stores around the U.S. go as part of their company policies. They work with a few key partners to donate mattresses and sleep accessories to those in need around America. They have an A+ BBB rating.
Free to 48 contiguous United States and most of Canada
Free shipping to all 10 Canadian provinces, with shipping charges applicable to Canadian territories
Yes – Casper exports to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom
No – shipping is exclusively to Canada
Returns & Refunds
Free during the 100-night trial
Free during the 100-night trial
Payment accepted, financing – Both companies have financing options available. Casper offers financing through Affirm and Endy offers financing through PayBright.
Customer support – Both Casper and Endy have live chat features on their website as part of their customer support offering. We searched customer reviews online to find out more about the customer experience you can expect from both companies. Endy’s reviews are mixed when it comes to customer service, with many people reporting positive shopping and support experiences. However, there were a handful of reviews where people could not get through to customer service or did not have their queries sufficiently resolved.
Similarly, Casper has reams of positive reviews – and a few negative ones. Casper has won awards for the quality of their service and the negative reviews around how queries were handled by the company seem fueled by issues with the returns and warranty policies.
Comparing construction layers and materials used
- Casper Original
- Breathable polyurethane foam
- Zoned memory foam
- Durable base of polyurethane foam
- Removable Micro Quilted Cover
- 2” Gel infused Endy Comfort Foam
- 3” Transition Polyfoam
- 5” HD Polyfoam
Casper construction and materials used
The Casper Mattress is an 11-inch mattress. At its base, it has a layer of high-density support foam. On top of this is their zoned support layer, which is softer under the shoulders and firmer under the hips, waist, and back. The top layer of this mattress is Casper’s proprietary Airscape foam, which has an open cell construction to promote airflow and so cooling.
Endy construction and materials used
The 10-inch Endy Mattress has a layer of high-density support foam at its based, followed by a transitional layer of polyfoam. The comfort layer of this mattress is made from Endy’s signature open cell foam, which is designed to keep sleepers temperature neutral all night long.
If you order a Casper Mattress, they offer free delivery and free returns within the United States and most of Canada. You can get white glove delivery for an extra cost. Shipping times may vary, but their mattresses leave their warehouse between one and two business days from the date you place your order and, in most cases, will arrive between three and five business days later.
Endy offers free shipping from coast to coast in Canada, with shipping fees applied to the three Canadian territories. They estimate your mattress will arrive between three and seven business days later depending on your address. They do not have an old mattress removal service.
As with any bed-in-a-box mattress, you can expect a box to arrive on your doorstep in a relatively small cardboard box. Unboxing isn’t difficult and is a quick and easy process. You can expect a smell – called off-gassing – once the mattress is freed from its packaging, but this is nothing to worry about. While you can sleep on both mattresses immediately, they will take a few hours to reach their correct firmness.
Casper vs Endy: Performance comparison review
A quick side-by-side look at the offering of these mattresses will show you truly are comparing two markedly similar beds. From firmness to performance, there are more similarities than differences between these beds. Both are about a medium on the firmness scale. Both will cater for most sleepers across all sleeping positions. Both are better suited to small and average-sized people than those heavier in stature. Both have their own open cell foam comfort layers, which keep sleepers at a comfortable temperature during the night. Both have more of a responsive foam feel than the classic sinking feeling which can come with foam.
Casper grabs attention with their zoned support layer. This layer is built to the ergonomics of the human body and how we sleep – and this gives a little added support where you need it while you sleep on your back or stomach. In our opinion, this makes it a better choice for back and stomach sleepers, who will appreciate this support in the long term.
Endy, on the other hand, comes in a hair cheaper than the Casper. If the zoned construction of Casper is neither here nor there to you – and you are based in Canada – you could save yourself a few dollars for a closely matched bed in terms of performance.
MATTRESS FIRMNESS SCALE
|Soft||Medium Soft||Medium||Medium Firm||Firm|
The Casper – The Casper is not too firm and not too soft – and is right in the middle at a medium for most people in an average weight category. This means, across all sleeping positions, most people will be comfortable on the Casper. The zoned construction means you get softness and extra support where it matters to your body – making it a good choice for anyone who spends substantial time on their back or stomach.
The Endy – The Endy is also right in the middle at a medium. It will keep sleepers in small and medium weight categories comfortable across all sleeping positions. Be warned, however, that anyone who prefers softness for their shoulders as a side sleeper or firmness as back or stomach sleepers may find the Endy wanting.
Which mattress is more suitable for couples and sex?
As a general rule, memory foam mattresses with responsive, bouncy properties are better for sex over traditional memory foam. This is because it is easier to change position and move around the surface of the bed without feeling trapped in the top layer of the bed.
Comparing the Endy and Casper is almost impossible. Both are responsive foam beds, which perform well for sex – with less of that sinking feeling and more ease of movement than classic foam beds. Their performance for intercourse is evenly matched. At a push, perhaps the Endy as it is slightly more responsive – but it really is much of a muchness for couples concerned about how their next mattress will perform for sex.
Motion isolation and noise
Casper – Light sleepers will want to know more about motion transfer and noise from these mattresses. The Casper is almost completely silent and is highly effective at deadening motion. If you are easily disturbed at night, these are two concerns you can scratch off your list with the Casper.
