Bed In A Box Canada – What Are Your Options?
Bed In A Box Canada: you’ve got a ton of options in your busy and competitive market. As a buyer, how are you meant to distinguish one brand from another? With all promising generous sleep trials, the same warranties, and all for very similar prices, how are you meant to choose? They can’t all give you “the best sleep in Canada”, can they?
In this article I want to introduce you to some of the main beds in boxes you can buy in Canada. We’ll run through each brand and look at:
- Is the mattress made in Canada?
- Mattress construction
- Mattress feel
I’ll also give you a very quick overview of some of the budget mattress in a box options available on Amazon Canada, as there’s quite a few to get your head around.
Scroll to the bottom to find out which is my pick of the bed in a box Canada options and why.
The GoodMorning.Com Brands
GoodMorning.Com has been creating memory foam mattresses since 2009. Constantly creating and innovating, this Canadian brand now has seven mattresses available for Canadian customers. They are all made in Canada and offer something to suit everyone. Here’s what Good Morning brings to the Bed In A Box Canada market:
- Juno (Value Mattress): Two layers of foam, medium feel, priced from $249
- Douglas (Cooling Gel Foam): Three layers of foam, medium feel, priced from $599
- Brunswick (Classic Spring Comfort): Eurotop design with two foam layers and pocket coils, medium feel, priced from $599
- Logan & Cove (Luxury Hybrid Pillow Top): Luxury cover and pillow top with multiple foam layers and pocket coils,choose medium plush or luxury firm, priced from $799
- Recore (Performance Latex): Three foam layers including latex in the top layer, designed for performance, priced from $649
- Novosbed (Premium Memory Foam): Three layers of foam (similar to Douglas) choose soft, medium or firm (and free comfort adjustments), priced from $799
- Apollo (Copper Hybrid): Multiple foam layers with a middle layer of micro-coils, medium feel, priced from $949
You can see that each mattress offers something different than the others. To me, the standouts from the Good Morning collection are the Recore with its latex layer and highly technical cover and the Apollo with its high quality, high density foams and the middle layer of micro-coils. I’ve never seen micro-coils put on top of a foam base, I know they feel great on a coil base so I find this one really unique.
If I was going to buy a bed in a box from GoodMorning.Com, the Apollo would be my choice (mainly because I’m curious). If you want to buy a Good Morning mattress and are a bit unsure about your options, go with Novosbed, as that’s the one that allows you the free comfort adjustments.
Silk And Snow
Silk and Snow is an American company who sell their mattresses in both the US and Canada. All Silk and Snow mattresses sold in Canada are made in Canada.
The distinguishing features of Silk and Snow are the high density (= better quality) memory foam they use in their comfort layers of their mattresses, and also the fact that you can choose if you want your mattress as all foam or as a hybrid. Many companies hide the densities of their foams as “intellectual property”, but Silk and Snow proudly display them with great transparency.
Both mattresses have two layers of comfort foams under the antimicrobial cover, then your choice of foam or coil support. All foam models are priced from $800 and the hybrid is priced from $850.
Endy is a Canadian owned and made brand that offers one all foam mattress.
It has the typical three foam layers you’d expect from an all foam mattress in a box, but an important feature of Endy is that the top layer of foam is temperature neutral. This means it won’t harden up during a cold winter’s night.
Endy is a popular choice, and was voted one of the most trusted mattress in a box brands in Canada by Bright Spark in 2019.
Endy mattresses are priced from $675.
Fleep is another Canadian owned and made brand that offers one all foam mattress. Like Endy, they tell you straight up about the foam densities inside their mattress, and it looks like great quality to me.
The Fleep difference is that it has a four layer construction, and you can flip the mattress to change the feel. One side is softer and the other is firmer. This is perfect if you’re unsure what firmness level you’d like and don’t want to worry about exchanging or returning a mattress that wasn’t right for you.
Fleep mattresses are priced from $699.
Puffy is one of the biggest mattress in a box retailers in America, and recently brought their popular mattresses to Canada. The mattresses they sell in Canada are also made in Canada, especially for their Canadian customers.
Puffy make a range of memory foam mattresses: a basic model, a “Lux” model, and the “Royal”, their most feature packed mattress. Only the basic Puffy and the Puffy Lux are available in Canada at the moment.
Puffy sets themselves apart from others in the market by offering an unbeatable lifetime warranty on their mattresses. Puffy prices start from $1045, but Puffy regularly offer deep discounts so you’ll never actually pay that full price.
If you want to know more about Puffy in Canada, I have more details here.
If you’re looking for a budget priced mattress in a box, Amazon Canada has some brands that offer comfortable mattresses at low price points. These are typically all foam mattresses, and the most popular and best rated brands include
- Zinus (especially their green tea infused memory foam mattresses)
- Linenspa (who also make great mattress toppers)
- Classic Brands (who make a luxurious 14 inch high budget priced foam mattress)
While you may be able to pick up a Queen or King size mattress for around $300-400 on Amazon, the mattresses above are all made in China and do not come with any sleep trial.
At this price point, I recommend you look at your GoodMorning.Com options above and consider the Juno instead: the Juno is made in Canada and has a 120 night sleep trial, which is pretty much unheard of in the budget price category.
There are some beds in boxes that are made in Canada on Amazon.Ca, these include:
- Endy (who we talked about above. They also sell on Amazon)
So, What’s The Pick Of The Bunch?
So which of these mattresses do I think is best? Here’s my final choices:
- Best Budget Option: Juno by GoodMorning.Com
- Best Firmness Options: Fleep (the flippable mattress above)
- Best Overall: Apollo by GoodMorning.Com
Are you a Canadian who has bought a mattress in a box? I’d love to hear your experiences, leave me a comment!