Between the Leesa mattress and the Helix mattress, which one is better?
Got your eye on cozy bed-in-a-box mattresses like Leesa and Helix? Deciding which bed is the best mattress for your needs can be as easy as looking at them side by side. In this comparison guide, we do just that. Watch Leesa and Helix go head to head and decide for yourself who the winner is.
Foam blend mattress that's ideal for the average sleeper
Medium firm: 6/10
10-year limited warranty
Customizable hybrid mattress great for couples and all sleep styles
Customizable: Varies based on selection
Hybrid: foam combo with microcoils
10-year limited warranty
The thickness and dimensions of the Leesa and Helix mattresses are identical for each mattress size, full being the only exception.
|Twin||39” x 75”||39” x 75”|
|Twin XL||39” x 80”||39” x 80”|
|Full||53” x 75”||54” x 75”|
|Queen||60” x 80”||60” x 80”|
|King||76” x 80”||76” x 80”|
|California King||72” x 84”||72” x 84”|
Learn more about mattress sizes.
Along with the sizes, the price difference between the Leesa and Helix mattresses is minuscule. The biggest difference comes with the king sizes.
Remember that the listed prices are standard offerings from the brand without discounts or our exclusive Mattress Advisor deals. View our mattress deals page to get the best discounts and coupon codes on your favorite brands.
The Leesa’s design of three foam layers offers good airflow, contouring pressure relief, support, and durability.
The Helix Midnight mattress has the same base construction as all the Helix mattresses, with a Helix Memory Foam comfort layer. Take a look inside:
Check out how each mattress did in our lab testing.
|Motion Transfer Test||9||9|
|Edge Support Test||8.5||9|
|Pressure Relief Test||8.5||8|
|Spinal Alignment Test||9||8.25|
|Customer Service Score||9||9|
|Social Impact Score||10||5|
When it comes to Leesa vs. Helix, Leesa scored higher in our overall tests and evaluations with a 9.3/10 compared to Helix’s 8.9/10. However, Helix may be the choice for your sleep preferences.
Leesa is the better option if you are a combination sleeper who cares about the social impact of the brand you’re buying from as well as customer ratings. Helix is for you if you want a mattress tailored to your exact needs that sleeps a bit cooler. Both Leesa and Helix offer a 100-night sleep trial and a 10-year warranty, so there is no risk going with either of these great mattresses.
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