Endy – Endy is much the same when it comes to these considerations. It is exceptionally good at deadening motion and we could not detect any sound when bearing weight. Again, if you are a light sleeper – or if your partner is a restless sleeper – these factors will make a big difference to your sleep quality.
Body types and pressure relief
The Casper – If you are a heavy person, we will often recommend a mattress with springs for its added durability and support. The Casper is best for petite and average sized people. Memory foam is traditionally very good at offering pressure relief – and this is enhanced through the zoned construction of the bed, which is softer under the shoulders for comfort when lying on your side.
The Endy – Similarly, the Endy is best for petite and average sized people and the pressure-relieving properties of foam will work well at keeping most side sleepers comfortable on the areas of greatest impact on their bodies: their shoulders and hips. At a medium firmness, some side sleepers (especially petite side sleepers) might prefer a slightly softer mattress for extra comfort at these points. Conversely, some stomach sleepers (and a few back sleepers) may also want a bed that’s slightly firmer to give a little more support.
Edge support will be a peripheral consideration for most shoppers. It will only really come into play if you are sharing a smaller-sized bed or if you migrate to the edges during the night. For some people, it can also be a question of comfort when sitting on the edge of the bed or the feeling one gets when getting out of bed.
Memory foam mattresses rarely have excellent edge support by virtue of how foam behaves on application of pressure. Neither the Casper nor the Endy outperforms the other on this front. The edge support on both mattresses is about average and, unless this is an important feature to you, most people won’t have any complaints.
Memory foam uses body heat to contour to the shape of the body, which is what makes it so popular with sleepers. Some foams, however, retain this heat which can affect sleep temperature and make some people feel hot during the night.
Innovative mattress brands have developed foams which give you the best of memory foam without the heat. Both Casper and Endy mattresses feature their own, open-cell foam. With air able to move more freely through the mattress, the likelihood of getting hot is reduced. That said, neither mattress is notably cooling. On both, most sleepers will experience the mattress to be temperature neutral. Unless you are a true hot sleeper, these cooling abilities should suffice to keep you comfortable.
MATTRESS TEMPERATURE SCALE
|Cool||Medium Cool||Medium||Medium Warm||Warm|
Durability and longevity
Foam can be something of a wild card material when it comes to durability, with a number of factors affecting the rate of wear and tear. Endy and Casper are two all-foam mattress brands where their focus on quality means you get extended use out of a single mattress. This is usually within the average lifespan of a mattress – around seven years.
A look through customer comments confirmed that no two people are guaranteed the same experience around durability. While both companies had many positive reviews, a few customers reported sagging and loss of support of their Endy within the first few years, which fell short of their expectations. Some Casper customers reported sagging, curling of the sides and indentations. This is something to keep in mind from the outset to avoid disappointment down the line.
Both Casper and Endy offer in-house bedframes to add to your mattress purchase. If you would like to use your existing bedframe, keep the following points in mind. Casper suggests avoiding a box frame with their mattresses. They recommend an adjustable frame, solid platform base, or slatted bedframe with 1.5-inch slats which are spaced no more than four inches apart.
Endy, on the other hand, recommends using a box spring or slatted bedframe (with slats spaced no further than three inches apart) with their mattress. They suggest you stay away from solid platform frames or putting your mattress on the floor mainly for purposes of breathability, as airflow will help with the overall cooling performance of the bed.
Endy vs Casper: Price and size comparison
Endy and Casper are both affordable mattresses. No matter which mattress you choose, you are getting great value for your money with beds made to a high standard. However, Endy is cheaper than Casper if you are working with a very strict budget.
- Casper Original
38″ × 75″
38″ × 80″
53″ × 75″
60″ × 80″
76″ × 80″
72″ × 84″
39″ × 75″
39″ × 80″
54″ × 75″
60″ × 80″
76″ × 80″
72″ × 84″
Final verdict: Which mattress do we recommend?
With so few differences between these mattresses, your final choice will come down to a few pivotal questions.
- Are you looking for a bed in America? Then Casper will be your only choice.
- If you are in Canada and you have landed on Casper and Endy as your final selection, are you shopping on a budget? If dollars are going to dictate which mattress to choose, Endy is more affordable than Casper.
- If the price tag doesn’t matter, do you have needs around support and pressure relief? The zoned construction of the Casper Mattress gives added, targeted support and extra pressure relief through the design of the mattress. If you have special needs around support or pressure relief, the Casper may be the best choice between the two.
Endy and Casper are remarkably similar mattresses in terms of performance. The zoned construction of the Casper Mattress gives it a slight upper hand.
The cover on the Endy Mattress is removable and can be machine washed. You can also spot cleaned. The mattress itself will need to be air dried.
Casper Mattresses are made in the United States.
Yes. The zoned layer of the Casper Mattress means it is soft under hips and shoulders and pressure relieving for side sleepers.
No. The foams used in the Casper Mattress are all CertiPUR-US certified, which means the mattress is free from hazardous components.
Memory foams tend to sag over time. Endy uses high-quality foams in their beds, so most people can expect their mattresses to last up to seven years before sagging occurs.